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Periodic table

Targets: Green = G, Blue = B, Purple = P.

Content

TAG

Page Number

Identify features of the periodic table and describe how it is organised.

B

2.5.1

Navigate the periodic table and identify some of the elements.

P

2.5.1

Use data to predict the reactivity and position of metals within the periodic table.

P

2.5.2

Describe the pattern in reactions of Group 1 metals.

G

2.5.2

Describe the physical properties of Group 1 metals.

G

2.5.2

Relate the properties of the alkali metals to the number of electrons in their outer shell

B

2.5.2

Explain why the periodic table is useful.

P

2.5.1

Identify and name elements in group 7

G

2.5.3

Describe the pattern in reactions of the halogens.

G

2.5.3

Construct word equations for the reaction of group 7 with group 1

B

2.5.3

Construct symbol equations for the reaction of group 7 with group 1

P

2.5.3

Identify and name the noble gases

G

2.5.3

Describe the un-reactivity of the noble gases

G

2.5.3

Explain how the properties of group 0 depend on the outer shell of electrons of their atoms

B

2.5.3

Predict and explain the trend in boiling point of the noble gases

P

2.5.3

Sort elements using chemical data and relate this to their position in the periodic table.

G

2.5.1

Use data to predict the reactivity and position of non-metals within the periodic table.

P

2.5.3

Describe what a polymer is, using examples.

G

2.5.7

Compare the properties of elements with the properties of the compounds that they form.

P

2.5.6

Describe what is meant by ceramic and composite, using examples.

G

2.5.8

Explain how the properties of ceramics and composites relate to their function.

B

2.5.8

Explain how the properties of polymers relate to their function.

P

2.5.8

 



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