States of Matter - Kinetic Theory of Liquids, Intermolecular forces, Vapor Pressure, Evaporation, Boiling Point
This lesson plan includes two 50-minute lessons on the kinetic molecular theory of liquids. The first lesson includes a warm up activity that reviews the KMT theory of gases. The Power Point covers the important aspects of KMT, evaporation, and KE distribution. The second lesson reviews the information from lesson one in the warm up and the Power Point discusses the relationship between intermolecular forces and vapor pressure. A thorough discussion of conditions necessary to boil and examples of elevation differences and boiling point is examined. A suggestion for an IM forces demonstration is given and a video of boiling water at room temperature is embedded in the Power Point. These lesson plans are colorful, easy to follow, and are sure to keep your
This lesson plan includes:
• (2) Bell Ringers
• (2) Student Note Sheets
• (2) Power Points
• (2) Homework Worksheets
• (2) Video demonstrations
• (1) Teacher Demonstration
• Answer keys to everything!
Ideal for teaching any college-prep chemistry classroom! Enjoy!
Other States of Matter lessons you may be interested in:
Lesson Plan: Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases (KMT)
Lesson Plan: Kinetic Molecular Theory of Liquids (KMT)
Lesson Plan: Kinetic Molecular Theory of Solids (KMT)
Lesson Plan: Phase Diagrams
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Labs/activities that reinforce these concepts:
Lab Activity: Polymers aka Making SLIME! Great for a states of matter unit when discussing IM forces!
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