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  1.   Falling Hydrogen Ions
Water icon spacer Water Lesson Plans "Falling Hydrogen Ions" Lesson Plan Keywords: pH, acid rain Prepared by: Jack Lyke, State College Area School District Setting: classroom Grade Level: tenth grade Total Time for Lesson: 48 minutes Concepts to Be Covered Review of pH and pH scale. What acid rain is and what the effects are on wildlife, soil, and vegetation in...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  2.   Comet Myths, Facts and Legends
Comet Myths, Facts and Legends Teacher Page: Lesson Plan [ Overview ] [ Author ] [ Lesson Plan ] [ National Standards ] [ Science Background ] [ Grab Bag ] [ Computer Needs ] [ Back to the Lesson ] [ Index ] Index: Goal/Purpose Desired Learning Outcomes Prerequisites New Vocabulary General Misconceptions Preparation Time Execution Time by Module Physical Layout of Room Materials Procedure / Directions Evalua...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  3.   Online Exploration: Comets
Homepage for educators and developers Teaching tools Astronomy basics E/PO resources Teaching tools > With guides > Overview: Comets Overview of "Online exploration: Comets" Description | How to use it in the classroom | Related materials | Printable parts Description: Online exploration: Comets allows students to whip up a batch of comets without trashing the kitchen. Students mix different ingredients, elements, and compounds found in a comet's nucleus to make com...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  4.   Ions, Acids, and Bases
The 39-drops Lab – Ions, Acids, and Bases (2-day lab) Genevieve Wilde Mentor: Mrs. Kippy Russo Roosevelt Junior High School, Altoona Room 218 23. February 2006 1. Grade Level and Topic This lesson is to be taught to a 7th grade class. Students will be completing a lab with acids and bases, and using their notes and notebooks t...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  5.   Introduction to Polyatomic Ions
Introduction to Polyatomic Ions by Water Quality Kevin Carini Page County Public Schools Topic: polyatomic ions Overview This lesson will introduce the common polyatomic ions that are required to be recognized by students for the SOL. Water quality test will be incorporated for students to gain valuable laboratory sk...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   Ion Formation
Description This lesson is targeted for Regents Chemistry students in grades 10-12. The lesson contains both SMART Board resources as well as a BrainPOP video. This is the introductory lesson for ionic bonding. However, basic concepts previously learned, such as atomic structure and electron configurations are revie...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  7.   atoms,ions,molecules
7/08/08 Sean McClish Middle School Science 1st period Atoms, Ions, and Molecules: Approximate Time: 100 minutes Objectives: 1.(DOK 2 Science 8.8b)TSW take a quiz on periodic table, and subatomic particles 2.(DOK 2 Science 8.8d)TSW distinguish between atoms, ions, and molecules in an in-class assignment Materials: construction paper dry erase markers handouts Set:Last...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  8.   Micro-Magic With Sticky Ions
MICRO-MAGIC WITH STICKY IONS Grades 9-12 In this lesson the students cause some chemical compounds to form from clear solutions and discover why the components stick together. The students mix pairs of compounds in solution form, note which combinations produce a precipitate, identify the precipitate, and explain the cause of ionic...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  9.   Tangible Items: Difference between an atom and an ion
Focused Learning Lesson Science Grades 9 - 12 PS-H-A2 (Lesson 1 of 2) Overview: This lesson uses tangible items to help students understand the difference between an atom and an ion. Once students understand these concepts, they can better grasp the concepts of chemical formulas and equations. Approximate Duration: 45 minutes for day one Benchmark: PS-H-A2 understanding the language of chemistry (formulas, equations, symbols) and its relationship to molecules, atoms, ions, and subat...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  10.   Ion (Derstand) Bonding through Energy Level Diagrams
Ion (Derstand) Bonding through Energy Level Diagrams Turbov, Jane St. Viator High School 392-4050 Objective(s): Students will be able to: 1) Determine the number of valence electrons using energy level diagrams 2) Explain why elements lose or gain electrons during ionic bonding (in terms of noble gas stabili...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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