# Lesson Plan: Stoichiometry - Mole-Mole Calculations

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1. Stoichiometry - Limiting reactant (reagent), Excess reactant (reagent)This FANTASTIC bundle of lesson plans will teach your students the basics of stoichiometry using conversions for mass, particles, and volume. Students will also learn how to calculate the limiting reactant of a reaction and how mu
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Stoichiometry - Introduction, Mole to mole calculations

This lesson plan will teach your students the concept of mole ratio and the ways in which balanced chemical equations can be interpreted. A great introductory lesson to stoichiometry. Students will be able to perform basic mole-mole calculations using the mole ratio. Review of balancing and formula writing is also covered. The bellwork (warm up) assignment will help students relate stoichiometry to every day life. Numerous examples are provided within each power point and homework worksheet.

This lesson plan includes:
•Bell Ringer (Warm Up)
•Student Note Sheet
•Power Point Presentation
•Homework Worksheet

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MsRazz ChemClass

Other Stoichiometry lessons you may be interested in:
Lesson Plan: Mole-Mole Calculations
Lesson Plan: Mass-Mass Calculations
Lesson Plan: Volume and Representative Particle Conversions
Lesson Plan: Limiting Reactant Calculations
Lesson Plan: Excess Reactant Calculations
Lesson Plan: Percent Yield

Interested in trying STATION learning? Try these stoichiometry stations!
Stoichiometry – Station Learning - Set of 5 Stations!

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Power Points: Stoichiometry – 5 lessons worth!

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Homework Worksheets: Stoichiometry – Set of 7 – All with answer keys!

Great labs/activities that reinforce these concepts:
Lab Activity: Relating Moles to a Balanced Chemical Equation- Great into to stoichiometry!
Lab Activity: Stoichiometry - Limiting Reagent and Percent Yield

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