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COGNITIVE
LEVEL
QUESTION
CUES/
VERBS
REMEMBER (B1)
Tell, List, Describe,
Relate, Locate, Write,
Find, State, Name,
Identify, Label, Recall,
Define, Recognize,
Match, Reproduce,
Memorize, Draw,
Select, Recite
UNDERSTAND
(B2)
Explain, Interpret,
Outline, Discuss,
Distinguish, Predict,
Restate, Translate,
Compare, Describe,
Relate, Generalize,
Summarize
APPLY (B3)
ANALYZE (B4)
EVALUATE (B5)
CREATE (B6)
Show, Solve, Use,
Illustrate, Construct,
Complete, Examine,
Classify, Choose,
Interpret, Make, Put
together, Apply,
Calculate, Modify
Analyze, Distinguish,
Examine, Compare,
Contrast, Investigate,
Identify, Explain,
Separate, Categorize,
Model
Judge, Select, Choose,
Decide, Justify,
Debate, Verify, Argue,
Recommend, Assess,
Discuss, Determine,
Estimate, Weigh,
Value, Defend
Create, Invent,
Compose, Predict,
Plan, Construct,
Design, Imagine,
Propose, Formulate,
Combine, Elaborate,
Write
Standard/Essential Knowledge and Skills:
PS.3 The student will investigate and understand the modern and historical models of atomic structure. Key concepts include
a) the contributions of Dalton, Thomson, Rutherford, and Bohr in understanding the atom; and
b) the modern model of atomic structure.
In order to meet this standard, it is expected that students will
• describe the historical development of the concept of the atom and the contributions of Dalton, Thomson, Rutherford, Bohr
and other scientists (Schrödinger).
• differentiate among the three basic particles in the atom (proton, neutron, and electron) and their charges, relative masses,
and locations.
• compare the Bohr atomic model to the electron cloud model with respect to its ability to represent accurately the threedimensional structure of the atom.
Vocabulary: Nucleus, Protons, Neutrons, Electrons, Elements, Quark, atoms, nano scale, electron cloud, subatomic particles
Assessment Type and Cognitive Level:
Formative:
Homework Assignments:
Monday
Tuesday
Summative:
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Reflection
Closure
Differentiation
(Above, On,
and/or Below
Grade Level)
Conditions /
Criteria for
Success
Learning Plan,
Activities,
Planned
Questions
Hook/
Essential
Question
Daily
Objective
DATE
MONDAY
A
O
B
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY