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Looking for some decent, engaging science resources? Look no further! I studied in Nottingham for my undergraduate degree in Medicinal and Biological Chemistry, and then completed my Master's in the same field. I completed my teacher training at the same university, and now I currently teach 11-18 year olds at a school in Richmond-upon-Thames. Full Terms & Conditions of Use: http://revisechemistry.uk/privacypolicy

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Looking for some decent, engaging science resources? Look no further! I studied in Nottingham for my undergraduate degree in Medicinal and Biological Chemistry, and then completed my Master's in the same field. I completed my teacher training at the same university, and now I currently teach 11-18 year olds at a school in Richmond-upon-Thames. Full Terms & Conditions of Use: http://revisechemistry.uk/privacypolicy
KS3 C2.1.2 Groups and Periods
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KS3 C2.1.2 Groups and Periods

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This lesson goes through how the periodic table is arranged, and talks about the differences between groups and periods. A worksheet is included with questions about the arrangement of the table, and the lesson also talks about physical and chemical properties.
KS3 C2.1.1 Metals and Non metals
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KS3 C2.1.1 Metals and Non metals

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This lesson goes through the differences of metals and non-metals, by way of a practical circus. The equipment needed is listed on the first slide, with sheets explaining each station within the powerpoint (and printable tables for students to complete). This lesson also begins to highlight the arrangement of the periodic table.
OCR A 2.1.3, 2.1.4 - Acids, bases, and titrations
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OCR A 2.1.3, 2.1.4 - Acids, bases, and titrations

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This lesson recaps the fundamentals of acids, bases, and neutralisation from GCSE - ready for you to jump into a titration between hydrochloric acid and sodium hydrogencarbonate (PAG). A sheet is provided for students to work through for this practical, and another sheet provided for teachers to know which areas of the curriculum are covered (these are just condensed sheets based off of what is available from OCR). The presentation demonstrates how to calculate the unknown concentration of HCl.
AQA Chapter 2 - Lesson 1 - Circuit-Symbols
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AQA Chapter 2 - Lesson 1 - Circuit-Symbols

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This is the first lesson in a series of lessons for the new AQA (9-1) GCSE course. It is an introductory lesson to electricity, and this resource can be used for any group, but is mainly made with a low ability group in mind. It could be used as a KS3 resource to introduce electricity. Lesson contains a starter on the value of symbols/logos, and goes through the meaning of circuits and symbols, and contains a quiz/few practical exercises to get students used to making and drawing circuits. Lesson ends with a plenary of exam questions.
How to Revise Effectively
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How to Revise Effectively

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This advice is taken from our website’s recent blog post about revision () so that you can print it up and distribute to students. It is geared towards science (specifically chemistry), however it is relevant to all subjects!
AQA Chapter 2 - Structure, Bonding and Properties Revision Mat
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AQA Chapter 2 - Structure, Bonding and Properties Revision Mat

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A new revision mat resource for the AQA Trilogy/Triple course. Higher tier content highlighted in light purple, and triple content highlighted in light red. This revision mat works well with use of our website: https://www.revisechemistry.co.uk/aqa-c2-bondingandstructure This resource is free and comes with a set of questions, and answers!
AQA Chapter 1 - Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table Revision Mat
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AQA Chapter 1 - Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table Revision Mat

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A new revision mat resource for the AQA Trilogy/Triple course. Higher tier content highlighted in light purple, and triple content highlighted in light red. This revision mat works well with use of our website: https://www.revisechemistry.co.uk/aqa-c1-atomsandperiodictable This resource is free and comes with a set of questions, and answers!