Periodic Table Brochure Chapter 6 Set Up Fold paper into a 3 panel brochure Label Panels: Front: 1. Development of the Periodic Table 2. Reading the Periodic Table Inside: Metals, Metalloids, Non-Metals Back: Families, Periods 1
2 Title: Development of Periodic Table Summarize how Dmitri Mendeleev and Henry Mosely arranged their periodic tables. Highlight the terms physical and chemical Front 1
Fro nt 2 Title: Reading the Periodic Table Illustration: Draw one element square and label element name, chemical symbol, atomic number, atomic mass Write: Explain how to determine the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons from the
information in the element square Title: Metals List: Chemical and physical properties Research: Pick one element. Find out something interesting about it. Explain what you learned and why its interesting. Cite your source. Draw: Illustrate your research Location: Describe
where metals are located on the periodic table Inside Title: Metalloids List: Chemical and physical properties Research: (same as metals, but choose a metalloid element) Cite your source Draw: Illustrate your research Location: Describe
where metalloids are located on periodic table Title: Non-Metals List: Chemical and physical properties Research: (same as metals, but choose a nonmetal element) Cite your source Draw: Illustrate your research Location: Describe where non-metals
are located on the periodic table Example Back Title: Families/Groups Describe: What do family groups have in common Location: Describe how to identify families on the periodic table Illustrate: Draw an example of a family
Title: Periods Describe: What do periods have in common Location: Describe how to identify periods on the periodic table Illustrate: Draw an example of a period Example
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