How does Science work? The Scientific Method from Mr Andersen:
Here Mr Pauller discusses key parts of the scientific method by introducing an experiment that students can conduct to determine the best survival strategy to delay hypothermia:
You’re Probably Using ‘ Theory,’ ‘ Hypothesis‘ and ‘ Law‘ all wrong: a video from It’s Okay to be Smart:
Extended essay intro from Jennifer Gaither
from Wikibooks and here is Great Extended Essay tips for exemplars, essays by previous students, examiner reports, subject guides and information for supervisors and students. Also general EE advice from Extended Essay Central and iBiology (this one is more specific to the Sciences). Bioknowledgy
Science subject specific_guidelines (1) from Jennifer Gaither
Citing Sources from jskotnicki
Academic honesty in ib from cartlidge
Looking for research papers? Here are two great sites, which you have to pay to join: Questia and Ebsco .
Here are some key terms for this topic:
Key Terms C14
IGCSE Chemistry: Topic 14 , a series of 11 lessons from Sal Sciab. Organic Chemistry
IGCSE Chemistry: , a 14m lesson from ChemistryKlipz. Organic Chemistry – part 1
has revision pages (that take you through the topic), a test and an activity – just scroll down to ‘Crude oil & fuels’ and ‘Useful substances from crude oil’. GCSE Bitesize GCSE s-cool – Products from Crude Oil includes polymerisation – revision notes & animations, practise exam questions & a revision summary. – click on ‘2. Oil Products’ for excellent lessons that take you through the topic (including alkanes & alkenes); also a glossary of key terms. Skoool Chemistry just click on Oil questions. Chemactive worksheets & answers For Doc Brown’s Chemistry quizzes, word-fills, crosswords and study notes go and just scroll down. here
The functional group concept explained – intro to organic cmpds (The Virtual School):
Formula of organic compounds (The Virtual School):
Infographic from Compound Interest – just click on it to enlarge.
Fractional Distillation – The Virtual School (4m 6s):
Crude Oil Fractions & their Uses – The Virtual School (4m 6s):
– a great Oil Distillation 3 minute video or watch : Science Bank 1 (Raw Materials) you only need part 1, Crude Oil & Fractional Distillation (up to 5m 20s).
Here is an animation to show the formation of coal and oil .
Fuels revision flash cards from Quizlet:
K4 Chemistry Alkanes & Alkenes (includes polymers) from Sean Hunt
Hydrocarbon Cracking & why it is done (The Virtual School):
and what happens if you get Carrying out the practical . suck-back
Testing alkenes with bromine (The Virtual School):