Lesson Plan: Introduction to Reaction Rates

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Reaction Rates, Factors that affect rate, Collision theory

This lesson plan will give your students a basic overview of reaction rates. Your students will be able to identify factors that affect reaction rate, explain how a catalyst and inhibitor changes the rate of a reaction, and describe aspects of collision theory. The bell ringer is a "What do you think?" style bellwork where students will rate how fast certain well-known reactions proceed, as well as activating prior knowledge about food spoilage.

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MsRazz ChemClass

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Lesson Plan: Introduction to Reaction Rates
Lesson Plan: Introduction to Reaction Rates
Lesson Plan: Introduction to Reaction Rates
Lesson Plan: Introduction to Reaction Rates