classroom scene chemistry

Classroom Scene:





nope chemistry technically
matter constant what’s the matter?
chapter change (2) think/thought/thought
energy level (2) fascinating
bond element over and over
prefer right (4) compound
growth combine solution (2)
decay molecule transformation
ionic electron






Chemistry Teacher: Chemistry. It is the study of . . . What? Anyone? Ben.

Ben, Male Student: Chemicals.

Chemistry Teacher: Chemicals! Nope. Chemistry is . . . well technically . . . chemistry is the study of matter. But I prefer to see it as a study of change.

Now just think about this: electrons. They change their energy levels. Molecules change their bonds. Elements; they combine and change their compounds.

But that’s . . . all of life.

Right? It’s just a constant. It’s a cycle. A solution. This solution, over and over. It’s growth, then decay. Then transformation.

It is fascinating.

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Chemistry Teacher: Chad. Is there something wrong with your table?

Okay, ionic bonds . . . I hope you’re done. Ionic bonds. Chapter Six.

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Chair. This was a literature class. Is this correct or incorrect?

Class(room). Is chemistry an easy subject or a very difficult subject?

Desk. The teacher only lectured (talked). Is this right or wrong? Did he do anything else besides lecturing? What did he do beside lecturing?

Exam. Was only the teacher speaking or did the students engage with the teacher in discussions? Did only the teacher speak or did students speak too?

Homework. The students were very enthusiastic and interested in chemistry and the lecture. Is this entirely true, mostly true, yes and no, in the middle, largely false or totally false?

Lecture. Were all the students paying attention? Were all the students listing and taking notes?

Notebook. Did the teacher get angry? Did he become annoyed? Did he say anything to a student?

Paper. What did the student do?

Pen. Was the main idea or theme of this scene an overview and appreciation of chemistry?
Pencil. I have studied chemistry or other science subjects at school. Yes or no?

Pupil. Are your classes and class format similar to the one in the video, or are they different? How is your class similar to and different from this class?

Test. Do all teachers teach the same way, or do they teach differently?

Taking Notes. Are all students the same or are they different in terms of classroom behavior?

Quiz. Are there lots of TV shows and movies set in classrooms or with classroom scenes? Have you seen lots of TV shows and movies set in classrooms or with classroom scenes?

Textbook. My friends and I would like to become teachers.

Whiteboard. What might happen in the future?

Essay, Composition. How would you like classes to be taught, or how would you like students to learn?

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