A presentation which gives an overview of the basics of aromatic compounds in chemistry. Includes a feature which focuses on how aromatic compounds found on a meteor have been used to investigate whether or not their is life on Mars.
A document which contains information about aromatic compounds - some of it is correct and some of it isn't. Students work individually or in groups to assess what's right and what's not.
This is a very good resource for assessing deep understanding.
Ideal for Scottish Higher, English A-Level, or the equivalent.
Eva Hesse, Untitled (Rope Piece), 1970, rope, latex, string, wire, variable dimensions (Whitney Museum of American Art)
Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker
For more: http://smarthistory.org/untitled-rope-piece.html
This is end of Module 2 Assessment which has been typed up from inside the OCR textbook as there was no electronic version available. This covers all of the topics below:
Atoms, compounds, molecules and equations
Amount of Substance
Acid-base and redox reactions
Electrons, bonding and structure
This assessment includes a range of multiple choice and longer answer questions to get students ready for the summer exams. Spaces can be typed in for students to write under the questions or they can also answer on another piece of paper. The corresponding markscheme is available as well.
I use this at the end of Module 2 to inform progress before larger assessment week exams.
This is lesson 4 in the Electrons, bonding and structure topic in Module 2 - Foundations in Chemistry.
The powerpoint covers bonding pairs vs lone pairs repulsion, drawing simple shapes and a rule list for helping determine how many LP and BP and therefore what shape is produced. It also goes onto multiple bonds. I encourage the use of molymod kits for this lesson too, which helps with the 3D aspect of bonding.