CHEM by Gloria

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This group of activities covers the periodic trends of atomic radius, electronegativity, and ionization energy. In one activity the students measure the atomic radius of several elements going across and down the periodic table. Once the students
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This powerpoint is over 50 slides and covers the periodic trends: electronegativity; ionization energy; and atomic radius. It is easy to understand and includes many quiz slides in order to check for understanding along the way. It is part of a
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The purpose of this activity is to provide a visual for students so that they can balance 5 chemical equations while obeying the Law of Conservation of Mass. Students will build species on either side of the chemical equation in order to balance
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This graphing activity, Atomic Number vs. Ionization Energy, will help students grasp a very difficult, but critical, concept in chemistry. This graphing activity includes 3 graphing worksheets for varying levels of ability. Data sheets of the first
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This power point includes 130 slides. The first slides are an introduction to Lewis Dot Structures and how they relate to Covalent Bonds. Included are 3 activities students can perform in order to understand the Duet, Sextet, and the Octet Rules
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This game is a fun and engaging way for students to apply the periodic trends of electronegativity, ionization energy, and atomic radius to some elements on the Periodic Table. There are also some review questions about names, symbols, Families, and
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This is a simple worksheet that the students color the 3 major categories of the Periodic Table of the Elements: Metals; Metalloids; and Nonmetals. The students will use this colored Periodic Table often as a reference for the rest of the year in
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The PowerPoint is an introduction to the overall organization of the Periodic Table of Elements. Topics covered are periods, series, Families of the PT, groups, atomic number, mass number, subatomic particles, Categories of the PT, and valence
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This is a PowerPoint with 32 items of Glassware/Equipment used in a Chemistry or AP Chemistry course. Some safety tips are given such as holding a test tube over a Bunsen burner and how to tell when the gas valve is on or off. There are several
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This is a blank Periodic Table that is used to make the blank Periodic Table posters for the 3 games in My Store CHEM by Gloria. The boxes are more square than a traditional periodic table and the element cards fit the boxes on this table. I took a
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Students rotate around 9 stations. The students will measure the dimensions of various objects and calculate their volume. Students will use a ruler, metric stick, yarn or string, and a graduated cylinder. Some of the shapes include a sphere,
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This is a power point that covers one of the most difficult concepts in chemistry for students, stoichiometry. Color is used to help students place the many conversion factors in the correct boxes, on the molar highway, also known as the factor
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The PowerPoint contains over 80 slides and primarily includes instructional slides covering ionic compound formation. Students will practice how to build ionic compounds using the correct ratios of positive and negative ions. The emphasis is on
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This is a fun game that two students play together. Each pair is given 25 element cards that they must place correctly on a Poster of the Periodic Table. Then the pair answers several questions based on the clue given. This is a fun and engaging
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The powerpoint covers how to calculate the volume of various shapes in a science lab, including a rectangular prism, a sphere, a cylinder, and an irregularly-shaped object. The slides go into great detail how to perform the measurements and then
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Students will be coloring the different families of the Periodic Table. The completed colored chart can be used as a resource when playing the interactive games created by CHEM by Gloria.
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This Density powerpoint is filled with sample density problems of several mystery metals. In addition it introduces students to percent error and how to calculate it using a Table of Literature Values of Density. Students need to view this
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This PowerPoint introduces students to GASES, reviews the 4 states of matter, connects intra-molecular and intermolecular forces to the states of matter, and covers some of the properties and laws of gases.The Kinetic Molecular Theory is reviewed
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught for 30 years. Some of the subjects I have taught at the high school level include chemistry, physics, integrated science, biology, US History, and Middle School life and physical science.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a big believer in actively engaging the student through hands on activities. I employ a lot of color in note taking, especially when teaching the more difficult concepts like the periodic trends and the molar highway-to name a few. I have taught chemistry more than any other subject so most of my lessons cover chemistry or physical science concepts. I make as many connections as possible to the other sciences and to history. I also include lots of writing in my activities because I think it is imperative for the development of their critical thinking and their communication skills. Over the years I have always sought critical comments from my former students who come back to visit me. I pick their brain about their experience in their college lab classes and how prepared they were when they left my class and entered a college level chemsitry lab. I want my students college and/or career ready. I always seek to improve my craft.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I coach the Academic Decathlon team at my high school. We have won the county competition many times and have qualified to compete at the state level. I have been a master teacher for science for many years.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a BA in History with Honors from UC Santa Barbara. I have over 100 additional units in chemistry, math, biology, and physics.I have a single subject teaching credential in Chemistry and Physics.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I love teaching and love to learn. I am constantly revising my lessons in order to make them more effective. I believe in giving my students immediate feedback and I am always figuring out ways to reach students who may have a hard time learning difficult concepts in science. I like to connect the advancements in science to the bigger picture of human history.

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