Chemical Bonding
    Link to Explorelearning Gizmo's for use throughout the Units 
    1. Introduction
          a. Reactivity, Valence & Octet Rule PPT and Handout
          b. Reactivity and Valence Electrons - Reinforcement
          c. Ions, Cations and Anions PPT and Handout
             Watch the following video and complete pages 6 and 7. Check with your partner before completing page 8.  
              Ions Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=900dXBWgx3Y 
    2. Bonding
          a. Chemical Bonding
                  1. PPT and Handout
                           - Bonding link: http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/asset/lsps07_int_chembonds/
                              www.visionlearning.com/library/module_viewer.php?print=1&mid=55&mcid OLD LINK
                           - Animation link: www.mhhe.com/physsci/chemistry/animations/chang_7e_esp/bom1s2_11.swf
                 2. Reinforcement / Extension Links
                           a. Another tutorial for practice and review
                           b. Basic information on bonding: http://www.chem4kids.com/files/atom_bonds.html
                           c. Advanced information on Ionic Bonds and Covalent Bonds     
                           d. Bonding animation: http://tinyurl.com/23xtl7   
          b. Bond or No Bond?
                  1. Activity Handout
                  2. Reality Check!  Check HERE to see if your bonding identification was correct.
                      Write the correct compound names and chemical formulas in the Reality Check column. 
                  3. Establishing Patterns - Handout
                         Enter your compound data into the appropriate form below.
                         Mrs. Simon's Classes - enter data / view class data
                         Mr. Bonner's Classes - enter data / view class data
          c. Compounds & Chemical Formulas Activity
          d. Bonding Practice: Can you figure out whether these compounds are Ionically or Covalently bonded?
              Polar Covalent or NonPolar Covalent??
     If you need more practice see me for extra worksheets.
    3. Physical Changes vs. Chemical Reactions
          a. Physical Changes vs. Chemical Reactions
                    - Brainstorming
                    - PPT, handout and link to video 
                    - Demonstrating the Difference
                    - Changes in Matter Identification Activity at lab tables
    TEST ON IONS AND BONDING  Review Document

Last Modified on October 5, 2016