In this lesson students learn how to express solutions quantitatively through taking a notes on a foldable and performing practice questions.
For this lesson there are no additional resources needed.
I introduce students to the lesson by telling them that we are going to continue learning about solutions.
I let them know that we have been discussing solutions qualitatively, but that it is important to understand solution concentration quantitatively as well. Finally, I tell students that we are going to be plugging and chugging with new equations but to keep in mind the steps that we have been doing all year in terms of problem solving.
To help reinforce the ideas from this lesson I have students do partner practice appointments.
For the final section of the lesson I have students practice what they learned by completing a practice worksheet.
I have students start the paper in class and let them know that they will be completing for homework. I then stamp the paper for completion at the next class and go over the answers using the answer key.
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