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9-1 Chemistry Revision/Intervention work

9-1 Chemistry Revision/Intervention work

A comprehensive set of revision resources for new GCSE Chemistry 9-1 course. For each unit includes a double sided task including notes on one side and questions on the other. I have used this as a revision resource or as an intervention task for students who underachieve on a test.
SMurray15
Bonding - True or False Worksheet

Bonding - True or False Worksheet

There are 9 statements relating to ionic and covalent bonding. Students need to identify whether they are true or false. If the sentence is incorrect they should rectify it below. A good tool for comparing ionic and covalent, and assessing whether students can relate properties to uses. Ideal for revision or a starter to refresh the topic. Suitable for all GCSE exam boards as this content is generic to all. Answers are provided.
mba10rd
NMR Spectra

NMR Spectra

An A-Level Chemistry resource on proton (1H) NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance). I use it as a group work activity, students are given the cards and have to solve the spectra using the data table given. Answers are included on a Power Point enabling feedback to the the class.
polarity24
Electrolysis - True or False Worksheet

Electrolysis - True or False Worksheet

24 questions summarising electrolysis. If the statement is false students need to write corrections for it below. A useful activity for revising and summarising the electrolysis topic. I have found this extremely good at identifying who understands key terms and for writing half equations. This is suitable for more able students in my opinion. I have made this based on the Edexcel iGCSE specification, but links well for other exam boards at GCSE level.
mba10rd
General equations for metal reactions and naming salts

General equations for metal reactions and naming salts

This is for AQA GCSE Trilogy topic C5. I have made a general equations sheet for my lower ability class to help them learn them, and to help them name the salts produced. It can be easily adapted. Students carried out all the experiments, and I am using this as the consolidation lesson/s to make sure they understand what is formed.
mrsrobbiewilliams
2018 Differentiated Organic Chemistry Revision/DIRT Activity

2018 Differentiated Organic Chemistry Revision/DIRT Activity

This is a lesson in a box - all you need for a great, engaging lesson! The resource is for all GCSE students from grade 1 to grade 8. It includes 2 knowledge organisers from which they answer the questions. The Organic Chemistry tube map question sheet (questions differentiated by the route colour) Tube Map Students are given instructions to get from one underground tube station to another answering questions or doing tasks along the way. Grade 1 - 3 Will use the black and yellow route Grade 4 - 6 will use the Red and yellow route Grade 7 upwards will use the brown and dark blue route (this is shown at the bottom of the worksheet). The activity is highly engaging as students try to navigate a route through stations. Although this works perfectly well as an independent task, students gain much from the discussions and debates around the answers. Your groups will be best set in pairs of similar achievement.
heelis
GCSE Chemistry Required Practicals

GCSE Chemistry Required Practicals

A set of worksheets for students to fill in to ensure thorough revision of the AQA GCSE chemistry required practicals. Both the Triology and extra Chemistry practicals are included. I got the students to watch a video about the practicals and then fill out the sheets. I used this youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-TM-z1-tmX1iK_H4SxVhww
MGB15
Atoms, elements and compounds

Atoms, elements and compounds

Five lessons on atoms, elements and compounds. Lesson 1 - atomic structure Lesson 2 - Isotopes Lesson 3 - Metals and non-metals Lesson 4 - Naming compounds Lesson 5- Revision of overall topic. Worksheets along with the lessons.
kgillespie123
The Periodic Table Game

The Periodic Table Game

The Periodic Table Game will keep your students engaged for hours as they race across the Periodic Table of Elements to be the first to reach Element 118, Oganesson. In groups of 2-4 players, students will present each other with Element Game Cards and provide clues as needed. Depending upon the number of clues needed to identify the Element, a player will advance along the Periodic Table. If a player lands on certain spaces (Elements) they must pick an Atomic Card which can cause them to lose a turn, move forward or backward, or send them clear across the Periodic Table! Questions are designed to challenge all age levels because clues get progressively easier giving more value to identifying the Element with fewer clues. The game is designed to make mastery difficult so students can play over and over and still be challenged. If they ever do master the Periodic Table, that would be a really good problem to have! The Game Board and Game cards work best if printed on card stock but regular paper will also work. The Game Board is assembled from four sheets and has a finished size of 15 x 20.5 inches. Students can help color, cut out, fold, and glue the 118 Element Game Cards and the 52 Atomic Cards. Students can choose from 9 different 3 dimensional Game Tokens to assemble with a weighted base (a nickel works great).
jamesgonyo
GCSE CHEMISTRY - Fuel cells

GCSE CHEMISTRY - Fuel cells

A colourful revision poster all about fuel cells. Includes a definition, equation, the uses of fuel cells and their advantages and disadvantages. Perfect for use in class or at home
teacherfriend123
GCSE Science/Physics paper 1 calculation practice - Higher & Foundation (topic 1-4) [AQA]

GCSE Science/Physics paper 1 calculation practice - Higher & Foundation (topic 1-4) [AQA]

2 Worksheets containing calculation exam questions on Topic 1-4 (paper 1) of the GCSE Physics/Combined Science: Energy Calculations Electricity Calculations Particles Calculations (density and latent heat) Radioactivity (no equations so no questions included) Each equation to memorise comes up at least once per sheet The higher sheet also has plenty of rearranging, unit conversion, sig figs, etc. See my Physics paper 1 warmup materials / revision sheets for all the theory at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-9-1-gcse-science-physics-revision-poster-on-topics-1-2-3-4-6-7-and-equations-all-but-forces-11803202 or some of my other revision resources on my shop page. Rate & review if it was useful to make it more visible for others to find.
jeroenvanos
Isomer pairs

Isomer pairs

In organic chemistry, knowing these pairs can be life-saving. For display in any A level chemistry lab.
simondobbs
Revision map Edexcel Chem Paper 2

Revision map Edexcel Chem Paper 2

A revision map for students to fill in for Edexcel AS Chemistry Paper 2 organic and physical chemistry. Should be printed on A3. Also has a set of model answers.
jwoody
Electrolysis of solutions

Electrolysis of solutions

A fully resourced lesson that includes a lesson presentation (27 slides) and an accompanying worksheet that guides students through the topic of the electrolysis of solutions and enables them to state the products at the electrodes from these reactions. The lesson focuses on the rules at the cathode and then the anode and regular understanding checks are used to ensure that learning has occured. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds)
GJHeducation
Engineering in the Movies

Engineering in the Movies

Engineering in the Movies allows pupils to explore the creative and practical side of STEM in the movie industry, whilst introducing the important role engineers have in the movie industry. Through 12 engaging activities, pupils will link topics taught in their subject lessons with applications in real world engineering. This resource provides hands-on thematic education opportunities to pupils interested in the magical world of movies that can be taught in the classroom and as an enrichment programme. The resources can be used in sequence, or separately as part of the curriculum, or in STEM clubs. The resources cover a range of topics from the computing, design and technology, mats and science curricula in all the devolved nations at KS2 and KS3.
RoyalAcademyofEngineering
Groups in the Periodic table

Groups in the Periodic table

Edexcel GCSE 9-1 combined science whole topic for groups of the periodic table. This can be completed using the Edexcel combined science text book.
niyasmine15
Chemistry Root Words

Chemistry Root Words

A wall display that visually shows students how different keywords are derived and what their root meaning is. Can be used to link common keywords together and give students a deeper understanding of their definitions and uses. Examples included are: therm- meaning: heat with an example of: thermometer macro- meaning: large with an example of: macromolecule
ncairns13
Exercise Book  Expectations Insert

Exercise Book Expectations Insert

A science exercise book insert that all my students have stuck in the front of their books. It states the expectations of how I expect them to present their classwork using visual aids rather than as prose text.
ncairns13
Welcome to Science

Welcome to Science

This resource is perfect for those students on a science transition day to get a flavor of science. It is also good for the first lesson of secondary science students might have or even a science club activity if you are doing this at a secondary or primary school. It has 3 main activities and a demonstration that can be done. Instruction sheet and PowerPoint presentation attached with everything you might need.
Purepoise
NEW AQA Trilogy Chemistry Paper 2  Revision / Warm Up

NEW AQA Trilogy Chemistry Paper 2 Revision / Warm Up

NEW (2018 exams) AQA Trilogy Specification Chemistry Paper 2 (paper 4). Powerpoint that covers all spec points that can be used as revision or a pre-exam warm up session. Slides indicate if content is Higher Only. Includes video links to relevant RPs.
scook13
Revision map Edexcel AS Chem Paper 1

Revision map Edexcel AS Chem Paper 1

A revision map for students to fill in for Edexcel Chemistry Paper 1 Inorganic and Physical Chemistry. Should be printed on A3 Also includes a set of model answers.
jwoody
KS3 Science Teaching Pack: Shock Horror Science: Chemistry

KS3 Science Teaching Pack: Shock Horror Science: Chemistry

The horror story ‘Frankenstein’ was published in 1818. At the same time that the author Mary Shelley was writing her scary novel, scientists of the day were experimenting with electricity, and how to make batteries. One particularly creepy experiment involved passing electricity through dead bodies, making them quiver and twitch, and even sit upright. Some people thought the corpses were coming back to life. Mary Shelley knew all about these experiments, and used them to inspire her writing. In this lesson students make a simple electric cell from a potato and two pieces of metal and investigate how the distance between the electrodes affects the size of the electric current produced.
NTsecondary
C1 Explaining trends

C1 Explaining trends

A PowerPoint to cover the content for explaining trends C1 combined science trilogy. It includes worksheets and exam questions.
amberrandell
C1 Halogens

C1 Halogens

A PowerPoint to cover the content for C1 Halogens combined science trilogy. It also includes worksheets and exam questions.
amberrandell
C1 Alkali metals

C1 Alkali metals

A PowerPoint to cover the content for C1 alkali metals combined science trilogy, there are also worksheets to use alongside this.
amberrandell
The Transition metals

The Transition metals

An engaging lesson which looks at the properties of the Transition metals of the Periodic Table and ultimately compares these properties against other metals, such as the Alkali metals. Through the use of a range of motivating tasks and quiz competitions, students will learn that the transition metals form coloured compounds, have a number of ion charges, act as catalysts and are harder, stronger but less reactive than group 1. This lesson has been written for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds) but is suitable for younger students who are looking at the patterns and trends in the Periodic Table
GJHeducation
Writing ionic equations

Writing ionic equations

A fully-resourced lesson that includes a lesson presentation (20 slides) and a differentiated worksheet. The lesson uses a step-by-step method to guide students through the process of writing net ionic equations. Students will learn the meaning of a spectator ion and be able to identify them within an equation so that they can be removed when writing the final net ionic equation. The lesson focuses on writing these equations for neutralisation and precipitation reactions, with the former being a very common question in assessments. This lesson has been written for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds)
GJHeducation
C1 Electronic structure and table

C1 Electronic structure and table

A PowerPoint to cover the electronic structure and periodic table unit in paper 1 chemistry for combined science trilogy. It includes a range of worksheets and past exam questions along with video links.
amberrandell
C1 Developing the periodic table

C1 Developing the periodic table

A PowerPoint to cover the first lesson on the periodic table looking at how it was developed. It includes the worksheets and past exam questions to deliver this lesson.
amberrandell