The aim of this blog post is to give you some introductory notes to the acids and bases unit. I have just been covering this online with my IB2 class so I thought it was worth sharing what we have been looking at. You could copy and paste these into a word document and have […]了解更多
乙烯，C2H4is a colorless and odorless gas. It doesn’t sound that interesting does it? However, do not be fooled by appearances. It is a much more interesting molecule than you may realise. In addition, what helps to make it so interesting? It is the double bond. If we were looking at its alkane counterpart, […]了解更多
目前,磨破的三分之一左右ld’s population is under lockdown, so if you are reading this blog, there is a good chance that this applies to you. If it does, I hope things are going as well as they can. Have a look at my previous blog post on working from home if your […]了解更多
It’s April and, given the strange times we are living through, many slightly confused 2nd year students are asking me questions about the visual arts upload process. Here are some of their questions and my answers: 1 What if I am only able to submit one or two of the three course visual arts course […]了解更多
This blog will look at what sources you can go to that will help you see who the key theorists are. Links to resources will then help you start to research your theorist referring to primary and secondary sources.了解更多
In IB Theatre, the Collaborative Project is the only task that you do in the course where you are working with others over a period of time to create a piece of original theatre.了解更多
IB Chemistry - Understanding equilibrium, the basics. A good example of a reversible reaction is that of blue hydrated copper sulfate that can be heated to form white anhydrous copper sulfate. The heating process drives off the water. This reaction can easily be reversed by adding water to the white anhydrous copper sulfate.了解更多
The Chemistry internal assessment (or IA) is worth 20% of your final grade. It is assessed by your teacher and then your teachers marking is looked at by a moderator. The aim of this blog post is to introduce you to the IA criteria and to give you some tips and suggestions as to how you can achieve your best possible grade.了解更多
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