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Directions:
1. Use the Periodic Table to find the Atomic Number (#) and Mass Units for that element.
2. Calculate the number of protons, electrons, and neutrons for that atom. There is a place to
write these on each slide.
3. You will build a model for 8 elements: Hydrogen, Helium, Beryllium, Carbon, Oxygen,
Neon, Chlorine, and Argon.
4. For each atom, use the mouse to click and slide each subatomic particle into place.
5. When moving the electrons, place the electrons in the first shell first, then the second, etc.
The capacity for each shell is given.
6. You will build each element on a different slide. Each person in your group should build one
atom with the rest of the group assisting
7. Save the show under your student number. (Save as…) Then you can run your show.
8. Now view the Show to see how it works.
For a sample of how to create an atomic model,
CLICK HERE.
Time to start building your models.
• Hit escape to leave “View” mode. You should be in
“edit” mode from this point on, not viewing the
show. When viewing a show, you cannot change any
of the slides.
• If when you get to the model slides, you cannot see
the subatomic particles, from the “View” drop down
menu, hit “Zoom”. Lower the percentage that you
are zoomed into.
Electron shell 3 – capacity 8
Electron shell 2 – capacity 8
Electron shell 1 – capacity 2
This chart is
filled in for
you on this
one.
Nucleus
Atomic # - 1
Atomic Mass – 1
# of Protons – 1
# of Electrons – 1
# of Neutrons - 0
1. Click and drag to move subatomic
particles into place.
2. Go to the next slide when you are done.
Electron shell 3 – capacity 8
Electron shell 2 – capacity 8
Electron shell 1 – capacity 2
The model is
started. Fix
it so it
matches the
chart below.
Nucleus
Atomic # - 6
Atomic Mass – 12
# of Protons – 6
# of Electrons – 6
# of Neutrons - 6
Click and drag to move subatomic particles into place.
Electron shell 3 – capacity 8
Electron shell 2 – capacity 8
Electron shell 1 – capacity 2
This chart is
started for
you. Finish it
first.
Atomic # - 2
Atomic Mass – 4
# of Protons – 2
# of Electrons –
# of Neutrons –
Nucleus
Check to See if you
are correct:
• The number of
particles in the
nucleus should add
up to the atomic
mass.
• Both the # of
protons and the #
of electrons should
be equal to the
atomic number.
Click and drag to move subatomic particles into place.
Electron shell 3 – capacity 8
Electron shell 2 – capacity 8
Electron shell 1 – capacity 2
This chart is
started for
you. Finish it
first.
Atomic # - 4
Atomic Mass – 9
# of Protons –
# of Electrons –
# of Neutrons -
Nucleus
Check to See if you
are correct:
• The number of
particles in the
nucleus should add
up to the atomic
mass.
• Both the # of
protons and the #
of electrons should
be equal to the
atomic number.
Click and drag to move subatomic particles into place.
Electron shell 3 – capacity 8
Electron shell 2 – capacity 8
Electron shell 1 – capacity 2
Complete the
chart below
before you
start moving
particles.
Nucleus
Atomic # -
Atomic Mass –
# of Protons –
# of Electrons –
# of Neutrons Click and drag to move subatomic particles into place.
Electron shell 3 – capacity 8
Electron shell 2 – capacity 8
Electron shell 1 – capacity 2
Complete the
chart below
before you
start moving
particles.
Nucleus
Atomic # -
Atomic Mass –
# of Protons –
# of Electrons –
# of Neutrons Click and drag to move subatomic particles into place.
Electron shell 3 – capacity 8
Electron shell 2 – capacity 8
Electron shell 1 – capacity 2
Complete the
chart below
before you
start moving
particles.
Nucleus
Atomic # -
Atomic Mass –
# of Protons –
# of Electrons –
# of Neutrons Click and drag to move subatomic particles into place.
Electron shell 3 – capacity 8
Electron shell 2 – capacity 8
Electron shell 1 – capacity 2
Complete the
chart below
before you
start moving
particles.
Nucleus
Atomic # -
Atomic Mass –
# of Protons –
# of Electrons –
# of Neutrons Click and drag to move subatomic particles into place.
To save this file, click “Save as..”,
and save it under your number.
You can then view your models.
Electron shell 3 – capacity 8
Electron shell 2 – capacity 8
Electron shell 1 – capacity 2
Keep
•Count
the clicking
number ofto
particles
in the
nucleus.
see the
atomic
What
do youassemble.
get?
model
Nucleus
•It will always be the atomic
mass – 11 for Boron.
Atomic # - 5
Atomic Mass – 11
# of Protons – 5
# of Electrons – 5
This is what a Boron
If this information is not filled
atom
like. your
out firstlooks
and correctly,
model will be wrong.
# of Neutrons - 6
Click and drag to move subatomic particles into place.
Click here to
return to the
directions.