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Lab one

Page history last edited by Zuhur Mohamed 10 months, 1 week ago

Instructions:

Each student will post a Wiki Page on a specific "Element (Atom) from the Periodic Table".

(10 points Possible)

 

Start by going out on the web and search about one of the elements (atoms) listed below.

 

Grading will be based on the following criteria:

 

10 points: If your "Element (Atom)" Wiki page includes the following.

 

Link from the bottom of this Wiki page to your "Element (Atom)" Wiki page.

 

Written description (3 paragraphs minimum) about your "Element (Atom)"

MUST BE IN YOUR OWN WORDS. NO COPY | PASTE SOMEONE ELSES WORDS

1st paragraph must describe the Element (Atom) structural characteristics (e.g. atomic number, atomic mass, number of electrons and neutrons).

2nd paragraph should describe the chemical behavior of your specific Element (Atom).

3rd paragraph should describe the importance of your Element (Atom) in the human body, medicine or in the living world (earth) in general.

 

Include a minimum of one visual item (picture, video or animation) to support your description of your specific "Element (Atom)".

 

Include your reference URL's or bibliography.

 

EVERY STUDENT MUST HAVE THEIR OWN ELEMENT (ATOM) WIKI PAGE (NO DUPLICATION)...  MAKE SURE YOU CHECK OUT ALL OTHER STUDENTS WIKI PAGES BEFORE POSTING YOUR OWN.  THIS IS A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE ASSIGNMENT.  STUDENTS WHO SELECT AN "ELEMENT (ATOM)" FROM THE LIST BELOW EARLY IN THE WEEK GET MORE OPTIONS TO CHOOSE FROM.  STUDENTS WHO WAIT UNTIL THE DEADLINE WILL GET LESS OPTIONS TO CHOOSE FROM.

 

ANY STUDENT WHO ALTERS, COPIES, DELETES ANOTHER STUDENTS WORK WILL RECEIVE A ZERO (0) SCORE ON THAT PARTICULAR WIKI ASSIGNMENT.

 

 

Scoring Rubric -

10 points: If your "Element (Atom)" Wiki page includes all 4 of the items listed above.

 

7 points: If your "Element (Atom)" Wiki page includes 3 of the items listed above.

 

5 points: If your "Element (Atom)" Wiki page 2 of the items listed above.

 

3 points: If your "Element (Atom)" Wiki page 1 of the items listed above.

 

1 points: If your "Element (Atom)" Wiki page was attempted but failed to include any of the items listed above.

 

0 points: If your "Element (Atom)" Wiki page was not attempted.

 


Please DO NOT EDIT ANYTHING ABOVE ON THIS PAGE!


SELECT THE "EDIT" TAB ABOVE AND USE THE "ADD LINK" TOOL TO LINK YOUR ELEMENT (ATOM) WIKI PAGE TO YOUR SPECIFIC ELEMENT (ATOM) LISTED BELOW WITH YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAMES.

 

Example and Starting Point:

 

Example "Element (Atom) Wiki page by (John Doe)

 

Add your links below by "Editing this page"

 

Hydrogen by: Izahnaya Tovsen

 

Helium by: Amber Mulligan http://humanbiologylab.pbworks.com/w/page/138004869/Lab%201%3A%20Helium%20-%20Amber%20Mulligan

 

Lithium by: Phillip Day Lithium-Phillip Day

 

Beryillium by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Boron by: Julia Kolaru

 

Carbon by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Nitrogen by: Alanna DeGroot

 

Oxygen by: Kelsey Messerole

 

Fluorine by: Elizabeth Jean

 

Neon by: Tolliver Neon - Taricka  

 

Sodium by: Aden Ali

 

Magnesium by: Blair Johnson

 

Aluminum by: Stella Zhang 

 

 Silicon by: D'lissa Mattox

 

Phosphorus by: Marianne Bird

 

Sulfur by: Kya Brings Plenty 

 

Chlorine by: Harmony Lowe- Lab 1- Chlorine

 

Argon by: Matthew Iverson 

 

Potassium by: Lab one- Kaela Borders

 

Calcium by: Calcium Wiki Page by Masnoo Adem

 

Scandium by: Student First Name and Last Name 

 

Titanium by: Abdirauf Sallah

 

Chromium by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Manganese by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Iron by: Elisa Ruiz Lab 1- Iron

 

Colbalt by: Student First Name and Last Name 

 

Nickel by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Copper by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Zinc by: Azure Qian 

 

Arsenic by: Brittany List http://humanbiologylab.pbworks.com/w/page/138133665/arsenic

 

Krypton by: Regine Epps

 

Silver by: Colleen Gustafson silver lab 1

 

Tin by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Iodine: Iodine - Lab 1 - Sarah Zambrano

 

Barium by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Mercury by: Lindsay Hecimovich

 

Radon by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Uranium by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Plutonium by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Silicon by Zuhur Mohamed

 

 

Comments (2)

Mitch Albers said

at 9:41 am on Jan 13, 2020

Jump in and get started!

Follow the Lab 1 Wiki Grading Rubric posted above and use the editing tools to create your Wiki Assignment. It's as easy as using a word processing program...

Take a look at what your fellow students are posting to see how they are creating their Wiki pages. If you see a comment from me at the bottom of the page you'll know if they are doing it right or not.

Get going and good luck!

~ Mitch

Mitch Albers said

at 7:28 pm on Jan 23, 2020

I have graded all the Lab 1 Wiki Assignments! Please read my comments posted in D2L about the grading.

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