CHEMICAL BONDS AND EQUATIONS - Demo, Labs and Science Stations

CHEMICAL BONDS AND EQUATIONS - Demo, Labs and Science Stations
CHEMICAL BONDS AND EQUATIONS - Demo, Labs and Science Stations
CHEMICAL BONDS AND EQUATIONS - Demo, Labs and Science Stations
CHEMICAL BONDS AND EQUATIONS - Demo, Labs and Science Stations
CHEMICAL BONDS AND EQUATIONS - Demo, Labs and Science Stations
CHEMICAL BONDS AND EQUATIONS - Demo, Labs and Science Stations
CHEMICAL BONDS AND EQUATIONS - Demo, Labs and Science Stations
CHEMICAL BONDS AND EQUATIONS - Demo, Labs and Science Stations
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Working in the lab and being engaged in science experiments is the most exciting part of science. The following Chemical Bonds and Equations Demo, Lab and Science Stations give your students the opportunity to investigate, explore and learn the science topic being studied.



Topics Included for Chemical Bonds and Equations:
• Types of Chemical Bonds
• Writing Formulas and Naming Compounds
• Chemical Reactions
• Balancing Chemical Equations
• Chemical Rxns – Types, Rates and Energy

Chemical Bonds and Equations Demo, Lab & Science Stations will showcase each student’s ability to:

• Explain the different components of a chemical equation
• Describe ionic bonds and covalent bonds
• Explain how to determine oxidation numbers
• Write formulas and names for ionic and covalent compounds
• Balance chemical equations
• Identify the reactants and products in a chemical reaction
• Identify the four different types of chemical reactions – synthesis, decomposition, single displacement, double displacement
• Compare and contrast exergonic and endergonic reactions
• Determine how a chemical reaction satisfies the law of conservation of mass


What is provided with this product – SEE PRODUCT PREVIEW FOR SAMPLE PAGES

1. SCIENCE STATION SIGNAGE for all 7 stations is provided in color and in black and white (see preview) and all student answer sheets have icons that correspond with each station for ease of use.

2. DEMONSTRATION (teacher-led) which allows teachers to invite scientific discussions and can help uncover misconceptions and, most importantly, lead to heightened curiosity and interest of the topic being studied.

3. GUIDED INQUIRY LAB which is a traditional lab that allows students to perform an investigation to solve a problem. Students will hypothesize, collect and analyze data and communicate their results.

4. TEACHER GUIDES to DEMOS & SCIENCE STATIONS help get you started and give you background information to make your science lessons awesome!

5. 7 SCIENCE STATIONS which are designated locations in the classroom with activities that challenge students to extend their knowledge and elaborate on their science skills by working independently of the teacher in small groups or pairs. Stations included are:

Group members will read an interesting and relevant science passage then complete a task to help increase science literacy and deepen their understanding of the science concept.

Group members will have images, illustrations or actual samples at this station that show applications or processes of the science topic. Using what they’ve learned, they will need to apply their observation skills to complete the questions attached to each.

Group members use their math skills to complete the station challenge. Skills may include graphing, analyzing data, using models, measurement, and calculating formulas or word problems.

Group members will work with one another to explore the concept through hands-on activities so they may practice specific inquiry process skills as they learn.

There are three different options for this station: interviews, video, group essay. Depending on the option you choose, group members will communicate what they know by answering questions in creative ways.

Group members will work together to solve a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) challenge by creating models or designs that demonstrate their understanding of the science topic being taught.

This station makes science concepts relevant for students by asking them to imagine scenarios that will bring about discussion and critical thinking.

6. INQUIRY PROCESS SKILLS CHECKLIST is provided with each set to show teachers and administrators the inquiry skills used by students in each activity. These skills include, but are not limited to, communicating, creating models, inferring, classifying, identifying variables, measuring, observing, predicting, gathering and organizing data, comparing and contrasting, interpreting data and manipulating materials.

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Copyright © Nitty Gritty Science, LLC. All rights reserved by author Dr. Erica Colón. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.

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