KS4 Organic reactions revision sheets

KS4 Organic reactions revision sheets

KS4 Organic reactions revision sheets. Student revision worksheets can be printed out on A3 paper. Two revision sheets included, one covers Alkenes & alcohols; the other looks at carboxylic acids & esters. Student-led revision activities lead them through exercises on all the main content from this topic. It is likely that these sheets will occupy at least a single lesson. Full answers included on final two slides to either allow for self-assessment if printed out or can be projected for teacher explanation. Fully compatible with new GCSE 9-1 separate Chemistry qualification.
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KS4 Organic reactions - lesson bundle

KS4 Organic reactions - lesson bundle

Pack of resources for five lessons. Includes all teacher powerpoints & student worksheets for teaching new GCSE 9-1 specification content covering reactions of alkenes, alcohols, carboxylic acids & esters. Separate revision sheet resources also included
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KS4 Organic reactions - carboxylic acids & esters (teacher powerpoint & student worksheets)

KS4 Organic reactions - carboxylic acids & esters (teacher powerpoint & student worksheets)

KS4 Organic reactions - carboxylic acids & esters (teacher powerpoint & student worksheets). - Starter activity revisits previous learning on the organic molecules met so far. - Teacher powerpoint introduces all new concepts regarding functional group & naming of carboxylic acids & esters; their key reactions & reinforces previous learning on the concept of weak & strong acids when applied to the example of carboxylic acids. - In addition to several student activities throughout the powerpoint the final slide on the teacher powerpoint includes a student worksheet that provides independent activities for students to apply their key learning from this learning. This sheet is probably best printed off as A3. - Past paper question pack included allows further opportunities, either in-class or as a HWK activity, to practice & extend the students application of key learning points. - Leveled learning outcomes all tied in to the grade 1-9 new science GCSE structure. Suitable for those GCSE groups following the new separate Chemistry specification.
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KS4 Organic reactions - reactions of alkenes (teacher powerpoint & student worksheets).

KS4 Organic reactions - reactions of alkenes (teacher powerpoint & student worksheets).

KS4 Organic reactions - reactions of alkenes (teacher powerpoint & student worksheets). - Starter activity reinforces previous learning on alkanes/hydrocarbons. - Teacher powerpoint introduces all new concepts: naming of alkenes; all typical addition reactions of alkenes. - Student worksheet provides plenty of practice in naming alkenes & in drawing displayed structural & molecular formulae. - Support slides included for teacher demonstrations of alkene reactions. - Final slide in ppt can be printed for students to provide independent activities on alkene reactions. - Leveled learning outcomes all tied in to the grade 1-9 new science GCSE structure. Suitable for those GCSE groups following the new separate Chemistry specification.
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KS4 Organic reactions - alcohols (teacher powerpoint & student worksheets).

KS4 Organic reactions - alcohols (teacher powerpoint & student worksheets).

KS4 Organic reactions - alcohols (teacher powerpoint & student worksheets). - Starter activity reinforces previous learning on alkenes & provides link to learning on alcohols. - Teacher powerpoint introduces all new concepts: naming of alcohols; key word definitions; all required reactions of alcohols + challenge activity. - Student worksheet provides plenty of practice in naming & drawing alcohols. - Final slide in ppt can be printed for students to provide independent activities on alcohols their reactions. - Leveled learning outcomes all tied in to the grade 1-9 new science GCSE structure. Suitable for those GCSE groups following the new separate Chemistry specification.
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KS4 Organic reactions - making alcohol (teacher powerpoint & student worksheets).

KS4 Organic reactions - making alcohol (teacher powerpoint & student worksheets).

KS4 Organic reactions - making alcohol (teacher powerpoint & student worksheets). - Starter activity revisits previous learning on saturation, unsaturation & alcohols. - Teacher powerpoint introduces all new concepts regarding production of alcohol: fermentation of sugar by yeast & use of ethene as the starting material. It introduces ideas for evaluation of both methods from environmental, economic & social perspectives. - Student worksheet provides independent activities for students to apply their key learning. - Past paper question pack allows further opportunities, either in-class or as a HWK activity, to practice & extend the students application of key learning points. - Leveled learning outcomes all tied in to the grade 1-9 new science GCSE structure. Suitable for those GCSE groups following the new separate Chemistry specification.
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KS4 Chemistry of the atmosphere, lesson 2 - our evolving atmosphere (teacher ppt & student w/s)

KS4 Chemistry of the atmosphere, lesson 2 - our evolving atmosphere (teacher ppt & student w/s)

KS4 Chemistry of the atmosphere, lesson 2 - our evolving atmosphere (teacher powerpoint incl. student worksheets, plenary activity etc). - All student activities included within the powerpoint slide pack ready for printing out. - slides within powerpoint can printed out to act as information source for students so they can work entirely independently as they complete the tasks on their work sheet, allowing you to provide individual support where needed. - differentiated starter activity is accessible to all levels & includes synoptic extension task. - Leveled learning outcomes all tied in to the grade 1-9 new science GCSE structure. Suitable for teaching both Trilogy or separate Chemistry.
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KS4 Chemistry of the atmosphere - atmospheric pollution (teacher ppt, student w/s, info posters)

KS4 Chemistry of the atmosphere - atmospheric pollution (teacher ppt, student w/s, info posters)

KS4 Chemistry of the atmosphere - atmospheric pollution (teacher powerpoint incl. student worksheets & information posters). - All student activities included within the powerpoint slide pack ready for printing out. - Student worksheet appears as two slides in powerpoint & can be printed off as a double sided A4 or A3 sheet depending on student needs. - resource also includes separate information posters for displaying around the classroom so that students can work entirely independently as they complete the tasks on their work sheet, allowing you to provide individual support where needed. - Leveled learning outcomes all tied in to the grade 1-9 new science GCSE structure. Suitable for teaching both Trilogy or separate Chemistry.
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KS4 Chemistry of the atmosphere, lesson 1 - early Earth atmosphere

KS4 Chemistry of the atmosphere, lesson 1 - early Earth atmosphere

KS4 Chemistry of the atmosphere, lesson 1 - early Earth atmosphere (teacher powerpoint incl. student worksheets, plenary activity etc). - All student activities included within the powerpoint slide pack ready for printing out. - Student sheet appears as final slide in powerpoint & can be printed off as A4 or A3 sheet depending on student needs. - powerpoint also includes separate information posters for displaying around the classroom so that students can work entirely independently as they complete the tasks on their work sheet, allowing you to provide individual support where needed. - Leveled learning outcomes all tied in to the grade 1-9 new science GCSE structure. Suitable for teaching both Trilogy or separate Chemistry.
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KS4 PHYSICS - FORCES - Vector & scalar quantities (teacher powerpoint & student worksheet)

KS4 PHYSICS - FORCES - Vector & scalar quantities (teacher powerpoint & student worksheet)

KS4, FORCES - Vector & scalar quantities (teacher powerpoint & student worksheet) Complete lesson resources for delivering the first lesson in the FORCES topic (specification reference 4.5.1.1) from the new Physics GCSE 1-9 specification (Separate sciences). Teacher powerpoint introduces the key concepts & ties in directly with student worksheet. Differentiated learning outcomes - Define define the terms ‘scalar quantity’ and ‘vector quantity’ - State examples of scalar and vector quantities - Apply an understanding of vector addition to problems involving vectors. Having introduced & explained the key terms, the lesson activities allow the students to practice drawing vector diagrams. There are plenty of student led activities included; plus stretch & challenge in the form of calculating resultant forces using Pythagoras theorem.
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KS5, Equilibrium - equilibrium constant, Kp (teacher powerpoint & student workbook)

KS5, Equilibrium - equilibrium constant, Kp (teacher powerpoint & student workbook)

KS5 - Equilibrium - the equilibrium constant, Kp - Teacher powerpoint & student work book Forms part of A-level teaching sequence in new 2015 specification, Module 5 - Equilibrium. Resources include teacher powerpoint + student workbook with activities to complete. Plenty of worked examples for determining Kp & its units. Leveled learning outcomes. All content explained & put into practice through student-led activities. Updated for new (2015) KS5 chemistry specification.
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KS5 - Rates of reaction : rate determining step  (Teacher powerpoint & student work book)

KS5 - Rates of reaction : rate determining step (Teacher powerpoint & student work book)

KS5 - Rates of reaction : rate determining step - Teacher powerpoint & student work book Lesson resources introduce the topic of rate mechanisms through a number of different examples & models. Plenty of independent student activities included plus all necessary mark schemes. Several practice questions follow key content learning phase so that students can put their new understanding to the test. Forms part of A-level teaching sequence in new 2015 specification, Module 5 - Rates of reaction. Leveled learning outcomes. All content explained & put into practice through student-led activities. Updated for new (2015) KS5 chemistry specification.
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KS5, Rates of reaction - orders, rate equation & rate constant (teacher ppt & student workbook)

KS5, Rates of reaction - orders, rate equation & rate constant (teacher ppt & student workbook)

KS5 - Rate of reaction : orders, rate equation & rate constant - Teacher powerpoint & student work book Forms part of A-level teaching sequence in new 2015 specification, Module 5 - Rate of reaction. Resources include teacher powerpoint + student workbook with activities to complete. Plenty of worked examples for deriving rate equation & calculation of rate constant with its units. Leveled learning outcomes. All content explained & put into practice through student-led activities. Updated for new (2015) KS5 chemistry specification.
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KS4 Rates of reaction - Le Chatelier's principle (teacher powerpoint incl. student worksheet)

KS4 Rates of reaction - Le Chatelier's principle (teacher powerpoint incl. student worksheet)

KS4 Rates of reaction - Le Chatelier's principle (teacher powerpoint incl. student worksheet). - All student activities included within a 'placemat' that they work through as the lesson proceeds. - Student sheet appears as final slide in powerpoint & can be printed off as A4 or A3 sheet depending on student needs. - Teacher powerpoint introduces all key learning & provides plenty of opportunities for explanation & student practice of these tricky concepts - how altering conditions can affect position of an equilibrium. Leveled learning outcomes all tied in to the grade 1-9 new science GCSE structure. Suitable for teaching both Trilogy or separate Chemistry.
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KS3, Acids & alkalis - Lesson 2: indicators (teacher powerpoint & student workbook)

KS3, Acids & alkalis - Lesson 2: indicators (teacher powerpoint & student workbook)

KS3, Acids & alkalis - Lesson 2: indicators (teacher powerpoint & student workbook) Second lesson in this KS3 topic. Includes : - simple indicators & their use in identifying whether a solution is acid or alkali - teacher demo of litmus solution - class practical making a simple indicator & testing it against a range of solutions (all directions provided) - leveled questioning aimed at evaluating practical procedure The student workbook includes many independent activities for the students to pursue + several extension opportunities. All activities are fully supported by the teacher powerpoint. Fully updated to reflect the demands of the new (2015) KS3 specification.
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KS4, Chemical changes - strong & weak acids (teacher powerpoint & student worksheet)

KS4, Chemical changes - strong & weak acids (teacher powerpoint & student worksheet)

Teacher powerpoint & student worksheet for Chemical Changes - strong & weak acids. Lesson reintroduces the concept of hydrogen ions & brings students to an understanding of their role in determining acid strength & then relating that to pH value. Students are instructed in calculating pH from hydrogen ion concentration. Calculation practice is included. As well as strong vs weak, this lesson also explains the difference between concentrated & dilute in terms of hydrogen ion concentrations. The powerpoint supports all student-led activities on the accompanying worksheet. It also provides a mark scheme for all questions, including stretch & challenge activities. Teacher powerpoint has leveled learning outcomes to suit new 1-9 grading structure. Updated for new (2015) KS4 science specification. Suitable for Trilogy or separate sciences teaching.
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KS5, Module 2 - Structure & bonding, REVISION ACTIVITY

KS5, Module 2 - Structure & bonding, REVISION ACTIVITY

Powerpoint contains information-hunt type activity to allow students to work individually or in small groups on an engaging revision activity. The question test the students on all the key concepts in the year 1/AS module Structure & bonding (bond angles, molecular shapes, electronegativity etc.). Simply print out 1 slide per page, cut up the individual question sheets & stick them around your room. Just copy up enough of the student answer sheets as you need for your class. The students can start on whichever question they like, write the answer in their first answer bubble & then go & hunt the sheet with the answer on. They then answer the question on that sheet & so on. This activity generally takes 15 -20 mins
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KS5, Module 2 - amount of substance REVISION ACTIVITY

KS5, Module 2 - amount of substance REVISION ACTIVITY

Powerpoint contains information-hunt type activity to allow students to work individually or in small groups on an engaging revision activity. The question test the students on all the key concepts in the year 1/AS module amount of substance, (mole calculations, volume, significant figures etc.). Simply print out 1 slide per page, cut up the individual question sheets & stick them around your room. Just copy up enough of the student answer sheets as you need for your class. The students can start on whichever question they like, write the answer in their first answer bubble & then go & hunt the sheet with the answer on. They then answer the question on that sheet & so on. This activity generally takes 15 -20 mins
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KS5, Module 4 - basics concepts of organic chemistry - REVISION ACTIVITY

KS5, Module 4 - basics concepts of organic chemistry - REVISION ACTIVITY

Powerpoint contains information-hunt type activity to allow students to work individually or in small groups on an engaging revision activity. The question test the students on all the key concepts in the year 1/AS module of basic concepts in organic chemistry, (naming, isomerism & reaction mechanisms). Simply print out 1 slide per page, cut up the individual question sheets & stick them around your room. Just copy up enough of the student answer sheets as you need for your class. The students can start on whichever question they like, write the answer in their first answer bubble & then go & hunt the sheet with the answer on. They then answer the question on that sheet & so on. This activity generally takes 15 -20 mins
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KS4 Rates of reaction - reversible reactions & dynamic equilibrium (teacher ppt & student workbook)

KS4 Rates of reaction - reversible reactions & dynamic equilibrium (teacher ppt & student workbook)

KS4 Rates of reaction - reversible reactions & dynamic equilibrium (teacher powerpoint & student workbook). - Starter activity revises key terms for the topic so far. - Details of two key teacher demonstrations of reversible reactions included. - Student workbook captures all key learning, recording of experimental observations & extension tasks. - Teacher powerpoint introduces new concepts, includes mark scheme for all workbook activities & provides visual support for the demonstrations. Leveled learning outcomes all tied in to the grade 1-9 new science GCSE structure. Suitable for teaching both Trilogy or separate Chemistry.
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KS5, Module 6: Aromatic compounds - REACTIONS OF BENZENE (teacher powerpoint).

KS5, Module 6: Aromatic compounds - REACTIONS OF BENZENE (teacher powerpoint).

KS5, Module 6: Aromatic compounds - REACTIONS OF BENZENE (teacher powerpoint). Teacher powerpoint introduces all key learning on the reactions of benzene: - nitration - halogenation - importance of haloigen carriers - alkylation - acylation Forms part of the new 2015 A-level specification, Module 6: Organic chemistry & analysis. Leveled learning outcomes. Updated for new (2015) KS5 chemistry specification
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