I Can Statements For UNIT 2
I can explain how the atomic theory has changed as scientists have discovered new information about the atom.
I can describe some of the experiments that led to the current atomic model.
I can calculate the particles of an element’s atoms (protons, neutrons, and electrons) using a periodic table.
I can describe the mass, location, and charge of atom particles (protons, neutrons, and electrons).
I can calculate the average atomic mass of an element.
I can describe how elements are arranged on the periodic table.
I can predict the properties of unknown elements by using the patterns that exist on the periodic table.
I can explain why elements in the same group share similar properties.
I can describe the patterns on the periodic table and explain why they occur.
I can describe chemical bonding.
I can identify the number of valence electrons in an atom.
I can predict what type of bond elements are likely to form.
I can describe the properties associated with ionic, covalent, and metallic bonds.
I can diagram how ionic and covalent bonds form.
I can identify clues that a chemical reaction is taking place.
I can interpret chemical formulas.
I can identify the parts (coefficients, subscripts, products, reactants, and yields) of a chemical equation.
I can balance and recognize balanced chemical equations.
I can compare and contrast endothermic and exothermic reactions.
I can describe the factors that affect a chemical reaction.