The ALKANES

The ALKANES

A fully-resourced lesson which looks at the saturated hydrocarbons known as the alkanes and focuses on their structure and reactions. The lesson includes an engaging lesson presentation (38 slides) and an associated worksheet which is differentiated. The lesson begins with the introduction of the name of this group and then a step-by-step guide is used to show students how to draw the displayed formula. Once the first four have been drawn, students are shown how to calculate the general formula for the alkenes and then challenged to do the same for the alkanes. Moving forwards, students will meet the key term, saturated, and time is taken to ensure that the meaning of this word is understood in the context of this lesson. Once they have been introduced to bromine water, students are challenged to work out what will happen when this substance is added to an alkane and they have to explain their answer. The remainder of the lesson looks at the complete and incomplete combustion of the alkanes, focusing on the different products of these reactions and specifically the problems associated with carbon monoxide. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson to allow the students to check on their understanding.
GJHeducation
Starter Collection Middle Part of Module 6 Organic Chemistry OCR A Level

Starter Collection Middle Part of Module 6 Organic Chemistry OCR A Level

A collection of starters covering the middle portion of Module 6 - Organic Chemistry. Each starter contains a bronze/silver/gold option and the answers are given on the following slide. Includes 9 starters: Review of benzene (covers content from several lessons) Carbonyl compounds ID aldehydes and ketones Introduction of amines and amides Carboxylic Acids Carboxylic Acid Derivatives Synthesis of Amines and Amides Amino Acids and Chirality Condensation Polymers
chemistryteacher001
Reactions of Benzene - A Review OCR A Level

Reactions of Benzene - A Review OCR A Level

A lesson reviewing the reactions of benzene designed for the new OCR A level spec. Includes why benzene is different, naming benzene and related compounds, reactions of benzene and phenol and directing groups. Includes questions on slides for students to work through – no printing required.
chemistryteacher001
Aldehydes and Ketones OCR A Level

Aldehydes and Ketones OCR A Level

A lesson on aldehydes and ketones designed for the new OCR A level spec. Includes a review of naming aldehydes and ketones, why C=O undergoes nucleophilic addition, mechanism for the reaction and reactions of carbonyls with NaBH4 and CN. Includes questions on slides for students to work through – no printing required.
chemistryteacher001
Identification of Aldehydes and Ketones OCR A Level

Identification of Aldehydes and Ketones OCR A Level

A lesson on chemical tests for aldehydes and ketones designed for the new OCR A level spec. Includes a review of tests for alkenes, alcohols and carboxylic acids. Then the lesson covers 2,4-DNP and Tollen’s test. Lesson is designed to cover the theory of PAG 7.2 and to be given prior to PAG. Includes questions on slides for students to work through – no printing required.
chemistryteacher001
Introduction to Amines and Amides OCR A Level

Introduction to Amines and Amides OCR A Level

A lesson introducing amines and amides designed for the new OCR A level spec. Includes classifying amines/amides as primary, secondary or tertiary, alphiatic vs aromatic amines, naming amines and amides and reactions of amines as bases to form salt. Includes questions on slides for students to work through – no printing required.
chemistryteacher001
Carboxylic Acids OCR A Level

Carboxylic Acids OCR A Level

A lesson on carboxylic acids designed for the new OCR A level spec. Includes what naming carboxylic acids and esters, explanation of the water solubility of carboxylic acids, reactions of carboxylic acids with metals, oxides, hydroxides, carbonates and esterifation. Includes questions on slides for students to work through – no printing required.
chemistryteacher001
Carboxylic Acid Derivatives OCR A level Chemistry

Carboxylic Acid Derivatives OCR A level Chemistry

A lesson on carboxylic acid derivatives designed for the new OCR A level spec. Includes hydrolysis of esters in acid and alkali, naming acyl chlorides, reactions of acyl chlorides, mechanism for the reaction of an acyl chloride with water, and reactions of anhydrides. Includes questions on slides for students to work through – no printing required.
chemistryteacher001
Synthesis of Amines and Amides OCR A Level

Synthesis of Amines and Amides OCR A Level

A lesson on amines and amides designed for the new OCR A level spec. Includes making aliphatic amines from ammonia, making aromatic amines from nitrobenzene and making amides from acyl chlorides. Includes questions on slides for students to work through – no printing required.
chemistryteacher001
Amino Acids and Chirality OCR A Level

Amino Acids and Chirality OCR A Level

A lesson on amino acids and chirality designed for the new OCR A level spec. Includes what an amino acid is, reactions of amino acids, a review of isomerism, optical isomers and identifying the chiral carbon in organic compounds. Includes questions on slides for students to work through – no printing required.
chemistryteacher001
Condensation Polymers OCR A Level Chemistry

Condensation Polymers OCR A Level Chemistry

A lesson on condensation polymers designed for the new OCR A level spec. Includes what a condensation polymer is, what are polyesters and polyamides, how to draw polymers from monomers, how to draw monomers from polymers and the products of hydrolysis of polyesters and polyamides. Includes questions on slides for students to work through – no printing required.
chemistryteacher001
Analysis Assessments

Analysis Assessments

Assessment questions for Module 6.3 Analysis (OCR Chemistry A) including: End of Module Test - a complete test covering all topics in the module (60 marks approx.) End of Topic Quizzes - short assessments (20-30 marks approx.) for each topic in the module including: Chromatography and Combined Spectroscopy (IR, Mass and NMR). Includes mark schemes.
leighfrancis5
Analysis Homeworks

Analysis Homeworks

Homework questions for Module 6.3 Analysis (OCR Chemistry A) covering: Chromatography Combined Spectroscopy (IR, Mass and NMR) Includes mark schemes and where possible provides differentiation by choice of task.
leighfrancis5
Nitrogen Compounds, Polymers & Synthesis Assessments

Nitrogen Compounds, Polymers & Synthesis Assessments

Assessment questions for Module 6.2 Nitrogen Compounds, Polymers & Synthesis (OCR Chemistry A) including: End of Module Test - a complete test covering all topics in the module (60 marks approx.) End of Topic Quizzes - short assessments (20-30 marks approx.) for each topic in the module including: Amino Acids, Amides & Chirality, Polyesters & Polyamides and Organic Synthesis (A2). Includes mark schemes.
leighfrancis5
Nitrogen Compounds, Polymers & Synthesis Homeworks

Nitrogen Compounds, Polymers & Synthesis Homeworks

Homework questions for Module 6.2 Nitrogen Compounds, Polymers & Synthesis (OCR Chemistry A) covering: Amines Amino Acids, Amides & Chirality Polyesters & Polyamides Organic Synthesis (A2) Includes mark schemes and where possible provides differentiation by choice of task.
leighfrancis5
Aromatic Compounds, Carbonyls & Acids Assessments

Aromatic Compounds, Carbonyls & Acids Assessments

Assessment questions for Module 6.1 Aromatic Compounds, Carbonyls & Acids (OCR Chemistry A) including: End of Module Test - a complete test covering all topics in the module (60 marks approx.) End of Topic Quizzes - short assessments (20-30 marks approx.) for each topic in the module including: Aromatic Compounds, Carbonyls, Carboxylic Acids and Esters. Includes mark schemes.
leighfrancis5
Aromatic Compounds, Carbonyls & Acids Homeworks

Aromatic Compounds, Carbonyls & Acids Homeworks

Homework questions for Module 6.1 Aromatic Compounds, Carbonyls & Acids (OCR Chemistry A) covering: Aromatic Compounds Carbonyl Compounds Carboxylic Acids & Esters Includes mark schemes and where possible provides differentiation by choice of task.
leighfrancis5
Alcohols, Haloalkanes & Analysis Homeworks

Alcohols, Haloalkanes & Analysis Homeworks

Homework questions for Module 4.2 Alcohols, Haloalkanes & Analysis (OCR Chemistry A) covering: Alcohols Haloalkanes Organic Synthesis (AS) Analytical Techniques (AS) Includes mark schemes and where possible provides differentiation by choice of task.
leighfrancis5
Core Organic Chemistry Assessments

Core Organic Chemistry Assessments

Assessment questions for Module 4 Core Organic Chemistry (OCR Chemistry A) including: End of Module Test - a complete test covering all topics in the module (60 marks approx.) End of Topic Quizzes - short assessments (20-30 marks approx.) for each topic in the module including: Alkanes, Alkenes, Alcohols, Haloalkanes, Organic Synthesis and Analytical Techniques. Includes mark schemes.
leighfrancis5
How does electricity flow through small objects: KS4 - Carbon Copy

How does electricity flow through small objects: KS4 - Carbon Copy

Scientists at the University of Oxford are researching the way that electricity flows in very small, molecular sized, components. In order to achieve this they are making use of graphene, an allotrope of carbon. In this lesson students find out more about the allotropes and, in particular, the allotropes of carbon. Learning outcomes: Students will recognize that the way that the atoms or molecules in a substance are organised can have an effect on the properties of the substance. Students will be able to describe the arrangement of the atoms in different allotropes of carbon (such as diamond and graphite). See more at: www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/how-does-electricity-flow-through-small-objects
OxfordUniversity
AQA Chemistry GCSE 9-1 Revision Mat: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

AQA Chemistry GCSE 9-1 Revision Mat: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Covers AQA 9-1 Chemistry/Science Trilogy specification for Topic 7: Organic Chemistry. Can be used as Revision Mat or Flashcards. Students can tick the box by each question when they are confident with it. **Answers included. ** Higher Tier / Chemistry-only content clearly marked.
starfishrevision
What can chemists learn from nature: KS5 - Organic Pathways

What can chemists learn from nature: KS5 - Organic Pathways

Many of the chemicals we use as drugs, flavourings and perfumes originate from natural sources but often the most economical way of obtaining them is to produce them artificially on an industrial scale. In this activity students find out about the chemical that gives vanilla its popular flavour - vanillin. They analyse the chemical pathway used to make vanillin from benzene and discuss the economic and environmental impacts of its manufacture. Learning outcomes: Students apply knowledge of organic synthesis to the manufacture of an unfamiliar molecule Students evaluate an industrial process. See more at: http://www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/what-can-chemists-learn-nature
OxfordUniversity
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
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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
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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
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new GCSE allotropes of carbon differentiated table

new GCSE allotropes of carbon differentiated table

for GCSE chemistry/combined students. Could be used for either foundation or higher tier. objective: to define ‘allotrope’; to compare the structures and properties of allotropes of carbon; to relate properties to uses good for: full lesson as a staged task (after explanation or with a reference text); full lesson - the answers could be used as a collective memory task; homework; revision; cover; student that is out of the lesson differentiation: to 3 levels - easier more visual task, gap fill task, and free fill task Answers included
LawrenceL
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
New GCSE - Chemistry paper 2 flashcards

New GCSE - Chemistry paper 2 flashcards

These flashcards are based on fact recall for Chemistry paper 2. They are aimed at combined science students, but easily adapted for separate science students. They are a great activity for class, homework or extended days. Relevant for both year 10 and year 11 students
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AQA GCSE Chemistry Condensed Revision Notes (Flashcards) Higher Tier (9-1)

AQA GCSE Chemistry Condensed Revision Notes (Flashcards) Higher Tier (9-1)

Excellent PDF (104 pages) which can be used as classprep or handouts before topic tests and exams. These concise revision notes (flashcards) contain all the necessary exam knowledge for GCSE Paper 1 & 2 in a short, easy to memorize form. They break topics down to 1 or 2 pages of what you need to know. Each page covers the key facts, such as definitions and equations, without the distraction of unnecessary information. Created with great care, they include important information specific to exam questions. The paperbacks and eBooks from Dr. C. Boes receive consistently top reviews on Amazon. For more information see: www.alevelchemistryrevsion.co.uk.
christophboes
alkenes song

alkenes song

an adaptation of a resource (to the same tune) that I downloaded many years ago - I’m sorry I can no longer find it to credit the author. It has been modified and I know hope that it contains most of the information needed for the new course about alkenes and their reactions for a good way to end a lesson on alkenes or for part of a revision lesson. enjoy
LawrenceL
Venn diagram to compare alkanes and alkenes

Venn diagram to compare alkanes and alkenes

worksheet comparing alkanes and alkenes bonding and includes all important key terms. differentiated, with a super-simple version for less able students. Answers included. good for: extension activity, starter, plenary or homework timing: 5 - 10 minutes
LawrenceL
NEW OCR B (Salters) - What's in a Medicine? (WM)

NEW OCR B (Salters) - What's in a Medicine? (WM)

This series of powerpoints is matched to the NEW A level specification and is designed to summarise the key points for the NEW OCR B (Salters) - What’s in a Medicine? (WM). Topics include- Practical and Analytical Techniques Alcohols, Phenols and Functional Groups 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 Trilogy Combined Science Chemistry - Key Facts Recall Revision

AQA Trilogy Combined Science Chemistry - Key Facts Recall Revision

Key facts that students need to remember for AQA Combined Science Trilogy Chemistry Specification. The first slide shows the questions and the answers. I plan to give them to students as homework to learn. Then in the following 5-10 lessons they will get the same questions over and over again to help (or even force) them to try and remember them. The following slides are therefore just the same questions mixed up. I plan to just project them on the screen to save printing. I think this is the same as knowledge organisers. I just couldn’t find any that didn’t seem to have too much on for my students as I don’t want it to put them off. There is a tracker if you want to use it. The cells will change colour depending on if a student has improved, stayed the same ot got worse. Physics ones are also available to download
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GCSE Chemistry Worksheet Pack: Balancing Equations & Calculating Relative Molecular Mass

GCSE Chemistry Worksheet Pack: Balancing Equations & Calculating Relative Molecular Mass

This worksheet bundle will help develop pupils’ chemical equation balancing and calculating relative molecular mass skills in GCSE Chemistry and is suitable for all exam boards. There are 9 problems to solve on each worksheet, which get progressively harder. Answers are provided additionally for the teacher, or for peer assessment. This worksheets would make a great assessment task, either as a starter activity, plenary, homework activity or could be used as a revision sheet.
beckystoke
GCSE Chemistry Worksheet: Balancing Chemical Equations

GCSE Chemistry Worksheet: Balancing Chemical Equations

This worksheet will help develop pupils’ chemical equation balancing skills in GCSE Chemistry and is suitable for all exam boards. There are 9 equations to balance, which get progressively harder. Answers are provided additionally for the teacher, or for peer assessment. This would make a great assessment sheet, either as a starter activity, plenary, homework activity or as a revision sheet.
beckystoke
GCSE Chemistry Worksheet: Calculating Relative Formula Mass

GCSE Chemistry Worksheet: Calculating Relative Formula Mass

This worksheet will help develop pupils’ mathematical skills in GCSE Chemistry, suitable for all exam boards. There are 9 problems to solve, which get progressively harder and show differentiation in the task. Answers are provided additionally for the teacher or for peer assessment, with all working clearly shown. This would make a great assessment sheet, either as a starter activity, plenary, homework activity or revision sheet.
beckystoke