The Elesapiens teaching units combine cartoon and entertainment with curriculum contents. This unit contains digital educational resources and experimentation-based resources, providing a complete and satisfying educational experience for both students and educators.
This unit materials are aligned with the curriculum and reinforce skills and values such as critical thinking, team work, solidarity and social responsibility.
Through Ben, a benzene molecule, this unit…
This video introduces the unit on the concept of chemistry as explained through an animated character. It arouses the students’ interest in matter and introduces questions that will be answered within the resources presented in the unit.
Animation video that explains in a simple way and through powerful visual communication the concepts of Chemistry and Matter. It encourages students to pose questions. Its contents connect in a transverse way with topics in other units.
A reference guide explaining the terms mentioned in the videos and the other resources in simple and workable language for the student. Contents can be downloaded and printed out.
An infograph about the most outstanding achievements in the history of chemistry explained in a clear visual and didactic way. Contents can be downloaded and printed out, and as such, can also be used to decorate the classroom or as a visual resource.
Interactive text of 10 questions to evaluate and review the main concepts discussed in the video. The results take into account the number of correct answers as well as the time it takes to answer them. The students can review their answers after finishing. Encourages the student to think in a logical way about the subject and helps evaluate his global understanding of the concepts.
An interactive game that initiates students in chemical formulation by playing games and helping them to relate molecules and atoms. It aids in understanding the concepts explained in an entertaining way and encourages reasoning and the participation of the entire class.
A simple but dramatic experiment that is very useful in understanding chemical reactions and testing their results in a practical way. A useful aid in understanding the law of conservation of matter and encourages students to reason, question, and expound their conclusions and collaborate in teamwork.
Have you ever wondered what things are made of? "Let's Talk About Chemistry" invites us to ask ourselves what all things around us are made of, and introduces the concept of matter. With the help of Ben, a benzene molecule, we will find out what Chemistry is and its relevance to human beings.
The related activities stimulate the student's manual, cognitive and creative skills and favor learning through reasoning and experimentation, that directly involves the student in the acquisition of new knowledge.