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Chemical Compounds and Subscripts
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|School / Organization||New Roots Charter School|
|Title||Chemical Compounds and Subscripts|
|Keywords||Chemical Compounds, Subscripts, Ion, Bonding|
|Level||High School, Middle School|
|Science as Inquiry - A|
|Physical Science - B|
|Life Science - C|
|Earth & Space Science - D|
|Science & Technology - E|
|Science in Personal and Social Perspective - F|
|History and Nature of Science - G|
Nominations for Gold Star
What do you think about this activity? How did you use it or change it for your class? Professionally constructive comments welcome.
- The question you being with is very interesting "Why do some elements form +1 ions? Why do others form +2 ions? And yet, still others form-‐1,-‐2or-‐3 ions?" I think I might try to use this as a challenge for my students. I don't see where you ask the students to make sense of their investigation and I encourage you to do so. It is easy to update your activity if you do make changes. 12/12/09 Trish Loeblein
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