Periodic Table of Elements

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Periodic Table of Elements by Mind Map: Periodic Table of Elements

1. Elements

1.1. Atomic Number

1.1.1. Top of element

1.1.2. Number of protons

1.1.3. Number of electrons

1.1.4. Organized by increasing atomic number

1.2. Atomic Mass

1.2.1. Bottom of the element

1.2.2. Number of protons plus neutrons

1.3. Element Name

1.3.1. the most commonly used word for the element.

1.4. Element Symbol

1.4.1. Letter or letters appreciation

1.4.2. Example: K, H,Au

2. Organization

2.1. Groups

2.1.1. columns

2.1.2. #1-18

2.2. Periods

2.2.1. rows

2.2.2. #1-7

2.2.3. not similar properties

2.3. Families

2.3.1. columns

2.3.2. similar properties

2.3.3. specific names

2.3.3.1. Alkali Metal

2.3.3.2. Alkali Earth Metals

2.3.3.3. Transition Metals

2.3.3.4. Boron

2.3.3.5. Carbon

2.3.3.6. Nitrogen

2.3.3.7. Oxygen

2.3.3.8. Halogen

2.3.3.9. Noble Gas

3. What is it?

3.1. Element

3.1.1. Composed of one kind of atom

3.1.2. Cant be broken down

3.1.3. 118 elements known

3.2. Periodic table

3.2.1. Shows all the elements in the universe

3.2.2. Organized by chemical properties

4. Who did it?

4.1. Dmitri Mendeleev

5. Organization of course

5.1. Chunks- small segments

5.1.1. Introduction

5.1.2. How to read the periodic table

5.1.3. Organization

5.1.3.1. Families, groups, periods

5.1.4. Practice- interactive

5.1.5. How to read elements

5.1.5.1. atomic number, mass, element name, element symbol

5.1.6. Practice- interactive

5.1.7. Review

6. Interactive Components

6.1. Discussion

6.1.1. Canvas

6.2. Practice identification

6.2.1. Identify elements using period, group and family

6.2.2. Label element name, symbol, number and mass

6.3. Feedback

6.3.1. Provide guided feedback for answers.

6.3.2. Positive reinforcement

6.4. Drag and drop activities

6.5. Table of contents

7. Navigation

7.1. back and next

7.2. Links to outside resources

7.3. Click continue

8. Articulate

8.1. Studio 360

8.1.1. audio narration

8.1.2. quiz

8.1.3. table of contents

9. Assessment

9.1. Discussion

9.2. Quiz

9.3. Proper identification

10. Course topics

10.1. Periodic table

10.2. Elements

11. Course Objectives

11.1. Recognize elements by symbols

11.2. Label parts of an element

11.3. Identify elements by period, group and family

11.4. Understand organization of the periodic table