AQA - Chemistry of the atmosphereQuick View

AQA - Chemistry of the atmosphere

9 lessons to take students through the syllabus requirements for the chemistry of the atmosphere unit if studying for the trilogy exams or chemistry exams.
amcooke
New AQA 9-1 Chemistry Topic 9 Chemistry of the atmosphere - The Earth's early atmosphereQuick View

New AQA 9-1 Chemistry Topic 9 Chemistry of the atmosphere - The Earth's early atmosphere

A lesson to describe the Earth's early atmosphere and present day atmosphere together with explanations for changes in the composition of the atmosphere. The lesson includes: A card sort to accompany a video looking at developments in the Earth's atmosphere A storyboard task with descriptions A cartoon strip learning mat activity that students can annotate individually/ work in groups to explain changes in Earth's atmosphere Past paper questions with answers animated into the powerpoint
runningmad123
Atmospheric PollutionQuick View

Atmospheric Pollution

L5 Atmospheric Pollution for C13 The Earth's Atmosphere AQA new spec. Detailed powerpoint that is easy to follow and provides differentiated activities.
nryates157
Atmospheric PollutantsQuick View

Atmospheric Pollutants

KS4 NEW AQA 2016 SPEC The Earth's Atmosphere Complete lesson with tasks throughout Suggested practicals
nparkie0
AQA Trilogy C9 Chemistry of the atmosphere revisionQuick View

AQA Trilogy C9 Chemistry of the atmosphere revision

Made using the AQA Trilogy specification Contains 1 slide of activities to complete for the C9 Chemistry of the atmosphere topic I give these out at the end of each topic and also before holidays for exam preparation. I have made the boxes equal sizes so that they can be blown up onto A3 card to create revision cards for intervention/ starters/ plenaries Maths skills and RPAs are incorporated when appropriate More of these on the way for all AQA units, RPAs and maths skills. Feedback welcome
hephelumps
Earth and AtmosphereQuick View

Earth and Atmosphere

The Earth - The Earth and its Atmosphere (Key stage 3) L.O. To compare the layers of the Earth and to describe the atmospheric composition. Contains a multiple choice pre-test great for introduction for this unit.
TeamScienceUK
Atmospheric Pollutants for new AQA GCSE 2016 onwardsQuick View

Atmospheric Pollutants for new AQA GCSE 2016 onwards

This lesson covers the causes and problems of pollution, including: carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, particulates, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides. Included with this resource: A powerpoint which explains the key concepts Two practical activities (be sure to carry out your own risk assessment) Activities to test understanding A worksheet. You will need access to molymods. A current GCSE textbook would also be useful but not essential.
sheepie55
The Atmosphere Revision PackQuick View

The Atmosphere Revision Pack

Includes: - Revision sheet: contains all of the key information on the topic - Revision mat: for students to fill in, covering the key areas - Question sheet: lots of questions for students to answer about the topic Designed specifically for the new AQA specification (teaching from 2016) but may also be suitable for other exam boards.
teachsci1
Earths AtmosphereQuick View

Earths Atmosphere

Asks students to circle the gases present in the atmosphere today as all as all as say which is unique to Earth and draw a pie chart of the composition of gases.
lukemorton
AQA Combined Science - Trilogy: C13 The Earth's AtmosphereQuick View

AQA Combined Science - Trilogy: C13 The Earth's Atmosphere

A complete set of 5 (1 hour) lessons linked to the C13 The Earth's Atmosphere AQA Chemistry specification. All lessons contain tasks, exam-style questions and all knowledge required. Lessons included in bundle: C13.1 History of the Atmosphere C13.2 Our Evolving Atmosphere C13.3 Greenhouse Gases C13.4 Global Climate Change C13.5 Atmospheric Pollutants All lessons have been rated outstanding by lead practitioners. A great, time-saving bundle. Thank you for looking, please leave a review.
Lipase11
AQA Trilogy Chemistry of the AtmosphereQuick View

AQA Trilogy Chemistry of the Atmosphere

This is the complete unit of Chemistry of the Atmosphere. As we have planned that we were tight on fitting all of the content for the AQA Trilogy course by May 2018, we carried out an intense day of Science with our current Year 10s and went through this unit in 1 day. The only aspect we haven't covered is peer review which we are going to cover later on in the year. The word document was printed out and given to all students. The power point did have slides from the board works power points, these have not been included. But slides were taken from the following ppt. - Pollutants Climate change Greenhouse gases. Atmosphere.
kelly210188
Revision poster Earth and atmosphereQuick View

Revision poster Earth and atmosphere

This revision poster covers separation techniques, change in the Earth's atmosphere, greenhouse effect, global warming and use of Earth's resources. I used it with my year 10 mixed ability class.
ilse hermie
New GCSE - Atmospheric PollutantsQuick View

New GCSE - Atmospheric Pollutants

New GCSE lesson on polluting gases produced by the burning of fossil fuels for the new AQA syllabus Learning Objectives: Describe the pollutants produced by combustion Explain the problems associated with each pollutant Discuss what can be done to reduce the carbon footprint of a country Analyse the social, economical and ethical results of the problems caused by pollutants
ls6372
Earth's Early AtmosphereQuick View

Earth's Early Atmosphere

Learning Objectives ✤ State the composition of clean, dry air ✤ Explain the changes in the Earth that led to oceans forming. ✤ Relate the Earths early atmosphere with that of Mars or Venus today. ✤ Explain the changes in the Earths atmosphere today.
Rahmich
New AQA GCSE Physics Atmospheric Pressure LessonQuick View

New AQA GCSE Physics Atmospheric Pressure Lesson

This resource is a lesson with activities covering the atmospheric pressure content in the 2015 AQA GCSE Physics specification. This resource contains: 1: A power point to lead students through the lesson 2: A starter game 3: A describing atmospheric pressure activity 4: A gas pressure in balloons literacy activity 5: A micro teaching plenary activity Thanks for looking
chalky1234567