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Atomic Model, Structure and Notation – Lab Station Activity

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Grade 7, 8, 9, 10



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Atomic Model, Structure and Notation Lab Station Activity Engage students in learning atomic model, structure, and notation through this customizable lab station activity. Students move through various stations testing their knowledge about topics like atomic theory history, the Bohr-Rutherford atomic model, subatomic particles, calculating atomic mass/numbers, and more. Activities include drawing models, researching questions, writing explanations, watching videos, answering test questions, and even formulating their own questions. Recording sheets provided for students to document their work. Use this as an introductory or review lab activity in individual, small group, or whole class settings to bring interactive chemistry learning to life. Modifiable with answer keys. 7th-10th grade. Chemistry.

What's Included

1 zip file with:

-Applicability Reading

-Lab Station Cards

-Lab Station Passport

-Learn from the Expert

-Test Your Knowledge

-Additional Answer Keys

This lab activity covers:

- the creation of the atomic theory and model including the key scientists who helped shape it.

- the Bohr-Rutherford model of the atom.

- subatomic particles – location, mass and charge.

- atomic number.

- calculating atomic mass, number of protons, electrons and neutrons.

- atomic symbols.

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atomic model structure notation lab station simple atomic model

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