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Title: Smoke in a Bottle Lesson
Url: https://stem.utah.gov/directory-resource_lib/listing/smoke-in-a-bottle...
Publisher: Utah. Department of Community and Culture
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This lesson plan from the STEM Action Center - Utah covers incomplete vs. complete combustion and is intended for sixth through 9th graders. During the lesson, students will "develop models to show that molecules are made of different kinds, proportions, and quantities of atoms." Students will also "construct an explanation for how the availability of natural resources, the occurrence of natural hazards, and changes in climate affect human activity." This lesson plan includes objectives and corresponding standards, lesson performance expectations, a list of materials needed, a link to the smoke in a bottle video demo, step-by-step directions, and more.

LC Classification: Technology -- Mechanical engineering and machinery -- Miscellaneous motors and engines -- Diesel engines -- Fuel systems. Fuel injection systems. Combustion
GEM Subject: Science -- Earth science
Resource Type: Instructional Material
Instructional Material -- Lesson/Lesson Plan
Format: Document -- PDF
Document -- HTML
Audience: Educator
Education Level: Middle School -- Grade 8
Language: English
Access Rights: Free access
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