Covalent Bond Teacher Resources
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Lewis acids and bases, Brønsted-Lowry acids and bases, ionization, and more are covered by this chemistry handout. It serves as a review of a specific textbook section, but will also serve as a nice review for any general chemistry class. The worksheet looks professional and is worthwhile.
Seventh graders explore the history and basic principles of chemistry. They conduct experiments and observe demonstrations on ionic and covalent bonding, oxidation, reduction reactions, and acid/base identification.
Learners discover advances in biomedical technology such as transdermal delivery and other non-invasive procedures. In lab activities, they examine how medication is given and how molecules travel, observe electrophoresis, and conduct several experiments in groups. In another activity, students inspect how drugs are delivered through a stent and how catheters and angioplasty balloons are inserted.
Here is a full-fledged investigation of light waves, the electromagnetic spectrum, and element spectra. Physicists research a scientist that contributed to our understanding of the behavior of light. They take notes on your lecture, and then they experiment in the lab with the spectra of different elements. They use equations to calculate wavelenghts. Although the lesson write up and handouts are not the most attractive, they are comprehensive and make a complete mini-unit on electromagnetic spectra.
Physics fanatics will light up over this mini-unit! Through a series of demonstrations, laboratory activities, and research reports, they learn the relationship between light and atoms, the behavior of waves, and the reason for element spectra. Scientific inquiry is practiced throughout. Take a look at this detailed lesson plan to see if you have the required equipment to put it to use with your advanced physics learners.
Students examine the flow of energy through the natural environment. In groups, they describe the effect of energy on the atmosphere, hydrosphere and lithosphere. To end the lesson, they experiment with the chemical and physical principles on energy.
In this chemistry of food worksheet, students complete 20 various types of questions related to food and nutrition. First, they complete a crossword puzzle with vocabulary terms. Then, students use the figure shown to write the appropriate terms from a list given in the spaces provided. Finally, they summarize an advantage and a disadvantage of using food additives in the American food supply.
For this acid-base worksheet, students solve multiple problems related to reactions of acids and bases. They determine pH of solutions, they find conjugate acids and bases, they calculate concentrations of acids and bases and they write ionization reactions.
Students create and observe coacervates. In this origin of life lesson, students create coacervates by mixing carbohydrate and protein solutions. They observe the life-like qualities of the structures and discuss the origin of life.
Students research the history of the development of electronics. In this physics lesson, students differentiate between active and passive electronics components and discuss other types of electronic systems.
Students investigate the carbon dioxide content of different sodas. In this chemistry lesson plan, students explain why PET containers are preferable than HDPE for soda bottles. They collect data and graph them.
Learners explore the different dyes and fibers and how they interact with each other. In this chemistry lesson students design an experiment that tests the durability and fastness of dye.
Students distinguish between diffusion and osmosis and describe ways that drugs can be administered. In this diffusion instructional activity students research career paths and create a presentation to give to the class.
Use explicit instruction of academic language to strengthen student comprehension
Suitable for any biochemistry unit, this activity helps learners summarize what they know about carbohydrates. They explain the elements found in carbohydrate molecules, the roles carbohydrates play, and the chemical structure of different sugar molecules. They even discuss the special materials, cellulose, and chitin. Assign this as a review prior to giving a quiz on the topic.
In this atom learning exercise, students read 5 paragraphs about ionic bonds. Students answer 2 true/false questions, 4 fill in the blank, 3 multiple choice, and 1 short answer question.
In this word search worksheet, students locate 41 words related to AP Biology. The list of words includes particles, anion, distance, and matter.
Fourth graders paricipate in a demonstration about bond strengths and bond types.
Young scholars study how to write chemical fomulas by reviewing the combinations atoms form into compounds. They write a procedure to test various substances and name the compounds and write formulas. As they construct models for formulas and formula ratios, they demonstrate how the molecules dissolve in water and complete a data table.
Young scholars investigate these fundamental chemical and cellular processes. They recognize the long-term danger that comes from a diet of fast food, chips, and soda, realize that avoiding diabetes is their responsibility, and establish healthy ways of living.