This worksheet allows students to see chemical and physical changes, identify new ones (delete the P and C text boxes that you want your students to answer), come up with definitions and synthesize information. This is a great introduction to
Do you want to get the six big ideas of AP Chemistry across with visuals? Print this as a poster for your classroom, add it to your syllabus, or have students recreate it in a different way. However you choose to present it, enjoy it!
Let this serve as an introduction to Acids and Bases with pH. The powerpoint walks students through definitions, examples, and applications of acids and bases with problems on pH. The guided notes keeps students on track, engaged and accountable for
Students will learn what a scientific claims, evidence, and reasoning look like from examples and qualifiers at the top of the handout. At the bottom of the handout they have to make their own. Feel free to be creative with this and have them
This is a simple powerpoint with the most common lab tools used in the chemistry classroom. I originally made this for a substitute teacher to teach my students since I had to be out for PD. It worked very well. I've added a notes organizer and a
This is a great introductory lesson to have students examine different elements nuclear stability with the "Nuclear App" (free download on the App store). I designed a procedure for students to follow that has them investigate neutron/proton ratios
This assessment is designed to get students to identify names a function of the most common lab tools in the chemistry setting. On page 2, there are multiple choice, higher level thinking problems as well. The open ended question has students design
In our school district we focus on transfer tasks after each unit to ensure students can transfer their knowledge and critical thinking skills into a new and unique problem. This is a specific transfer task that I developed that has students design
For each content specific test, I make my AP Chemistry students predict their AP Score. You can change the title and use it for every test! This is a great tool for reflection and making students think about their assessment.