Context-based laboratory activities are intended to engage students by utilizing personally relevant topics. In this short laboratory exercise we describe a method through which students engage in a health-related activity that highlights some of the dangers of nicotine inhalation, teaches relevant content, and provides a scaffold for the design of other inquiry-driven experiments.
Quantifying the Inhalation of Tar from Smoking: A Guided-Inquiry Activity
Melissa Ricker, Grant E. Gardner, Patricia Aune; Quantifying the Inhalation of Tar from Smoking: A Guided-Inquiry Activity. The American Biology Teacher 1 January 2011; 73 (1): 24–26. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/abt.2011.73.1.5
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