The Discovery Of Radioactivity: The Dawn of the Nuclear Age
This The Discovery Of Radioactivity: The Dawn of the Nuclear Age lesson plan also includes:
- Join to access all included materials
Students observe an experiment with radioactive materials and learn the positive uses for the materials.
3 Views 2 Downloads
- Folder Types
- Activities & Projects
- Graphics & Images
- Handouts & References
- Lab Resources
- Learning Games
- Lesson Plans
- Primary Sources
- Printables & Templates
- Professional Documents
- PD Courses
- Study Guides
- Performance Tasks
- Graphic Organizers
- Writing Prompts
- Constructed Response Items
- AP Test Preps
- Lesson Planet Articles
- Interactive Whiteboards
- Home Letters
- Unknown Types
- All Resource Types
- Show All
See similar resources:
The Everyday Science of SportsLesson Planet
Physical science juniors will enjoy this sensational enrichment on aerodynamics, especially if they are also sports fans! With a focus on physical features and behaviors, collaborative groups make observations on five different golf...
Pre-K - Higher Ed Science
Investigation of Crystallinity in Polymeric MaterialsLesson Planet
A kaleidoscope is constructed using polarizing polymer paper and then low-density polyethylene, high-density polyethylene, and polypropylene are all melted onto individual glass slides and examined through a microscope. The intent is to...
11th - Higher Ed Science
Material Properties 101Lesson Planet
The six words you need to know to describe materials: stiff, strong, ductile, brittle, tough, and hard. Scholars learn how to investigate and describe material properties using a stress-strain graph. They identify yield strength and...
6 mins 10th - Higher Ed Science
Nuclear Pasta May Be the Strongest Material EverLesson Planet
Do you ever feel like scientists have more fun naming new discoveries than actually finding them? Discover the fun they had while learning about the extremely scientific concepts of nuclear pasta, gnocchi, spaghetti, waffles,...
5 mins 9th - Higher Ed Science CCSS: Adaptable
3 Egg-cellently Weird Science ExperimentsLesson Planet
Have you ever seen an egg bounce? Three interesting and simple hands-on experiments with eggs teach basic concepts about chemical reactions. First, participants cook an egg in alcohol to learn about denaturing proteins. Then, they watch...
4 mins 9th - Higher Ed Science CCSS: Adaptable
Why Do Superhydrophobic Materials Never Get Wet?Lesson Planet
Some materials really, really hate water. Viewers watch a video to learn about superhydrophobic materials. They see how these materials work and how they are useful in daily life, such as for windshields and raincoats.
4 mins 9th - Higher Ed Science
Observing the Lowering of a Melting Point—Microscale ChemistryLesson Planet
Can a solid's melting point be lowered without placing it in an aqueous solution? Discover the surprising truth when chemistry scholars combine hydroxybenzene and menthol crystals during a microscale experiment. A well-written procedure...
10th - Higher Ed Science CCSS: Adaptable
A Visible Activated Complex ExperimentLesson Planet
When was the last time your class saw a catalyst in action? Chemistry scholars observe an activated complex during an engaging experiment. Through both color change and evolution of a gas, individuals gain insight into the...
6th - Higher Ed Science
Summer Science Recipes: Experiments on the Grill and in the KitchenLesson Planet
Generate ideas about the most scientifically sound ways to prepare foods safely and efficiently during the summer season. Learners will use the GED Connection Science Workbook, so they can practice the skills needed to prepare for the...
Higher Ed Health
Observing Osmosis, Plasmolysis, and Turgor in Plant CellsLesson Planet
Create the perfect conditions for osmosis. Young scholars use a microscope to observe plant cells exposed to distilled water or sodium chloride. They observe how osmosis creates turgid or plasmolyzed cells.
9th - Higher Ed Science