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This site was developed for both teachers and students with the idea of making chemistry learning fun and not feel like a class lecture. There is much to do on this site. Teachers can download many different question sheets and guides to try and make the subject matter easier for both themselves and their students to...
This site was developed for both teachers and students with the idea of making chemistry learning fun and not feel like a class lecture. There is much to do on this site. Teachers can download many different question sheets and guides to try and make the subject matter easier for both themselves and their students to understand. There is many interactive activities such as games to help build chemistry vocabulary like word searches, crossword puzzle, and hangman. Also there are many games which help students gain a better understanding of the mechanics of chemistry, all while having fun. There is also a quiz area where you can select the difficulty and see how many questions you can get right. One of the key features is that the site comes with discussion forms and opinion polls. These allow teachers and students to discuss anything that they have learned on the site, and wish to know more. This site is well laid out and easy to use. The browser requirements are: Java, Apple Quicktime, and Acrobat Reader.