Bonding & Structure

Bonding & Structure

Lesson resources for the ‘Amount of Substance’ unit (OCR Chemistry A) which includes: Ionic Bonding Ionic Compound Properties Covalent Bonding Dative Bonding and Covalent Properties Molecular Shapes Bond Polarity Intermolecular Forces and Simple Lattices Hydrogen Bonding All PowerPoints start with a short quiz to help gauge understanding at the start and most tasks are differentiated by choice.
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CRACKING hydrocarbons

CRACKING hydrocarbons

A fully-resourced lesson which looks at the chemical reaction of cracking and the conditions that are needed for this reaction on both an industrial scale and in a laboratory. The lesson includes an engaging lesson presentation (33 slides) and an associated worksheet containing questions for a progress check. The lesson begins by challenging the students to use their knowledge of alkanes and a given example to work out the name of a 6, 7 and 8 carbon alkane. Students need to be able to name the alkanes and alkenes in order to understand the products of a cracking reaction. A number of quiz competitions are used to introduce both the name of the reaction but also the temperature that is needed when it is carried out on an industrial scale. Students will then be shown a diagram of a cracking experiment in a laboratory so they can discover that a catalyst is also needed. Students will learn, either through carrying out the experiment or through the informative slide, that the product of a cracking reaction is a smaller alkane molecule and a smaller alkene molecule. Time is taken to go back over the meaning of saturated and unsaturated and once the students have been introduced to bromine water, they are challenged to work out what the respective reactions will be when it is added to an alkane and an alkene. The remainder of the lesson focuses on writing word and chemical symbol equations for a cracking reaction. Students will be shown how the second product of a reaction can be worked out when the reactant and first product are provided and then they challenge themselves by trying to write three equations. Understanding checks are written into the lesson at regular places to allow the students to check on their understanding. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students.
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Covalent DOT AND CROSS DIAGRAMS

Covalent DOT AND CROSS DIAGRAMS

A concise lesson presentation (21 slides) which uses a range of methods to allow students to discover how to draw dot and cross diagrams for covalent structures. The lesson begins by challenging the students to recall their knowledge of electronic structure to show the outer shell of two specified atoms. They will then see how it is possible for both of these atoms to get full outer shells by sharing as happens in this type of bonding. A few more examples are used to consolidate this understanding before quick competition is used to check the understanding so far. Moving forwards, a step by step guide shows students how to draw dot and cross diagrams using the same techniques as was utilised with the hulas. This lesson has been written for GCSE students but could be used with higher ability KS3 students.
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Fractional distillation of crude oil

Fractional distillation of crude oil

An engaging lesson presentation (46 slides) which looks at the fractional distillation of crude oil and focuses on the properties of the different fractions. The aim at the start of the lesson is to ensure that students understand that this process can be broken down into evaporation followed by condensation. Moving forwards, a fun competition is used to introduce the students to the names of some of the important fractions that are produced by this process. At the same time, they will learn the relative position that each fraction condenses on the fractionating column and will be taught that they need to know this position with relation to the other fractions. Students will learn that the fractions have differing properties depending on where they condense and they are challenged to compare fractions by viscosity, length of hydrocarbon and boiling point. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson to allow the students to check on their understanding. This lesson has been written for GCSE students.
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Polymers

Polymers

A concise lesson presentation (19 slides) which looks at meaning of the key term, polymers, and briefly explores addition and condensation polymers. The lesson begins with a fun exercise to enable students to come up with the word polymers so that they can be introduced to the definition and then relate this to another term, monomers. A quiz competition is used to introduce addition and condensation polymers. Students are shown the displayed formulae and names of a few addition polymers and then challenged to use this to name and draw some others. They will then learn how DNA is an example of a condensation polymer. A set homework is included in the lesson which gets students to research thermosetting and thermosoftening polymers
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KS3 CHEMISTRY INTERACTIVE REVISION QUIZ

KS3 CHEMISTRY INTERACTIVE REVISION QUIZ

This resource contain a set of 20 pages of interactive quizzes in power-point format. It covers random questions in KS3 chemistry standard. It’s a good resource for facilitating cooperative learning and a wonderful resource for keeping students engaged in a fun way as the revise general KS3 chemistry concept. Teachers can engage the students in game mode in the classroom by having students come to the hot seat to answer the interactive quiz. An awesome way to set your classroom on fun-fire.
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Calculating masses in reactions

Calculating masses in reactions

A fully-resourced lesson which guides students through using moles to calculate the mass of a substance in a reaction. The lesson includes a detailed lesson presentation (22 slides) and associated worksheets which are used to check the skills and understanding of the students. The lesson begins by introducing the students to the three steps involved in a calculating mass question. These skills include calculating the relative formula mass and identifying molar ratios in equations to calculate amounts so time is taken to recap on how this is done before students are given the opportunity to try some progress check questions. A worked example brings these three steps together to guide the students to the final answer. The final task involves 4 questions where students are challenged to apply their new-found knowledge. This lesson has been written for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds in the UK)
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The Haber Process

The Haber Process

A fully-resourced lesson which looks at the gaseous reversible reaction known as the Haber Process and then explores and explains why the specific conditions are chosen for this reaction. The lesson includes a detailed lesson presentation (29 slides) and associated worksheets which are differentiated. The lesson begins by challenging the students to use a description of the reaction to complete the balanced symbol equation. A quiz competition involving both Chemistry and Maths skills is used to reveal the temperature and pressure which are chosen for this reaction. Students will learn that this only produces a yield of 30% and therefore are encouraged to question why these conditions are chosen. In doing so, they are made to wear two “hats”, so that they consider it from both a Science angle but also a business angle. Their knowledge of reversible reactions and the effect of changing either the temperature or the pressure on the position of the equilibrium are constantly challenged and then checked through a range of progress check questions. As a result of this lesson, students will understand that these conditions are a compromise and be able to explain why. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds in the UK).
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Writing chemical symbol equations

Writing chemical symbol equations

A fully-resourced lesson which uses a step-by-step guide to show students how to write fully balanced symbol equations. The lesson includes an engaging lesson presentation (38 slides) and associated worksheets containing questions which iaredifferentiated. The lesson begins by talking the students through the three steps involved in writing a chemical symbol equation. The first step involves writing in the formula for the elements. Students are introduced to the term, diatomic, and shown the 8 molecules that have to be written as a pair of atoms. Moving forwards, students are shown how to write chemical formulae for ionic compounds. They are reminded of how to use the group of the Periodic Table to work out the ion charge and how this is crucial when writing the formula. They are also shown how to write formulae which include brackets which is necessary when the charged molecules are involved. Finally, students are reminded of the rules of balancing symbol equations. There are progress checks at each stage so that students can assess their understanding and any misconceptions can be be addressed immediately. Time is taken to talk about state symbols, in case the exam question requires these to be included in the equation. The final section of the lesson involves students bringing their new-found skills together to write symbol equations for a range of reactions, including a neutralisation and reversible reaction. This task is differentiated so that students who need a little bit of assistance can still access the work. This lesson has been written for GCSE students (14-16 year olds in the UK)
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The ALKANES

The ALKANES

A fully-resourced lesson which looks at the saturated hydrocarbons known as the alkanes and focuses on their structure and reactions. The lesson includes an engaging lesson presentation (38 slides) and an associated worksheet which is differentiated. The lesson begins with the introduction of the name of this group and then a step-by-step guide is used to show students how to draw the displayed formula. Once the first four have been drawn, students are shown how to calculate the general formula for the alkenes and then challenged to do the same for the alkanes. Moving forwards, students will meet the key term, saturated, and time is taken to ensure that the meaning of this word is understood in the context of this lesson. Once they have been introduced to bromine water, students are challenged to work out what will happen when this substance is added to an alkane and they have to explain their answer. The remainder of the lesson looks at the complete and incomplete combustion of the alkanes, focusing on the different products of these reactions and specifically the problems associated with carbon monoxide. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson to allow the students to check on their understanding.
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Patterns in the Halogens

Patterns in the Halogens

This is a worksheet based on the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7b2aBKa6-U which is freely available on YouTube. I do not own the copyright to this video but I am not selling it nor am I selling the resource based on it. I just want to share, what I hope, is a useful resource for teachers. Students watch the video and complete the worksheet. Lower ability groups may require the video to be played through twice. I use it as an introduction for higher ability groups or a longer activity for lower ability sets. This covers the content for The Halogens (Group 7) at either KS 3 or KS 4 and is useful given that the Halogens are difficult to show in real life given their toxicity.
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Y7 Matter Revision activities 2018 - Based on AQA KS3 Science Programme of Study

Y7 Matter Revision activities 2018 - Based on AQA KS3 Science Programme of Study

Set of four linked resources (all based on the AQA KS3 Science specification) for an engaging revision lesson including: • Loop game activity – Distribute card to the class. One person reads the questions on their card, the pair with the answer read the answer followed by their question and so on until you get back to the starting pair for the final answer (16 cards in the pack). Class can be timed for improvement between start and end of lesson. Sets could be laminated for individual use or could be used as a cut and stick activity. • Broadsheet revision activity – Fill in boxes answering key questions on the topic (mostly similar to questions from loop game) • Crossword – Based on the key terms introduced in previous activities (answers provided) • Wordsearch – Based on the key terms introduced in previous activities (answers provided)
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Lesson 3 - State Symbols and Balancing Equations

Lesson 3 - State Symbols and Balancing Equations

AQA Combined Chemistry (8464) and AQA Triple Chemistry (8462) State Symbols and Balancing Equations powerpoint and worksheets (all solutions on powerpoint) Graded (1-9) objectives included Combined Spec ref: 5.3.1.1 and 5.3.1.2 Quantitative Chemistry Triple Spec ref: 4.3.1.1 and 4.3.1.2 Quantitative Chemistry
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AQA GCSE Chemistry Atoms, Bonding and Moles (C1-C4) End of Topic Tests

AQA GCSE Chemistry Atoms, Bonding and Moles (C1-C4) End of Topic Tests

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) these end of topic tests are 50 minute exams on all of the topics in Module 1: Atoms, bonding and moles. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **These exam have been specifically written to include questions on maths and practical skills in line with the demands of the new GCSE. This resource offers extensive exam practice. **Included in this budle are the end of topic tests and markschemes for C1-C4. ** This resource is ideal for assessing learning at the end of a module, as well as identifying strengths and weaknesses. At 50 minutes, this resource is suitable for use in the classroom, as well as for revision or homework. A detailed mark scheme is included for every test, which makes marking fast and easy. Model answers can are also available for these tests which enables students to understand how to achieve full marks. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Please note for the best printing quality, print at 90% page zoom. Any Enquires: Instagram - @thomasd0resources Twitter - @thomasd01resou1 Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
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AQA GCSE Chemistry Paper 1 End of Topic Tests

AQA GCSE Chemistry Paper 1 End of Topic Tests

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) these end of topic tests are 50 minute exams on all of the topics in paper 1 of GCSE Chemistry. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **These exam have been specifically written to include questions on maths and practical skills in line with the demands of the new GCSE. This resource offers the opportunity for exam practice on all paper 1 topics. **Included in this budle are the end of topic tests and markschemes for C1-C7. ** This resource is ideal for assessing learning at the end of a module, as well as identifying strengths and weaknesses. At 50 minutes, this resource is suitable for use in the classroom, as well as for revision or homework. A detailed mark scheme is included for every test, which makes marking fast and easy. Model answers can are also available for these tests which enables students to understand how to achieve full marks. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Please note for the best printing quality, print at 90% page zoom. Any Enquires: Instagram - @thomasd0resources Twitter - @thomasd01resou1 Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
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NEW Edexcel Topic 11 Equilibrium II Revision

NEW Edexcel Topic 11 Equilibrium II Revision

This powerpoint is matched to the NEW A level specification and is designed to summarise the key points for the NEW Edexcel Topic 11 Equilibrium II topic. This can be used by students on intranet systems and has links to FREE revision videos to back up the content on the powerpoint too.
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AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 Test and Answers

AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 Test and Answers

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) this end of topic test is a 50 minute exam of all of the topics in C1. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **This exam has been written specifically to include questions on maths and practical skills in line with the demands of the new GCSE. This resource offers the opportunity for exam practice on a range of topics. **Topics on this exam include: Elements, compounds, conservation of mass, physical methods of separation, models of the atom, ions and isotopes. ** This resource is ideal for assessing learning at the end of a module, as well as identifying strengths and weaknesses. At 50 minutes, this resource is suitable for use in the classroom, as well as for revision or homework. A detailed mark scheme is included, which makes marking fast and easy. Model answers can are also included in this bundle which enables students to understand how to achieve full marks. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Please note for the best printing quality, print at 90% page zoom. Any Enquires: Instagram - @thomasd0resources Twitter - @thomasd01resou1 Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
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AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 End of Topic Test Model Answers

AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 End of Topic Test Model Answers

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) this is the model answers for the AQA C1 End of Topic Test also published on my shop. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **Topics on this exam include: Elements, compounds, conservation of mass, physical methods of separation, models of the atom, ions and isotopes. *** This resource is ideal for understanding how to achieve full marks on the exam. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Any Enquires: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
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AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 End of Topic Test

AQA GCSE Chemistry C1 End of Topic Test

Written specifically for the new 2018 AQA GCSE Chemistry Specification (8462) this end of topic test is a 50 minute exam of all of the topics in C1. **Although written for GCSE Chemistry, this exam is also useful for GCSE Combiend Science: Triology. **This exam has been written specifically to include questions on maths and practical skills in line with the demands of the new GCSE. This resource offers the opportunity for exam practice on a range of topics. **Topics on this exam include: Elements, compounds, conservation of mass, physical methods of separation, models of the atom, ions and isotopes. ** This resource is ideal for assessing learning at the end of a module, as well as identifying strengths and weaknesses. At 50 minutes, this resource is suitable for use in the classroom, as well as for revision or homework. A detailed mark scheme is included, which makes marking fast and easy. Model answers can are also available for this exam: These can be purchased individually: Or for a discounted price, part of a bundle include this exam and mark scheme: Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Please note for the best printing quality, print at 90% page zoom. Any Enquires: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
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NEW OCR A Yr2 5.2.3 Redox and Electrode Potentials Revision

NEW OCR A Yr2 5.2.3 Redox and Electrode Potentials Revision

This powerpoint is matched to the NEW A level specification and is designed to summarise the key points for the NEW OCR A Spec point 5.2.3 redox and electrode potential topic as part of Module 5. This can be used by students on intranet systems and has links to FREE revision videos to back up the content on the powerpoint too.
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Chemistry Revision Activity Sheets

Chemistry Revision Activity Sheets

This resource is targeted at KS4 pupils and consists of 4 double-sided activity sheets that gets pupils answering questions through different activities on the topics of: Atoms/Periodic Table, Bonding, Chemical Calculations and Separation Techniques. Further activity sheets on other chemistry topics will be created.
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Filtration

Filtration

Introduction to separating insoluble substances from liquid (sand and water) for KS3 Includes step by step practical
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Introduction to Dissolving

Introduction to Dissolving

An intro to dissolving and keywords associated with it. Full hour long lesson It includes a practical involving salt and water Could be modified to use with primary
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Conservation Of Mass

Conservation Of Mass

A funny colour cartoon which describes the principle of the conservation of mass including a pictorial representation of the reactant and product particles. A great way of adding a bit of humour to presentations and worksheets and at the same time reinforcing this scientific concept.
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GCSE Combined Science 1-9 - Chemistry Key Concepts Survival Guide

GCSE Combined Science 1-9 - Chemistry Key Concepts Survival Guide

This bundle contains everything you need to get your students ready for the Key Concepts part of the new Chemistry GCSE (Both Combined Science and Triple Chemistry), including: PowerPoints AfL questions Mark Schemes Revision Videos (see www.mrbarnestc.com) Revision Guides Key Knowledge Check Questions and much much more. See my website (www.mrbarnestc.com) for a better preview of what you can get!
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New GCSE - Chemistry paper 1 overview quiz

New GCSE - Chemistry paper 1 overview quiz

The quiz is a great revision resource to promote students’ confidence prior to sitting the exam. The activity is suitable for both year 10 and year 11. It can be used as a classroom activity or an extended day
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New GCSE - Glass, Ceramics, Composites and Rusting

New GCSE - Glass, Ceramics, Composites and Rusting

Two lessons, with one on Glass, ceramics and composites and another on rusting. Both differentiated throughout and exam questions included (with one scaffolded for support). The first lesson includes making different types of concrete by having different ratios of ingredients, with their strength to be tested at the beginning of the next lesson (rusting). Rusting lesson has an experiment to test the conditions needed for rusting to occur. Learning Objectives: Explain who ceramics are made Explain how different properties are related to their functions Compare the physical properties of glass, ceramics and composites Learning Objectives: Describe what rusting is and the factors that cause it to happen Explain how different methods can prevent rusting from occurring Justify why alloys are used
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New GCSE - Chemistry paper 1 flashcards

New GCSE - Chemistry paper 1 flashcards

These flashcards are based on fact recall for Chemistry paper 1. They are aimed at combined science students, but easily adapted for separate science students. They are a great activity for class, homework or extended days. Relevant for both year 10 and year 11 students.
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AQA GCSE Chemistry Condensed Revision Notes (Flashcards) Higher Tier (9-1)

AQA GCSE Chemistry Condensed Revision Notes (Flashcards) Higher Tier (9-1)

Excellent PDF (104 pages) which can be used as classprep or handouts before topic tests and exams. These concise revision notes (flashcards) contain all the necessary exam knowledge for GCSE Paper 1 & 2 in a short, easy to memorize form. They break topics down to 1 or 2 pages of what you need to know. Each page covers the key facts, such as definitions and equations, without the distraction of unnecessary information. Created with great care, they include important information specific to exam questions. The paperbacks and eBooks from Dr. C. Boes receive consistently top reviews on Amazon. For more information see: www.alevelchemistryrevsion.co.uk.
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