AP Chemistry Exam teaching beyond notes
Teaching to the AP chemistry exam with more than notes with no prep activities, ideas and digital resources and worksheets.
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What Students Should and Should Not Bring to AP Exams
What Students Can Bring Two sharpened No. 2 pencils (with erasers) for completing multiple-choice answer sheets. Two pens with black or dark blue ink only, for completing areas on the exam booklet covers and for free-response questions in most exams. Their 6-digit school code. Homeschooled students will be provided with their state or country homeschool code at the time of the exam.
Net Ionic Equations Graphic Organizer Concept Map - Print and Digital
Just print & go! Graphic organizer / concepts map are an excellent way to introduce or reinforce how complex topics connect. Help students see not just how mini-concepts are connected, but they also the big picture. This net ionic equation graphic organizer brings together the following concepts: ✦Type of Reactions ✦Role of electrolytic solutions in reactions ✦Strong/weak acids & bases ✦Ionic and Covalent bonding ✦Spectator ions #chemkate #netionicequations
A “Science Reasoning Rubric” to Support Argumentative Writing
I put together a Science Reasoning Rubric that can be used for many writing prompts in a Chemistry class. It can be used whether a prompt is more suited toward a claim or an explanation. I like that the rubric can be used for lots of the writing tasks students will encounter in a Chemistry class. This means students get used to seeing it, and this consistency is helpful as