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I offered extra credit to students who wanted to write their own version of the play.Remembering the original "Dating Game" show may be out of reach for some teachers.At the end, you will let us know who you think H should partner with! (set: $H to 1) (set: $Hspecial to 0) (set: $Hmatch to 0) OMG Hi! I'm so excited to be here and I TOTALLY want to bond with H! The negative electron cancels out the positive proton.

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I offered extra credit to students who wanted to write their own version of the play.

Remembering the original "Dating Game" show may be out of reach for some teachers.

At the end, you will let us know who you think H should partner with! ]] (set: $H to 1) (set: $Hspecial to 0) (set: $Hmatch to 0) OMG Hi! I'm so excited to be here and I TOTALLY want to bond with H! The negative electron cancels out the positive proton.

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1) All the stuff around you is made of ''matter''.

Matter can be broken into tiny particles called ''atoms''. Can you tell me why you are the perfect match for Hydrogen? We are both Hydrogen atoms so I think the pairing would be perfect! (if: $Hspecial is 1)[ I want to Meet D I want to meet He (if: $H is 1 and $D is 1 and $He is 1)[

1) All the stuff around you is made of ''matter''.Matter can be broken into tiny particles called ''atoms''. Can you tell me why you are the perfect match for Hydrogen? We are both Hydrogen atoms so I think the pairing would be perfect! (if: $Hspecial is 1)[ I want to Meet D I want to meet He (if: $H is 1 and $D is 1 and $He is 1)[ I have talked to all of the contestants, I know who H should choose! Well, I'm postively charged which is why I'm so happy!They must combine with atoms of other elements to become stable.When an atom of one element enters into chemical combination with another element, both atoms usually attain a stable outer shell consisting of eight electrons.Anther difficulty might be in finding overhead projectors!

But for those of us old enough to remember, this is a very cute activity for teaching ionic bonding.Although is program is no longer on TV it is still an exciting way for students to learn about the pattern of the Periodical Table and what how elements bond. During this activity the students assist the teacher in drawing each of the atoms to see who is best suited for each other.This game relies on an old TV game show called the ‘Dating Game’. Oxygen has to find a suitable mate among three eligible male suitors such as Mr. This is a fun way to get students to understand and visualize how atoms combine.Because of this I'm called an ''ion'' of Hydrogen. I have talked to all of the contestants, I know who H should choose!]](set: $Heabout to 1) You mean you haven't heard of my nobility? Well, because I am the second most common element in the universe, I am terribly important. Which can only mean that I'm better than Hydrogen!I like the inquiry component of allowing students to discover why the periodic table is arranged the way it is.

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But for those of us old enough to remember, this is a very cute activity for teaching ionic bonding.

Although is program is no longer on TV it is still an exciting way for students to learn about the pattern of the Periodical Table and what how elements bond. During this activity the students assist the teacher in drawing each of the atoms to see who is best suited for each other.

This game relies on an old TV game show called the ‘Dating Game’. Oxygen has to find a suitable mate among three eligible male suitors such as Mr. This is a fun way to get students to understand and visualize how atoms combine.

Because of this I'm called an ''ion'' of Hydrogen. Why do you think you are the best match for Hydrogen? |I want to meet He (if: $H is 1 and $D is 1 and $He is 1)[ I have talked to all of the contestants, I know who H should choose!

]](set: $Heabout to 1) You mean you haven't heard of my nobility? Well, because I am the second most common element in the universe, I am terribly important. Which can only mean that I'm better than Hydrogen!

I like the inquiry component of allowing students to discover why the periodic table is arranged the way it is.

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