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Analyzing Acids and Bases With Home-Made Ph Indicator (Acids and Alkalis)
Students will interpret observations to describe everyday items as acidic and alkali, including their strength.
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Students will be taught the pH scale, acids, alkalis and indicators. Students will conduct an investigation using the resources listed below, interpret observations and use the pH scale to measure the strength of acids and alkalis. Students will learn through teacher explanation, class discussion, experimentation and video clips. Power point slides will be provided and students will be encouraged to interact and ask questions. The class will be interactive and students will be given...
1. Define acids, alkalis, ph scale and indicator. 2. Interpret observations to describe everyday items as acidic or alkali, including their strength.
Red cabbage, warm water, blender, sieve, jug, seven clear disposable cups/glasses, spoon, paper towel. Household ingredients ( baking soda, toothpaste, vinegar, lemon juice, fizzy drink, washing powder or laundry detergent). Adult supervision Files will be provided and must be printed in preparation for the lesson. Materials: Paper /book, pen/pencil, ruler, coloured pencils
Informal assessment: worksheets or quizzes.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Upbeat, passionate and innovative Teacher of Science who aspires to develop scientifically informed, caring and responsible individuals who can think critically and make informed choices about themselves, the environment and society.
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
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Experienced, determined, passionate and friendly Science Teacher. I’ve been a teacher of science for over 10 years where I specialise specifically in Chemistry and Biology. I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology and Chemistry, a Postgraduate...