**LESSON PLANS**

**Day 1**

**Objective:**The student will have a basic understanding of stoichiometry.

**HSCE: C5.2d, C5.2e, C5.2f, C5.2g**

**Body of Lesson:**

1. Introduce Stoichiometry with Smores examples

2. Interactive Power Point Lecture, 12.1 with practice problems

3. Project www.lgreathouse.weebly.com. Explain its usefulness for students. Bring attention to assignments for the week.

4. Students begin homework, pg. 379, 36-38

**Assessment:**See 2 and 3 in Body of Lesson

**Day 2**

**Objective:**The student will have a more specific understanding of stoichiometry by working with mass-mass and mole-mole calculations.

**HSCE: C5.2d, C5.2e, C5.2f, C5.2g**

**Body of Lesson:**

1. Go over homework assignment from yesterday, graded for completion.

2. Interactive Power Point Lecture, Mole-Mole and Mass-Mass Calculations. Example problems included.

3. On iPads, students create flow diagram for solving stoichiometry problems with Idea Sketch.

4. Assign homework

**:**p. 379, 39-41

**Assessment:**See 2,3,4 in Body of Lesson

**Day 3**

**Objective:**The student will have a more specific understanding of stoichiometry to include volume and representative particles.

**HSCE: C5.2d, C5.2e, C5.2f, C5.2g**

**Body of Lesson:**

1. Go over homework assignment from yesterday.

2. Interactive Power Point Presentation with sample problems.

3. Students begin homework assignment, pg. 379, 42-44 and respond to blog discussion on the relationship between the conservation of mass and the mole ratio.

**Assessment:**See 2 and 3 in Body of Lesson

**Day 4**

**Objective:**The student will have a basic understanding of stoichiometry.

**HSCE: C5.2d, C5.2e, C5.2f, C5.2g**

**Body of Lesson:**

1. Review previous day’s homework, p. 379, 42-44

2. Students work in lab groups to create videos to solve stoichiometry problems with algebra and dimensional analysis.

**Assessment:**See 2 in Body of Lesson

**Day 5**

**HSCE: C5.2d, C5.2e, C5.2f, C5.2g**

**Body of Lesson:**

1. Students complete creation of stoichiometry videos.

2. Students present videos to classmates.

**Assessment:**See 1 in Body of Lesson