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Pupils need to 'speed date' with each other to find another element (or elements) to form a bond with in order to make a compound.
Pupils are given a 'dating card' each which gives an element and some information about them.
Now in the usual speed dating format, ask metals (or non-metals) to sit at desks whilst the others circulate round with their profiles.
They have 5 minutes with each other before a bell is rung and they move on. During each ‘date’ each element should inspect each other’s profile and fill in a compatibility sheet.
There were whiteboards at the lab tables and I had them divide the boards in half.
They wrote their equation along the top of their half of the board, and then flipped the board around so that they were working on each other’s equations. What’s great about this setup is that the students immediately become tutors of “their” equations.
It gives the relationship passion and drive in a way nothing else can. A particular person may not act on it immediately, but he or she feels the attraction within.
This is so common that people have come to believe that chemistry is either there or it isn’t, and that you know within seconds.
For full details on how to carry out the activity please visit the Snapshot Science website.
I think couples who don’t share strong chemistry may have additional problems during the ups and downs of a life together.
After 35 years of counseling couples, it has become clear to me that a strong physical bond helps two people want to fight through the problems between them.
This took about 30-50 minutes depending on the class, especially as I wanted to make sure that (a) they got all the steps correct and (b) they understood how to get the right answer for their equation.
After all groups had equations ready, I had them go to the lab (so they were standing up) and pair up with another lab group.
I could go on and on listing his great traits, but I never felt a sense of chemistry. This man obviously likes me, and has called for a second date. During our first evening together, I didn’t feel any chemistry with him, but will that come later? Your wonderful letter has gotten right to the heart of a common problem.