Chemistry Lesson Plans

Applications of Chemiluminescence in the Chemistry Laboratory (C2)
Richard Sulfstede, The Colony High School, The Colony, TX

Burning Calories as a School: Burning Calories as a Nation
Sara Wrenn, Peak Preparatory, Dallas, TX

Chemical Reactions
Brian Torres, South Garland High School, Garland, TX

Density & Diffusion
Vickie Reed, Lincoln High School, Dallas, TX

Explorations in Natural Products Chemistry
Carol Smith, Van Alstyne High School, Van Alstyne, TX

Faster Than a Speeding Solvent
Carlene Winkles, Azle High School, Azle, TX

From Proteins to Crystals (C2, B2) 
Rick Belmares, Hillsboro High School, Hillsboro, TX

Hydrated Crystals (C1)
Ricardo Belmares, Hillsboro High School, Hillsboro, TX

Interactive pH Lab: Histological Stain Using Hema 3 Stain Set
Lorene Sandifer, Seagoville High School, Dallas, TX

More Isn’t Always Better (Sometimes, It’s Just More) (C1)
Paula Rilling, Berkner High School, Richardson, TX

Physical & Chemical Changes
Israel Iyoke, Skyline High School, Dallas, TX

Radioactive Isotopes and Tumor Growth
Nina Mai, H. Grady Spruce High School, Dallas, TX

Separated By Chemistry Activity (C2)
Rebeca Masdon-Mercado, Richardson High School, Richardson, TX

Why Does Milk Do A Body Good? (C1, B1, B2, A&P)
Jennifer Bernabo, Plano East Senior High School, Plano, TX