chemistry lesson plan - AIM: How can we utilize chemistry...

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AIM: How can we utilize chemistry concepts in making ice cream? OBJECTIVES: Investigate the effects of temperature change on phase changes Investigate the effects of changes in freezing point Utilize the law of conservation of energy Apply these concepts to make ice cream! Do Now: Students will answer pre-lab questions utilizing prior knowledge. Questions are designed to get students thinking about energy changes involved in ice-cream production. Procedure: After we go over pre-lab questions on worksheet , we discuss the recipe. Don’t give them the recipe, make your students use their brains. But you should guide their brains before they start…. Here are some sample questions to ask them to make them think about their recipes: -Which of the 5 ingredients do you want IN the ice cream? (milk, sugar, vanilla) -Which of the 5 ingredients should NOT be in? (ice, salt) -Why are there 2 bags? (one for the “wanted” stuff, one for the other stuff.) -How much of each ingredient goes into the ice cream? (I only put out the
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