While making the trading cards, we learned the key concepts about each of the major discoveries of the atomic models and theories. It was quite easy for some and straight to the point. Some scientists that studied about the atomic theories had too much background information so we had a difficult time to find what we wanted.
The trading cards are full of knowledge, you can become smart by trading them.They were easy but we got a lot of knowledge out of them.
The timeline is a great idea because we learn who and when something is discovered. I think this is going great because we are all working equally and learning new things
We as a group thought this project was a fun project and we really enjoyed it. We could improve on using our time in a wiser fashion. Some of the pros in having an iPad to work with were that it helped us maximize efficiency and the formatting was good. Some cons in working with the iPads were our work deleted a couple times and we had to restart. Overall we think the iPads were a fun experience. It worked really well with this project.
A day without Juan's waffles is like a day without sunshine!
Our group was able to make our trading cards without many problems. Making a shared folder to keep all of our work together caused a few difficulties, but it was all worked out. Using the Pages app was a little difficult, because the app is just generally not easy to use. It's hard to move text boxes and pictures. Despite these challenges, we completed the work efficiently. We think that this project helped us understand more about atomic models, and felt very independent.
We thought that this project was pretty easy and we had very few difficulties except when a couple or our group members were away. It was a good projec to learn from. This project was an eye opener. It was interesting to learn what all these people were known for and how they kept improving on each other's models.
We as a group thought this project was pretty easy. We found a lot of information and learned about the models. The everything science website was very good and helpful.
The assignment was pretty easy because you could easily distribute the work. The information was also easy to find due to the link on the website but also other sources of I formation.
It went really well, we worked well as a group.The website helped a lot! It was a little difficult at the beginning when some of our group wasn't there but other than that it was fairly easy.
It went really well we worked well as a group
Our first class went very well! We split the work evenly and we are almost done our rough copies on our trading cards. We have begun to have a basic understanding on the atomic models. At first, the assignment seemed a little difficult, but we helped each other out a lot.
We worked well together and could easily divide the work between the four of us. We learned that every idea of the atomic models promoted the next idea. Some of the models had some errors which were fixed by the next model.
This assignment was fairly easy at the end but at the beginning we didn't know what to put on trading card and was hard to understand. Our group worked well together and the website link was helpful and easy to understand and learn from.
The assignment where we had to make models from nature was quite easy. We are one step closer to fully understanding the different atomic models.
Our first class was a little slow... But by the second class we all understood the concepts of the Atom and we worked very well together. We learnt a lot through the assignments. ;)
The timeline taught us about the progress of scientists' discoveries over the years. It was interesting learning about where their discoveries fit in.
The nature models were lots of fun to do, it was very easy and creative. We now know what all the models look like and it is now easy to remember.
Creating the models out of nature made us notice the differences in the models even more so. We learned about Bohr and how he used radiation waves. Einstein used math to predict where the electrons are in their orbit. These projects have been very beneficial for our learning and we are very thankful for this educational class.
Making the modals out of nature helps more because we made it our selfs in our own way to understand the theory. We learnt that Rutherford was a student of professor J.J Thomson. Also we learned that dolton studied red and green color blindness
The nature atomic models worked out well. One thing that wasn't that great was how it was really cold outside. So ya, bye bye
For the timetable it took a long time for research. It also takes a lot of time to put it on the timeline.
The timeline took a little bit of time to research, but it helped us learn more about the scientists.
This assignment was a great way to learn about all the people and how they all fit together.
Sven researched the Dalton model. His model indicated that everything was made of atoms. Tony researched j.j Thompson's model which brought fourth the electrons. Tabea did the Rutherford model with the nucleus. Then came Andre with Bohr's model of the atom with electrons orbiting at different wavelengths. The fifth we did together of Einstein who discovered the atomic number which is the same as the proton and sorted the Periodic table.
This project was very interactive
We finished it In a short time, with only three people here today. It was really easy and fun to build the atoms out of wood and tape.
It went pretty well form everyone.everybody finished on time and did their job very nicely. It was pretty easy.
When we did the trading cards we learned about one person in spcific not really knowing anything about the other scientists.
The trading cards project went fine, but the pages app was a little bit difficult to use. There could have been more detail on what to put on the trading cards, but in the end they all turned out fine. The Woolly Mammoths worked together very well, and we refuse to be called anything but the Woolly Mammoths from this point on.
We learnt about five important people, which we didn't know about. They found out about the atomic model and it was fun to learn about it.
the atomic model table was a good activity to bring as together as a group and to discuss all the scientists and what we know about them, and to learn the important details about each one of the scientists.
After we got the hang of it, it was actually easier. We could learn and see who did what.
We needed a little bit more time to work on it. We also had to do a lot of research to complete it. And we also learned a lot from that activity(most of us did)
The commercial went well. The app iMovie was very easy to work, the commercial was simple to create.
We found out when some important discoveries happened about the atomic model and when these scientists lived.
The timeline showed us in detail about when and what each scientists did. It also showed what each scientist did the same and different on on piece.
Even tho it was pretty basic, it still looked good.It was pretty easy and we also had to do some research to finish it. Surprisingly it was actually fun. And if we had a bit more school time, that would be great.(get it?)
The table of atomic models was a very time consuming project, but it was great. The instructions were clear, and we knew exactly what to do. We worked together well, and pooling our information was a good strategy that sped up the process.
We weren't quite sure what to write down for the information but after we decided it went fairly smooth.
It was difficult to find Einstein's atomic theory, other then that the atomic table went well.
This project was actually the hardest do to. For some reason the questions were really hard to for the last project. Other than that we had no problem.
Rianna researched Dalton and discovered that Dalton found out that all matter is made of atoms. Aleah researched Thompson and found out that he discovered electrons and realized that atoms were made of smaller particles. Jason researched Rutherford's discovery about a positively charged core called the nucleus that was surrounded by negatively charged electrons orbiting around the nucleus like a mini solar system. Christina researched Bohr and how he proposed that electrons could only orbit at different energy levels around the nucleus.
In this unit we learned which scientists discovered what, and also we learned about the structure of an atom was.
We learned that 3 of the scientists were living at the same time. We also learned that each scientist built theirs off of what they saw from the previous model of the other scientist. Angelina researched Dalton and learned that he discovered that elements are made up of small particles called atoms. Ben researched Thompson and found out that he was famous enough for the plum pudding model. Destiny searched Rutherford and learned that he was famous for his gold voyal experiment. I (Chloe) researched Bohr and learned that electrons should move around the nucleus but only in certain orbits.
It took a little longer to complete, but we managed. It was especially hard to find the information about Einstein. But we worked together to get it done.
the timeline took a little longer to make because we found it harder to find information about Einstein, Chadwick, Schrodinger and Heisenberg.
when researching for the table we already had a lot of the information but the information we didn't have was harder to find.
The last two projects were pretty easy.
Of the eight metals we learned about (Zinc, nickel, copper, lead aluminum, lithium, sodium, potassium) only three had reactivity with water lithium, sodium and potassium. Lithium had quite high malleability and danced around the while making many bubbles when it touched water, sodium had a high malleability as well and mad lots of smoke when it touched the water and potassium made lots of Sparks and fire.
We learnt about new people like Born,Heisenberg,Schrodinger,Einstein,Chadwick. There are so many people involved with the discoveries of the atomic model.
We learned about the atomic models and how they were discovered,how they were changed over the years
The trading cards were easy and useful because we learned the important facts of the five atomic models we researched. Another assignment was the table which helped us learn more about the atomic models. All around everyone had fun. The iPads and laptops helped a lot.
We learned about the atomic model and how to work as a group and how to models were discovered
We learned a lot while making the atomic models. We learned about all of them and we worked well as a group. We were all busy most of the time and knew what we were doing
We learn how the atoms were discovered and how each scientist discribed it in a different way
We learned how the atoms were discovered and theorized by different people, which caused a huge burst of knowledge within us.
The projects were a fun, easy and fast way of learning about the atoms. We now know more about atoms than we thought we would ever know making all of us smarter human beings, out to change the world.
The projects of the five atomic models were easy to learn, fun, and interesting. Our group learned a lot of the five different atomic models, by doing the assignments that were required.
This project was a fun hands on project where we learned quite a bit. I personally memorized a lot more than I thought I could in such a short time.
We had a little trouble finding quotes for specific people on the trading cards, but other then that it was easy and good to learn from. We learned what the difference between specific models are and who made them.
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[B] Atomic Structure
[C] The Periodic Table
[D] Property Changes