KEY CONCEPT The periodic table is a map of the elements. THINK ABOUT How are elements different? The photograph shows common uses of the elements copper, aluminum, and argon: copper in a penny, aluminum in a pie plate, and argon in a light bulb. Each element is located in a different part of the periodic table, and each has a very different use.
Concept Map of Changing Materials In this worksheet, students will be offered a chance to challenge their understanding of the processes involved in the way that different materials change and are made to change, asking them to show that they have a firm grasp of the vocabulary involved and a solid understanding of those processes.