For the past few years after my students finish the AP Chemistry exam early May, I have had my students read "The Disappearing Spoon" by Sam Kean - a book that talks about the elements and the scientists who discovered and created them in a really fun, creative, humanizing way. The book is in five p
This product is designed to improve students' speaking and listening skills in a science classroom while pushing them to analyze a scientific text. In science, there is more and more debate on whether or not viruses are considered living or non-living which gives us the opportunity to push our stude
Solve each chemical element for the number of valence electrons indicated by its atomic mass and use that answer to determine the color of each section. For example hydrogen has 1 valence electron so wherever you see "H" use the number color 1 which is yellow.
Introducing literacy into the content areas is a best practice in today's high school science classroom. This reading guide is designed to be used by students reading E=mc2, A Biography of the World's Most Famous Equation by David Bodanis. There are over 150 questions written by me, a high school p