Eric Girard

Eric Girard
High School Chemistry
55 Lessons
A B Shepard High School (campus)
Palos Heights, IL
Student Environment:
Suburban
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Introduction to High School Chemistry: Prior Knowledge of Matter.
 
Big Idea: Students perform a matter webquest recalling middle school chemistry concepts.
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Introduction to the Atomic Structure
 
Big Idea: Let's take a journey from deep space into the smallest part of all matter-the atom.
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Modeling the Atomic Structure
 
Big Idea: Students model the structure of an atom using an guided inquiry investigation.
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Atomic Math
 
Big Idea: Students will practice determining what an atom's mass is in relation to number and type of subatomic particles.
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The Atomic Theory and Rutherford’s Experiment
 
Big Idea: Learn how scientists determined the size and charges of subatomic particles by modeling Rutherford's Gold Foil Experiment.
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Bohr's Model and Valence Electrons
 
Big Idea: Rutherford's experiment illustrates the nature of science and reveals the structure of the atom.
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Day 1:  Colors of the Rainbow
 
Big Idea: The Bohr model illustrates the presence of electrons which can be demonstrated by the different colors various metal salts produce in flame tests.
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Day 2:  Colors of the Rainbow
 
Big Idea: Students connect knowledge about electrons and atomic structure to how fireworks get their brilliant colors!
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Day 1:  Introduction to Coulombic Attraction
 
Big Idea: As the distance between protons and electrons increases, the attractive forces decrease.
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Day 2:  Introduction to Coulombic Attraction
 
Big Idea: Attractive forces in different elements' atoms vary in a periodic fashion within groups and rows on the periodic table.
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Summary of the Atom
 
Big Idea: Students get out of their seats to review atomic structure in an engaging way!
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