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SF Year Seven First Week 2021

I've put this booklet together for the first distance learning week for year seven, it's all about atoms, elements and formula which is quite a universal topic, and one that is easier to teach remotely than others

teaching, teaching materials, science, chemistry, school, remote classes

Year Seven Science

4th to 8th January

In this pack you have all four live lessons!

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You need to log onto each live lesson and work on the pack, you can either print this off or work online.

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Lesson 1 - Elements

Learning Intention:

To be able recap key principles of investigations

Learning outcomes:

🥉 I will be able to define and describe elements

🥈 I will be able to identify elements in the periodic table

🥇 I will be able to analyse the amounts of elements in different substances

Fill in the blanks in the Frayer model below:

Use what you have learned about so far in order to complete the match up activity:

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Elements

Examples:

Non-Examples:

An element is a substance which cannot be broken down into any smaller substances

It is made up from only ___ type of ____

It is found on the _______ _____

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Element name

Element symbol

Element name

Element symbol

Uranium

Magnesium

K

Ne

Silver

Gold

Ga

Pb

Element name

Element symbol

Hydrogen

He

Nitrogen

C

Boron

Challenge:

Can you write your own name by using element symbols from the periodic table?

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What element in a human with the highest percentage in the body?

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What is the percentage of hydrogen in the body?

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What is the symbol for hydrogen?

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What is the symbol for oxygen?

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Name the element with the symbol Mg and say what percentage of your body is made from this?

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Challenge::

Name three elements that make up less than 1% of your body.

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What is the name of the compound that hydrogen and oxygen come together to form in your body?

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Find and fix the mistakes in the grid below:

The symbol for hydrogen is He

The most common element in your body is carbon

The symbol for Oxygen is O

COmpounds are found on the periodic table

Elements can be broken down

Elements are made up from one type of atom

Lesson 2 - Atoms

Learning Intention:

To be able select and draw the correct types of graphs

Learning outcomes:

🥉 I will be able to state what an atom is

🥈 I will be able to describe the three parts of an atom

🥇 I will be able to apply knowledge of atomic numbers

Starter: Try to write your name using only symbols from the periodic table, I’ve included an example below to help!

Label each of the particles onto the atom below:

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Particle

Charge

Location

Proton

Neutron

Electron

An ____ is the ________ part of an _______ which can exist.

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Which charge does a proton have?

▢ Positive ▢ Negative ▢ Neutral

Which charge does a neutron have?

▢ Positive ▢ Negative ▢ Neutral

Which particle has the lowest mass?

▢ Proton ▢ Electron ▢ Neutron

Which particle is not in the nucleus?

▢ Proton ▢ Electron ▢ Neutron

Which two particles are of the same number in an atom?

▢ Proton ▢ Electron ▢ Neutron

Which two particles are in the nucleus?

▢ Proton ▢ Electron ▢ Neutron

Which two particles have the same mass?

▢ Proton ▢ Electron ▢ Neutron

Which particle has a negative charge?

▢ Proton ▢ Electron ▢ Neutron

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Li

3

Relative atomic mass (protons + neutrons)

Atomic number (number of protons or number of electrons)

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Element

Symbol

Atomic Mass

Atomic Number

Hydrogen

H

Oxygen

O

Sodium

Na

Aluminium

Al

Uranium

U

Bromine

Br

Use the periodic table in order to find the atomic mass and the atomic number of each element below:

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________ = Relative atomic mass - atomic number

Protons = 3 (bottom number)

Electrons = 3 (bottom number)

Neutrons = 7 - 3

Neutrons = 4

40

Ca

20

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons = 40 - 20

Neutrons =

12

C

6

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons = 12 - 6

Neutrons =

27

Al

13

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons = 27 - 13

Neutrons =

23

Na

11

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons = 23 - 11

Neutrons =

4

He

2

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons = _ - _

Neutrons =

1

H

1

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons = _ - _

Neutrons =

11

B

5

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

20

Ne

10

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

59

Ni

28

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

65

Zn

30

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

9

Plenary: use the periodic table in order to crack the code below:

Lesson Three - Chemical formula

Learning Intention:

To be able apply knowledge of chemical formula

Learning outcomes:

🥉 I will be able to recap subatomic particles

🥈 I will be able to name different compounds

🥇 I will be able to state the number of each element in a compound

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11

70

Ga

31

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

55

Mn

25

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

20

Ne

10

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

19

F

9

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

45

Sc

21

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

31

P

15

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

80

Br

35

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

127

I

53

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

131

Xe

54

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

56

Fe

26

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

93

Nb

41

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

59

Co

27

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

24

Mg

12

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

79

Se

34

Protons =

Electrons =

Neutrons =

Neutrons =

12

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Name each compound below by applying the rules:

Symbol

The compound contains …

Name used in a compound

O

Oxygen

Oxide

S

Sulphur

Sulphide

N

Nitrogen

Nitride

Cl

Chlorine

Chloride

Br

Bromine

Bromide

I

Iodine

Iodide

Symbols

MgO

Elements

Name of compound

Symbols

MgCl2

Elements

Name of compound

Symbols

NaBr

Elements

Name of compound

Symbols

CaI2

Elements

Name of compound

Symbols

K2O

Elements

Name of compound

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State the numbers of each element within each compound below:

Name

Number of each atom

CO2

Carbon =

Oxygen =

H2O

Hydrogen =

Oxygen =

CH4

Carbon =

Hydrogen =

MgO

Magnesium =

Oxygen =

MgCl2

Magnesium =

Chlorine =

Na2O

Sodium =

Oxygen =

NaCl

Sodium =

Chlorine =

CaCl2

Calcium =

Chlorine =

K2O

Potassium =

Oxygen =

CaCo3

Calcium =

Carbon =

Oxygen =

NaOH

Sodium =

Oxygen =

Hydrogen =

C6H12O6

Carbon =

Hydrogen =

Oxygen =

Plenary: Match the key term to the definition and then to the picture:

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Lesson Four - Balancing Equations

Learning Intention:

To be able balance chemical equations

Learning outcomes:

🥉 I will be able to recap subatomic particles

🥈 I will be able to apply knowledge of chemical formula

🥇 I will be able to balance chemical equations

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Elements

Answer

RAG

What is the actual answer?

Define an element

What is the chemical symbol for sodium?

Which element has the chemical symbol of K?

Which element has the chemical symbol of Hg?

Atoms

Answer

RAG

What is the actual answer?

Which particle is located in shells around the nucleus?

Which particle has a negative charge?

Which particle has no charge?

How do we calculate the number of neutrons?

How science works

Answer

RAG

What is the actual answer?

What is a control variable?

What is an independent variable?

What is a dependent variable?

What is a dependent variable?

Use what you have learned last lesson in order to name each of the compounds below:

Formula

Number of each element

CH4

C = 1

H = 4

H2O

H =

O =

Al2O3

Al =

O =

NaOH

Na =

O =

H =

H2SO4

H =

S =

O =

2CO2

C =

O =

3C6H14

C =

H =

State how many of each element are present below:

1.

The small numbers only affect the element directly in front

H2O = 2 hydrogens, 1 oxygen

2.

The big number in front of a compound affects everything in that compound

2H2O = 4 hydrogens, 2 oxygen

3.

To balance an equation, you can only change the big numbers, not the small numbers after individual elements

4.

When you change a big number, you have to take into account all of the atoms that it changes

5.

The number of atoms on each side of the equation should be the same

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H2 + Cl2 → HCl

H

Cl

Mg + O2 → MgO

Mg

O

18

Na + O2 → Na2O

Na

O

H2SO4 + NaOH → Na2SO4 + H2O

H

S

O

Na

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SF Year Seven First Week 2021
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Published 21/01/2021, 17:47:55

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