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Type of Product
- Online module
Language Skills Developed
Transferable/Scientific Skills Developed
Student will develop motivation for self-studying and analytical skills.
Students will be able to distinguish between alkanes, alkenes and alkynes, and get to know their composition, chemical properties and usage. Linguistic aims: - students will be able to understand spoken and written English - students will be able to understand the content - to master tools for gathering information - to express understanding and experiences - students will be able to understand the topic correctly - students will be able to translate words connected with between alkanes, alkenes and alkynes from English into the mother tongue, and vice versa. Subject specific aims: - students will know the definition of alkanes, alkenes and alkynes and the similarities and differences between them - students will be able to draw the structure of hydrocarbon compounds - students will know the use of hydrocarbon compounds in various chemicals Target group age: Students who start studying chemistry in primary school (14-15 years old). Level of competence in English (CEFR) B1/B1+ Time required to use the resource with the students: The material can be divided into 3-4 parts. This way the teacher can use the resource with the students or the students can use it for self-study. How to use it: The material can be used a s an introduction to the topic of “Hydrocarbons – comparison of alkanes, alkenes & alkynes”. Students can watch it before the class and then they can practice the knowledge in class. After watching the videos and reading the text, there is an interactive quiz, which can be done to make sure they have grasped the most important concepts of the topic. Possible difficulties for the students The level of English might be quite challenging for some students as the language used in the resource contains a lot of new vocabulary specific for the subject.
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