Distillation and Chromatography (Fully animated)

Distillation and Chromatography (Fully animated)

This lesson was delivered to both KS3 and KS4. The 3 stages of distillation are shown clearly and slowly using a full animation. Particles travel and clearly show the stages of evaporation and condensation. Chromatography is covered, again animated, showing how substances are separated by using a solvent and how to explain the results. This leads to worked examples of calculating Rf values.( As a extension another animation shows how ethanol and water are separated based on boiling point. Questions activity with answers provided for summary. Plenary is exam style questions, with answers.
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Isotopes and Ions

Isotopes and Ions

(Updated) Designed for year 9 class. Easily adjusted to support all levels. This lesson enables the students to recall atomic structure and apply information to learn about isotopes. Visual guide to ion formation. Worksheet included for calculating subatomic particles with given data. Answer sheet included Introduction and practice questions for relative atomic mass based around Chlorine
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Conservation of Mass

Conservation of Mass

Designed to assist KS4 with introduction to quantitative chemistry. Covers the law of conservation of mass. Leads students through understanding formulae, identifying elements and atom count, and carries through to worked examples for Relative formula mass. Animated presentation assists students of all levels to understand balancing equations. Step by step guide with example workings to assist learners of different styles. Differentiated sheets for practising balancing equations. Discusses how matter can be lost via gas or gained via oxidation. Exam style question for plenary
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Introduction to waves

Introduction to waves

Teacher lead lesson which can be tailored to be used with student research. Easily delivered to KS3 or KS4. Introduces students to the topics of waves. Describes the motions and uses animated diagrams to show the difference in the direction the energy travels. Animation also included to show how only wave moves but the object does not. Clear examples of labeling wave diagrams including wavelength and amplitude. Followed by practice to test student’s understanding. Word match activity to ensure understanding of key terminology. Answers provided. Plenary is exam style questions for lower and higher tier. Answers provided.
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Atomic Structure and Periodic table

Atomic Structure and Periodic table

12 lesson bundle for the topic of ‘Atomic Structure and Periodic table’. All lessons designed to be self sufficiant and can be delivered to KS3 or KS4. All with exam styles plenaries. Include full details introductions to atoms, ions and isotopes. Enanbles students to learn how the periodic table was created and can evaluate the models. Fully animated guides allow the students to understand elements, compounds, mixtures, balancing equations, naming compounds and separating mixtures. Complete lessons designed for electron configuration, groups 1 and group 7 and the history of Rutherford and the plum pudding model.
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Group 7 - The Halogens

Group 7 - The Halogens

This lesson introduces the halogens. It gives general information into their naming and uses linked to their properties. Using an animation it shows how the covalent bond is formed to allow the Halogens to be diatomic. Students are then lead through a step by step guide to explaining the reactivity of the Halogens with regards to their electrons and distance from nucleus. Displacement is explained using a simple anecdote. The experiment is provided if you wish to attempt this with your students. After explaining / practical there are equations questions to test the students learning. Plenary is exam style questions.
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Plum Pudding Model

Plum Pudding Model

This lesson was designed to deliver to KS4 but can be altered for lower levels if required. Also a useful tie in for the physics topic on ‘radiation’. Goes through the history of the atom from Ancient Greece, John Dalton, JJ Thomson and finally the Rutherford experiment. Animation shows the different paths the alpha particles took and enables the students to visualise how the different paths helped to explain the nuclear model and disprove the plum pudding. Plenary is exam style questions with answers provided.
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Electron Configuration

Electron Configuration

Designed for higher ability KS3 and KS4 students. This recaps on the nuclear symbol of the element and how to determine proton, electron and neutron numbers. From here the students are given the rules for drawing an atom with animated example. Students are given questions (coloured for differentiating starting points) to apply their knowledge. An exam style question is given as an extension paper with mark scheme provided. Students then introduced to how the periodic table is designed to help determine an element’s reactivity. Electron configuration template provided for students who struggle or for simple neatness. Plenary is an exam style question with answers.
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Distillation and Chromatography (Fully animated)

Distillation and Chromatography (Fully animated)

This lesson was delivered to both KS3 and KS4. The 3 stages of distillation are shown clearly and slowly using a full animation. Particles travel and clearly show the stages of evaporation and condensation. Chromatography is covered, again animated, showing how substances are separated by using a solvent and how to explain the results. This leads to worked examples of calculating Rf values.( As a extension another animation shows how ethanol and water are separated based on boiling point. Questions activity with answers provided for summary. Plenary is exam style questions, with answers.
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Separating Mixtures (Rock Salt experiment)

Separating Mixtures (Rock Salt experiment)

This lesson was designed for KS4 but can be delivered to KS3 group. Recaps on the definition of elements, compounds and mixtures. Introduces the terms ‘solvant, solute and solution’ with word match exercise (animated). Explains how substances are dissolved and addresses misconception that materials ‘vanish’. Leads to rock salt practical where students are challenged to determine the equipment they will need for the practical. Full equipment list and method provided with set up diagrams Follow up questions / answers and explanation of method. Plenary is exam style questions with answers
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Balanced word and chemical equations

Balanced word and chemical equations

Delivered to year 9 as part of the introduction to KS4 chemistry. This lesson teaches students how to name compounds (based on metals and the presence of oxygen). The lesson then has an activity for the students to complete familiar word equations and name compounds from their chemical formula. Students are then introduced to the conservation of mass. Animated slides help show students the importance of balancing equations and how to go about solving questions. Practice questions with answers are provided. Finally students are introduced to reactions that appear to gain or lose mass. Plenary is exam style questions with animated answers.
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Conservation of Mass

Conservation of Mass

Designed to assist KS4 with introduction to quantitative chemistry. Covers the law of conservation of mass. Leads students through understanding formulae, identifying elements and atom count, and carries through to worked examples for Relative formula mass. Animated presentation assists students of all levels to understand balancing equations. Step by step guide with example workings to assist learners of different styles. Differentiated sheets for practising balancing equations. Discusses how matter can be lost via gas or gained via oxidation. Exam style question for plenary
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Isotopes and Ions

Isotopes and Ions

(Updated) Designed for year 9 class. Easily adjusted to support all levels. This lesson enables the students to recall atomic structure and apply information to learn about isotopes. Visual guide to ion formation. Worksheet included for calculating subatomic particles with given data. Answer sheet included Introduction and practice questions for relative atomic mass based around Chlorine
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Atoms, Ions and Isotopes

Atoms, Ions and Isotopes

Delivered to KS4 for the 'Atomic structure and Radiation' section of the AQA specification. Recaps the structure of the atom in detail including charges and relative mass. Allows the students to define isotopes and link them to mass numbers. Discusses the formation of ions and how they are formed for atoms to become stable (linking nicely to radiation later in the topic) Worksheets are attached for assessing learning at either point as preferred. Plenary is a visual based class task to determine student understanding of electron gain vs loss.
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Genetic Inheritance

Genetic Inheritance

(Apologies if the previews are faded colour or text, TES servers are having issues) Fully guided lesson that I delivered to year 9 and 10 for observations. Can be tailored for KS3 if needed. Friendly starter on matching parents to remind students of inherting factors. Using celebrities to engage students, the lesson leads through pheno and genotypes and the differences. Animations of gametes seperating allows the learners to follow the step by step process of how genes are inherted. Worksheets provided (differentiated) to allow students to attempt to calculate probability of children gaining eye colour. Introduces heterozygous and homozygous genes in context. Plenary is exam style question and homework supplied if needed.
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Digestive System Adaptations

Digestive System Adaptations

Delivered to higher ability KS4 students but can be adjusted for different groups. Includes resource (Diagram included to label, word bank and answer guide) Recaps on definition of cells, tissues and organs with visual aids. Explains the term ‘metabolism’ to students as the sum chemical processes occuring in the body. Student lead activity allows them to research and label the digestive system. Visual aids and animations help deliver information on the adaptations of the digestive systems (peristalsis, enzymes, microvilli and stomach muscles). Plenary is exam style questions.
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Aerobic Respiration

Aerobic Respiration

Designed to the new specification for AQA. Can be adapted to suit student learning or teacher lead activities. Introduces respiration and discusses it's role within cells. Slides lead the learner through discovering the equation and it's comparison to photosynthesis. Real life application questions cover how exercising leads to anaerobic respiration. Foundation and Higher exam style questions attached to be used for practise / plenary.
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Acids and Alkali Chemistry

Acids and Alkali Chemistry

Designed to introduce Acids and Alkali reactions to KS3 students, namely year 7. Introduces acids and alkali with their properties. (Higher Tier identify ions responsible) Discusses different indicators and pH scale. Leads through (differentiated) practicals for making indicators. Links topics to explain neutralisation Guides for naming salts provided for support. Covers reacting acids with Metals. Guide presentation on creating risk assessments (really helped improve student understanding)
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Introduction to the atom

Introduction to the atom

This is designed to be delivered to year 9 but can be adapted or altered easily for different groups. Discusses the scale and size of atoms. Links to an engaging video about the structure of the atom. Leads students through mass number and atomic number with tips and hints Worksheet included for students to become familiar with using the periodic table to determine atomic structure. Exam style questions for plenary and preparation.
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Elements, compounds and mixtures

Elements, compounds and mixtures

Designed to be delivered to Year 9 class but can be adapted for different year groups / abilities. Recaps on atomic structure. Defines elements, compounds and mixtures with examples. Worksheet included to test the students understanding. Rules for naming compounds given. Activity for students to complete word equations and name compounds. Exam style questions for plenary. Higher ability level attached.
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Magnets and Magnetic Fields

Magnets and Magnetic Fields

This is designed for Year 7 but can be altered for any year group / ability. Covers an introduction to magnets, the main magnetic metals and leads the students through discovering and drawing magnetic fields. Creative task to help students practise literacy and justification skills
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Fractional Distillation

Fractional Distillation

Delivered to a year 9 KS4 class but can be altered for each year or ability. Introduces the students to the idea of fractions being hydrocarbons of similar length and propeties. Visual aids help the students to understand how chain length and intermolecular forces affect properties of the fractions. QR codes provided and link to youtube channels. Student lead activity to explain how fractional distilation occurs (chance to make model answers). Worksheet included for researching the fractions and their uses. Plenary is exam style questions
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Sexual and Asexual Reproduction

Sexual and Asexual Reproduction

(My apologies for any issues with previews, TES servers are having issues) Designed for an observation lesson with Year 10. This can be tailored for higher and lower ability students. Gives context to reproduction and the importance for maintaining life. Recaps on Gametes in animals and plants. Allows student discussion to introduce idea of variation and clones. Student lead activity for researching sexual and asexual reproduction (QR codes included for BBC bitesize). Clear table created and example statements to compare and explain the different methods. Questions provided to ensure learning and for ease of assessment (answers included in presentation) Exam style questions (both higher and lower) for plenary / Homework
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