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Learning outcomes and Specification referenceEdit
|C1.2.1 Calcium carbonate||C1 Lesson 11 Quarries|
|Know that limestone is needed for buildings and that the positive benefits of using this material should be considered against the negative aspects of quarrying.|
Full Specification TextEdit
C1.2.1 Additional guidance:
Candidates should know that limestone is needed for buildings and that the positive benefits of using this
material should be considered against the negative aspects of quarrying.
- Students are to write the chemical formula for calcium carbonate (CaCO3) and state the 3 elements are in this compound.
- Students to write down any formations of calcium carbonate they can think of (chalk, limestone, marble..). Higher ability students to write down what type of rock formation calcium carbonate is (Sedimentary) and how they are formed.
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Activities to practice applying new knowledgeEdit
- File:Lime cycle questions.doc
- File:Limestone exam question2.doc
- File:Limestone Quarrying Debate.doc
- File:Limestone exam question markscheme.doc
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