The Arrhenius equationQuick View

The Arrhenius equation

L1- An introduction to the Arrhenius equation involves introducing the different terms in the equation and giving practice in using the calculation. L2- This lesson involves using a different form of the equation to plot a straight line graph. The gradient of the graph of the graph can be used to calculate activation energy. Students have lots of opportunities to practice this idea. Worked answers are given throughout.
Balancing EquationsQuick View

Balancing Equations

Balancing equations worksheet aimed at GCSE and AS chemistry students together with completed answer sheet. The worksheet contains 20 differentiated chemical equations to balance. The fully complete answer sheet is also include for the students to peer assess each others answers. The following premium resources for balancing equations are available in our shop which also include worked answers: For more complete lessons about chemical equations including lesson plans, teaching presentations, equations and fully complete answers the following premium resources are available:
AQA Trilogy Physics EquationsQuick View

AQA Trilogy Physics Equations

For all pupils studying the AQA GCSE Science Trilogy (although would only take a small amount of adjustment to make it suitable for any of the new GCSE specifications.) It follows the Collins scheme in terms of units, but would only need a small amount of editting to make it suitable for any scheme. Equations sheets to be stuck in books, showing the equations that need to be learned and the ones they will be given in the exam. Equations display to make a large display of units (needing lots of cutting out!), and also smaller so that each 'large hexagon' can be printed onto A3, for less cutting out. I have then printed out each of those 'topic hexagons' onto A5 paper to give each pupil at the start of each topic so that they have all the equations that they need for that topic, plus the units, in their books.
Balancing EquationsQuick View

Balancing Equations

This lesson uses carefully chosen examples with picture representations as well as chemical formulae. There are two differentiated worksheets (embedded in in the ppt) with answers and a plenary quiz. Thoroughly tried, tested and recommended.
Balancing EquationsQuick View

Balancing Equations

This collection of 4 balancing equation worksheets and answer sheets. Each worksheet contains 20 equations to balance, they are aimed at GCSE and A level chemistry students and together provide a lot of practise balancing chemical equations.
A level chemistry (AQA): The Arrhenius equationQuick View

A level chemistry (AQA): The Arrhenius equation

Pack contains questions to assess students understanding of the Arrhenius equation. There are a set of numerical calculations, together with questions requiring graphical analysis and interpretation. Given the limited resources available for this topic, there is an Excel sheet provided which can be used to generate bespoke questions by the teacher. These are correctly formulated to generate full questions and answers that can be directly given to learners. Instructions for use included within the Excel sheet.
Simultaneous EquationsQuick View

Simultaneous Equations

Written by an Outstanding practitioner from an Outstanding School. Comes complete with exercises and in depth answers. In depth solutions to questions ideal for whole lesson or revision. Slides can be printed as revision hand out. Great for whole lesson or quick fire revision. This resource contains: 1) A 17 slide power point containing explanation, questions and in depth answers/solutions on: a) Solving Simultaneous Equations (Elimination Method). b) Solving Simultaneous Equations (Substitution Method). c) Solving Simultaneous Equations Linear and Quadratic (Substitution Method). 2) 3 Exercises/questions on the below 3 points: The exercises are on the power point and on a word document for you to choose how to use them. a) Solving Simultaneous Equations (Elimination Method). b) Solving Simultaneous Equations (Substitution Method). c) Solving Simultaneous Equations Linear and Quadratic (Substitution Method). 3) Full in depth answers to the above 3 exercises, this is fantastic tool for support and extension. The answers are on a word document, great for you and your students to check answers and use as a guide to support and differentiate. 4) 3 Exam Questions with Mark Scheme. There is minimum 2 hours worth of lesson resources. Kindly review after purchasing. Thanks. Great for revision or whole lesson, lots of questions with answers.
GCSE physics Equation bustersQuick View

GCSE physics Equation busters

GCSE Science equations support. These worksheets aim to support the students in being able to learn, rearrange and apply the equations on the new spec (2016) GCSE science and GCSE Physics courses. Designed with AQA board in mind they can be applied to all exam boards that now require the students to learn these 23 equations. The questions are differentiated via GCSE grade s 9-1 and the answers are included for all questions.
GCSE Physics equation brain blastQuick View

GCSE Physics equation brain blast

Help the students learn the 23 equations for the AQA Physics GCSE. These 6 worksheets are designed to be used on a regular basis with the students over their GCSE course. Every 2 weeks they should be given some preparation time and then timed to see how many of the equations they can get correct. They should aim to beat their own score every time and after a getting full marks three times in a row they should progress on to the next level. Play some music or add a board timer to keep them focused.
Solving equations!Quick View

Solving equations!

Full topic on solving equations that I used with a middle ability year 8 class, but first few lessons can be used as an introduction to algebra with year 7, and it also goes to solving equations with fractions and to set up and solve equations that can be given to any year. All lessons include: A starter, lesson objectives with progress tick sheet, so many colour coordinated, differentiated questions WITH answers. Lesson 1: Solving equations! Introduction into one and two step equations to solve by the balancing method. Can be challenged further with solving simple equations with fractions and includes a peer assess worksheet. Lesson 2: Unknowns on both sides! Step by step instructions on how to solve equations with unknowns on both sides. Again can be challenged with fractions in equations and a peer assessment sheet. Lesson 3: Solving equations with brackets! Introduction into how to solve equations with brackets and challenges with brackets in equations with unknowns on both sides. Lesson 4: Expand and simplify when solving equations! 5 a day starter. Having two sets of brackets on one side and having to expand and simplify to solve as a two step equation. Lesson 5: Solving equations with fractions! Add on to previous knowledge of everything we know on solving equations, but with advanced fractions, up to grade A work. Added tarsia which can be printed from PowerPoint. Lesson 6: Set up and solve! Gone through algebraic terminology. Examples and questions of worded and shape questions where the equation must be set up before solved to find the unknown, then substituted back into the equation to find a missing side, angle etc. Hope that this set of lessons comes in useful for you! If you like my lessons, or think there is something I could do to improve them, please rate or comment. Thank you! =]
Making salts worksheet using word and symbol equationsQuick View

Making salts worksheet using word and symbol equations

This is a two-sided worksheet designed to help students studying the formation of salts from metals, metal oxides, metal hydroxides and metal carbonates. The first side deals with simple word equations whilst the second side covers more complex equations using formulas and balancing equations.
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Using the Wave Equation

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to Waves (4.6) This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: *Identify that sound requires a medium to travel in. *Describe how to measure the speed of a wave on a string. *Explain, using calculation, the speed of a wave. *Apply the wave equation, by rearranging to find the wave speed, wavelength and frequency of a wave. *Link your understanding of the particle model to explain if sound travels faster in solids, liquids or gases. This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson. Enjoy!
Nuclear equationsQuick View

Nuclear equations

Differentiated worksheets on completing nuclear equations for alpha and beta decay.
Ideal gas equationQuick View

Ideal gas equation

A worksheet and fully complete answer sheet which is aimed at A level Chemistry students and covers the ideal gas equation PV = nRT calculations.
Solving Equations Zen MathQuick View

Solving Equations Zen Math

With this activity, students will practice the art of Zen patterning as they solve equations (one-step, two-step, and multi-step). As students solve an equation, they will fill in an abstract space with a pattern to reveal a beautiful, fun Zen design! Students can color their final products or leave them in black and white. Either way, your classroom will be decorated with beautiful artwork as the students practice their Algebra skills! This no-prep activity is an excellent resource for sub plans, enrichment/reinforcement, early finishers, and extra practice with some fun. It is especially useful for end-of-year practice, spiral review, and motivated practice when students are exhausted from standardized testing or mentally "checked out" before a long break (hello summer!). Teachers and students alike enjoy motivating activities, so engage your students today with this relaxing activity!