Chromatography

Chromatography

Complete lesson on Chromatography to be taught at KS3. Includes: -Powerpoint -Practical worksheet -Homework -Tasks + differentiated worksheets -Stretch and challenge work on plant chromatography for higher levels
MayVII
Which Animal Group Quiz

Which Animal Group Quiz

Powerpoint of quiz students identify whether they are amphibians, reptiles, bird, fish etc. Worksheet for the students to write their answers.
MayVII
Atoms - Daltons atomic theory

Atoms - Daltons atomic theory

PowerPoint Lesson objective: 1) State Dalton’s Atomic theory 2) Explain why Dalton reintroduced the idea of the atom Worksheet: 1)LITERACY TASK - Daltons Atomic theory, independent reading task and quiz attached 2)OBSERVATION TASK - practical grid to sort substances into solids, liquids, gases and whether they are elements 3)RESEARCH TASK - using dated information students to create a timeline 'when were the elements discovered?'
MayVII
Ionic bonding and structure - OCR AS Level Chemistry (Electrons and bonding)

Ionic bonding and structure - OCR AS Level Chemistry (Electrons and bonding)

Following the OCR A specification. This PowerPoint looks at -ionic bonding as electrostatic attraction between positive and negative ions -construction of dot and cross diagrams -giant ionic lattice structures -tasks to draw sodium chloride, magnesium oxide, sodium fluoride, lithium oxide etc. -multiple choice questions A worksheet to practice ionic bonding questions.
MayVII
Introduction to ions, ionic compounds & ionic equations

Introduction to ions, ionic compounds & ionic equations

Powerpoint slides on the introduction to ions, ionic compounds and ionic equations. -Dissolving an ionic lattice -Activity slides -Spectator ions -Acid + Alkalis reactions -Acid + Carbonates reactions Displacement reactions and Precipitate reactions illustrated
MayVII
Introduction to A Level Chemistry

Introduction to A Level Chemistry

Introduction to AS Level Chemistry. Slides and tasks on each of these concepts: -Counting atoms -Deriving chemical formulas -Significant figures -Balancing equations (worksheet & answers also provided) -State symbols -Naming compounds -Use of Roman numerals -Non-metals -Organic compounds
MayVII
Physics Trail

Physics Trail

Physics Trail, can be used as a starter or plenary activity. The purpose is for students to be up and around the classroom, completing the trail whilst consolidating their learning. Teacher instruction: Print out the slides and pin around the classroom. Each slide has a question and an answer. Students complete the trail using their starter question 'what is a photon?'. You may wish to add your own questions and answers too.
MayVII
Rate Graphs and Orders PART I - OCR A Level Chemistry (Orders, Rate equations and rate constants)

Rate Graphs and Orders PART I - OCR A Level Chemistry (Orders, Rate equations and rate constants)

Rate graphs and orders - PART 1 (Lesson 1) PowerPoint: CONCENTRATION - TIME GRAPH -deduce orders 1-0 with respect to reactant from shape of graph -calculations of reaction rates from gradients -concentration time graph of first order reaction -measurement of half-life Worksheet: 1) Half life and orders worksheet 2) Derivation showing the relationship between k and t1/2 explained 3) Matching cards for order graphs - handmade
MayVII
The chemistry of PHENOL - OCR A Level Chemistry (Aromatic Chemistry)

The chemistry of PHENOL - OCR A Level Chemistry (Aromatic Chemistry)

PowerPoint: The chemistry of Phenols - OCR A Level Chemistry (Aromatic Chemistry) -what is a phenol? -difference between phenol and alcohols -the weak acidity of phenols (neutralisation reactions with NaOH) -electrophilic substitution reactions of phenol 1)bromination 2)nitration -electrophilic substitution of phenol compared with benzene
MayVII
Dingbats - Wordplay game

Dingbats - Wordplay game

End of Term Quiz! Play Dingbats, popular wordplay game, with your class. Slides have been prepared so you can either play as a whole class, with all the dingbat words up at the same time or one at a time in smaller teams. Hope you have fun playing!
MayVII
Benzene - OCR A Level Chemistry (Aromatic Chemistry)

Benzene - OCR A Level Chemistry (Aromatic Chemistry)

Lesson 1 - Introducing Benzene 1) The comparison of the Kekulé model of benzene with the subsequent delocalised models for benzene in terms of p-orbital overlap forming a delocalised π-system 2) The experimental evidence for a delocalised, rather than Kekulé, model for benzene in terms of bond lengths, enthalpy change of hydrogenation and resistance to reaction 3) Use of IUPAC rules of nomenclature for systematically naming substituted aromatic compounds
MayVII