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Thank you very much to Alastair from Dunoon Grammar who has shared a National 5 prelim. This can be found in the resources area.
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Thanks to Ross Gray for sharing the “Skill deposition feedback sheet” which has been saved to General Resources. Ross describes the sheet as follows:
“Pupil Feedback Sheet – can be used in S3/S4 at any level of chemistry (or science) for pupils to give feedback to each other on practical work. I have ten laminated at A3 size in my classroom and pupils use white board pens to write on. It can be useful when doing critical skills style challenges to ensure all pupils are contributing such as for group manager, resource manager, time manager etc.”
More resources added to “Higher Chemistry CfE” – Unit 1 write on notes.
Thanks to Graham Reid.
We have had a few more resources added over the past few weeks. Thank you, once again, for all contributions. Remember you can upload files at any time using the upload page or by copying to the Google drive.
- N4, Unit 1 (b), Pupil booklet, Technician guide, Success Criteria – Thank you Jacqueline Bibby.
- N5, Unit 1(b), Pupil booklet, Technician guide, Success Criteria – Thanks Jacqueline Bibby.
- Broad General Education, Investigation Skills in Science, Pupil Booklet, Technician Guide – Campbeltown Grammar School
- N5, S4 Blockbusters questions and link to download blockbusters software – Thank you Helen Barley.
Sorry if I’ve missed anyone or anything. Please let me know.
Update 06/09/14 – More resources added to N5 – Unit 1 – Keith Grammar and AH PPAs.
A wealth of really useful resources can be found on the RSC LearnChemistry site. They relate to both the real life applications and teaching of chemistry. There are presentations, worksheets, videos, audio…… the list goes on and on. At the time of writing, there were over 3700 different resources available.
The site is easy to navigate and has really useful filters to help you find the resources you are looking for.
A great site which is definitely worth a visit.
Hello and welcome to the new Strontium Chemistry website which has officially gone live tonight.
Hopefully, all has gone well and you have received your username and password. If you put them in the box to the right you should be able access all the resources using the tab at the top.
Any feedback would help a great deal in making this as useful a resource as possible. You could use the “contact us” tab at the top.
If you know someone who has yet to register, please point them in this direction. They can register direct from this site.
Anyway, it is late, I’m tired and relieved that this is at last up and running and there is football on the telly.
Cheerio for now,