Topic: Drawing Scientific Diagrams (Junior Chemistry).

26-slide presentation*.

Neatly laid out with clear and detailed explanations. Explains the rules for drawing scientific diagrams of laboratory equipment, including labelled experiment diagrams. Covers 16 of the most commonly used pieces of scientific equipment in secondary school laboratories.

Comprehensive enough for self-directed learning, although equally useful as a classroom presentation.

Also includes detailed Lesson Plan and Unit Outline.

Designed for the Australian National Curriculum: Year 7 Science

However, it would be useful for other junior science curriculums as well.

*Presentation is in Adobe Acrobat format.
View in full screen mode (Ctrl L) and scroll through slides with arrows; Esc to get out of full screen view, navigate through slides using Page Thumbnails on left side of page, just like a PowerPoint presentation.

A full preview of this resource is available at:

www.goodscienceworksheets.com/scientific-diagrams-presentation.shtml

Also available as part of various Introduction to Science Bundles:

www.goodscienceworksheets.com/PDFs/7au-intro-to-science-bundles.pdf

$4.21

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Created: Jan 25, 2017

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

Presentation

pdf, 2 MB

Scientific-Diagrams---Presentation

Lesson plan

pdf, 331 KB

Scientific-Diagrams---Lesson-Plan

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pdf, 293 KB

Laboratory-Equipment-and-Scientific-Diagrams---Unit-Outline

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