Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Exploring the Properties of Water - Section 5: Following Through: Writing Prompt


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  The Properties of Water and the CCSS
  Adjustments to Practice: The Properties of Water and the CCSS
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Exploring the Properties of Water

Unit 3: Unit 3: Basic Chemistry in Biology
Lesson 12 of 12

Objective: Students will be able to connect the concepts of polarity and hydrogen bonding to the major properties of water.

Big Idea: Use this engaging inquiry lab to get your kids talking about the properties of water and how they relate to chemistry basics like polarity and hydrogen bonding!

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Science, acid rain, Climate Change, Ecology, ocean, Chemistry, Carbon, water, Life Science/Biology, Cohesion, fossils, carbon cycle, pH
  50 minutes
water inquiry cohesion
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