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Edexcel 9-1 CC8 Acid + Alkali 10 Question check up tests/ starters/ revision PAPER 1 + ANSWERS

Edexcel 9-1 CC8 Acid + Alkali 10 Question check up tests/ starters/ revision PAPER 1 + ANSWERS

Edexcel CC8 Acid and Alkalis for the new 9-1 GCSE TOPIC 3 Chemical changes PAPER 1- NEW for SEPTEMBER 2017 10 mark question check up tests that can be used as starters in lessons, revision at home or in school. 40 QUESTIONS IN TOTAL - mainly 1 mark questions - in 4 separate tests. The answer sheet is also available to print onto A5 for students to write their answers in and a feedback section for both the student and teacher. ALL ANSWERS AVAILABLE ON THE SAME SLIDE AND THEY ALL COME IN 1 AT A TIME TO ENSURE STUDENTS DO NOT FEEL OVERWHELMED I complete these starter tests with Year 11 students who should now be revising for their May examinations. I set the revision pages in their revision guides as homework and this is their test to prove their homework has been completed. Further to this, I also use them with current year 10' s or even during the end of year pub quiz. USED FOR REVISION OF Acids and Alkali topics Main topics include: - Acid - Alkali -Soluble salts - Insoluble salts - Balancing equations - Naming salts - ionic equations - Weak and strong acids - concentrated and dilute acids - titration - filtration - Evaporations - precipitation reactions - CORE PRACTICALS All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used) Enjoy !!!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS
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MaChemGuy Video Index for A level Chemistry

MaChemGuy Video Index for A level Chemistry

Takes you to a Google Doc which has contains the links to all of my YouTube videos (450 and counting). I teach the OCR A specification so the videos are geared to that course. I’ve had countless messages from students and teachers who follow other specs who have told me how helpful the videos have been. One teacher contacted me recently to tell me that they teach AQA, used the videos and scored ALPS 2. I’m in the process of creating some GCSE videos and so will add these to the index once done. As it’s a Google Dox, the link will always take you to the latest version. I also use Twitter and Instagram to post top tips based on what I see/mark in my day to day work. Hope you find it useful. James
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Allotropes of Carbon

Allotropes of Carbon

This resource allows the students to be introduced to the concepts of allotropes. It guides them through researching 4 different allotropes (diamond, nano-tubes, fullerene and graphite) to compare structure and properties. Each is followed by a guided explanation of each allotrope. For alternative method their is a guided worksheet provided that works excellently with lower ability students. The next material introduced is silicon dioxide and this is explained and compared to diamond to enable the students to develop their ability to compare and explain. Finishes with a past paper question and model answer. QR codes are provided leading to BBC bitesize.
Jubblord
AQA 9-1 GCSE Science/Chemistry - Rate & Extent of reactions (PPT + worksheets)

AQA 9-1 GCSE Science/Chemistry - Rate & Extent of reactions (PPT + worksheets)

This bundle contains a PPT presentation covering the GCSE Chemistry topic of Rates and Extent of chemical changes (topic 6): Included are 9 lessons (including 2 required practicals) with slides containing the most important bits of theory as well as plenty of diagrams and practice questions. The lessons cover: - Measuring rate of reaction - Collision theory - Effect of temperature - Effect of concentration/pressure - Effect of surface area - Effect of catalyst - Rates recap - Reversible reactions - Equilbria Several sheets of questions are included as well to use in class or for homework. 2 Revision fill-in sheets (one for rates alone and one for the entire topic is also included)
jeroenvanos
Testing for negative ions - AQA 2016

Testing for negative ions - AQA 2016

This is a power point with embedded videos from you tube. It takes separate scientists through the required practical for identifying the negative ions. (halides, carbonates and sulfates). Pupils then carry out the required practical.
JenBrewin
AQA 9-1 GCSE Chemistry Topic 10 Using resources -Potable water, waste water and distillation RPA

AQA 9-1 GCSE Chemistry Topic 10 Using resources -Potable water, waste water and distillation RPA

A lesson/series of lessons covering the following learning outcomes: - The difference between pure and potable water - How freshwater, seawater and waste water are treated - Distillation required practical (including how to test for the presence of salt in seawater before and after distillation) The resource features a worksheet summarising different water treatment methods for pupils to complete, a true/ false review, exam questions with animated answers and an RPA task sheet with success criteria and application questions.
runningmad123
Biology and Chemistry Data Analysis Assessment - Ammonium Sulfate

Biology and Chemistry Data Analysis Assessment - Ammonium Sulfate

Ideal for IGCSE or GCSE Science. Focus on Making Salts (purification techniques) and Fertilisers. Resource gives an adapted method with student results and observations. Exemplar answers are provided on a spreadsheet. Task instructions include making a table, graph and drawing conclusions and evaluating the experiment. (task instructions suggest electronic table and graphs, but hand drawn could be acceptable) Checklists are provided to students to ensure they have covered all aspects of each task. A marking rubric is included (grades marked as 1-7 but could be adjusted to match any course).
clairephilly
A-level Chemistry Practicals - BOOK 2 - PUPIL  MARK SCHEME, EXAMINER HINTS, TIPS and EXTRA QUESTIONS

A-level Chemistry Practicals - BOOK 2 - PUPIL MARK SCHEME, EXAMINER HINTS, TIPS and EXTRA QUESTIONS

Written to support and enrich my very popular A-level CHEMISTRY REQUIRED PRACTICALS - BOOK 1 - PUPIL WORKBOOK. Hints and tips on maximising marks in practical questions from an experienced examiner PLUS pupil-friendly mark scheme with exemplar graphs and calculations with full working so candidates can self-mark if necessary PLUS extra questions to stimulate thought and analysis and evaluation of practical procedures. Please see my shop for other tried-and-tested resources.
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