Types of Solutions and Solubility Curves Lesson Plan with 6 Resources



This complete and chunking high school chemistry lesson plan includes six essential resources for teaching, assigning work, and assessing your student’s understanding of Types of Aqueous Solutions.

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 guarantee a smooth, cohesive, and consistent teaching experience from start to end, reinforcing key concepts effectively, and helping your students learn and understand more.

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Lesson 26: Types of Solutions and Reading the Solubility Curves Table

from Topic 7 – Aqueous Solutions

Goals and Objectives of This Lesson:

Vocabulary Terms: After learning this lesson, your students should be able to define or explain these terms:

● Solubility ●Saturated solution ●Supersaturated solution ● Unsaturated solution ●Dilute solution ●Concentrated solution ●Precipitate

Concept Tasks: After learning this lesson, your students should be able to read and use NYS Reference Table G – The Solubility Curves to:

  • Determine grams of a solute that will form a saturated solution
  • Determine if a solution is saturated, supersaturated, or unsaturated
  • Identify the solute that is most or least soluble at a given temperature
  • Identify which saturated solution is most or least dilute or concentrated
  • Several example problems are given for students to follow

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