Ionic Equilibrium

This Ionic Equilibrium handout & reference also includes:

Scientific studies show the older we get, the more acidic we become. The activity extensively teaches high schoolers about acids and bases. By the end of the 14th installment of 36, they can define and explain three concepts of acids/bases, ionization and dissociation, conjugate base pairs, pH, weak and strong acids/bases, and buffer solutions. Armed with this knowledge, they use Henderson equation in calculations.

8 Views 9 Downloads
CCSS: Adaptable
NGSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Use the 10-question terminal exercise and afterward pair students who mastered the concepts with those who didn't for peer tutoring
Classroom Considerations

  • Explain to classes that words as learnt (and others they see throughout the lab) are the British version
  • Depending upon level of learners and length of classes, the activity may take two to four — or up to five  class periods

  • Sheets contain a place where pupils can take notes
  • Includes in-text questions throughout the activity and a key at the end

  • None
Common Core