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I teach at a comprehensive academy. I design my lessons to require little/no prep and printing -- just use the slides and you are ready to go.
Revision Mats Unit 1 Chemistry BTEC Science
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Revision Mats Unit 1 Chemistry BTEC Science

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A collection of 6 revision mats for Unit 1 Chemistry. Designed for Pearson’s BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in Applied Science. Each mat is the size of one slide and can be printed to students to fill in. The revision mats cover: Electrons and Periodic Table Ionic and Metallic Bonding Covalent Bonding and Intermolecular Forces Periodic Trends Reactivity and Redox Calculations
Electrophilic Substitution Reactions of Benzene Module 6
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Electrophilic Substitution Reactions of Benzene Module 6

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A lesson that covers the electrophilic substitution reactions of benzene. Covers nitration, halogenation, alkylation and acylation. For each reaction, a summary of the reagents/conditions, equation and mechanism is presented on a slide. Contains questions and answers on the slides for students to work through – no printing required. Designed for the new OCR A Level specification.
Transition Metals AQA GCSE
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Transition Metals AQA GCSE

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A lesson on transition metals. It covers the properties of metals and the properties and reactivity of the transition metals compared to the alkali metals. Questions and answers are on the slides – no printing required. Designed for the AQA 9-1 GCSE chemistry specification.
Condensation Polymers GCSE AQA
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Condensation Polymers GCSE AQA

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A lesson on the condensation polymers. It covers how polyesters form using structures and equations and compares addition and condensation polymers. It also goes through how amino acids join to form poly pepides. Questions and answers provided on slides – no need to print. Designed for the AQA 9-1 GCSE specification.
Addition Polymers GCSE AQA
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Addition Polymers GCSE AQA

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A lesson on addition polymers. It covers the equation and structures for addition polymers and examples of naturally occuring polymers. Questions and answers provided on slides – no need to print. Designed for the AQA 9-1 GCSE specification.
Mass Spectrometry OCR A level
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Mass Spectrometry OCR A level

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A lesson on mass spectrometry designed for OCR A level. Lesson includes what a M+ peak is, how to calculate the empirical formula using a M+ peak and percentage composition, fragmentation patterns and exam questions on identifying alcohols and alkanes from a mass spectrum. Includes a handout of the mass spectra used in the lesson to print for students so they can annotate.
Alloys Edexcel 9-1 Separate (Triple) Science
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Alloys Edexcel 9-1 Separate (Triple) Science

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A lesson on alloys designed for the Edexcel 9-1 separate science specification. The lesson covers what an alloy is, why alloys are stronger than pure metals and the properties and uses of alloys. Contains factsheets and a table for students to fill in and exam questions to complete.
GCSE Chemistry Revision Maps (Revision Mats) Edexcel 9-1
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GCSE Chemistry Revision Maps (Revision Mats) Edexcel 9-1

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A collection of 20 revision mind-maps for students to fill in. Designed for the Edexcel 9-1 Chemistry specification. Contains maps for all the separate chemistry topics and combined topics (labeled as such so you can use with combined or separate students). The topics of the 20 mind-maps are: atmosphere, fuels, rates, energy changes, groups, ion tests, organic chemistry, polymers & nanoparticles, states and separation, chromatography, metals - combined, metals-separate, acids, salts, electrolysis, equilibrium, atomic structure, periodic table, ionic bonding and covalent bonding.
Phenol OCR A Level Chemistry
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Phenol OCR A Level Chemistry

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A lesson that introduces phenol. It covers what is a phenol, the properties of phenol, the reactivity of phenol compared to benzene. It also covers the reactions of phenol: with alkalis, with bromine water and with nitric acid. Questions and answers are on the slides for students to work through – no printing required. Designed for the new OCR A Level specification.
Introduction to Amines and Amides OCR A Level
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Introduction to Amines and Amides OCR A Level

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A lesson introducing amines and amides designed for the new OCR A level spec. Includes classifying amines/amides as primary, secondary or tertiary, alphiatic vs aromatic amines, naming amines and amides and reactions of amines as bases to form salt. Includes questions on slides for students to work through – no printing required.
Hess' Law OCR A Level
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Hess' Law OCR A Level

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Two Power Points covering Hess Cycles (enough content for a lesson and a half). The slides cover writing equation for enthalpy of formation, calculating enthalpy changes given a Hess Cycle and drawing Hess Cycles using enthalpies of formation and combustion. Questions are provided for students to do on the slide so no printing required. Designed for the OCR A Level specification – Module 2.
Ionic Bonding Year 12 BTEC
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Ionic Bonding Year 12 BTEC

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A lesson on ionic bonding and ionic radius. A Year 12 BTEC lesson designed for Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Certificate in Applied Science Unit 1 (Principles and Applications of Science I). Lesson covers what an ionic bond is, drawing dot and cross diagrams and factors that impact the strength of an ionic bond. Includes questions for students to do on the slides. No printing required.
Structural Isomers  A Level Chemistry OCR
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Structural Isomers A Level Chemistry OCR

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A Powerpoint presentation covering structural isomers from the OCR new A-level specification. Lesson covers what is a structural isomer, how to find isomers from molecular formula and how to find isomers from percentage composition by mass. Contains questions on slides, so no printing required.
Electron Arrangement Part I  OCR A Level
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Electron Arrangement Part I OCR A Level

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A lesson that introduces electron arrangment. It covers shells and orbitals, energy and order of filling and spin pairing rules. Questions and answers are on the slides for students to work through – no printing required. Designed for the new OCR A Level specification.
Introducing Benzene OCR Module 6 A Level Chemistry
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Introducing Benzene OCR Module 6 A Level Chemistry

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A lesson that introduces benzene. It covers the properties of benzene, delocalised bonding in the ring, and how to name benzene and its derivatives. Questions and answers are on the slides for students to work through – no printing required. Designed for the new OCR A Level specification.
Bond Enthalpy OCR A level Chemistry
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Bond Enthalpy OCR A level Chemistry

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A lesson on bond enthalpy designed for OCR A level chemistry specification. The lesson covers what an average bond enthalpy is, the link between bond making and bond breaking and endo and exothermic, and how to calculate an energy change from bond energies. Exam questions and answers are provided on the slides.
Graphene, Fullerenes and Nanotubes GCSE AQA
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Graphene, Fullerenes and Nanotubes GCSE AQA

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A lesson on graphene, buckminister fullerene (C60) and nanotubes. It covers the structure, bonding, properties and uses of all 3. Links to videos and questions (with answers) are on the slides. No need to print. Designed for the GCSE 9-1 AQA specification.