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Making More Salts

Making More Salts

This lesson was originally designed for the AQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry Specification but is easily transferable to other specifications including KS3 as a challenge lesson and KS5 as a recap lesson. It is a full lesson including starter, instructions for a practical activity, consolidation activities, well laid out presentation to guide through the lesson and differentiated exam questions to assess understanding.

By joeshilly93

A-Level CHEMISTRY Revision Pack

A-Level CHEMISTRY Revision Pack

Chemistry A-level Revision Pack includes over 30 Pages of quick questions on the NEW Chemistry A-Level. It tests students' fundamental knowledge in a short, easy and effective way. The questions are written by an Edexcel A-Level Chemistry student, with the idea that the answers are easily and rapidly found in any revision guide or textbook. Would be suitable for all syllabuses - this pack tests purely Scientific and Practical knowledge. Example questions: - Give the general expression for calculating Kp: - What is a monoprotic acid? - What effect does diluting a strong acid by a factor of 10 have on its pH? - Describe and explain how to choose a suitable indicator by using a titration curve: - Define enthalpy of atomisation: - What factors affect enthalpy change of hydration? - What is the purpose of a salt bridge in the electrochemical cell? - Describe a method of measuring rate with gas volume: - Why don’t racemic mixtures have an effect on plane-polarised light? - Why is benzene resistant to addition reactions?

By Imogenairlie

Salts from Insoluble Bases

Salts from Insoluble Bases

This lesson was originally designed for the AQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry Specification but is easily transferable to other specifications including KS3 as a challenge lesson and KS5 as a recap lesson. It is a full lesson including starter, instructions for a practical activity, consolidation activities, well laid out presentation to guide through the lesson and an equation writing activity and plenary to assess understanding and a set of differentiated exam questions.

By joeshilly93

OCR A level  Chemistry Module 5 (year 2) resources including assessments

OCR A level Chemistry Module 5 (year 2) resources including assessments

A selection of PPs covering module 5 for the new specification (from 2015) Resources include short activities for in class or homework and 2 assessments to assess progress part way through and at the end. Each assessment also has a PLC style self-assessment form for students to keep in their notes and use to structure their revision. All topics covered including: Rates, equilibrium, pH, Enthalpy, Born-Haber, Entropy, Transition metals

By sophiemunday

The Elementary Challenge

The Elementary Challenge

This presentation may be used as a starter or a plenary activity in a KS 3, 4 or 5 Science lesson. The Presentation has been updated to include recommendations by the IUPAC in 2017. The presentation consists of 10 challenges relating to the elements of the Periodic Table. Each challenge is constrained by an embedded 60 second timer to encourage pace and focus, access to a copy of the Periodic table is at the teachers discretion but would be appropriate for most ability levels. The whole presentation contains 10 activities with 34 slides with hyperlinks embedded throughout to ease navigation

By 20JET12

Elements, compounds and mixtures - L4- The Reactivity Series

Elements, compounds and mixtures - L4- The Reactivity Series

Full lesson and resources for L4- elements, compounds & mixtures. Pupils should have some prior knowledge before completing this lesson. Individual levels for each pupil are also included - these can be given out to pupils to stick in their books. This lesson requires a practical - the list of equipment is included. The blank tables can be filled in by the teacher. The teacher copy can contain pupil info ( I have included a slight example)

By l.absalom

Elements, compounds & mixtures - L2 separation techniques

Elements, compounds & mixtures - L2 separation techniques

Full lesson and resources for L2- elements, compounds & mixtures. Pupils should have some prior knowledge before completing this lesson. Individual levels for each pupil are also included - these can be given out to pupils to stick in their books. Blank tables are included on the PowerPoint to insert pupils names.

By l.absalom

Elements, compounds and mixtures - lesson 1

Elements, compounds and mixtures - lesson 1

Full lesson and resources for L1- elements, compounds & mixtures. Pupils should have some prior knowledge before completing this lesson. Individual levels for each pupil are also included - these can be given out to pupils to stick in their books.

By l.absalom