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This is a good review and practice after introducing the rules for writing and naming binary ionic compounds. Students have the opportunity to use oxidation numbers to construct correct formulas, and to use the rules of nomenclature for naming,
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Students will practice writing formulas and names for compounds containing polyatomic ions. The components are in a grid format so the students have enough repetition to build familiarity with some of the more common polyatomic ions and confidence
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This worksheet allows students to practice using Lewis dot structures to illustrate the formation of ionic bonds, followed by converting them to formulas and names. This is a good introductory lesson for beginning ionic bonding. I have used this
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This is a practice that allows students to identify ionic and covalent compounds and then name each correctly. They will also practice naming acids, both binary and ternary, and writing formulas from names. This review is good for physical
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This laboratory activity uses a multi-surface board (or several different types of surfaces) to measure the forces required to start an object moving and keep an object moving. The procedure guides them through calculations of the coefficients of
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This powerpoint introduces and compares the naming of ionic and covalent compounds, including the naming of compounds containing transition metals and polyatomic ions and the naming of binary and ternary acids. Examples of each are included, with
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This powerpoint presentation includes poems, such as Carl Sandburg's "Fog" and Emerson's "The Snow Storm", with illustrations of the weather referenced in the poem. This is a great way to review the phase changes! The students enjoy the literature
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This lapbook project reviews the structure and uses of the periodic table by having the student describe the regions and families, write electron configurations and orbital notations, and represent electron dot structures. Students also find uses
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After introducing the types, this activity guides students through classification, tectonic plate boundary type, and historical eruption data for 18 well-known volcanoes. It is a good link between the information and the actual effects!
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This worksheet allows students to compare the changes between physical states by energy, particle motion, and attractive forces. The detail of the content will depend on the level of the class, but the result is a very useful tool for reviews and
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After studying the periodic table, electron configuration, and orbital notation, this is a good review of the information students will use. This page summarizes, allows the student to apply their skills, and is a good study tool for tests and
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Includes background information, procedure for the flame test, and review questions including representative wavelengths associated with the elements. Students will also use a spectrometer to compare the colors seen in the flame with those seen
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"Practice with Parts of an Atom" is an assignment for additional practice with atomic number, mass number, and how many protons, neutrons, and electrons are in each isotope. Since being comfortable with determining atomic number, mass number, and
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This resource is a set of five vector case studies that ask students to find resultants and equilibrants. Students solve for missing values graphically and algebraically, then verify using a force table. This is a good project to end a study of
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have over 20 years of teaching experience, as well as experience working as a research chemist. My teaching experience includes middle and high school science and math: • 7th grade Life Science • 8th grade Physical Science • 9th grade Physical Science • H.S. Biology • H.S. Chemistry �� H.S. Earth Science • H.S. Physics • Dual-Enrollment Chemistry • Algebra 1 • Algebra 2 In a small school, variety is easy! I now serve as our dean of science and assist with science curriculum decisions for the upper grades. I also provide support and resources for the elementary grades science teachers.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I encourage students to build upon previous knowledge and gain new knowledge. I incorporate many activities and labs to involve the students in the practical application of the material, and I am using an increasing number of foldables to review and reinforce key concepts. I have found that students learn very differently, but all can grasp even difficult concepts when given the opportunity. I enjoy finding a variety of ways to present these concepts and learning how to match them to the students I am teaching!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

A.S., B.S., M.S. in Chemistry/Biochemistry

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Married with two grown children, our "babies" now all have fur!

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