Today you are going to start with idenitfying ions. Make sure you have a periodic table and some paper ready.
Common Ions - Do the first twenty and record your score and percent.
Next, try some bonding and naming practice using Quizlet. Open a link in a new tab. In the blue box, look for "Play Games" and "Scatter." You will then need to drag the names to the correct formula. If it disappears, you matched it correctly. Play three times and record your time each turn. Go slow the first time till you get the hang of it, and then play again.
Bonding and Naming - Covalent - covalent means it is two negatives... so use what?
Bonding and Naming - Ionic - including metals in the middle with Roman Numerals
Formulas and Variables - Use this to review some important formulas and variables and when to use them.
- Go to Jefferson Lab Practice test
- Check 10 questions and Chemistry
- Click “More Options Please”
- Keep All Years checked and click “Next options page, please!”
- Pick the appropriate strand Ms.J specified for today and click “Next options page, please!”
- Keep Random Order checked and click “I’m ready! Let’s start!”
Answer the questions. Do NOT start over. Read explanations for those you missed on the “How am I doing page”. Write score in appropriate space.
Remember this stuff if ONLINE. If you have access to a computer, you can do these practice excercises on your own as well. Also, MsJ will be staying after school on Monday if you feel like you want to.
Electronic Configuration Matching - do it and check it off
Once you are all done, scroll all the way down to the bottom to the purple box and play any games you want. Keep track of which games you are playing and record your final score.
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