Q3: week 1 – 1/30 – 2/3
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1/30 – Monday – “A” Day –
1. Review of DOG 5a – Periodic Table
2. Properties of Ionic Solids, electrolytes, metals, molecular solids-
Todays lesson: Properties of Ionic Compounds
Todays demo: properties of ionic compounds
1/30 – Monday’s Homework: –
1. Please complete the form below on Ionic compounds. You have a total of three submissions.
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c) To identify polar and non-polar covalent bonds
1. Covalent Bonding Activity/homework – Everyone was emailed a link to the Google Slides activity that we did together.
We completed the first six slides together.
Todays lesson: Naming Binary compounds
1/31 – Tuesday’s Homework: –
There is no homework tonight!
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2/1 – Wednesday – B Day –
a) To write Lewis Dot Diagrams for covalent or molecular compounds b) To determine if the the covalent bonds are polar or nonpolar.
Rules for Covalent – Molecular Naming.
1. Name the first element first, followed by the second element.
2. Use the element name plus the suffix -ide for the second element.
3. If there is more than one atom of the first element, use numerical prefixes;
4. Always use numerical prefixes for the number of atoms of the second element.
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Examples: NO → nitrogen monoxide
N2O → dinitrogen oxide
Cl2O7 → dichlorine heptoxide
Todays lesson: Simple Covalent Dot Diagrams
Todays lesson: More complex Covalent Electron Dot Diagrams
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2/2 – Thursday “A” Day –
2. To use naming method of covalent / molecular molecules. 3. To incorporate the VSEPR theory into the geometries of covalent structures. 4. To identify the electron domain geometries and molecular geometries of molecules
1. Review the Covalent Activity 2
a) electron dot diagram writing for complex molecules
b) determine the name of the structure if binary or hydrocarbon
c) polar or nonpolar
2. VSEPR – Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion Theory lesson
b) PHET – simulation
3. Identify the Electron domain geometry of each molecule in the slide of the 2 covalent activities
Electron Domain Geometries for covalent / molecular compounds:
VESPR Lesson Demo : Electron Domain Geometry
Polar and Nonpolar molecule Lesson :
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2/3 – Friday – “B” Day
1. To identify a polar and nonpolar molecule.
2. To identify the partial negative and partial positive areas of the molecule.
Last nights form key: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LGdE8fVAy6MZZVsRT_gWuQDanuWkwdAx/view?usp=share_link
1. Model the shapes with molecules using PHET AND with 3D stick models using the worksheet.
Covalent ditto 1 -Electron Dot Diagrams 1112.pdf
2. Students will write the electron dot diagrams, determine polarity of bond and molecules, and molecular geometry.
a) partial symbol and charges.