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I aim to make "pick-up-and-go" resources, so that anyone can teach Chemistry to a good level for their students, not just specialists. Any comments or suggestions by others will be taken into consideration when making resources.

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I aim to make "pick-up-and-go" resources, so that anyone can teach Chemistry to a good level for their students, not just specialists. Any comments or suggestions by others will be taken into consideration when making resources.
New AQA GCSE Physics Visible Light and Filters
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New AQA GCSE Physics Visible Light and Filters

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Made for the new AQA GCSE course to be sat summer 2018. Everything is in the powerpoint and worksheet in a "pick up and go" format with minimal tweaking needed. Mini-practical for students requires coloured filters or transparent coloured plastic at least. Demo to show how colours are made from RGB is good with three colours of LEDs.
New GCSE AQA Chemistry  Neutralisation and Titration with Required Practical
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New GCSE AQA Chemistry Neutralisation and Titration with Required Practical

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Made for the New GCSE AQA Chemistry spec to be sat Summer 2018. Essentially a 2-part lesson. Requires a titration example in the first part with a heavy focus on method and indicators. Second part is the including required practical assessment and presumes (due to course order) they have already done Chemical quantities and can calculate concentrations from titre values. I personally believe this required practical should have been in the Chemical quantities topic, but AQA have put it here instead.
New KS3 Chemistry Saturation
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New KS3 Chemistry Saturation

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Made for New KS3 Y7 Collins Chemistry topic on Physical chemistry, but works for other courses too. Contains a video from this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vb84ShuiJw
NEW AQA GCSE Chemistry Alcohol Reactions
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NEW AQA GCSE Chemistry Alcohol Reactions

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Made for the new NEW AQA GCSE Chemistry specification to be sat Summer 2018. Uses a class practical (or demo) from the following RSC page: http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00001757/oxidation-of-ethanol?cmpid=CMP00005267 If you are unsure of your classes practical ability, I'd recommend a demo as some of the chemicals aren't very nice.
New GCSE AQA Chemistry  Preparing Soluble Salts
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New GCSE AQA Chemistry Preparing Soluble Salts

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Made for the New GCSE AQA Chemistry spec to be sat Summer 2018. This is a strict lesson regarding timings. If you pause too long early on, you will likely run out of time. Can be spread over 2 lessons if preferred to allow for recrystallisation stage not shown here or for simply more time to take over the reaction. Also included, is the required practical assessment for the lesson.
Big Fat Quiz of the Year
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Big Fat Quiz of the Year

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This is a summary quiz of the years events including a round on Science, which is easily edited for your subject and key-stage to make that relevant. The rest of the quiz includes various rounds with questions to challenge and engage and a final mind puzzle at the end which will take longer. A nice fun way to finish the year!
New GCSE AQA Chemistry Electrolysis of Simple Ionic Compounds
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New GCSE AQA Chemistry Electrolysis of Simple Ionic Compounds

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made for the New GCSE AQA Chemistry spec to be sat Summer 2018. Includes the electrolysis of Copper Chloride as the chosen example. This is due to the fact that it will separate like a simple binary compound despite being in solution and doesn't make it complicated for students new to electrolysis.
Mr Hook's Big Fat Quiz of the Year 2019
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Mr Hook's Big Fat Quiz of the Year 2019

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A fun and informative quiz made for the last day of the year. Some rouns will challenge your students and inform them of things they didn’t already know. First round is a subejct specific one, (in my case science,) so you may need to edit it for your own subject area.