Groups in the Periodic Table Revision Guide

Groups in the Periodic Table Revision Guide

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
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Extracting Metals and Equilibria Revision Guide

Extracting Metals and Equilibria Revision Guide

This is a whole topic revision booklet aimed at the new 2016 Science GCSE. It covers everything the students need to know about the 'Extracting Metals' topic as well as the 'Reversible Reactions and Equilibrium' 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 It comes as a whole booklet, or two separate topics so you can choose how to distribute to your students. 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.
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States of Matter, Mixtures and Separation Techniques Revision Guide

States of Matter, Mixtures and Separation Techniques Revision Guide

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
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Groups in the Periodic Table Powerpoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016

Groups in the Periodic Table Powerpoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016

This pack contains a PowerPoint focusing on the Groups in the Periodic Table topic including: 1. Alkali Metals in water 2. Reactivity of the Alkali Metals 3. The physical properties of the halogens 4. Reactions of the halogens - displacement, metal halides and hydrogen halides 5. Redox reactions 6. The physical properties and uses of the noble gases 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.
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Groups in the Periodic Table Revision Guide

Groups in the Periodic Table Revision Guide

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
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Volume control powerpoint

Volume control powerpoint

A simple powerpoint that can be used to control group volume. It makes a noise each time you progress the image from green to orange to red - giving students ownership over their volume before they are made to work in silence! Simple but effective - I use it regularly and it keeps classes in check.
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Groups in the Periodic Table Knowledge Check GCSE 2016

Groups in the Periodic Table Knowledge Check GCSE 2016

A set of knowledge check questions and answers for the sixth topic of the new 2016 Chemistry GCSE. This contains key questions on: 1. The Alkali Metals 2. The Halogens 3. The Noble Gases This is geared towards Edexcel, but will cover the majority of AQA and OCR content.
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Extracting Metals and Equilibria Knowledge Check GCSE 2016

Extracting Metals and Equilibria Knowledge Check GCSE 2016

A set of knowledge check questions and answers for the fourth topic of the new 2016 Chemistry GCSE. This contains key questions on: 1. Extracting Metals 2. Reversible Reactions and Equilibria This is geared towards Edexcel, but will cover the majority of AQA and OCR content. Preview Files included (1)
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Obtaining and Using Metals Revision Guide

Obtaining and Using Metals Revision Guide

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 Obtaining and Using Metals 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 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
MrBarnesTC
Extracting Metals and Equilibria Revision Guide

Extracting Metals and Equilibria Revision Guide

This is a whole topic revision booklet aimed at the new 2016 Science GCSE. It covers everything the students need to know about the 'Extracting Metals' topic as well as the 'Reversible Reactions and Equilibrium' 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 It comes as a whole booklet, or two separate topics so you can choose how to distribute to your students. 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.
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Reversible Reactions and Equilibrium Revision Guide

Reversible Reactions and Equilibrium Revision Guide

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. Recycling Metals and Life-Cycle Assessments 2. What is a reversible reaction? 3. What is Equilibrium/Dynamic Equilibrium? 4. Le Chatelier's Principle 5. The Haber Process 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
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Electrolysis Powerpoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016

Electrolysis Powerpoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016

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.
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Acids, Alkalis and Electrolysis Knowledge Check GCSE 2016

Acids, Alkalis and Electrolysis Knowledge Check GCSE 2016

A set of knowledge check questions and answers for the third topic of the new 2016 Chemistry GCSE. This contains key questions on: 1. Acids and Alkalis 2. Electrolytic Processes This is geared towards Edexcel, but will cover the majority of AQA and OCR content.
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Topic 3 - Chemical Change - Electrolytic Processes Revision Guide GCSE

Topic 3 - Chemical Change - Electrolytic Processes Revision Guide GCSE

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 Electrolytic Processes / Electrolysis topic, including: 1. What is Electrolysis / an electrolyte? 2. Oxidation, Reduction and naming the electrodes 3. Writing Half Equations 4. Core Practical: Electrolysis of Copper Sulphate Solution 5. Predicting the Products of electrolysis 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.
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Chemical Changes Revision Guide

Chemical Changes Revision Guide

This is a whole topic revision booklet aimed at the new 2016 Science GCSE. It covers everything the students need to know about the Acids and Alkalis topic as well as the Electrolytic Processes 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 It comes as a whole booklet, or two separate topics so you can choose how to distribute to your students. 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.
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Topic 3 - Chemical Change - Acids Revision Guide GCSE

Topic 3 - Chemical Change - Acids Revision Guide GCSE

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.
MrBarnesTC
Calculations involving Masses PowerPoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016

Calculations involving Masses PowerPoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016

This pack contains a three lesson PowerPoint focusing on calculations involving masses including: 1. Conservation of Mass 2. Relative Formula Mass 3. Empirical Formula 4. Maximum Masses / Theoretical Yield 5. Moles, Masses, Particles and Avogadro's Number 6. Limiting Reactants 7. Stoichiometry 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.
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The Periodic Table Powerpoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016

The Periodic Table Powerpoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016

This pack contains a three lesson PowerPoint focusing on the Periodic Table - including: 1. The History of the Periodic Table 2. The Periodic Table 3. Electronic Configuration and its link to Periods and Groups 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. Preview Files included (3)
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Covalent Bonding Powerpoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016

Covalent Bonding Powerpoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016

This pack contains a three lesson PowerPoint focusing on covalent bonding including: 1. What are molecules? 2. What are the sizes of simple molecules? 3. Drawing covalent compounds 4. What are the properties of simple molecular substances? 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.
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Types of Substance Powerpoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016

Types of Substance Powerpoint and Workbook - GCSE 2016

This pack contains a three lesson PowerPoint focusing on covalent bonding including: 1. Metals and Non-metals 2. Giant Covalent Substances 3. Allotropes of Carbon 4. Polymers and Models 5. How to work out if something is ionic, covalent or metallic 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.
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Types of Bonding PowerPoints and Workbooks

Types of Bonding PowerPoints and Workbooks

A series of PowerPoints that covers Ionic, Simple Covalent, Giant Covalent and Metallic Bonding This is suitable for all higher and foundation students and geared towards GCSE
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