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Miss Harrington's Chemistry Corner: Unit 2.2 - Electronic Behavior [Multi-Day]
What do a Gemini and an electron have in common? Superman, Flash, and light? Discover the answer with Unit 2.2 where we talk about Electromagnetic Radiation, the duality of electrons, & more!
Miss Harrington (Kelsie Harrington)
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Twice per week
over 2 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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(See Parental Guidance for Coupon Code) Welcome/Welcome back to Chemistry Corner! Unit 2.2 is a Multi-Day Class that meets twice weekly for two weeks. Unit 2.2 consists of two lessons centered around the behavior of electrons, electromagnetic radiation, an interactive lab, and a cumulative review. Each lesson includes a presentation for guided discussion, plenty of examples, and fun activities. LESSON 1: BEHAVIOR OF ELECTRONS, WAVELENGTHS, & FREQUENCY This lesson introduces learners to the...
This class is taught in English.
At the end of this Multi-Day class, learners will possess the skills to: LESSON 1: BEHAVIOR OF ELECTRONS, WAVELENGTHS, & FREQUENCY 1. describe the dual nature of electrons 2. describe the relationships between wavelengths and frequency LESSON 2: ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION & WAVE SPEED 1. compare forms of electromagnetic waves 2. describe and use the mathematical relationship between wave speed, wavelength, and frequency LESSON 3: MAKING WAVES LAB 1. Demonstrate the Scientific Method by making predictions, performing an experiment, recording observations, analyzing results, and forming conclusions 2. Use Scientific Models to make waves with different colors of light 3. Investigate how wavelengths and frequencies are related. 4. Discuss wave properties using common scientific vocabulary. 5. Explain how changing the frequency and amplitude affects the characteristics of the wave.
I have a bachelor’s degree in science in education as well as 1 year of formal teaching experience.
Learners are encouraged to complete their labs during the provided class time. If additional time is needed, learners are encouraged to continue completing their labs on their own and have them submitted before the review lesson.
Learners will need the following materials: 1. A notebook and pencil for note taking 2. Calculator 3. Internet Access for the simulation and google form.
Learners will be informally assessed through their ability to guide me through various examples and activities during the live lessons. Activities include: LESSON 3: Phet Simulation will be used to complete the Making Waves Lab. A Google Form will also be used as a lab report form.
2 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class offers a variety of activities to check knowledge and provide practice for learners. The following activities do not require accounts or personal information from your learner. Below is a list of the activities and their purpose: LESSON 3: Phet Simulation will be used to complete the Making Waves Lab. A Google Form will also be used as a lab report form. Please reach out to me if you have any questions or concerns about scheduling or the class itself. SCHEDULING: If you don’t see a section that works for you or your learner, please feel free to message me using the message button on this page. I will be more than happy to find a time that works for everyone and though these classes are designed with a small group in mind, I do not mind hosting individual classes. COUPON: Get $25 off my class (or any one of my multi-day classes) with coupon code HARRING10NEW25 until Feb 23, 2023. (Limit 1 per person)
The following source was used in creating the presentations and examples used in this class: Poulsen, Tracy. (2010). Chapter 2: The Structure of the Atom. In Introduction to Chemistry (pp. 43–50). Section, CK-12 Foundations.
Miss Harrington (Kelsie Harrington)
Science & Math Teacher (Lifelong Gamer, Reader & Anime Fan)
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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Hello, welcome to my Outschool teaching profile. If you are looking for a Math or Science class, you are in the right place. In 2010, I graduated high school with an advanced diploma and recognition for high honors. I could have graduated early...