Metals and non-metals

In this lesson you will learn the common properties of metals and how this makes them suitable for a variety of uses

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What is a property, in science?

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Q2.Choose the example of a chemical property:

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Q3.What does solubility mean?

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Q4.Which scientists helped develop the periodic table?

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Q5.In which country was Mendeleev born?

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Q6.What is the name of the columns on the periodic table?

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Q7.What is special about the elements in each column? (Choose two answers)

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Q8.REVISION: What does the arrow represent in a word equation?

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Q9.REVISION: Where do you find reactants in a word equation?

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Q10.REVISION: Why might a substance fizz, if a reaction is taking place?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

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Question 7

Question 8

Question 9

Question 10

Q1.What is a property, in science?

1/10

Q2.Choose the example of a chemical property:

2/10

Q3.What does solubility mean?

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Q4.Which scientists helped develop the periodic table?

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Q5.In which country was Mendeleev born?

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Q6.What is the name of the columns on the periodic table?

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Q7.What is special about the elements in each column? (Choose two answers)

Select two (2) boxes

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Q8.REVISION: What does the arrow represent in a word equation?

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Q9.REVISION: Where do you find reactants in a word equation?

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Q10.REVISION: Why might a substance fizz, if a reaction is taking place?

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Lesson 4 Metals and Non-metals

This quiz will be test learning from the metals and non-metals lesson AND some prior knowledge

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Q1.Which of the following means 'makes a ringing sound when hit'?

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Q2.Which of the following means 'can be drawn into wires'?

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Q3.How might an object act if it is low density?

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Q4.Why are non-metals a good option for wire casings?

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Q5.Select two reasons why copper is used for saucepans.

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Q6.What should you always think about when answering an exam question involving evaluating data?

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Q7.What is another top tip for writing longer exam answers?

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Q8.REVISION: What is the pH of an acidic substance?

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Q9.REVISION: What colours might universal indicator go in alkaline solutions? (choose two answers)

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Lesson 4 Metals and Non-metals

This quiz will be test learning from the metals and non-metals lesson AND some prior knowledge

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

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Question 9

Q1.Which of the following means 'makes a ringing sound when hit'?

1/9

Q2.Which of the following means 'can be drawn into wires'?

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Q3.How might an object act if it is low density?

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Q4.Why are non-metals a good option for wire casings?

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Q5.Select two reasons why copper is used for saucepans.

Select two (2) boxes

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Q6.What should you always think about when answering an exam question involving evaluating data?

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Q7.What is another top tip for writing longer exam answers?

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Q8.REVISION: What is the pH of an acidic substance?

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Q9.REVISION: What colours might universal indicator go in alkaline solutions? (choose two answers)

Select two (2) boxes

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Lesson summary: Metals and non-metals

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