Exploring the World of Chemistry

Exploring the World of Chemistry

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ISBN: 9780890512951
Grades: 6-9

Product Description:

An introductory history of chemistry, this extremely readable text covers discoveries and developments from ancient to present times. Major emphasis is placed on the contributions of individual scientists (such as Cavendish, Mendeleev, Boyle, and Rutherford) and how they made their discoveries. The focus is not on balancing chemical equations or learning the number of electrons in specific elements. 16 chapters cover: ancient metals (iron, lead, tin), money metals (gold, silver, copper), the search for gold, gases in the air, the use of currents to separate elements, the first periodic table, using a spectroscope to identify elements, cathode ray tubes and alpha particle experiments, compounds by electric attraction, water and its unique properties, carbon and its compounds, organic chemistry, nitrogen and its compounds, silicon and its compounds, modern metals, and chemistry in today's world.

Student Questions and Teacher Key/Test books were created by Memoria Press for additional assessment. These can be used to flesh out review and assessment if using the books as a junior high course. While there was previously one "Questions, Reviews, Tests" book for each

Category Description for Memoria Press Science:

User-friendly, well-organized and academically sound, these science guides from Memoria Press are sure to please the science-loving child in your home. Courses consist of a teacher guide, a student guide and in some cases, a separate text. Optional resources are suggested for some courses.



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Items listed in this section tend to be complete science programs with a teacher and student component, requiring few supplements besides science supplies.


Primary Subject
Science
Grade Start
6
Grade End
9
ISBN
9780890512951
Binding
Trade Paper
Pages
160
Edition
Illustrated
Language
English
Series Title
Exploring Ser.
Author
John Hudson Tiner
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Master Book Publishers
Weight
0.95 (lbs.)
Dimensions
11.0" x 8.5" x 0.5"
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Ashley S on Aug 3, 2020
Supplement MEL science subscription box and Classical COnversations cycle 3
Sarah T on Jul 25, 2020
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Ashley S on Aug 3, 2020
Bought this to add to our middle school chemistry expereince - mostly intend it to be a read-aloud.
Brittany G on Aug 1, 2020
Supplement MEL science subscription box and Classical COnversations cycle 3
Sarah T on Jul 25, 2020
For a class
Christine P on Jul 5, 2020
We studied the Tiner History of Medicine last year and it was wonderful. I bought this to supplement my 8th grader's science study this year.
Tracey C on Jun 26, 2020
seemed like a good introduction into science
Laeila K on Oct 26, 2018
It looks simple with interesting stories.
Mercedes C on Jul 16, 2018
Reviews and description
Janice H on Feb 18, 2018
recommended by writing tutor
Beth H on Oct 9, 2017
I wanted a book that was not experiments but some coherent narrative of the subject.
Erin G on Sep 18, 2016
Required material for Homeschool Tutorial.
Maria D on Aug 12, 2016
See above.
Beth B on Jul 18, 2016
We've used two other of the Tiner science books and have enjoyed them. They are a good balance between superficial and detailed in that there is enough specific information to satisfy those with greater interest in the sciences but not so much that those less scientific minded students feel bogged down or overwhelmed. The material includes examples that convey meaning well.
Laura J on Jun 15, 2016
Resource for Noeo Science Chemistry 3
Brandi B on Apr 20, 2016
Don't like the curriculum my son is currently using.
Denise B on Mar 23, 2016
We wanted a living book about Chemistry to read aloud and do narrations. Taken in bitesized chunks of about 2pp/day, this is very digestible for a 5th grader who loves Chemistry.
Jennifer M on Oct 8, 2015
Bought this to add to our middle school chemistry expereince - mostly intend it to be a read-aloud.
Brittany G on Aug 1, 2020
For a class
Christine P on Jul 5, 2020
is there a test book and teachers test key to the exploring chemistry?
A shopper on Aug 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is a wonderful book to introduce chemistry but is not a true chemistry course. It does have questions at the end of each chapter and answers in the back of the book. I'd say it's a 7th grade level introduction. Gives history, biographies and some basic concepts of chemistry. Master books has a website too.
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Great intro to Chemistry
Loved this book as an intro to Chemistry for my, then, 8th grader. The author wrote so that chemistry was easy to understand. We loved the history he added as well.
May 13, 2019
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great mix of history, chemistry, and geography.
I am adding it to my third grader's chemistry lessons. Very good.
November 22, 2017
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
We used this book with our children (ages 9-15) as an introduction to chemistry We had used Exploring the History of Medicine the previous year and found Tiner's style to be engaging This book was so interesting I sat down one night and read through the entire text I highly recommend this book for junior high and high school students It is not extensive enough to serve as a stand-alone chemistry text for a highschool year but it is a great introduction John Hudson Tiner presents the material in small vignettes not really in "textbook" format but in short stories that you will never forget Students gain a grasp for the fundamentals of chemistry in the world all around them Each chapter contains multiple choice questions which can be used as quiz material Answers are in the backThis is a book students can work through alone together or with parental guidance They will enjoy it
June 21, 2004


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