Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Boyle's Law - Section 5: Explore

 

This lessons benefits students who are kinesthetic learners. As the kinetic behavior of gases are not visible to students, they may struggle to make meaning of how air pressure changes with changes in volume. In this lab, the can feel the pressure change and they apply more and more force down on the syringe. The scale gives them data to collect to pair with the physical action of the activity. 

  Using Kinesthetic Models
  Diverse Entry Points: Using Kinesthetic Models
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Boyle's Law

Unit 2: Effects of Heat Energy Transfers on Earth's Atmosphere
Lesson 6 of 14

Objective: SWBAT identify and explain the relationship between gas pressure and gas volume

Big Idea: Use this hands-on activity to help students understand the inversely proportional relationship between gas pressure and gasp on

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Science, meteorology, Gas Laws, Air Pressure
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