Demo Show 6-8.docx - Wartburg College Henrys Law 6-8 Time 60 minutes Grade Level 6-8 Standard(s MS-PS1-2 Analyze and interpret data on the properties of

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Wartburg College Henry’s Law 6-8 Time: 60 minutes Grade Level: 6-8 Standard(s): MS-PS1-2. Analyze and interpret data on the properties of substances before and after the substances interact to determine if a chemical reaction has occurred. Clarifying Statement: Students will understand the change in the properties of the soda that took place through the experiment. NGSS : Crosscutting Concept: Macroscopic patterns are related to the nature of microscopic and atomic- level structure. Objective (cognitive): After participating in experiments, students will be able to identify the change that took place in the soda and give at least one example of evidence from their learning. Objective (affective): After participating in the experiments, students will be able to write down their feelings about their predictions with at least 66% accuracy. Objective (psychomotor): After filling in the exit slips, students will be able to hand them in before leaving class. Materials & Supplies LISTED: - Soda can - Soda bottle (two liter) - Syringes - Nails - Methyl Red ( ) - Exit Slips Anticipatory Set/ Enticement (Pre-reading & Prerequisite Skills): Start off the lesson with an unopened soda can on the desk. Ask how many students like soda. Tell students that you normally drink juice. When you drink juice, you shake it up to make sure it’s all mixed up, so you think you’ll do the same thing with the soda. Ask students if they think that you should shake up the soda. They should say no. Ask why not. Ask the students why they think the soda can explodes. Have students write down their answers on a scratch piece of paper and set aside.
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