Physical and Chemical Change [Worksheet]
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Physical and Chemical Change [Worksheet]

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9-page worksheet for junior high school chemistry. Comprehensive worksheet containing a variety of questions, including extension and further research. Covers: identifying physical changes; identifying chemical changes, comparing physical and chemical changes. Includes a complete answer version. Also includes a Topic Summary and Learning Checklist. This resource is aligned to the Australian Year 8 Chemistry curriculum, but would be useful for other curriculums as well. A full preview of this resource is available at (copy-paste link): www.goodscienceworksheets.com/physical-and-chemical-change-worksheet.shtml This resource is also part of the following discount bundle: Chemical Reactions and Equations [Worksheet Bundle]
Dissolving and Physical and Chemical change
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phileusfogg180

Dissolving and Physical and Chemical change

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A series of worksheets and a powerpoint presentation on the topics of dissolving and Physical and Chemical change. Includes: 1. Physical and Chemical changes powerpoint 2. Physical and Chemical changes experiment sheet - editable 3. Chemical changes conclusions - Editable 4. Physical and Chemical changes homework question 5. Physical or Chemical changes summary / assessment sheet 6. Dissolving experiment plan 7. Dissolving conclusions 8. Key words summary / assessment
Chemical and physical changes
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GJHeducation

Chemical and physical changes

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A concise and engaging lesson, which looks at chemical and physical changes with the key objective that students can recognise the differences between the two. Key terminology is used throughout, such as irreversible and practical examples are discussed. A number of short sharp quiz competitions are used to maintain motivation as well as checking on the understanding. This lesson is suitable for KS3 and GCSE students (11 - 16 year olds in the UK)
Chemical Reactions and Physical Changes
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ClassroomChemist

Chemical Reactions and Physical Changes

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Complete lesson with an interactive PowerPoint, full lesson worksheet for 6 common experiments (see below) and extra assessment worksheet to teach chemical reactions and physical changes. Resource includes Discussion exercises leading to the definition of a chemical reaction Teacher led instruction introducing the criteria for a chemical reaction Discussion exercises about whether ice melting is a reaction, leading to the differences between reactions and physical changes Six quick experiments that allow pupils to see the differences between reactions and physical changes Chemicals required for practicals: Copper carbonate Zinc oxide Chalk and dilute acid (HCl) Sodium chloride Copper sulfate Cobalt chloride Sodium carbonate Once you’ve taught this check out my resource on Atoms, Elements, Compounds and Mixtures and my free resource on Chemical Word Equations ➯ Be sure to **follow my store **to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Chemical and physical change
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heatherakane

Chemical and physical change

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KS3 Chemical vs Physical change Origianlly a google presentation so you may need to reformat for microsoft ppt. Uses practicals from ACTIATE SoW. Includes: *Practical (rotation activity) *Card sort To print: *Card sort *Practical experiment *Observation sheet
Chemical and Physical Changes
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jenniferwhitehair

Chemical and Physical Changes

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Powerpoint to describe what chemical and physical changes are, includes a demo and a practical. Students then write up the practical and can peer assess using the criteria on the last slide.
Physical or chemical changes examples quiz
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olivia_calloway

Physical or chemical changes examples quiz

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Introduce the difference between a chemical change and a physical change (definitions are on the ppt). Work through the slides getting pupils to indicate whether they think the example is chemical or physical. There are a number of ways to do this quiz, depending on the type of group. You may wish to get all pupils on their feet and have one side of the room as chemical, and one as physical, and they must move between the two to convey their answer. Alternatively, a thumbs-up-thumbs-down method, or white boards, could offer a less energetic way to manage this starter.
Physical and Chemical Changes (IGCSE)
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iGCSE101

Physical and Chemical Changes (IGCSE)

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This lesson covers the following topics 1. Elements 2. Molecules 3.Compounds 4. Mixtures. 5. Physical and chemical properties and 6. Physical changes and Chemical changes CIE combined Science 0653 C3 Atoms Elements and Compounds. The lesson includes a Power Point presentation including all the topics outlined above plus a quiz on physical and chemical changes There is a lab lesson on compounds and mixtures (classic iron fillings and sulphur experiment) with word doc for students and teacher to follow. The lesson also contains a separate homework exercise (word document) Covers section first 2 specifications of C3 on the CIE 0653 GCSE Combined Science Course
Physical Vs Chemical change
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Edustem1

Physical Vs Chemical change

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A fully detailed engaging and creative lesson plan on Physical and Chemical Change including Starter, presentation, activity, task, assessment, experiment and plenary.
Physical and chemical changes
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johnplatts

Physical and chemical changes

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This worksheet gets the pupils to consider a variety of changes and decide, whether each is physical or chemical. It is good for stimulating discussion during the activity and afterwards, when discussing the answers. If possible, start with a demonstration of egg frying, and melting an ice cube, and get them to consider if we can change either back to how it was at the beginning. Perhaps cooking the egg in a microwave to make scrambled egg will work just as well if you can borrow the staffroom microwave - sharing out the scrambled (or fried) egg afterwards always goes down well too.
Physical and chemical change
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ramdahal1990

Physical and chemical change

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The presentation is all about physical and chemical change with wide range of examples, time lapse videos and comparison. The class activity is added at the end of the slide
Chemical and Physical Changes
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ScienceSpot

Chemical and Physical Changes

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These cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about chemical and physical changes. Changes Included: ♦ Explosion of fireworks - Chemical ♦ Ice melting - Physical ♦ Chopping wood - Physical ♦ Bread Molding - Chemical ♦ Sugar in water - Physical ♦ Glass breaking - Physical ♦ Burning wood - Chemical ♦ Rusting nail - Chemical
Chemical and Physical Changes Task Cards
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ScienceSpot

Chemical and Physical Changes Task Cards

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These task cards are a great way for students to improve their skills and knowledge of chemical and physical changes. This product contains 24 cards which have students identify each illustration as either a chemical or physical change. A recording sheet and an answer key are included. Blank cards are also included for questions to be added, if wanted.
Physical and Chemical Properties and Changes
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iGCSE101

Physical and Chemical Properties and Changes

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This lesson covers the following topics 1. Elements 2. Molecules 3.Compounds 4. Mixtures. 5. Physical and chemical properties and 6. Physical changes and Chemical changes The lesson includes a PowerPoint presentation including all the topics outlined above plus a quiz on physical and chemical changes There is a lab lesson on compounds and mixtures (classic iron fillings and sulfur experiment) with word doc for students and teacher to follow. The lesson also contains a separate homework exercise (word document) Covers section C3 of the Cambridge CIE 0653 GCSE Combined science course but can easily be used as a stand alone lesson on Physical and Chemical changes
PARTICLES AND CONSERVATION OF MASS IN PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHANGES
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pmharris

PARTICLES AND CONSERVATION OF MASS IN PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHANGES

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This lesson was graded outstanding. The lesson is designed to be delivered to KS3 students learning about particles. The lesson can also be used to develop student independent practical skills and is very useful for addressing misconception. The lesson involves students coming into the room and completing a simple practical immediately and independently. All resources required are included in the powerpoint. Included are the following… Lesson delivery instructions How to use scales (help sheet) Practical instructions for 2 different simple activities Follow up questions work sheets including key questions to guide students thinking about misconceptions. Extension tasks linking to GCSE specification WALT and WILF
Chemical reactions and Physical changes
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katielakin94

Chemical reactions and Physical changes

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A practical lesson to introduce KS3 students to chemical reactions (with a focus on comparing with physical reactions). Includes miniwhite board quiz, practical station cards with instructions and a table for students to write results. Used with YR7- could be adapted to any ability