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AQA 1-9 GCSE Science Paper 2 Work Booklets Bundle

AQA 1-9 GCSE Science Paper 2 Work Booklets Bundle

This resource is a bundle of 12 GCSE Science paper 2 work-booklets that will help enable students to revise the 12 sections in the second Science paper. The workbooks in this resource cover: 1: Ecology 2: Homeostasis 3: Inheritance, variation & evolution 4: Chemical analysis 5: Organic chemistry 6: Rate of reaction 7: The Atmosphere 8: Using resources 9: Forces 10: Magnets & electromagnetism 11: Space 12: Waves Thanks for looking
chalky1234567
Chemical and physical changes

Chemical and physical changes

A concise and engaging lesson, which looks at chemical and physical changes with the key objective that students can recognise the differences between the two. Key terminology is used throughout, such as irreversible and practical examples are discussed. A number of short sharp quiz competitions are used to maintain motivation as well as checking on the understanding. This lesson is suitable for KS3 and GCSE students (11 - 16 year olds in the UK)
GJHeducation
Extracting aluminium

Extracting aluminium

A fully resourced lesson, which includes differentiated worksheets, and guides the students through the process of extracting aluminium. There are close links throughout the lesson to the reactivity series and electrolysis so that the students are able to understand how the knowledge of all of these is brought together. Students will meet cryolite and recognise why this is used in the process and will finish off by writing half equations to show the products at the electrodes. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds in the UK)
GJHeducation
Extracting metals

Extracting metals

A fully-resourced lesson, which includes a lesson presentation (49 slides) and associated worksheets and guides students through the topic of extracting metals. The main focus of the lesson is the extracting of the metals (from their oxides) that fall below carbon in the reactivity series. Students will see how the metal oxides are reduced in order to form the required metal. Some time is taken to briefly look at the extraction of aluminium from aluminium oxide but if a lesson on the extraction of a particular metal is sought, then please look at my additional resources which cover iron and aluminium in greater detail. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds in the UK)
GJHeducation
Redox reactions

Redox reactions

A short lesson which includes a lesson presentation (27 slides) and a hint worksheet and looks at redox reactions that involve oxygen and electrons. When focussing on oxygen, the lesson uses the example of extracting metals by reacting them with carbon to show how the metal is reduced and the carbon is oxidised. Key terminology such as reducing agents are also discussed. The important topic of electrolysis is used when teaching about the redox reactions that involve electrons and students are reminded about half equations. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds in the UK) but is suitable for other ages
GJHeducation
Writing half equations for electrolysis

Writing half equations for electrolysis

A fully-resourced lesson which includes a lesson presentation (24 slides) and a worksheet which is differentiated so that students can judge their understanding of the topic of writing half equations for electrolysis and access the work accordingly. The lesson uses worked examples and helpful hints to show the students how to write half equations at both the cathode and anode. Time is taken to remind students about the rules at the electrodes when the electrolyte is in solution so that they can work out the products before writing the equations. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students (14 - 16 years old in the UK) but could be used with older students.
GJHeducation
Electrolysis of molten salts

Electrolysis of molten salts

A detailed lesson which includes a lesson presentation (52 slides) and an associated worksheet that goes through the basis of electrolysis and then focuses on the examples when the electrolyte is a molten salt. The lesson has been designed to move in small steps with regular progress checks so that key details are fully understood. It begins by ensuring that students understand which ions are attracted to which electrode. The lesson then looks at how electrons are either gained or lost at the electrodes and this is related to redox reactions as well. Helpful hints and exam question tips are given throughout to aid students with this commonly assessed topic. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds in the UK) but could be used with both older and younger students
GJHeducation
AQA 9-1 Paper 1 Chemistry Quiz 2018

AQA 9-1 Paper 1 Chemistry Quiz 2018

Quick quiz covering key content from the 9-1 AQA Chemistry Paper 1 exam for all 5 units 10 questions with the answers faded in for each of the following units (50 Questions in total) Unit 1 - Atomic Structure Unit 2 - Bonding Unit 3 - Quantitative Chemistry Unit 4 - Chemical Changes Unit 5 - Energy Changes Used before the exam to cover key aspects of questions where easy marks can be gained
becka2626
Atomic Structure and Periodic table

Atomic Structure and Periodic table

12 lesson bundle for the topic of ‘Atomic Structure and Periodic table’. All lessons designed to be self sufficiant and can be delivered to KS3 or KS4. All with exam styles plenaries. Include full details introductions to atoms, ions and isotopes. Enanbles students to learn how the periodic table was created and can evaluate the models. Fully animated guides allow the students to understand elements, compounds, mixtures, balancing equations, naming compounds and separating mixtures. Complete lessons designed for electron configuration, groups 1 and group 7 and the history of Rutherford and the plum pudding model.
Jubblord
Group 7 - The Halogens

Group 7 - The Halogens

This lesson introduces the halogens. It gives general information into their naming and uses linked to their properties. Using an animation it shows how the covalent bond is formed to allow the Halogens to be diatomic. Students are then lead through a step by step guide to explaining the reactivity of the Halogens with regards to their electrons and distance from nucleus. Displacement is explained using a simple anecdote. The experiment is provided if you wish to attempt this with your students. After explaining / practical there are equations questions to test the students learning. Plenary is exam style questions.
Jubblord
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
Revision bundle for GCSE combined science-Chemistry paper 2

Revision bundle for GCSE combined science-Chemistry paper 2

Here are 5 pwpts to take you through each of the 5 chemistry topics on the combined science paper 2 Exam Basic review of the facts and key points needed. C8 rates and equilibrium C9 Crude Oil C12 Analysis -Tests C13 Earths Atmosphere C14 Earths resources Enjoy
iandavies554
Making salts

Making salts

A fully detailed lesson plan on Making Salts with Starter, Main, Task, Activity, Assessment and Plenary
Edustem1
Acids and Bases

Acids and Bases

A fully detailed lesson plan on Acids and Bases (Starter, Main, Activity, Assessment and Plenary)
Edustem1
Balancing symbol equations

Balancing symbol equations

A fully resourced lesson, which includes an informative lesson presentation (22 slides) and differentiated worksheets that guide students through the topic of balancing symbol equations. The lesson takes the students through the steps involved and begins by getting them to be able to recognise when an equation is balanced or not. The difficulty of the equations to be balanced increases as the lesson progresses and students are given helpful hints to aid their progress. This lesson is suitable for both KS3 and GCSE students
GJHeducation
OCR science A-levels revision guidance

OCR science A-levels revision guidance

Includes resources for three sciences - biology, chemistry and physics A resource to aid students who say “I don’t know how to revise.” Students follow the revision methodology in the sheet to review, practise, diagnose problems and improve. Includes extra guidance on revision and how to improve.
alexfeakes
Chemistry AQA Combined Science Trilogy 9-1 Paper 1

Chemistry AQA Combined Science Trilogy 9-1 Paper 1

Revision notes for the Chemistry Paper AQA double science/combined trilogy (9-1) Topics 1 to 5. Can be used by triple students too, but does not contain the extra subjects required. Also contains some questions for calculation type topics
alexw446
AQA GCSE Chemistry Paper 2 Revision Session

AQA GCSE Chemistry Paper 2 Revision Session

A 3 hour revision session designed to prepare students for the second chemistry paper on the Trilogy and Chemistry Specification. Within this revision session there are focused “mini lessons” on: Trilogy Specification: Rates of Reaction Crude Oil Chemical Analysis Earths Atmosphere Earths Resources Chemistry Specification: Rates of Reaction Crude Oil Organic Reactions Polymers Chemical Analysis Earths Atmosphere Earths Resources Within these mini lessons students are guided through some of the core content, complete structured activities and complete exam style questions. To accompany the revision session there is also a complimentary workbook for students to fill in. Within this selection of revision resources there are separate PowerPoints and workbooks for the Trilogy and Chemistry Specification
ScienceTeacherXX
AQA GCSE Chemistry Paper 1 Revision Session

AQA GCSE Chemistry Paper 1 Revision Session

A 3 hour revision session designed to prepare students for the first chemistry paper on the Trilogy and Chemistry Specification. Within this revision session there are focused “mini lessons” on: Atomic Structure Periodic Table Ionic Compounds Chemical Calculations Salts Electrolysis Energy Changes Within these mini lessons students are guided through some of the core content, complete structured activities and complete exam style questions. To accompany the revision session there is also a complimentary workbook for students to fill in. Within this selection of revision resources there are separate PowerPoints and workbooks for the Higher and Trilogy Specification as well as the Higher Chemistry Specification.
ScienceTeacherXX
AQA Chemistry Paper 1 revision game (new 1-9 spec)

AQA Chemistry Paper 1 revision game (new 1-9 spec)

A revision game to support students in the build up to chemistry Paper 1 exam. Students can write their answers on a mini white board will support less able students New version uploaded 16.5.18 to resolve typos
TRJ
Ionic bond

Ionic bond

A fully detailed lesson plan on Ionic bond including starter, main, activity, assessment and plenary
Edustem1
Differentiated Learning Outcomes For AQA Combined Science Chemistry Unit 1

Differentiated Learning Outcomes For AQA Combined Science Chemistry Unit 1

This resource breaks down the first unit of the Chemistry course for AQA Combined Science: Trilogy into differentiated learning outcomes. This is for teachers and students to support them in assessing their learning and identifying what is required to develop their responses and to achieve a higher level. This resource can be used to guide teacher assessment and feedback, peer assessment and feedback or individual student reflection and feedback. Broadly speaking, Level 1 translates to grades 1-3 of the new GCSE grading system, Level 2 is roughly 4-6 and Level 3 aiming at grades 7-9. This is only a sample of one unit, but generally if students are repeatedly hitting level 3 criteria across the entire GCSE course, then it is likely that they will be achieving grades 7-9 in their exams. This resource is an example of the entire course breakdown in the same format, split into the three areas (Biology, Physics and Chemistry). Ideally, the use of all of the differentiated success criteria or learning outcomes would be embedded alongside the learning right the way through to the exams at the end of Year 11.
richread87
Compound Chemistry Quiz

Compound Chemistry Quiz

Quiz used for a form-time activity with Y7, though it could be used with any group. The answers were around the room on various compound chemistry posters, although you could do this using laptops, with students finding the answers on the compound interest website! 2 of the answers came from the student passports for the group that were stuck on the wall, so you will need to change those questions.
DaraWetton
GCSE Chemistry paper 1 warmup: Topic 1-5 (AQA) Warm-up revision PPT/posters/sheets + ANSWERS

GCSE Chemistry paper 1 warmup: Topic 1-5 (AQA) Warm-up revision PPT/posters/sheets + ANSWERS

8 slide fill-in presentation on the 5 topics that make up Chemistry Paper 1 + answers Perfect to recap all essential information for the Chemistry paper 1 exam (Thursday 17th May). Ideal for perhaps a warm-up or revision session (or for private tutoring). Atoms & the Periodic Table Structure & Bonding Chemical Calculations Chemical Reactions/changes (Acids, metals & electrolysis) Energy changes Filled-version now attached as well now (will try and do a scan tomorrow morning, but it should be legible, especially with a bit of zooming in) ** Please rate/review for visibility if it was useful! Keep an eye on my page or follow for similar Physics paper 1, Chemistry paper 2 and Physics paper 2 materials over the next days if you like the size/layout/format**
jeroenvanos