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Molecular Geometry, Polarity - Color By NumberWant a more FUN and ENGAGING way to help your students review the shapes of molecules and polarity? Well... here's your answer! Molecular geometry and polarity color by number! A perfect way to help your students prepare for a quiz, review the content
Updated: Now includes print and digital options for the lesson. Perfect for distance learning or the paperless classroom. Interactive student notes, exit ticket, and homework for Google Slides™ with Google Apps.Your students will master intermolecular forces and molecular polarity with this straight
Help students understand how to draw Lewis structures, understand molecular geometry, and the polar nature of ionic and covalent bonds. In this well-designed practice worksheeet students will:Write the correct name for given chemical formulaDraw the Lewis structure for each compoundCalculate the io
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4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This set of guided notes with chemistry doodles can be little anchor charts for your student to keep in their notebook! Using these pages, students can color, doodle, and make connections within the material as they takes notes in class. This topic is usually introduced in the chemical bonding/nom
Everything you will need to get your student to identify a molecule's polarity. You got it here!
Make It Googleable.Chemistry Google Form Interactive Worksheet Activities and Reading LessonTo Support your Virtual, In-class or Hybrid Education.Please Preview to see sample questions.This Editable Google Form activity is derived from my Essential Skills Worksheet pdf products below:Worksheet 16: P
This is a ready-to-go Google slide presentation that will walk your students through the use of a flow chart to determine molecular polarity. The student notes are interactive with click and drag features.
This is a great way to pull all previous knowledge into one activity. It includes 8 compounds that students create the lewis dot structure forand find the VSEPR shape names and angles, the bond polarity in the molecule, and the overall molecular polarity.
Can your students identify whether a molecule is polar or nonpolar by looking at its chemical formula? This maze will require them to make it through the maze from Point A to Point B while avoiding NONPOLAR molecules along the way. There are several ways out of this maze, but only ONE WAY is corre
Ready-to-go student activity that allows students to see a lewis dot structure for 12 different compounds and be able to show understanding of molecular polarity and intermolecular forces.
This QUICK BUY gets you everything you need to provide instruction, practice, and assessment!-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING!Before buying this bundle, please be sure to check that you have not previously
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10th - 12th
This BUNDLE includes TWO TESTS! Each test is 20 questions long and covers the following concepts:•Drawing Lewis Dot Structures of Molecular Compounds & Ions•Changing the total electrons based on a +/- charge of an ion•Defining lone pairs & bonded pairs•When to draw double/triple bonds•Free R
Multi-step full practice. 1. Identify ionic and covalent bonds. 2. Depending on identification, either draw ions or neutral LDS. 3. create lewis dot structures or electron dot diagrams for given compounds. 4. Identify molecular geometry or oxidation number. 5. Identify polarity or calculate polarit
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9th - 12th
These interactive diagrams are terrific for science teachers teaching their students in a distance learning or blended learning environment. These click-and-learn diagrams are Google Slides files designed to be used in several possible ways.This set focuses on how to figure out whether a molecule is
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9th - 12th
This lab aligns to the Molecular Polarity Simulation in from the University of Colorado's PhET Simulations. The goal of this lab to have students explore the relationship between electronegativity and partial charge of an atom in a polar molecule. Students should have a basic understanding of pola
This virtual lab is perfect for distance learning. It uses a PhET simulation to understand how polarity is created through molecular interactions.
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A handy reference handout to help students go through the process of finding the shape and polarity of simple molecular compounds. By drawing a Lewis Dot Diagram and following the steps and answering simple questions, students can determine Whether a compound is linear, bent, trigonal planar, trigon
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is a Jeopardy game in powerpoint that's good for a review of Bonding, Lewis Dot Structure, Polarity, Molecular Geometry and Vocabulary associated with these topics.
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10th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This is a guided document to walk students through the Molecular Polarity PhET simulation. It provides them with a step by step set of instructions to follow to visualize the movement of electrons within compounds and determine if compounds will be polar or nonpolar as a result of the movement.
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10th - 11th
This QUICK BUY gets you a PowerPoint Presentation and a set of Guided Notes for students.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING!Before buying this bundle, please be sure to check that you have not previously boug
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10th - 12th
This is a collection of 10 (as of October 2020) of my first-year chemistry resources covering chemical bonding models, polarity, and molecular geometry. I run a very high-energy, interactive lab/class. These activities are easy to grade but rigorous and will help prepare your students for more advan
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This lesson reinforces the concepts of symmetry and polarity in my lesson called "Symmetry and Molecular Polarity" (available for download in my products listing). It focuses more on common examples (and their Lewis dot structures) of both nonpolar and polar molecules. Charge distribution is introd
In this practice worksheet students will demonstrate drawing Lewis structures and determining polarity of simple molecules.Materials needed: nonePlease do not upload these to the internet, as students will find them and harm their learning and that of my students. If you would like me to write a cus
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Teach your students how to draw dipole moments, identify a molecule as polar or nonpolar, and draw net dipole moments. This PowerPoint also includes a 34-slide animation that illustrates how dipole moments can cause attractive forces, even between a polar and nonpolar molecule. There are lots of e
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10th - 12th

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