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Honors Chemistry is designed for students who have demonstrated strong ability in previous science courses. In this fast-paced, demanding course, the main topics--which include atomic theory, nuclear chemistry, periodicity, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, gases, solutions, reaction kinetics, equilibrium, acid-base theory, oxidation-reduction, and organic chemistry--are studied at an advanced level, with an focus on both conceptual understanding and problem-solving.
Quantitative aspects of chemical concepts are emphasized throughout the course. Laboratory experimentation is an integral part of this class, and students write a number of formal reports which require demonstration of a sophisticated understanding of the relevant theories and principles.
Students are expected to work cooperatively in both laboratory and classroom settings and to take individual responsibility for meeting the objectives of the course. This course is particularly well suited for students considering careers in science, engineering, or medicine.
This will be strictly enforced. If you need advice on selecting or using a suitable calculator, ask Dr. VanderVeen or for extra help before the test.Use these Pattern Cards to prompt mark making, using a variety of different tools and techniques. Children could trace over the patterns, recreate the patterns using paint or crayons or create the patterns in shallow trays of sand or glitter.
Great for fine motor development. The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material, and we provide these as a free service of the Writing Lab at Purdue. Many preschool teachers recognize the importance of early writing by making writing materials available in their classrooms and providing opportunities to write during the school day (Gerde & Bingham, ).
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Provide parents and carers with this Passport resource when their children are starting at your EYFS setting. Perfect for gathering information about a child including their name, birthday, family information, favourite things and things they enjoy doing.
Language and mark making Many people assume that the starting point for writing is when a child can write his name. However this is merely the tip of a very large iceberg that begins, you might argue, as soon as the child is born.