Chemistry - programme subject in Programmes for Specialization in General Studies (KJE1-01)


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Basic skills

Basic skills are integrated into the competence aims for this course in areas where they contribute to the development of and are part of the subject competence. In the Chemistry programme subject, basic skills are understood as follows:

Being able to express oneself orally and in writing in Chemistry involves the precise evaluation and presentation of one’s case in scientific discussions, as well as the planning and implementation of experiments and field trips. This includes describing observations and experiences from nature and the laboratory in the terminology of chemistry. This means formulating questions and hypotheses and presenting results.

Being able to read in Chemistry means gathering relevant information from a document and understanding articles on chemistry that vary in degree of difficulty. This means understanding texts, tables and diagrams from textbooks, reference works, newspapers, journals, advertisements and the Internet.

Numeracy in Chemistry involves calculating quantities, concentrations and pH values, and evaluating the results. It means working with and interpreting formulas, models and various types of data, as well as solving equations.

Being able to use digital tools in Chemistry involves collecting scientific information and examining, recording, processing and presenting results from personal observations. It means being able to use digital tools to simulate experiments that can be time-consuming, costly or hazardous. It also means using animations to illustrate and explain chemistry-related concepts.

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