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Chemical Mole – Green Pea Scale Analogy

Resource Type
Classroom printables
Grade Level
11
Submitted By
BC Science Teachers' Association - 2 years ago
Description
This student handout compares the number of green…
Resource Type
Classroom printables
Grade Level
11
Submitted By
BC Science Teachers' Association - 2 years ago
Description
This student handout compares the number of green peas to the number of atoms/molecules in a mole of a substance
Subject
Science
Chemistry
Keywords
mole
scale
BCScTA
chemistry
matter
substance
Learning Standards
BC Chemistry 11 (2006) C1 - explain the significance and use of the mole
Language
English
Date Created
Jun 17, 2016
Posted to TeachBC by BC Science TeachersAssociation www.bcscta.ca http://www.bcscta.ca/ The Green Pea Analogy.doc Chemistry: The Mole – The Green Pea Analogy If you selected a hundred (102) average-sized peas, you would find that they occupy roughly a volume of 20 cm3. A million
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Lab Safety Map Assignment

Resource Type
Activity
Classroom printables
Worksheet
Grade Level
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Submitted By
BC Science Teachers' Association - 2 years ago
Description
In this activity, students will create a map of t…
Resource Type
Activity
Classroom printables
Worksheet
Grade Level
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Submitted By
BC Science Teachers' Association - 2 years ago
Description
In this activity, students will create a map of the lab space and label it with all the safety equipment and supplies.
Subject
Science
Revised Curriculum
Keywords
lab safety
safety
safety map
BCScTA
risks
Learning Standards
BC Science 8 (2016) Ensure that safety and ethical guidelines are followed in their investigations BC Science 9 (2016) / BC Science 10 (2017) Assess risks and address ethical, cultural and/or environmental issues associated with their proposed methods and those of others
Language
English
Date Created
Jun 17, 2016
in their investigations BC Science 9 (2016) / BC Science 10 (2017) Assess risks and address ethical, cultural and/or environmental issues associated with their proposed methods and those of others Posted to TeachBC by BC Science TeachersAssociation www.bcscta.ca http