Task Cards: Atomic Structure

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Task cards are a great way to help your students review for an upcoming assessment, practice the knowledge and skills learned in class, or inspire early finishers to think more deeply about content. Encourage metacognition and reflection through formative assessment using task cards.

This set of task cards will assess the following content associated with atomic structure: history of atomic theory, characteristics of subatomic particles, isotope notation, drawing models of the atom, ions, and atomic mass calculations.

This product includes:

  • Student answer sheet {Editable}
  • Task card template {Editable}
  • 24 Task cards (7 atomic mass, 7 isotopes, 7 ions, 3 atomic theory)
  • Answer keys
  • QR code answer keys (For easy student access!)

Improve student autonomy using task cards. Your students will be happy that you did!

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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  • Distribute to all students enrolled in your class

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