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Entire Course: AQA Combined Science - Trilogy - Chemistry

Entire Course: AQA Combined Science - Trilogy - Chemistry

An outstanding, time-saving opportunity. This bundle contains all the ingredients to run the AQA Combined Science – Trilogy (Chemistry) Contents: • 65 X 1 Hour Lessons (Lessons include: Differentiated content, worksheets, practicals, exam questions, progress checks). • A number of Mastery Booklets that can act as revision/lesson aid. • Knowledge Organisers covering every topic mentioned below. Lessons included have been graded outstanding my Lead Practitioners. Files comes zipped due to large amount of data. For more information in the various topics, you can find and purchase them separately from my shop. For more information, email tfoddy@live.com. Thanks for looking and leave a review! Lessons Include: C1 Atomic Structure C2 The Periodic Table C3 Structure and Bonding C4 Chemical Calculations C5 Chemical Changes C6 Electrolysis C7 Energy Changes C8 Rates and Equilibrium C9 Crude Oil and Fuels C12 Chemical Analysis C13 The Earth’s Atmosphere C14 The Earth’s Resources
TOddy2016
AQA Combined Science - Trilogy: C14 The Earth's Resource

AQA Combined Science - Trilogy: C14 The Earth's Resource

A complete set of 3 (1 hour) lessons linked to the C12 The Earth's Resources AQA Chemistry specification. All lessons contain tasks, exam-style questions and all knowledge required. Lessons included in bundle: C14.1 Finite and Infinite Resources C14.2 Water Safe to Drink C14.3 Treating Waste Water All lessons have been rated outstanding by lead practitioners. A great, time-saving bundle. Thank you for looking, please leave a review.
TOddy2016
C14.3 Treating Waste Water

C14.3 Treating Waste Water

A higher lesson on treating waste water, pitched at GCSE level. Content is based upon the AQA GCSE Chemistry syllabus. Lesson is fully differentiated and contains the following: Lesson objectives, notes, tasks and exam questions. **Includes Mastery Booklet*
TOddy2016
C14.2 Water Safe to Drink

C14.2 Water Safe to Drink

A higher lesson on purifying water, pitched at GCSE level. Content is based upon the AQA GCSE Chemistry syllabus. Lesson is fully differentiated and contains the following: Lesson objectives, notes, tasks and exam questions. **Includes Mastery Booklet*
TOddy2016
AQA Combined Science - Triology: C12 Chemical Analysis

AQA Combined Science - Triology: C12 Chemical Analysis

A complete set of 3 (1 hour) lessons linked to the C12 Chemical Analysis AQA Chemistry specification. All lessons contain tasks, exam-style questions and all knowledge required. Lessons included in bundle: C12.1 Pure Substances and Mixtures C12.2 Analysis Chromatograms C12.3 Testing for Gases All lessons have been rated outstanding by lead practitioners. A great, time-saving bundle. Thank you for looking, please leave a review.
TOddy2016
C12.2 Analysing Chromatograms

C12.2 Analysing Chromatograms

A higher lesson on analysing chromatograms, pitched at GCSE level. Content is based upon the AQA GCSE Chemistry syllabus. Lesson is fully differentiated and contains the following: Lesson objectives, notes, tasks and exam questions. **Includes Mastery Booklet*
TOddy2016
Edexcel 9-1 Sc15a TOPIC 5 Dynamic Equilibria: Haber process + Fertilisers  SEPARATE TRIPLE PAPER 1

Edexcel 9-1 Sc15a TOPIC 5 Dynamic Equilibria: Haber process + Fertilisers SEPARATE TRIPLE PAPER 1

Edexcel 9-1 TOPIC 5 Sc15 Dynamic Equilibria: Haber process + Fertilisers OPPORTUNITY TO COMPLETE ANOTHER TITRATION BUT NOT ENOUGH TIME IN OUR SCHOOL SEPARATE or TRIPLE PAPER 1 TOPIC 5 SEPARATE SCIENCE PAPER 1 - NEW for SEPTEMBER 2017 Learning objectives: STARTER Mini test covering all the basics from combined (reversible reactions, Haber conditions, dynamic equilibrium, definitions) Objectives: To recall 3 essential elements for plant growth To be understand how to name several fertilisers made from different acid and alkali compounds To describe and compare the laboratory preparation and the industrial production of ammonium sulfate All extension questions available on each slide Answers all underneath each slide Support also available where necessary AfL sections and mini quizzes Reducing the need for photocopying No exam questions due to copy write Main topics include: (H) - Titration practical + set up if required - Comparing industrial and lab processes of making fertilsers what are fertilisers - writing salt equations with ammonia - 10 question check up (my students have been struggling with polyatomic ions and formulas) - mini quiz at the end - exam question but not included -support sheet to help with calculations Enjoy !!!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS 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)
rainy_violet
KS4 Chemical Analysis Metal Ion Tests AQA Lesson 1

KS4 Chemical Analysis Metal Ion Tests AQA Lesson 1

KS4 GCSE Chemistry AQA Chemical Analysis Unit 8. This is first lesson introducing concept of chemical tests to analyse substances. Practical involves PPT production of metals featured in AQA Chemistry syllabus (approx 30 mins to carry out). Students can then use model results to analyse 4 unknown samples and use differentiated Q's to demonstrate understanding.
mitchelld7
AQA TRILOGY Year 10 Chemistry revision checklists and tips on how to revise.

AQA TRILOGY Year 10 Chemistry revision checklists and tips on how to revise.

This resource has been produced to help introduce Y10 students to some revision and organisation strategies, in preparation for a mock Chemistry exam. There is a link to the AQA Trilogy specification and revision tips. Information is given on how to use the "free science lessons" channel on YouTube. Checklists for the first 5 Chemistry topics are included with space for RAG rating and next steps notes. Check lists also have links to the appropriate "Free Science Lessons" videos on YouTube.
b-duck
Moles of chalk lab

Moles of chalk lab

Students will use their knowledge of molar mass and Avogadro's constant to calculate how many molecules of chalk they used to draw a self-portrait. Students will start by weighing their piece of chalk, they will then get outside the classroom and use chalk on a surface to draw a self-portrait. Upon returning, students will weigh their piece of chalk again and will then calculate how many molecules of chalk they left on the surface outside. This is a great activity to break up a dry stoichiometry unit. Item contains: 1x instructions sheet, 1x formula sheet, and 1x equipment list.
Teach1989