Science & Nature
Exploring the Periodic Table of Elements
During this quick-moving course, students will learn about the periodic table of elements (structure, function, and content--to name a few).
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Once per week
over 5 weeks
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per learner - per class
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Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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The Periodic Table combines various elements of chemistry. Students will not only learn about the table itself, but will get a quality review of the atom--structure, function, size, etc. I will use diagrams and a few different Periodic Tables throughout this course. The parts, see below, may overlap from one day/week to the next. Part 1: Introduction --The history of its development --What general things do we find on the table?--Brainstorming session with students participating --Settling...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn about the key components of the Periodic Table of Elements. They will be able to identify the different things that are typically found on the Periodic Table such as: name, symbol, atomic number, atomic mass, group, period, and family. Students will apply this knowledge in order to draw atom diagrams, identify families, and ultimately identify patterns of why/how atoms react the ways they do.
My favorite all-time teacher was my tenth grade Honors Chemistry teacher. I was already interested in science, but he laid the foundation for the courses I took in college. After I finished with my BS in Biology and my Chemistry minor, I became a science teacher. I taught the ins and outs of the periodic table and the changes (additions) they have made over time. The basics that Mr. Russell taught me all those years ago are the same ones I remember today. I look forward to building a strong foundation with your child.
-I'll offer some online HW, for practice only
I will provide various pdfs of the periodic table, but before class begins, please print one. Crayons or colored pencils may be used. A pencil and notebook for taking and keeping notes may help (although, the back of a printed Periodic Table works best). Hand-held calculator
--Nearpod.com quiz --Google Quiz --Jeopardy/Kahoot (last class)
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
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55 total reviews
32 completed classes
I help others gain confidence through engaging in activities tailored to meet their needs. I provide support in academic subjects, but my true passion is to enhance a student's study skills and personal growth (which includes goal-setting). With...