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Brocci Bundles: Chem - Physical & Chemical Properties & Changes/Rxns BIG Bundle

Brocci Bundles: Chem - Physical & Chemical Properties & Changes/Rxns BIG Bundle
Brocci Bundles: Chem - Physical & Chemical Properties & Changes/Rxns BIG Bundle
Brocci Bundles: Chem - Physical & Chemical Properties & Changes/Rxns BIG Bundle
Brocci Bundles: Chem - Physical & Chemical Properties & Changes/Rxns BIG Bundle
Brocci Bundles: Chem - Physical & Chemical Properties & Changes/Rxns BIG Bundle
Brocci Bundles: Chem - Physical & Chemical Properties & Changes/Rxns BIG Bundle
Brocci Bundles: Chem - Physical & Chemical Properties & Changes/Rxns BIG Bundle
Brocci Bundles: Chem - Physical & Chemical Properties & Changes/Rxns BIG Bundle
Product Description
Spun-off from Amazon's popular line of Bossy Brocci Math and Big Science Workbooks, this BIG Bundle on Physical and Chemical Properties & Changes/Reactions contains: 40 Lessons, 110 Worksheets - and Assessment up the a$$!

This BIG Bundle contains the:
Properties & Changes Bundle
and the
Chemical Equations, Reactions, Rate Factors & LoCoM Bundle

It's like getting everything you need from his Amazon Big Science 4 book - but with larger student workspaces, and with just the press of a button. Individual cost would be $46.50, but the Bundle price is just $30!

Yowza!

320 slides are printed as 160 Landscape DOUBLE-SIDED sheets of paper, with the 'Flip' being along the 'SHORT' edge.

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with only about 38 minutes for science class!

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and No Test-Prep books or programs.


So what are my kids learning, doing and using?

Bossy Brocci worksheets.

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This Physical & Chemical Properties & Changes/Reactions BIG Bundle contains:


ENERGY VS. MATTER GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS

Students will:
1) Complete Note-taking (in class, with a group, or solo) in a Graphic Organizer (Semantic Map) on Energy vs. Matter:
Features and Types of Energy
Defining Properties of Matter
Example Physical Properties of Matter
Example Chemical Properties of Matter
2) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
3) Be trained to know the differences between Energy and Matter methodically & systematically


WHAT'S THE MATTER IN YOUR CLASSROOM?

Students will:
1) Select 7 examples of matter in their classroom - objects or substances
2) Fill-in 2 Data Tables on the description of that matter:
Visible or Invisible
Mass (Qualitative - though teacher could require quantitative)
Volume (Qualitative - though teacher could require quantitative)
Color(s)
Shape
Phase or State
Composition
Flammability or Rusts/Tarnishes
3) Fill-in a total of 56 cells in 2 Data Tables
4) Answer 20 Fill-in-the-Blank and Multiple-choice questions about their Calculations and Observations in the preceding Tables
5) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
6) Be trained to Identify & Analyze the Properties of Matter methodically & systematically


PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS

Students will:
1) Complete Note-taking (in class, with a group, or solo) in a Graphic Organizer (Semantic Map) on Physical Properties & Chemical Properties:
Write 21 examples of Physical Properties
Elaborate on 12 examples of Chemical Properties
2) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
3) Be trained to know Physical and Chemical Properties - and how they differ methodically & systematically


IDENTIFYING THE MYSTERY PERSON THROUGH PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Students will:
1) Select 2 people in their school and write about 3 Physical Properties of each person, and 3 "Chemical" properties of each person (where "Chemical" properties details how that person behaves or interacts with something - food, a subject, a sport, another person; for example, "Reacts positively with Social Studies").
2) Read their Clues aloud and see if anyone can guess the identity of the Mystery Matter Person
3) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
4) Be trained to Identify & Analyze the Properties of Matter methodically & systematically


COMPOUND X PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES REPORT & ANALYSIS

Students will:
1) Create a Fictitious Chemical Compound from actual Elements, and Fill-in 2 Data Tables about that Compound:
Compound Name
Compound Structure (draw ball-n-stick or Kekule structure)
Chemical Formula
Appearance
State of Matter
Solubility in Water
Melting Point
Boiling Point
Specific Heat Capacity
Density
and
Chemical Properties
2) Fill-in in a total of 25 cells in 2 different Data Tables
3) Answer 17 Fill-in-the-Blank and Multiple-choice questions based on their Calculation & Observations from the preceding Tables
4) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
5) Be trained to Identify & Analyze the Properties of Matter methodically & systematically


PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES QUIZ

Students will:
1) Answer 30 Multiple-choice questions on Physical versus Chemical Properties
2) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
3) Be trained to understand Physical and Chemical Properties methodically & systematically


PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL & NUCLEAR CHANGES GRAPHIC ORGANIZER

Students will:
1) Complete Note-taking (in class, with a group, or solo) in a Graphic Organizer (Semantic Map) on the 3 Types of Changes to Matter:
Physical
Chemical
and
Nuclear
2) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
3) Be trained to understand the 3 Fundamental changes to matter methodically & systematically


PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL CHANGES QUIZ

Students will:
1) Answer 35 Fill-in-the-Blank and Multiple-choice questions on Physical versus Chemical Changes
2) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
3) Be trained to understand Physical and Chemical Changes methodically & systematically


CHEMICAL CHANGES & CHEMICAL REACTION CLUES/INDICATORS GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS

Students will:
1) Complete Note-taking (in class, with a group, or solo) in a Graphic Organizer (Semantic Map) on Chemical Changes or Chemical Reactions, and the Clues or Indicators that accompany/are associated with Chemical Change
2) Fill-in or Elaborate on 12 Chemical Changes
3) Fill-in or Elaborate on 10 Clues or Indicators of Chemical Change (smoke, ash, temperature change, Precipitate etc.)
4) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
5) Be trained to Identify Chemical Changes and their Clues or Indicators methodically & systematically


MENU OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS & THEIR CLUES/INDICATORS

The TEACHER will:
Have 88 Chemical reactions listed at hand to:
Quickly select reactions that provide a particular desired Clue or Clues (color change, Temperature change, smoke, ash, Precipitate, Light etc.)
Quickly select reactions for Demonstration
Quickly select reactions for Lab/Inquiry


CHEMICAL EQUATIONS GRAPHIC ORGANIZER & ACTIVITY

Students will:
1) Complete Note-taking (in class, with a group, or solo) in a Graphic Organizer (Semantic Map) on Chemical Equations
2) Write 7 Phrases about Products that are the counterpart/opposite to the given seven phrases about Reactants
3) Identify & Write the chemical and physical (energy) Reactants and Products for 10 given Chemical Equations
4) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
5) Be trained to identify and distinguish Reactants and Products methodically & systematically


CHEMICAL EQUATIONS AND REACTANTS & PRODUCTS QUIZ

Students will:
1) Answer 50 Multiple-choice questions on Chemical Equations, Reactants and Products
2) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
3) Be trained to understand Chemical Equations and identify Reactants and Products methodically & systematically


THE 4 ELEMENTARY TYPES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS GRAPHIC ORGANIZER & ACTIVITY

Students will:
1) Complete Note-taking (in class, with a group, or solo) in a Graphic Organizer (Semantic Map) on the Four Elementary Chemical Reactions (Synthesis, Decomposition, Single Replacement, Double Replacement) plus Combustion
2) Write the Names of the Elementary Chemical Reactions, plus Combustion
3) Write Descriptions or Definitions of the Elementary Chemical Reactions, plus Combustion
4) Write mnemonic or memorable nicknames for the Elementary Chemical Reactions, plus Combustion
5) Draw Symbolic representations of the Reactants & Products in Elementary Chemical Reactions, plus Combustion
6) Select and Write phrases that describe what's happening in 10 given Chemical Equations (e.g. "2 or more things become 1")
7) Identify & Write which of the Elementary Chemical Reactions (or Combustion) each of those 10 Chemical Equations represents
8) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
9) Be trained to identify the Elementary Chemical Reactions and Combustion methodically & systematically


THE 4 ELEMENTARY TYPES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS + COMBUSTION QUIZ

Students will:
1) Answer 29 Fill-in-the-Blank and Multiple-choice questions about the Four Elementary Chemical Reactions (Synthesis, Decomposition, Single Replacement, Double Replacement), plus Combustion
2) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
3) Be trained to understand and identify the Four Elementary Chemical Reactions and Combustion methodically & systematically


ENDOTHERMIC VS. EXOTHERMIC GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS

Students will:
1) Complete Note-taking (in class, with a group, or solo) in a Graphic Organizer (Semantic Map) on Endothermic vs. Exothermic Chemical Reactions
2) Write 9 Phrases about either Endothermic or Exothermic Reactions that are the counterpart/opposite to various given phrases about the other type of reaction
3) Fill in a Graphic with Words, Letters, Symbols and a Definition for Endothermic and Exothermic Chemical Reactions
4) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
5) Be trained to Identify, Distinguish and Define Endothermic & Exothermic methodically & systematically


ENDOTHERMIC VS. EXOTHERMIC CHANGES

Students will:
1) Define and Describe 10 Chemical Equations and 5 Physical Changes (Phase Changes) that are either Endothermic or Exothermic changes
2) Select & Write 4 Phrases that describe the 10 given Chemical Equations:
Heat is a Reactant; the Reaction is Endothermic
Heat is a Product; the Reaction is Exothermic
The Reaction Takes, Uses and Absorbs Heat
and
The Reaction Makes, Produces and Releases Heat
3) Select & Write 6 Phrases that describe the 5 given Physical Changes/Phase Changes:
Heat is Required, Absorbed from the Surroundings
Heat is Produced, Released in to the Surroundings
This Phase Change is Endothermic
This Phase Change is Exothermic
Temperature of Surroundings Decreases
and
Temperature of Surroundings Increases
4) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
5) Be trained to identify, describe and define Endothermic and Exothermic changes methodically & systematically


ENDOTHERMIC & EXOTHERMIC CHEMICAL REACTIONS & CHANGES QUIZ

Students will:
1) Answer 65 Fill-in-the-Blank and Multiple-choice questions about Endothermic and Exothermic Chemical Changes/Reactions and Physical Changes/Phase Changes
2) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
3) Be trained to identify, describe and define Endothermic and Exothermic changes methodically & systematically


CHEMICAL EQUATIONS & CHEMICAL REACTIONS TOP 10

Students will:
1) Transcribe this Top 10 sentence List summarizing the essential facts about Chemical Equations and Chemical Reactions that they learned from previously-sequenced Bossy Brocci Lessons into their own notes/notebooks - and use this as a study guide or testing aide.
2) Be compelled to present their knowledge in a highly-structured & logical format
3) Be trained to understand Chemical Equations and Chemical Reactions methodically & systematically


CHEMICAL EQUATIONS AND TYPES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS QUIZ

Students will:
1) Analyze 8 actual Chemical Equations and identify in each the
Reactants & Products
2) Analyze 8 actual Chemical Equations and classify each as to:
Endothermic
Exothermic
Synthesis
Decomposition
Single Replacement
or
Double Replacement
3) Answer 27 Fill-in-the-Blank and Multiple-choice questions about Chemical Equations and Types of Chemical Reactions
4) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
5) Be trained to understand Chemical Equations and Types of Chemical Reactions methodically & systematically


ACTIVATION ENERGY AND THE FIVE RATE FACTORS GRAPHIC ORGANIZER & ACTIVITY (Unabridged version)

Students will:
1) Fill-in and/or Label 2 Exothermic Reaction Diagrams with:
Reactants
Activation Energy
Transition State
Products
and define Activation Energy
2) Fill-in and/or Label 2 Endothermic Reaction Diagrams with:
Reactants
Activation Energy
Transition State
Products
and define Activation Energy
3) Draw 2 symbolic examples or illustrations of both a Slower and Faster reaction as a result of each of the 5 Rate Factors (w/ Surface Area & Pressure really being disguised versions of the Concentration effect):
Concentration
Surface Area
Pressure
Temperature
and
Catalyst
4) Write an explanation - explain how - a reaction is sped up by:
Concentration
Surface Area
Pressure
Temperature
and
Catalyst
5) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
6) Be trained to identify and describe the 5 Factors' Effect on Chemical Reaction Rates methodically & systematically


ACTIVATION ENERGY AND THE FIVE RATE FACTORS GRAPHIC ORGANIZER (Abridged version)

Students will:
1) Fill-in and/or Label 1 Exothermic Reaction Diagrams with:
Reactants
Activation Energy
Transition State
Products
and define Activation Energy
2) Fill-in and/or Label 1 Endothermic Reaction Diagrams with:
Reactants
Activation Energy
Transition State
Products
and define Activation Energy
3) Analyze 5 Pairs of images (10 images total) of reaction conditions representative of the Five Rate Factors:
Concentration
Pressure
Surface Area (w/ Surface Area & Pressure really being disguised versions of the Concentration effect)
Temperature
and
Catalyst
4) Identify, select and Write which image in the reaction pair is the Slower reaction, and which one is the Faster reaction
5) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
6) Be trained to identify and describe the 5 Factors' Effect on Chemical Reaction Rates methodically & systematically


MENU OF REACTION RATE EXPERIMENTAL PAIRS

Teachers will:
1) Have 4 Pairs of Reaction duets to select from that demonstrate the Effect of Concentration on Reaction rates
2) Have 4 Pairs of Reaction duets to select from that demonstrate the Effect of Surface Area on Reaction rates
3) Have 4 Pairs of Reaction duets to select from that demonstrate the Effect of Temperature on Reaction rates
4) Have 4 Pairs of Reaction duets to select from that demonstrate the Effect of Catalyst on Reaction rates
5) Quickly organize a Classroom Demonstration
or
6) Easily set-up a Hands-on inquiry for students


CHEMICAL REACTION RATE FACTORS EXPERIMENTAL PAIRS

Students will:
1) Observe 4 different Controlled Experiment Reaction-pair duets that the teacher has provided them (from, for example, Lesson # 22)
2) Write the description of initial reactants or system for each half of the 4 duets (8 total written descriptions)
3) Illustrate/Draw the final results for each half of the 4 duets (8 total illustrations by hand)
4) Identify the Faster reaction
5) Cite the causal Rate Factor (from Concentration, Surface Area, Temperature or Catalyst)
6) Write an explanation for HOW that rate factor sped up the winning reaction
7) Fill-in a total of 12 cells in 2 Data Tables with illustrations and text
8) Answer 20 Multiple-choice questions based on their Calculations and Observations recorded in the preceding Data Tables
9) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
10) Be trained to identify and describe Rate Factors' Effect on Chemical Reaction Rates methodically & systematically


PREDICTING & EXPLAINING CHEMICAL REACTION RATES (reading & writing version)

Students will:
1) Read & Examine 6 Reaction conditions or systems, described by/with text
2) Analyze and Predict 5 "competitions" or races between each half of 5 Controlled Experiment reaction duets
3) Identify & Write which Rate Factor (from Concentration, Surface Area, Pressure, Temperature or Catalyst) is responsible for the outcome
4) Write an explanation for HOW that rate factor sped up the winning reaction
5) Fill-in a total of 14 cells in 1 Data Table with written responses
6) Answer 20 Multiple-choice questions based on their Calculations and Observations recorded in the preceding Data Table
7) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
8) Be trained to identify and describe Rate Factors' Effect on Chemical Reaction Rates methodically & systematically


PREDICTING & EXPLAINING CHEMICAL REACTIONS RATES (symbolic & writing version)

Students will:
1) Examine 6 Reaction conditions or systems, described symbolically, with illustrated reactants/reaction system
2) Analyze and Predict 5 "competitions" or races between each half of 5 Controlled Experiment reaction duets
3) Identify & Write which Rate Factor (from Concentration, Surface Area, Pressure, Temperature or Catalyst) is responsible for the outcome
4) Write an explanation for HOW that rate factor sped up the winning reaction
5) Fill-in a total of 14 cells in 1 Data Table with written responses
6) Answer 20 Multiple-choice questions based on their Calculations and Observations recorded in the preceding Data Table
7) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
8) Be trained to identify and describe Rate Factors' Effect on Chemical Reaction Rates methodically & systematically


TWENTY-FOUR PAIRS OF CHEMICAL REACTION RATE COMPARISONS

Students will:
1) Examine 16 Reaction conditions or systems, described symbolically, with illustrated reactants/reaction system
2) Analyze and Predict 24 "competitions" or races between each half of 24 Controlled Experiment reaction duets
3) Predict the Faster chemical reaction in 2 Data Tables
4) Identify & Write which Rate Factor (from Concentration, Surface Area, Pressure or Temperature) is responsible for the outcome in 2 Data Tables [catalyst not included in this Lesson]
5) Select or Assign the two given hypothetical reaction rates or speeds to each half of the 24 duets (total of 48 entries) in 2 Data Tables
6) Write the selected reaction rate above each of the 16 given system images in 2 Graphic Organizers
7) Fill-in a total of 96 cells in 2 Data Tables with written text and quantitative responses
8) Answer 65 Fill-in-the-Blank and Multiple-choice questions based on their Calculations and Observations recorded in the preceding Data Tables
9) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
10) Be trained to identify and describe Rate Factors' Effect on Chemical Reaction Rates methodically & systematically


COLLIDING KIDS CHEMICAL REACTIONS AND RATE FACTORS

Welcome to THE "experiment" or Demo/Activity that will make you a legend among your students.

Students will:
1) Write a description of 6 different Experimental Human reactions/systems, describing the set-up the teacher has prescribed or created in a Data Table (from, for example, Lesson #27)
2) Time and Record the number of reactant B - reactant G collisions in 15 seconds in the Data Table
3) Use that data to Calculate the Collisons per hour (Cph)
4) Calculate the Reactions per hour (Rph) using the formula provided in the Data Table
5) Fill-in a Total of 24 cells in a Data Table with written responses and quantitative data
6) Draw or Illustrate symbolically the set-up for the 6 reactions/systems in a Visual Graphic Organizer - and write the Rph for each of the 6 images
7) Write the set-up for the 6 reactions/systems in a Verbal Graphic Organizer - and write the Rph for each of the 6 images
8) Answer 50 Fill-in-the-Blank and Multiple-choice questions based on their Calculations and Observations recorded in the preceding Data Table and Graphic Organizers
9) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
10) Be trained to identify and describe Rate Factors' Effect on Chemical Reaction Rates methodically & systematically


ACTIVATION ENERGY & CHEMICAL REACTION RATE FACTORS TOP 10

Students will:
1) Transcribe this Top 10 sentence List summarizing the essential facts about the Factors that affect the speed or Rate of Chemical Reactions that they learned from previously-sequenced Bossy Brocci Lessons into their own notes/notebooks - and use this as a study guide or testing aide.
2) Be compelled to present their knowledge in a highly-structured & logical format
3) Be trained to understand the the Factors that affect the speed or Rate of Chemical Reactions methodically & systematically


TEST ON ENDOTHERMIC & EXOTHERMIC REACTIONS & CHANGES; ACTIVATION ENERGY; AND CHEMICAL REACTION RATE FACTORS

Students will:
1) Take a Test consisting of 86 questions on Endothermic vs.Exothermic Chemical Reactions, and on Reaction Rate Factors:
Concentration
Surface Area
Pressure
Temperature
and
Catalyst
2) Analyze 4 Reaction Diagrams and Answer 18 Fill-in-the-Blank and Multiple-Choice questions based on those diagrams
3) Answer 49 additional Fill-in-the-Blank and Multiple-Choice questions
4) Examine a Reaction Diagram and Answer 7 Fill-in-the-Blank and Multiple-choice questions based on that diagram
5) Complete and accurately Draw 12 Graphs depicting the causal relationships between various Rate Factors and Reaction speeds/rates
6) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
7) Be trained to understand Endothermic vs. Exothermic Reactions, and the Factors affecting reaction Rates methodically & systematically


COEFFICIENTS, SUBSCRIPTS, AND THE LAW of CONSERVATION of MATTER/MASS GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS

Students will:
1) Complete Note-taking (in class, with a group, or solo) in a Graphic Organizer (Semantic Map) on Identifying and Quantifying Chemical Species using Coefficients & Subscripts
2) Learn how to Calculate the number of atoms (or moles of atoms) using Coefficients & Subscripts
3) Use the Chemical Equation of Photosynthesis for Writing 5 statements about The Law of Conservation of Matter/Mass (LoCoM)
4) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
5) Be trained to identify and quantify Chemical Species methodically & systematically


BALANCING CHEMICAL EQUATIONS WITH BOTTLECAPS ACTIVITY SHEETS

Students will:
1) Use this double-sided Chemical Equations sheet to Construct physical models (using Bottlecaps, Ball-n-Stick etc.) of Reactants & Products
2) Use this double-sided Chemical Equations sheet to Draw, Color and Write various Balanced Chemical Equations that demonstrate The Law of Conservation of Matter/Mass (LoCoM)
3) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
4) Be trained to Model and Write Balanced Chemical Equations methodically & systematically


CALCULATING ATOMS & MOLES OF ATOMS IN 2 COMPOUNDS

Note: this Lesson does NOT involve or require Avogadro's Number or Constant for calculation; instead, the intention here is to acquaint & familiarize students with the mole so that they treat it no differently than a dozen.

Students will:
1) Analyze the two chemical species 8 KAl(SO4)2 and 3 (NH4)2Cr2O7, then Calculate AND show their work in 4 Data Tables for the number of:
K atoms
moles of K atoms
Al atoms
moles of K atoms
S atoms
moles of S atoms
O atoms
moles of O atoms
N atoms
moles of O atoms
H atoms
moles of H atoms
Cr atoms
moles of Cr atoms
O atoms
moles of O atoms
plus
Total atoms
and
moles of Total atoms
2) Fill-in a total of 38 cells in 4 Data Tables
3) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
4) Be trained to comprehend and calculate atoms and moles of atoms methodically & systematically


CHECKING IF CHEMICAL EQUATIONS ARE BALANCED OR NOT

Students will:
1) Analyze & Dissect 24 Chemical Equations
2) Calculate & Fill in the number of Atoms (or moles of Atoms) for each and every Reactant and Product Element
3) Fill-in either and equal ( =) or Non-equal sign below the reaction arrow
4) Write the Conclusion:
"LoCoM" for those Chemical equations that are balanced and obey The Law of Conservation of Matter
or
"Impossible" for those Chemical equations that are not balanced, not correct and do not obey The Law of Conservation of Matter
5) Fill-in a total of 218 cells in 4 Data Tables
6) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
7) Be trained to quantify atoms (or moles of atoms) and determine whether Chemical Equations are Balanced or not (Stoichiometry) - methodically & systematically


BALANCING SYMBOLIC CHEMICAL EQUATIONS FOR MASS

Students will:
1) Analyze & Dissect 28 Symbolic Chemical Equations
2) Calculate & Fill-in the missing and necessary Mass (in grams) for 28 various Reactants and Products
3) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
4) Be trained to Balance and determine whether Chemical Equations are Balanced with and by Mass - methodically & systematically


BALANCING REAL CHEMICAL EQUATIONS FOR ATOMS

Students will:
1) Analyze & Balance 21 actual Chemical Equations - with 9 of those representing the chemical reactions in various types of batteries (Alkaline, Lead-acid, NiCd, NiMH & 5 variations on Li-ion battery reactions/equations).
2) Calculate & Fill-in the required or necessary number of Atoms (or moles of Atoms) for various Reactant and Product Elements, so that the final Chemical Equation obeys The Law of Conservation of Matter
3) Fill-in a total of 35 cells in 2 Data Tables
4) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
5) Be trained to quantify atoms (or moles of atoms) and Balance Chemical Equations (Stoichiometry) - methodically & systematically


BALANCING REAL CHEMICAL EQUATIONS FOR MASS & ATOMS

Students will:
1) Analyze & Balance 12 actual Chemical Equations for BOTH Mass and Atoms (moles of atoms)
2) Calculate & Fill-in the required or necessary mass AND Atoms for various Reactants & Products and their constituent Elements, so that the final Chemical Equation obeys The Law of Conservation of Matter
3) Fill-in a total of 33 cells in 2 Data Tables
4) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
5) Be trained to calculate required Mass & moles of Atoms and Balance Chemical Equations (Stoichiometry) - methodically & systematically


ANALYZING BALANCED CHEMICAL EQUATIONS FOR TRUTHS ABOUT THE LAW OF CONSERVATION OF MATTER/MASS (amu version)

Note: unlike the following lesson #38, this precedingLesson uses number of atoms and molecules and Atomic Mass Units (a.m.u.) for mass

Students will:
1) Analyze 6 Balanced Chemical Equations on 6 different Data Tables
2) Calculate, Determine, Draw & Write-in:
Reaction Arrows
Unique shapes around unique chemical reactant & product species
'Same' or 'Different' for Left-side & Right-side shapes
The Number of each reactant & product chemical specie (molecule or atom coefficient)
'Same' or 'Different' for those Left-side & Right-side Coefficients (number of molecules or atoms)
The Total number of reactant and product "players" or things (total number of atoms or molecules)
'Same' or 'Different' for those Left-side & Right-side Total players/things (atoms or molecules)
The Number of Different Reactant and Product Chemical species (different types of shapes they drew around those chemicals)
'Same' or 'Different' for those Left-side & Right-side quantities of different chemical species
The Number of each Element's Atoms (via Coefficient x Subscript)
'Same' or 'Different' for those Left-side & Right-side quantities of Element atoms
The Total number of reactant Atoms & product Atoms
'Same' or 'Different' for those Left-side & Right-side Atom totals
and
The Total reactant Mass (in a.m.u.) & product Mass (in a.m.u.)
'Same' or 'Different' for those Left-side & Right-side Mass totals
3) Perform a total of 206 tasks in 6 Data Tables
4) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
5) Discover 2 Universal Truths about The Law of Conservation of Matter and Chemical Reactions/Chemical Equations:
A) That 1 thing ALWAYS CHANGES: Chemical species or identity and
B) That 4 things ALWAYS STAY THE SAME: Elements, Number of Element Atoms, Total Atoms and Total Mass.
6) Be trained to identify and enumerate the things that Chemical Reactions and Balanced Chemical Equations Change and Conserve - methodically & systematically


ANALYZING BALANCED CHEMICAL EQUATIONS FOR TRUTHS ABOUT THE LAW OF CONSERVATION OF MATTER/MASS (moles version)


Note: unlike preceding lesson #37, this Lesson uses Moles and Grams to quantify atoms, molecules and mass.

Students will:
1) Analyze 6 Balanced Chemical Equations on 6 different Data Tables
2) Calculate, Determine, Draw & Write-in:
Reaction Arrows
Unique shapes around unique chemical reactant & product species
'Same' or 'Different' for Left-side & Right-side shapes
The Moles of each reactant & product chemical specie (molecule or atom coefficient)
'Same' or 'Different' for those Left-side & Right-side Coefficients (moles of molecules or atoms)
The Total number of reactant and product "players" or things (total moles of atoms or molecules)
'Same' or 'Different' for those Left-side & Right-side Total players/things (moles of atoms or molecules)
The Number of Different Reactant and Product Chemical species (different types of shapes they drew around those chemicals)
'Same' or 'Different' for those Left-side & Right-side quantities of different chemical species
The Moles of each Element's Atoms (via Coefficient x Subscript)
'Same' or 'Different' for those Left-side & Right-side moles of Element atoms
The Total moles of reactant Atoms & product Atoms
'Same' or 'Different' for those Left-side & Right-side Atom moles totals
and
The Total reactant Mass (in grams) & product Mass (in grams)
'Same' or 'Different' for those Left-side & Right-side Mass totals
3) Perform a total of 206 tasks in 6 Data Tables
4) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
5) Discover 2 Universal Truths about The Law of Conservation of Matter and Chemical Reactions/Chemical Equations:
A) That 1 thing ALWAYS CHANGES: Chemical species or identity and
B) That 4 things ALWAYS STAY THE SAME: Elements, Number of Element Atoms, Total Atoms and Total Mass.
6) Be trained to identify and enumerate the things that Chemical Reactions and Balanced Chemical Equations Change and Conserve - methodically & systematically


ASSESSMENT ON BALANCED CHEMICAL EQUATIONS AND THE LAW OF CONSERVATION OF MATTER/MASS

Students will:
1) Analyze 6 Balanced Chemical Equations
2) Calculate & Fill in the number of Atoms (or moles of Atoms) for each and every Reactant and Product Element
3) Fill-in a total of 42 cells in 2 Data Tables
4) Answer 36 Fill-in-the-Blank and Multiple-choice questions based on their Calculations and Observations recorded in the preceding Data Tables
5) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
6) Be trained to quantify atoms (or moles of atoms) and determine whether Chemical Equations are Balanced or not (Stoichiometry) - methodically & systematically


QUIZ ON BALANCED CHEMICAL EQUATIONS AND THE LAW OF CONSERVATION OF MATTER/MASS

Students will:
1) Answer 25 Multiple-choice & Fill-in-the-Blank questions about Balanced Chemical Equations, Chemical Reactions & The Law of Conservation of Matter/Mass
2) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
3) Be trained to Balance Chemical Equations and understand The Law of Conservation of Matter methodically & systematically

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Printing should be done in LANDSCAPE and DOUBLE-SIDED, with the flip being along the 'SHORT' edge



Science Chemistry Physical Properties Chemical Properties Physical Changes Chemical Changes Nuclear Changes Chemical Reactions Elementary Chemical Reactions Synthesis Decomposition Single Displacement Double Displacement Combustion Endothermic Reactions Exothermic Reactions Precipitate Chemical Equations Reactants Products Coefficients Subscripts Stoichiometry Balancing Chemical Equations The Law of Conservation of Matter The Law of Conservation of Mass Reaction Rates Reaction Kinetics Activation Energy Reaction Rate Speed Factors Temperature Catalyst Pressure Surface Area Concentration
Total Pages
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