A couple of presentation that teach pupils how to draw dot and cross diagrams to represent bonding in ionic compounds and to show how the ionic lattice is formed. The resource also contains worksheet to support the working out the formula of ionic compounds. A cut out activity based on ion charge can be used to support students
The fourth lesson in a series of 4 for the C5 topic – Bond energies are discussed and the combustion of methane is used to take pupils through the process of bond energy calculations before examples are provided for the students to try. A fully resourced lesson that can be taught stand alone. Answers are included.
A presentation with resources to teach the concept of the greenhouse effect and discuss the need for the natural greenhouse effect. Worksheet and information sheets are provided. This is lesson 4 in a series on the chemistry of the atmosphere, but can be taught as a stand alone lesson
An introductory lesson on organic chemistry. Pupils are reminded of separation techniques used to separate mixtures and the definition of a mixture before the idea of crude oil as a mixture that needs to be separated to make it useful is introduced
Fully resourced series of lessons on potable water. The concept of potable water is introduced with a practical. The way water is treated in the UK and desalination processes are covered. A couple of videos are embedded in the presentation and a linked question sheet in included. Teacher and technician notes along with student sheet are then included that have been adapted for the water required practical. If the embedded videos don't work there is a word document with the web address on
The last units for the Biology, Chemistry and Physics Paper 2s split into sub sections. Pupils are to spend no more than 4/5 minutes on each section to try and ensure that the whole of a topic is covered.
Revision clocks for 4 of the 5 units for chemistry paper 1. Each unit is split into sub sections. Pupils are to spend no more than 4/5 minutes on each section to try and ensure that the whole of a topic is covered.
A presentation and worksheet guiding pupils through identification of the ions responsible for acidity and alkalinity and the ionic equations to describe the formation of water during neutralisation reactions. Neutralisation equations are also consider along with salt formation
The first units for the Biology, Chemistry and Physics Paper 1s split into sub sections. Pupils are to spend no more than 4/5 minutes on each section to try and ensure that the whole of a topic is covered.