Print and go reading comprehension practice. Use it to teach reading skills and science at the same time. Your students will better understand chemistry after learning its history.
This one-page reading passage teaches about Robert Boyle's place in the history of chemistry. This is not a complete biography of Robert Boyle, but focuses on his experiment on gas volume and pressure as a part of the progression of chemistry in history.
* The reading passage is titled The Sceptical Chymist after Boyle's famous book.
☂ 1 Reading Passages on the History of Chemistry: Robert Boyle
☂ 1 Question Page with Multiple Choice and Short Answer Questions
☂ Answer Key
This resource is a part of a bundle! History of Chemistry
Other History of Chemistry Topics
☂ Ancient Times
☂ Ancient Greece
☂ Robert Boyle
☂ John Dalton
☂ Electricity and Water
☂ Avogadro's Law
☂ The Periodic Table
☂ The Gold Foil Experiment
☂ Atomic Numbers
☂ Strong Nuclear Force
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