Periodic table electronic structure Handout

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<p>This periodic table shows the first 20 elements in the periodic table. Empty electron shells have been drawn for each of the elements. students complete the sheet by drawing in the electrons.</p>

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July 2016
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June 2012
Not hands-on in my opinion, but a great way to show the correlation between periods and energy levels. Also, a great way to introduce Lewis dot diagrams: &quot;just cover up the inner electrons&quot;. I like how there&#39;s room for the student to draw their own diagrams for the lower p-block elements. It allows them to identify trends and predict configurations.
June 2012
Good hands-on practice for learning atomic structure.
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June 2012
Really useful but what about the nuclei?
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January 2012
Thanks, just what I need today!
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October 2011
Thanks a lot, would have taken me ages to do.
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September 2011
This looks great, just what I needed for my next lesson! Thanks
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September 2011
Really useful, thankyou.
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September 2011
Great resource. Shows link between electronic structure and position in the periodic table really well. Thanks
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September 2011
This looks great. Thanks!
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September 2011
This is an excellent worksheet - it helps students to understand better the patterns in the Periodic table. Thanks!
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July 2011
Fantastic!