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Titration Edexcel 9-1 Separate Science

Titration Edexcel 9-1 Separate Science

A lesson on titrations designed for the Edexcel 9-1 separate science specification. This resource includes three Power Points -- the first covers what titration is, what equipment is needed for titration and instructions on how to carry out a rough titration. The second Power Point is for a slow titration practical and the third Power Point goes over titration calculations based on exam questions.

By chemistryteacher001

Cracking Alkanes and Alkenes

Cracking Alkanes and Alkenes

Used for an observation This was aimed for a top set class but can be easily tailored for lower ability students. Contains past paper exam style questions and answers. Also attached are differentiated sheets to assist students with understanding the different methods of cracking (thermal / steam and catalytic). Animations included to assist visual learners. Research task designed to increase comprehension skills.

By Jubblord

GCSE Science PAG dice

GCSE Science PAG dice

A GCSE science revision PAG dice. This dice allows students to revise and understand all aspects of the PAGS for the new GCSE combined science OCR gateway 9-1.

By samprice4987

KS3 - Properties of solids, liquids and gases

KS3 - Properties of solids, liquids and gases

Powerpoint fully resourced. Just add a mixture of solid, liquid and gas materials/ bottle for the pupils to sort out. Then demonstrate the properties. I use hydrogen peroxide and manganese dioxide to produce a cloud of oxygen to demonstrate that gases can be stirred and poured. Syringes filled with solids, liquids and gases with their ends sealed help with the properties too.

By scienceatossma

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OCR Gateway A GCSE Chemistry Module C5:  Monitoring and controlling chemical reactions

OCR Gateway A GCSE Chemistry Module C5: Monitoring and controlling chemical reactions

This bundle of 13 lesson presentations and associated worksheets cover the majority of the key specification content found within Module C5 (Monitoring and controlling chemical reactions) of the new OCR Gateway A GCSE Chemistry 9-1 specification. The lesson presentations cover the majority of the content within the following teaching points: C5.1-Monitoring chemical reactions Theoretical yield Percentage yield and atom economy Concentration of solution Titration Titration calculations C5.2-Controlling reactions Rate of reaction Temperature and reaction rate Concentration and reaction rate Catalysts and reaction rate C5.3-Equilibria Reversible reactions Equilibrium position Choosing reaction conditions 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 over a month's worth of lessons

By GHScience

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Catalysts and the rate of reaction

Catalysts and the rate of reaction

A lesson presentation (26 slides) that looks at the meaning of the term catalyst and then explores how these substances affect the rate of reaction. The lesson begins by ensuring that the students know an accurate definition for a catalyst. Moving forwards, time is taken to recap on the meaning of activation energy and how this is shown on a reaction profile. Students are challenged to predict how a reaction profile (and the activation energy) would look different if a reaction involved a catalyst. Links to the collision theory are made. There is a practical method written into the lesson and scientific skills are checked at all times. This lesson has been written for GCSE students

By GHScience

Hypothesis Writing Worksheet

Hypothesis Writing Worksheet

Have your students learn how to write hypotheses in the If...Then... format using the independent and dependent variable. This worksheet walks students through the process of writing a hypothesis with examples and scaffolded exercises. An answer key is also included.

By TheTechSavvyScienceTeacher

Moles SOLO activity

Moles SOLO activity

Differentiated SOLO lesson based on moles. Includes, starter, main and plenary and includes extension activities

By vanessapatel