Chemistry Help Class - Schoolhouse Teachers

Chemistry Help

Length: 36 Supplemental Lessons
Includes: Videos, Worksheets and Answer Keys
Age/Grade: Middle – High school

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How to Use This Course

Chemistry Help by Matthew Poston includes thirty-six short instructional chemistry videos (between 5 and 15 minutes in length), printable worksheets, printable answer keys, and video explanations of the answer keys. It is designed to help expand on topics typically studied in high school chemistry such as scientific notation, mass and weight, conversions, significant digits, covalent compounds, ions, polyatomic ions, ionic compounds, energy, states of matter, specific heat, and latent heat. It is not designed to serve as a stand-alone class but rather an in-depth tutorial for extra help and practice in key areas of chemistry.

Course Introduction

Are you struggling with some parts of high school chemistry? Are you in middle school and want to get a head start on what you’ll be studying soon? Matthew Poston, Mr. Science Teacher® is here to help! Each lesson includes a video (between 5 and 15 minutes in length) explaining a scientific principle. Then you see what you learned by completing the printable worksheet. Next, a parent can check your answers with the answer key. If you got any wrong, you can watch the video explanation of the answer key to see where you might have gotten off track. And if you’re still stuck, you can send Mr. Science Teacher® a note. He’d love to help you!

Thirty-six short instructional chemistry videos, printable worksheets, printable answer keys, and video explanation of the answer keys.

Lesson One: Scientific Notation
Lesson Two: Metric System—Mass and Weight
Lesson Three: Units—Base, Derived, Non-SI
Lesson Four: Conversions—Length, Mass, Time
Lesson Five: Conversions—Speed, Area, Volume
Lesson Six: Complex Conversions
Lesson Seven: Temperature
Lesson Eight: Significant Digits—Accuracy and Precision
Lesson Nine: Significant Digits—Rounding
Lesson Ten: Significant Digits—Scientific Notation
Lesson Eleven: Density
Lesson Twelve: Periodic Table—The Diatomic 7
Lesson Thirteen: Covalent Compounds
Lesson Fourteen: Periodic Table of Ions
Lesson Fifteen: Polyatomic Ions
Lesson Sixteen: Ionic Compounds, Part 1
Lesson Seventeen: Ionic Compounds, Part 2
Lesson Eighteen: Ionic Compounds, Part 3
Lesson Nineteen: Ionic Compounds, Part 4
Lesson Twenty: Ionic Compounds, Part 5
Lesson Twenty-One: Ionic Compounds With Roman Numerals, Part 1
Lesson Twenty-Two: Ionic Compounds With Roman Numerals, Part 2
Lesson Twenty-Three: Ionic Compounds With Roman Numerals, Part 3
Lesson Twenty-Four: Ionic Compounds With Roman Numerals, Part 4
Lesson Twenty-Five: Ionic Compounds With Roman Numerals, Part 5
Lesson Twenty-Six: Ionic Compounds With Polyatomic Ions, Part 1
Lesson Twenty-Seven: Ionic Compounds With Polyatomic Ions, Part 2
Lesson Twenty-Eight: Ionic Compounds With Polyatomic Ions, Part 3
Lesson Twenty-Nine: Ionic Compounds With Polyatomic Ions, Part 4
Lesson Thirty: Ionic Compounds With Polyatomic Ions, Part 5
Lesson Thirty-One: Positive Polyatomic Ions
Lesson Thirty-Two: Hypothesis—Fact—Law—Theory—Scientific Method
Lesson Thirty-Three: Energy
Lesson Thirty-Four: Solid—Liquid—Gas
Lesson Thirty-Five: Specific Heat
Lesson Thirty-Six: Latent Heat

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