Hero image

OnSpecScience

Average Rating4.48
(based on 231 reviews)

Full lesson PowerPoint presentations covering the entire GCSE 9-1 Chemistry curriculum are available here. My lessons have been created specifically to meet all specification points on the Pearson Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Chemistry course (for Combined and Separate Science). A range of KS3 lessons are also available, all of which have been updated for the current version of the KS3 curriculum. See my bundles to get even better value for money. Please leave reviews if you find these resources useful!

306Uploads

429k+Views

246k+Downloads

Full lesson PowerPoint presentations covering the entire GCSE 9-1 Chemistry curriculum are available here. My lessons have been created specifically to meet all specification points on the Pearson Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Chemistry course (for Combined and Separate Science). A range of KS3 lessons are also available, all of which have been updated for the current version of the KS3 curriculum. See my bundles to get even better value for money. Please leave reviews if you find these resources useful!
Chemical Cells and Fuel Cells GCSE lesson (SC16a)
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

Chemical Cells and Fuel Cells GCSE lesson (SC16a)

(0)
This full lesson PowerPoint will allow you to teach the GCSE 9-1 specification Chemistry lesson on Chemical Cells and Fuel Cells. The resource is accessible for students, easy for teachers to follow and is appropriate for TRIPLE SCIENCE ONLY, Foundation and Higher tiers. Please note that this lesson covers the Edexcel Chemistry Paper 1 content on chemical cells and hydrogen fuel cells. “Recall that a chemical cell produces a voltage until one of the reactants is used up” “Recall that in a hydrogen–oxygen fuel cell hydrogen and oxygen are used to produce a voltage and water is the only product” “Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of fuel cells for given uses” This lesson does not cover the Paper 2 content comparing and contrasting hydrogen and petrol as fuels. For that content, see my lesson SC20f on Cracking and Alternative Fuels.
Tests for Ions plus Bulk & Surface Properties of Materials: 5 GCSE Chemistry lessons. Edexcel 9-1 Topics SC25 SC26 TRIPLE ONLY
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

Tests for Ions plus Bulk & Surface Properties of Materials: 5 GCSE Chemistry lessons. Edexcel 9-1 Topics SC25 SC26 TRIPLE ONLY

7 Resources
This bundle meets all specification points needed to teach Topic 25 “Qualitative Analysis: Tests for Ions” and Topic 26 “Bulk and Surface Properties of Matter, and Nanoparticles” from the Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Separate Science Chemistry course. These topics are for Triple Science classes only, they are not needed for Combined Science students. The bundle includes five full lesson PowerPoints (one of these can be used to deliver two lessons) and associated resources, plus my overview and equipment lists for all Year 10 and Year 11 Combined & Triple Science. I have many other GCSE lessons and bundles available so please check out my shop, OnSpecScience.
Polymers and Addition Polymerisation GCSE Lesson (SC24a) TRIPLE
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

Polymers and Addition Polymerisation GCSE Lesson (SC24a) TRIPLE

(0)
This full lesson PowerPoint will allow you to teach the GCSE 9-1 specification Chemistry lesson on Addition Polymerisation; in particular, how to draw addition polymers and show polymerisation equations. The resource is accessible for students, easy for teachers to follow and is appropriate for TRIPLE SCIENCE ONLY, Foundation and Higher tiers. See my other resources for lessons on Uses, Properties and Problems with Polymers (SC24b and SC24d) and on Condensation Polymers (SC24c).
Molar Volume of Gases GCSE Lesson (SC14e) TRIPLE
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

Molar Volume of Gases GCSE Lesson (SC14e) TRIPLE

(0)
This full lesson PowerPoint and worksheet (with answers) will allow you to teach the GCSE 9-1 specification Chemistry lesson on Molar Volumes of Gases. The resource is easy to follow for teachers, readily accessible for students and is appropriate for Triple Science classes, Higher tier only.
Calculating Concentration GCSE Chemistry lesson (SC9b CC9b) Calculations
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

Calculating Concentration GCSE Chemistry lesson (SC9b CC9b) Calculations

(0)
This PowerPoint (plus worksheet) are designed to introduce the meaning of concentration in Chemistry and teaches students how to use cubic decimetres to calculate concentration of solutions in g dm-3. The lesson is accessible for students, easy to follow for teachers and is required learning for Combined and Triple Science classes, Foundation and Higher tiers. Be aware: this resource covers concentration in g dm-3 only. Triple Science students will also need to learn about concentrations in mol dm-3 but this is covered in a later lesson, once moles have been introduced Follow-up lessons on Calculations involving Mass are available from my shop individually or, alongside this lesson, as part of a whole-topic bundle.
Alcohols and Ethanol Production GCSE Lesson (SC23a SC23b) TRIPLE
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

Alcohols and Ethanol Production GCSE Lesson (SC23a SC23b) TRIPLE

(1)
PowerPoint sufficient to teach the GCSE 9-1 specification Chemistry lessons on Alcohols and Ethanol Production in one single lesson. The resource is accessible for students, easy for teachers to follow and is appropriate for TRIPLE SCIENCE ONLY, Foundation and Higher tiers. Best taught after completing my lesson SC22a on "Alkenes and Homologous Series", which provides an intro to the structures of the alcohol homologous series.
Dynamic Equilibrium and the Haber Process: 3 GCSE Chemistry Lessons. Edexcel 9-1 Topic SC15 TRIPLE ONLY
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

Dynamic Equilibrium and the Haber Process: 3 GCSE Chemistry Lessons. Edexcel 9-1 Topic SC15 TRIPLE ONLY

5 Resources
This bundle meets all specification points needed to teach Topic 15 “Dynamic Equilibria” from the Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Chemistry course (Triple Science only unit). The basic lesson on dynamic equilibrium (CC12a) is also needed for Combined Science students. The bundle includes three full lesson PowerPoints and associated resources, plus my overview and equipment lists for all Year 10 and Year 11 Combined & Triple Science. I have many other GCSE lessons and bundles available so please check out my shop, OnSpecScience.
Fuels and the Earth's Atmosphere: 7 GCSE Chemistry Lessons. Edexcel 9-1 Topics CC16 CC17 SC20 SC21
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

Fuels and the Earth's Atmosphere: 7 GCSE Chemistry Lessons. Edexcel 9-1 Topics CC16 CC17 SC20 SC21

13 Resources
This bundle meets all specification points needed to teach Topic 16 (topic 20 for Separate Science) "Fuels" and Topic 17 (topic 21 for Separates) "Earth and Atmospheric Science" from the Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Combined Science course. The bundle includes seven full lesson PowerPoints and associated resources, plus my overview and equipment lists for all Year 10 and Year 11 Combined & Triple Science. Having delivered this to three classes already, my suggested teaching order is: Crude Oil, Hydrocarbons and Alkanes; Fractional Distillation; Complete and Incomplete Combustion; Acid Rain, Fuels and Pollution; Cracking and Hydrogen Fuel Cells; Earth's Early Atmosphere; Climate Change. I have many other GCSE lessons and bundles available so please check out my shop, OnSpecScience.
Alkenes and Homologous Series GCSE Lesson (SC22a SC22b) TRIPLE Alkanes
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

Alkenes and Homologous Series GCSE Lesson (SC22a SC22b) TRIPLE Alkanes

(1)
Full Lesson PowerPoint (with independent learning tasks and suggested practical demo) sufficient to teach the GCSE 9-1 specification Chemistry lesson on alkenes. It also serves as a good introduction/reminder for the structures of the other homologous series that need to be taught (alkanes, alcohols and carboxylic acids). The resource is accessible for students, easy for teachers to follow and is appropriate for TRIPLE SCIENCE ONLY, Foundation and Higher tiers. Best taught at some point after my lesson SC20a "Crude Oil, Hydrocarbons and Alkanes".
Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide GCSE Lesson (SC9a CC9a)
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide GCSE Lesson (SC9a CC9a)

(0)
This PowerPoint plus practical method sheet will allow you to teach a broad range of abilities how to determine the empirical formula of magnesium oxide from practical data they have collected. The resource meets the required specification points for the Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Chemistry course. It is accessible for students, easy to follow for teachers and is appropriate for Combined and Triple Science classes, Foundation and Higher tiers. This is best taught following my lesson on “Formula Mass and Empirical Formulae”. Other lessons on Calculations involving Mass (including the preceding theory lesson) are available from my shop. They can be purchased individually or, alongside this lesson, as part of a whole-topic bundle.
Dynamic Equilibrium GCSE Lesson (CC12a SC12a)
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

Dynamic Equilibrium GCSE Lesson (CC12a SC12a)

(2)
Full Lesson PowerPoint sufficient to teach the GCSE 9-1 specification Chemistry lesson on Dynamic Equilibrium. The resource is easy to follow for teachers and readily accessible for students. For Combined Science, Foundation students only need to cover the first two objectives; Higher tier candidates also need to learn about factors affecting the position of the equilibrium. Triple Science students also need to do the follow-up lesson (SC15b) on Factors affecting Equilibria. A clearer version of the worksheet can be downloaded from my shop in needed. Search for "GCSE Chemistry Haber Process worksheet to go with lesson CC12a SC12a “Dynamic Equilibrium”.
Unicellular Organisms Year 8 Topic- 6 full lessons (KS3 8D)
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

Unicellular Organisms Year 8 Topic- 6 full lessons (KS3 8D)

7 Resources
This bundle will allow you to teach Year 8 students the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum required learning on Unicellular Organisms. The bundle includes five full lesson PowerPoints (containing equipment lists for suggested practicals) plus an engaging ICT task (packaged with the Protoctists lesson) that can be used to occupy students for a full lesson of extension and consolidation. Suggested teaching order: Uni or Multicellular?, Microscopic Fungi, Bacteria, Protoctists, ICT Extension lesson, Decomposers & Carbon Cycle. I have many other KS3 lessons and bundles available. See the attached Checklist document for full details of Year 8 and please visit my shop, OnSpecScience.
Science Practical Skills - Equipment and Safety - Full lesson KS3
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

Science Practical Skills - Equipment and Safety - Full lesson KS3

(0)
This full lesson PowerPoint is designed to teach Year 7 students about the names and uses of Scientific equipment, plus how they are drawn and labelled in scientific diagrams. This is the first in a series of three lessons I have planned which focus solely on teaching students about the basics of safe and accurate practical work. Visit my shop to find the other lessons in this series: Year 7 Measuring Skills Year 7 Bunsen Burners Plus a whole catalogue of other KS3 Science and KS4 Chemistry lessons.
Balanced Equations GCSE Chemistry lesson (SC9b CC9b)
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

Balanced Equations GCSE Chemistry lesson (SC9b CC9b)

(0)
This PowerPoint is designed to introduce students to Balanced Chemical Equations and links balanced equations with the Law of Conservation of Mass. The lesson is accessible for students, easy to follow for teachers and is required learning for Combined and Triple Science classes, Foundation and Higher tiers. Be aware: this resource is aims to teach students the basics of balancing equations and it assumes no prior knowledge / experience. As such, this content may take a whole lesson to cover with some classes but could be completed very quickly with students who have previous experience of balanced equations. Follow-up lessons on Calculations involving Mass are available from my shop individually or, alongside this lesson, as part of a whole-topic bundle.
8Ea Products of Combustion worksheet Hydrocarbons
OnSpecScienceOnSpecScience

8Ea Products of Combustion worksheet Hydrocarbons

(1)
To go with my KS3 lesson on Burning Fuels. This worksheet covers the products formed when hydrocarbons combust (completely) and serves as an introduction to writing word equations for combustion. Best used alongside a suitable demo or video of the setup shown on the worksheet.