Teachers TV video collection - Secondary Science - KS3 & KS4 Classroom Resources - Chemistry
KS3 & KS4 Classroom Resources - Chemistry
This collection of classroom resources covers a range of KS3 and KS4 Chemistry topics.
- From the Hindu festival of Dessehra to a kitchen in Chinatown, we bring you five demonstrations of non-reversible changes resulting in new materials.
- We blast rock in a quarry, see ice sculptures made and melting and water changing state. Then using animation, we take a close look at a rainy day and investigate gases expanding balloons.
- Secrets of Spider Silk is a fascinating exploration of the properties of a super-material found in nature which has presented scientists with a challenge to synthesize.
- Which elements are the most reactive? Can we use the Periodic Table to predict? Ferocious Elements places the elements in context with some exciting reactions rarely seen on TV.
- Follow a science teacher as she gets expert advice on how to demonstrate spectacular reactions from Groups 1 and 7 of the Periodic Table safely and effectively.
- Inside Science spends a week with the British Geological Survey Team as they hop into 4x4s and navigate treacherous sand dunes to produce a geological map of the entire United Arab Emirates.
- Inside Science meets two of the UK’s top forensic scientists, who explain the chemistry behind forensic testing which has helped resolve two of the UK’s most notorious recent murder investigations.
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