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Solids liquids and Gasses - recap

Solids liquids and Gasses - recap

I made this for the beginning of a new chemistry unit for my year 9 class. It is intended to be used as a recap for students who studied SLG’s and atoms in year 7 or 8. Lesson includes a PowerPoint presentation with accompanying notes and an opportunity for numeracy when looking at the scale of atoms and converting into standard form. The lesson is designed to cover the following learning objectives: • Recall the structure of an atom • Predict the states of different substances at different temperatures • Evaluate the effectiveness of the particle model.
mrnicholls
Metals and Oxygen

Metals and Oxygen

KS3 Activate 2 module 'Metals and Acids’ Llesson ready to use straight ‘out of the box’. Similar structure to my other power points following the input - activity - review phasing Plenary section for progress checking Clear learning objectives and outcomes Modern and engaging layout Little adaptation needed Please leave some constructive feedback :D
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Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physic) Checksheets_KS3 with bits of GCSE 2

Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physic) Checksheets_KS3 with bits of GCSE 2

Checklists for KS3 unit The checklist covers a variety of Biology, Chemistry and Physic units. The checklists help students prepare for GCSE’s Helps to ensure staff within the department of teaching similar material. Units: Forces, light, rocks, Heart, lungs, respiration, sound, reactions, metal oxides, rates of reactions, energy transfer Can be adapted if needed
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Chromium Chemistry revision mind map

Chromium Chemistry revision mind map

A mind map to help A-Level students revise or learn the chemistry of Chromium complexes and oxidation reduction reactions. One file has the mind map with blanks for the students to fill in so that they can learn from it. The other file has all the answers written in for your reference or to give straight to students if you like. Originally designed for Edexcel A-Level, but will work for any other spec that has Chromium in.
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AQA GCSE Chemistry - Polymer properties and their disposal methods.

AQA GCSE Chemistry - Polymer properties and their disposal methods.

Resource contains a presentation with information regarding the properties of polymers as well as methods to dispose of them. Very useful for GCSE KS4 students doing AQA. Also contains task sheets for students to complete in lesson. Task sheet 1: Information and table given for advantages/disadvantages of disposal methods Task sheet 2: Matching polymers to their properties
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AQA GCSE Chemistry - States of Matter and State Symbols. Specification code 4.2.2.

AQA GCSE Chemistry - States of Matter and State Symbols. Specification code 4.2.2.

This resource contains a presentation with all the information that KS4 GCSE chemistry students must know on States of Matter and State Symbols according to the AQA GCSE specification. There are a large number of activities within the presentation itself. These include: Predicting the states of substances at different temperatures given appropriate data explaining the different temperatures at which changes of state occur in terms of energy transfers and types of bonding Explaining (HT only) the limitations of the particle theory in relation to changes of state when particles are represented by solid inelastic spheres which have no forces between them. On top of this there are also task sheets included in the resource: Task sheet 1: Describing the states of matter using key terminology Task sheet 2: A self-made long answer question with a mark scheme associated with it
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AQA GCSE Chemistry - Nanoparticles. Designed to cover all points in the specification (4.2.4).

AQA GCSE Chemistry - Nanoparticles. Designed to cover all points in the specification (4.2.4).

This resource contains a presentation with all of the information that KS4 GCSE chemistry students are required to learn on nanoparticles. This includes: 4.2.4.1 Sizes of particles and their properties And 4.2.4.2 Uses of nanoparticles Also included within this resource are task sheets that the students can complete. Task sheet 1: Card sort activity to determine the functions of different types of nanoparticles Task sheet 2: Comparing the advantages and disadvantages of using nanoparticles Exam style questions can be used to supplement the resources already present but are not included here to avoid any breach of T&Cs.
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