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I teach at a school with mid-high attaining students. I teach the Edexcel 9-1 spec at GCSE and constantly update my resources when new exam questions/papers are released. I design my lessons to require little/no prep and printing -- just use the slides and you are ready to go.

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I teach at a school with mid-high attaining students. I teach the Edexcel 9-1 spec at GCSE and constantly update my resources when new exam questions/papers are released. I design my lessons to require little/no prep and printing -- just use the slides and you are ready to go.
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.
Starter Collection - Benzene Module 6 OCR A Level
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Starter Collection - Benzene Module 6 OCR A Level

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A collection of starters covering the first topics of Module 6 - Benzene. Each starter contains a bronze/silver/gold option and the answers are given on the following slide. Includes 4 starters: Introduction to Benzene Electrophilic Substitution Phenol Directing Groups
Reacting Masses and Limiting Reagent Edexcel 9-1
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Reacting Masses and Limiting Reagent Edexcel 9-1

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A lesson covering reacting mass calculations (using moles) with a 1:1 ratio, reacting masses with a 2:1 ratio (hasn’t normally come up but was on the Year 10 paper), what is a limiting reagent and calculating the limiting reagent from grams. Designed for the Edexcel 9-1 spec and contains higher only content. Contains exam questions on the slides or as a worksheet in a word document, so you can decide whether or not to print out the main task. All of the lesson can be done without printing.
Intermolecular Forces and Properties of Covalent Compounds
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Intermolecular Forces and Properties of Covalent Compounds

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A lesson on properties of covalent compounds. It covers properties of simple covalent compounds (low mp and bp, lack of conduction and solubility), anomalous properties of water and hydrogen-bonding and DNA. Questions and answers are on the slides for students to work through – no printing required. Designed for the new OCR A Level specification
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.
Intermolecular Forces OCR A Level
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Intermolecular Forces OCR A Level

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A lesson that introduces intermolecular forces. It covers the different types of forces: induced dipole-dipole, permanent dipole-dipole and hydrogen bonding. Lesson goes over which type of molecules have each type of force and what the forces are. Also covers factors that influence strength of induced dipole-dipole interactions. Questions and answers are on the slides for students to work through – no printing required. Designed for the new OCR A Level specification
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.
Equilibrium Constant Kc OCR A Level Chemistry
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Equilibrium Constant Kc OCR A Level Chemistry

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A lesson that covers Kc for the new OCR A level specification. The lesson goes over how to write an equation for Kc from a balanced equation, how to calculate Kc from equilibrium concentration, units for Kc, how to calculate Kc from starting concentration and how Kc tells you which side the equilibrium lies. Questions and answers on slides – no printing required.
Carboxylic Acid Derivatives OCR A level Chemistry
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Carboxylic Acid Derivatives OCR A level Chemistry

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A lesson on carboxylic acid derivatives designed for the new OCR A level spec. Includes hydrolysis of esters in acid and alkali, naming acyl chlorides, reactions of acyl chlorides, mechanism for the reaction of an acyl chloride with water, and reactions of anhydrides. Includes questions on slides for students to work through – no printing required.
Periodic Trends 1 (ionisation energy and electron affinity) Year 12 BTEC
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Periodic Trends 1 (ionisation energy and electron affinity) Year 12 BTEC

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A lesson on the periodic trends in ionisation energy and electron affinity. 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 what ionisation energy and electron affinity are and details of the periodic trends in ionisation energy and ionic radius. Includes questions for students to do on the slides. No printing required.
Directing Groups Module 6 A Level Chemistry
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Directing Groups Module 6 A Level Chemistry

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A lesson that covers directing groups. It covers activating and deactivating groups, directing groups and application of them to organic synthesis. Questions and answers are on the slides for students to work through – no printing required. Designed for the new OCR A Level specification
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
Reactions of Benzene - A Review OCR A Level
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Reactions of Benzene - A Review OCR A Level

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A lesson reviewing the reactions of benzene designed for the new OCR A level spec. Includes why benzene is different, naming benzene and related compounds, reactions of benzene and phenol and directing groups. Includes questions on slides for students to work through – no printing required.
Electron Configuration OCR A Level Chemistry
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Electron Configuration OCR A Level Chemistry

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Part II of a lesson that introduces electron arrangment. It covers electron configuration of elements and ions and links electronic configuration to the periodic table (groups, periods and blocks). Questions and answers are on the slides for students to work through – no printing required. Designed for the new OCR A Level specification
Ionic Bonding OCR A Level
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Ionic Bonding OCR A Level

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A lesson on ionic bonding. It covers what is an ionic bond, writing dot and cross diagrams and properties of ionic compounds. Questions and answers are on the slides for students to work through – no printing required. Designed for the new OCR A Level specification
Identification of Aldehydes and Ketones OCR A Level
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Identification of Aldehydes and Ketones OCR A Level

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A lesson on chemical tests for aldehydes and ketones designed for the new OCR A level spec. Includes a review of tests for alkenes, alcohols and carboxylic acids. Then the lesson covers 2,4-DNP and Tollen’s test. Lesson is designed to cover the theory of PAG 7.2 and to be given prior to PAG. Includes questions on slides for students to work through – no printing required.
Aldehydes and Ketones OCR A Level
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Aldehydes and Ketones OCR A Level

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A lesson on aldehydes and ketones designed for the new OCR A level spec. Includes a review of naming aldehydes and ketones, why C=O undergoes nucleophilic addition, mechanism for the reaction and reactions of carbonyls with NaBH4 and CN. Includes questions on slides for students to work through – no printing required.
Rates of Reaction Factors Edexcel 9-1
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Rates of Reaction Factors Edexcel 9-1

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A Power Point adapted from a free TES Powerpoint -- I have added exam questions and updated for the Edexcel 9-1 spec. It covers the factors that impact the rates (there is a video and some fact sheets for the students to use to fill in a table).