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GCSE chemistry: Electrolysis and half equations lesson (AQA and Edexcel focus)

GCSE chemistry: Electrolysis and half equations lesson (AQA and Edexcel focus)

Groups work where students build a model of what happens at the electrodes, in stages, and then photographs each stage (example included at the end of the PowerPoint). This is to help them visualise how to build half equations.The student writes up their work, using their photographs, for homework. I got my students to put their home work on a revision card for them to keep for mocks and GCSE. The lesson and resources are differentiated to three levels of difficulty.
LawrenceL
KS4 C8.1.2 Rate of reactions: effect of surface area

KS4 C8.1.2 Rate of reactions: effect of surface area

https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/matthewharman777 Be weird, be funny, be gross, have fun, play, stick to your routines and find that little spark of madness we all have and electrocute the class with it! My style of teaching isn’t for everyone, I’m a dyslexic teacher who’s heard it all, my lessons are all catered towards accessibility (because if they were not I’d never be able to read them myself). Everything is short sharp and to the point, I don’t believe in endless writing, reams of printing, spoon feeding diagrams or pointless activities. Every minute matters! Be sure to check out all my other resources, as a personal goal I intend to share all my resources at least once because hey, the government isn’t going to make it easier and we both know you are reading this way outside of your work hours. Enjoy, comment or rate if you can, but most of all hang in there, they need you way more than you realise!
matthewharman777
KS4 C8.4 Rate of reaction: the effect of concentration and pressure

KS4 C8.4 Rate of reaction: the effect of concentration and pressure

https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/matthewharman777 Be weird, be funny, be gross, have fun, play, stick to your routines and find that little spark of madness we all have and electrocute the class with it! My style of teaching isn’t for everyone, I’m a dyslexic teacher who’s heard it all, my lessons are all catered towards accessibility (because if they were not I’d never be able to read them myself). Everything is short sharp and to the point, I don’t believe in endless writing, reams of printing, spoon feeding diagrams or pointless activities. Every minute matters! Be sure to check out all my other resources, as a personal goal I intend to share all my resources at least once because hey, the government isn’t going to make it easier and we both know you are reading this way outside of your work hours. Enjoy, comment or rate if you can, but most of all hang in there, they need you way more than you realise!
matthewharman777
AQA required practical combined Chemistry tracker

AQA required practical combined Chemistry tracker

Check out my other resources at: www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/mr_science Simple tracker sheet designed to be stuck into students practical book. It also links the practical to where information can be found in the kerboodle textbook.
mr_science
AQA required practical Chemistry tracker

AQA required practical Chemistry tracker

Check out my other resources at: www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/mr_science Simple tracker sheet designed to be stuck into students practical book. It also links the practical to where information can be found in the kerboodle textbook.
mr_science
KS4 GCSE Chemistry (Science) Electrolysis Bundle

KS4 GCSE Chemistry (Science) Electrolysis Bundle

This resource is a bundle of lessons covering the electrolysis section of the 2015 AQA Chemistry specification. This bundle includes lessons on: 1: Acids & alkalies (students need to be aware of how they form ions) 2: Basic electrolysis 3: Electrolysis of aluminium 4: Electrolysis of brine 5: Electrolysis of water 6: A revision lesson Thanks for looking
chalky1234567
KS4 AQA GCSE Chemistry (Science) Electrolysis of Water Lesson

KS4 AQA GCSE Chemistry (Science) Electrolysis of Water Lesson

This resource is a lesson with activities covering the electrolysis of water content of the 2015 AQA Chemistry specification. This resource includes: 1: A power point to lead students through the lesson 2: A starter game to remind students what they have already covered on electrolysis 3: A SPAG activity 4: A modelling activity 5: A 6 mark plenary question Thanks for looking
chalky1234567
New KS4 GCSE Chemistry (Science) States of Matter Lesson

New KS4 GCSE Chemistry (Science) States of Matter Lesson

This resource is a lesson with activities covering the states of matter content in the 2015 AQA Chemistry specification. This resource includes: 1: A power point to lead students through the lesson 2: A literacy starter game 3: A modelling states of matter activity 4: A micro-teaching activity 5: A 6 mark plenary question Thanks for looking
chalky1234567
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
Colour  Art and Science. A STEAM resource

Colour Art and Science. A STEAM resource

This resource provides information on colour. The fact sheets cover colour from both a science and art point of view. A useful hand out for art and science students, providing background information.
StartEducation
Soil Testing and Profile Worksheets with Symbol and Word Grids - SEN or Lower Ability

Soil Testing and Profile Worksheets with Symbol and Word Grids - SEN or Lower Ability

5 sheets in total based around soil profiles and testing soil. 2 X symbolised worksheets. 1 X higher ability worksheet. 2 X symbolised word grids to support. Both word grids include small extension tasks. Worksheets include optional assessment slips and areas for: Name, date, subject, learning objective, grouping, level of help, on/off task, feedback given/not given, comments, pupil/teacher view on how they found the task.
AMPickin