In this lesson students have a chance to practice what they have learned about Le Chatelier's Principle, Collision Theory, and graphing of reactions through computer activities and graphing.
For the first part of this lesson (or second, depending on which order the students do the activity) they are with a partner on the computers doing two different computer activities.
For the first activity they are reviewing Le Chatelier's Principle using a visual animation that both shows and explains what happens to systems when they are stressed.
For the second activity students are working with a PhET simulation on visualizing molecular-level reactions.
This is a copy of an answer key for the computer activities and this is a copy of one student's work.
For the second part of this lesson (or first depending on the order which students are doing the activities) students are doing some graphing.