Admit Slip Draw a sketch of Na giving electrons to O to make the ionic compound Na 2 O.
Today’s Agenda Admit Slip SAT Pre-Assessment Ionic Compound Animation Project! Homework: Project is due by Thurs 11/14!
Objectives Students will be able to: – Predict the ions that elements will form – Predict the ionic compound that two elements will form – Create an animation showing electrons being given by metals to nonmetals to make an ionic compound.
Ionic Compound Animation Project As a group of 2, you need to make a PowerPoint with animations to show 3 examples of how electrons are given and taken to make an ionic compound. Your elements and compounds should be different than mine. Your elements must have – the correct number of electrons (smaller is probably easier) – The correct valence electrons moving from metal to nonmetal – The correct ionic charges and ionic compound
Example 1: Na and F Na +1 + F -1 NaF Na F Na +1 F -1
Example 2: Ca and Cl Ca +2 + 2Cl -1 CaCl 2 Ca Cl Ca +2 Cl -1 Cl
Example 3: Mg and N 3Mg +2 + 2N -3 Mg 3 N 2 Mg N Mg +2 N -3 Mg N
You can use this file to get started but you must have different elements and compounds: – Example 1: The charges should be opposites (+1 and -1), (+2 and -2), or (+3 and -3) – Example 2: One charge should be -1 or +1 and the other charge should be +/-2 or +/-3 – Example 3: One charge should be +/- 2 and the other should be +/-3. You will have today to work on the PowerPoint in class and it will be due by Wednesday 11/21!
Classwork Choose your partner. Decide which ionic compounds you would like to make. Download this PowerPoint from our blog. http://msmannion.wordpress.com http://msmannion.wordpress.com Work quietly for the rest of the period with your partner. PowerPoints are due by Thursday to firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com