Introduction to covalent bonding

Unit 4: Unit 2-Periodic Table and Bonding
Lesson 8 of 12

Objective: SWBAT predict the number and types of bonds (i.e. covalent, ionic) formed based on elements' outermost electrons and position on periodic table.

Big Idea: Differentiating between ionic and covalent bonding can be difficult for students, but with a little practice they can succeed.

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