Naming & Writing Ionic Formulas: Part Two- Print & Digital |Distance Learning

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Naming & Writing Ionic Formulas (Nomenclature) Part Two: Students will write formulas and name ionic compounds containing multivalent metals (Roman Numerals).

Have you ever experienced teaching your heart out with nomenclature only to end up with students sticking in roman numerals and prefixes everywhere? This lesson is separated from the Part One lesson because I have found that if students master naming and writing formulas of binary and ternary compounds first, without introducing roman numerals, they will have a greater chance of being able to separate the compounds that need roman numerals from those that don’t. So, this lesson is separated from Part One, and focuses on identifying the metals that need roman numerals and why they do. Building on previous knowledge of ions and formulas from Part One are included in the Exit Ticket and the Homework (all types of ionic compounds, mixed.

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Lesson Objectives:

Naming and Writing formulas for ionic compounds that have more than one oxidation state

Also included in this lesson’s student work are:

Naming and Writing Binary Ionic Compounds

Naming and Writing Ternary Ionic Compounds (with Polyatomic Ions)

Naming and Writing Monatomic and Polyatomic Ions

This lesson is appropriate for grades 9-12 chemistry or physical science.

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Lesson Duration: 1 class period

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Homework/Practice w/ KEY - editable, print, & digital

Teacher Notes (2 pages full of some great background info,

Teacher Prep Time: just print and go!

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