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Analysis of activities in chemistry chapters of middle school science textbooks for the 2009 revised science curriculum: Focus on 8 science practices

Title
Analysis of activities in chemistry chapters of middle school science textbooks for the 2009 revised science curriculum: Focus on 8 science practices
Authors
Choi M.Choi A.
Ewha Authors
최애란
SCOPUS Author ID
최애란scopus
Issue Date
2016
Journal Title
Journal of the Korean Chemical Society
ISSN
1017-2548JCR Link
Citation
vol. 60, no. 6, pp. 436 - 451
Keywords
Middle school scienceScience inquiryScience practice
Publisher
Korean Chemical Society
Indexed
SCOPUS; KCI scopus
Abstract
This study analyzed activities in chemistry chapters of middle school science textbooks for the 2009 revised curriculum using 8 science practices. All the activities that students could experience inquiry were analyzed in this study. There were the most activities in 'Molecular motion and change of state' and the least activities in 'Heat and our life' of three textbooks. There were the most science practices in 'Features of substance' in two textbooks, but there were the least science practice in 'Heat and our life' of three textbooks. 'Investigation planning and performing', 'data analyzing and interpreting', and 'explanation composition and problem solution designing' were frequently included, but 'asking questions and defining issues' was not included at all. For 'Investigation planning and performing', 'data analyzing and interpreting', and 'explanation composition and problem solution designing', a variety of achievement goals were targeted while a few goals were frequently targeted. Two to four kinds of science practices were frequently included in an inquiry activity. There were few activity that includes over 5 different kinds of science practice. © 2016, Korean Physical Society. All rights reserved.
DOI
10.5012/jkcs.2016.60.6.436
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