Hon Chemistry – Metallic Bonds (for 3/30 – 4/3/20)

HON CHEMISTRY: Molten iron, wow! Here’s the very short lecture on metallic bonding.

Aren’t you glad there are no structures to draw for metallic bonds?! Make sure you can use the electron sea model to explain the properties of metals. Also be able to compare and contrast all three types of bonds.

Have you made your own Chapter 6 “Stuff to Know Sheet”? Great way to get organized as you get ready for this test!!

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8 thoughts on “Hon Chemistry – Metallic Bonds (for 3/30 – 4/3/20)

  1. I rate myself 4/5 stars for this week of remote learning. I did all my work and did not get too far behind. This week was definitely a lot more work and was more difficult to keep up with all of my assignments.

  2. I would rate myself a 3.5/5 stars this week. There was a lot more work in all my classes across the board so I struggled to time manage a little more this week. I got a lot of work done on the project this week though so that time was productive. I still think are pace is okay but a little less would be nice with the project being due soon.

  3. This week I rate myself a 4 out of 5 because I did well with scheduling and staying on schedule, but I did not into consideration that some assignments would take longer. I would have scheduled things differently if I had thought about that. The pace this week was still pretty good this week, but I have the feeling that in the future I’m going to have to plan better.

  4. I give myself a 3/5 this week. Just like last week, I made a daily schedule. That has helped me split up my work a lot! However, I get off on my daily schedules A LOT. I end up pushing stuff of until the next day and getting overwhelmed. Also, starting the chemistry project has gone slowly and I really need to kick it up a notch, but I am glad we do not have chem work after the test so I can work on the project a lot. There was a lot of chem work this week, but I felt like splitting stuff up on a day to day basis was really good! All I have left is the stuff to know sheet!

  5. I would rate myself a 4/5 for the week. I got ahead in all my classes early in the week, so that really helped me for the rest of the week. I tried my best not to procrastinate on any of my assignments, and I actually did pretty well at completing my work every day. Because I got ahead early on in the week, I began to be able to focus a lot more on my chemistry project and I have actually been able to make fairly good progress.I am really looking forward to having less work after the test so I am able to put ALL my focus into the project!

  6. I would rate myself a 3.5/5 this week. Since there was more work this week, I struggled to stay ahead on everything. However, I did manage to get a nice start on my chemistry project and made some good progress on that. There was definitely a lot more chemistry work this week, and the workload on top of the project may be hard to manage.

  7. I rate myself a 3/5 this week for remote learning. I was on top of things at the beginning but i procrastinated all my work. I did understand all concepts and videos this week and I made more good progress on the project.

  8. I would rate myself a 3/5 stars for this week because I procrastinated on my work a few times and I kind of struggled to stay ahead of everything like I wanted to. I studied for the test and worked on the project a lot though, I am making good progress on that. Hopefully next week I can get everything turned in on time.

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