I’ll be adding to this post as new items are found. Here’s a great website where you can piece together your own molecules and compounds with lewis dots. Give it a try!
Our last section of this unit will cover the basics of chemistry: the notation, basic laws, and vocabulary.
But first we took a quiz on the skills we practiced in the Chemical Bonds Worksheet:
See the slides below to review what we talked about:
We practiced these skills with the foll
Today we begin our Communicable Disease presentations.
You will have a disease assigned to you in class and I’ll go back over the expectations of these presentations.
UDATE: The Rubric and Project Description have been updated! Also Please signup for your presentation order HERE digitally! Be sure you are signing up for the right class period! Be sure to submit your finished presentation (and notes) in google classroom or share it with me (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the END OF FRIDAY.
Once logged into G Classroom, you can join my classes I’ve created by entering the correct code.
Wellness 7 : mcg4g2d
Wellness 8: g37d18v
Once there, you should be able to view all of the materials I’ve provided to you.
I’ve created a basic outline set of slides to guide you through the process, I expect the slides to be low on text, high on visual impact, and provide you with lots to talk about during your presentation.
If you cant get into google classroom, here are our requirement docs:
- The Project Guide
- The Scoring Rubric
- And the outline slideshow for you to work off (make your own copy!)
- When you are done, share the slideshow with me or email to: email@example.com
here are some resources to start you off.
- or any reputable university or science publication.
Let’s Get Sick!
UPDATE: Here’s the Graphic Organizer we used to get our bonds in order: here!
In this post I’ll combine the 4 main types of Bonding we covered in the last 2 weeks:
Ionic, Metallic, Covalent, and Polar Covalent Bonds:
Our Second Unit this semester is Chemical Bonds.
We started with a brief book assignment: Qs from the ends of sections 1-2 and 1-3 on Ionic and Covalent Bonds. I’ve included a PDF copy of the book chapter HERE, (remember, just 1-2 + 1-3).
We then covered some basics of bonding with some (not all) of these videos:
Then took notes and practiced creating Lewis Dot (electron dot) stuctures for the first time. See the PDF of the notes linked here.