Collection: 05-Light & Electron Configuration

This is a growing bundle of Light & Electron Configuration resources. At this time, six of the seven lessons are completed. Each lesson includes student notes, detailed teacher notes, exit tickets, and homework. More resources will be coming. If you buy now, you will get all of the new resources for this unit for free. And finally, an editable unit study guide and editable unit test are included!

Lesson Objectives:

Describe the problem with Rutherford’s Model and how Bohr begins his quest to solve the problem.
Define electromagnetic radiation, and the electromagnetic spectrum
Read the electromagnetic spectrum stating the relationships between waves, frequency, and energy
Solve wavelength and frequency problems
Discuss the significance of the photoelectric effect, Planck, and Einstein’s work to the development of the atomic model.
Describe the dual wave-particle nature of light.
Describe line-emission spectrum, and its relationship to the development of Bohr’s model.
Discuss the development of Bohr’s atomic model, and problems with the model.
Discuss de Broglie’s role in the development of the quantum model of the atom.
Describe the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.
Explain how the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle and the Schrödinger wave equation led to the idea of atomic orbitals, and the quantum model.
Compare and contrast the Bohr model and the quantum model of the atom.
Relate the number of sublevels for each of an atom’s principle energy levels
Relate the number of orbitals per sublevel
Calculate the number of electrons possible per sublevel
Identify the three rules that govern electron configuration, and discuss each rule as related to electron placement
Write the orbital notation for select elements at ground state.
Determine the total number of electrons needed to fully occupy each main energy level
Determine the electron configuration for elements using orbital notation and the periodic table
Represent an element by orbital notation, modified Bohr’s Model, and electron configuration.
Write the noble gas configuration for sample elements.
Determine the element by reading its noble gas configuration.
Discuss exceptions to the natural expected configuration. (honors)
Write electron configuration for ions. (honors)
Write electron configuration for f-block elements. (honors)
Write electron configuration for d-block elements. (honors) 

Prior Knowledge:

Basic history of the development of the atomic model (at least through Rutherford)

Products Included in this MEGA Bundle (at this time)

Light & the Atomic Model Mini Unit (3 lessons)
Electron Configuration: Orbitals & Orbital Notation
Electron Configuration: Writing Electron Configuration
Electron Configuration: Noble Gas & Ion Configuration
Electron Configuration: Unit Group Study Guide
Unit test- Standard
Unit test- Honors

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This lesson is appropriate for grades 9-12 chemistry

This will be a unit you will want to use year after year!

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