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C1 part 1 C1 Lesson 1 Atomic Structure C1 Lesson 3 The Periodic Table
Year 9

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C1.1.1 C1 Lesson 2 Atomic Structure

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Electrons occupy particular energy levels. Each electron in an atom is at a particular energy level (in a particular shell). The electrons in an atom occupy the lowest available energy levels (innermost available shells).

Describe electron arrangements for elements up to number 20.

Full Specification TextEdit

h) Electrons occupy particular energy levels. Each electron in an atom is at a particular energy level (in a particular shell). The electrons in an atom occupy the lowest available energy levels (innermost available shells). Candidates may answer questions in terms of either energy levels or shells.

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Activities to introduce new ideasEdit

  • A power point that shows the filling of electron shells and includes 3 differentiated worksheets for students to practice drawing the electron structure of the first 18 elements.

File:Electron Structure Power point and worksheet C1.1.ppt

Activities to practice applying new knowledgeEdit

  • AQA Progress Check C1.1.1. [1]
  • AQA Progress Check Answers C1.1.1 [2]

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