Anticipating Student Questions answers to questions students might ask in class

Anticipating student questions answers to questions

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Anticipating Student Questions (answers to questions students might ask in class) ............................. In-class Activities (lesson ideas, including labs & demonstrations) ......................................................... Out-of-class Activities and Projects (student research, class projects) ................................................... References (non-Web-based information sources) ................................................................................. Web Sites for Additional Information (Web-based information sources) ................................................. Air Travel: Separating Fact from Fiction ................................................................. Background Information (teacher information) ......................................................................................... Connections to Chemistry Concepts (for correlation to course curriculum) ........................................... Possible Student Misconceptions (to aid teacher in addressing misconceptions) ................................. Anticipating Student Questions (answers to questions students might ask in class) ............................. In-class Activities (lesson ideas, including labs & demonstrations) ........................................................ Out-of-class Activities and Projects (student research, class projects) .................................................. References (non-Web-based information sources) ................................................................................. Web Sites for Additional Information (Web-based information sources) ................................................ More Web Sites on Teacher Information and Lesson Plans (sites geared specifically to teachers) ................................................................................................................................................................... 2
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About the Guide Teacher’s Guide editors William Bleam, Regis Goode, Donald McKinney, Barbara Sitzman and Ronald Tempest created the Teacher’s Guide article material. E-mail: [email protected] Susan Cooper prepared the national science education content, anticipation guides, and reading guides. David Olney created the puzzle. E-mail: [email protected] Patrice Pages, ChemMatters editor, coordinated production and prepared the Microsoft Word and PDF versions of the Teacher’s Guide. E-mail: [email protected] Articles from past issues of ChemMatters can be accessed from a DVD that is available from the American Chemical Society for $42. The DVD contains all ChemMatters issues from February 1983 to April 2013. The ChemMatters DVD includes an Index that covers all issues from February 1983 to April 2013. The ChemMatters DVD can be purchased by calling 1-800-227-5558. Purchase information can be found online at: 3
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Student Questions (from the articles) ChemDemos Demystified The burning candle 1. List three observations made in the burning candle demonstration when the beaker is placed over the burning candle. 2. What is the formula for paraffin wax? 3. Describe the change in moles of gaseous reactants and products as the burning of paraffin proceeds. 4. Explain in your own words why the water level inside the beaker rises. 5. What role does air pressure play in your explanation? The deflected stream of water 6. Describe what happens when a stream of water is brought close to a charged rod or balloon. 7. In the water molecule, why is oxygen negative and hydrogen positive? Faulty demonstration of the greenhouse effect 8. What happens in this greenhouse effect demonstration after the heat lamp is turned on, but before the carbon dioxide is added?
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