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Hydrocarbons

Hydrocarbons

This lesson was originally designed for the AQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry Specification but is easily transferable to other specifications including KS3 as a challenge lesson and KS5 as a recap lesson. It is a full lesson including starter, instructions for practical activities, consolidation activities, well laid out presentation to guide through the lesson and differentiated exam questions to assess understanding.

By joeshilly93

GCSE Chemistry Types of Substances: CC7 SC7 Edexcel 9-1 Topic 7

GCSE Chemistry Types of Substances: CC7 SC7 Edexcel 9-1 Topic 7

This bundle is sufficient to meet all specification points needed to teach Topic 7 "Types of Substances" from the Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Combined Science and Chemistry courses. The bundle includes four full lesson PowerPoints and associated resources plus my overview and equipment lists for Year 10 Combined & Triple Chemistry lessons.

By tjtavender

GCSE Chemistry Allotropes of Carbon Lesson Powerpoint (Edexcel 9-1 SC7b CC7b)

GCSE Chemistry Allotropes of Carbon Lesson Powerpoint (Edexcel 9-1 SC7b CC7b)

Full Lesson PowerPoint (including suggested practical activity) sufficient to teach the GCSE 9-1 specification Chemistry lesson on Allotropes of Carbon (including diamond, graphite, graphene and fullerenes). The resource is accessible for students, easy for teachers to follow and is appropriate for Combined and Triple Science classes, Foundation and Higher tiers.

By tjtavender

A-level AQA Chemistry Organic Mechanisms Card Sort

A-level AQA Chemistry Organic Mechanisms Card Sort

An adaptable card sort game to help candidates learn and understand all the mechanisms required for AQA A-level Chemistry. This resource can be used as a stand-alone tool to help candidates learn only those mechanisms required for the A-level only part of the spec or could be combined with my AS version to create a really challenging revision tool. There are 5 categories of card which allow the resource to be used in a number of ways. The first category shows the displayed formula of the starting material with the reagent, the second is the mechanism name, the third and crucial for understanding is the displayed formula of the intermediate. the fourth the displayed formula of the product and the fifth, the name of the product. The simplest forms include simple nomenclature or matching the mechanism name with the reaction. More challenging is to add in the reactive intermediates or alternatively remove the displayed formulae of the product to make matching the name of the product more difficult. Please see my shop for other tried-and-tested quality resources including the AS version.

By Chemistry_Resources

AS AQA Chemistry Organic Mechanisms Card Sort

AS AQA Chemistry Organic Mechanisms Card Sort

An adaptable card sort game to help candidates learn and understand all the mechanisms required for AQA AS Chemistry. Written for the current spec (first teaching 2015) and including the new ones - dehydration of an alcohol and alkenes with steam. There are 5 categories of card which allow the resource to be used in a number of ways. The first category shows the displayed formula of the starting material with the reagent, the second is the mechanism name, the third and crucial for understanding is the displayed formula of the intermediate. the fourth the displayed formula of the product and the fifth, the name of the product. The simplest forms include simple nomenclature or matching the mechanism name with the reaction. More challenging is to add in the reactive intermediates or alternatively remove the displayed formulae of the product to make matching the name of the product more difficult. Please see my shop for other tried-and-tested quality resources including an A-level only version which can be combined with this AS game to help learn the mechanisms for the whole spec.

By Chemistry_Resources