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Neutralisation and the pH Scale

Neutralisation and the pH Scale

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 practical activities, consolidation activities, well laid out presentation to guide through the lesson and differentiated exam questions to assess understanding.

By joeshilly93

GCSE Chemistry Types of Substances: CC7 SC7 Edexcel 9-1 Topic 7

GCSE Chemistry Types of Substances: CC7 SC7 Edexcel 9-1 Topic 7

This bundle is sufficient to meet all specification points needed to teach Topic 7 "Types of Substances" from the Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Combined Science and Chemistry courses. The bundle includes four full lesson PowerPoints and associated resources plus my overview and equipment lists for Year 10 Combined & Triple Chemistry lessons.

By tjtavender

Chemical Changes  ¦  Key Stage 4  ¦  Chemistry  ¦  Chemistry  ¦  Teacher's Notes

Chemical Changes ¦ Key Stage 4 ¦ Chemistry ¦ Chemistry ¦ Teacher's Notes

Detailed teacher's notes on key stage 4 chemistry chemical changes. This document should be used in conjunction with the related lesson presentation, lesson plan, activity sheet and computer model files, which are also available for download. Detailed teacher's notes and homework activity sheets are also available. Any videos referenced in this document are not available for download but can be provided on request. Please email Aspen Resources if video content is required. This file and its content are to be used by the party that has paid for and downloaded the document only and must not be disseminated to other parties without the consent of Aspen Resources. Aspen Resources is a provider of high quality teaching resources. With a growing reputation for excellence, Aspen Resources is becoming a byword for progress in education. Make Aspen Resources your preferred provider for educational content.

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Fundamental reactions in chemistry - lab work

Fundamental reactions in chemistry - lab work

A laboratory guide for 11 different reactions that students should know prior to joining an A-level or IB chemistry course. I have used it very successfully; it is fun, fast and students can make good observations that lead to them writing equations with state symbols. They are simple and several follow one another. For example: 1. Magnesium + sulfuric acid (hydrogen evolved, single replacement) 2. Barium nitrate + product from [1] (precipitate of barium sulfate, double replacement reaction) Other things covered: dehydration of a hydrated salt, decomposition, acid-base reactions (acid+hydroxide, acid+metal oxide), combustion, redox, exothermic dissolving. One of the reactions is used as an opportunity to introduce them to Vernier data-logging, and another to carrying out a reaction to constant mass (which I also use to discuss error analysis later on). The combustion of propane I demonstrate by doing the classic demonstration of burning soap bubbles.

By ceviche

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