TN.3202. Physical Science
CS.3202.1. Matter: The composition and structure of matter is known, and it behaves according to principles that are generally understood.
GQ.3202.1. How does the structure of matter influence its physical and chemical behavior?
3202.1. Checks for Understanding
3202.1.10. Define an isotope and describe the use of common isotopes.
3202.1.11. Identify the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons in an atom of an isotope based on its atomic number and atomic mass.
3202.1.8. List the three major subatomic particles and distinguish among their location, charges, and relative masses.
CLE 3202.1. Course Level Expectations
CLE 3202.1.2. Describe the structure and arrangement of atomic particles.
SPI 3202.1. State Performance Indicators
SPI 3202.1.6. Determine the composition of an atom and the characteristics of its subatomic particles.
TN.3221. Chemistry I
CS.3221.1. Atomic Structure: Atomic theory is the foundation for understanding the interactions and changes in matter.
GQ.3221.1. How does the structure of matter determine its chemical and physical properties?
3221.1. Checks for Understanding
3221.1.7. Determine the number of protons and neutrons for a particular isotope of an element.
CLE 3221.1. Course Level Expectations
CLE 3221.1.3. Describe an atom in terms of its composition and electron characteristics.
CS.3231.6. Nuclear Physics: A deep understanding of particle physics is accomplished by investigating the properties of nuclear physics.
GQ.3231.6. How is the investigation of the properties of nuclear physics related to understanding nuclear particles?
3231.6. Checks for Understanding
3231.6.10. Describe the properties and location of subatomic particles.
3231.6.9. Identify the parts of an atom.
CLE 3231.6. Course Level Expectations
CLE 3231.6.1. Investigate the properties and structure of the atom.
CLE 3231.6.3. Explore the dynamics of the nucleus: radioactivity, nuclear decay, radiocarbon/uranium dating and half-life.
TN.3237. Physical World Concepts
CS.3237.5. Nuclear Science: A deep understanding of particle physics is accomplished by investigating the principles of nuclear science.
GQ.3237.5. What particle physics concepts explain nuclear science?
3237.5. Checks For Understanding
3237.5.1. Identify the parts of an atom.
3237.5.2. Describe the properties and location of subatomic particles.
CLE 3237.5. Course Level Expectations
CLE 3237.5.1. Investigate the properties and structure of the atom.
CLE 3237.5.2. Explore the dynamics of the nucleus: radioactivity, nuclear decay, radiocarbon/uranium dating, and half-life.