Use this simple 20 problem practice worksheeet to help students learn how to write formulas for and name covalent compounds. Teacher answe key is provided! Use this simple reviw alone or with the Chemistry Unit 7: Lesson Plan: Formation and Nature of Ionic Compounds!
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- Write the formula for covalent compounds.
- Write the correct name for covalent compounds.
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Teacher answer key (provided)
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Unit Plan 7 Details:
Make teaching Chemistry easier with this combined unit and daily lesson plan that covers 8 blocks or 16 periods of a secondary high school chemistry course. SIOP, gifted, and differentiation strategies are embedded and easily identified throuought. Lessons are differnetiated accoding to learning style, grouping, and language ability. Both content and literacy standards as well as key vocabulary words, essential questions, activating strategies, instructional strategies, and summarizing strategies are included and highlighted. Video links are provided!
Upon completion of this unit, students will be able to:
- SC1: Students will analyze the nature of matter and its classifications.
- SC1c: Predict formulas for stable ionic compounds (binary and tertiary) based on balance of charges.
- SC1d: Use IUPAC nomenclature for both chemical names and formulas for ionic, covalent, acidic compounds.
- SC2: Students will use the Law of Conservation of Matter is used to determine chemical composition in compounds and chemical reactions
- L11-12RST3: Follow precisely a complex multistep procedure when carrying out experiments, taking measurements, or performing technical tasks; analyze the specific results based on explanations in the text.
- L11-12RST8: Evaluate the hypotheses, data, analysis, and conclusions in a science or technical text, verifying the data when possible and corroborating or challenging conclusions with other sources of information.
- Read, define, and discuss key vocabulary terms: alloy, anion, cation, chemical bond, delocalized electrons, electrolyte, electron sea model, formula unit, ionic bond, lattice energy, metallic bond, monatomic ion, oxidation number, oxyanion, polyatomic ion, coordinate covalent/covalent bond, endothermic, exothermic, hybridization, Lewis structure, molecule, oxyacid, pi bond, polar covalent, resonance, sigma bond, structural formula, VSEPR model
- Listen and write key points discussed in lecture.
- Calculate, draw, and appropriately color polar/covalent, and ionic bonds.
- Analyze and interpret conclusions based on experimental data gathered from accurate measurement procedures.
Content Objectives (TSWBAT):
- Relate bond formation to electron configuration to chemical properties of ionic compounds.
- Write formulas and names for ionic, covalent, and acidic compounds
- Discuss the physical properties of metals in terms of metallic bonds.
- Describe the formation of single, double, and triple bonds.
- Draw Lewis structures and predict the shape of and the bond angles of a molecule.
- Compare and contrast polar and nonpolar covalent bonds and molecules.
Differentiated Learning Plan: This Lesson is differentiated by content and learning style at level 1 (L1), Level 2 (L2) and Level 3 (L3).
- Heterogeneous and homogenous grouping will be used depending on lesson objectives.
- Choice of learning activities will be provided as appropriate based on learning style/and intelligence type and content level. These include, but are not limited to computer based activities, labs, case studies, written assignments, and presentations.
Key Vocabulary: Chemical bond, octet rule, anion, cation, crystal lattice, electrolyte, ionic bond, ionic compound, lattice energy, formula unit, monatomic ion, oxidation number, oxyanion, polyatomic ion, alloy, delocalized electron, electron sea model, metallic bond
Resources and Technology: Video: Electron Sea Model/Metallic Compounds, DVD : Atoms and Their Electrons, United Streaming/Internet Access
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