Acids and Bases Lesson Plan: Salts and Electrolytes with 5 Resources



This complete and chunking high school chemistry lesson plan includes five essential resources for teaching, assigning work, and assessing your student’s understanding of Salts and Electrolytes

Following the NYS Chemistry curriculum in the Physical Setting, this product includes PPT teaching notes, printable guided readings, engaging worksheets, practice questions, a study guide, exit tickets, and a bellringer. Ready for you to use immediately, or easily add to and supplement your current lesson plan. These resources help you have a smooth, cohesive, and consistent teaching from start to end, reinforcing key concepts effectively, and helping your students learn and understand more.

Please click now to preview examples of the resources, and see why they will enhance your classroom teaching and students’ learning.

These lessons are parts of my Complete Year Long Chemistry Curriculum, which covers 13 topics and has 61 lessons in total. Save time and money with the Year Long Bundle!”

PLEASE NOTE: These are:

Lesson Plan 35: Salts and Electrolytes

Lesson Plan 36: Naming Acids (A short lesson on how acid names are formed)

from Unit 8: Acids and Bases

Goals and Objectives of These Lessons:

Your students will learn definitions and facts of these concepts and vocab terms:

● Salt ● Electrolyte ●Non-electrolyte ● Binary acid ● Ternary acid

Your students will learn how to:

  • Identify a substance as an electrolyte or a nonelectrolyte.
  • Explain how electrolytes conduct electrical current
  • Determine names of binary and ternary acids

As with all my products, each resource in this product neatly organizes concepts, ideas, vocabulary terms, example problems, and skill tasks into manageable chunk sets. This makes teaching easier for educators and helps students focus on learning one thing at a time.

Benefits of Chunking for Teachers:

● Improved lesson planning ● Clear presentation

● Reduced confusion ● More engaged students

● Efficient time management ● Adaptability to different learning styles

● Helpful for assessing student understanding and progress

Benefits of Chunking for Students:

● Minimize information overload ● Improved focus

● Better memory retention and recall ● Building confidence

● Easier understanding and connecting of ideas

● Encouragement for active learning

Answer keys for all questions are included when needed, and permission for TPT Easel Activity is given for creating online assignments.

Note: This product is similar to the Hybrid Bundle Lesson Plan but does not include the Google Form Online Worksheet, making it a more affordable option for those not using Google Form assignments.

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