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Using Resources - Life Cycle Assessment
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Using Resources - Life Cycle Assessment

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This lesson contains everything that your students need to know about how to perform a selective Life Cycle Assessments as per the AQA specifications for Chemistry (8462), Combined Science Triology (8464) and Combined Science Synergy (8465). The lesson takes your students through how to evaluate the environmental impact of each of the different stages of a product’s life cycle as well as how to critique the usefullness of any given LCA. The lesson resources include the teaching presentation, information sheets and past AQA exam questions.
AQA Atoms, elements and compounds (Chemistry paper 1)
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AQA Atoms, elements and compounds (Chemistry paper 1)

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This lesson is suitable for the AQA Chemistry and the AQA Combined Science Trilogy GCSE courses. It is a full powerpoint presentation complete with LOs, student-led activities and animations. This lesson has been designed to last approximately 60 minutes and follows the format of starter, core activity, development activity and plenary. The worksheets and exam questions referred to in the lesson are also included. Learning Objectives Define the terms atoms, elements, compounds and mixtures Recognise compounds and name them Construct chemical equations This lesson meets the following specification points: AQA Chemistry 4.1.1.1 AQA Combined Science Trilogy 5.1.1.1
AQA Separating Mixtures (Chemistry paper 1)
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AQA Separating Mixtures (Chemistry paper 1)

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This lesson is suitable for the AQA Chemistry and the AQA Combined Science Trilogy GCSE courses. It is a full powerpoint presentation complete with LOs, student-led practical activities and animations. This lesson has been designed to last approximately 60 minutes and follows the format of starter, core activity, development activity and plenary. The worksheets and exam questions referred to in the lesson are also included. Learning objectives Recognise different separation techniques Describe how different separation techniques work Suggest suitable separation techniques for various mixtures This lesson meets the following specification points: AQA Chemistry 4.1.1.2 Mixtures AQA Combined Science Trilogy 5.1.1.2 Mixtures
AQA Distillation (Chemistry paper 1)
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AQA Distillation (Chemistry paper 1)

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This lesson is suitable for the AQA Chemistry and the AQA Combined Science Trilogy GCSE courses. It is a full powerpoint presentation complete with LOs, student-led activities, practical demonstrations and animations. This lesson has been designed to last approximately 60 minutes and follows the format of starter, core activity, development activity and plenary. The worksheets and exam questions referred to in the lesson are also included. Learning objectives Recall the changes of state Describe how simple distillation separates solutions Compare the usefulness of simple distillation and fractional distillation This lesson meets the following specification points: AQA Chemistry 4.1.1.2 Mixtures AQA Combined Science Trilogy 5.1.1.2 Mixtures
AQA Atomic Structure Unit of Work (Chemistry paper 1)
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AQA Atomic Structure Unit of Work (Chemistry paper 1)

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This bundle contains the lesson presentations for AQA Atomic Structure as well as the worksheets and exam questions. This resource is suitable for the AQA Chemistry (specification section 4.1.1) and AQA Combined Science Trilogy (specification section 5.1.1) GCSEs.
AQA Electronic structure (Chemistry paper 1)
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AQA Electronic structure (Chemistry paper 1)

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This lesson is suitable for the AQA Chemistry and the AQA Combined Science Trilogy GCSE courses. It is a full powerpoint presentation complete with LOs, student-led activities and animations. This lesson has been designed to last approximately 60 minutes and follows the format of starter, core activity, development activity and plenary. The worksheets and exam questions referred to in the lesson are also included. Learning objectives Recall how to calcualte the number of electrons in an elements Describe the rules for the fillingof electron shells Illustrate the electronic structure of the first 20 elements This lesson meets the following specification points: AQA Chemistry 4.1.1.7 Electronic structure AQA Combined Science Trilogy 5.1.1.7 Electronic structure
AQA Development of the atomic model (Chemistry paper 1)
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AQA Development of the atomic model (Chemistry paper 1)

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This lesson is suitable for the AQA Chemistry and the AQA Combined Science Trilogy GCSE courses. It is a full powerpoint presentation complete with LOs, student-led practical activities and animations. This lesson has been designed to last approximately 60 minutes and follows the format of starter, core activity, development activity and plenary. The worksheets and exam questions referred to in the lesson are also included. Learning objectives (part 1) Identify the different ways we have represented the atom throughout history Describe features of these different atomic models Summarise experimental data that has led to changes in our understanding of atomic structure This lesson meets the following specification points: Learning objectives (part 2) Identify the structure of an alpha particle Describe how alpha particles were used to disprove the plum-pudding model Discuss the ways in which new evidence leads to new scientific theories This lesson meets the following specification points: AQA Chemistry 4.1.1.3 Development of the model of the atom (common content with physics) AQA Combined Science Trilogy 5.1.1.3 Development of the model of the atom (common content with physics)
1. Atomic Structure (AQA - Chemistry paper 1)
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1. Atomic Structure (AQA - Chemistry paper 1)

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This lesson is suitable for the AQA Chemistry and the AQA Combined Science Trilogy GCSE courses. It is a full powerpoint presentation complete with LOs, student-led activities and animations. This lesson has been designed to last approximately 60 minutes and follows the format of starter, core activity, development activity and plenary. The worksheets and exam questions referred to in the lesson are also included. Learning objectives Identify the sub-atomic particles in atoms Deduce the numbers of protons, neutrons and electrons in atoms Calculate the relative atomic masses of different isotopes This lesson meets the following specification points: AQA Chemistry 4.1.1.1 atoms, elements and compounds 4.1.1.4 relative electrical charge sand sub-atomic particles 4.1.1.5 size and mass of atoms 4.1.1.6 relative atomic mass AQA Combined Science Trilogy 5.1.1.1 atoms, elements and compounds 5.1.1.4 relative electrical charge sand sub-atomic particles 5.1.1.5 size and mass of atoms 5.1.1.6 relative atomic mass