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CLIL Making models of matter, UNIT 1 ELEMENTS 3, LESSON 1 REAL OBJECTS MODELS AND DIAGRAMS 3. Activity 1 drawing diagrams 4, Activity 2 complete 5. Activity 3 Identify 5, Activity 4 the carbon atom is like a tetrahedron 8. Activity 5 comparing and building 9, Activity 6 building structures 10. Activity 7 physical appearance 10, Activity 8 classify in similarities and differences 11.
Activity 9 loop game 11, LESSON 2 LEARNING MORE ABOUT ELEMENTS 12. Activity 1 looking at diagrams and deducing properties 13. Activity 2 classify 15, Activity 3 a fact file card 15. Activity 4 students talking time and identifying 16. Activity 5 hot seat 16, Activity 6 remembering 17, Activity 7 a grid 18. Activity 8 doing a glossary 19, Activity 9 word search 20. LESSON 3 CHECKING AND SUMMARISING THE PERIODIC TABLE 21. Activity 1 checking 21, Activity 2 complete 22, Activity 3 memorising elements 23.
Activity 4 periodic table games 25, Activity 5 a game of the elements 25. Activity 6 the project 25, Maria Caballeria 1 IES Vilatzara. CLIL Making models of matter, UNIT 2 COMPOUNDS 27, LESSON 1 WATER ELECTROLYSIS 27. Activity 1 labelling 28, Activity 2 comparing diagrams and predicting 29. Activity 3 describing a picture on in at 31, Activity 4 preparing the experiment for water electrolysis of diagram 2 31.
Activity 5 do the experiment in the lab 32, Activity 6 describing and understanding 33. Activity 7 matching 33, Activity 8 multiple choice 34. Activity 9 students talking time 34, Activity 10 writing a lab report 35. Activity 11 fill the gaps with elements or compounds 36. Activity 12 classifying 36, Activity 13 thinking about compounds and elements 37. Activity 14 still more difficult 37, LESSON 2 PLAYING WITH MODELS 38.
Activity 1 the water electrolysis with models 38, Activity 2 a balanced symbol reaction with models 39. Activity 3 a performance of water electrolysis with students 39. LESSON 3 CARBON COMPOUNDS 40, Activity 1 building hydrocarbons 41. Activity 2 formulae 43, Activity 3 double and triple bounds 44. Activity 4 reading and understanding 45, Activity 5 mind map 46. Activity 6 a grid 47, Activity 7 journey assessment 48.
Maria Caballeria 2 IES Vilatzara, CLIL unit 1 ELEMENTS Making models of matter. Unit 1 Elements, LESSON 1 real objects models and diagrams. In science we use models to help us to understand how things are. Look at the pictures, Figure 1 this is an aircraft. From http en wikipedia org wiki Image, Figure 2 this is a model of an aircraft The model of an aircraft has the same shape. and can be 1000 times smaller and helps us understand what the aircraft looks like. From http i24 ebayimg com 03 s 08 58 65 5f 2 JPG, Figure 3 We represent the real aircraft or its model with a drawing called a diagram.
Maria Caballeria 3 IES Vilatzara, CLIL unit 1 ELEMENTS Making models of matter. Activity 1 drawing diagrams, Look at these pictures and choose one vehicle and then the amoeba Draw their. diagrams beside them, A model is similar to the real object in some ways it has the same shape it is 3 D. it contains similar features but usually it s made of plastic and is smaller or bigger than. the real object, Normally we represent it with a 2 D diagram. Maria Caballeria 4 IES Vilatzara, CLIL unit 1 ELEMENTS Making models of matter.
Activity 2 complete, What can you say about them, Complete the text with words from the list You can use the words more than once. Similar bigger smaller lighter faster heavier, The shape of a real car is to the model of car. The model of a car can be 100 times than the real car. The model of an amoeba can be 100 times than the real amoeba. The shape of a real amoeba is to the model of amoeba. The model of a ship can be 1 000 times than the real ship. The model of an aircraft can be 1 000 times than the real one. The real aircraft is than the model, The real aircraft is than the real car. Activity 3 Identify, Identify these diagrams, What s this. What s this, Maria Caballeria 5 IES Vilatzara, CLIL unit 1 ELEMENTS Making models of matter.
Everything is made from atoms including you, Atoms are tiny particles that we can t see even with a microscope Scientists have. detected them after a lot of experiments The model that represents an atom is a. sphere of plastic a ball and its diagram is a circle. This model represents a Hydrogen atom, Normally it is represented by a white plastic. This is the model of an Oxygen atom, This is the, model of the carbon atom. This diagram represents the Hydrogen atom It will be the same for. the carbon atom but in black and for the Oxygen it is red It can. represent a particle in general, This diagram represents a gas It s. formed by atoms but they do not, join up with each other.
Maria Caballeria 6 IES Vilatzara, CLIL unit 1 ELEMENTS Making models of matter. This diagram represents a solid The particles or, atoms are arranged in a regular way They are. packed closely together There are strong forces, holding the particles together This structure is. typical of metals, This diagram represents a glass with some. The particles can slide over one another, A substance that contains only one kind of atom is an element.
There are over a hundred different types of atoms and they are classified in the. periodic table Each element has a symbol of one or two letters. Look at this model, This model represents a carbon atom It has four places where you can join four sticks. Scientists use these models to indicate the chemical bond between these atoms. Normally the carbon atom is joined with four other atoms achieving a more stable. Every stick represents a chemical bond that is formed by the sharing of electrons. between atoms It s the covalent bond, Maria Caballeria 7 IES Vilatzara. CLIL unit 1 ELEMENTS Making models of matter, Activity 4 the carbon atom is like a tetrahedron. 1 Join the sticks to the C atom like the photography shows. 2 Draw a triangle joining the three points on the paper. 3 Tip the model onto its side draw around it to make the next triangle in the net and. repeat until you have four triangles, 4 Cut this figure from the paper and fold the paper on the red lines and you will obtain a. tetrahedron, 5 Put the model of the atom carbon inside and you ll see that it s in the centre of this.
The vertices are the directions where the chemical bond is formed. Maria Caballeria 8 IES Vilatzara, CLIL unit 1 ELEMENTS Making models of matter. Now look at these two diagrams Giant covalent structure of. Giant covalent structure of diamond, Activity 5 comparing and building. The first structure is carbon diamond and the second one is carbon graphite. What differences can you find Complete this table with the following words. layers longer length tetrahedral shape four equal three carbon atoms. Features C diamond C graphite, General structure Carbon atoms form four Carbon atoms form four. covalent bonds in a covalent bonds but, Number of chemical Each carbon atom is bonded Each carbon atom is bonded. bonds to to in an, carbon atoms hexagonal pattern in the.
same plain, lenght of chemical bonds All the bonds have the same The fourth bond. is than the, others and is established, between the layers. Maria Caballeria 9 IES Vilatzara, CLIL unit 1 ELEMENTS Making models of matter. Activity 6 building structures, Make the structure of carbon diamond with the models you have. Activity 7 physical appearance, Use the Internet to search for two photographs.
One of them of a diamond and the other of graphite and try to find the physical. properties of both Make a fact file card like this model. Photography and name Symbol, Carbon diamond, Physic state. Melting point, Carbon graphite Symbol, Physic state. Melting point, Look at the physical aspect of the diamond and graphite Can you find any similarities. and differences between them, Maria Caballeria 10 IES Vilatzara. CLIL unit 1 ELEMENTS Making models of matter, Activity 8 classify in similarities and differences.
Classify in similarities and differences, Both of them are formed by carbon atoms. Each one has a different structure, The carbon atoms form covalent bonds. As a consequence of the different giant, covalent structure they have different. appearance and different properties, They are elements. They have different colour, Both of them are solids.
They have different melting point, They are represented by the same symbol but with a. bottom specification, Similarities Differences, Activity 9 loop game. Maria Caballeria 11 IES Vilatzara, CLIL unit 1 ELEMENTS Making models of matter. LESSON 2 Learning more about elements, In some elements the atoms pair up. Oxygen is an element like this It is formed by two atoms This particle is called a. It can be represented by a formula O2, Symbol of element.
Number of atoms that forms the molecule, Molecules of Oxygen Hydrogen Nitrogen Fluorine Chlorine Bromine and Iodine. are diatomic, O2 H2 N2 F2 Cl2 Br2 I2, This is the model of an Oxygen. molecule It s diatomic because, is formed by two equal atoms. This is the model of a Hydrogen molecule It s diatomic because is formed by two. equal atoms, Helium and all the noble gases are monoatomic They are formed by a single atom. Maria Caballeria 12 IES Vilatzara, CLIL unit 1 ELEMENTS Making models of matter.
Activity 1 looking at diagrams and deducing properties. Look at this table, All of them are elements but they have different structures. Element Symbol diagram, Aluminium Al, Mercury Hg, Nitrogen N2. Carbon graphite C graphite, Carbon diamond C diamond. Maria Caballeria 13 IES Vilatzara, CLIL unit 1 ELEMENTS Making models of matter. Tick X the correct properties of all these elements. Properties Helium Oxygen Nitrogen Aluminium Mercury C graphite C diamond. without any, temperature, A solid at, temperature, A liquid at.
temperature, a metallic, Maria Caballeria 14 IES Vilatzara. CLIL unit 1 ELEMENTS Making models of matter Maria Caballeria IES Vilatzara 12 LESSON 2 Learning more about elements In some elements the atoms pair up Oxygen is an element like this It is formed by two atoms This particle is called a molecule It can be represented by a formula O 2 O2

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