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Autumn leaves are one of nature's most brilliant displays of color- but what causes them to turn from green to the bright oranges, reds, and yellows that we see in the fall? By the end of this course, students will be able to: - Differentiate between deciduous trees and evergreens. - Explain the basic processes involved in changing a leaf's colors. - Identify trees in their neighborhoods as deciduous or coniferous. - Describe the basics of paper chromatography and describe how to use it to...
I am a certified chemistry teacher (grades 7-12) with 6.5 years of experience in the classroom. I have also taught freshman college chemistry. From these experiences, I have worked with a lot of different types of learners at various stages of interest and motivation- from high school students simply taking the class as a requirement to college freshmen chemistry majors passionate about the course with never ending questions. I can tailor my teaching style to fit the learner, and I do what I can to make it approachable by anyone.
Students will have a hands-on activity and related worksheet to complete after class.
This course also includes instructions (both pdf and video) for a hands-on lab activity where students can extract and separate the pigments from leaves through paper chromatography. This will require leaves, rubbing alcohol, a pencil, filter paper or plain white coffee filters, a glass, and a bowl.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Students who wish to complete the hands-on experiment may need adult assistance.
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Hi! I'm Julie and I'll be your guide as we navigate the amazing world of Chemistry! In addition to my time teaching on Outschool, I have plenty of experience teaching and tutoring chemistry, and I'm excited to be able to share my knowledge and...