What's the best way to find the mass of a compound in a chemical equation? Learners explore the concept of stoichiometry as part of the Chemistry PowerPoints series. After exploring a real-life example, scholars learn how to apply the same concepts to chemical equations by talking about how proportional relationships are related to chemical compounds. They then work through multiple practice problems to understand how to use the concept in a variety of situations.
- Divide the practice problems and assign to small groups; have them solve the problem, then report out their answers to the class
- Challenge pupils to write their own practice problems and create a review guide before an assessment.
- Chapters/pages make reference to the Holt Modern Chemistry © 2002 Texas Edition textbook
- Presentations work together in a series or as standalone resources
- Contains step-by-step practice problems
- Information is well-organized