Books...

 
 

Content

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Atoms & Elements
Unit

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Electron
Unit

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Periodic Table
Unit

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Ionic Bonding
Unit

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Covalent Bonding
Unit

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Metallic Bonding
Unit

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Bonding Review
Unit

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Reference Material

 

Chemistry with Confidence: Volume 1

was designed to be taught

in high school chemistry classrooms

as guided notes.

 

How to Use the Book

WHAT DO STUDENTS DO ?

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Each student

will have their own individual copy

of the Student Edition.

While listening to their teacher's instruction,


students will...

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(1) Record Information

(2) Label Diagrams and Charts

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(3) Work Example Problems

 

How to Use the Book

WHAT DOES THE TEACHER DO ?

Math Teacher

The teacher will teach
through the chemistry content
in the book!

Teacher - Additional Required Material:

Document Camera

Projector

Projector Screen

Pen

1 Copy per Class of the Student Edition

1 Copy per Teacher of the Teacher Edition

Professional Presentation
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The teacher will place a Student Edition

opened to the appropriate lesson

under the document camera

so that students can see the teacher's work.

The teacher will...


(1) teach through the content

(2) and fill-in the information

in the Student Edition.

Taking Notes in Classroom
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The teacher's work in the Student Edition will be projected using a document camera.

The purpose is to...

(1) provide students with a visual

of the content information

(2) and demonstrate for students what to write

and how-to fill-in the Student Edition.

The teacher will use

the Teacher Edition

as a reference for all answers.

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Female Teacher during a Math Class

"I do, We do, You do" 
Teaching Method

Recommend Using

the "I do, We do, You do" Teaching Method:

"I do" - Teacher Direction Teaches / Lectures

"We do" - Teacher and Students Work

                    through Example Problems Together

                 - The Teacher Guides Students through

                    the Example Problems

"You do" - Students Try Example Problems

                     Individually or in Groups

The “I do, We do, You do” teaching method,
also called the Gradual Release of Responsibility framework (GRR),
was developed by Fisher and Frey.

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Home schooling

Chemistry with Confidence

was born out of a dream

to have relevant teaching material

that makes learning chemistry

attainable, understandable, and engaging. 

 

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