Influence of Games with Chemical Related to the Effectiveness of Teaching Chemistry

Martina Černá


volume: 26
year: 2017
issue: 3
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online publishing date: 31/10/2017
DOI: 10.14712/25337556.2017.3.1
ISSN (Online): 2533-7556

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The article deals with games as one of the methods leading to the development of the creativity and activity of students during lessons. It describes conduct and results of the educational research, the aim of which was to demonstrate the positive impact of using games in chemistry lessons. It provides a comprehensive overview of 13 games with chemical themes, including examples of their application and a brief description of the rules. It also includes a detailed description of one of the educational games with a chemical theme – Domino (nomenclature of inorganic and organic compounds) at the conclusion of the text.


chemophobia, educational game, motivation, school instruction

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