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Lesson Plan Bundle: History and Trends Within the Periodic Table

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This unit bundle is a fantastic collection of lessons that includes everything you need to help teach (and assess!) your students about the history of the Periodic Table and trends. Exit tickets are provided for a quick assessment before your students even leave your classroom. Specific emphasis is placed on the students explaining why each trend is observed. Topics are chunked for easier student understanding. Topics include: History of the periodic table, trends for atomic size, ionization energy, electronegativity, and ionic size, properties of metals and nonmetals, and common group names. Extremely helpful summaries are included!

This lesson plan bundle includes:

  • Warm Ups (4)
  • Guided Notes (4)
  • PowerPoints (4)
  • Student Homework Worksheets (4)
  • Exit Tickets (3)
  • Study Guide
  • Quiz
  • Unit Test
  • Google Drive™ Paperless Resources
  • Video Lectures
  • Pacing guide and lesson plans
  • Answer keys to everything!

All rights are reserved by the author. This product is for personal classroom use only and may not be redistributed or posted to any website or educational blog in part or in its entirety. Store Copyright © 2011 by Karen Randazzo (a.k.a. MsRazz ChemClass)

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  • Distribute and use these resources in your classroom

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