***Includes PowerPoint Presentation for White-Board Review & PDF document with instructions and PowerPoint questions presented in worksheet format***
Students will be able to…
• Determine the name of an ionic compound when given the chemical formula.
• Determine the formula of an ionic compound when given the chemical name.
• Write the name or formula of ionic compounds in a chemical reaction.
• Define and identify atom, compound, octet rule, polyatomic ion, anion, cation, binary compound, and ternary compound.
• Describe and illustrate ionic bond formation using the following terms: metal cations, nonmetal anions, transfer of electrons, opposites attract, form neutral & stable compound.
• Identify and describe properties of ionic compounds: solids at room temperature, hard, brittle, crystal lattice structure, high melting and boiling points, conductivity of solids, molten liquids, and dissolved compounds.
• Ionic Bonding White-Board Review (Located in PowerPoint Presentation – READ-ONLY Presentation)
o Part I: Naming and Formula Review (Does Not include metals that can form different ions)
o Part II: Naming and Formula Review (Includes metals that can form different ions)
o Part III: Review of Unit Vocabulary and Ionic Bond Formation
o Part IV: Review of Ionic Compound Properties
o Key embedded within slides
• Ionic Bonding REVIEW – Part I, II, III, and IV
o Questions from White-Board Review presented in WS format.
• Ionic Bonding REVIEW – Part I, II, III, and IV – KEY
• Individual White-Board per student
• Dry Erase Marker per student
• White-Board Eraser per student (Paper towels work great!)
Provide each student with a white-board, dry erase marker, and eraser. Ask students to read the directions. Place the first question on the board via the PowerPoint. Students will answer the question on their white-board. When the question has been answered, students hold up their white-board and show the answer to the teacher. The teacher responds with a thumbs-up for correct answers and a “try again” for incorrect answers. Students who answer incorrectly will try answering the problem again until they answer correctly. The teacher provides hints and helps as needed to struggling students. Students are NOT allowed to shout-out answers. Once the class has completed the problem, show the correct answer (located on the next page/slide), OR ask a student to write the answer on the class white-board/chalk-board. Continue this process working through all problems. This activity will provide students with immediate feedback and will help teachers identify areas where students are struggling. Assign the “Ionic Bonding REVIEW – Part I, II, III, and IV” to students who are absent. OR. Provide a hard copy of the review for student use in studying at home. The questions in this review are the same questions found in the PowerPoint Review presentation.
• A participation grade may be given for this activity.
• The Review is in four parts. This makes it easy to complete the review over different class periods. OR. The teacher can pick the sections of the review most applicable to their students.
• Feel free to skip questions in the review that students understand and find easy. Then, spend more time on the problems where students need more practice. This is a great way for teachers to discover class weaknesses with the content. This review can be used to identify areas that need to be retaught.