This Lights, Camera, Reaction! unit also includes:
Excite classes with a STEM project-based learning lesson covering chemical reactions. Groups study the different types through simulations and hands-on activities. They pick one type (synthesis, decomposition, single displacement, double displacement or combustion) and develop a presentation to be incorporated into a class video about chemical reactions.
- Find examples of the different types of chemical reactions and set them up as stations around the room; allow groups three to five minutes at each station and then everyone rotates
- Groups need access to a computer, the Internet, and video equipment
- Assumes learners possess knowledge about chemicals, elements, and chemical equations
- Provides differentiated instructional tips for gifted and talented students as well as non-native speakers
- Lesson uses scientific apps and media presentations
- In session 3: Explore, the link to the labs at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln does not work, nor is it listed anywhere else