AQA Chemistry Revision PlacematsQuick View
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AQA Chemistry Revision Placemats

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A3 Revision Mats for each chapter in AQA 1-9 GCSE Combined Science Trilogy and Chemistry. Concentrates on the Combined Trilogy content with no Separate Chemistry Only content.
NEW AQA GCSE Chemistry - 'Quantitative Chemistry' lessonsQuick View
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NEW AQA GCSE Chemistry - 'Quantitative Chemistry' lessons

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This bundle of resources contains 8 whole lessons which meet all learning outcomes for the higher tier, separate science modules within the ‘Quantitative Chemistry’ unit for the NEW AQA Chemistry Specification. Lessons included: Relative formula mass and moles Balancing equations and reacting masses Limiting reactants and percentage yield Atom economy HT Concentration and titrations Titration practical and calculations HT Volume of gases The lessons contain a mix of differentiated activities, progress check and exam questions plus more than one opportunity, per lesson, for self/peer red-pen assessment of tasks.
NEW AQA GCSE (2016) Chemistry - Organic ChemistryQuick View
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NEW AQA GCSE (2016) Chemistry - Organic Chemistry

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This bundle of resources contains 8 whole lessons, along with all additional resources, which meet all learning outcomes within the ‘Organic Chemistry’ unit for the NEW AQA Chemistry Specification. Lessons include: Hydrocarbons Fractional distillation Complete & incomplete combustion Cracking hydrcarbons Reactions with alkenes Alcohols, carboxylic acids and esters Polymerisation Natural polymers & DNA The lessons contain a mix of differentiated activities, progress checks, practical investigations, exam questions and more than two opportunities, per lesson, for self/peer red-pen assessment of tasks
Inspirations for Chemistry IAQuick View
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Inspirations for Chemistry IA

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This is the original document used in the YouTube live stream on October 14 2020. There are no research questions given but there are over 50 primary data suggestions and over 40 database suggestions. This is not a short cut and students must perform 10 hours towards their IA for successful completion of their Diploma. NB Academic Dishonesty will be discovered and will result in no diploma being awarded. The ideas here are for inspiration and further exploration. This has been created in response to the pandemic where many students have had no or limited access to labs, and teachers have little experience of IA. Particualrly database IA. Hope this helps Mr M 4 Chem "I strongly recommend you also look at videos prepared by James Midgley who is the Head of Year 12 at the Australian International School in Singapore and an IA moderator. " Geoff Neuss - InThinking
AQA AS Inorganic Chemistry BUNDLEQuick View
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AQA AS Inorganic Chemistry BUNDLE

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Lesson/Revision Packs for AS AQA Inorganic Chemistry. Topics: Periodicity, Group 2 and Group 7. And topic checklists for AS inorganic. Cheap bundle saving money
Organic Chemistry Revision PlacematQuick View
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Organic Chemistry Revision Placemat

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An A3 revision mat for revision of the Organic Chemistry chapter in AQA GCSE 1-9 Combined Science and Chemistry. Concentrates on the Combined Science content and includes all answers.
The Chemistry of FoodQuick View
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The Chemistry of Food

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AQA Combined Science Trilogy unit ‘Organisation and the Digestive System’ Full lesson ready to use straight ‘out of the box’. Similar structure to my other power points following the input - activity - review phasing Plenary section for progress checking Differentiated worksheets Clear learning objectives and outcomes Modern and engaging layout Little adaptation needed Includes practical - Food Tests Covers an hour lesson of content matched to the specification 31 ppt slides Please leave constructive feedback :D
GCSE Chemistry Revision QuizQuick View
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GCSE Chemistry Revision Quiz

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50 Question multiple choice revision quiz for GCSE Chemistry. Ideal class activity testing knowledge and understanding of content from across the specification. Suitable for students who have completed or nearly completed the course as part of a revision lesson and helps with developing memory recall skills. Contains some higher tier questions which can be edited for lower ability groups. Fully editable with ‘Ask me’ to give all students opportunities to answer. The quiz makes use of a 15 second timer to encourage quick thinking and improve speed of knowledge recall, after which the question is covered, only leaving the possible answers. Incorrect answers chosen are highlighted red to provide instant feedback to the students during the quiz and allowing for opportunities to discuss the correct answer. When playing the presentation, the quiz is navigated by on-screen buttons to encourage students to answer all questions rather than skipping through to ensure that they are familiar with these topics and consolidate their learning across the course. This also provides opportunities for students to identify areas of weakness where they need to focus their revision.
AQA Chemistry required practicals (ALL)Quick View
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AQA Chemistry required practicals (ALL)

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This resource is for KS3/4 student taking the AQA science GCSE The resource contains methods in a condensed format suitable for revision and class instruction Complete with example exam questions for each experiment - sourced from 2018 AQA where possible Practicals included Making salts Temperature changes Rates of reaction - observing colour change - Concentration & Temperature Rates of reaction - measuring product volume (cm3) - Concentration & Temperature Rates of reaction - measuring product lost (g) - Concentration, Temperature & Surface area Chromatography Water purification Electrolysis Neutralisation - Higher and Foundation Ion testing - Flame tests, carbonate test, sulphate test & Halide test Good luck!
Chemistry of alcohols – AS home learningQuick View
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Chemistry of alcohols – AS home learning

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Unique package of interactive PowerPoint and paper-based activities that can be used for independenthome learning, revision or in the classroom. This resource covers AS chemistry of alcohols through a 19 slide interactive PowerPoint, which is colourful, animated and presents the information in a flexible way. Each PowerPoint slide contains links to other slides, to enable easy navigation and to emphasise links between the types of alcohol and the types of reaction. As well as pages devoted to each of the main types of reaction (substitution, oxidation and elimination), primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols each have a page with a clear chart of numbered reactions, where each number is linked to a page detailing that reaction. Information given includes type of reaction, reagents and conditions and an equation, as well as key definitions. In addition the reactions have an animated mechanism or structural equation. There are links to pages describing and explaining practical techniques, where relevant. Also included are two worksheets with a total of 8 pages. Full answers are provided. This resource was developed primarily for the OCR AS Chemistry specification (year 12) but is useful for all specifications. It relates to the following sections : Module 4 – Core organic chemistry Part 2 – Alcohols, haloalkanes and analysis 4.2.1 Alcohols Please review! Content covered • Naming alcohols • Primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols • Substitution reaction of alcohols • Oxidation of alcohols • Elimination (dehydration) reaction of alcohols • Reactions of primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols • Animated mechanisms • Reaction classification • Reagents and conditions • Structural equations • Key definitions • Heating under reflux • Distillation to prevent complete oxidation Duration: 1-2 lessons and/or independent study Please see also Mass spectrometry - A level home learning https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/mass-spectrometry-a-level-self-study-12287938 Infrared spectroscopy - A level home learning https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/infrared-ir-spectroscopy-a-level-home-learning-self-study-12315096
Entire OCR A-Level Chemistry Course PowerpointQuick View
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Entire OCR A-Level Chemistry Course Powerpoint

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This is a detailed 172 page powerpoint resource I made for myself during my A-levels that helped me get an A*. I added to it at the end of each lesson/topic, cross-referencing between my notes, the textbook, revision guides and most importantly each point of the specification ; I also updated it with any details from marks I’d missed on tests. Great to go through to better understand topics, as print-outs for revision posters or to review entire modules for the exams or mocks. It covers all topics for the NEW A-level OCR specification detailed below and at http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/171720-specification-accredited-a-level-gce-chemistry-a-h432.pdf • Knowledge of the required practicals and practical skills • Atoms, compounds, molecules and equations Amount of substance • Acid–base and redox reactions • Electrons, bonding and structure • The periodic table and periodicity • Group 2 and the halogens • Qualitative analysis • Enthalpy changes • Reaction rates and equilibrium (qualitative) • Basic concepts • Hydrocarbons • Alcohols and haloalkanes • Organic synthesis • Analytical techniques (IR and MS) • Reaction rates and equilibrium (quantitative) • pH and buffers • Enthalpy, entropy and free energy • Redox and electrode potentials • Transition elements • Aromatic compounds • Carbonyl compounds • Carboxylic acids and esters • Nitrogen compounds Polymers • Organic synthesis • Chromatography and spectroscopy (NMR)
AQA GCSE Science Chemistry Revision 9-1Quick View
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AQA GCSE Science Chemistry Revision 9-1

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This revision resource is designed for AQA GCSE Combined Science Trilogy Chemistry revision 9-1 but is equally suitable for other boards, this resource contains links to over 90 videos tutorials for all topics covered in the Combined Science Chemistry specification to help your students revise. Topics include; Atomic Structure & the Periodic Table, Bonding Structure & the Properties of Matter, Quantitative Chemistry, Chemical Changes, Energy Changes, The Rate & Extent of Chemical Change, Organic Chemistry, Chemical Analysis, Chemistry of the Atmosphere and Using Resources. There are over 100 exam style practice questions with mark schemes. Exam style paper questions can also be printed from the word documents included. Click on the tabs to take you to the topic of your choice and use the home icon to take you back to the home page. Resource includes: 10 Exam style paper questions with mark schemes Over 100 Short answer questions with mark schemes Over 90 selected video tutorials to help with revision Over 200 slides of content. Videos sources from FUSE school, Ted Ed, Freesciencelessons and more. All YouTube links are included within the document under the photograph of the video thumbnail. Videos have not been embedded due to copyright. GCSE Combined Science Biology & Physics are also available to purchase. If you have any issues or would like to get in touch, please email me at: MsM.Hanson@gmail.com Please leave a review if you find my resources helpful and be sure to follow me if you wish to be kept up to date with when I upload new and exciting resources. Thank you.
Chemistry Paper 1 Revision AQA Trilogy FoundationQuick View
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Chemistry Paper 1 Revision AQA Trilogy Foundation

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Complete revision pack for students for AQA Trilogy Spec (9-1) - Chemistry Paper 1 (Foundation Combined Science) Contains: Revision Slides (with answers), Student Workbook, Student Exam Booklets and Mark Schemes. All booklets to be used together, include contents pages for students to work independently or to be used as a complete set of structured lessons.
Chemistry Paper 1 Revision AQA Trilogy HigherQuick View
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Chemistry Paper 1 Revision AQA Trilogy Higher

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Complete revision pack for students for AQA Trilogy Spec (9-1) - Chemistry Paper 1 (Higher Combined Science) Contains: Revision Slides (with answers), Student Workbook, Student Exam Booklets and Mark Schemes. All booklets to be used together, include contents pages for students to work independently or to be used as a complete set of structured lessons. This resource has common content with my Foundation revision pack but in addition, this resource covers all Higher Tier specification points.
AQA A-Level Chemistry Revision MatsQuick View
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AQA A-Level Chemistry Revision Mats

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These revision place mats have been made for the AQA A-Level Chemistry course. Included are place mats for each topic in the syllabus, containing questions and revision exercises, as well as a set of solutions (34 place mats and 34 sets of solutions). Please note that these have been produced as A3 documents so should ideally be printed on A3 paper or completed digitally, though they can still be used if printed on A4. If you would like a Word or Pages document format to complete the place mats on a traditional laptop / desktop, please email me at thomas.williamson02@outlook.com with a confirmation of your purchase.
ChemistryQuick View
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Chemistry

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Introduction to Chemistry. Year 8 (KS3), PowerPoint presentations and associated videos. Added worksheet for drawing atoms.
FREE Chemistry: Balancing EquationsQuick View
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FREE Chemistry: Balancing Equations

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A worksheet aimed at GCSE and A level chemistry students which focuses on balancing equations. The following premium resource for balancing equations is available in our shop which also includes worked answers: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/chemistry-balancing-chemical-equations-11014359 We have hundreds of chemistry resources in our green APL Shop https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/greenAPL covering topics such as atomic structure, kinetics, equilibria, bonding, mole calculations, electronic configuration, group 1 elements, group 7 elements, redox, haloalkanes, alkanes, alkenes, acids and bases, metal extraction, energetics, alcohols etc. For more complete lessons about chemical equations including lesson plans, teaching presentations, equations and fully complete answers the following premium resources are available: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/chemistry-balancing-equations-10001316 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/chemistry-forming-word-and-symbol-equations-10003821
Chemistry: Collision Theory WorksheetQuick View
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Chemistry: Collision Theory Worksheet

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Worksheet for middle to higher ability GCSE pupils to explain collision theory using a series of diagrams. Includes temperature, concentration, gas pressure, surface area and catalysts