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CHEMISTRY IS EVERYWHERE
Transcript of CHEMISTRY IS EVERYWHERE
Literacy is the development of knowledge, skills and dispositions to interpret and use language confidently for learning and communication in and out of school and for participating effectively in society. Literacy involves listening, reading, viewing, speaking, writing and creating oral, print, visual and digital texts, and using and modifying language for different purposes in a range of contexts.
Finally figure out exactly what it in your food...
You will be able to use your Chemistry knowledge in other classes and around the school.
Numeracy is the development of knowledge and skills using mathematics confidently across other learning areas at school and in their lives more broadly. Numeracy involves students in recognising and understanding the role of mathematics in the world and having the dispositions and capacities to use mathematical knowledge and skills purposefully.
Show Me the Money
You will not even want to do drugs as you know exactly what they are doing to your body.
CHEMISTRY IS ALL AROUND
WHY DO I NEED TO KNOW THIS?
HOW IS THIS GOING TO MAKE ME RICH?
WHAT IS THE POINT ANYWAY?
Chemistry at School
Understanding word origins, reading graphs and using conclusive higher thinking skills for research purposes will help get you better grades in other classes such as English and Maths.
Not sure about names and reactions
of different chemicals?
That is NOT good!!
CHEMISTRY IS THE ANSWER!
According to ACARA...
BECAUSE ACARA SAYS SO!!!!
Learning to critically thinking "Outside The Box" will keep you out of trouble!
One can become more than a student when knowledge is shared and transformed to create something new. You can become a....
Do you get it?
Conducting an experiment is just like cooking from a recipe. One mistake and.....
What does it make?
Learning to use different types of literacy will make you sound smart, hold a grown up conversation and be impressive. It will help you 'get the girl' or get a job!
By being competent in numeracy you will be able to impress that guy and get that raise in your job and probably not blow up anything at home!
Do you know what food this makes?
But it is worth it...
...and it is fun.
By using your scientific thinking skills you can do some pretty cool activities in school.
Apply sports science principles and techniques with the aim of improving sporting performance.
You could create the most amazing school productions!
I know scientists who actually look like this
Who is this...?
Just don't BLOW yourself up in the process!
That would be messy...
Contemporaries, Colleagues and Mentors...OH MY!
Said NO ONE EVER!!
You could be so witty!
Ha ha ha ha ha...
Chemistry in Real Life
Be a much better cook.
shhh it's glue...
Be a better Parent
Why is he crying?
what can you do?
Can you read these thermometers?
Do you know what it means for your child?
Do you know how to read the syringe? Do you know how much to give your baby?
YES!!! YOU DO!!! Because you took Chemistry!!!
You wouldn't eat this if you knew what was in it.
Chemistry class will save you...again.
I love the smell of Maltodextrin in the morning!
She has poor literacy skills BOOOO!!!
A World Without Chemistry is Bleak Indeed.
Without literacy and numeracy in learned in Chemistry we wouldn't know what the doses of medicines should be.
Keep your pool crystal clear YOURSELF!!
Fancy a swim?
Reading directions and understanding what chemicals to mix together will empower you-you wont have to pay someone else to do it.
Without literacy and numeracy in chemistry, medicine couldn't be invented.
Understanding the way chemicals react with one another is important while working in a hair salon. You must be able to read measurements so you can add the correct quantities. No one wants to end up looking like this.
Watch this movie about the use of chemistry in a hair salon.
Know your symbols and Chemicals at work or......
An MSDS sheet will always point you towards safety, so long as you understand what you are reading.
Do you understand what these symbols mean? They will save your life!
These might be helpful to know too!
These symbols and MSDS documents can be found at many occupations (here are just a few).
Hazardous Waste Management
Petroleum and Natural Gas Industry
Whoa... there are a lot of highly specialised, well paying jobs out there for someone with excellent literacy and numeracy skills that were learned in Chemistry!
Use that great big, beautiful brain of yours-and make a lot of $$$$$!
Hair Salon Do's and Don'ts
It is very important to be accurate in your job when using numbers and words.
Not like Mr. Bean!!!
A professional fisherman will need to be able to read and predict tides which requires high levels of numeracy, literacy and critical thinking. Extrapolating data and reading graphs are two such skills learned in Chemistry.
Aboriginal use of Chemistry has occurred over many centuries. Today modern medicine is learning from these traditional methods.
Knowledge of the nature of chemicals and chemical processes provides insights into a variety of physical and biological phenomena. Knowing something about chemistry is worthwhile because it provides an excellent basis for understanding the physical universe we live in. For better or for worse, everything is chemical!
(University of Wisconsin-La Crosse 2009)
The Central Science. All literacy and numeracy learned in Chemistry can be applied throughout any other field of study or work.
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