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Chemistry: Chemical Reactions: Classifying Chemical Reactions (Day 2 of 3)

Name: Kayla Wipf


Grade Level: 11-12
School: Colman-Egan HS
Date: 12/1/16
Time: 12:54 1:44

Contextual factors/learner characteristics: Students have computers; projector available; juniors &
seniors; no SPED; about 10/16 students here today

Standards: PS1-7 Use mathematical representations to support the claim that atoms, and therefore mass,
are conserved during a chemical reaction.

Performance Expectation Answer 10/15 questions correctly


Science and Engineering Use mathematical representations of phenomena to
Practice support claims.
Disciplinary Core Idea The fact that atoms are conserved, together with
knowledge of the chemical properties of the elements
involved, can be used to describe and predict chemical
reactions.
Crosscutting Concepts The total amount of energy and matter is closed systems
is conserved.
Science assumes the universe is a vast single system in
which basic laws are consistent.
CCSS ELA / Math RST.11-12.1; SL.11-12.5; WHST.11-12.7; WHST.9-12.2;
WHST.9-12.5; HSN-Q.A.1; HSN-Q.A.2; HSN-Q.A.3; MP.2;
MP.4

ABCD Objective Assessment I Can / Target Statement


After discussing and practicing worksheet
classifying and balancing
chemical reactions, students will
be able to classify and balance
10 out of 15 questions.

Materials and Resources needed: computer, projector, worksheets, clicker, answer keys
The Lesson explain synthesis, decomposition, and single replacement reactions and allow time for
students to practice identifying

1. Introduction (Engage) (Script what you plan to say include how you plan to get attention,
access prior knowledge, assess knowledge, create a need to know and share the objective)

5 min

Okay class, the first thing Im going to have you do is turn in those worksheets I gave you to do
yesterday. (allow time) I will look over these and we will discuss them tomorrow to address any
questions.

Yesterday we worked on reviewing our knowledge on balancing equations and using conversions in
chemical reactions. Today, we are going to talk about what those different types of reactions are classified
as. Between today and tomorrow, we will discuss 5 types of chemical reactions; 3 today and 2 tomorrow,
and you will get time to practice identifying them.

2. (continue your actors script) Core of the Lesson

What you Tell what me what you are doing, what you will say or ask.
are doing / If you are asking a question put in acceptable student responses.
Methodolog Tell me what the students are doing. This is the area for your script.
y
(time
allotment)
40 min total Today we are going to talk about synthesis, decomposition, and single
1:00 replacement reactions. I encourage you to take notes.

What do you think of when you hear the word synthesis?


various answers (call on 2 students): to make something
Right. In a synthesis reaction, two elements or simple compounds combine to
make one end product: a new compound.
What do you think of when you hear the word decompose?
various answers (call on 2 students): to breakdown
Right. During a decomposition reaction, a single compound is broken down
into two or more elements or less complex compounds.
What do you think of when you hear the word replacement?
various answers (call on 2 students): to substitute for
Right. In a single replacement reaction, part of the compound on the left side
of the equation gets replaced by the single element (or compound) on the left
side to form a new compound and new single element (or compound) on the
right.

Lets watch this video to make a little more sense of it.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-biRwAVTV8 2 min
When you think of a synthesis reaction, think of it as a little like dating. In a
synthesis reaction, the reactants are not associated with each other before the
reaction occurs like you and your boyfriend or girlfriend would be before
you met. After the reaction occurs or dating begins the two reactants are
now thought of as one product together like the couple you create when you
start dating. In a synthesis reaction, a new compound is formed.

A decomposition reaction is a little like breaking up. A decomposition reaction


breaks down a compound into separate elements or less complex compounds.
That breakdown is similar to a couple breaking up and becoming two single
people again.

Single replacement reactions are more like basketball to me. The single
element on the left hand side of the equation subs in for one part of the
compound on the left hand side of the equation. That subbing in creates a
new compound on the right side of the equation and leaves a new single
element as a byproduct the player that gets put on the bench.

Now were going to practice a little. (explain as needed)


Is this reaction a synthesis, decomposition, or single replacement reaction?
2H2 + 02 2H2O
- Synthesis reaction

Is this reaction a synthesis, decomposition, or single replacement reaction?


AgNO3 + Cu CuNO3 + Ag
- Single replacement reaction

Is this reaction a synthesis, decomposition, or single replacement reaction?


2KCl3 2KCl +3O2
- Decomposition reaction
Start by 1:30
Were going to watch another video for a little more elaboration and to touch
on the combustion and double replacement reactions we will be focusing on
tomorrow.
(pause periodically throughout the video to allow students to answer questions
presented)
1:40 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7PZDEeqjcU 6 min

Now its time for you to practice on your own. Im giving you a worksheet
that you need to classify the type of reaction occurring and balance the
equations. Dont forget to put your name at the top. Questions 1, 3, 10, 18, and
19 are bonus questions. You need to have these done tomorrow and we will go
over them in class.
You have the remaining time to work on these worksheets.
3. (continue your actors script) Closure (X min) (A good closure includes allowing students to
gage if they met the lesson objectives, reviewing the lesson objectives, and possibly hinting about
what is to come.)

2 min

There are just a couple minutes left of class. Tomorrow we will introduce combustion and double
replacement reactions as well as go over yesterday and todays worksheets.

Have a good day!

4. Back Pocket Idea (What are your plans if the lesson is running long? What are your plans if the
lesson is running short?)

Running long: skip the last video and introduce the assignment

Running short: allow more time to work on assignment

Resources: (What resources did you use which would be of interest to the classroom teacher? You most
likely did not create this lesson from scratch?)

NSTA, Teachers Pay Teachers, YouTube, Pinterest

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Chemistry-Problems-Classifying-Types-of-Reactions-
134514

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Classifying-Reactions-Activity-2187715