Bonding Inquiry Activity

Unit 4: Unit 2-Periodic Table and Bonding
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Objective: SWBAT differentiate between metals and nonmetals with regard to number of valence electrons, electron behavior and ability to become an anion or cation.

Big Idea: Ionic and covalent bonds result from the gain, loss or sharing of electrons.

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