In this hands on activity, students will determine all of the components that are necessary in calculating a weighted average mass for an element. They will need to determine the percent in nature for each isotope, and then use the atomic mass to calculate the weighted average mass.
Now a day’s most of the people are suffering from genetic diseases. This info graphic depicts on various types of genetic disorders. Reports states that 60-70% individuals affected with Noonan syndrome.
This activity helps students understand the differences between elements, compounds, and mixtures. They classify sixteen cards into piles of elements, compounds, and mixtures. Then they complete their student activity worksheet to help show their thinking and further distinguish between elements, compounds, and mixtures. Each example card has both text and a picture, which is especially beneficial for ELL students. The pictures are all original artwork.