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Atomic structure, bonding and calculations

Atomic structure, bonding and calculations

A selection of over 20+ A level chemistry worksheets and fully complete answer sheets which cover atomic structure, bonding and chemical calculations. These worksheets provide a good range of practise for able A level students. They can be used in class, set for homework or they ample topic based questions for meaningful examination revision.
greenAPL
C5.2 Displacement Reactions

C5.2 Displacement Reactions

A lesson on displacement reactions 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
C5.1 The Reactivity Series

C5.1 The Reactivity Series

A lesson on the reactivity series 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
C1.2 Word and Chemical Equations

C1.2 Word and Chemical Equations

A lesson on word and chemical equations and task on balancing 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
Balancing Chemical Equations

Balancing Chemical Equations

This activity is the best method I've even found for helping students understand how to balance equations. In my experience, every child in the class, has been able to achieve success, even if it takes them longer than other. The activity requires at least a modest supply of molymod (or similar) atomic models. Two accompanying worksheets provide a structured opportunity to consolidate and stretch.
ironingboard
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
Ion Tests

Ion Tests

This lesson can be used as either revision or consolidation for the testing of ions section of the new GCSE. It takes the form of several case studies into contamination of land, the idea being that students will use the information provided, as well as their knowledge of ion tests to work out what each area of land has been contaminated with. For added literacy, students can produce a written report in the style of a chemical clean up company. The lesson contains: PowerPoint presentation linking lesson with the recent events in Texas following Hurricane Harvey. Contains a link to an NPR interview. Six short statements from fictional people about the issues they are experiencing. Information packs regarding potential contaminants. 'Test Request' forms where they have to explain why they want each test, and what they would expect to see were the test positive. Ion test result sheets (these can be substituted with blank tables and student provided with 'samples' for them to perform their own tests). Please be aware, only five of the six case studies will have tests that produce positive results. The sixth case study contamination would not produce a positive result for any of the tests, but by using those negative results, in conjunction with the information given, it would be possible to deduce the most likely contaminant. Some case studies will give positives for more than one ion as a result of a (potentially identifiable) salt being present, although the case study will not necessarily show evidence of both ion contaminants.
CAllan1855
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
Rates of reaction, Titration, Spectator Ions and Moles Revision

Rates of reaction, Titration, Spectator Ions and Moles Revision

Please find attached all of the revision materials for this revision lesson. There are 4 topic folders: 1. Rates of Reactions with the worksheets Changes to the rate of reaction and Reaction rate notes. 2. Ionic Equations. Ionic bonding worksheet (not made by me) and writing ionic equations. 3. Moles. Activity 3 mole activity and calculations Help Sheet Worked Examples 4. Acids and Bases Spectator Ions and Titration calculations Spectator Ions Help Sheet CRIB Sheet for the titration calculations (not mine) Along with Lesson Plan, plenary exam Qs, starter prompt questions and timers with the PowerPoint.
Purepoise
Chemistry Calculations Grid

Chemistry Calculations Grid

A revision grid covering various chemical calculation topics. Including: relative formula mass, moles, calculation concentration/volume, empirical formulae, gas volumes, titration calculations and balanced equations. This was made for an iGCSE chemistry class, but most content is applicable for AQA and Edexcel GCSE. Would also be suited to an AS chemistry recap for amount of substance.
mba10rd
Revision starter/plenary - GCSE Bonding - What type of bond is it?

Revision starter/plenary - GCSE Bonding - What type of bond is it?

A fun starter/plenary activity for learners. Go through the PowerPoint and learners will say what type of bond it is (ionic, covalent or metallic) and why. I have put in a couple of slides of James Bond to make them giggle. This worked really well when I covered a C10 revision class and we instantly started to develop a positive relationship. I used white boards and they wrote down what they thought the answer was in groups. Thanks!
gumgamble