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Day 1  Law of Conservation of Matter demos; how to communicate via symbols in formulas and equations. Balancing equations; complete Equation Assignment #1. 
Day 2  Review Equation Assignment #1 and Equation Assignment 2. 
Day 3  Review additions to Equation Assignment 1 & 2; card sort, and POGIL group activity. Equation Assignment 3. 
Day 3 
Types of Chemical Reactions: demos, introduction to reaction types (short lecture), Review Equation Assignment #s 13. Synthesis and Decomposition Reactions  lecture/demo, practice predicting products. Equation Assignment #4; catch up on Assignments 13. 
Day 4  Review Equation Assignment #s 14. Single and Double Replacement Reactions  lecture/demo, practice. Equation Assignment #5; catch up on Assignments 14. Begin Equation Assignment #6. 
Day 5  Introduction to Types of Reactions Inquiry Lab. Begin selecting reactions to carry out in lab. Lab book prep. 
Day 6  Lab planning; submit list of materials needed. 
Day 7  Lab: reactions. Data collection and verification. 
Day 8  Lab due; proficiency. 
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Oregon State Standards:
H.3S.4 Identify examples from the history of science that illustrate modification of scientific knowledge in light of challenges to prevailing explanations.
H.1P.1 Explain how atomic structure is related to the properties of elements and their position in the Periodic Table. Explain how the composition of the nucleus is related to isotopes and radioactivity.