Groups in the Periodic Table

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An overview of how the elements in the periodic table are arranged.
An understanding of how elements in the periodic table are arranged in terms of atomic number and electron shell configuration.
An explanation of the electronic configuration of the first 20 elements.
Jamie JohnsonHost: Jamie (BSc (Hons), MSc, PGCE) is a Science teacher who is passionate about breaking down complex topics into digestible bites for students.

The Periodic Table gets it's name because elements are lined up in cycles or periods. In this class, students will look at how the periodic table is arranged in terms of their atomic number and electron shell structures. They will then arrange the electrons of the first 20 elements into the correct configurations. This class is aimed at students in Years 10 and 11 and is a great class to help ensure students have a solid understanding on the topic.

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Suitable for:

This class is suitable for students in Years 10 & 11 or S3 & S4.

Class requirements:

Students will require a laptop with internet connection to view the class. A pen and notepad will also be required during the lesson.

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