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AQA GCSE Combined Science Unit C5.1.1: A simple model of the atom, symbols, relative atomic mass, electronic charge and isotopes

AQA GCSE Combined Science Unit C5.1.1: A simple model of the atom, symbols, relative atomic mass, electronic charge and isotopes

This bundle of 13 lesson presentations and associated worksheets covers all of the topics found within Unit C5.1.1 (A simple model of the atom, symbols, relative atomic mass, electronic charge and isotopes) of the new AQA GCSE Combined Science specification. The lessons cover the following: Atoms, elements and compounds Mixtures The development of the model of the atom Relative electrical charges of particles Size and mass of atoms Relative atomic mass Electronic structure All of the lessons are detailed, fun and engaging and contain progress checks throughout so that students have the chance to assess their understanding. It is estimated that these lessons should cover about 3-4 weeks worth of lessons

By GHScience

AQA GCSE Chemistry Unit C4.1.1: A simple model of the atom, symbols, relative atomic mass, electronic charge and isotopes

AQA GCSE Chemistry Unit C4.1.1: A simple model of the atom, symbols, relative atomic mass, electronic charge and isotopes

This bundle of 13 lesson presentations and associated worksheets covers all of the topics found within Unit C4.1.1 (A simple model of the atom, symbols, relative atomic mass, electronic charge and isotopes) of the new AQA GCSE Chemistry specification. The lessons cover the following: Atoms, elements and compounds Mixtures The development of the model of the atom Relative electrical charges of particles Size and mass of atoms Relative atomic mass Electronic structure All of the lessons are detailed, fun and engaging and contain progress checks throughout so that students have the chance to assess their understanding. It is estimated that these lessons should cover about 4 weeks worth of lessons

By GHScience

AQA GCSE Combined Science Unit C5.1: Atomic structure and the periodic table

AQA GCSE Combined Science Unit C5.1: Atomic structure and the periodic table

This bundle of 18 lesson presentations and associated worksheets covers all of the topics found within Unit 5.1 (Atomic structure and the Periodic Table) of the new AQA GCSE Combined Science specification. The lessons cover the following: 5.1.1-A simple model of the atom, symbols, relative atomic mass, electronic charge and isotopes Atoms, elements and compounds Mixtures The development of the model of the atom Relative electrical charges of particles Size and mass of atoms Relative atomic mass Electronic structure 5.1.2-The periodic table The Periodic Table Metals and non metals Group 0 Group 1 Group 7 All of the lessons are detailed, fun and engaging and contain progress checks throughout so that students have the chance to assess their understanding. It is estimated that these lessons should cover about 5-6 weeks worth of lessons

By GHScience

Extracting metals

Extracting metals

This bundle of 4 lesson presentations covers the commonly assessed topic of Extracting metals and includes a revision lesson so that students can assess their understanding of that topic.

By GHScience

Forming  the early atmosphere

Forming the early atmosphere

An engaging lesson presentation (32 slides) and accompanying worksheet that shows students how the early atmosphere of the Earth was formed and how that has changed to todays mixture. The lesson begins by a mathematical competition to get the students to recognise the percentages of the different gases in the current atmosphere. They are also challenged to draw a pie chart to show these figures. Assistance is given to show them how to work out the size of each segment before they use this knowledge to complete the chart. Moving forwards, students work together with the teacher to explain how volcanic activity could have led to the high levels of carbon dioxide and water vapour and then they are challenged to come up with viable suggestions for how the % of carbon dioxide has decreased whilst the % of oxygen has increased. There are progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students but is suitable for a KS3 student who is studying the Earth's atmosphere.

By GHScience

AQA AS level Unit 1 Section 1 Atomic structure (atom, electrons, mass spec, ionisation energies)

AQA AS level Unit 1 Section 1 Atomic structure (atom, electrons, mass spec, ionisation energies)

AQA AS level Unit 1 Section 1 Atomic structure Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) 1. The atom 2. Atomic models (developing ideas from GCSE) 3. Relative mass, relative atomic mass and atomic number 4 Mass spectrometer 5. Mass spectrum analysis - using mass spectra 6. Electron structure - shells and sub-level (s, p, d, f) 7. Ionisation energies - trends and equations LESSON 1: FUNDAMENTAL PARTICLES To appreciate that the knowledge and understanding of atomic structure has evolved over time To describe the properties of p, n and e in terms of relative charges and mass To know that early models of the atomic structure predicted that atoms and ions with noble gas electron arrangements should be stable LESSON 2: Isotopes To explain the existence of isotopes To determine the relative atomic mass of elements using isotope abundance data To understand the physical and chemical properties of different isotopes LESSON 3: MASS SPECTROMETER To recall how to calculate the Ar and Mr To understand the m/z ratio To know how a mass spectrometer operates LESSON 4: MASS SPECTRA ANALYSIS To understand how to interpret a mass spectrum and calculate relative atomic mass To understand how to work out the relative molecular/formula mass To consolidate with questions LESSON 5: ELECTRON CONFIGURATION OVER 2 LESSONS To understand the electron configuration of atoms and ions To be able to write the electron configuration of atoms up to Z=36 in terms of levels and sub-levels (orbitals) s, p and d To understand that there are exceptions to the rules for ions and certain elements LESSON 7: IONISATION ENERGIES To state the definition of ionisation energies To describe the trend in ionisation energies a) down a group and b) across a period in terms of electron configurations To explain how trends in ionisation energies provide evidence for the existence of electron energy levels and sub-levels ENJOY!!! Please rate and comment in order to further improve

By rainy_violet

AQA Trilogy (chemistry) revision cards

AQA Trilogy (chemistry) revision cards

Revision cards for pupils to fill in. Each card contains a statement from the specification. These can be copied back to back and then hole punched to create a set of revision cards. Each card contains a small picture to denote the topic. Topics for paper 1 are in black and topics for paper 2 are in red. Cards cover ALL of the chemistry part of the Trilogy specification. Physics is to follow. (image shows example of biology cards which are also available)

By l.absalom

Combustion and Corrosion [Worksheet]

Combustion and Corrosion [Worksheet]

7-page worksheet for intermediate high school chemistry. Comprehensive worksheet containing a variety of questions, including extension and further research. Covers: oxidation reactions; corrosion reactions; protecting metals from corrosion; combustion reactions; complete vs incomplete combustion; fuels; aerobic respiration. Includes a complete answer version. A full preview of this resource is available at (copy-paste link): www.goodscienceworksheets.com/combustion-and-corrosion-worksheet.shtml

By GoodScienceWorksheets

CC16 and 17 mini assessment

CC16 and 17 mini assessment

This is a mini assessment for CC16 and 17 for edexcel 1-9 combined science. I use these within the units or within other units to help the students maintain their understanding from previous units.

By kato_klw

2016 (9-1) EdExcel topic C8 - Fuels and Earth Science

2016 (9-1) EdExcel topic C8 - Fuels and Earth Science

This fully-editable PowerPoint covers the C8 topic from the 2016 (9-1) EdExcel course. It covers: crude oil and what's inside it, hydrocarbons and their uses as feedstock and fuels, fractional distillation and why it is used, alkanes and their properties, general formulae for alkanes, burning hydrocarbons and what this produces, incomplete combustion and its products, why carbon monoxide is dangerous, pollution from burning fuels, formation of nitrogen and sulfur oxides, fuel cells, oil and gas, how cracking is done, the early atmosphere and its composition, how the atmosphere evolved and the role of plants and volcanoes, changes in oxygen and carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere, how to test for oxygen, the greenhouse effect, problems to do with pollution, global warming and evidence for it, how humans release greenhouse gases, the effects of global climate change, ways to reduce our carbon footprints.

By EUP