Demo Show 9-12.docx - Wartburg College Henrys Law 9-12 Time 60 minutes Standard(s Grade Level 9-12 HS-PS1-5 Apply scientific principles and evidence to

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Wartburg College Henry’s Law 9-12 Materials & Supplies LISTED: - Two cans of soda - Homework Sheets - Prior knowledge of stoichiometry Anticipatory Set/ Enticement (Pre-reading & Prerequisite Skills): (5 minutes) Start with two cans of soda on your desk and ask for two volunteers from the class. Have them come up to the front and stand. Now, take one can of soda and shake it up. Leave that can of soda in one hand and take the other can of soda and the other hand. Mix them up behind your back or under the desk so that the students cannot see. Then bring them out and have each student pick a soda can. Each of the student volunteers should open one can of soda. One of the cans will explode and the other will not. After giving time for students to laugh and clean up after one of the soda cans explodes, ask them why one can exploded and why the other didn’t. When students are chosen to come up, have each of them wear a lab apron so as to protect their clothing. Tell students that the one can that was shaken up exploded because of a phenomenon called Henry’s Law. Has anyone heard of this before? Can anyone explain it? Modeling/ Explanation (I can) : (20 minutes) Pull up the Wartburg College Chemistry Demo Show 2017 link and skip to 43:02. Stop the video at 44:44 and have students talk to their neighbor and see if they can explain Henry’s Law. After about a minute, bring it in and discuss. If needed, include an optional RTI demonstration here. Ms. Rachel Stuckey | Elementary Education | November 2017 Time: 60 minutes Grade Level: 9-12 Standard(s): HS-PS1-5. Apply scientific principles and evidence to provide an explanation about the effects of changing the temperature or concentration of the reacting particles on the rate at which a reaction occurs. Clarifying Statement: Students will explain how changing pressure and volume effect reacting particles using Henry’s Law. NGSS : Crosscutting Concept: Different patterns may be observed at each of the scales at which a system is studied and can provide evidence for causality in explanations of phenomena.
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