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★Digital Interactive Resource★
Go paperless with this interactive Google Slides™ resource that will help your chemistry students learn and master Oxidation-Reduction concepts. Students will drag movable objects and type to enter information as they solve each problem on 25 interactive slides. The resource is a comprehensive review of oxidation-reduction reactions including rules for assigning oxidation numbers, key terms, labeling oxidation numbers of uncombined elements, ions, and elements in neutral compounds, labeling elements oxidized and reduced, and more. Includes a detailed Teacher Answer Key.
Slides can be added, deleted, or rearranged. By using balanced equations and conversion factors that are already part of this resource, you could also create additional problems by copying, then revising existing slides.
★INCLUDED IN THIS RESOURCE★
✅Detailed Directions for Downloading and Assigning the activity
✅25 Slides with various Oxidation-Reduction Review Questions & Problems
*Rules for Assigning Oxidation #'s to uncombined elements, ions, elements in polyatomic ions, and elements in a neutral compounds
*Practice Assigning Oxidation numbers
*Identify oxidation and reduction within a redox reaction
*Identify the elements oxidized and reduced
*Identify the oxidizing and reducing agents
*Label half reactions as Oxidation or Reduction
✅Detailed Teacher Answer Key for Each Slide
✅4 Page Teacher Answer Key Summary (6 Slides per Page)
***Students must have internet devices capable of using Google Slides™. This resource will work on any device that can access and use Google Slides. Google Classroom™ allows you to easily assign students their own copy with just a few mouse clicks (instructions included). This resource is no prep if you already have Google Drive or Google Classroom™ set up.
★Benefits of using Google Apps★
•No copies to run
•Student work saves automatically
•Teachers can easily monitor progress and learning
•Students prefer using technology. It's engaging and familiar.
•Work can be easily assigned or finished as homework
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