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Chemical Reactions

Total Unit Running Time: 30-40* minutes

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FIELD TRIP: Indy Motor Speedway Museum 

Running Time: 6:32 


Cruise along with VVR Host, Jim Kent, to understand how energy is converted from one form to another via a combustion engine. Amid the unique cars in this museum, view various engine types  and better understand their functions and abilities. Learn all about how the conversion process  works as sparks and fuel are transformed to power motor vehicles. For more information, please visit here

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Running Time: Self-paced* 

In Escape House, students have the ability to see seemingly abstract concepts put to practical use as they attempt to escape from a locked room. By solving puzzles designed to exemplify the core concepts and knowledge they’ve learned from the unit, students will gain a more holistic understanding of the topic. This reinforcement is aided as each solution is accompanied by a voiceover, explaining how and why the solution was successful.

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THEATER 1 : Stoichiometry 

Running Time: 6:31 

NGSS: HS-PS1-1, HS-PS1-7 

Topics Covered  

  • Relative properties of atoms 
  • Law of Conservation of Mass 
  • Concept of Avogadro’s Number & moles

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills

  1. B (BT2–comprehension)
  2. A (BT3–application) 
  3. C (BT4–analysis) 
  4. B (BT1–knowledge) 
  5. D (BT6–evaluation) 
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THEATER 2: Energy Breakdown 

Running Time: 5:17 

NGSS: HS-PS1-6, HS-PS1-2 

Topics Covered 

  • Exothermic vs. Endothermic Reactions
  • Le Chatelier’s Principle 
  • Factors impacting chemical reactions 

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills

  1. D (BT6–evaluation) 
  2. D (BT6–evaluation) 
  3. C (BT4–analysis) 
  4. A (BT2–comprehension)
  5. C (BT2–comprehension) 
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TEACHER DEMO : Reacting With Wendy

Running Time: 5:53 


Vocabulary: equilibrium, Le Chatelier’s Principle 

Topics Covered 

  • Examples of stressors to chemical reactions
  • Demo of cobalt chloride with stressors

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills 

D (BT1–knowledge)

A (BT3–application)

B (BT1–knowledge)

C (BT2–comprehension)

A (BT4–analysis) 


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Science Standards: 

NGSS: HS-PS1-1, HS-PS1-2, HS-PS1-6, HS-PS1-7, HS-PS2-1; TEKS: 112.34(c.11.A), 112.35(c.2.E), 112.35(c.3.A), 112.35(c.3.E), 112.35(c.10.F),  112.35(c.11.A), 112.35(c.11.B), 112.35(c.6.E), 112.35(c.6.C), 112.35(c.8.A), 112.35(c.8.B), 112.35(c.8.D), 112.38(c.2.B), 112.38(c.3.E),  112.38(c.5.B), 112.38(c.5.I), 112.38(c.6.D), 112.38(c.6.E), 112.38(c.7.A), 112.38(c.7.B), 112.38(c.7.C); CPALMS: SC.912.N.4.1,  SC.912.N.4.1,SC.912.P.8.5, SC.912.P.8.7, SC.912.P.8.9, SC.912.P.10.1, SC.912.P.10.7, SC.912.P.10.9, SC.912.P.12.12, SC.912.P.12.13