Reflection: Unit Planning What is Equilibrium? - Section 4: Reversible Reactions


This reflection discusses how curricular changes spurred by transitioning from a traditional general chemistry curriculum to one based on the NGSS may create background knowledge gaps for students, and how to adapt instruction to reduce those gaps.

  Unit Planning: Lost in Transition...
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What is Equilibrium?

Unit 5: Kinetics and Equilibrium
Lesson 10 of 17

Objective: SWBAT explain chemical equilibrium in terms of equal rates of forward and reverse reactions.

Big Idea: Chemical reactions are dynamic processes in both the forward and reverse direction.

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Science, Chemistry, equilibrium, kinetics
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