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Jacaranda Chemistry 2 VCE Units 3 and 4 2E LearnON (Online Purchase)

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Jacaranda Chemistry 2 VCE Units 3 & 4, 2nd Edition learnON + studyON
This digital title provides 100% coverage of the VCE Study Design for Chemistry. It is available on learnON, the powerful digital learning platform making learning personalised and visible for both students and teachers.

The latest editions of the Jacaranda Chemistry VCE series include these key features:

  • Explicitly structured to the VCE Chemistry Study Design (2016-2021), with content aligned to all the key knowledge and key skills
  • In learnON, you get greater visibility into student progress and performance, allowing you to easily tailor lesson plans and create custom tests
  • Tailored exercise sets at the end of every subtopic, providing students the opportunity to test their knowledge
  • Detailed topic and Area of Study reviews, providing students with opportunities for revision with key concept summaries, key terms, investigation and an extensive range of questions and an offline printable studyON booklet with past VCE questions
  • New printable Practical Investigation logbook, with teacher-led videos
  • A dedicated topic designed to enhance skills in scientific methodology with links to, conducting practical investigations and communicating through scientific reports
  • Enhanced teacher support, including;
    • Work programs, curriculum grids and teaching advice
    • Practical investigation support, with laboratory information, risk assessment, expected results and demonstrative videos
    • Quarantined tests and SACs complete with worked solutions, exemplary responses and marking rubics
    • learnON provides visibility into student progress and performance, allowing you to customise lessons, tests and assessments
For teachers, learnON includes additional teacher resources such as quarantined questions and answers, curriculum grids and work programs.

Unit 3: How can chemical processes be designed to optimise efficiency?
Topic 1: Obtaining energy from fuels
Topic 2: Fuel choices
Topic 3: Galvanic cells as a source of energy
Topic 4: Fuel cells as a source of energy
Topic 5: Rate of chemical reactions
Topic 6: Extent of chemical reactions
Topic 7: Production of chemicals by electrolysis and rechargeable batteries

Unit 4: How are organic compounds categorised, analysed and used?
Topic 8: Structure and nomenclature of organic compounds
Topic 9: Categories, properties and reactions of organic compounds
Topic 10: Analysis of organic compounds
Topic 11: Key food molecules
Topic 12: Metabolism of food in the human body
Topic 13: Energy content of food
Topic 14: Practical investigations