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Population Genetics: The Hardy Weinberg Principle. In this lab, three human genetic traits will be observed in a population. Students will conduct a random sample, and determine the frequency of the alleles in the population using the Hardy Weinberg equation. No materials are required other than pe

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Stoichiometry is difficult for most chemistry students. They get tangled up in the calculations and get so stuck in the “I don’t get it” mode that you can’t break them loose to show them that they can.
This set of stoichiometry maps will guide your students so that they don’t get stuck in the firs

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Students will demonstrate how to measure acceleration and “deceleration.” They will calculate their acceleration over a 20 m run and then graph the results.
Each student will measure their acceleration over a 20 m run. Two students will run 20 m from the start line and accelerate to as fast as th

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These are some intro practice problems in the topic of momentum. As with my other worksheets, this one includes guidelines to help the students organize their work.
This is meant for a younger, introductory class. The math-level of the problems is for students who are either in pre-algebra or alg

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One page worksheet with answer key. Students calculate density, mass or volume using the other two values and determine if substances will float or sink in pure water at 4C.

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This worksheet is intended to give students the opportunity to calculate Kinetic Energy from various real world scenarios.
Then the worksheet transitions to having the students do a series of calculations (series 1: changing mass vs kinetic energy; series 2: changing velocity vs kinetic energy) and

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This worksheet was made for my 7th graders and goes with Missouri GLE SC2FM2B07b (...an object's weight is a measure of the gravitational force...). It is also very appropriate for Physical Science or upper level courses. The worksheet contains over 40 calculations (10 questions have 3 parts each) a

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This 1 page worksheet has 10 problems for calculating the waves' frequency, velocity or wavelength given the other 2 values. The second sheet is a completed teacher's answer key.

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A worksheet with five problems that gives students practice solving for acceleration using the formula final velocity minus initial velocity over time. Can be used as a homework assignment or as a quick in-class review. Questions are great for quizzes too!

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Diaper Dissection is a hands-on activity to understanding how sodium polyacrylate works in a diaper. Your students will use scales, measuring and solving equations building upon basic science and math concepts in relation to finding the mass. Students will explore metric measurement, volume, math, a

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This is a short set of kinematics problems that I use after I do the Free Fall Activity and walk the students through a few example problems. It uses the concept of accelerated motion (by gravity) to find distance, final velocity, and time in the context people acting in stories (which is more fun

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This is a graphing activity that emphasizes the different trends of the periodic table. Especially the relationships or trends of electronegativity, ionization energy, atomic radius. I originally wrote this activity over 20 years ago and I can assure you that your students will get a greater underst

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This practice page gives students an opportunity to work with computation regarding wavelength, frequency, speed, and distance. A visual aid is available for students to reference.
Answer key is included for reference!

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This is the force and motion test for my general science and lower level physics classes. It is 6 pages long and contains:
Matching (terms)
Multiple Choice (concept application)
Short Answer (some terms, some concepts)
Drawing FBDs & Graphs
2 pages of problems (with guidelines, but no givens)

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This is an activity for partners that I use for my freshman general science class and conceptual physics class. It could be used for more advanced middle school students. It focuses on Work and Power and has students consider the effect of time on their power output after doing the activity and so

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This file includes a teacher copy of basic notes to introduce the concepts of work & power, a student copy with blanks to fill in for those students who need help taking notes, and practice problems to help the students apply work and power and get used to identifying the quantities by their uni

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Students will calculate the rate of acceleration by using the provided formulas.
Two example problems are given, and there are 13 practice problems. I have used this worksheet as a study guide for a test as well as for a quiz.
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Textbook and student workbook: 2 in 1.
INSPIRATION + PRACTICE + FUN = SOLID KNOWLEDGE
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This is a relatively simple sheet that I use with my freshman general science classes as well as lower level introductory physics classes. The first page has 6 problems that are straightforward F = ma problems (initially with guidelines, then later without). The second page has 3 problems in which

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This file includes the introductory notes and practice problems that I use with my freshman general science classes and lower level physics classes. There are [the usual] guidelines for the first problem of each type to get the students started. The math-level of the problems is for students who a

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Are your students struggling with calculation pH from hydronium or hydroxide concentrations? This color map is super helpful. My students are able to make their calculations quickly and accurately using it. I use this in my pre-AP chemistry class.
Have them note what they know – pH, pOH, hydroni

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This is a lab activity that I do with all levels of my physics classes (conceptual, accelerated, honors) as well as with my more advanced freshman general science classes. It is part of the 2-D motion (projectiles) unit and is a real-world "horizontal projectile" problem.
First, the students let a

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This comprehensive mixture lab activity includes the following objectives:
•Observe and record the physical properties of pure substances
•Determine a method to separate pure substances from a mixture
•Separate pure substances from a mixture

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A simple worksheet for students to understand the difference between Balanced and Unbalanced forces and the use of proper units.

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