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  1. LESSON 1

  2. SMASH THE SYMBOLS! By putting the chemical symbols of the following elements together, can you work out the word they form? Hydrogen  Aluminium  Oxygen AN ANGEL A useful hint

  3. Welcome To……SMASH THE SYMBOLS!!!!

  4. SMASH THE SYMBOLS! Can you do it without the Periodic Table? Cobalt  Lithium  Nitrogen A MANS NAME

  5. SMASH THE SYMBOLS! Can you do it without the Periodic Table? Iron  Nitrogen  Cerium IN THEGARDEN

  6. SMASH THE SYMBOLS! Can you do it without the Periodic Table? Potassium  Oxygen  Phosphorus LIVERPOOL F.C

  7. SMASH THE SYMBOLS! Can you do it without the Periodic Table? Argon  Selenium  Nickel  Carbon POISON

  8. SMASH THE SYMBOLS! YOUR TURN!! Can you make up words using the chemical symbols? Maybe? • Your name (first or surname) • A friend’s name • A place

  9. Lesson objectives ALL: WILL know the chemical symbols of the common elements (level 5) MOST: WILL be able to define an element and spot elements from their symbols or names (level 6) SOME: WILL understand the difference between an element and an alloy (level 7)

  10. CATCHPHRASE Can you work out what this is showing? W R D W O R D

  11. CROSSWORD

  12. Prizes for the first 3 to finish!

  13. Periodic Table Crossword You need two colours: • In the first colour, try to fill in as many elements as you can without using the Periodic Table • Once you can’t do anymore, use your second colour to fill in the rest using your Table

  14. GOLD! The GOLD medal contains gold atoms only as it is an ELEMENT

  15. SILVER! The SILVER medal contains silver atoms only as it is an ELEMENT

  16. “A simple substance that only contains one TYPE of atom” WORDS ELEMENT

  17. BRONZE! The BRONZE medal contains mainly copper atoms but also tin atoms!!! Therefore it is not an ELEMENT

  18. What is it if it contains a mixture of metals….. So if bronze is not an element…..

  19. “A mixture of metals” WORDS ALLOY

  20. Lesson objectivesHave we hit any yet? ALL: WILL know the chemical symbols of the common elements (level 5) MOST: WILL be able to define an element and spot elements from their symbols or names (level 6) SOME: WILL understand the difference between an element and an alloy (level 7)

  21. A THINKER!! What comes next in the sequence? 4 – 8 – 16 – 20 – 40 – 44 - ?

  22. TWO FAT LADIES 88

  23. Competition Time

  24. ELEMENTS BINGOFirst to get • A line (in any direction) • Two lines (in any direction) • A FULL HOUSE

  25. It’s 4

  26. Element needed in the diet for healthy bones and teeth

  27. EIGHT Calcium

  28. Element with the chemical symbol Mg

  29. EIGHT Magnesium

  30. The lightest element in the Periodic Table

  31. EIGHT Hydrogen

  32. Element with the chemical symbol Sn

  33. EIGHT Tin

  34. Element which is magnetic

  35. EIGHT Iron

  36. Element which makes up 78% of the Earth’s atmosphere

  37. EIGHT Nitrogen

  38. Element with the chemical symbol Au

  39. EIGHT Gold

  40. Element used in computer chips

  41. EIGHT Silicon

  42. Element that is lighter than air

  43. EIGHT Helium

  44. Element with the chemical symbol Zn

  45. EIGHT Zinc

  46. Element used in saucepans and wires as it is a good conductor

  47. EIGHT Copper

  48. Element that joins with oxygen to form the gas which is the major cause of global warming

  49. EIGHT Carbon

  50. Element that is added to swimming pools to kill bacteria