Part of the series Assignments in Chemistry.
Focuses on topics that students have traditionally found difficult, breaking them into sections and examining each one, step by step. There are many worked examples of calculations and sufficient questions for students to practise and master difficult concepts. There are an array of opportunities for students to test their scientific skills through the analysis and interpretation of diagrams, tables and graphs. Students will also extend their reasoning and literacy skills as they are guided through the application of theoretical concepts to practical examples. Research tasks are included to expand students' knowledge of the history of chemistry and the contributions of individual scientists.
Book 3 topics include:
- Problems with plastics
- The carbon cycle
- Amino acids and proteins
- Ethanol and ethane
- The atmosphere
- Roles of chemists
- Iron occurrence and manufacture
- The Solvay process
- Redox, Acids and bases
- Nuclear chemistry
- The corrosion of iron
Major Uses and Benefits
- Supplementary classroom lessons
- Homework activities
- Reinforcement of learning
- Extension work for advanced students
- Preparation for assessment
- Exam revision
- Creative teaching ideas
- Developing greater student interest and understanding
- A fresh approach to a topic or lesson
- A way of targeting student weaknesses
- Suitable for individual or group work
- A variety of activities for home study
|Product Type||Teacher Resources,|
|Year Level||Year 11, Year 12,|
|Author(s)||Wendy St Germain and Peter Gribben|
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