The Particulate Nature of Matter IGCSE Cambridge 2019-2021

The Particulate Nature of Matter IGCSE Cambridge 2019-2021

This lesson is designed for the new (2019-2021) 0653 iGCSE Combined Science Course. The presentation contains the following (as per syllabus): State the distinguishing properties of solids, liquids and gases Describe the structure of solids, liquids and gases in terms of particle separation, arrangement and types of motion Describe the changes of state in terms of melting, boiling, evaporation, freezing and condensation Explain changes of state in terms of particle theory and the energy changes involved Describe qualitatively the pressure and temperature of a gas in terms of the motion of its particles Demonstrate understanding of the terms atom, molecule and ion This presentation is perfect for any introduction to Chemistry class. It also includes a question page that can be used for homework or as a worksheet (answers included), as well as, a description of a demonstration/lab practical that can be carried out to show gases can be poured. The PowerPoint presentation also contains a list of extra resources.
iGCSE101
Atomic Theory

Atomic Theory

Atomic Theory Timeline: This extra lesson is not explicitly covered by the Cambridge iGCSE syllabus but it makes a nice addition to the course, as project work, an introduction to the idea of scientific models or just as an introduction to the periodic table or atomic theory. Each PowerPoint contains a lot of detail, thus this lesson is not really intended to be delivered in the presentation format as like my other lessons. The PowerPoint covers how a theory may change as new evidence is found. How a scientific explanation is conditional but may become more convincing when predictions based on the model or theory are confirmed later on by further ideas/scientific data. The lesson covers the concept of models, a brief overview of atoms, a printable of the atomic theory timeline and slides on the models proposed by various key figures in the atomic theory timeline. There is as always a list of extra resources and a question page (just one question) at the end of the PowerPoint
iGCSE101
Atomic Theory Timeline

Atomic Theory Timeline

This extra lesson is not explicitly covered by the Cambridge iGCSE syllabus but it makes a nice addition to the course, as project work, an introduction to the idea of scientific models or just as an introduction to the periodic table or atomic theory. Each PowerPoint contains a lot of detail, thus this lesson is not really intended to be delivered in the presentation format as like my other lessons. The PowerPoint covers how a theory may change as new evidence is found. How a scientific explanation is conditional but may become more convincing when predictions based on the model or theory are confirmed later on by further ideas/scientific data. The lesson covers the concept of models, a brief overview of atoms, a printable of the atomic theory timeline and slides on the models proposed by various key figures in the atomic theory timeline. There is (as always), a list of extra resources and a question page (just one question) at the end of the PowerPoint
iGCSE101
Atomic Theory Bundle

Atomic Theory Bundle

This bundle covers an introduction to atomic theory. In includes a Power Point lesson that includes the topics outline below. It includes a revision or homework page (with answer sheet). A ‘Hot Seat Quiz’ that includes the key terms covered in the lesson and a printable of the key figures in Atomic Theory. The Power Point lesson covers the key terms: • Atomic theory • Atoms • Atomic structure • Protons • Neutrons • Electrons • Atomic Mass Unit This is followed by a section covering describing atoms: • Electron configuration • Mass Number (Nucleon number) • Atomic number (proton number) The last section covers briefly • Isotopes • Relative Mass Unit • Relative Formula Mass This lesson cover the section C3 of the iGCSE unit 0653 combined science (some sections regarding the periodic table will be included in a separate section). C3. Atoms, elements and compounds 3.3 Atomic structure and the Periodic Table 1 Describe the structure of an atom in terms of electrons and a nucleus containing protons and neutrons. 2 Describe the build-up of electrons in ‘shells’ and understand the significance of the noble gas electronic structures and of valency electrons (reference to noble gases not included - this will be in periodic table lesson) 3 State the relative charges and approximate relative masses of protons, neutrons and electrons. 4 Define atomic (proton) number and mass (nucleon) number. 5 Use proton number and the simple structure of atoms to explain the basis of the Periodic Table (see section C9), with special reference to the elements with proton numbers 1 to 20. (not yet included in this section) In addition, this lesson is combined with the Atomic Theory Timeline. This is not on the IGCSE syllabus however it is a great topic for class research, a mini homework assignment, it can make a nice addition to the course, an introduction to the idea of scientific models or just as an introduction to the periodic table or atomic theory. This separate PowerPoint contains a lot of detail; thus this Atomic Theory Timeline resource is not really intended to be delivered in the presentation format as like my other lessons. The PowerPoint covers how a theory may change as new evidence is found. How a scientific explanation is conditional but may become more convincing when predictions based on the model or theory are confirmed later on by further ideas/scientific data. It is a good introduction to the concept of models, a brief overview of atoms, a printable of the atomic theory timeline and slides on the models proposed by various key figures in the atomic theory timeline.
iGCSE101
Good Manufacturing Practice

Good Manufacturing Practice

Short overview of what GMP means and who enforces it. The basic rules of working in the laboratory or manufacturing area PowerPoint presentation
iGCSE101
Experimental Techniques (IGCSE Combined Science)

Experimental Techniques (IGCSE Combined Science)

One full lesson dedicated to separation techniques. Filtration, Sand and Water, Evaporation, Rock Salt, Distillation, Fractional Distillation etc. Designed for use with Cambridge 0653 Combined Science IGCSE course. This lesson comes with homework question page and answer sheet and additional quiz as part of PowerPoint lesson. Recently updated.
iGCSE101
Atomic Theory and Atomic Structure

Atomic Theory and Atomic Structure

This lesson covers an introduction to atomic theory. In includes a Power Point lesson covered the topics outline below. It also includes a revision or homework page (with answer sheet). A ‘Hot Seat Quiz’ that includes the key terms covered in the lesson and a printable of the key figures in Atomic Theory. The Power Point lesson covers the key terms: • Atomic theory • Atoms • Atomic structure • Protons • Neutrons • Electrons • Atomic Mass Unit This is followed by a section covering describing atoms: • Electron configuration • Mass Number (Nucleon number) • Atomic number (proton number) The last section covers briefly • Isotopes • Relative Mass Unit • Relative Formula Mass Designed to partially cover section C3 of the iGCSE unit 0653 combined science CIE course as outlined on the Cambridge Specification here: 3.3 Atomic structure and the Periodic Table 1 Describe the structure of an atom in terms of electrons and a nucleus containing protons and neutrons. 2 Describe the build-up of electrons in ‘shells’ and understand the significance of the noble gas electronic structures and of valency electrons (reference to noble gases not included - this will be in periodic table lesson) 3 State the relative charges and approximate relative masses of protons, neutrons and electrons. 4 Define atomic (proton) number and mass (nucleon) number. 5 Use proton number and the simple structure of atoms to explain the basis of the Periodic Table ((Not yet included in this section)
iGCSE101
Physical and Chemical Changes (IGCSE)

Physical and Chemical Changes (IGCSE)

This lesson covers the following topics 1. Elements 2. Molecules 3.Compounds 4. Mixtures. 5. Physical and chemical properties and 6. Physical changes and Chemical changes CIE combined Science 0653 C3 Atoms Elements and Compounds. The lesson includes a Power Point presentation including all the topics outlined above plus a quiz on physical and chemical changes There is a lab lesson on compounds and mixtures (classic iron fillings and sulphur experiment) with word doc for students and teacher to follow. The lesson also contains a separate homework exercise (word document) Covers section first 2 specifications of C3 on the CIE 0653 GCSE Combined Science Course
iGCSE101
Laboratory Equipment

Laboratory Equipment

The complete 'apparatus list' as per 0653 Combined Science CIE syllabus. complete with extra resources and a homework question sheet it's a great starter to the 'Experimental Techniques' C2 section of the course
iGCSE101
IGCSE Atomic  Theory and Atomic Structure

IGCSE Atomic Theory and Atomic Structure

This lesson covers an introduction to atomic theory. In includes a Power Point lesson covered the topics outline below. It also includes a revision or homework page (with answer sheet). A ‘Hot Seat Quiz’ that includes the key terms covered in the lesson and a printable of the key figures in Atomic Theory. The Power Point lesson covers the key terms: • Atomic theory • Atoms • Atomic structure • Protons • Neutrons • Electrons • Atomic Mass Unit This is followed by a section covering describing atoms: • Electron configuration • Mass Number (Nucleon number) • Atomic number (proton number) The last section covers briefly • Isotopes • Relative Mass Unit • Relative Formula Mass This lesson cover the section C3 of the iGCSE unit 0653 combined science (some sections regarding the periodic table will be included in a separate section). C3. Atoms, elements and compounds 3.3 Atomic structure and the Periodic Table 1 Describe the structure of an atom in terms of electrons and a nucleus containing protons and neutrons. 2 Describe the build-up of electrons in ‘shells’ and understand the significance of the noble gas electronic structures and of valency electrons (reference to noble gases not included - this will be in periodic table lesson) 3 State the relative charges and approximate relative masses of protons, neutrons and electrons. 4 Define atomic (proton) number and mass (nucleon) number. 5 Use proton number and the simple structure of atoms to explain the basis of the Periodic Table (see section C9), with special reference to the elements with proton numbers 1 to 20. (not yet included in this section)
iGCSE101
The Particulate Nature of Matter GCSE

The Particulate Nature of Matter GCSE

Designed for the 0653 iGCSE Combined Science Course. This presentation is perfect for any introduction to Chemistry class. It contains an introduction to matter, the states of matter, atoms and molecules. It also includes a question page and a list of extra resources
iGCSE101
IGCSE Cambridge Combined Science 0653 Chem C1-C2

IGCSE Cambridge Combined Science 0653 Chem C1-C2

A combined resource with 4 lessons containing: 1. Chem syllabus 2017-2018 2.Apparatus List (with worksheet) 3. Lesson on Matter (with extra resources, and homework sheet) 4. Lesson Experimental Techniques (with quiz and homework page) 5. Lesson on Paper Chromatography with homework page and extra resources
iGCSE101
IGCSE Combined Science Experimental Techniques

IGCSE Combined Science Experimental Techniques

One full lesson dedicated to separation techniques. Filtration, Sand and Water, Evaporation, Rock Salt, Distillation, Fractional Distillation etc. Designed for use with Cambridge 0653 Combined Science IGCSE course. This lesson comes with homework question page and answer sheet and additional quiz as part of powerpoint lesson. Recently updated
iGCSE101
Physical and Chemical Properties and Changes

Physical and Chemical Properties and Changes

This lesson covers the following topics 1. Elements 2. Molecules 3.Compounds 4. Mixtures. 5. Physical and chemical properties and 6. Physical changes and Chemical changes The lesson includes a PowerPoint presentation including all the topics outlined above plus a quiz on physical and chemical changes There is a lab lesson on compounds and mixtures (classic iron fillings and sulfur experiment) with word doc for students and teacher to follow. The lesson also contains a separate homework exercise (word document) Covers section C3 of the Cambridge CIE 0653 GCSE Combined science course but can easily be used as a stand alone lesson on Physical and Chemical changes
iGCSE101
The Particulate Nature of Matter GCSE

The Particulate Nature of Matter GCSE

Designed for the 0653 iGCSE Combined Science Course. This presentation is perfect for any introduction to Chemistry class. It contains an introduction to matter, the states of matter, atoms and molecules. It also includes a question page and a list of extra resources
iGCSE101
Introduction to Chem (GCSE Course)

Introduction to Chem (GCSE Course)

Contains the first section of the IGCSE course, in 4 lessons. It starts with the syllabus then an apparatus list, followed by a lesson on Matter and Experimental Techniques. All lessons come with an additional homework assignment (Word Document). Email me if you have any questions or wish to see a better preview.
iGCSE101