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AQA Combined Science - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword Higher (with answers)

AQA Combined Science - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword Higher (with answers)

A useful revision activity/worksheet covering all quantitative chemistry for chemistry in combined science. This is for higher tier only. Questions are asked on the following: Relative formula mass Relative atomic mass Moles from masses Masses from moles Concentration (g/dm3) Balanced equations Masses from balanced equations Ideal for middle/high ability students who have studied this topic. Some questions are a little more challenging and there are a few synoptic styled questions. Students should be able to identify any errors if down and across answers do not match. I have provided answers, I hope they are all correct, please let me know if not! I have also made one of these for chemistry only (higher) and combined science (foundation).
mba10rd
AQA Combined Science - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword Foundation (with answers)

AQA Combined Science - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword Foundation (with answers)

A useful revision activity/worksheet covering all quantitative chemistry for chemistry in combined science. This is for foundation tier only. Questions are asked on the following: Relative formula mass Relative atomic mass Concentration (g/dm3) Ideal for low middle/low ability students who have studied this topic. Some questions are a little more challenging and there are a few synoptic styled questions. Students should be able to identify any errors if down and across answers do not match. I have provided answers, I hope they are all correct, please let me know if not! I have also made one of these for chemistry only (higher) and combined science (higher).
mba10rd
AQA GCSE Chemistry - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword (with answers)

AQA GCSE Chemistry - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword (with answers)

A useful revision activity/worksheet covering all quantitative chemistry. Questions are asked on the following: Balanced equations Atom economy Percentage yield Gas Volumes Concentration/volumes of solutions Relative formula mass Relative atomic mass Maximum mass Moles from mass Mass from moles Summaries lots of content in a more fun way, without the repetitive nature that often bores them. Students should be able to identify their own mistakes if down and across answers do not match. This is only suitable for chemistry GCSE, not combined. It is ideal for mid-high ability students. I have provided answers, I hope they are all correct, please let me know if not!
mba10rd
Development of the periodic table

Development of the periodic table

4.1.2.2 GCSE Chemistry/5.1.1.2 Combined Science Development of the Periodic Table Independent research task where students find out how the modern day periodic table was developed using a timeline . Students will need a textbook or other supporting resource. Extension activity that requires the students to consider the discovery elements discovered in the last 20 years.
theshoogliepeg
Fortnite Revision Lesson

Fortnite Revision Lesson

Teacher Notes: This is designed to be a revision/end of year lesson. The aim of the game is to collect as much loot as possible and at the end of the game sell it for as many Vbucks (Fortnite currency) as possible. All you are required to do is add questions on slide 5, 6, 7, 8 and the supply drop questions. You can prepare as many ’knock’ questions as you wish.
hannah_durham
AQA GCSE Chemistry (8462) Notes - Topic One: The Atom, seperating substances, ETC....

AQA GCSE Chemistry (8462) Notes - Topic One: The Atom, seperating substances, ETC....

All topics here cover the entire first unit of GCSE Chemistry (8462) for AQA. The writing style is clear and the presentation is crisp, allowing ease of teaching and/or revision as this as a companion resource. Certainly, it is applicable to any board, but I specifically tailored these resources to the AQA specification points. Required practicals and areas of interest/ of particular importance are made clear for any student, enabling the development to the higher level of work. Mathematical applications are present where appropriate and a required practical method is given in full detail, ready for the exam.
wordmonster
New 2018 GCSE Chemistry calculations summary poster

New 2018 GCSE Chemistry calculations summary poster

I made this resource to be printed and stuck into the front of every pupil’s exercise book, but will also enlarge to A3 to display on the wall. Covers all of the following GCSE Chemistry calculations : Surface area : volume ratio molar calculations (from mass and concentration) Reacting masses Rf values No neutrons Calculating RAM Calculating Mr % Yield % atom economy Converting concentrations from g/dm3 to mol/dm3 Rate of reaction including using graphs Change in energy of reaction using bond energies
gibboali
Chemistry Paper 3 Crosswords - EDEXCEL GCSE (9-1) Combined Science

Chemistry Paper 3 Crosswords - EDEXCEL GCSE (9-1) Combined Science

These resources are excellent revision tools for students to use at home or in class. Great for fast finishers and students who have difficulty learning the huge amount of terminology required for exams. The puzzles come with answer sheets and word clouds to assist those who have low self confidence and might need some help getting started.
missalexandralewis
Photographs of Scientific equipment

Photographs of Scientific equipment

The file contains 8 pictures of common equipment used in general investigations and 2 line diagrams showing these items. This is useful as a literacy resource in science lessons.
sxhudson
Model Answers for AQA 9-1 Yr 10 Required Practicals

Model Answers for AQA 9-1 Yr 10 Required Practicals

This is a set of model answers for the Yr 10 required practicals on the new AQA 9-1 course. Each write-up includes hypotheses, method, results, graphs (if applicable), conclusion and evaluation. Excellent to use for Peer/Self Assessment, saving you hours of marking time. If you have any suggestions about other improvements or alternative methods which could be added that would be greatly appreciated. They have already been successfully used within my department.
clarealea1
FULL booklet for all Scientific method work you will ever need!

FULL booklet for all Scientific method work you will ever need!

This is a 44+ page booklet with all you need to go through the scientific method. It has Notes, theory, examples, questions, review tasks, graphs, tables, conclusions and everything in between! I have made this for my Yr 9 students as an introduction from middle school but would work equally well with Yr8 and even Yr 10 students dependent upon ability. Covers scientific method-hypothesis and prediction-variables from basic IV/DV/CV as well as discrete and continuous-method writing and evaluation-results table design and use with anomolies and averages-graphing including bar charts and line graphs-conclusions and ext work on describing graphs (DO be careful on formatting it is all set up for my ICT system but may need little tweak for different versions of word) Enjoy
iandavies554
AQA 9-1 Chemistry C1,C2,C3,C4 New to teaching resource pack

AQA 9-1 Chemistry C1,C2,C3,C4 New to teaching resource pack

A truly vast PowerPoint for use with aqa chemistry/trilogy chemistry (8462/8464). Intended to help teachers new to the 9-1 aqa chemistry course get through the first few chapters of the new course: ideally you would read through the relevant slides, and cut and paste as necessary to help build your own lessons to save time on planning at the most stressful time of the year. Some parts are just text: you may wish to source your own images. Covers just about everything in the first four chapters in excruciating detail Contains loads of practice questions with model answers High context language for EAL learners Written with grade 9 and A-level in mind (See about page for more information) This collates the other 2 PowerPoints on my profile, with a few minor corrections, so you only need download this one (older computers may struggle to load this). Note: as this constitutes my parting gift to UK teaching, it is unlikely to be updated further, but if you find any glaring errors, leave a comment and I will fix them. I hope you find this free document useful.
Metalfish
Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) starter pack

Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) starter pack

This was created for the Edexcel EPQ from scratch, however can easily be adapted for AQA. Includes; EPQ 1 year plan/calendar. Handbook for students. ‘Role of the Supervisor’ guidance Taster lesson for Y11 or Y12 Summer transition work.
Findlotte
Hazard Symbol Taboo

Hazard Symbol Taboo

Plenary- Works like the game taboo. Cards face down, students take turns in selecting a card and describing the hazard symbol without using any of the words on the card to the group for them to guess.
georgiahiom
OCR Chemistry Revision Mat 9-1 (pgs 1 - 35)

OCR Chemistry Revision Mat 9-1 (pgs 1 - 35)

Hi all! This is a revision mat I created to help my students summarise their work bit by bit to try to keep them on top of the enormous content of the new 9-1 2016 curriculum. Hopefully it will help with revision as it is a great little activity. I contains a mixture of diagrams, calculations, questions, definitions, formulae that are needed and a touch of fun. I will be adding further resources as I create them, this one goes up to page 35 of the OCR textbook. Keep me posted on how it goes! :-)
tlandsberg
Collecting gases/ rates of reaction required practical

Collecting gases/ rates of reaction required practical

A booklet for carrying out the AQA required practical ‘collecting gases’ from the rates of reaction unit for AQA trilogy/ It contains a method, results table and tasks for the students to carry out. Also includes a set of data for students to use if they do not manage to collect valid results.
sebharte
Graphene and the fullerenes

Graphene and the fullerenes

A fully-resourced lesson that looks at a number of the allotropes of carbon which need to be known for GCSE Science. The lesson includes an engaging lesson presentation (40 slides) and associated worksheets. The lesson begins by recalling the definition of an allotrope. Students are then introduced to graphene and will understand how this is related to graphite and know the properties of these two materials that are shared. Time is taken to ensure that students can explain why graphene is able to conduct electricity. Moving forwards, students will meet the family of allotropes known as the fullerenes and will see some important details about a few of these. This lesson has been written for students studying GCSE (14 - 16 year olds in the UK).
GJHeducation
Apologia Exploring Creation With Chemistry 3rd Edition Lapbook Journal

Apologia Exploring Creation With Chemistry 3rd Edition Lapbook Journal

Lapbook Journals are designed to bring a more hands on learning aspect to all levels of Apologia science. This product includes 597 pages of helpful and organized tools for improved retention of this challenging topic. You choose which pages to use! Journal pages featuring decorative borders and eye pleasing graphics are included for all of the “On your Own” questions. These are helpful and save time because the student doesn’t have to re-write the questions, and the journal pages can be easily organized into 3-ring binders. Review Questions for each module are represented in 2 formats, for the student to decide which to use. He may choose the journaling pages for these questions OR these questions may be completed on colorful booklets which each student can cut out and assemble. Practice Problem Questions are represented in journaling pages as well, so that the student has neatly organized space for each question. The Lab Report pages are partially completed with the list of materials, complete instructions and procedures. They provide a consistent and orderly means of recording the outcome of each lab studied. We have also developed Vocabulary Flash Cards to correlate with this book, and they are sold separately. This ebook format includes a downloadable PDF file. Just follow the instructions to create your own Lapbook Journal. Print as many as you need for your household.
KnowledgeBoxCentral
Concentration of solutions

Concentration of solutions

A fully-resourced lesson that teaches students how to calculate the concentration of a solution in the units grams per decimetres cubed and mol per decimetre cubed. The lesson includes a concise but detailed lesson presentation (20 slides) and a set of differentiated questions. The lesson begins by introducing students to volumes in decimetres cubed and time is taken to ensure that students are able to convert to this measurement. Moving forwards, students are guided through how to calculate the concentration in both units through the use of worked examples. Differentiated questions are available so that all abilities can access the work. This lesson has been written for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds in the UK) but could be used with students who are beginning their A level Chemistry studies
GJHeducation
Equilibrium & Le Chatelier's Principle - AQA Chemistry/Trilogy

Equilibrium & Le Chatelier's Principle - AQA Chemistry/Trilogy

In this pack you can find a powerpoint and three worksheets on Equilibrium, designed for the new specification AQA Chemistry and Trilogy specifications. Files include: Powerpoint (with detailed animations to address common misconceptions, and animated answers to the practice questions) Worksheet 1 - Conditions effecting equilibria Worksheet 2 - Advanced practice questions Worksheet 3 - Overall AfL for end of lesson application. Mark schemes.
lewistull
Maths in Science CPD

Maths in Science CPD

Agenda, PowerPoint and recources for a joint departmental CPD session for your mathematics and science departments. Explore the new Maths in Science requirements for GCSE as well as problem solving skills, in order to benefit both departments.
Lathan_92
STEM club- Borax Free Slime Recipes

STEM club- Borax Free Slime Recipes

Borax free slime recipes that can be used in STEM clubs or fun science lessons. Includes lesson plan, equipment list and recipe for each slime variation and colouful student instruction sheet Seven different slime recipes
marissa03
Life Cycle Assessment LCA - AQA Chemistry

Life Cycle Assessment LCA - AQA Chemistry

Includes and animated powerpoint with starter, tasks and end of lesson quiz + 4 worksheets. This powerpoint covers the stages of an LCA for paper vs plastic objects and gets students to think about the questions they must ask themselves about each stage of a product’s life. Tailored for the AQA Chemistry and combined science trilogy specifications. Kind regards, Lewis
lewistull
STEM club schemes of work bundle

STEM club schemes of work bundle

Twelve themed schemes of work that can be used in STEM clubs or for fun science lessons. All practical lessons. Each scheme of work contains a number of lessons based around that theme that can be carried out over a number of weeks. for each lesson in each scheme of work there is a lesson plan which lists all equipment needed,how to set up and how to carry out the activity. and a colouful student instruction sheet which can be printed off and laminated or displayed on the board once upon a STEM star wars STEM christmas STEM easter STEM colour and fun themed STEM STEM the science of food valentines themed STEM Cosmetics themed STEM STEM practical challenges STEM Scavenger hunt Borax free slime recipes Bubble themed scheme of work
marissa03
PARTICLES AND CONSERVATION OF MASS IN PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHANGES

PARTICLES AND CONSERVATION OF MASS IN PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHANGES

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
pmharris
Chemistry Practice Essentials

Chemistry Practice Essentials

This growing bundle includes every chemistry practice product in my store as of July 2018. 15 of the 16 products include answer keys. More information about each can be found in the individual product descriptions in my store. See it on TpT Visit my TpT store to see individual products included in this bundle
integrationscience
Famous SCIENTISTS Top Stars Card Game set of 27 Science Biology Physics End of Term Activity

Famous SCIENTISTS Top Stars Card Game set of 27 Science Biology Physics End of Term Activity

Set of 27 Famous SCIENTISTS Top Stars cards. Students choose a category and if theirs is higher than their friends’, they keep the played cards. Useful to give them a background of some of the main names in the field from the past and present. Includes a page of ‘backs’ so you can print back to back, double sided. They should print out the correct size for the smaller laminaing pouch card sizes if you wanted to laminate them. Could also be printed larger for posters. Publisher and Pdf files included. Useful as a starter or end activity.
mikedean