Review for:Chemistry the science in context

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posted: on June 3, 2008 at 3:17PM

My rating of this resource: *****

My experience using this resource:

Topic I was teaching:

My learning goal for which this resource was used:
To have students understand the idea that equilibrium is about rate of change not amount.

Course Level:
Intro or Regular

How I/my students used the resource:
After having students read the opening in the text I have them watch the video animation showing the idea of filling a hole. I then asked them to go outside and set up a similar demonstration. We then come back and refer to the animation again.

Value Added:
Provides visualization or animation, Provides practice or tutorial, Provides additional content

Everything is easy to load and the informatin given is very much at the level of a sophomore taking chemistry. Its information is easily supportive of what is talked about in class


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