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This website contains a collection of excellent chemistry demonstrations that include overal descriptions of the experiment being demonstrated, the chemical concepts being reviewed, safety issues, the step-by-step procedures, questions to ask, a handoout that can be used for student makeups, and excellent movies that show what what...
This website contains a collection of excellent chemistry demonstrations that include overal descriptions of the experiment being demonstrated, the chemical concepts being reviewed, safety issues, the step-by-step procedures, questions to ask, a handoout that can be used for student makeups, and excellent movies that show what what happens in the experiment.
The materials were developed in conjunction with Robert Becker of Kirkwood High School in Kirkwood, MO. The demonstrations and laboratories are those selected and used by Bob in his classroom. Many of the demonstrations may be assembled in a short time with a limited number of solutions to illustrate a specific point. Some demonstration activities are designated as suitable for either demonstrations or laboratories. If time is short, do a short demonstration with many presentation questions.
This website provides over 60 QuickTime Movies demonstrating a variety of chemistry principles. These websites can be used within a variety of instructional methods - from classroom demonstrations to open ended, student centered activities. The graphics are realistic and the content is accuracte.
Math skills are needed. There is graphic support included in the text which makes the materials usable by English Learners. Reading demands are at high school grade level
requires QuickTime, and works easily at home, in a library, etc on both MAC's and PC's