Compounds & Chemical Reactions

Extra Resources for

Included in this document are additional resources from those within the Compounds & Chemical Reactions Module located within the content. Your first priority should be to go through the module page-by-page; reading information, watching videos, taking notes, doing the simulations and activities. The information below will be additional help in working through this module to help you learn and understand the concepts. At any point of progressing through the information, if you have any questions please contact me. It is really important to understand the concepts before progressing to the future modules.

News Announcements to Look For:

Change in Discussion Requirement

For the Discussion prompt in this module, students will need to chose a unique element, research the symbol and CREATE an interactive picture. Use to create your interactive image. They should check out the News Announcements if help is needed setting up a free account or creating a new image. The goal is to tag the picture with interesting information about the element of their choice. Learn where the symbol comes from, what correlation the symbol has to the element name, and any other interesting facts about the element, its name, or its symbol. I have also provided an example for students to view.

Fun Songs to Review the Concepts

Atoms Bonding Song
Chemistry Music Video 16: What Kind Of Bonds Are These?
Chemical Reactions Song
Chemistry Music Video 19: Don't Break The Law

Review & Ask Questions at the Live Synchronous Session.

If you cannot attend the live session, you can listen to the recording and receive the benefits of reviewing. If you know you cannot attend, but would like me to address a specific question you can email me the question and I will cover it for you. :) The recording link is located on the right side of the Course Homepage under User Links.

Atomic Hook-Ups - Types of Chemical Bonds: CrashCourse Video

Atomic Hook-Ups - Types of Chemical Bonds: Crash Course Chemistry #22

Be a Fly on the Wall in this Chemistry Lab

Synthesis Reaction
Decomposition Reaction
Single Replacement Reaction
Double Replacement Reaction