This resource is a full lesson created for A2 Chemistry OCR syllabus which covers Kp, partial pressure and mole fraction. Includes theory, is interactive, plenty of questions and answers. Clear step-by-step guides to calculations.
This resource is a lesson created for A2 Chemistry OCR syllabus which covers Bronsted - Lowry acids and bases, conjugate acid-base pairs, mono, di and tribasic acids, neutralisation reactions with acid: carbonates, metal oxides and alkalis.
Includes theory, is interactive and has questions and answers. It has step-by-step guides to calculations and refers to OCR Chemistry textbook (states page numbers of summary questions to complete at end of teaching a mini-topic).
Around 3 hours worth of lesson(s).
This was initially created for the new BTEC Applied Science U5 Chemistry: extraction, manufacture and purification of substances.
However it can also be used for GCSE, metallurgy or similar science courses.
It covers the extraction of these metals, energy requirements and disadvantages along with amphoteric behaviour of alumina.
Schemes of work written for OCR A Chemistry
Dates range from 2016-18 but can be easily changed.
1 SOW is for 1 teacher teaching the whole A2 (all modules)
1 SOW is for physical only (minus electrochem) which is for 1 teacher teaching 2 hours a week (co-taught)
1 SOW is for mixed modules for 1 teacher teaching 1 hour a week (co-taught)
2x SOW + 1 overview created for the new OCR AS Chemistry syllabus, to assist with planning and save time!
1 SOW is written for 1 teacher teaching all modules (the whole year) - this has 2018-19 dates on
1 SOW is written for 2 teachers co-teaching. It shows ONLY the foundations and organic section (the other teacher would be teaching the physical topics)
1 overview is written for the first term (Sept-Dec) and shows allocation of topics for 2 teachers co-teaching the AS in 1 year.
This contains a (relatively!) exciting PowerPoint lesson around what can be a boring and tedious topic - risk assessments and safety. It includes case studies and scandal, what can happen when we are not aware of the risks involved. This is suitable for any science course at any level
I have also included a very short lesson on authority and accountability i.e. academic fraud, this is also suitable for any course at any level. It was initially created for the old BTEC level 3 applied science, but is not specific to this :)
student worksheet with space to include results, readings and observations for each of the 3 stages, clearly labelled.
3 stage method, teacher and technician notes
structured calculations and answers.
Attached is a full introductory lesson created for the new BTEC Unit 7: Contemporary Scientific Issues.
It is activity based, with instructions and answers, a recent case study to get students started, points for discussion, a video on the case study, explanation of terms ethical, environmental, social and economic along with reliability and validity. Gets students thinking about reliability of sources, bias, etc.
A document that includes:
The full spec and list of topics for units 1 and 3 along with a timetable that students can fill in to organise their revision time
Post-test reflection activities (3 for end Sept, end Oct/early Nov and Dec/Jan mock)
Space to record their marks, grades and whether this was above, below or at their target grade.
Should encourage success of students doing the new BTEC qualification by helping them organise their time and create a personal revision timetable, keep track of (and take responsibility for) their grades and a space to reflect on these and set their individual targets.
An activity suitable for staff training, a tutor group session, assembly, extra curricular activity or personal use :)
Can easily be tweaked to tailor towards your target audience
I used this to form part of a booklet for a staff training session on stress management.
Student worksheet including introduction, method, space for them to record results, structured calculations and error analysis.
Created for the new BTEC L3 spec, unit 19 Practical Chemical Analysis.
Can also be used for A Level Chemistry, HNC or other analytical science courses.