Development: 
 After the reminder, students are to take out their notes, and a pencil or pen.
 The students will continue on the worksheet they were handed on the last day to practice some Bohr Models on their own, this will give them practice on constructing the Bohr Model. This is for me to see what the students are understanding and what they are not of the Bohr Model. (due Thursday oct. 12th)
 Once they finish the worksheet, we will continue with notes on atoms and their structures. (this will be fast paced)
 After we go over these notes, students will be handed out an assignment based on atoms and their structures and subatomic particles. This assignment will show me what the students are picking up and what they are struggling with. This assignment will have them show me where the protons are and nucleus is, how to calculate the neutron, what the numbers and letters stand for on an element from the periodic table. (due Friday Oct. 13th)
 After students accomplish this, the Bohr Model Poster assignment will be introduced. With this assignment, students can get creative when making their poster. They will choose an element to create a Bohr model and do the write up that follows with this assignment. They will be given time in class time to work on the assignment. This will show me what the students grasped and understand based on the terms they learned over the last couple of days.
 Once students are finished they can start to work on the textbook reading, pages 149, 151154, and answer questions on page 155, 1, 2, 4, 6, 10, 11, 13 & 14. (Still debatable if this gets assigned or not, depends on time)
 From this, students will gain more information to understand Models of Atoms. They will answer questions that will challenge what they know and help them gain new understandings
 They will work individually.
 Students are not allowed to use their phones. If students are using phones inappropriately, such as using social media when they should be on task, their phones will be taken away, and put into a bin until the end of class.
 As students read and work on the questions, I will be moving around the room making sure everyone is understanding what they are reading, and helping out if students are struggling.
 If students finish, have them write their name on their paper and put page number at the top, and hand it into the science bin in the back.

