Reflection: Standards Alignment Now It's Your Turn to Identify the Reaction - Section 3: Lab exploration

 

  Adapting Lessons to NGSS.
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Now It's Your Turn to Identify the Reaction

Unit 3: Unit 5 Chemical Reactions
Lesson 13 of 13

Objective: TSWBAT identify five different types of chemical reactions based on how reactants form products.

Big Idea: Students perform demos that illustrate the 5 types of chemical reactions and determine what type of reaction they are observing.

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Science, conservation of mass, Chemistry, Chemical Reactions and Balancing, Combustion, concept development, synthesis, chemical reaction
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