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Level 1: Mission Launch Covalent Bonding

Level 1: Mission Launch Covalent Bonding

Author: Tammy Keilman
Description:

-To begin our investigations into covalent bonding, molecules and VSEPR Theory.

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Tutorial

TUTORIAL INSTRUCTIONS

PLEASE COMPLETE THE TUTORIAL BY FOLLOWING THESE STEPS WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO TAKE APPROXIMATELY 50 MINUTES:

1. Complete the Bonding Inquiry Activity with a partner
2. Watch the TED-Ed video on molecule shapes
3. Read the article "Suffocating Tumors Could Lead to New Cancer Drugs" online and complete a 3-2-1

Molecules Inquiry

This worksheet is to be completed with a partner and is in part a review from our last unit but also includes information for you to investigate concerning our new unit.

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TED Ed Molecule Shapes Video

This is a TED Ed video for students to watch which introduces them to the fact that molecules are not the two-dimensional things we see on paper.

Source: ed.ted.com

Read the article

Read the article "Suffocating Tumors Could Lead to New Cancer Drugs" HERE and finish the 3-2-1 that follows.

3-2-1 Reading Slip

On your own read the article linked above in the tutorial instructions titled "Suffocating Tumor Cells Could Lead to New Cancer Drugs" and then complete this 3-2-1.

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