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Organic Chemistry Extended Project

Organic Chemistry Extended Project

Allows pupils to research properties of alcohols, carboxylic acids and esters and how their uses link to these properties. It then allows them to design their own product using the properties. Usually takes around 3 lessons or can be completed as a summer homework.
chemistrygleek
States of Matter GCSE Work Book

States of Matter GCSE Work Book

This is a workbook I designed to cover the topic States of Matter. It covers the content required by the new curriculum. There are exam questions in the booklet that students can answer independently using the information given. I had usd phonics for any difficult words to pronounce.
K22ryw
CC16c The alkan homologous series

CC16c The alkan homologous series

Resources based on the new edexcel (9-1) specification. Includes power points for 9 lessons from this unit of work. This lesson requires no additional worksheets although the edexcel worksheets could be used to support the lesson Starter: Exam question on slide which pupils have key words for. This is then modelled on powerpoint. Main: pupils learn what is a homologous series, the formula for alkanes and then do some graph work. This is followed by some exam style questions on the powerpoint. Also uses some question to apply it to another homologous series Plenary: quick sum up of lesson
leadscienceguy11
Manufacturing Industry Bundle (29 Slides + 7 Worksheets with over 90+ Questions!)

Manufacturing Industry Bundle (29 Slides + 7 Worksheets with over 90+ Questions!)

A compact classroom consisting of 29 Slides and 7 Worksheets with over 90+ questions including all chapters related to manufacturing industry such as the manufacturing process of ammonia and its uses (Haber Process), sulfuric acid and its daily uses (Contact Process) and manufacturing nitric acid (Ostwald Process), calculating the composition of nitrogen in fertilisers and determining the quality of the fertiliser, aterial science, the understanding and application of alloys, composition of alloys, advantages of alloys, differences of glass and ceramics, composition of glass and ceramics, advantages of glass and ceramics, types of polymerisation, benefits of polymers, source of polymers and monomers, environmental issues of polymers and solutions, advantages of composite materials, types and applications of composite materials. Content is suitable for 3-4 consecutive lessons. Suited for students in KS4.
will2share_kam
Manufacturing Industry Lesson Slides (29 Slides)

Manufacturing Industry Lesson Slides (29 Slides)

A compact lesson slide consisting of 29 Slides including all chapters related to manufacturing industry such as the manufacturing process of ammonia and its uses (Haber Process), sulfuric acid and its daily uses (Contact Process) and manufacturing nitric acid (Ostwald Process), calculating the composition of nitrogen in fertilisers and determining the quality of the fertiliser, aterial science, the understanding and application of alloys, composition of alloys, advantages of alloys, differences of glass and ceramics, composition of glass and ceramics, advantages of glass and ceramics, types of polymerisation, benefits of polymers, source of polymers and monomers, environmental issues of polymers and solutions, advantages of composite materials, types and applications of composite materials. Content is suitable for 3-4 consecutive lessons. Suited for students in KS4.
will2share_kam
Material Science Worksheet (Alloys, Glass, Ceramics, Polymers and Composite Materials)

Material Science Worksheet (Alloys, Glass, Ceramics, Polymers and Composite Materials)

3 Worksheets consisting over 40 questions related to material science, with questions testing on the understanding and application of alloys, composition of alloys, advantages of alloys, differences of glass and ceramics, composition of glass and ceramics, advantages of glass and ceramics, types of polymerisation, benefits of polymers, source of polymers and monomers, environmental issues of polymers and solutions, advantages of composite materials, types and applications of composite materials. Suited for students in KS4.
will2share_kam
Benzene cue cards

Benzene cue cards

A collection of more than 100 cue cards on the Structure and reactions of Benzene. Suitable for the new A-Level 2015 syllabuses. Each cue card has a question with the answer on the back. An excellent revision resource for students, takes just 5 minutes to print out the cards and cut them up.
polarity24
Chemistry December Starters Christmas Advent Calendar Tasks (Y13)

Chemistry December Starters Christmas Advent Calendar Tasks (Y13)

Hyperlinked powerpoint for starters throughout December. Topics include: Rates (inc. Arrhenius and RDS), Equilibria, Acids and Bases, Ionisation energy, Bonding, Organic chemistry (carbonyls), Moles and more...! (Even split between Y12 revision and early Y13 content). All slides have decorated fairy light GIF banners, and Christmas bauble ppt timers! Starter tasks used can be found on the Royal Society of Chemistry Website, worksheets including answers attached for use with the interactive powerpoint.
TFFTResources
C1/C2/C3 - Introduction to Chemistry

C1/C2/C3 - Introduction to Chemistry

GCSE Unit of Work (Chemistry) Following the AQA GCSE Chemistry syllabus. 19 X Quality Assured 60 minute lessons, including the following: - Fully differentiated content - Lesson objectives covering grades 2-9 (and above for some lessons). - Exam questions - Activities and worksheets Lessons include; Atomic Structure, Atoms, Elements and Compounds, Covalent Bonding, Period Table, Electronic Structures, Giant Covalent Structures, Giant Ionic Structures, Alkali Metals, Halogens, History of the Atom, Ionic Bonding, Ions, Atoms and Isotopes, Metallic Bonding, Periodicity, Separating Techniques, States of Matter and others... Bundle also contains Medium Term Plan and Knowledge Organiser Pages *These lessons have been observed and have been graded outstanding by ALP and LPs*
TOddy2016
C3.8 Fullerenes and Graphene

C3.8 Fullerenes and Graphene

An introductory lesson on fullerenes and graphene pitched at GCSE level. Content is based upon the AQA GCSE Chemistry syllabus. Lesson is fully differentiated and contains the following: Lesson objectives, notes, tasks and exam questions.
TOddy2016
C3.7 Giant Covalent Structures

C3.7 Giant Covalent Structures

A lesson on giant covalent structures pitched at GCSE level. Content is based upon the AQA GCSE Chemistry syllabus. Lesson is fully differentiated and contains the following: Lesson objectives, notes, tasks and exam questions.
TOddy2016
AQA GCSE Chemistry Organic Chemistry worksheets and activities

AQA GCSE Chemistry Organic Chemistry worksheets and activities

A series of work sheets covering Topic 7 - Organic chemistry for the new Chemistry GCSE. Some worksheets are structured notes sheets requiring students to fill in gaps (structures, equations, diagrams) whilst others are associated tasks to follow these notes sheets. Some of the question and task sheets are supplied as 4 copies to a page to help with photocopying costs. The notes sheets could be completed as a booklet. I have used these by discussing the material and drawing on a whiteboard. Students have then annotated and highlighted the sheets and added diagrams etc. This is aimed at students completing GCSE Chemistry at higher tier entry (grades 4-9)
MSKS2017