This resource contains activities for students which uses the story of scurvy to investigate the scientific method, and how science was done in the past.
By Amanda Clegg, Karen Collins
Discover how to effectively develop your students’ knowledge and skills by sequencing practical activities
By Emily Casserly, Lucy Wood
Improve student engagement, motivation and behaviour by giving them more choice
By Harry Lord
Link food security to yield, percentage yield and atom economy
By Catherine Smith
Dilution, colorimetry and observation skills come together to get students to adapt their chemical knowledge to support medicine.
Support students to discover the correct chemical compound to achieve a desired effect on a product, in this case a drinks container.
Explore the use of analytical methods and empirical formula to identify unlabelled chemicals.
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