Molly Taylor

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This is a fun extra credit assignment I gave my chemistry students. Students had to create a tri-fold brochure of the 5 types of chemical reactions. As part of the brochure they had to come up with an analogy for each type of reactions. For
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Practice worksheet for adding force vectors using the parallelogram rule. Students will use the Pythagorean Theorem to calculate the magnitude of the resultant vector and trigonometry to calculate the angle of the vector from the x-axis. Includes
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This is a graphic organizer that students will fill in and color to help them understand the pH scale and acid base chemistry. There is a pH scale that students color in. Students also include the appropriate species in each of three beakers. The
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A high school level lesson on free fall. Includes vector diagrams and graphs of motion, as well as sample problems.
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This PowerPoint Lesson teaches the 5 types of chemical reactions: Combination, Decomposition, Single Replacement, Double Replacement, and Combustion. It includes 2 slides with balancing practice at the end. If desired, there is an accompanying
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This is a lesson on making Lewis Dot Symbols. Lewis Dot Symbols are introduced as a way of making simplified Bohr Diagrams of atoms.
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Need a fun writing assignment for your physics students? Here is an essay prompt your students will have fun with. It will allow them to use their creativity while demonstrating their understanding of Newton’s Laws. In this essay, they will write
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This notes sheet accompanies the "5 types of chemical reactions" PowerPoint lesson.
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This is a lesson on how to use the periodic table to draw Bohr atoms. In particular, it teaches how to place the electrons in the orbits/energy levels correctly. It is a great precursor to a lesson on making Lewis Dot Symbols (electron dot
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This is an introductory lesson on ionic bonding. Examples include NaCl, MgO, CaCl2, and ALBr3.
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This is a simple foldable that teaches students the shape and number of s, p, and d orbitals. The students simply cut along the dotted line to make a square and then fold into a paper fortune teller. The front shows 1 s orbital. Open once to see
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This is an introductory lesson on covalent bonding and Lewis Dot Structures. Examples include H2, F2, Cl2, HF, H2O, H3N, O2, CO2, and N2.
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Students cut out puzzle pieces that represent ions and then use the pieces to build ionic compounds that have the correct subscripts. I found it helped students to understand what the subscripts in a formula mean. Students also fill in a table
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This is a flowchart for helping students to name ionic and covalent compounds when they are given a chemical formula. It assumes students are familiar with ionic compounds containing transition metal ions and polyatomic ions.
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This is a worksheet with 40 problems, including counting significant figures, rounding to a certain number of significant figures, and reporting the correct number of significant figures in arithmetic problems. Note: Problems 19 and 21 are the
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A very brief introduction to Newton's seconds law. Discusses how acceleration depends on mass and force with illustrations. Introduces the formula F=ma or the rearranged version a=F/m. Contains 2 sample problems.
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This is an EXCEL file of a blank Periodic table. Because it is EXCEL, it can be edited to meet your needs. It currently contains the names of all 118 elements. I print these for my students and have them create their own color coded periodic
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This is a hand-out I give my chemistry students at the beginning of the school year. They use it as a template for the write-ups they do each time I perform a demonstration.
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This worksheet contains 10 conversion problems including simple, one-step conversions, converting squared units, and converting units in the denominator. An answer key is included.
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This is a form I hand out to my physics students at the beginning of the year. It provides an example of the write-up I expect them to do each time I do a demonstration.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Molly Taylor is a science teacher with one year of full time teaching experience in chemistry and physics, and one year of student teaching experience in 8th grade physical sciences.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Before becoming a teacher, Molly did 5 years of research in a laser lab while getting her Bachelors and Masters Degrees in chemistry. This gave her the opportunity to see what real scientists do, something she enjoys sharing with her students. Molly’s favorite topics to teach are those that relate to her research: the electromagnetic spectrum, atomic structure, and intermolecular forces.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Outside of teaching, Molly is a marathon runner and health enthusiast. She loves running with other people (especially her sister and mom), and hopes someday to follow in her father’s footsteps by becoming a cross country and track and field coach. Molly thinks it’s important to constantly find new challenges for herself, so she is currently training for her first ultramarathon. When she isn’t working or running, Molly enjoys spending time with her husband, Buck, who is a real life scientist! Together they enjoy walks, science fiction, good music, good food, good ideas, playing games, and being with friends and family.

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