ELEMENT BABY BOOK PROJECT PROCEDURE AND EXAMPLE CONGRATULATIONS! INTRODUCTION • In this project you will adopt an element from the periodic table. • As the proud new parent of your element, you will create a baby book to remember each stage of your element’s life. • This project is worth 100 points! • Some parts will be completed in class others done at home HOW AND WHEN? When: • Introduction: 11-6-14 • Class work: 11-7-14, 11-12-14, 11-13-14, 11-14-14 • Final Project due Date: Thursday 11-20-14 • Presentation (small group): 11-21-14 Time line: • Research, Cover Page, pg 1 – 11-7-14 • Page 2 & 3– 11-12-14 • Page 4 & 5 – 11-13-14 • Page 6 & 7 – 11-14-14 • Page 8 & final touches – Finish over weekend 11-15-14 PROCESS • Use the resources listed on your handout or google the element name. • avoid Wikipedia • During this process remember to include: • Color • Neatness • Check spelling and grammar • Fill the pages • Be creative!!! COVER PAGE 2.5PTS. • Name of element • Picture of the element (in everyday use) • Decorative cover COVER PAGE (POOR) EXAMPLE LITHIUM BETTER EXAMPLE BIRTH CERTIFICATE 20PTS • Name (name of the element) Lithium • Nickname (symbol) Li • Birth Date (date element discovered) 1817 • Birth Weight (atomic Mass) 6.941 amu • Birth Height (atomic number) 3 • Race (type of element- metal, non-metal, metalloid) metal • Doctor (discoverer) Johan A. Arfvedson • Gender (state of matter at room temperature) solid • Place of birth (country of discovery) Sweden • Signature of Parent (that’s you!) • Make it look professional (border, seal of approval, etc...) BIRTH CERTIFICATE EXAMPLES FIND A STYLE YOU LIKE AND COPY IT WITH YOUR ELEMENTS INFO. (GOOGLE IMAGES) OR TYPE IT IN YOURSELF TO A WORD DOCUMENT OR DRAW ONE. BIRTH CERTIFICATE This is to certify that LITHIUM Birth Weight : 6.941 amu Birth Height: 3 Race: Metal Gender: Solid Nickname: Li Address: 2-1 Alkali Metal Drive Was born in the year of 1817 in the country of Sweden. Physician in attendance was Johan A. Arfvedson Signature of Parent: Mrs. Register BABY ULTRASOUND 10 PTS. • Create a Bohr model of your Element • Make sure to include the correct number of protons, neutrons and electrons • Correctly identify the electron configuration of your element EITHER MODEL IS ACCEPTABLE FAMILY TREE 6 PTS. • Create a family tree to place with following information. • Family name (name of the group it belongs to alkali metals, halogens, etc.) • Brothers and sisters(names of the group members) • For each brother and sister include their electron dot configuration FAMILY TREE EXAMPLES The Alkali Metal Family, Group I Cs Na Rb K Fr Li Alkali Metals FAMILY PORTRAIT 6 PTS. • Create a family portrait to show the uses of the family members • Family name (name of the group it belongs to alkali metals, halogens, etc.) • Brothers and sisters(names of the group members) • For each brother and sister draw them in a way that shows their common use • Must include at least 3 siblings ELEMENT’S 1ST BABY PICTURE •Draw a picture of your element in a way that shows its real-life uses. ELEMENTS PERSONALITY 10PTS. • In story, cartoon, poem, song, comic or other creative way to show your baby’s personality • Color • Density • Boiling Point • Melting Point • Crystal Structure MY BABY’S PERSONALITY • Baby lithium has a silvery color that lets him shine like a diamond. He isn’t very dense at 0.53 g/cm³. Don’t get him mad because his boiling point is 1347º C or 2456ºF. He might melt on you if you take his ice cream at 180°C or 356 °F. But overall he’s a great baby with a wonderful cubic crystal structure.