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Chemistry

(DVD - 2009 )
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Many students struggle in high school chemistry, feeling confused and uncertain even if they earn a good grade. Why? What can be done to help students succeed in this vitally important course? Success in chemistry doesn't require any special intellectual gifts or talents or advanced mathematical skill--it does require grasping the ideas behind key topics in chemistry. This course is designed to give students a deep and thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and problem-solving skills needed in the study of chemistry. Professor Cardulla makes use of visual aids including illustrations, graphs, demonstrations, and diagrams that support learning and help students gain a deeper understanding of key concepts. This course is ideal for home schoolers, students having difficulty with chemistry, adults who are seeking a GED or are trying to prepare for college chemistry after many years away from the classroom, or anyone who wants to overcome their anxiety regarding chemistry.
Title: Chemistry
[videorecording]
Publisher: Chantilly, VA : Teaching Co., c2009
Edition: 2nd ed
Characteristics: 6 videodiscs (1080 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in. +,1 study workbook (iv, 176 p. ; 28 cm.)
Statement of Responsibility: Frank Cardulla
Notes: Number of discs, special features, and language options may vary by copy
Contents: Part 3: Disc 5. Lecture 25. Le Chatelier's principle: Concentration ; Lecture 26. Le Chatelier: Pressure and temperature ; Lecture 27. An introduction to equilibrium problems ; Lecture 28. The self-ionization of water ; Lecture 29. Strong acids and bases: General properties ; Lecture 30. Solving strong acid and base problems
Disc 6. Lecture 31. Weak acids and bases ; Lecture 32. Titrating acids and bases ; Lecture 33. Titration curves and indicators ; Lecture 34. Solubility equilibria: Principles, problems ; Lecture 35. Solubility equilibria: Common ion effect ; Lecture 36. Putting it all together
Part 2: Disc 3. Lecture 13. Percent composition and empirical formulas ; Lecture 14. Solving empirical formula problems ; Lecture 15. Writing and balancing chemical equations ; Lecture 16. An introduction to stoichiometry ; Lecture 17. Stoichiometry problems ; Lecture 18. Advanced stoichiometry
Disc 4. Lecture 19. An introduction to molarity ; Lecture 20. Solving molarity problems ; Lecture 21. Advanced molarity problems ; Lecture 22. Basic concepts of chemical equilibrium ; Lecture 23. An introduction to the equilibrium constant ; Lecture 24. Interpreting an equilibrium constant
Part 1: Disc 1. Lecture 1. Introduction and philosophy ; Lecture 2. Basic concepts of quantitative reasoning ; Lecture 3. Quantitative reasoning in everyday life ; Lecture 4. Quantitative reasoning in chemistry: Density ; Lecture 5. The SI (Metric) system of measurement ; Lecture 6. Converting between systems of measurement
Disc 2. Lecture 7. Elements, atoms, and the Periodic Table ; Lecture 8. Ions, compounds, and interpreting formulas ; Lecture 9. Isotopes and families of elements ; Lecture 10. The mole ; Lecture 11. Solving Mole problems ; Lecture 12. Avogadro's hypothesis and molar volume
Summary: Many students struggle in high school chemistry, feeling confused and uncertain even if they earn a good grade. Why? What can be done to help students succeed in this vitally important course? Success in chemistry doesn't require any special intellectual gifts or talents or advanced mathematical skill--it does require grasping the ideas behind key topics in chemistry. This course is designed to give students a deep and thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and problem-solving skills needed in the study of chemistry. Professor Cardulla makes use of visual aids including illustrations, graphs, demonstrations, and diagrams that support learning and help students gain a deeper understanding of key concepts. This course is ideal for home schoolers, students having difficulty with chemistry, adults who are seeking a GED or are trying to prepare for college chemistry after many years away from the classroom, or anyone who wants to overcome their anxiety regarding chemistry.
ISBN: 9781598035636
1598035630
Branch Call Number: DVD 540 CHEMISTRY
Bibliography: Course workbook includes professor biography, statement of course scope, lecture outline with notes, problems and answers, periodic table of the elements, appendices, glossary, and bibliography
Credits: Producer, Jaimée M. Aigret ; academic content supervisor, Jay Tate ; editors, John McNeill, Rich Bernett.
Performers: Thirty-six thirty minute lectures by Professor Frank Cardulla, award winning teacher at Niles North High School, Skokie, Illinois.
System Details: DVD
Subject Headings: Chemistry Study and teaching (Secondary) Solubility Volumetric analysis Bases (Chemistry) Acids Chemical equilibrium Stoichiometry Avogadro's law Isotopes Ions Atoms Chemical elements Metric system Chemistry Periodic table Avogadro, Amedeo, 1776-1856 Le Chatelier, Henri, 1850-1936
Genre/Form: Nonfiction films
Educational films
Filmed lectures
Topical Term: Chemistry
Solubility
Volumetric analysis
Bases (Chemistry)
Acids
Chemical equilibrium
Stoichiometry
Avogadro's law
Isotopes
Ions
Atoms
Chemical elements
Metric system
Chemistry
Publisher No: PD1012 Teaching Company
1012 Teaching Company
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