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
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How does electricity flow through small objects: KS3 - What is nano?

How does electricity flow through small objects: KS3 - What is nano?

Scientists at the University of Oxford are trying to understand how electricity behaves when it travels inside tiny, molecular sized components. Students explore some of the reasons why scientists use SI units and become more familiar with the SI units for very small objects, particularly nanometres. Learning outcomes: Students will be able to give reasons why it is useful for scientists to use standard SI/Metric units. Students will recognise that different units are appropriate for different sized objects. Students will be able to perform simple conversions between nm and metres. See more at: www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/how-does-electricity-flow-through-small-objects
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AQA Chemistry GCSE 9-1 Revision Mat: CHEMICAL ANALYSIS

AQA Chemistry GCSE 9-1 Revision Mat: CHEMICAL ANALYSIS

Covers AQA 9-1 Chemistry/Science Trilogy specification for Topic 8: Chemical Analysis. 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.
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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.
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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
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What can chemists learn from nature: KS5 - Biology to Technology

What can chemists learn from nature: KS5 - Biology to Technology

In this biochemistry-based activity students consider why many industrial chemical reactions are being catalysed by enzymes. They find out about an important coenzyme, NADH and act in role as industrial chemists by evaluating the different ways of recycling it. The activity gives them an insight into research being carried out at the University of Oxford which brings together concepts from biology and chemistry. Learning outcomes: Students learn why NADH is an important coenzyme. Students consider why using enzymes to catalyse reactions are becoming increasingly important in industry. Students evaluate methods into recycling NADH. See more at: http://www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/what-can-chemists-learn-nature
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What can chemists learn from nature: KS4 - Green Vanilla

What can chemists learn from nature: KS4 - Green Vanilla

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. Scientists at the University of Oxford are researching into how to use enzymes to make these processes as efficient and sustainable as possible. In this activity students find out about the chemical that gives vanilla its popular flavour - vanillin. They evaluate three different ways of producing vanillin artificially and learn about how to evaluate how ‘green’ chemical processes are using the principles of green chemistry. Learning outcomes: Students learn that many chemicals that originate from natural sources can be produced artificially. Students evaluate industrial processes using the principles of green chemistry. See more at: http://www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/what-can-chemists-learn-nature
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What can chemists learn from nature: KS3 - Flavour Saver

What can chemists learn from nature: KS3 - Flavour Saver

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. Scientists at the University of Oxford are researching into how to use enzymes to make these processes as efficient and sustainable as possible. In this activity students find out about the chemical that gives vanilla its popular flavour - vanillin. They evaluate three different ways of producing vanillin artificially and learn about how to use Earth’s resources sustainably. Learning Outcomes Students learn that many chemicals that originate from natural sources can be produced artificially. Students are introduced to the conditions used in industrial processes. Students evaluate industrial processes in terms of sustainability, safety and damage to the environment. See more at: https://www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/what-can-chemists-learn-nature
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Combined Science - Paper 1 - Chemistry - Recall Questions

Combined Science - Paper 1 - Chemistry - Recall Questions

Intended Use: One question to be displayed on a screen within a lesson. The selected question should be unrelated to the lesson content. Pupils to record their answers on a mini-whiteboard. Share answers with the pupils. Spend no longer than 10 minutes per recall question; this includes feedback and clarifying misconceptions. Covers C 1, 2, 4 and 5.
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AQA Chemistry GCSE 9-1 Revision Mat: RATE OF REACTION

AQA Chemistry GCSE 9-1 Revision Mat: RATE OF REACTION

Covers AQA 9-1 Chemistry/Science Trilogy specification for Topic 6: The Rate and Extent of Chemical Change. 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.
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AQA Chemistry GCSE 9-1 Revision Mat: ENERGY CHANGES

AQA Chemistry GCSE 9-1 Revision Mat: ENERGY CHANGES

Covers AQA 9-1 Chemistry/Science Trilogy specification for Topic 5: Energy Changes. 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.
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Lesson 3 - State Symbols and Balancing Equations

Lesson 3 - State Symbols and Balancing Equations

AQA Combined Chemistry (8464) and AQA Triple Chemistry (8462) State Symbols and Balancing Equations powerpoint and worksheets (all solutions on powerpoint) Graded (1-9) objectives included Combined Spec ref: 5.3.1.1 and 5.3.1.2 Quantitative Chemistry Triple Spec ref: 4.3.1.1 and 4.3.1.2 Quantitative Chemistry
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New GCSE chemistry elements mixtures and compounds carousel circus

New GCSE chemistry elements mixtures and compounds carousel circus

suitable for all boards and planned for a GCSE lesson, but could also be used for KS3. provides a comparison and summary of elements, mixtures and compounds and requires students to sort substances into the correct category. Objective:pair/ group work to complete a table comparing elements, mixtures and compounds differentiation: differentiated on 3 levels, all 3 are easily accessible, more able students could sort the information using their own method timng: about 30 - 40 minutes, depending on student ability could be used for: designed for the main part of a lesson as a carousel activity, could be used as cover or homework Please note: the worksheet can be purchased separately as ‘elements, mixtures and compounds compared for GCSE’
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Collecting and Analysing Data lesson

Collecting and Analysing Data lesson

Simple introduction to data collection and pattern identification. Matches the AQA KS3 skills. Contains nice loop glider practical Resources required are: Sticky tape Scissors Index cards or card cut to required size Straws
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elements, mixtures and compounds compared for GCSE or KS3

elements, mixtures and compounds compared for GCSE or KS3

suitable for all boards and planned for a GCSE lesson, but could also be used for KS3. provides a comparison and summary of elements, mixtures and compounds and requires students to sort substances into the correct category. Objective: review of concepts that students often get confused differentiation: differentiated on 3 levels, all 3 are easily accessible timng: about 10 - 15 minutes, depending on student ability could be used for: starter, plenary, homework, part of a group circus activity for a whole lesson task, research activity for absent students or cover This resource is included in the elements, mixtures and compounds carousel/circus resource that is for sale
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AQA TRILOGY TRACKER SPREADSHEET

AQA TRILOGY TRACKER SPREADSHEET

A spreadsheet I have been working on to track scores and show progress after end of topic tests and mock exams. I have also included a required practical tracking sheet. In the main spreadsheet, raw end of topic test scores are entered to generate a gcse grade. The look up tables that calculate these grades are editable and in a separate tab on the spreadsheet, they happen to be set up to fit our in house tests that are all standardised out of 25 marks, but can be altered with ease by editing the raw score values. There is also space to record mock scores for biol chem and physics too. These have thier own look up table to add scores into once we know more on boundaries this summer, (the current figures used are purely to test the spreadhseet works). The main spreadhseet on the second tab can be copied and pasted into numerous extra tabs, depending on the number of your classes. Conditional formatting has been used so that once a classes target grades are added to the sheet, progress in relation to target can be colour coded. I haven’t used this live with classes yet, and intend to make a Y11 version and a purely triple version.
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AQA GCSE Chemistry Chemical Reactions and Energy Changes (C5-C7) End of Topic Tests

AQA GCSE Chemistry Chemical Reactions and Energy Changes (C5-C7) 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 2: Chemical reactions and energy changes. **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 C5-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 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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NEW Edexcel Topic 11 Equilibrium II Revision

NEW Edexcel Topic 11 Equilibrium II Revision

This powerpoint is matched to the NEW A level specification and is designed to summarise the key points for the NEW Edexcel Topic 11 Equilibrium II topic. 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.
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AQA GCSE Chemistry C2 Test and Answers

AQA GCSE Chemistry C2 Test and Answers

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 C2. **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: The Periodic Table, metals and non-metal, the group 7 elements and explaining trends. 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 included in this bundle 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 C1 Test and Answers

AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 Test and Answers

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 C1. **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: Elements, compounds, conservation of mass, physical methods of separation, models of the atom, ions and isotopes. ** 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 included in this bundle 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 C7 End of Topic Test

AQA GCSE Chemistry C7 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 C7. **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: Endothermic and exothermic reactions, energy profiles and hydrogen fuel cells. ** 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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AQA GCSE Chemistry C6 End of Topic Test

AQA GCSE Chemistry C6 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 C6. **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:Electrolysis, extracting aluminium and brine. ** 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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AQA GCSE Chemistry C5 End of Topic Test

AQA GCSE Chemistry C5 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 C6. **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: Half-equations, extracting metals, the reactivity series, making salts and strong and weak acids. ** 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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AQA GCSE Chemistry C4 End of Topic Test

AQA GCSE Chemistry C4 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 C4. **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: Quantitive chemistry, yield of a reaction, atom economy and titrations. ** 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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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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AQA GCSE Chemistry C2 End of Topic Test

AQA GCSE Chemistry C2 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 C2. **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: The Periodic Table, metals and non-metals, group 7 elements and explaining trends. ** 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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AQA GCSE Chemistry C2 End of Topic Test Model Answers

AQA GCSE Chemistry C2 End of Topic Test Model Answers

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) this is the model answers for the AQA C2 End of Topic Test also published on my shop. Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. Topics on this exam include: The Periodic Table, metals and non-metal, the group 7 elements and explaining trends. This resource is ideal for understanding how to achieve full marks on the exam. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Any Enquires: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
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AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 End of Topic Test Model Answers

AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 End of Topic Test Model Answers

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) this is the model answers for the AQA C1 End of Topic Test also published on my shop. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **Topics on this exam include: Elements, compounds, conservation of mass, physical methods of separation, models of the atom, ions and isotopes. *** This resource is ideal for understanding how to achieve full marks on the exam. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Any Enquires: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
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AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 End of Topic Test

AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 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 C1. **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: Elements, compounds, conservation of mass, physical methods of separation, models of the atom, ions and isotopes. ** 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 OCR A Yr2 5.2.3 Redox and Electrode Potentials Revision

NEW OCR A Yr2 5.2.3 Redox and Electrode Potentials Revision

This powerpoint is matched to the NEW A level specification and is designed to summarise the key points for the NEW OCR A Spec point 5.2.3 redox and electrode potential topic as part of Module 5. 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.
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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
Acids and alkalis

Acids and alkalis

A differentiated resource to help less confident students to learn about and review the basic properties of acids and alkalis.
johnplatts
Making compounds

Making compounds

This worksheet guides students through the relevant observations in an experiment involving the heating of metals over a Bunsen burner. As stressed on the worksheet, this goes hand in hand with, and not as a replacement for, clear teacher guidance and supervision, as the risk assessment, particularly for the burning of magnesium, is significant issue . The concept that compounds are very different from the elements they are made from is the key focus (eg. a shiny, silvery metal reacts with an invisible gas to become a white powdery substance). The aim is for the students to have controlled, safe, fun finding this out.
johnplatts
Fire Safety Lesson

Fire Safety Lesson

Lesson on fire safety, including the fire triangle, aimed at KS3. Printable resources are at the end of the powerpoint.
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