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Resources developed to support the teaching of chemistry from year 7 to 13. If there's anything you want which I don't yet sell just send me a message.

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Resources developed to support the teaching of chemistry from year 7 to 13. If there's anything you want which I don't yet sell just send me a message.
KS5 - Rates of reaction : rate determining step  (Teacher powerpoint & student work book)
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KS5 - Rates of reaction : rate determining step (Teacher powerpoint & student work book)

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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.
C4 - electrolysis revision broadsheet for Chemistry/Combined science 1-9 GCSE
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C4 - electrolysis revision broadsheet for Chemistry/Combined science 1-9 GCSE

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Revision sheet with questions covering C4 - electrolysis in the new Chemistry/Combined science 9-1 GCSE specification. All higher tier material is clearly marked. These revision activities are designed to be worked through independently by students allowing teacher to provide support during the revision lesson to the students in most need. The sheet will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. A mark scheme is included & can either be printed out for the students to self-assess or projected by the teacher.
Required practical activity (CHEMISTRY) - TITRATION (student revision worksheet & answers)
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Required practical activity (CHEMISTRY) - TITRATION (student revision worksheet & answers)

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A revision worksheet that revisits the practical procedure for this TITRATION core practical & includes a range of application, calculation & evaluation style questions that are particularly aimed at preparing the student for GCSE. Ties in directly to the new 9-1GCSE specification & is particularly suited to students doing separate GCSE chemistry. Mark scheme included on final two slides - these can either be projected or printed out & given to students so they can self-assess.
Required practical activity (CHEMISTRY) - PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY (revision worksheet & answers)
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Required practical activity (CHEMISTRY) - PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY (revision worksheet & answers)

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A revision worksheet that revisits the practical procedure for this required practical - PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY - & includes a range of application & evaluation style questions that are particularly aimed at preparing the student for GCSE. Ties in directly to the new 9-1GCSE specification & is suited to students doing either Combined science of separate GCSE chemistry. Mark scheme included as second slide - this can either be projected or printed out & given to students so they can self-assess.
Required practical activity (CHEMISTRY) - MAKING A SALT (student revision worksheet & answers)
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Required practical activity (CHEMISTRY) - MAKING A SALT (student revision worksheet & answers)

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A revision worksheet that revisits the practical procedure for this required practical - MAKING A SALT - & includes a range of application & evaluation style questions that are particularly aimed at preparing the student for GCSE. Ties in directly to the new 9-1GCSE specification & is suited to students doing either Combined science of separate GCSE chemistry. Mark scheme included as second slide - this can either be projected or printed out & given to students so they can self-assess.
KS4, Chemical changes - strong & weak acids (teacher powerpoint & student worksheet)
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KS4, Chemical changes - strong & weak acids (teacher powerpoint & student worksheet)

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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.
KS5, RATE OF REACTION & EQUILIBRIA LESSON BUNDLE
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KS5, RATE OF REACTION & EQUILIBRIA LESSON BUNDLE

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Lesson bundle includes all teacher powerpoints & student worksheets needed for teaching the main concepts of the RATE OF REACTION & EQUILIBRIUM topic through years 12 & 13. Also included is a revision activity.
Required practical activity (CHEMISTRY) - RATE & CONCENTRATION) (revision worksheet & answers)
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Required practical activity (CHEMISTRY) - RATE & CONCENTRATION) (revision worksheet & answers)

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A double-sided revision worksheet that revisits the practical procedure for this required practical - RATE OF REACTION & CONCENTRATION CHANGES - & includes a range of application & evaluation style questions that are particularly aimed at preparing the student for GCSE. Ties in directly to the new 9-1GCSE specification & is suited to students doing either Combined science of separate GCSE chemistry. Mark scheme included on last two slides - this can either be projected or printed out & given to students so they can self-assess.
Required practical activity (CHEMISTRY) - ENERGY CHANGES (student revision worksheet & answers)
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Required practical activity (CHEMISTRY) - ENERGY CHANGES (student revision worksheet & answers)

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A revision worksheet that revisits the practical procedure for this required practical - ENERGY CHANGES - & includes a range of application & evaluation style questions that are particularly aimed at preparing the student for GCSE. Ties in directly to the new 9-1GCSE specification & is suited to students doing either Combined science of separate GCSE chemistry. Mark scheme included as second slide - this can either be projected or printed out & given to students so they can self-assess.
KS4, Chemical changes - Neutralisation & pH scale - teacher powerpoint & student worksheet
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KS4, Chemical changes - Neutralisation & pH scale - teacher powerpoint & student worksheet

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Teacher powerpoint & student worksheet for C5.7 - Neutralisation & pH scale. Powerpoint has leveled learning outcomes, introduces new content & guides through student-led activities (all on accompanying student worksheet). Answers to questions on worksheet all in ppt. Worksheet includes optional practical activity. Updated for new (2015) KS4 science specification. Suitable for Trilogy or separate sciences teaching.
KS5, Rates of reaction - orders, rate equation & rate constant (teacher ppt & student workbook)
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KS5, Rates of reaction - orders, rate equation & rate constant (teacher ppt & student workbook)

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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.
KS5 - Rate of reaction: concentration-time graphs (teacher powerpoint & student workbook)
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KS5 - Rate of reaction: concentration-time graphs (teacher powerpoint & student workbook)

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KS5 - Rate of reaction : concentration-time graphs - 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 order with respect to reactants, calculating half-life & identifying graph shapes. Leveled learning outcomes. All content explained & put into practice through student-led activities. Updated for new (2015) KS5 chemistry specification.
KS5, Module 3: Equilibria - the equilibrium constant Kc (teacher power point & student workbook)
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KS5, Module 3: Equilibria - the equilibrium constant Kc (teacher power point & student workbook)

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KS5, Module 3: Equilibria - the equilibrium constant Kc (teacher power point & student workbook). All new content introduced & explained on teacher powerpoint. Starter exercise gets students to review prior learning on Le Chatelier's principle. The student workbook includes exercises that allow students to capture all key content & practice applying their new learning on the equilibrium constant, Kc - including plenty of exercises that require them to derive the expression for Kc & predict impact on size of Kc given changes to condition. Student led activities can all be self-assessed using Qr code mark scheme included in the workbook. Forms part of the first year A-level teaching sequence in new 2015 specification, Module 3: Reaction rates & equilibrium. Suited to AS or year 1 of A-level. Leveled learning outcomes. Updated for new (2015) KS5 chemistry specification.
KS5, Equilibrium - controlling the position of equilibrium (teacher powerpoint & student workbook)
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KS5, Equilibrium - controlling the position of equilibrium (teacher powerpoint & student workbook)

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KS5 - Equilibrium : controlling the position of equilibrium - 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 predicting & explaining shifts in position of equilibrium. Leveled learning outcomes. All content explained & put into practice through student-led activities. Updated for new (2015) KS5 chemistry specification.
KS5, Module 6: Aromatic compounds - REACTIONS OF BENZENE (teacher powerpoint).
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KS5, Module 6: Aromatic compounds - REACTIONS OF BENZENE (teacher powerpoint).

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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
KS5, Module 3: Enthalpy - Hess' law & enthalpy cycles (Teacher & student ppt  + student worksheet)
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KS5, Module 3: Enthalpy - Hess' law & enthalpy cycles (Teacher & student ppt + student worksheet)

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KS5, Module 3: Enthalpy - Hess' law & enthalpy cycles (Teacher & student powerpoint + student worksheet). All new content introduced & explained on teacher powerpoint. Plenty of worked examples & opportunities for independent student activity. There is a huge amount of material here - you will see that I have in fact split this into two lessons - each lesson is clearly marked within the powerpoints. Student follow along with their own version of powerpoint - contains practice drawing cycles & doing calculations. Separate past paper-based worksheet provides further calculation practice. Forms part of the first year A-level teaching sequence in new 2015 specification, Module 3 - Enthalpy. Suited to AS or year 1 of A-level. Leveled learning outcomes. All content explained & put into practice through student-led activities. Updated for new (2015) KS5 chemistry specification.
KS4 Crude oil & fuels - burning hydrocarbons (teacher powerpoint & student workbook)
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KS4 Crude oil & fuels - burning hydrocarbons (teacher powerpoint & student workbook)

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KS4 Crude oil & fuels - burning hydrocarbons (teacher powerpoint & student workbook). Resources include starter exercise that reviews prior learning on hydrocarbons & alkanes. Many student-led activities that allow students to consider the properties that make a good fuel. The lesson then moves on to consider the products of hydrocarbon combustion. This is dealt with by way of the classic demonstration as well as looking at word & balanced symbol equations for the combustion of a range of fuels. Resources included coverage of incomplete combustion & a stretch & challenge exercise that involves calculation of reacting masses. The workbook captures all key learning, key diagrams & practice writing equations. The teacher's powerpoint contains all materials necessary to deliver the lesson as well as worked solutions to the activities in the student worksheet. Leveled learning outcomes all tied in to the grade 1-9 new science GCSE structure. All content checked against new GCSE specification & is suitable for teaching within both Trilogy & separate Chemistry schemes.
KS5, Equilibrium - the equilibrium constant, calculations of Kc (teacher powerpoint & student w/s)
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KS5, Equilibrium - the equilibrium constant, calculations of Kc (teacher powerpoint & student w/s)

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KS5 - Equilibrium - the equilibrium constant, calculations of Kc - Teacher powerpoint & student work book Forms part of A-level teaching sequence in new 2015 specification, Module 5 - Equilibrium. Resources include teacher powerpoint + student version with activities to complete. Plenty of worked examples for determining Kc & its units. Leveled learning outcomes. All content explained & put into practice through student-led activities. Updated for new (2015) KS5 chemistry specification.
Required practical activity (CHEMISTRY) - ANALYSIS & PURIFICATION OF WATER SAMPLES (REVISION)
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Required practical activity (CHEMISTRY) - ANALYSIS & PURIFICATION OF WATER SAMPLES (REVISION)

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A revision worksheet that revisits the practical procedure for this required practical - ANALYSIS & PURIFICATION OF WATER SAMPLES - & includes a range of application & evaluation style questions that are particularly aimed at preparing the student for GCSE. Ties in directly to the new 9-1GCSE specification & is suited to students doing either Combined science of separate GCSE chemistry. Mark scheme included as second slide - this can either be projected or printed out & given to students so they can self-assess.
GCSE chemistry revision pack
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GCSE chemistry revision pack

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Worksheets + mark schemes to be used in preparing students for 9-1 Combined/Separate GCSE Chemistry. Separate slide pack for each chemistry topic. All can be worked on independently by students, allowing teacher time to focus on 1-1 support for students during lesson.