AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 5.5 Energy Changes Quiz

AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 5.5 Energy Changes Quiz

Want to quickly and easily review a chapter of the AQA Combined Science Trilogy specification? Want to be able to lead pupils to a targeted revision list to enable them to close their gaps? This revision resource consists of a range of questions across the specific specification points. There are a minimum of two questions per spec code. The specification document has been closely used to guarantee the correct use of terminology and phrasing. This leads to pupils then self-marking after each sub topic. This will consist of them marking and noting the identified spec code in a WWW or EBI list. Once the quiz is completed they will then follow the instructions to create their own personalised review of the full quiz and self-generate their personalised revision list by specification name using the supplied list. This activity is 1-2 lessons depending on the depth of revision time you allow the pupils though these tasks can be class or homework. Lesson plan included.
WHAM_Education
Edexcel CC1&2 Chemistry Knowledge Assessments

Edexcel CC1&2 Chemistry Knowledge Assessments

A quick assessment covering content taught in CC1 and 2 States of Matter and Methods of Seperating and Purifying Substances. Can be used as a pre-content tool for baselining, a revision resource or mini-assessment.
SAlex2991
Writing Formulas and Compound Names Bundle

Writing Formulas and Compound Names Bundle

**Writing Formulas and Compound Names Bundle ** This bundle contains 5 great worksheets for developing skills in high school physical science or chemistry 1. This bundle includes the following 5 worksheets with answer keys. You can see more about each one using the links found below.
integrationscience
Christmas Science

Christmas Science

A selection of Christmas themed Science lessons, including designing and testing hand warmers for Santa and turning pennies into gold. Most of these resources are my own, some ideas and resources have been borrowed from others. However, I have pooled resources to make a bank of Christmas themed science lessons, so science can be taught right up until the end of term.
jkitchiner
Measurement Uncertainty  (maths, mean, averages)

Measurement Uncertainty (maths, mean, averages)

This lesson was designed based on current specifications from AQA GCSE chemistry. It is very effective to ask pupils to count the stairs on one side of the school before the lesson, and collect their varied results.
sgmsutto
Concentration and Moles

Concentration and Moles

Here are two versions of powerpoints for lessons on Concentration. The examples will introduce pupils to calculating concentrations in both grams per Litre and Moles per Litre (litre same as 1000cm3, 1000ml, or 1dm3, exam spec prefers 1dm3, good practise for A Level KS5)
sgmsutto
Balancing Equations, Conservation of Mass Practical

Balancing Equations, Conservation of Mass Practical

This is a double lesson resource. Lesson 1 : practise balancing equations. Slides have been proven to help key stage 4 pupils with this skill. Lesson 2: introduction to conservation of mass and loss of gas mass product. Practical with decomposition of Copper Carbonate.
sgmsutto
Detecting gases

Detecting gases

An engaging lesson presentation (37 slides) which gets students to test their practical skills by carrying out the four identification tests for oxygen, hydrogen, carbon dioxide and chlorine. The lesson begins by using a competition called “Guess the gas” where students have to used clues to identify the four colourless gases which will be used in the lesson. Moving forwards, students will meet the pieces of equipment that will be used in these tests. Practical instructions for each of the tests are included in the lesson so that students can produce the gas and then carry out the test. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding. This lesson is suitable for both KS3 and GCSE students
GJHeducation
Science Quiz Template (Sample Questions, Auto Timed, Easy to Change)

Science Quiz Template (Sample Questions, Auto Timed, Easy to Change)

This is a resource that I created for my KS3 classes to revise topics and lead fun quizzes. The quiz is easily changed to suit the requirement for the lesson and I find that the format works well. Student’s play ‘rounds’ and each question is automatically displayed for a set period of time before the next question, I have found this holds the pace of the quiz well and engages students. The timings for each question can be easily changed or removed in the ‘transitions tab’. This resource comes with a sample of questions set already and the accompanying ‘team worksheet’.
spud_in_mud
AQA Combined Science - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword Higher (with answers)

AQA Combined Science - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword Higher (with answers)

A useful revision activity/worksheet covering all quantitative chemistry for chemistry in combined science. This is for higher tier only. Questions are asked on the following: Relative formula mass Relative atomic mass Moles from masses Masses from moles Concentration (g/dm3) Balanced equations Masses from balanced equations Ideal for middle/high ability students who have studied this topic. Some questions are a little more challenging and there are a few synoptic styled questions. Students should be able to identify any errors if down and across answers do not match. I have provided answers, I hope they are all correct, please let me know if not! I have also made one of these for chemistry only (higher) and combined science (foundation).
mba10rd
AQA Combined Science - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword Foundation (with answers)

AQA Combined Science - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword Foundation (with answers)

A useful revision activity/worksheet covering all quantitative chemistry for chemistry in combined science. This is for foundation tier only. Questions are asked on the following: Relative formula mass Relative atomic mass Concentration (g/dm3) Ideal for low middle/low ability students who have studied this topic. Some questions are a little more challenging and there are a few synoptic styled questions. Students should be able to identify any errors if down and across answers do not match. I have provided answers, I hope they are all correct, please let me know if not! I have also made one of these for chemistry only (higher) and combined science (higher).
mba10rd
AQA GCSE Chemistry - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword (with answers)

AQA GCSE Chemistry - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword (with answers)

A useful revision activity/worksheet covering all quantitative chemistry. Questions are asked on the following: Balanced equations Atom economy Percentage yield Gas Volumes Concentration/volumes of solutions Relative formula mass Relative atomic mass Maximum mass Moles from mass Mass from moles Summaries lots of content in a more fun way, without the repetitive nature that often bores them. Students should be able to identify their own mistakes if down and across answers do not match. This is only suitable for chemistry GCSE, not combined. It is ideal for mid-high ability students. I have provided answers, I hope they are all correct, please let me know if not!
mba10rd
Edexcel chemistry Core practical 5 (The oxidation of alcohol)

Edexcel chemistry Core practical 5 (The oxidation of alcohol)

Chemistry at A level, an experiment to cover Core practical 5 (The oxidation of alcohol) with answers 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. This version is not identical to the one referred to in the standard text book.
djycm123
Development of the periodic table

Development of the periodic table

4.1.2.2 GCSE Chemistry/5.1.1.2 Combined Science Development of the Periodic Table Independent research task where students find out how the modern day periodic table was developed using a timeline . Students will need a textbook or other supporting resource. Extension activity that requires the students to consider the discovery elements discovered in the last 20 years.
theshoogliepeg
Fortnite Revision Lesson

Fortnite Revision Lesson

Teacher Notes: This is designed to be a revision/end of year lesson. The aim of the game is to collect as much loot as possible and at the end of the game sell it for as many Vbucks (Fortnite currency) as possible. All you are required to do is add questions on slide 5, 6, 7, 8 and the supply drop questions. You can prepare as many ’knock’ questions as you wish.
hannah_durham
AQA GCSE Chemistry (8462) Notes - Topic One: The Atom, seperating substances, ETC....

AQA GCSE Chemistry (8462) Notes - Topic One: The Atom, seperating substances, ETC....

All topics here cover the entire first unit of GCSE Chemistry (8462) for AQA. The writing style is clear and the presentation is crisp, allowing ease of teaching and/or revision as this as a companion resource. Certainly, it is applicable to any board, but I specifically tailored these resources to the AQA specification points. Required practicals and areas of interest/ of particular importance are made clear for any student, enabling the development to the higher level of work. Mathematical applications are present where appropriate and a required practical method is given in full detail, ready for the exam.
wordmonster
New 2018 GCSE Chemistry calculations summary poster

New 2018 GCSE Chemistry calculations summary poster

I made this resource to be printed and stuck into the front of every pupil’s exercise book, but will also enlarge to A3 to display on the wall. Covers all of the following GCSE Chemistry calculations : Surface area : volume ratio molar calculations (from mass and concentration) Reacting masses Rf values No neutrons Calculating RAM Calculating Mr % Yield % atom economy Converting concentrations from g/dm3 to mol/dm3 Rate of reaction including using graphs Change in energy of reaction using bond energies
gibboali