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Book Title: Group members: Wong Shuk Fan 3A (34) Yuen Wing Shan 3A (37) Ma Chun Ping 3A (26)
Introduction Reasons of finding it interesting Most impressive extract Applications of the ideas Thoughts about Chemistry after reading Comments
Poison: a substance that upsets the chemical workings of your body DEADLY ∵ our body cannot stay alive without chemical reactions!
some poisonous plants some poisonous animals how to detect poisons some poisonous chemicals safety precautions
interested in knowing how they work + different kinds of poisons Title: Horrible Science – Painful Poison 1 know how painful and powerful poisons are from movies & books
use of diaries, newspaper articles, warnings, magazines, etc. 2 Methods of interpretation amusing illustrations and language very interesting
1 2 3 Do you know how many poisons do you An “ORDINARY” meal BUT poisonous! From the book take in regularly each day?
1 2 3 drink too much: upset the chemistry of nerve signals Water is a poison! feel confused and tired 1
1 2 3 Salt is a poison! eat too much (quite a few tablespoonsful) : upset the chemistry of nerves contains 2 poisons – sodium & chlorine 2
Sugar is a poison! draws water from body bits into blood -can dry out a microbe only scoff LOADS of sugar will suffer this fate!
4 Oxygen in air is a poison! OO essential for life too much a molecule made up of = l oads of murderous molecules messing up the vital chemical reactions
Normal healthy meals won’t do any harm to our body! Only having huge amounts
Before reading Poisons: things we don’t come across in our daily lives for military use/killing people in detective stories
After reading realize poisons are everywhere e.g. water, salt, sugar should pay attention to everything around us 1
make a note of any poison dangers keep poisons out of reach of children After reading learn that poisons are fatal 2 do our to avoid them e.g.
closely related to our daily lives CHEMISTRY: help us live healthily and safely a bunch of weird vocabularies & symbols
Choosing of contents: poisons from our daily lives to poisons used for special reasons 1 interesting methods of interpretation not too informative and wordy
well-organised (different kinds of poisons introduced in different sections ) 2 clear & easy to follow precise & concise easy words
wide range of content 3 can learn a lot from it detailed description rich chemistry knowledge “Learning through entertainment”
help realise that Chemistry is much more than complicated symbols & vocabulary 4 inspiring find out more about the interesting side of Chemistry
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