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My ISA Handbook AQA science controlled assessment

My ISA Handbook AQA science controlled assessment

This handbook is intended to prepare students for the challenges of a science controlled assessment through a range of activities that can be completed independently or in class. It includes a 'student speak' glossary and lots of challenging oppotunities for assessment for learning before you begin an ISA. It aims to provide an independent learning opportunity that reduces the amount of class time you need to spend on an ISA. Word file now added so you can customise to suit your centre.

By J-Rho

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Simplified Periodic Table

Simplified Periodic Table

I can never seem to find the right periodic table for my students so have made one ideal for KS3/4. Relative atomic mass is only measured to 1d.p. for elements such as Chlorine. Lanthinoids and Actinoides are ignored. Elements are not given capital letters. UK spelling. Relative atomic mass is shown above the chemical symbol. Includes livermorium and flerovium, moscovium etc. Colour coded groups. Groups 1-8 labelled.

By Rahmich

Rock Cycle worksheet

Rock Cycle worksheet

Worksheet with all rock formation processes depicted, pupils should use the suggested words to annotate the diagram. The words are accompanied by a Key to help guide the pupils.

By clairephilly

Reactivity series of metals

Reactivity series of metals

A detailed lesson presentation (42 slides) and accompanying worksheet that looks at the reactivity of metals and challenges students to use the results of displacement reactions to place metals into a reactivity series. The lesson begins by introducing/recapping on the meaning of a displacement reaction and showing students how this applies to metals. Instructions for the method of the reactions is provided so that students can investigate the reactivity of four metals. They are then asked to put the metals into the correct order of reactivity and to begin the reactivity series. Time is taken to show students how to complete word equations for these displacement reactions. Students will see that a non-metal, hydrogen, is found in the reactivity series and will learn how this relates to the reactions of metals with acids. There are progress checks throughout the lesson which enable the students to assess their understanding. This lesson has been written for GCSE students but could be used with more-able KS3 students who are learning about the topic of chemical reactions.

By GHScience

Concentration of solution

Concentration of solution

An informative and helpful lesson presentation (23 slides) and accompanying differentiated worksheets that guides students through how to calculate the concentration of a solution. The lesson begins by introducing students to the measurements that Chemists use for volumes (cubic centimetres and cubic decimetres) and showing the students how to convert between the two. Students will learn that there are two units for concentration and different calculations have to be done to get to the right answer, depending on the unit. A step by step guide is used to show the students how to tackle these questions before they will try some differentiated questions. There are progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding. This lesson was designed for GCSE students but is appropriate for use with AS level Chemistry students

By GHScience

Edexcel GCSE Combined Science Chemistry Unit "Ionic bonding"

Edexcel GCSE Combined Science Chemistry Unit "Ionic bonding"

This bundle of 7 lesson presentations and associated worksheets cover the majority of the key specification content found within the unit titled "Ionic bonding" in Chemistry Topic 1 (Key concepts in Chemistry) of the new EDEXCEL GCSE Combined Science 9-1 (1SC0) specification, for teaching from September 2016. The lesson presentations cover the majority of the content within the following teaching points: IONIC BONDING Formation of ionic bonds Ionic dot and cross diagrams Formation of an ion Naming compounds Structure of an ionic compound All of the lessons are detailed, engaging and differentiated and contain regular progress checks so that students can assess their understanding. It is estimated that this bundle would cover about 2-3 weeks worth of lessons

By GHScience

Edexcel GCSE Combined Science Chemistry Unit "Calculations using masses"

Edexcel GCSE Combined Science Chemistry Unit "Calculations using masses"

This bundle of 7 lesson presentations and associated worksheets cover the majority of the key specification content found within the unit titled "Calculations using masses" in Chemistry Topic 1 (Key concepts in Chemistry) of the new EDEXCEL GCSE Combined Science 9-1 (1SC0) specification, for teaching from September 2016. The lesson presentations cover the majority of the content within the following teaching points: CALCULATIONS USING MASSES Calculating relative formula mass Calculate the formulae of simple compounds Calculate the empirical formula The conservation of mass Calculating masses in reactions The concentration of solutions The mole Mole calculations All of the lessons are detailed, engaging and differentiated and contain regular progress checks so that students can assess their understanding. It is estimated that this bundle would cover about 2-3 weeks worth of lessons

By GHScience