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GCSE Chemistry Calculating Reacting Masses worksheet

GCSE Chemistry Calculating Reacting Masses worksheet

A worksheet comprising of 8 questions to help students practice calculating the moles of reactants and products. This sheet involves either calculating the maximum theoretical yield possible from a reaction or the amount of reactants needed for a reaction. Answers included.

By hf583

OCR F321 and F322(OLD) revision aid

OCR F321 and F322(OLD) revision aid

OCR F321 and F322 Please comment!! revision summary and exam questions Covers both units with a double page on each modual and exam questions and key words for them to define on the back.

By KS261

Revision - SHC & Latent Heat

Revision - SHC & Latent Heat

Revision lesson on SHC and latent heat. Revision of the equations, including units and rearranging. Includes eight relevant exam questions labelled high, medium and low demand.Mark Scheme included.

By CAllan1855

Solubility rules game (Predicting products and generating chemical equations)

Solubility rules game (Predicting products and generating chemical equations)

Dice game designed to support students whilst learning the solubility rules. Ideal for GCSE science/chemistry classes and chemistry A-level students looking to recap. Dice are used to select different, soluble ionic compounds. The learner should then determine the products and decide whether they are soluble or insoluble, based on the solubility rules. The activity is differentiated for more able learners, asking them to generate balanced chemical equations.

By aslawrenson

GCSE Chemistry C1  - short model answers to exam style questions, by topic

GCSE Chemistry C1 - short model answers to exam style questions, by topic

Hand typed model answer booklet for all chapters in GCSE Chemistry unit 1. Exam-style questions and mark scheme answers simplified and ordered into topic/chapter order to make revision easier, based on other resources, textbook questions and past papers. Contains 1 mark, 2 marks, 3 marks, 4 marks and 5 mark answers based on AQA exam board. Content applicable to other examination boards including Edexcel, OCR and WJEC.

By ebrook_

AQA Required Practical: Potable Water

AQA Required Practical: Potable Water

One of the required practicals to complete for the new AQA GCSE.Students complete a practical where they complete analysis on three different water samples.This pack comes with a set of instructions, helpful diagrams, and a set of questions for them to complete on the second sheet.

By matthewgundry

AQA Chapter 10 - Lesson 2 - Potable Water

AQA Chapter 10 - Lesson 2 - Potable Water

AQA Chapter 10 (Sustainable Development)In this lesson students will learn:- what potable water is- water treatment- desalination techniquesThis lesson can be used with or without the Potable Water worksheet.Keywords: PotableSedimentationDesalinationDistillationEvaporation Objectives:Distinguish between potable water and pure waterDescribe the differences in treatment of ground water and salty water Explain how to test water samples, and to carry out a distillation

By matthewgundry

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GCSE and A-level Chemistry Writing Ionic Formulae worksheet

GCSE and A-level Chemistry Writing Ionic Formulae worksheet

A worksheet for practicing writing the ionic formulae for 40 different ionic compounds and is useful in the teaching of the fundamentals of Chemistry. This worksheet can be used for both GCSE and A-level introductory work. Answers included.

By hf583

OCR GCSE 9-1 Gateway Combined Science / Chemistry  Units 1 - 6

OCR GCSE 9-1 Gateway Combined Science / Chemistry Units 1 - 6

A complete Scheme of Work for the new specification OCR GCSE 9-1 Gateway Combined Science / Chemistry Units 1 - 6 This includes: • Detailed Lesson PowerPoint for every lesson – These cover each of the key concepts clearly and concisely. The outcomes are differentiated and linked directly to the specification • Associated worksheets • AFL sheets for every lesson - These are differentiated and linked directly to the specification, covering all of the content that students are required to understand • H/W Sheets for every other lesson – These focus around factual recall of the key information from the specification Academies have uploaded the PowerPoint resources onto their website. This allows students to access them for revision or in case of absence. Parents and carers can also have access to the lessons so they are able to support their child at home. The homework sheets are easily uploaded to platforms such as Show My Homework so they can easily be accessed by students, parents and carers. This scheme of work maps directly to the Oxford OCR Gateway Chemistry textbook.

By super _boy

Chemical Reactions Revision Game (KS3)

Chemical Reactions Revision Game (KS3)

Have played this game with many classes and the students always love it. Instructions for students are on the ppt. It works like this:Print the questions onto different coloured card - assign a colour to each group in the class and cut them cards up so the questions are all separate and put them in piles for each colourStudents must answer the questions in their groups as fast as possible and then bring the question up to be marked Optional: can have 2 high ability students as the "Experts" who mark the questions using a mark schemeIf the question is correct they can get the next question from their colour pile If not, they have to take it back to their team and try to come up with the right answer. First team to answer all their questions wins

By ehhastings

AQA C3.2 Water Revision Sheet

AQA C3.2 Water Revision Sheet

This is for the OLD AQA chemistry course.On one side there are revision notes, and on the other revision questions!Covers:- Hard Water- Wasting Soap- Removal of Hardness- Water Treatment- Heating Hard Water- Fluoridation

By matthewgundry

AQA C3.3 Energy Calculations Revision Sheet

AQA C3.3 Energy Calculations Revision Sheet

This is for the OLD AQA chemistry course.On one side there are revision notes, and on the other revision questions!Covers:- Fuels and specific heat capacity- Energy Level Diagrams- Exo/Endothermic Reactions- Activation Energy- Bond Energies- Hydrogen Fuel Cells

By matthewgundry

AQA C3.4 Analysis and Synthesis Revision Sheets

AQA C3.4 Analysis and Synthesis Revision Sheets

This is for the OLD AQA chemistry course.Two sheets as I couldn't fit it all on one!On one side there are revision notes, and on the other revision questions!Covers:- Testing for Positive Ions- Testing for Negative Ions- Titrations- Titration Worked Example- Le Chatelier's Principle- Chemical Analysis- Making Ammonia- Economics of Haber Process

By matthewgundry

INVESTIGATING THE COPPER CONTENT OF BRASS SCREWS [CHEMISTRY A2]

INVESTIGATING THE COPPER CONTENT OF BRASS SCREWS [CHEMISTRY A2]

Extract: "Iodine/thiosulfate titrations can be used to determine the concentration of Cu2+ ions in a solution. The brass solution will be able made up into a solution, placed in the conical flask and dissolved in concentrated nitric acid and neutralised to form a Cu2+ (aq) ions. This is where the copper in brass is converted in a neutral solution containing Cu ions. The copper ions then react with Iodine ions (I-) to form a white precipitate of copper (I) iodide and a solution of iodine. The iodine produced in the mixture is then titrated with a standard solution of sodium thiosulfate (listed in the equipment.) You then carry out the relevant calculations to find out the percentage composition of Copper in the original brass alloy. To detect the end-point of the titration, you add small amounts of starch to form a deep blue-black colour that helps you identify a clear end-point colour. End point: all the iodine reacted & blue-black colour disappears. The chemistry on which this analysis of brass is based on redox titration; the relevant equations:"

By kurtisj

Science skills for year 6 and/ or year 7

Science skills for year 6 and/ or year 7

For year 6 students to teach them science skills, including how to carry out an experiment, hazard symbols, equipment names and how to draw them, table drawing etc. 10 weeks of lessons on PowerPoint and a booklet for them to use. Also useful for new year 7's first term in school.PLEASE CHANGE THE PICTURES AND NAME OF THE SCHOOL ON THE FIRST PAGE.

By wheeler6

Human Biology Bundle

Human Biology Bundle

This fantastic Bundle contains 8 separate resources: Organ Donation: *£1 from each purchase will go directly to charity*This is an 'excellent' lesson created for an external observation. Comprises of a PowerPoint complete with a link to a video relating to organ donation, quick fire round with three organs that are regularly donated that pupils have to label and an Organ Donation strength and weaknesses worksheet. To complete the lesson pupils have to weigh up their own opinion on organ donation.£1 from every purchase will be donated to Cruse Bereavement Care http://www.cruse.org.uk The Human Body-Organs: This is a kinaesthetic activity for pupils to colour and cut out the various organs of the human body and stick them in the correct place on an outline of a human body. Pupils may use this resource to label each item and it's specific function. The Nervous System: This is a full hour lesson consisting of a Bell Task-Give me 5 (Worksheet included), an information sheet on the Nervous System complete with diagrams of the brain and a neutron and an experiment to test sensitivity of the skin using a paper clip. The Digestive System: This PowerPoint is centred around the digestive system. Taking pupils through the process of digestion. This includes a literacy task based on the "Fantastic Journey" through the body. Included in this resource is a peer assessment worksheet for pupils to assess their peers on their literacy work. The Excretory System:This is an 'excellent' lesson created for an external observation. Comprises of a PowerPoint complete with a video link relating to the excretory system, a give me 5 bell task and pupils have a literacy exercise based on what life would be like with one kidney. The Human Body Cipart: ake this opportunity to grab yourself 14 doodles of the human body and its organs. All images are pgn (transparent background). Perfect for your resources. You can use these doodles in any of your commercial or personal resources, please do not sell them as is-you must use it within your own work.Should you require and custom doodle orders please do not hesitate to contact us! Rules for the Laboratory-Back to School: A presentation that takes pupils through the 10 rules for the lab. A great back to school refresher. Hazard Symbols: This lesson introduces pupils to signs and symbols, why we have them and specifically symbols that are found in the laboratory. Pupils are asked to look at every day symbols and their meanings and to discuss why we have symbols. They are then introduced to 9 hazard symbols and their meanings. This lesson comes with a blank hazard symbols mind map to complete during the lesson. They must then carryout research for homework and record it on this mind map (we print it onto A3 paper). In addition, there is a set of hazard flash cards for a recall and a doodle task. test can be printed and laminated for reuse. They are great for revision also!

By TeachElite