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Hi I am a trained senior teacher for chemistry and have experience in teaching IGCSE,Edexcel, IB, A level, Victorian curriculum and CBSE. I have written lecture notes explaining the concepts in chemistry chapter wise that gives a clear idea to new teachers and students about how to apply these concepts these concepts in solving exam questions. I have some excellent resources for new chemistry teachers and new form teachers of primary and secondary classes.

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Hi I am a trained senior teacher for chemistry and have experience in teaching IGCSE,Edexcel, IB, A level, Victorian curriculum and CBSE. I have written lecture notes explaining the concepts in chemistry chapter wise that gives a clear idea to new teachers and students about how to apply these concepts these concepts in solving exam questions. I have some excellent resources for new chemistry teachers and new form teachers of primary and secondary classes.
Balancing Chemical Reaction  Rules and Word and Symbol reactions_IGCSE_Chemistry

Balancing Chemical Reaction Rules and Word and Symbol reactions_IGCSE_Chemistry

The document can be used to start IGCSE chemistry lecture on Formula, Equations, Word equation, Symbol Equations and balancing. It can be used by students to self study how balancing of simple and advance equations can be done by following some simple rules. It also explains the importance of writing word and symbol equations and information conveyed by a balanced chemical reaction. Topics Covered • Chemical reaction • Word Equation • Symbol Equation • Balancing Chemical reactions • Simple rules for balancing reactions (anyone can learn how to balance a chemical reaction) • Information conveyed by reactions • Mole and its importance in balancing
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General Physics, Measurement, Motion Complete Lesson  ppt. 35 slides

General Physics, Measurement, Motion Complete Lesson ppt. 35 slides

Contents: • Length and time • Use and describe the use of rules and measuring cylinders to find a length or a volume • Use and describe the use of clocks and devices, both analogue and digital, for measuring an interval of time • Obtain an average value for a small distance and for a short interval of time by measuring multiples (including the period of a pendulum) • Density and its measurement for various types of objects • Understand that a micrometer screw gauge is used to measure very small distances • Motion Define speed and calculate average speed from total time total distance • Plot and interpret a speed-time graph or a distance-time graph • Recognize from the shape of a speed-time graph when a body is – at rest – moving with constant speed – moving with changing speed • Calculate the area under a speed-time graph to work out the distance travelled for motion with constant acceleration
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Stoichiometry /Mole calculation/limiting reagent/ IGCSE -GCSE- Edexcel Chemistry Complete Lesson

Stoichiometry /Mole calculation/limiting reagent/ IGCSE -GCSE- Edexcel Chemistry Complete Lesson

This is an excellent resource I have created for students and teachers to understand various concepts of Mole calculations with solved examples. Contents- Elements Compounds Chemical Formula Word Equation Symbol Equation Balancing Equation Relative Atomic Mass Naming Compound Information from a chemical equation Definition of Mole The mole concept Molar Mass Important Formulae Limiting reagent Reacting Masses Reacting masses and ratios Molar Volumes Concentration of Solutions Water of Crystallisation Empirical and Molecular Formula Percentage Yield Percentage Purity Solved Examples of all the concepts
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Balancing Chemical Reaction  Rules and Word and Symbol reactions_IGCSE_Chemistry

Balancing Chemical Reaction Rules and Word and Symbol reactions_IGCSE_Chemistry

The document can be used to start IGCSE chemistry lecture on Formula, Equations, Word equation, Symbol Equations and balancing. It can be used by students to self study how balancing of simple and advance equations can be done by following some simple rules. It also explains the importance of writing word and symbol equations and information conveyed by a balanced chemical reaction. Topics Covered • Chemical reaction • Word Equation • Symbol Equation • Balancing Chemical reactions • Simple rules for balancing reactions (anyone can learn how to balance a chemical reaction) • Information conveyed by reactions • Mole and its importance in balancing
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IGCSE/ GCSE /OCR  Biology – Photosynthesis Practice Sheet

IGCSE/ GCSE /OCR Biology – Photosynthesis Practice Sheet

IGCSE/ GCSE /OCR Biology – Photosynthesis Practice Sheet Exam Style Questions and Marking Scheme Contents Photosynthesis Factors affecting photosynthesis Experiments to prove CO2 is given out Experiments to prove O2 is taken in Palisade cell Chloroplast Chlorophyll Equation of Photosynthesis Testing of Starch in Leaf
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The particulate nature of matter _IGCSE_Chemistry_Complete lesson and Past Questions

The particulate nature of matter _IGCSE_Chemistry_Complete lesson and Past Questions

This document contains lecture notes on Particulate nature of matter that can be used by teachers as lesson content for complete delivery of the chapter. Students can also use the resource for self learning the concepts such as conversion of states, kinetic particle theory, heating and cooling curve etc. At the end document also contains past exam paper questions from the chapter that have been asked in CIE exam. These questions can be given as worksheet for pracitsing the application of concepts from this chapter. All lecture content is copyright of the uploader. Topics covered- Topics Covered- • Matter • 5 States of Matter • Existence of Common states • Arrangement in Solids liquids and gases • Kinetic Particle Theory • Diffusion • Change of States • Heating Curve • Cooling Curve • Past Exam Questions for practice
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Thermal Physics /Heat - IGCSE Physics Complete Lesson ppt (35 slides)

Thermal Physics /Heat - IGCSE Physics Complete Lesson ppt (35 slides)

Thermal Physics /Heat - IGCSE Physics Complete Lesson Thermal properties and Temperature Thermal expansion of solids, liquids, and gases at constant pressure Applications and consequences of thermal expansion Measurement of temperature How a physical property that varies with temperature may be used for the measurement of temperature, and state examples of such properties Need for and identify fixed points Structure and action of Liquid-in-glass thermometers Sensitivity,range and linearity of thermometer Structure of a thermocouple and show understanding of its use as a thermometer for measuring high temperatures and those that vary rapidly Structure of a liquid-in-glass thermometer relates to its sensitivity,range and linearity Thermal capacity (heat capacity) Rise in the temperature of a body to an increase in its internal energy Equation thermal capacity = mc Define specific heat capacity Equation change in energy = mc∆T Experiment to measure the specific heat capacity of a substance Melting and boiling in terms of energy input without a change in temperature Distinguish between boiling and evaporation
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IB /AS level / Edexcel K-11 Chemistry – Organic Chemistry Practice Sheet

IB /AS level / Edexcel K-11 Chemistry – Organic Chemistry Practice Sheet

IB /AS level / Edexcel K-11 Chemistry – Organic Chemistry Practice Sheet Exam Style Questions and Marking Scheme MCQ’s and Theory Questions Content- Alkanes Alkenes Functional Group Homologous Series Isomerism Resonance Nucleophilic Reaction Electrophilic Reaction Free Radical Addition Polymers Alcohols Aldehydes Acids Esters Organic Chemical Reactions
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Revision Test- IGCSE Chemistry Rate of the Reaction                  Time-1 Hour.

Revision Test- IGCSE Chemistry Rate of the Reaction Time-1 Hour.

Revision Test- IGCSE Chemistry Rate of the Reaction Time-1 Hour. Section -A MCQ’s and Section B- Structured Questions Content-  Rate of the reaction  Factors affecting rate  Temperature  Light  Surface area  Concentration  Collision theory  Catalyst  Activation Energy  Methods of Determining Rate
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IGCSE / GCSE / OCR Biology Practice Sheet Homeostasis

IGCSE / GCSE / OCR Biology Practice Sheet Homeostasis

IGCSE / GCSE / OCR Biology Practice Sheet Homeostasis Exam Style Questions and Marking Scheme Contents  Skin  Liver  Thermo-regulation  Metabolism of carbohydrate  Homeostasis  Urea  Carbon Dioxide  Kidney  Excretion
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Revision Test- IGCSE Chemistry Electricity in Chemistry                  Time-1 Hour

Revision Test- IGCSE Chemistry Electricity in Chemistry Time-1 Hour

Revision Test- IGCSE Chemistry Electricity in Chemistry Time-1 Hour. Section -A MCQ’s and Section B- Structured Questions Content- Electrolysis Cathode Anode Products at anode Products at cathode Half reactions Redox in Electrolysis Electrolysis of Molten Compounds Electrolysis of Aqueous Compounds Electro refining of Copper Electrolysis of Acids
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IB SL / AS level / K-11 Chemistry Acid Bases Practice Sheet

IB SL / AS level / K-11 Chemistry Acid Bases Practice Sheet

IB SL / AS level / K-11 Chemistry Acid Bases Practice Sheet Exam Style Questions and Marking Scheme MCQ’s and Theory Questions Contents- Acid and Bases Chemical Properties of Acid Base Indicators pH pOH Ionic Product Arrhenius Concept of Acid Base Bronsted Lowry Concept (Proton Concept) Titration Concentration of H+ and OH-
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Revision Test- IGCSE Physics – Electromagnetism

Revision Test- IGCSE Physics – Electromagnetism

Time- 1 Hr Section -A MCQ’s Section B- Structured Questions Content- • Magnetic Effect • Electromagnets • Current carrying wires and force • Magnetic compass • AC current • AC generator • Motor • Electromagnetic Spectrum
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