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Quantitative Chemistry - AQA

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UPDATED MAY 2019 with workbook for the whole unit! As promised, here is the whole of Unit 3: Quantitative Chemistry for the New AQA Combined Science Trilogy. Every lesson is covered exactly to the specification with a plethora of worksheets and homeworks. I have also included a scheme of work for the unit, with blooms taxonomy learning objectives paired with the new GCSE grades. I can confidently state that this is the most comprehensive and high quality resource I’ve ever made, I hope you’ll agree. Highly animated presentations & resources include: 3.1.1 - Conservation of mass & balanced symbol equations + 3 x worksheet + 1 x homework 3.1.2 - Relative formula mass + 2 x worksheet + 1 x homework 3.1.3 - Mass change when reactant is a gas + 1 x worksheet + 1 x homework 3.1.3 - Mass change when product is a gas + 1 x worksheet + 1 x homework 3.1.4 - Chemical Measurements 3.2.1 - Moles + 3 x worksheet + 1 x homework 3.2.2 - Amounts of substances in equations + 2 x worksheet + 1 x homework 3.2.3 - Using moles to balance equations + 2 x worksheet. 3.2.4 - Limiting reactants + 1 x worksheet 3.2.5 - Concentrations of solutions + 5 x worksheet + 3 x homework. + Scheme of work
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Chemical Changes - AQA Chemistry

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This pack includes 61 freshly designed files of powerpoints, worksheets and homeworks (including mark schemes) for every lesson in unit 4 Chemical changes for AQA Combined Science Trilogy Chemistry. Updated April 2018. It’s finally here, and I’m very proud of this resource pack! I’ve held off on publishing until the quality was right, and now it’s finally ready to go live. The quality of the formatting/animation is second to none on TES. TES SAYS IT’S 14 FILES, IT’S NOT IT’S 61, MANY ARE IN A ZIP FOLDER! I have now fixed the ZIP Folder issue, should download perfectly! Lesson order is as follows: 4.4.1.1 - Metal oxides 4.4.1.2 - The reactivity series 4.4.1.2 - Displacement reactions 4.4.1.3 - Extraction of metals and reduction 4.4.2.1 - Reactions of acids with metals 4.4.2.2 & 4.4.2.3 - Acids + Insoluble bases 4.4.2.4 - Neutralisation and the pH scale 4.4.2.6 - Strong vs. weak acids 4.4.3.1 - The process of electrolysis 4.4.3.2 - Molten electrolysis 4.4.3.3 - Using electrolysis to extract metals 4.4.3.4 - Electrolysis of aqueous solutions. That’s 12 lessons in total, all jam packed with novel animations, tasks, worksheets, green pen work throughs, and homeworks. Please do review this if you choose to purchase as it really helps my sales. Thanks for supporting my work. Lewis HOW THIS RESOURCE IS ORGANISED: All powerpoints are uploaded directly so browsers can see snippets of each one. Then inside your download there is a zip folder, which contains all powerpoints, checklists, worksheets, homeworks and mark schemes neatly organised in folders. Any queries can be emailed to lewistull@gmail.com.
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Rates of Reaction - AQA Chemistry

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The new AQA Combined Science Trilogy Unit 6 - The rate and extent of chemical change. Includes powerpoints, worksheets and practical worksheets. Divided into the following lessons: 4.6.1.1 Calculating Rates of Reaction/Rates graphs and tangents. 4.6.1.2/3 Factors which affect rates of reaction and collision theory. 4.6.1.4 Catalysts 4.6.2.1/2 Reversible reactions and energy changes 4.6.3 Equilibria (all) Required Practical 5 - part a disappearing cross Please see my other reviews for an insight as to the time and effort I put into making these of a high quality. As always I really appreciate your feedback so please do comment below!
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Energy Changes - AQA Chemistry

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This pack contains a plethora of powerpoints, worksheets, and mark schemes for all of the content in unit 5 - Energy changes of AQA 8462 Triple Chemistry, and 8464 Combined Science Trilogy. For those of you whom regularly purchase my resources, you will know that I hold off releasing my resources until I am happy that you will be satisfied with the quality, quantity and ease of deliverance of your purchase - I’m now happy, I hope you are too! Lesson packs include: 4.5.1.1 Energy transfer during exothermic and endothermic reactions 4.5.1.2 Reaction profiles 4.5.1.3 The energy change of reactions (HT ONLY) 4.5.2.1. Cells and batteries (Chemistry only) 4.5.2.2. Fuel cells (Chemistry only) Required practical 4 worksheet pack All folders organised into zip folder Resources are checked against the specification, and income tax is paid on all my sales. As always your feedback is greatly appreciated as good reviews really aid sales. I hope you enjoy Lewis
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Rates of Reaction GCSE Chemistry

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Perfect if you teach GCSE Chemistry Single Science, this fully differentiated and resourced lesson supports your students in learning about rates of reaction. Covering the full GCSE Chemistry specification, this resource is adapted to cover all exam boards. Students will: State what is meant by rate of reaction. Calculate the rate of a reaction. Describe the different experimental methods used to investigate the rate of a reaction - disappearing cross experiment, change in mass experiment, volume of gas given off experiment. Explain what is meant by collision theory and state what factors the rate of a reaction depends on. Explain how changes in temperature, concentration, pressure and surface area affect the rate of reaction. Complete rate experiments involving gases and precipitates. Describe what a catalyst is and explain how it affects the rate of a reaction. This lesson includes a detailed and engaging lesson PowerPoint with differentiated activities, class practical/demo activities, worksheet with answers, exam style questions and progress quizzes for students to complete. Enjoy and feel free to leave a review. Approx lesson time: 2-3 hrs INCLUDED IN BUNDLE: 25 slide PowerPoint Presentation with key points, progress check questions, checkpoints, practice exam questions, quizzes, class practical activities. Differentiated worksheet with mark scheme included
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Chemistry of alcohols AS chemistry

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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 *** https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/mass-spectrometry-a-level-self-study-12287938 ***Infrared spectroscopy - A level *** https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/infrared-ir-spectroscopy-a-level-home-learning-self-study-12315096
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Organic Chemistry - AQA

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Full unit for Organic Chemistry - AQA Combined Science Trilogy Please review if you are happy with your purchase :) Set includes: Four lesson powerpoints, including tasks and answers L1 - Crude Oil, Hydrocarbons and Alkanes L2 - Fractional Distillation L3 - Cracking L4 - Combustion of fuels Multiple worksheets for every lesson Easy-print A5 (two per A4 page) versions of each worksheet Scheme of Work (Lesson by lesson) Videos of every lesson to post online should your students be absent
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Electrolysis - AQA Chemistry

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This pack contains the Electrolysis resources from my whole unit 4 pack at a discounted price. These resources are for AQA Combined science Trilogy 8464 and AQA GCSE Chemistry 8462. This pack is intended for those who want to trial my resources, or who only need resources on Electrolysis for this unit. The pack contains four lessons, with powerpoints, worksheets, homework and mark schemes. Lessons 4.4.3.1 The process of electrolysis 4.4.3.2 Molten electrolysis 4.4.3.3 Using electrolysis to extract metals 4.4.3.4 Electrolysis of aqueous solutions Zipped and organised folders You should not purchase this pack if you have already purchased my unit 4 pack as you already own these resources. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. Kind regards, Lewis
NEW AQA GCSE Chemistry - 'Organic Chemistry' lessonsQuick View
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NEW AQA GCSE Chemistry - 'Organic Chemistry' lessons

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This bundle of resources contains 12 lessons which meet all learning outcomes within the ‘Organic Chemistry’ unit for the NEW AQA Chemistry Specification. Lessons include: Alcohols, carboxylic acids and esters. Complete & incomplete combustion Cracking hydrocarbons Fractional distillation Hydrocarbons Natural polymers & DNA Polymerisation Reactions of alkenes The lessons contain a mix of differentiated activities, progress checks, extra challenge questions and exam questions plus more than one opportunity, per lesson, for self/peer red-pen assessment of tasks.
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Chemistry Paper 1 Revision Quiz

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Revision quiz = combined science chemistry AQA Does have a mixture of higher and foundation tier questions. (Higher tier only mostly in the calculations round). Answers and worked examples included.
The Haber Process and Fertilisers GCSE ChemistryQuick View
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The Haber Process and Fertilisers GCSE Chemistry

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Perfect if you teach GCSE Chemistry Single Science, this fully differentiated and resourced lesson supports your students in learning about The Haber Process and fertilisers. Covering the full GCSE Chemistry specification, this resource is adapted to cover all exam boards. Students will recall reversible reactions and equilibrium, describe and explain the conditions used in The Haber Process, and describe the use and production of fertilisers. This lesson includes a detailed and engaging lesson PowerPoint with differentiated activities, worksheets with answers, exam style questions and progress check questions for students to complete. Enjoy and feel free to leave a review. INCLUDED IN BUNDLE: 17 slide PowerPoint Presentation with key points, progress checks and practice exam questions. 3x Differentiated worksheets with mark scheme included.
AQA Quantitative Chemistry Revision SheetsQuick View
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AQA Quantitative Chemistry Revision Sheets

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A 3 page revision resource explaining how to complete each of the calculations with practice questions to try underneath. This resources covers: conservation of mass relative formula mass Avogadro’s number moles (moles = mass / Mr) reacting masses using moles to balance equations concentration calculations (moles = conc x vol & mass = conc x vol) titration calculations percentage yield atom economy molar gas equation
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AQA chemistry paper 2 revision

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A complete lesson covering AQA trilogy and chemistry GCSE paper 2. It includes: Rates Equilibria Hydrocarbons Atmosphere Using resources chromatography RPA Rates RPA Gas tests Includes a variety of activities including multiple choice and exam questions Includes the 2022 version and an updated version for 2023 All answers provided
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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!
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
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A Level Chemistry Practical Revision

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Three booklets of exam questions that cover all practicals needed for A Level Chemistry. Attached also is a list of practicals that could be asked about on Paper 1 for A Level Chemistry. Attached also is a BIG booklet which goes through all the practical techniques needed for Paper 3, providing step by step details of all the practical required for the course. There is lots of exam question practice with answers included. Attached also are two BIG exam question booklets on topics that did not come up on the June 2018 Papers 1 and 2 and could have been tested on Paper 3 June 2018
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Chemistry Quiz

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A chemistry quiz which includes 5 rounds; general knowledge, chemistry revision, guess the element from emojis, guess the celebrity from chemical symbols and a final christmas themed round. Perfect for a class near the end of a term.
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Free Radical Substitution (AS Chemistry)

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A structured lesson including starter activity, AfL work tasks and lesson slides on free radical substitution reactions By the end of this lesson KS5 students should be able to: 1.To know what a free radical is 2. To describe the reaction mechanism for the free-radical substitution of alkanes including initiation, propagation and termination 3. To analyse the limitations of radical substitution in synthesis by formation of a mixture of organic products Declaimer: Please refrain from purchasing this popular resource for an interview lesson or a formal observation. This is because planning your own lessons, including using your own lesson PowerPoints, is a fundamental skill of a qualified/unqualified teacher that will be assessed during the scenarios outlined above
Chemistry Required Practicals - AQA GCSE Chemistry Paper 2 (combined only)Quick View
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Chemistry Required Practicals - AQA GCSE Chemistry Paper 2 (combined only)

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This resource contains 3 revision mats for the required practicals in the Chemistry section of the new AQA Science Trilogy paper 2. Answer sheets have been added. They contain questions about methodology, scientific enquiry and analysis of results. These can be given after teaching the required practical, homework or at the end of year 11 for revision before their exams. Required practicals included: Rates of Reaction Chromatography Water Purification My year 11s have found these particularly useful to go through in revision lessons and have taken extra home to use as revision tools. Please rate this resource. You can also find our other bundles for the following: Biology Paper 1 Biology Paper 2 Biology Triple Physics Paper 1 Physics Paper 2 Chemistry Paper 1 Chemistry Paper 2 Other resources and revision mats can be found in my shop by clicking the following link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/cal-w11
Chemistry Required Practicals - AQA GCSE Chemistry Paper 1 (combined only)Quick View
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Chemistry Required Practicals - AQA GCSE Chemistry Paper 1 (combined only)

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This resource contains 3 revision mats for the required practicals in the Chemistry section of the new AQA Science Trilogy paper 1. Answer sheets have been added. They contain questions about methodology, scientific enquiry and analysis of results. These can be given after teaching the required practical, homework or at the end of year 11 for revision before their exams. Required practicals included: Making Salts Electrolysis Temperature Changes My year 11s have found these particularly useful to go through in revision lessons and have taken extra home to use as revision tools. Please rate this resource. Other resources and revision mats can be found in my shop by clicking the following link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/cal-w11
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GCSE Chemistry: Alkenes

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This PowerPoint presentation with worked examples and student questions covers: • Unsaturated hydrocarbons • Comparing alkanes and alkenes • Mnemonic device for naming alkenes • General formula for alkenes • Completing addition reactions for alkenes