This manual is meant only as a guide and will not completely prepare you to give this presentation. In order to deliver this presentation effectively you must practice and have a strategy. Think about the purpose of this presentation and understand your audience. To use this guide, read the first section, which gives some basic goals and theory behind the K-12 Outreach program. This information will be useful and might help you determine what things you should prepare for. The next section in the guide is a basic outline that explains the content of each portion of the presentation. The third section explains the presentation and what each section should try to accomplish. The final section contains the kit inventory and an appendix with reference materials for you and for your audience members. The goal for this presentation is to introduce school children to chemical engineering in a fun and interactive way. The fundamental idea is that the chemical composition of a material affects its behavior. The chemicals involved are common ones: water, dish detergent, and glycerin. The material is one of every kid’s favorites: bubble solution. The challenge is to associate the fun of playing with bubble solution with chemical engineering.
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