Periodic Table Trends - Ionic size, Electronegativity
This lesson plan will teach your students about the ionic size and electronegativity (E.N.) trends within groups and periods of the Periodic Table. Students will be able to identify which atoms will have a smaller/larger electronegativity values, and will also be able to explain why this is the trend for groups and periods. Great visuals as well as an easy summary is given in the Power Point Presentation. An exit ticket is included for easy assessment!
This lesson plan includes:
•Bell Ringer (Warm Up)
•Answer keys to everything!
Other Periodic Trends lessons you may be interested in:
Lesson Plan: History and Basics of the Periodic Table
Lesson Plan: Periodic Trends – Atomic Size (Radius) Trend
Lesson Plan: Periodic Trends – Ionization Energy Trend
Lesson Plan: Periodic Trends – Ionic Size and Electronegativity
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Unit Bundle: Periodic Trends
To purchase Power Points only:
Power Points: Trends Within the Periodic Table
To purchase homework worksheets only:
Homework Worksheets: Trends Within the Periodic Table – Includes Answers!
Great labs/activities that reinforce these concepts:
Lab Activity: Solubility Trend
Activity: Mendeleev's Periodic Table of 1869
Activity: Periodic Puzzle!
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