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I'm a Chemistry Teacher from Staffordshire who prepares videos and resources for GCSE chemistry. Enjoy!

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I'm a Chemistry Teacher from Staffordshire who prepares videos and resources for GCSE chemistry. Enjoy!
GCSE Chemistry 1-9: Skills Booklet - Word / Balancing / Ionic Equations
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GCSE Chemistry 1-9: Skills Booklet - Word / Balancing / Ionic Equations

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This booklet is aimed to support students in the tricky skills aspect of the new GCSE. It includes: A Periodic Table Common Substances Writing Word Equations Picking information from the text Word Equations: Metals and Oxygen Word Equations: Metals and Water Word Equations: Displacement Reactions Word Equations: Complete and Incomplete Combustion Word Equations: Acid – Base reactions Word Equations: Reduction reactions Practice Questions: Word Equations Balancing Simple Equations Practice Questions: Balancing Equations Finding the formula for ionic substances Finding the formula for covalent substances Writing Balanced Equations Writing Balanced Equations: Metals and Oxygen Writing Balanced Equations: Metals and Water Writing Balanced Equations: Displacement Reactions Writing Balanced Equations: Combustion Writing Balanced Equations: Acid – Base reactions Writing Balanced Equations: Reduction reactions Practice Questions: Writing Balancing Equations Writing Ionic Equations (H) Practice Questions: Writing Ionic Equations Writing Half Equations (H) Practice Questions: Writing Half Equations Hopefully you find it as useful as my students have!
History of the Atom
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History of the Atom

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This is a series of links to revision videos I have made for the atom. This includes revision material, practice questions and answers as well as extra questions at the end that could be set as homework. These are all available for free at www.mrbarnestc.com. It includes: 1. The Dalton Atom and how it has changed 2. The sub-atomic particles in the atom, including their charge and mass 3. Why all atoms are neutral 4. How Rutherford proved the size of the nucleus 5. The mass of and atom, including mass and atomic number 6. Isotopes and how you can calculate the relative atomic mass 7. How to calculate the number of protons, neutrons and electrons
GCSE Chemistry 1-9: Atomic Structure & The Periodic Table Revision Guide
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GCSE Chemistry 1-9: Atomic Structure & The Periodic Table Revision Guide

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This pack contains a revision guide focusing on the Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table - including revision material for: The History of the Atom The Atom today - charge, mass, and calculating Protons, Neutrons and Electrons Isotopes The History of the Periodic Table The Periodic Table Electronic Configuration and its link to Periods and Groups The Revision Guide booklet contains all of the key information you need for the topic, as well as some practice questions to test your understanding (and a mark scheme to see if you are right!!)
Topic 1: Key Concepts in Chemistry Revision Bundle
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Topic 1: Key Concepts in Chemistry Revision Bundle

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This bundle contains revision material on all of the units for Topic 1 of the new Chemistry GCSE: A. The Atom B. The Periodic Table C. Ionic Bonding D. Covalent Bonding E. Types of Substance F. Calculations Involving Masses The material consists of revision videos, practice questions with model answers - including videos that can be set for homework - revision material - written by myself with 'pupil speak' in mind - as well as exam questions and answers. This can be used as a teaching resource or as revision material. The bundle allows you to pick and choose what you want to aid your teaching of the topic.
Ionic Bonding Powerpoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016
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Ionic Bonding Powerpoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016

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This pack contains a three lesson PowerPoint focusing on ionic bonding including: 1. What are Ions? 2. What are the charges of different ions and compound ions? 3. Drawing Ionic compounds 4. Finding the formula of ionic compounds 5. What are the properties of Ionic Compounds There are GCSE exam questions, with model answers/mark schemes, embedded into the PowerPoint as well as links to revision videos that can be set as homework or viewed in class. There is also a workbook that can be printed and used as a resource in the classroom which includes revision notes, practice questions and mark schemes.
GCSE Chemistry Flash Cards - Fuels and Earth Science
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GCSE Chemistry Flash Cards - Fuels and Earth Science

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This resource has a series of flash cards for the Fuels and Earth Science topic. It contains a pdf with: 26 key questions for topic 8 of the GCSE Answers so that the students can quickly see if they are right or wrong (just print the pages out back to back) A QR code that takes them to a summary video for the topic. A link to a video for that specific outcome to help them revise for the exam. I have also added the word document if you wanted to add any more questions before you print them out for your classes. Finally, it contains all of the outcomes that students need to know for the Edexcel GCSE with a revision video for each. Hopefully you find it useful! Want to try more? Have a look at these: 1a. Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table 1b. Types of Substance 1c. Calculations involving Masses
GCSE Chemistry Flash Cards - Rates of Reaction and Energy Changes
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GCSE Chemistry Flash Cards - Rates of Reaction and Energy Changes

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This resource has a series of flash cards for the rates of reaction and energy changes (exothermic/endothermic) topic. It contains a pdf with: 24 key questions for topic 6 of the GCSE Answers so that the students can quickly see if they are right or wrong (just print the pages out back to back) A QR code that takes them to a summary video for the topic. A link to a video for that specific outcome to help them revise for the exam. I have also added the word document if you wanted to add any more questions before you print them out for your classes. Finally, it contains all of the outcomes that students need to know for the Edexcel GCSE with a revision video for each. Hopefully you find it useful! Want to try more? Have a look at three more topics below: 1a. Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table 1b. Types of Substance 1c. Calculations involving Masses
GCSE Combined Science 1-9 - Chemistry Paper 2 Revision Guide
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GCSE Combined Science 1-9 - Chemistry Paper 2 Revision Guide

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This is a revision guide for the second paper of the new GCSE 1-9. It contains outcomes, with links to revision videos for each outcome. Key knowledge checks - short, sharp, key facts about each topic that will guarantee a grade 4/5 Key words and definitions for the whole of paper 2 Revision notes for the whole of paper 2 MODEL QUESTIONS for EVERY outcome with model GCSE answers. The topics contained in Paper 2 are: Groups in the Periodic Table Rates of Reaction Energy Changes Fuels Earth Science I hope you find it as useful as my students have!
Topic 3 - Acids Revision Guide GCSE
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Topic 3 - Acids Revision Guide GCSE

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Mr Barnes Teaches Chemistry This is a revision booklet aimed at the new 2016 Science GCSE. It covers everything the students need to know about the Acids and Alkalis topic, including: 1. What are acids and alkalis in terms of ions 2. What is the effect of indicators 3. Strong, weak, dilute and concentrated Acids 4. The two Core Practicals 5. Naming Salts and Writing Balanced Equations 6. Preparing Pure salts from different reactants 7. Solubility Rules It contains: A. Outcomes for the GCSE, B. Video links which contain information, questions and model answers, C. Revision notes which have been written by myself, specifically for the course D. Practice exam questions E. Model answers This is designed for Edexcel but covers all aspects of AQA and OCR Chemistry.
Types of Substance GCSE 2016 Revision Guide
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Types of Substance GCSE 2016 Revision Guide

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Mr Barnes Teaches Chemistry This is a revision booklet aimed at the new 2016 Science GCSE. It covers everything the students need to know about the atom, including: 1. How to draw covalent bonds 2. Properties of simple covalent molecules 3. Properties of metals and non-metals 4. Giant covalent compounds and allotropes of carbon 5. Polymers 6. Limitations of models 7. How to classify substances as ionic, covalent or metallic. It contains: A. Outcomes for the GCSE, B. Video links which contain information, questions and model answers, C. Revision notes which have been written by myself, specifically for the course D. Practice exam questions E. Model answers This is designed for Edexcel but covers all aspects of AQA and OCR Chemistry. I hope you find it useful!
Electrolysis Powerpoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016
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Electrolysis Powerpoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016

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This pack contains a PowerPoint focusing on Electrolytic Processes topic including: 1. What is Electrolysis? 2. What is an Electrolyte? 3. What is happening at the cathode and anode? 4. Oxidation and Reduction (electrons) 5. Writing half equations at the electrodes 6. The core practical - electrolysis of copper sulphate 7. Predicting the products when you have molten/aqueous electrolytes There are GCSE exam questions, with model answers/mark schemes, embedded into the PowerPoint as well as links to revision videos that can be set as homework or viewed in class. There is also a workbook that can be printed and used as a resource in the classroom which includes revision notes, practice questions and mark schemes.
Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table Survival Guide
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Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table Survival Guide

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This bundle contains everything you need to get your students through the Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table topic, including: Powerpoints Practice Questions - differentiated Knowledge Checks Revision Videos (www.mrbarnestc.com) Revision Guides
GCSE 1-9 Chemistry: Ionic, Metallic & Covalent Bonding - Types of Substance PowerPoint/Unit of Work
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GCSE 1-9 Chemistry: Ionic, Metallic & Covalent Bonding - Types of Substance PowerPoint/Unit of Work

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This pack contains a ten lesson PowerPoint focusing on the Types of Substance (Ionic, Covalent and Metallic Bonding) topic - including: What are Ions? What are the charges of different ions and compound ions? Drawing Ionic compounds Finding the formula of ionic compounds What are the properties of Ionic Compounds What are molecules? What are the sizes of simple molecules? Drawing covalent compounds What are the properties of simple molecular substances? Metals and Non-metals Giant Covalent Substances Allotropes of Carbon Polymers and Models How to work out if something is ionic, covalent or metallic The PowerPoint booklet contains all the key information needed for the new GCSE, with self-made graphics/diagrams and questions linked to the accompanying AfL Booklet which can be used as in lesson AfL or as homework. There are also links to revision videos to help your students revise the topic. Finally, there is an accompanying mark scheme to help non-specialists as well. I hope you find it as useful as my students do!
GCSE Chemistry 1-9: Groups in the Periodic Table Revision Guide
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GCSE Chemistry 1-9: Groups in the Periodic Table Revision Guide

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Mr Barnes Teaches Chemistry This is a revision booklet aimed at the new 2016 Science GCSE. It covers everything the students need to know about the Groups topic, including: 1. The Alkali Metals 2. The Halogens and Displacement Reactions 3. The Noble Gases It contains: A. Outcomes for the GCSE, B. Video links which contain information, questions and model answers, C. Revision notes which have been written by myself, specifically for the course D. Practice exam questions E. Model answers This is designed for Edexcel but covers all aspects of AQA and OCR Chemistry
GCSE Chemistry 9-1: Chemical Changes (Acids, Alkalis and Electrolysis) Knowledge Check
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GCSE Chemistry 9-1: Chemical Changes (Acids, Alkalis and Electrolysis) Knowledge Check

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This pack contains a key knowledge checks for the Chemcial Change (Acids, Alkalis and Electrolysis) topic. There is a practice question and model answer for each outcome of the new 1-9 GCSE - for both foundation and higher students. This is a highly useful resource that students can use before their exams to make sure they know about each outcome that could come up. It also comes with a blank version for students to write in.
GCSE Chemistry 9-1: Chemical Changes (Acids, Alkalis and Electrolysis) AfL Work Book
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GCSE Chemistry 9-1: Chemical Changes (Acids, Alkalis and Electrolysis) AfL Work Book

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This pack contains a pdf afl workbook focusing on the Chemical Changes (Acids, Alkalis and Electrolysis) topic - including: 1. What are acids and alkalis in terms of ions 2. What is the effect of indicators 3. Strong, weak, dilute and concentrated Acids 4. The two Core Practicals 5. Naming Salts and Writing Balanced Equations 6. Preparing Pure salts from different reactants 7. Solubility Rules 8. What is Electrolysis / an electrolyte? 9. Oxidation, Reduction and naming the electrodes 10. Writing Half Equations 11. Core Practical: Electrolysis of Copper Sulphate Solution 12. Predicting the Products of electrolysis The AfL booklet contains a range of questions - including key words, knowledge checks, standard tier questions and higher tier questions designed to test the highest of ability students. There is an accompanying mark scheme to help non-specialists as well. See more at www.mrbarnestc.com
GCSE Chemistry 9-1: Extracting Metals and Equilibria PowerPoint / Unit of Work
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GCSE Chemistry 9-1: Extracting Metals and Equilibria PowerPoint / Unit of Work

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This pack contains a five lesson PowerPoint focusing on the Extracting Metals and Equilibria topic - including: 1. The Reactivity of Metals 2. Displacement Reactions and Half Equations 3. Oxidation and Reduction 4. Ores and Metal Extraction 5. Bioleaching and Phytoextraction 6. Recycling Metals and Life-Cycle Assessments 7. What is a reversible reaction? 8. What is Equilibrium/Dynamic Equilibrium? 9. Le Chatelier’s Principle 10. The Haber Process The PowerPoint booklet contains all the key information needed for the new GCSE, with self-made graphics/diagrams and questions linked to the accompanying AfL Booklet which can be used as in lesson AfL or as homework. There are also links to revision videos to help your students revise the topic. Finally, there is an accompanying mark scheme to help non-specialists as well. I hope you find it as useful as my students do! See more at www.mrbarnestc.com
C1: Obtaining and Using Metals (Edexcel) Revision
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C1: Obtaining and Using Metals (Edexcel) Revision

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This revision booklet contains the following: 1. The content specification 2. Basic knowledge cards for lower ability students 3. Key revision notes on the topic 4. Practice exam questions 5. Mark Scheme 6. An exam style question for every specification point and the model answer to go with it. Hope it helps!
C1: Acids and Electrolysis (Edexcel) Revision
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C1: Acids and Electrolysis (Edexcel) Revision

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This revision booklet contains the following: 1. The content specification 2. Basic knowledge cards for lower ability students 3. Key revision notes on the topic 4. Practice exam questions 5. Mark Scheme 6. An exam style question for every specification point and the model answer to go with it. Hope it helps!
GCSE Chemistry 1-9: Calculations Involving Masses Revision Guide
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GCSE Chemistry 1-9: Calculations Involving Masses Revision Guide

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Mr Barnes Teaches Chemistry This is a revision booklet aimed at the new 2016 Science GCSE. It covers everything the students need to know about the Calculations topic, including: Conservation of Mass Relative Formula Mass Empirical Formula Concentration Calculating Masses from Reactants Moles, Mass and Avogadro’s Number Limiting Reagents (H) Stoichiometry (H) It contains: A. Outcomes for the GCSE, B. Video links which contain information, questions and model answers, C. Revision notes which have been written by myself, specifically for the course D. Practice exam questions E. Model answers This is designed for Edexcel but covers all aspects of AQA and OCR Chemistry. I hope you find it useful!