On this site, key information about the chemical elements can be explored. It includes links to news, forums, blogs, and...
Mark Winter, University of Sheffield, UK
Student report(Power Point)on an element must include: when it was discovered and by whom, origin of its name, metal, non-metal, or metalloid, important uses, atomic number and mass, boiling and melting point, color and density, radioactive and non-radioactive isotopes, any additional interesting facts, and a bibliography.
Students will use technology to present reasearch project
Students will present Power Points to class - teacher uses rubric to check off requirements
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