My students are mostly minority students and most of them come from a low-income family background. They are very active and enjoy coming to school and learning science.
They are always ready to learn new skills and explore new opportunities, but the unavailability of resources makes it hard for them to understand some of the abstract concepts that I teach; therefore, the need to explain the concepts in ways that make them real, captivating and interesting becomes imperative.
My students enjoy completing class projects that involve hands-on experiments, programming, art and research, which helps them express their understanding of chemistry concepts in their own way by creating new meanings of their discoveries.
My students are always very excited and ready to learn. They enjoy reading and writing. This project involves research. My students are going research several science topics of their choice. They would create their own topic for the research project. They would also be required to write a summary of the text using pen and mechanical pencils. They would then use colored papers to create pictures that would interpret the summary of the text. The white-out would be used to make necessary corrections on their work. Finally, there would be a presentation where students would present their finished work to their peers and the best work would be posted on the classroom walls using tape.
This project is sure going to make learning chemistry fun and engaging for my students.
My students will be able to express themselves and have a voice in their learning process. Thank you for helping me make learning chemistry fun and easy for my students.
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