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These popular Skills Practice worksheets help your students master six important gas laws. With scaffolded questions, students will learn how to perform all of the calculations involved Boyle's Law, Charles's Law, Gay-Lussac's Law, the Combined Gas Law, Avogadro's Law, and the Ideal Gas Law. With three different versions for teach law, your students will get the practice they need. Three different formats for each law give you a variety of options such as printed worksheets, digital worksheets, or online, self-grading quizzes.
Features that make these a great value:
- Printable PDF—Included in your packet is a printable PDF. It includes the three Skills Practice sheets and the answer keys for each. These are ready to print and hand out to your students so they can practice their computational skills using formula math related to six different gas laws:
- Self-Checking Checksum—Whether you decide to print the Skills Practice sheets or make them a digital assignment, the checksum allows students to easily confirm they have completed all calculations accurately. To assess only the students' skills at using the formula for the gas laws, students must round all answers to the tenths place. In some cases, this ignores the rules of significant figures but allows the checksum to assess only the one skill.
- Answer Sheets—Your time is valuable. Included with each Skills Practice is an answer key with all work shown.
- Google Docs—In addition to the print version, your purchase grants you access to the original, editable document created in Google Docs. If you want to make changes, remove the Checksum, or use them for digital assignments. Make your own copy of the Google Doc and you are ready to go.
- Google Forms Quizzes—I have also included access to online, self-grading quizzes. All three versions of the skills practices are available for immediate assignment to your students.
- 1:1 Classroom Enhanced—Assign the Google Doc through Google Classroom and your students can complete their practice right on their own computer.