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Deciphering What Chemicals Are In Your Food/Drinks

Category Criterion

Name of Course/Class:
Chemistry- Naming Binary Compounds.

Grade Level: 10th Grade

Technology/Resources/Materials:
Background
1 per student: 1 per group: 1 per class: Other:

- 1 small square piece of paper N/A - PowerPoint N/A


- Student Notes (digital and Presentation on
printed available) Naming Binary
- Practice Problems worksheet Compounds
- Do Now Question (posted on - Kahoot Game
Google Classroom) - Laser/slide advancer
- Smart Board

Accommodations Modifications
- Use non-verbal ques to remind the 504 students to stay on - IEP students may be given additional time to complete
task and to encourage them to ask additional questions. the homework, in order to reduce stress and anxiety.

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Weblink to your curriculum: https://sites.google.com/a/acitech.org/acit-science-curriculum/chemistry

Objective:
Using 5 multiple choice questions via Kahoot, learners will be able to construct the names of multiple binary molecules with 80% accuracy.
Orient Essential Question:
the Look at the ingredients on the back of this food product (display picture on Smart Board). Based solely on the names, can you tell me what the compound looks
like? Why do you think they write down the names of the molecules rather than the molecular formula on food products?
learner:
Standards:
ISTE Next Generation

6a: Science (NJSLS-S 2014):


Students choose the appropriate platforms and tools for meeting The periodic table orders elements horizontally by the number of
the desired objectives of their creation or communication. protons in the atoms nucleus and places those with similar
chemical properties in columns. The repeating patterns of this
table reflect patterns of outer electron states.
(HS-PS1-1),(HS-PS1-2)

Interdisciplinary Standards

Common Core
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.9-10.4.B
Identify and correctly use patterns of word changes that indicate different meanings or parts of speech.

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Anticipatory Set/Hook/Daily Review:
On your piece of paper, please draw: 1) a unicorn 2) a trident spear 3) an octopus 4) a bicycle
Then, gather in a group of 4 and show one another your drawings. What is similar and what is different? This will help relate the use of prefixes in well-known
objects and help students correlate the prefix to a specific number (Example: TRIdent for three-prongs). Prefixes will be used to name molecules; they will tell
you how many of each atom there are in a specific molecule.
Time to complete: 5 minutes

Input/Modeling or Present Information:


PowerPoint presentation on the Smart Board about Naming Group A Ionic and Molecular Binary Compounds. Students should be able to determine whether a
molecule is a Group A Ionic Compound or a Molecular Compound based on the types of atoms used (Group A metal + nonmetal = Group A Ionic; Two non-
metals= Molecular). Students will follow along with their skeleton notes (both paper and digital copies are provided) and fill in the blanks and the instructor
teaches the rules for naming molecules.
Instructional Time to complete: 16 minutes
Design:
Check for Understanding/Provide Learner Guidance:
Verbal Q&A:
1) If I have Sodium Chloride, does that fall under the category of a Group A Ionic Compound or a Molecular Compounds?
2) After adding a prefix to a Molecular Compound, we drop the first vowel if there are two in a row. What two prefixes are the exceptions to this rule?

Time to complete: 2 minutes

Guided Practice with coaching /Elicit Performance:


Teacher will write 3 Practice Problems on the board. With participation from the class, together, we will go over and complete these practice problems. Practice
Problems will be 2 Molecular Compound names and students will have to identify what the molecule looks like (using the prefixes). There will be one
molecular formula and students will have to name it (again, using the proper prefixes).

Time to complete: 3 minutes

Independent Practice/Provide informative feedback:


Students will work on their Naming Molecules worksheet (posted on Google Classroom). The instructor will walk around answering questions ensuring that
everyone is understanding the work, and assisting those who are struggling. Teacher will then review the answers with the students, via student participation.
Time to complete: 8 minutes

Closure:
1. What is the suffix for the second word of every molecules name?
2. Do we need prefixes for Group A Ionic Compounds? For Molecular Compounds?

Time to complete: 3 minutes

Formal Assessment:
Using 5 multiple choice questions via Kahoot, learners will be able to construct the names of multiple binary molecules with 80% accuracy.
Time to complete: 6 minutes

Enhance/Transfer:
The next time you go to the store, look at the ingredients for your foods, drinks, fertilizers, rock salts, etc. and see if you can identify the molecules based off of
their names.
Time to complete: 2 minutes

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Student Feedback:
Would it have been better to use a quiz or another type of game to determine if you understood the material?
Recommendation:

Teacher Feedback:
Were the practice problems on the worksheet were too easy or too difficult? Would the lesson have been more effective if the students were put into small
groups or pairs?