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Students study vocabulary based on chemistry terms by creating flash cards. In this scientific vocabulary lesson, students utilize a chemistry word or phrase to create a card which uses the term, describes it in the student's words, and represents it with a graphic or picture. Students utilize these cards to prepare for the vocab quiz.
While this resource does not provide problems for chemistry learners to solve, it outlines skills that they should have and concepts that they should grasp. Topics include thermodynamics, periodicity, redox equilibria, transition metals, and inorganic compounds. This could be a personal tool for you to help plan your curriculum, or you could hand it out to your class as a study guide prior to an exam.
First semester high school chemists can show what they know by taking this test. It questions students on their understanding of atomic and molecular structure, chemical formulas, balancing equations, and stoichiometric problem solving. A list of solubility rules and a periodic table of elements is included for reference. If you teach general chemistry, this resource will prove to be a useful review or actual exam for your class.
Why create a final exam from scratch when resources like this are available online? Dr. Cary Willard of Grossmont College has posted final exams from his chemistry course that are quite applicable to any general chemistry course, high school or college. This version consists of 12 multiple-choice questions and 13 problem-solving questions. Check it out!
A thorough examination of chemistry learners' skills is provided by this resource. General chemistry classes that have covered empirical formulas, chemical nomenclature, solubility, chemical reactions, and molecular mass will demonstrate their skills through problem solving and short answers.
Junior chemists answer questions about oxidation-reactions and they write balanced half-reaction and full-reaction equations. The instructional activity is tidy and to-the-point. The topic covered should fit with any general chemistry curriculum and would make an ideal homework assignment.
A valuable resource provides a list of concepts that young chemists should grasp. The topics include energetics, kinetics, equilibria, redox reactions, and the halogen group. Employ this as a guide for your own curriculum planning, or a study guide for your chemistry class to use in preparation for an exam.