Ionic Bonding using binary, polyatomic, metallic and naming acids PowerPoint

Ionic Bonding using binary, polyatomic, metallic and naming acids PowerPoint
Ionic Bonding using binary, polyatomic, metallic and naming acids PowerPoint
Ionic Bonding using binary, polyatomic, metallic and naming acids PowerPoint
Ionic Bonding using binary, polyatomic, metallic and naming acids PowerPoint
Ionic Bonding using binary, polyatomic, metallic and naming acids PowerPoint
Ionic Bonding using binary, polyatomic, metallic and naming acids PowerPoint
Ionic Bonding using binary, polyatomic, metallic and naming acids PowerPoint
Ionic Bonding using binary, polyatomic, metallic and naming acids PowerPoint
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A guided handout goes along with this powerpoint for students to follow along as you provide information and practice for them.

Essential Standard & Complexity/DOK

SC.912.P.8.6 (DOK 2): Students will distinguish between intermolecular bonding forces and other forces of attraction.

SC.912.P.8.7 (DOK 2): Students will name, interpret and construct formulas for ionic and covalent compounds.

Supporting Standard/ Also Assesses

(H) SC.912.P.8.12 (DOK 2): Describe the properties of the ionic and metallic bonds.

(H) SC.912.P.8.13 (DOK 3): Identify mono, polyatomic formula naming conventions

Benchmark Clarifications

Content Limits

· Students will classify and describe the structures of molecules and compounds based on formula representation (organic nomenclature H)..

· Students may be asked to apply various models, such as Lewis structures and molecular models, for classifying and describing various molecule and compound structures.

Applicable NOS Standard(s) & Opportunities for Integration

SC.912.N.1.7 (DOK 1): Recognize the role of creativity in constructing scientific questions, methods and explanations.

SC.912.N.3.5 (DOK 2): Describe the function of models in science, and identify the wide range of models used in science.

Associated critical vocabulary

Atom, Atomic Emission Spectrum, Atomic Mass, Atomic Number, Mass Number, Atomic Orbital, Atomic Theory, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Electron, Electron Cloud, Element, Excited State, Frequency, Ground State, Isotope, Nucleus, Neutron
Proton, Quantum, Quantum Model, Valence Electron, Wavelength, Fission, Fusion, Half Life, Radioactive Decay, Alpha Particle, Gamma Ray, Beta Particle

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Teaching Duration
1 Week
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