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Forever Alexander Arrangement of Elements 3D Periodic Table Model Randomized to Organized Lesson |
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Equipment to cut data boxes apart and clear tape will be required.
Boxes will be cut apart by students and assembled in most obvious order (which we expect will be oxidation or atomic number) and taped together. Then, using the secondary set of information in the databoxes, the result of the primary sequence must be assembled with the new relationship without altering the first. |
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Jumbled Top Seventeen Element Data Boxes With Atomic Numbers |
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If you can't drag this image to a graphics app - like Photoshop - click on it to go to the image alone and try there, any size that you like. If nothing works, email me to send you the graphic.Students faced with figuring the most obvious order of these element boxes have the option of using either the atomic or oxidation numbers. The boxes for Argon and Potassium, where the oxidation numbers are reversed from the proper order (becoming evident in the secondary connection), plus the following element, Calcium, are not included, removing the necessity for discussing pair reversals at this time, and doing this hands-on element arrangement exercise with the atomic numbers makes this the lowest tier of the four jumbled elements options. |
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Typical first steps: take apart,
put number sequence in order. |
Figuring out how to
keep the fraction order intact. |
It ain't pretty, but the plus/minus
numbers are PERIODIC! |
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last update 4/1/14 |