Task 2 Properties of Fats and Oils

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F Molymod Challenge
Name:...................................
Aim: To produce your own Molymod kit of the atmosphere components.
Presentation:
- The Molymod must be made from coloured card
- Each Molymod must contain the correct element symbol
- Each element must have its own colour
Science
Content
Assessment
Grade D
Grade C
Grade B
Identified the symbol formulae for:
Produce coloured Molymod for each element
Using the Molymod produce the molecular
structures for:
- Water
- Carbon Dioxide
-Nitrogen
-Argon
-Sulphur Dioxide
*Ensure that you produce a coloured key for
each element*
- Water
- Carbon Dioxide
-Nitrogen
-Argon
-Sulphur Dioxide
Teacher
Self
*Write in the middle of each Molymod the
Symbol for each element (e.g. Carbon is C)
Peer
Teacher
Self
Peer
Teacher
Self
Peer
Satisfactory
Good
Excellent
Presentation
Limited effort made with presentation
Tried hard with presenting work to the criteria
Outstanding effort made – gone that extra mile!
Assessment
Teacher
Teacher
Teacher
Self
Peer
Self
Peer
Self
Peer
H Molymod Challenge
Name:...................................
Aim: To produce your own Molymod kit of the atmosphere components.
Presentation:
- The Molymod must be made from coloured card
- Each Molymod must contain the correct element symbol
- Each element must have its own colour
Science
Content
Grade B
Grade A
Grade A*
Using the molecular structure produce
the Molymod diagrams for:
- Annotated each molecule with its relative
abundance in atmosphere (if it is included in
the GCSE pie chart from the starter activity!)
Have taken into account the size of the molecule
and this is represented within the Molymod model.
-E.g. Carbon is smaller than oxygen
(see the atomic number in the periodic table)
- Water
- Carbon Dioxide
-Nitrogen
-Argon
-Sulphur Dioxide
Assessment
Teacher
Self
- Explained how they are produced and used
within the environment (can also be human
uses)
Peer
Teacher
Self
Peer
Explains how the distance between molecules is
due to the gas state and offer a suggestion as to
why this happens
Teacher
Self
Peer
Satisfactory
Good
Excellent
Presentation
Limited effort made with presentation
Tried hard with presenting work to the criteria
Outstanding effort made – gone that extra mile!
Assessment
Teacher
Teacher
Teacher
Self
Peer
Self
Peer
Self
Peer
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