Tyler DeWitt tackles some problems that are often encountered in high school introductory chemistry courses. He is easy to understand and gives students a plan of attack for chemistry problems. Check him out on YouTube first!
This video guide pack comes with links to YouTube videos for each of the topics covered (in no particular order...):
Stoichiometry using molar ratios (21:00 video)
Stoichiometry converting grams to moles to grams (2 videos, 10:46 and 6:47)
Introduction to Balancing Reactions (12:22 video)
Balancing Reactions (14:56 video)
Molarity I (9:43 video)
Molarity II (11:17 video)
How to Choose Which Gas Law to use (12:59 video)
Colorful Chemistry (acid-base indicators, 11:25 video)
How to Calculate Molar Mass (13:11 video)
Nuclear Half Life Calculations (8:13 video)
Nuclear Fission (8:58 video)
Intro to moles (10:49 video)
Intro to writing ionic formulas from names (11:43 video)
Archimedes and the gold crown (9:10 video)
Mole ratio problems (21:00 video)
Ideal Gas Laws Practice Problems (10:52 video)
I have the examples he discusses in the videos on the sheets, often with a little bit of scaffolding to help students get the most out of the video. As I add more video guides, I will add them to this document and you will be able to download them for no added charge!
I include an opportunity for students to think about their learning at the end - a little metacognition is never a bad thing...
If you have other Tyler DeWitt videos you would like video guide sheets to see or be created, please ask in the questions/comments field.
Check out my info page: https://sites.google.com/site/aa31labs/