Creative Chemistry
 (6)
United States - Texas
Creative Chemistry
3.7
2 votes
Click here to visit my website, Cr-eative Chemistry!
 
FREE Download
Assess the general quality of my work with this free download
clear search
Leader Board Superb
My Products
sort by:
Best Seller
view:
Students will be able to… • Identify the matching vocabulary term, definition, and picture for each of the following terms: valence electrons, Lewis symbol, ion, cation, anion, octet rule, atomic radius, ionic radius, effective nuclear charge,
$5.40
1 rating
4.0
Digital Download PDF (1.09 MB)
The Investigating Isotopes Activity provides 5 sets of cards (which can be printed, laminated, and easily reused year to year if desired). Each card set contains an element with it's isotopes. For example, card set #1 contains 2 Boron Isotopes
$5.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.65 MB)
Items: 11 Vocabulary Cards 11 Definition Cards 11 Example Cards Vocabulary Words: malleable, ductile, brittle, dull, luster, conductor, semiconductor, density, metal, nonmetal, metalloid Directions: - Students will match each vocab cards with
$4.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.21 MB)
Contains an Electron Configuration Rules WS and Electron Configuration Basics WS with Keys Students will be able to… • Identify the Electron Configuration Rule that was broken: Pauli Exclusion Principle, Aufbau Principle, and Hund’s Rule • Identify
$1.50
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.11 MB)
How to Read the Periodic Table Atoms & Elements Unit - Video Lesson #3 Need a sub plan? Tired of repeating yourself for the 1,000th time? Are many of your students working at different paces? Need a remediation plan? TRY USING A VIDEO
Subjects:
Grades:
Types:
$8.00
not yet rated
Video
Duration: 18:56
Students will place title cards on the chart under the correct category: metals, nonmetals, and metalloids. There are two types of title cards. One type of title card contains the name of an element and a fun fact about that element. Students
$4.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (1.03 MB)
I have realized that there are a few areas where I have in the past failed to intentionally teach and practice information with my students. One of those areas is discussing how to read the periodic table for some basic information such as atomic
Grades:
Types:
$1.20
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.13 MB)
Items: • History of the Atom Timeline • History of the Atom Timeline: Notes Outline • History of the Atom Timeline: Questions • History of the Atom Timeline: Questions – KEY • Atom History Questionnaire • Atom History Questionnaire – KEY
$4.40
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.17 MB)
Includes 6 different Guided Notes Sets with answer keys. Created to be used with Atoms & Elements video lectures which can be found at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/atomselementsunit . Without the video, a teacher could teach through the notes
$8.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.89 MB)
Electron Configuration WS (Orbital Configuration, Electron Configuration, Noble Gas Notation) Electron Unit Students will be able to… • Write the orbital configuration for elements. • Write the electron configuration for elements. • Write the
$1.60
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.20 MB)
Students will be able to… • Write orbital configurations, electron configurations, and noble gas notations for different elements. • Identify correct and incorrect orbital configurations, electron configurations, and noble gas notations. • Identify
$3.20
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.30 MB)
Students will be able to… • Identify atomic radius trends on the Periodic Table. • Identify the atom with the largest/smallest atomic radius when given two or more elements. • Define atomic radius, trend, effective nuclear charge, and
Subjects:
Grades:
Types:
$2.50
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.14 MB)
Students will be able to… • Compare the Bohr Diagrams of a neutral atom and an anion/cation. • Determine which is larger when comparing a neutral atom to an anion/cation • Explain why a certain atom/ion is larger than its counterpart. Items:
$2.70
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.16 MB)
Students will be able to… • Define ionization energy. • Identify ionization energy trends. • Identify if atoms forming cations/anions will tend to have larger or smaller ionization energies. • Identify the element with the larger or smaller
$5.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (1.69 MB)
***pdf document containing a bundle of all the ATOMS & ELEMENTS UNIT Curriculum. See Table of Contents below. Table of Contents Atoms & Elements Unit – Lesson Plans • Level Chemistry – Lesson Plans • Advanced Chemistry – Lesson
$27.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (5.43 MB)
Students will be able to… • Determine the Bohr Diagram, Electron Configuration, Lewis Symbol, and number of Valence Electrons for both a neutral atom and an ion. • Determine how many electrons are gained or lost in the formation of an
$3.40
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.41 MB)
Students will be able to… • Determine the Bohr Diagram, Electron Configuration, Lewis Symbol, and number of Valence Electrons for both a neutral atom and an ion. • Determine how many electrons are gained or lost in the formation of an
$4.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.14 MB)
Students will be able to… • Define ionization energy, first, second, and third ionization energy, shielding, effective nuclear charge • Explain why Noble Gases have high ionization energies. • Identify that Helium is the element with the highest
$4.40
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.30 MB)
Students will be able to… • Define electron affinity. • Identify electron affinity trends. • Explain why Noble Gases do not have electron affinity values. • Identify and explain why anions tend to have larger electron affinity values than
$4.00
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.11 MB)
Jigsaw Assignment. Each student researches certain information about their element (filling out a template of information for their element). Then, students form a group with students who have elements in the same period and fill out a period
$3.50
not yet rated
Digital Download PDF (0.09 MB)
showing 1-20 of 49

Ratings

Digital Items
4.0
Overall Quality:
4.0
Accuracy:
4.0
Practicality:
4.0
Thoroughness:
4.0
Creativity:
4.0
Clarity:
Hard Goods
N/A
Shipping Efficiency:
N/A
Overall Quality:
N/A
Accuracy:
N/A
Practicality:
N/A
Thoroughness:
N/A
Creativity:
N/A
Clarity:
Used Goods
N/A
Shipping Efficiency:
N/A
Item as Advertised:

3.7
Total:
2 total vote(s)
Ask Creative Chemistry a question. They will receive an automated email and will return to answer you as soon as possible. Please Login to ask your question.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught High School Chemistry for four years. During that time, I have had the opportunity to teach both regular and pre-ap chemistry as well as coach a UIL science team.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Generally, I am a firm believer in the "I do", "We do", "You do" method and attempt to implement this in everything I do. Beyond that, I am always seeking new, creative, fun, and engaging ways to encourage my students to think about chemistry concepts. Each student is different, each class is different, and each year is different...each have their own unique personality and learn best in different unique ways. I have learned to adapt! That great activity that was fabulous last year might fall flat the next year. As a result, I try in everything I create to make it easily adaptable (offering ideas on how to adapt) to various situations and learning styles. My goal is that learning chemistry is intriguing and interesting rather than the painful experience that sadly so often accompanies the class.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

As a teacher, one of the greatest awards I can receive is when my students 'get it'. I love seeing them dawn with understanding!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

M. Ed. in Teaching - University of Texas at Arlington B.S. in Chemistry - Union University

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Yet to be added