Ionic Review and Mineral Project

Unit 3: Unit 3: Bonding & Periodic Table Trends
Lesson 5 of 9

Objective: Students will be able to explain how ionic compounds are formed, name ionic compounds, and give characteristics of ionic compounds through completing a group project and completing a review worksheet.

Big Idea: Ionic compounds have specific characteristics and are formed when metals transfer electrons to non-metals.

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