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Lewis Dot Diagrams (Sec 4 SE and Sec 4 ST) Part 2

In this second lesson, students review the concepts of ionic and covalent bonding using the Lewis notation model. In this review, the difference between ionic bonding where electrons are donated or received, and covalent bonding where they are shared, is explained through key examples.

Learning Goals:

  • To represent atoms using Lewis notation
  • To make a schematic representation of a covalent bond
  • To make a schematic representation of an ionic bond
Related Textbook Pages:
  • Quantum Chemistry, Third Year of Secondary Cycle Two, Chenelière Éducation, 2011, p 7, pp 28-29
  • Observatory: The Environment, Second Year of Secondary Cycle Two, ERPI, 2009, p 27, pp 45-47
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