Was the periodic table designed in a day?
Of course not way too much information, so let's look at how it was done
1. Your first task is to research and find out information about who designed the periodic table and how. You may use the following sites to help you on your task.
2. Getting to know your periodic table
You can use your book or http://www.ptable.com/ to help you answer the questions
Source: Western Oregon University, A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERIODIC TABLE. 1997 .http://www.wou.edu/las/physci/ch412/perhist.htm 22 Feb 2013
Your class will be split into groups and you will research one of the groups on the periodic table. Use the sites below to help you learn about your group/family.
Information about the Group 1A Elements.
Information about the Group 2A Elements.
Information about metals along with nonmetals and metalloids.
Information about metalloids.
Information about nonmetals.
Information about the Group 7A Elements.
Information about the Group 8A Elements.
Information about the lanthanides.
Information about the actinides.
Source: Amber Andrewlevich "The History of the Periodic Table of Elements", http://zunal.com/process.php?w=40222 22 Feb 2013