This resource is a PowerPoint presentation on acids and bases. Headings include: characteristics and examples of acids, characteristics and examples of bases, Arrehenius Theory, Bronsted-Lowry Theory, Lewis Theory, conjugate base, conjugate acid, amphoteric.
In this exercise, students rotate through stations, doing exercises about acids and bases. Some are mini-labs, some are readings and questions. The reading sections are dependent on some texts that we don't have. Let's get those replaced with free, online alternatives.
This resource outlines the procedure for the lab, Identifying Acids and Bases. This is actually a handout with blanks, which students fill in as the teacher describes the procedure, but you should be able to figure out what goes in the blanks.
This resource is an early quiz on acids and bases. The quiz lists 12 substances and students tell whether it is an acid or base. Some are listed by common names, in which case the pH is given. Others are listed by chemical formula, in which case pH is not given. This includes 2 versions of the quiz with different questions but equivalent difficulty. The second one could be used for retakes or as a 'b' version to discourage cheating.
I'm not sure whether this is meant to be given as a pre-requisite for doing the lab or as a quiz afterward.
In this lab, students use an antacid table to neutralize HCl, and then titrate to see how much acid remains and how much was neutralized. This collection includes the lab procedure and a table with the original class's results.