It might be fun, but disappointing that it does not actually teach students anything about why some elements are more reactive than others. In essence you ask the students to remember the reactivity list and 1 rule: the one that sits higher displaces the one lower (no different from teaching them to count 1 to 10 in order really). An approach from how the reactivity list comes about (why the ordering?) and get the student to work from the reasoning would be preferable.
Disco’s Main Features:
The term disco was first used in print in an article by Vince Aletti
in September 13, 1973 edition of Rolling Stone magazine titled "Discotheque Rock '72: Paaaaarty
Disco is a genre of dance-oriented music that originated in African American communities in the 1970s.
Musical influences include funk, jazz and soul music.
It has a steady "four-on-the-floor" beat.
This resource contains a number of worksheets and activities that will help Chinese students learn Chemistry in an English school environment. It includes:
* 3 page dictionary of key English chemistry science words (both Chinese and English). Parts of this list have been broken down into smaller themed lists to act as worksheets for the students (eg periodic table; acids and bases).
* A Chinese period table,
* Metals/non metals (w/s with pictures to describe properties)
* A funworder requiring the student to find the English element
* Some cloze style activities
* A crossword and other starters.
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 the fourth lesson in the Amount of Substance topic in Module 2 - Foundations in Chemistry.
After PAG 1.3 has been performed I teach this lesson. The powerpoint covers moles, volume and concentration calculations and re-arranging the equations. converting between units and making up a standard solution using equations.
The worksheets help practice equation and calculation practice and there is a practical sheet for making up a standard solution for students and teachers.