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I am a Chemistry teacher with many years of experience teaching AQA specifications at KS4 and KS5. My resources are tried and tested with my own classes and are used regularly in my own teaching.

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I am a Chemistry teacher with many years of experience teaching AQA specifications at KS4 and KS5. My resources are tried and tested with my own classes and are used regularly in my own teaching.
Required Practical A-Level Chemistry Uncertainty (error) Calculations 1 with answers
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Required Practical A-Level Chemistry Uncertainty (error) Calculations 1 with answers

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A collection of questions with worked answers on uncertainty (error) calculations in chemistry. These are based around standard solutions and titrations and include percentage uncertainty, absolute uncertainty and maximum and minimum values at the limits of the uncertainty range. Also included, a comparison of 2 titrations, one without dilution and one with. There will be more of these on the other required practicals in due course so please look out for them. Now part of a value bundle which includes all you need to prepare candidates for paper 3. Please see my shop for more tried-and-tested quality resources.
A-Level Chemistry Assertion/Reason And Other Synoptic, Stretch and Challenge Revision Resources - with answers
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A-Level Chemistry Assertion/Reason And Other Synoptic, Stretch and Challenge Revision Resources - with answers

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A collection of my most popular and challenging tried-and-tested revision resources designed to encourage synoptic links at the end of the A-level course. Assertion/reason questions test understanding by questioning the validity of the reason in supporting a statement (the assertion) (answers and hints provided). Odd-one-out looks for links between species or statements etc and challenges to find the odd one. There are often many answers of varying degrees of sophistication and so many topics can be revised along the way (answers provided). Say-something-intelligent gets students to analyse an unfamiliar molecules, looking for something intelligent to say about functional groups, IR, nmr, reactions, mechanisms etc. Please see my shop for more tried-and-tested quality resources.
Required Practical A-level Chemistry Uncertainty Calculations 2 - Calorimetry - with answers
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Required Practical A-level Chemistry Uncertainty Calculations 2 - Calorimetry - with answers

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A collection of questions with worked answers on uncertainty (error) calculations in chemistry. These are based around calorimetry and include percentage uncertainty, absolute uncertainty and maximum and minimum values at the limits of the uncertainty range. Also included, finding percentage uncertainty from a graph. There will be more of these on the other required practicals in due course so please look out for them. Now part of a value bundle which includes all you need to prepare candidates for paper 3. Please see my shop for more tried-and-tested quality resources.
A-level Chemistry Proton NMR Construction Kit - learning resource - with answers
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A-level Chemistry Proton NMR Construction Kit - learning resource - with answers

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This bespoke resource is excellent for the teaching and learning of NMR spectra. Students use the pre-drawn scale and set of peaks (singlets, doublets, triplets and quartets) to construct the spectrum of the set of target molecules before checking them against the answers. The students learn how the spectrum comes about before then moving on to interpreting spectra in later lessons. They learn how fragments such as CH3CH2 lead to triplet and quartet patterns, CH2CH2 to triplet, triplet etc. In practical terms, for group work these are best blown up onto A3 and laminated so they can be used over and over, but they work equally well on A4 with an individual who needs to work independently on the topic.
A-level Chemistry Synoptic Revision - Say Something Intelligent
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A-level Chemistry Synoptic Revision - Say Something Intelligent

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A number of unfamiliar organic molecules ( as well as sulfuric acid and a transition metal complex) are presented and the teacher encourages student to ‘say something intelligent’ about the structure. Functional groups, RFM, IR, nmr, acidity/bacicity, what types of reactions it is expected to undergo, mechanisms for those reactions, fragments that could by synthesised etc etc. The idea is to build as many topics into the molecule as possible and stretch links between topics. This resource is available as part of a bundle. Please see my shop for more tried-and-tested quality resources.
AQA AS Organic Mechanisms Practice -Learning Resource - with answers
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AQA AS Organic Mechanisms Practice -Learning Resource - with answers

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Practice drawing the important bit - the curly arrows and intermediates on these standard mechanisms from AS AQA chemistry while cutting down the time spent copying out structures of reactants. Repetition can work well when learning the mechanisms so print multiple times or laminate and draw on them with a non-permanent marker. Answers are provided so work can be checked. Please see my shop for other tried-and-tested quality resources.
Introducing Moles Powerpoint - eggs, mass and moles
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Introducing Moles Powerpoint - eggs, mass and moles

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In this innovative introduction to moles, the idea of counting in dozens is compared with the idea of counting or weighing in moles so the concept becomes easier to interpret. A worksheet on ‘a dozen eggs’ is available as an interim activity and the presentation ends with an explanation of how to get moles from a given mass of atoms using the periodic table. Please see my shop for the eggs worksheet and many other tried and tested resources.
A Dozen Eggs - worksheet to accompany Eggs, Mass and Moles - an introduction to moles
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A Dozen Eggs - worksheet to accompany Eggs, Mass and Moles - an introduction to moles

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Worksheet written to compliment the Eggs, Mass and Moles powerpoint which uses the idea of a dozen to introduce the concept of the mole. The worksheet requires students to work out numbers of dozens, the mass of a given number of dozen and the mass of one mole of a given type of egg. This can then be used to lead on to the number of moles calculations we are all so familiar with. Please see my shop for the accompanying powerpoint and for other tried-and-tested quality resources.
AS Chemistry Organic Mechanisms Card Sort - Learning Puzzle -with answers
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AS Chemistry Organic Mechanisms Card Sort - Learning Puzzle -with answers

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An adaptable card sort game to help candidates learn and understand all the mechanisms required for AQA AS Chemistry. Written for the current spec (first teaching 2015) and including the new ones - dehydration of an alcohol and alkenes with steam. There are 5 categories of card which allow the resource to be used in a number of ways. The first category shows the displayed formula of the starting material with the reagent, the second is the mechanism name, the third and crucial for understanding is the displayed formula of the intermediate. the fourth the displayed formula of the product and the fifth, the name of the product. The simplest forms include simple nomenclature or matching the mechanism name with the reaction. More challenging is to add in the reactive intermediates or alternatively remove the displayed formulae of the product to make matching the name of the product more difficult. Please see my shop for other tried-and-tested quality resources including an A-level only version which can be combined with this AS game to help learn the mechanisms for the whole spec.
A-level Chemistry Organic Mechanisms Card Sort - Learning Puzzle - with answers
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A-level Chemistry Organic Mechanisms Card Sort - Learning Puzzle - with answers

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An adaptable card sort game to help candidates learn and understand all the mechanisms required for AQA A-level Chemistry. This resource can be used as a stand-alone tool to help candidates learn only those mechanisms required for the A-level only part of the spec or could be combined with my AS version to create a really challenging revision tool. There are 5 categories of card which allow the resource to be used in a number of ways. The first category shows the displayed formula of the starting material with the reagent, the second is the mechanism name, the third and crucial for understanding is the displayed formula of the intermediate. the fourth the displayed formula of the product and the fifth, the name of the product. The simplest forms include simple nomenclature or matching the mechanism name with the reaction. More challenging is to add in the reactive intermediates or alternatively remove the displayed formulae of the product to make matching the name of the product more difficult. Please see my shop for other tried-and-tested quality resources including the AS version.
A-level chemistry revision, synoptic stretch and challenge problems - odd one out
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A-level chemistry revision, synoptic stretch and challenge problems - odd one out

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This pack contains 50 cards which are designed to be printed onto A4 or A5 card and work equally well as laminates or simply project them on the wall. Many of these stretch and challenge questions have multiple answers and the resultant discussion requires candidates to draw on many aspects of the subject before arriving at the correct answer. Answers and hints are included to encourage direction towards the solution. Use with individuals or small groups. Please see my shop for other tried-and-tested quality resources.
A-level chemistry revision, synoptic stretch and challenge problems - assertion/reason questions
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A-level chemistry revision, synoptic stretch and challenge problems - assertion/reason questions

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This set of 50 cards has been designed to challenge students understanding of the subject. Written for AQA, they are equally useful for other exam boards. A number of unusual chemical contexts is used to widen thinking. The questions themselves have 2 parts. Part 1 is a statement know as an assertion and part 2 is a second statement known as the reason. Either both are correct and the reason supports the assertion, both are correct but the reason is irrelevant to the assertion or either/both are incorrect. Now available as part of a synoptic revision resources bundle. Please see my shop for other tried-and-tested quality revision tools.
AQA Trilogy Chemistry Required Practicals Method Photos
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AQA Trilogy Chemistry Required Practicals Method Photos

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Sequenced photos on a powerpoint for pupils to practice describing a method for all 6 required practicals of trilogy chemistry. One slide for each practical. Works equally well as worksheets or teacher-led discussion from a projector. Please check out my shop for more tried and tested quality resources.