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I am a High School and Sixth Form Chemistry teacher teaching Science to GCSE and Chemistry to A Level. My GCSE resources generally follow the new AQA (9-1) specification, differentiated for foundation and higher students at trilogy and separate science levels. My Key Stage 3 resources are suited to mixed ability groups and are designed to be dyslexia friendly with bold coloured text boxes and bright diagrams. Please give me your opinion and review downloaded resources!

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I am a High School and Sixth Form Chemistry teacher teaching Science to GCSE and Chemistry to A Level. My GCSE resources generally follow the new AQA (9-1) specification, differentiated for foundation and higher students at trilogy and separate science levels. My Key Stage 3 resources are suited to mixed ability groups and are designed to be dyslexia friendly with bold coloured text boxes and bright diagrams. Please give me your opinion and review downloaded resources!
Isomers: Geometric Isomerism (E/Z Cis/Trans Stereoisomerism)
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Isomers: Geometric Isomerism (E/Z Cis/Trans Stereoisomerism)

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Isomers: Geometric Isomerism This resource includes a geometric isomerism activity and an answer key, both available in editable PowerPoint form and uneditable PDF form. The activity includes key definitions and examples with linked in questions. It is ideal for independent learning and is an introductory resource for students without any prior knowledge on geometric isomerism. The activity covers: Distinguishing between E/Z (trans/cis) isomerism Defining geometric isomerism Boiling points for different isomers Identifying group priority around the C=C bond The answer sheet covers all questions thoroughly. Please feel free to ask any questions before purchasing and please view the preview
Naming Organic Molecules: Alcohols, Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
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Naming Organic Molecules: Alcohols, Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

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Naming and Drawing Organic Molecules Included is two worksheets and two answer sheets. The worksheets include tasks on naming and drawing organic molecules from a selection of molecules (skeletal and displayed formula). The answer sheets cover all molecules in both worksheets. Molecules included in the worksheets: Alcohols Aldehydes Ketones Carboxylic acids There is an editable version of both worksheets and answer sheets included in the resource, should you wish to further adapt the worksheets to your own teaching. Please feel free to ask any questions before purchasing.
Isomers: Optical Isomerism
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Isomers: Optical Isomerism

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Isomers: Optical Isomerism This resource includes an optical isomerism activity and an answer key, both available in editable PowerPoint form and uneditable PDF form. The activity includes key definitions and examples with linked in questions. It is ideal for independent learning and is an introductory resource for students without any prior knowledge on optical isomerism. The activity covers: Identifying chiral carbons Drawing matching enantiomers Discussing racemic mixtures The answer sheet covers all questions thoroughly. Please feel free to ask any questions before purchasing and please view the preview.
Types of Data: Continuous and Discrete (Discontinuous) Full Lesson
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Types of Data: Continuous and Discrete (Discontinuous) Full Lesson

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Types of Data: Continuous and Discrete (Discontinuous) Full Lesson This full lesson includes a lesson PowerPoint with student activities and tasks included within the document. Answers are also included at each stage for student review. This lesson focuses on the differences between continuous and discrete (discontinuous) data, collecting data and representing it appropriately in a bar chart. Follow up activities include extension questions and the resource comes with pre-drawn student tables and a graph help sheet featuring a template graph for further support. The lesson also touches on math skills. Included in the lesson: Engaging starter task Lesson objectives and lesson keywords Intro task: Continuous vs discrete (discontinuous) data in a class Task 1: Collecting data Task 2: Tallying up Task 3: Bar chart drawing with support graph Reflective plenary activity This lesson is ideal for students who have no prior knowledge of data types. The lesson introduces new keywords such as ‘continuous’ and ‘discrete/ discontinuous’ and engages students through linked activities which are fully resourced and come with accompanying answers. The resource is a Powerpoint presentation with an accompanying PDF copy, so the resource can be edited and there is also a print-ready version for included worksheets. Please feel free to ask any further questions before purchasing. *Please note that this lesson may include American spellings
Cells, Tissues, Organs and Organ Systems Lesson
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Cells, Tissues, Organs and Organ Systems Lesson

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Levels of Organisation Lesson This full lesson includes a lesson PowerPoint with student activities and tasks included within the document. Answers are also included at each stage for student review. This lesson focusses on the relationship between cells, tissues, organs, organ systems and organisms in terms of levels of organisation. Follow up activities include differentiated questions, as well as a plenary true or false quiz. Included in the lesson: Engaging starter task Lesson objectives Task 1: Theory discussion Task 2: Drawing the levels of oragnisation triangle Task 3: Differentiated questions Task 4: Card sort cut and paste Reflective plenary activity true or false This lesson is ideal for students who have no prior knowledge on the topic. The lesson introduces new keywords such as ‘organ system’ and ‘organism’ and engages students through linked activities which are fully resourced and come with accompanying answers. The resource is a Powerpoint presentation with an accompanying PDF copy, so the resource can be edited and there is also a print-ready version for included worksheets. Please note that this lesson includes American spellings.
Calculating Bond Energy Lesson
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Calculating Bond Energy Lesson

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Calculating Bond Energy Lesson This full lesson includes a lesson PowerPoint with student activities and tasks included within the document. Answers are also included at each stage for student review. This lesson focuses on calculating bond energy in bite size chunks: first calculating molecule bond energy and then developing into overall energy change. The lesson also provides a framework worksheet to guide students through this difficult topic Included in the lesson: Engaging starter task Lesson objectives and lesson keywords Molecule bond energy calculations Framework worksheet Exam style questions Reflective plenary activity This lesson is ideal for students new to calculating bond energy but have an awareness of exothermic and endothermic reactions. The resource is a Powerpoint presentation with an accompanying PDF copy, so the resource can be edited and there is also a print-ready version for included worksheets. Please feel free to ask any further questions before purchasing.
Mental Health Lesson Workbook
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Mental Health Lesson Workbook

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This Mental Health Study Pack is ideal for middle and high school classes. Included within the study pack: Key Questioning Case Study Activity True or False Activity Leaflet Activity Identifying Effects Activity Keyword Word Search Matching Keyword to Definitions After completing the activities within the study pack your class will be able to: All Link keywords to definitions surrounding mental health Identify mental health statements as true or false Most Link keywords to definitions surrounding mental health Identify mental health statements as true or false Describe triggers of poor mental health at school and home Some Link keywords to definitions surrounding mental health Identify mental health statements as true or false Describe triggers of poor mental health at school and home Explain the differences between the long and short term effects of mental health Give advice to promote positive mental health Full answers are also included within the study pack. Please leave your feedback!
Praise Postcard Pack
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Praise Postcard Pack

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This great pack of praise postcards includes: General reward postcards Science postcards English postcards Math postcards All postcards meet universal postcard size and come double sided. Simply print on card, add a postage stamp and post! No prep required. They are bright and my class love them. Wonderful clipart artists I use: Storytimesprout.com https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Morpho-Science https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ashley-Hughes-A-Hughes-Design https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Krista-Wallden-Creative-Clips
Christmas Chemistry Elements
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Christmas Chemistry Elements

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This festive resource includes: 2 pages of christmas elements 2 pages of answer sheets All students need is a periodic table, no other prep required! Students must name the elements from the symbols which make up the christmas themed words. Science content with some christmassy fun! Bright and engaging! **Visit my store for more: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Science-House Clip Art: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Morpho-Science https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ashley-Hughes-A-Hughes-Design https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Krista-Wallden-Creative-Clips https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Rebeccab-Designs
Periodic Table Reading Passage Bundle
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Periodic Table Reading Passage Bundle

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Seven Resource Bundle This bundle resource includes reading passages, student question sheets and answer keys on the following aspects of the Periodic Table: Introduction to the Periodic Table The history and scientists of the Periodic Table Metals vs Non-Metals Group 1 Alkali Metals Group 0 Noble Gases Group 7 Halogens The Transition Metals Each question sheet includes tiered questions described as recall, label, explain, apply and compare. The questions follow the reading passages and require both simple information extraction and higher level thinking skills. These resources are ideal for independent study. They are ideal in-class activities, homework tasks or revision summary resources. They are very versatile. I have specifically bundled this collection of resources together as they cover everything my students need to know surrounding the Periodic Table. Please feel free to ask any questions before purchase and for further details view the individual previews of each resource in the product listings.
Periodic Table Introduction Reading Passage
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Periodic Table Introduction Reading Passage

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Introduction to the Periodic Table Reading Passage This resource includes: An informative reading passage A student question sheet An answer key Reading Passage: Includes the differences between groups and periods, how elements are arranged, group names and a brief history. Question Sheet: Includes recall, label and explain question which follow the reading passage. Students define groups and periods, label a Periodic Table and discuss the history. Answer Key: Includes a full set of comprehensive answers to all questions. This independent, student centred task is ideal as an in-class activity or homework. Please feel free to ask any questions before purchasing.
Giant Ionic Structures Reading Passage
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Giant Ionic Structures Reading Passage

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Giant Ionic Structures Reading Passage Included in the resource: A reading passage A student question sheet An answer key Reading Passage: Included is an informative, introductory passage on Giant Ionic Structures. The passage has information on the lattice structure, linked properties and structural models. Question Sheet: Tiered as recall, explain and apply, the question sheet follows the reading passage. Recall questions simply require students to extract information from the text, whilst explain and apply questions require higher thinking. The apply questions involve descriptions of the structure and in depth explanations of properties. Answer key: A full set of comprehensive answers is included. This is a great introductory resource for students who have prior knowledge on atoms and basic knowledge of bonding.
Covalent Bonding Introduction Reading Passage
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Covalent Bonding Introduction Reading Passage

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Covalent Bonding Introduction Reading Passage Included in the resource: A reading passage A student question sheet An answer key Reading Passage: Included is an informative, introductory passage on covalent bonding. The passage has information on electrons, dot and cross diagrams and properties of simple covalent molecules. Question Sheet: Tiered as recall, explain and apply, the question sheet follows the reading passage. Recall questions simply require students to extract information from the text, whilst explain and apply questions require higher thinking. The apply question involves constructing your own dot and cross diagram. Answer key: A full set of comprehensive answers is included. This is a great introductory resource for students who have prior knowledge on atomic structure and electron configuration but are new to bonding. Please feel free to ask any questions before purchasing
Food Chains Game
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Food Chains Game

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This Cootie Catcher Resource is a fun way to learn about food chains. Included are questions on: Key words: Carnivore, herbivore, omnivore, producer, consumer, predator, prey, apex predator and trophic level Examples to represent the keywords with bitesize questions Also Included . . . A ‘how to fold’ instructions sheet A ‘how to play’ instructions sheet It is simple to use and very effective at getting key points across to students. The cootie catcher is also a brilliant form of peer assessment and student interaction as they can test each other on the key points. Please leave your feedback. Visit my store for more: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Science-House Clip Art: Ashley-Hughes-A-Hughes-Design Krista-Wallden-Creative-Clips
Christmas Chemistry Atoms
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Christmas Chemistry Atoms

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This Christmas Chemistry Resource set is all about drawing atoms and counting subatomic particles. The resource includes: 20 Atom baubles (first 20 elements: hydrogen to calcium). Students must work out the number of each type of subatomic particle in the atom and write it in the middle of the bauble. They must also draw the electronic structure. Instruction sheet (outlining what a student must do with their bauble). A subatomic particle information sheet (how to count subatomic particles in atoms using the periodic table). A drawing electronic structure information sheet (outlining electron shells and occupancy rules) This festive resource can be used to make christmas baubles to take home or as a class project e.g. . . . each student finishes their bauble and attaches it to a class christmas tree or a clamp stand full of clamps to resemble a ‘chemistree!’ (Designed to print in A4 with 2 baubles per page)
Giant Covalent Structures Reading Passage
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Giant Covalent Structures Reading Passage

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Giant Covalent Structures Introduction Reading Passage Included in the resource: A reading passage A student question sheet An answer key Reading Passage: Included is an informative, introductory passage on giant covalent structures. The passage has information on diamond, graphite and silicon dioxide (structures and properties). Question Sheet: Tiered as recall, explain and apply, the question sheet follows the reading passage. Recall questions simply require students to extract information from the text, whilst explain and apply questions require higher thinking. The apply questions involve in depth discussions on properties and structural comparisons in a table. Answer key: A full set of comprehensive answers is included. This is a great introductory resource for students who have prior knowledge on atoms, elements and covalent bonding but are new to giant covalent structures.
Alkanes and Alkenes Introduction Reading Passage
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Alkanes and Alkenes Introduction Reading Passage

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Alkanes and Alkenes Introduction Reading Passage Included in the resource: A reading passage A student question sheet An answer key Reading Passage: Included is an informative, introductory passage on alkanes and alkenes. The passage has information on saturation, double and single bonds, reactivity and the bromine water test. Question Sheet: Tiered as recall, explain and apply, the question sheet follows the reading passage. Recall questions simply require students to extract information from the text, whilst explain and apply questions require higher thinking. The apply questions involve drawing alkanes and alkenes in displayed formula. Answer key: A full set of comprehensive answers is included. This is a great introductory resource for students who have prior knowledge on atoms and elements but new to alkanes and alkenes
Titration Worksheet
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Titration Worksheet

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This is an organised resource accessible for high school students, with sections stretching into higher education (perhaps helpful as a recap tool). The resource focusses on the method of carrying out a titration, the equipment required, a worked example of a titration calculation and questions students can try for themselves. Answers are also included within the resource. I have used this resource for many years to great success. It works very well in combining the practical and theoretical knowledge of titrations. Clip Art: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Morpho-Science
Chemical Bonding Bundle
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Chemical Bonding Bundle

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This great chemical bonding bundle includes: A bonding overview resource: Summary bonding worksheet covering all types of bonding. A trio of ionic bonding activities: Ionic bonding lesson starter activity. A step by step example of ionic bonding. Ionic bonding drawing ions worksheet. Links to atomic structure prior knowledge. Ionic bonding question cards (4). Drawing positive and negative ions within an ionic bond for a series of molecules. A covalent bonding activity: Covalent bonding question cards (8). Drawing examples of covalent bonding in classic covalent molecules. A metallic bonding activity: Metallic bonding question cards (8). Labelling metal structure and understanding how metallic bonding contributes to metal properties. Ideal for mixed ability classes as questions vary in difficulty, this is a great student led pack of resources.
Separation Techniques and Mixtures
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Separation Techniques and Mixtures

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This is a whole lesson for KS3 Science students on Separation Techniques with the inclusion of a practical. All worksheets are within the powerpoint as individual slides to be printed. It is based on the Activate 2 scheme of work.