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Feb 28 Sub Plan

Here is the powerpoint for chem 30: lesson 2 2017 Here is the document students in science 10 will be working on in the computer lab. They all should have a copy already: Careers

Nov 22-LAB! (Identifying Solids)

Outcome: CH30‐MS2 Investigate how the properties of materials are dependent on their underlying intermolecular and intramolecular forces.[SI] Indicators: c. Recognize that a material’s chemical and physical properties are dependent on the type of bonds and the forces between atoms, molecules or ions. (K) d. Identify and describe some properties (e.g., melting point, solubility, thermal conductivity, electrical […]

Nov 21- Intermolecular Forces and Properties

Outcome: CH30‐MS2 Investigate how the properties of materials are dependent on their underlying intermolecular and intramolecular forces.[SI] Indicators: B. Differentiate between the different types of intermolecular (i.e., van der Waals [i.e., London dispersion, dipole‐dipole, hydrogen bonding and ion dipole], ionic crystal and network‐covalent) and intramolecular (i.e., nonpolar covalent, polar‐covalent, ionic and metallic) forces. C. Recognize […]

Nov 20- (Sub) Computer time & Polarity

Outcome: CH30‐MS2 Investigate how the properties of materials are dependent on their underlying intermolecular and intramolecular forces. Indicator: a.Predict the polarity of molecules using the property of electronegativity and VSEPR theory. (K, S) Overview: Today you had time to work on your research project in the computer lab. You should be about halfway done answering […]

Nov 17- VSEPR

Outcome: MS1 Examine the role of valence electrons in the formation of chemical bonds.[SI] Indicators:   h. Predict the arrangement of atoms and draw Lewis structures (electron dot structures) to represent covalent‐ and ionic‐bonded molecules. I. Predict the geometry and draw the shapes of molecules with a single central atom using valence shell electron pair […]