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I am a very experienced chemistry teacher and have produced many quality resources which have been extensively tested in the classroom. My resources aim to engage the students and lighten the planning load for the teacher. The resources include interactive PowerPoints, activities and games including multiple choice and true-false quizzes, worksheets with answers, exam style questions and lesson plans.

I am a very experienced chemistry teacher and have produced many quality resources which have been extensively tested in the classroom. My resources aim to engage the students and lighten the planning load for the teacher. The resources include interactive PowerPoints, activities and games including multiple choice and true-false quizzes, worksheets with answers, exam style questions and lesson plans.
Atomic Structure - OCR AS Chemistry
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Atomic Structure - OCR AS Chemistry

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This lesson is part of a series covering the OCR AS Chemistry specification. It covers the topic atomic structure and isotopes in terms of protons, neutrons and electrons. It features a 29 slide interactive PowerPoint that includes starter, group activities, questions and plenary along with an 8 page worksheet and a lesson plan. An exam style question is also included. Answers to all exercises are provided. A fully interactive PowerPoint multiple choice quiz is provided as a plenary activity, along with the A, B, C, D cards needed in the classroom. Content covered: • Protons, neutrons and electrons – mass and relative charge • Atomic number and mass number • Isotopes • Key definitions Duration: one lesson Links Previous lesson: topic 1 - the Changing Atom Next lesson: topic 3 - Atomic Masses
Amount and moles - OCR AS Chemistry
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Amount and moles - OCR AS Chemistry

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This lesson is part of a series covering the OCR AS Chemistry specification. This resource covers the topic amount of substance and the mole. It features a 49 slide interactive PowerPoint that includes starter, group activities, quizzes, questions and plenary along with a 13 page worksheet and a lesson plan. Answers to all exercises are provided. Content covered: • Relative masses and the mole • Avogadro constant • Calculating number of atoms • Amount of substance • Molar mass • Calculating amount of substance from total mass and vice versa • Mole triangle Duration: 1-2 lessons Links Previous lesson: topic 4 – Formulae and equations Next lesson: topic 5 – Moles and gas volumes
The Changing Atom - OCR AS Chemistry
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The Changing Atom - OCR AS Chemistry

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This is the first lesson in a series covering the OCR AS Chemistry specification. Serving as an introduction to atomic structure, this lesson on the Changing Atom includes all the materials needed for a group activity on the contributions of key scientists to the development of the theory of atomic structure. It features an interactive PowerPoint that includes starter, group activity, questions and plenary along with a worksheet and a lesson plan. Content covered: How Science Works - HSW7 - The changing accepted models of atomic structure over time. The contributions of five scientists to the development of the theory of atomic structure. Duration : One part lesson (setting up) and one whole lesson (group activity and plenary). The rest of the first lesson can be spent starting atomic structure (see atomic structure lesson)
Atomic Masses - OCR AS Chemistry
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Atomic Masses - OCR AS Chemistry

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This lesson is part of a series covering the OCR AS Chemistry specification. It includes a fully interactive PowerPoint true-false quiz to recap the previous lesson on atomic structure, along with the template for the true-false cards needed in the classroom. This resource covers atomic masses and mass spectrometry. It features a 30 slide interactive PowerPoint that includes starter, group activities, questions and plenary along with an 10 page worksheet and a lesson plan. An exam style question is also included. Answers to all exercises are provided. Content covered: • Relative masses - comparison of masses to carbon-12 • Calculating relative atomic mass from the masses and abundances of the isotopes • Mass spectrometry and its use in the above • Calculating relative molecular and relative formula masses from formulae • Key definitions of relative atomic mass and relative isotopic mass Duration: one lesson Links Previous lesson: topic 2 – Atomic structure Next lesson: topic 4 – Formulae and equations
Formulae and equations-OCR AS Chemistry
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Formulae and equations-OCR AS Chemistry

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This lesson is part of a series covering the OCR AS Chemistry specification. It includes a fully interactive PowerPoint quiz on writing the formulae of ions and compounds. This resource covers the topic formulae and equations. It features a 32 slide interactive PowerPoint that includes starter, group activities, questions and plenary along with an 8 page worksheet and a lesson plan. Answers to all exercises are provided. Content covered: • Formulae of ions • Predicting ionic charges from the Periodic Table • Writing the formulae of ionic compounds and elements • Writing and balancing equations • Common types of reaction and their equations Duration: one lesson Links Previous lesson: topic 3 – Atomic masses Next lesson: topic 5 – Amount of substance and the mole