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Chemistry Reader - eBook

 
Title:      Chemistry Reader - eBook
Categories:      eBooks, High School, Twelfth, Eleventh, Tenth, Ninth, Eighth, Seventh, Science, Chemistry, General Waldorf Curriculum
BookID:      740
Authors:      Dr. Dirk Rohde
ISBN-10(13):      none
Publisher:      Waldorf Publications
Publication date:      12-1-2015
Number of pages:      156
Language:      English
Rating:      0 
Picture:      cover
Ebook:      Download ebook1.pdf
Description:     
An Orientation to Developing Chemistry Instruction in Waldorf Schools

From the General Notes:
Chemistry is a very exciting and interesting science that is highly relevant to each one of
us. In health and illness, in medicine and nutrition, in all sorts of technological aspects, in
global climate issues, in space travel – almost everywhere we look, we encounter not only
the many possible positive applications of various directions in chemistry but also the risks
they entail, which must not be overlooked. Chemistry, therefore, is included in all school
curriculums today as a matter of course. By exposing young people to multiple points of
contact with this important science and introducing them to its very fluid reasoning,
Waldorf schools aim to empower their students to deal with the subject of chemistry as
self-reliant, discriminating personalities.

Contents:

Introduction (Dirk Rohde)
The Development and Design of Science Instruction in the Waldorf School (Eugen Kolisko)
Grade 7 - First Lessons in Chemistry (Eugen Kolisko)
Grade 8 - On Nutrition: Protein, Fats, Carbohydrates, Salts (Rudolf Steiner)
Grade 8 - Work in the 8th Class (Frits Julius)
Grade 9 - Phenomenological Chemistry: An Introduction Based on the Inner Nature of Substance in the Plant World
(Manfred von Mackensen)
Grade 9 - The Carbon Cycle (Dirk Rohde)
Grade 10 - Salts, Acids, and Bases: Chemistry in Grade 10 (Frits Julius)
Grade 11 - Electrolysis (Rudolf Steiner)
Grade 11 - Electrolysis of Metals (Günther Heuschkel)
Grade 11 - The Chemical Effect of Electricity (Gerhard Ott)
Grade 11 - Toward a Rational Chemistry (Wolfgang Schad)
Grade 11 - Lemniscate Periodic Table of the Elements (Friedrich Kipp)
Grade 11 - A Model-Free Introduction of Chemical Formulas (Manfred von Mackensen)
Grade 11/12 - Chemical Elements of Protein (Rudolf Steiner)
Grade 12 - Formic Acid and Oxalic Acid (Manfred von Mackensen)
Conclusion: Suggestions for Further Work (Rudolf Steiner)

Compiled by Dr. Dirk Rohde, Freie Waldorfschule Marburg, Germany

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