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Acids

Acids

Lesson resources for the ‘Acids’ unit (OCR Chemistry A) which includes: Acids, Bases, Alkalis & Neutralisation Titrations All PowerPoints start with a short quiz to help gauge understanding at the start and most tasks are differentiated by choice.
leighfrancis5
Titrations

Titrations

A resourced lesson which looks at the key details of a titration to enable students to generate results which could be used in a titration calculation. The lesson includes an engaging lesson presentation (29 slides) and an associated worksheet. The lesson begins with a spot of fun as students are challenged to read the script of a scene from Friends to identify a neutralisation reaction. Students will learn that a method called a titration can use the results of an acid-base neutralisation to work out the concentration of an unknown. Students will learn the names of the equipment involved through a quiz competition and will then be shown how to set up a table to collect the results. Key terms such as titre, rough and end-point are explained. The lesson finishes with one further round of the competition called “Take the HOTSEAT” so that the knowledge of the key terminology from today’s lesson can be checked. The lesson has been designed with regular progress checks throughout so that students can check their understanding. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students.
GJHeducation
Fractional distillation of crude oil

Fractional distillation of crude oil

An engaging lesson presentation (46 slides) which looks at the fractional distillation of crude oil and focuses on the properties of the different fractions. The aim at the start of the lesson is to ensure that students understand that this process can be broken down into evaporation followed by condensation. Moving forwards, a fun competition is used to introduce the students to the names of some of the important fractions that are produced by this process. At the same time, they will learn the relative position that each fraction condenses on the fractionating column and will be taught that they need to know this position with relation to the other fractions. Students will learn that the fractions have differing properties depending on where they condense and they are challenged to compare fractions by viscosity, length of hydrocarbon and boiling point. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson to allow the students to check on their understanding. This lesson has been written for GCSE students.
GJHeducation
Nanoparticles

Nanoparticles

An informative lesson presentation (24 slides) that looks at the relative size of the nanoparticles and explains why they are so effective for a range of purposes. The lesson begins by looking at exactly how small nanoparticles are and ensures that students can recognise this size in a range of ways, including standard form. Moving forwards, in order to help students to understand why these nanoparticles are being used in a lot of different ways, students are introduced to bulk materials. Included in the remainder of the lesson is calculating the surface area to volume ratio so this can be used as a comparison point. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding. This lesson has been written for GCSE students.
GJHeducation
Calculating masses in reactions

Calculating masses in reactions

A fully-resourced lesson which guides students through using moles to calculate the mass of a substance in a reaction. The lesson includes a detailed lesson presentation (22 slides) and associated worksheets which are used to check the skills and understanding of the students. The lesson begins by introducing the students to the three steps involved in a calculating mass question. These skills include calculating the relative formula mass and identifying molar ratios in equations to calculate amounts so time is taken to recap on how this is done before students are given the opportunity to try some progress check questions. A worked example brings these three steps together to guide the students to the final answer. The final task involves 4 questions where students are challenged to apply their new-found knowledge. This lesson has been written for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds in the UK)
GJHeducation
The Haber Process

The Haber Process

A fully-resourced lesson which looks at the gaseous reversible reaction known as the Haber Process and then explores and explains why the specific conditions are chosen for this reaction. The lesson includes a detailed lesson presentation (29 slides) and associated worksheets which are differentiated. The lesson begins by challenging the students to use a description of the reaction to complete the balanced symbol equation. A quiz competition involving both Chemistry and Maths skills is used to reveal the temperature and pressure which are chosen for this reaction. Students will learn that this only produces a yield of 30% and therefore are encouraged to question why these conditions are chosen. In doing so, they are made to wear two “hats”, so that they consider it from both a Science angle but also a business angle. Their knowledge of reversible reactions and the effect of changing either the temperature or the pressure on the position of the equilibrium are constantly challenged and then checked through a range of progress check questions. As a result of this lesson, students will understand that these conditions are a compromise and be able to explain why. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds in the UK).
GJHeducation
Writing WORD EQUATIONS

Writing WORD EQUATIONS

A resourced lesson which guides students through the method of writing word equations for a range of different chemical reactions. The lesson includes an engaging and informative lesson presentation (33 slides) and an associated worksheet containing questions. The lesson begins by reminding students of the form which word equations take, with the reactants chemically changing into the products. Moving forwards, time is taken to show students how to work out the name of a compound that contains either 2 or 3 elements. This moves nicely into the reaction of acids and how to name the salt that is produced. Students are shown the general formula for the reactions of acids with a metal, a metal carbonate and a metal oxide or hydroxide so that they can form word equations for each of these reactions in the progress check task. The final section of the lesson introduces reversible reactions to the students and shows them the symbol that is used in these word equations to replace the arrow. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson to allow the students to check on their understanding and thorough explanations of the required answers. This lesson has been written for GCSE students but is perfectly suitable for KS3 students too.
GJHeducation
Writing chemical symbol equations

Writing chemical symbol equations

A fully-resourced lesson which uses a step-by-step guide to show students how to write fully balanced symbol equations. The lesson includes an engaging lesson presentation (38 slides) and associated worksheets containing questions which iaredifferentiated. The lesson begins by talking the students through the three steps involved in writing a chemical symbol equation. The first step involves writing in the formula for the elements. Students are introduced to the term, diatomic, and shown the 8 molecules that have to be written as a pair of atoms. Moving forwards, students are shown how to write chemical formulae for ionic compounds. They are reminded of how to use the group of the Periodic Table to work out the ion charge and how this is crucial when writing the formula. They are also shown how to write formulae which include brackets which is necessary when the charged molecules are involved. Finally, students are reminded of the rules of balancing symbol equations. There are progress checks at each stage so that students can assess their understanding and any misconceptions can be be addressed immediately. Time is taken to talk about state symbols, in case the exam question requires these to be included in the equation. The final section of the lesson involves students bringing their new-found skills together to write symbol equations for a range of reactions, including a neutralisation and reversible reaction. This task is differentiated so that students who need a little bit of assistance can still access the work. This lesson has been written for GCSE students (14-16 year olds in the UK)
GJHeducation
BTEC Applied Science Level 3Unit 2 learning aim C Chromatography

BTEC Applied Science Level 3Unit 2 learning aim C Chromatography

As one of their mock assignments before completing Assignment C I used this lesson to support the students to structure and explain the steps of a plan, and to begin to make conclusions from data. This is very structured, and is probably most suited to a lower ability class. The students completed the worksheets as I carried out a demonstration very slowly, and then they completed the conclusions for homework.
missbird1990
BTEC Applied Science Level 3 Unit 2 Assignment D

BTEC Applied Science Level 3 Unit 2 Assignment D

My students completed a mock assignment for unit D, and peer assessed it using this worksheet before starting the real assignment. I asked them to use a minimum of 6 skills, as there isn’t a specific number asked for in the pass criteria.
missbird1990
BTEC Applied Science level 3 Unit 3 student planning sheets

BTEC Applied Science level 3 Unit 3 student planning sheets

BTEC Applied Science Level 3 unit 3 involves two long answer questions, question 4 and question 5. I have printed and laminated these sheets for my students. One side is to help them plan their answer, and the other is the BTEC markscheme, which I have reformatted but otherwise not changed. I will be using these as I teach each section (D-G).
missbird1990
Context Posters on lab safety

Context Posters on lab safety

This Key Stage 3 resource is part of the JACOSA scheme. This story based learning project provides students with a compelling learning experience that is designed to put learning into context. The posters are often used at the beginning of lessons to excite learning. Teachers can plan lessons around the story. In this project, professor Charles Hobbles has been found dead in his science laboratory and a lot of money has been stolen from out of his safe. Pupils train to be forensic scientists and then investigate what and who killed the professor. This project has an exploratory and practical nature to it and provides pupils with the opportunity to experiment. Is often used to introduce pupils to a science laboratory.
sjacosa
Context Posters on Lab Safety

Context Posters on Lab Safety

This Key Stage 3 resource is part of the JACOSA scheme. This story based learning project provides students with a compelling learning experience that is designed to put learning into context. The posters are often used at the beginning of lessons to excite learning. Teachers can plan lessons around the story. In this story Logan Woodhouse’ sister has been badly burned in a science experiement and he is determined to find out how it happened. After breaking into a lab he starts to investigate what happened to her. This resource is intended to be used when students are introduced to a lab for the first time. It covers: lab and Bunsen burner safety, drawing science diagrams and following instructions.
sjacosa
Getting-to-know-you activity for Science

Getting-to-know-you activity for Science

This is a relatively short activity that can be used during the first lesson to help you learn more about your students. The students fill in the information, cut out the beaker and either hand this to their teacher or glue it into their books. It can also be used as an ice breaker game where the students fill in everything apart from their name. The beakers are then swapped around in class and students try to match up their beaker to the correct person. I have included a word document version, so you can edit the writing prompts.
LCass
NEW!! 100% AQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry & Physics | 4.1.1.3 The Development of the Model of the Atom

NEW!! 100% AQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry & Physics | 4.1.1.3 The Development of the Model of the Atom

An absoloutlely 100% AQA GCSE (9-1) Resource. Covering Secrets & Key words for AQA Examiners are looking for. Featuring Absoloutly New AQA Exam Questions for the Latest & New GCSE Specifications. Comparing Models with the Plum Pudding Model & The Nuclear Model. Includes Assessment Objective 3 (AO3) with Working Scientifically as REQUIRED by AQA, and how to tackle Diagrams and Understand the Content Required by AQA. Also the Exam Questions indicate as to what Grade and Level of Demand the Qestion targets. By Specifically Stating Standard/High. Where a Standard is approximately Grades 5-6 and High being Grades 7-9 Exactly what AQA Requires you to earn for the Exam. No Extrac Content included. ONLY what you MUST LEARN. So you dont go off a Tangent Please NOTE any Material Modified/Edited will be ragarded as Copyright Infringement. To Produce OR Distribute Copies for Educational Puroporses, please Contact me or Email myself first, BEFORE USE Suitable for ALL Exam Boards, but Targeted at Students/Teachers covering the AQA GCSE (9-1) Specification
aqagcsescience
Stand-alone lesson on Scientific Discoveries

Stand-alone lesson on Scientific Discoveries

This is a stand-alone lesson on recent scientific discoveries and research. The lesson is mostly student-led and requires IT access. The task can be adjusted and adapted to fit your needs. I have used this lesson a number of times as a filler lesson or as a cover lesson task for planned absences. For the latter, I introduced the task at the end of the lesson prior to my absence, and then gave students another session after the cover lesson to present their findings. My students have enjoyed the more open inquiry nature of this task. I have included : The power-point presentation setting the task A worksheet that scaffolds the students’ research (word document and pdf) and contains qr codes and links to websites that will act as a starting point for their research. Enjoy :)
LCass
How does electricity flow through small objects: KS3 - What is nano?

How does electricity flow through small objects: KS3 - What is nano?

Scientists at the University of Oxford are trying to understand how electricity behaves when it travels inside tiny, molecular sized components. Students explore some of the reasons why scientists use SI units and become more familiar with the SI units for very small objects, particularly nanometres. Learning outcomes: Students will be able to give reasons why it is useful for scientists to use standard SI/Metric units. Students will recognise that different units are appropriate for different sized objects. Students will be able to perform simple conversions between nm and metres. See more at: www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/how-does-electricity-flow-through-small-objects
OxfordUniversity
Lesson 3 - State Symbols and Balancing Equations

Lesson 3 - State Symbols and Balancing Equations

AQA Combined Chemistry (8464) and AQA Triple Chemistry (8462) State Symbols and Balancing Equations powerpoint and worksheets (all solutions on powerpoint) Graded (1-9) objectives included Combined Spec ref: 5.3.1.1 and 5.3.1.2 Quantitative Chemistry Triple Spec ref: 4.3.1.1 and 4.3.1.2 Quantitative Chemistry
pcopec
Collecting and Analysing Data lesson

Collecting and Analysing Data lesson

Simple introduction to data collection and pattern identification. Matches the AQA KS3 skills. Contains nice loop glider practical Resources required are: Sticky tape Scissors Index cards or card cut to required size Straws
derekclinton
AQA TRILOGY TRACKER SPREADSHEET

AQA TRILOGY TRACKER SPREADSHEET

A spreadsheet I have been working on to track scores and show progress after end of topic tests and mock exams. I have also included a required practical tracking sheet. In the main spreadsheet, raw end of topic test scores are entered to generate a gcse grade. The look up tables that calculate these grades are editable and in a separate tab on the spreadsheet, they happen to be set up to fit our in house tests that are all standardised out of 25 marks, but can be altered with ease by editing the raw score values. There is also space to record mock scores for biol chem and physics too. These have thier own look up table to add scores into once we know more on boundaries this summer, (the current figures used are purely to test the spreadhseet works). The main spreadhseet on the second tab can be copied and pasted into numerous extra tabs, depending on the number of your classes. Conditional formatting has been used so that once a classes target grades are added to the sheet, progress in relation to target can be colour coded. I haven’t used this live with classes yet, and intend to make a Y11 version and a purely triple version.
b-duck
AQA GCSE Chemistry Chemical Reactions and Energy Changes (C5-C7) End of Topic Tests

AQA GCSE Chemistry Chemical Reactions and Energy Changes (C5-C7) End of Topic Tests

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) these end of topic tests are 50 minute exams on all of the topics in Module 2: Chemical reactions and energy changes. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **These exam have been specifically written to include questions on maths and practical skills in line with the demands of the new GCSE. This resource offers extensive exam practice. **Included in this budle are the end of topic tests and markschemes for C5-C7. ** This resource is ideal for assessing learning at the end of a module, as well as identifying strengths and weaknesses. At 50 minutes, this resource is suitable for use in the classroom, as well as for revision or homework. A detailed mark scheme is included for every test, which makes marking fast and easy. Model answers can are also available for these tests which enables students to understand how to achieve full marks. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Please note for the best printing quality, print at 90% page zoom. Any Enquires: Instagram - @thomasd0resources Twitter - @thomasd01resou1 Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
thomasd0
AQA GCSE Chemistry Atoms, Bonding and Moles (C1-C4) End of Topic Tests

AQA GCSE Chemistry Atoms, Bonding and Moles (C1-C4) End of Topic Tests

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) these end of topic tests are 50 minute exams on all of the topics in Module 1: Atoms, bonding and moles. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **These exam have been specifically written to include questions on maths and practical skills in line with the demands of the new GCSE. This resource offers extensive exam practice. **Included in this budle are the end of topic tests and markschemes for C1-C4. ** This resource is ideal for assessing learning at the end of a module, as well as identifying strengths and weaknesses. At 50 minutes, this resource is suitable for use in the classroom, as well as for revision or homework. A detailed mark scheme is included for every test, which makes marking fast and easy. Model answers can are also available for these tests which enables students to understand how to achieve full marks. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Please note for the best printing quality, print at 90% page zoom. Any Enquires: Instagram - @thomasd0resources Twitter - @thomasd01resou1 Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
thomasd0
AQA GCSE Chemistry Paper 1 End of Topic Tests

AQA GCSE Chemistry Paper 1 End of Topic Tests

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) these end of topic tests are 50 minute exams on all of the topics in paper 1 of GCSE Chemistry. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **These exam have been specifically written to include questions on maths and practical skills in line with the demands of the new GCSE. This resource offers the opportunity for exam practice on all paper 1 topics. **Included in this budle are the end of topic tests and markschemes for C1-C7. ** This resource is ideal for assessing learning at the end of a module, as well as identifying strengths and weaknesses. At 50 minutes, this resource is suitable for use in the classroom, as well as for revision or homework. A detailed mark scheme is included for every test, which makes marking fast and easy. Model answers can are also available for these tests which enables students to understand how to achieve full marks. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Please note for the best printing quality, print at 90% page zoom. Any Enquires: Instagram - @thomasd0resources Twitter - @thomasd01resou1 Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
thomasd0
NEW Edexcel Topic 11 Equilibrium II Revision

NEW Edexcel Topic 11 Equilibrium II Revision

This powerpoint is matched to the NEW A level specification and is designed to summarise the key points for the NEW Edexcel Topic 11 Equilibrium II topic. This can be used by students on intranet systems and has links to FREE revision videos to back up the content on the powerpoint too.
AlleryTutors
AQA GCSE Chemistry C2 Test and Answers

AQA GCSE Chemistry C2 Test and Answers

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) this end of topic test is a 50 minute exam of all of the topics in C2. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **This exam has been written specifically to include questions on maths and practical skills in line with the demands of the new GCSE. This resource offers the opportunity for exam practice on a range of topics. Topics on this exam include: The Periodic Table, metals and non-metal, the group 7 elements and explaining trends. This resource is ideal for assessing learning at the end of a module, as well as identifying strengths and weaknesses. At 50 minutes, this resource is suitable for use in the classroom, as well as for revision or homework. A detailed mark scheme is included, which makes marking fast and easy. Model answers can are also included in this bundle which enables students to understand how to achieve full marks. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Please note for the best printing quality, print at 90% page zoom. Any Enquires: Instagram - @thomasd0resources Twitter - @thomasd01resou1 Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
thomasd0
AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 Test and Answers

AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 Test and Answers

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) this end of topic test is a 50 minute exam of all of the topics in C1. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **This exam has been written specifically to include questions on maths and practical skills in line with the demands of the new GCSE. This resource offers the opportunity for exam practice on a range of topics. **Topics on this exam include: Elements, compounds, conservation of mass, physical methods of separation, models of the atom, ions and isotopes. ** This resource is ideal for assessing learning at the end of a module, as well as identifying strengths and weaknesses. At 50 minutes, this resource is suitable for use in the classroom, as well as for revision or homework. A detailed mark scheme is included, which makes marking fast and easy. Model answers can are also included in this bundle which enables students to understand how to achieve full marks. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Please note for the best printing quality, print at 90% page zoom. Any Enquires: Instagram - @thomasd0resources Twitter - @thomasd01resou1 Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
thomasd0
AQA GCSE Chemistry C6 End of Topic Test

AQA GCSE Chemistry C6 End of Topic Test

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) this end of topic test is a 50 minute exam of all of the topics in C6. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **This exam has been written specifically to include questions on maths and practical skills in line with the demands of the new GCSE. This resource offers the opportunity for exam practice on a range of topics. **Topics on this exam include:Electrolysis, extracting aluminium and brine. ** This resource is ideal for assessing learning at the end of a module, as well as identifying strengths and weaknesses. At 50 minutes, this resource is suitable for use in the classroom, as well as for revision or homework. A detailed mark scheme is included, which makes marking fast and easy. Model answers can are also available for this exam: These can be purchased individually: Or for a discounted price, part of a bundle include this exam and mark scheme: Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Please note for the best printing quality, print at 90% page zoom. Any Enquires: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
thomasd0
AQA GCSE Chemistry C4 End of Topic Test

AQA GCSE Chemistry C4 End of Topic Test

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) this end of topic test is a 50 minute exam of all of the topics in C4. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **This exam has been written specifically to include questions on maths and practical skills in line with the demands of the new GCSE. This resource offers the opportunity for exam practice on a range of topics. **Topics on this exam include: Quantitive chemistry, yield of a reaction, atom economy and titrations. ** This resource is ideal for assessing learning at the end of a module, as well as identifying strengths and weaknesses. At 50 minutes, this resource is suitable for use in the classroom, as well as for revision or homework. A detailed mark scheme is included, which makes marking fast and easy. Model answers can are also available for this exam: These can be purchased individually: Or for a discounted price, part of a bundle include this exam and mark scheme: Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Please note for the best printing quality, print at 90% page zoom. Any Enquires: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
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AQA GCSE Chemistry C3 End of Topic Test

AQA GCSE Chemistry C3 End of Topic Test

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) this end of topic test is a 50 minute exam of all of the topics in C3. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **This exam has been written specifically to include questions on maths and practical skills in line with the demands of the new GCSE. This resource offers the opportunity for exam practice on a range of topics. **Topics on this exam include:Particle models, covalent and ionic bonding, graphite, diamond and nanoparticles. ** This resource is ideal for assessing learning at the end of a module, as well as identifying strengths and weaknesses. At 50 minutes, this resource is suitable for use in the classroom, as well as for revision or homework. A detailed mark scheme is included, which makes marking fast and easy. Model answers can are also available for this exam: These can be purchased individually: Or for a discounted price, part of a bundle include this exam and mark scheme: Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Please note for the best printing quality, print at 90% page zoom. Any Enquires: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
thomasd0
AQA GCSE Chemistry C2 End of Topic Test

AQA GCSE Chemistry C2 End of Topic Test

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) this end of topic test is a 50 minute exam of all of the topics in C2. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **This exam has been written specifically to include questions on maths and practical skills in line with the demands of the new GCSE. This resource offers the opportunity for exam practice on a range of topics. **Topics on this exam include: The Periodic Table, metals and non-metals, group 7 elements and explaining trends. ** This resource is ideal for assessing learning at the end of a module, as well as identifying strengths and weaknesses. At 50 minutes, this resource is suitable for use in the classroom, as well as for revision or homework. A detailed mark scheme is included, which makes marking fast and easy. Model answers can are also available for this exam: These can be purchased individually: Or for a discounted price, part of a bundle include this exam and mark scheme: Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Please note for the best printing quality, print at 90% page zoom. Any Enquires: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
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AQA GCSE Chemistry C2 End of Topic Test Model Answers

AQA GCSE Chemistry C2 End of Topic Test Model Answers

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) this is the model answers for the AQA C2 End of Topic Test also published on my shop. Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. Topics on this exam include: The Periodic Table, metals and non-metal, the group 7 elements and explaining trends. This resource is ideal for understanding how to achieve full marks on the exam. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Any Enquires: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
thomasd0
AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 End of Topic Test Model Answers

AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 End of Topic Test Model Answers

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) this is the model answers for the AQA C1 End of Topic Test also published on my shop. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **Topics on this exam include: Elements, compounds, conservation of mass, physical methods of separation, models of the atom, ions and isotopes. *** This resource is ideal for understanding how to achieve full marks on the exam. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Any Enquires: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
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AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 End of Topic Test

AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 End of Topic Test

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) this end of topic test is a 50 minute exam of all of the topics in C1. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **This exam has been written specifically to include questions on maths and practical skills in line with the demands of the new GCSE. This resource offers the opportunity for exam practice on a range of topics. **Topics on this exam include: Elements, compounds, conservation of mass, physical methods of separation, models of the atom, ions and isotopes. ** This resource is ideal for assessing learning at the end of a module, as well as identifying strengths and weaknesses. At 50 minutes, this resource is suitable for use in the classroom, as well as for revision or homework. A detailed mark scheme is included, which makes marking fast and easy. Model answers can are also available for this exam: These can be purchased individually: Or for a discounted price, part of a bundle include this exam and mark scheme: Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Please note for the best printing quality, print at 90% page zoom. Any Enquires: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
thomasd0
NEW OCR A Yr2 5.2.3 Redox and Electrode Potentials Revision

NEW OCR A Yr2 5.2.3 Redox and Electrode Potentials Revision

This powerpoint is matched to the NEW A level specification and is designed to summarise the key points for the NEW OCR A Spec point 5.2.3 redox and electrode potential topic as part of Module 5. This can be used by students on intranet systems and has links to FREE revision videos to back up the content on the powerpoint too.
AlleryTutors
Burning candle experiment

Burning candle experiment

A structured approach to investigating how altering the supply of air (and therefore oxygen) affects the time that a candle can burn for. This is a simple experiment, but it also encourages students to consider key aspects of scientific investigation such as independent and dependent a variables, calculating mean values and evaluation skills.
johnplatts
Working Scientifically - HSW Skills, AQA GCSE Designing Investigations Skills, Required Practicals

Working Scientifically - HSW Skills, AQA GCSE Designing Investigations Skills, Required Practicals

This presentation and worksheet will help students get to grips with some of the working scientifically terminolgy. This includes collaborative structures, matching keyword games, HSW past exam question quiz. The powerpoint and matching worksheet are great for Year 11 revision of these skills or can be used at any time, or even as a great cover lesson as all of the answers are there so a non-specialist should be able to deliver this lesson. It will help students get to grips with some of the keywords needed for the required practicals.
lucykeal
Edexcel Kinetics I Theory and Practical Activities

Edexcel Kinetics I Theory and Practical Activities

Chemistry at A level, notes to cover Topic 9 (Energetics I) with answers embedded in the text (in red) for the teacher. If desired the answers can be deleted (or blanked) for the student version. Four experimental activities on Energetics with answers embedded in the text (in red) for the teacher. Each practical includes laboratory setup requirements, references and notes (to books and links to videos and files), a suggested mark scheme and a Laboratory Hazard Assessment Sheet. These versions are not identical to the ones referred to in the standard school text book but are of the same standard.
djycm123
GCSE Combined Science 1-9 - Chemistry Key Concepts Survival Guide

GCSE Combined Science 1-9 - Chemistry Key Concepts Survival Guide

This bundle contains everything you need to get your students ready for the Key Concepts part of the new Chemistry GCSE (Both Combined Science and Triple Chemistry), including: PowerPoints AfL questions Mark Schemes Revision Videos (see www.mrbarnestc.com) Revision Guides Key Knowledge Check Questions and much much more. See my website (www.mrbarnestc.com) for a better preview of what you can get!
MrBarnesTC
GCSE Combined Science 1-9 - Chemistry Key Concepts PowerPoints

GCSE Combined Science 1-9 - Chemistry Key Concepts PowerPoints

This resource contains PowerPoints for the entirety of the Combined Science Key Concepts which covers the shared content for Paper 1 and Paper 2. Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table Types of Substance - Ionic, Covalent and Metallic Bonding Calculations involving Masses There are a series of AfL Questions - these link up well to the Key Concepts AfL Work Book (sold separately!!) See more at www.mrbarnestc.com
MrBarnesTC
Edexcel chemistry Topic 9: Kinetics I Practical Activities 1-4

Edexcel chemistry Topic 9: Kinetics I Practical Activities 1-4

Chemistry at A level, four kinetics experiments to cover Topic 9 Energetics I as related practical activities. Answers and sample experimental results are embedded in the text (in red) for the teacher. If desired the answers can be deleted (or blanked) for the student version. Each practical includes laboratory setup requirements, references and notes (to books and links to videos and files), a suggested mark scheme and a Laboratory Hazard Assessment Sheet. These versions are not identical to the ones referred to in the standard school text book but are of the same standard.
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