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Chemistry with Charisma - Part 2

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Cynthia Dyes

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Chemistry with Charisma Part 2
tied to the students' world and meaningful to them
motivating and engaging
multi-sensory and FUN
Chemistry with Charisma
Provides Lessons:
Developing Understanding with Inquiry
Transfer of Energy
Chemical Reactions
Qualitative/Quantitative Observations
Conservation of Energy
Conservation of Mass

Energy Transfer
Crushing Bottles-Reversibly
Mystery Thermometer
pg. 47
Fired Up!
pg. 11
Learning Made FUN!
Make observations about the candle
Qualitative and Quantitative Observations
Observing Candles-Part B
pg. 23
What is the identity of the smoke?
What property of metal explains your observations?
Burp Bottle
pg. 29
Thank you for attending
Chemistry with Charisma!
Cindy Dyes
Region 9 ESC

Crushing Can
pg. 79
Balloon in a Flask
pg. 73
Atmospheric Pressure
Relationships of Gases
Gas Laws
Phase Change
Egg in a Bottle
pg. 53
How do the phase changes of the water play a role in this demonstration?

Create a testable question relating gas, temperature, volume, pressure, in any combination?
Everyday Materials
Properties of Gases
Why doesn't the water easily flow into the bottom bottle?
What could you do to make water flow from a rigid bottle more quickly?
What occurs as the height of the bottles change?
What factors contribute to the observed effects?
What is the relationship between temperature and pressure of the gases?

Does this model represent a "liquid" or "gas" thermometer?

What happens if you use different amounts of water?
What causes the egg to move into the bottle?
Why does the egg "dance"?
How can you remove the egg from the bottle?
Properties of Water
Can You Drop Around?
Can you determine which solution is colored water with an extra chemical?
-What properties helped you make your determination?
What procedures can you control to gather consistent results?
How did you calculate the Calorie content of the food?
Which type of food contained the most calories?
Were your calculated calorie values similar to the label?
Part B- Student Exploration
What information should be included on your data table?
Which of your grade level TEKS apply to this activity?
What was the difference between the can heated with water and without water? Why?

Draw a macroscopic and microscopic representation of what happens.
Antigravity Jar
pg. 109
What properties of water allow this phenomena to occur?
Osmosis in Action
pg. 161
Mixture Separation
pg. 169
Devise a technique to separate all the materials in the cup. You may not "pick out" any parts with your hands.
pg. 221
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