It is for GCSE and A- Level students to be used as recap, homework , test or starters to ensure they know how to use the formula moles=cv. It is only a question sheet, answers are not included as I normally go through the question sheet with the students by showing the working out.
This worksheet will help students recall their knowledge and ensure they remember the basics of chemistry. This will require students to be able to understand the basics of an atom, isotopes and electronic structures. Starter activity Independent worksheet Recap Answers are included!
Multiple choice test for Introduction to moles using the equations Mr * mol = Mass . I would use this resource at the end of lessons or at the start of the next lesson as a quick recap to ensure the students remember the knowledge. It’s for students who need to do a quick recap of the how to use the equation Mr * mol = mass. It can also be used to ensure students understand the basics of chemistry. It is popular with my students as it is quick and simple test, that allows them to highlight any gaps in their knowledge.
It’s a cheat sheet for A2 Chemistry Students who are studying AQA Chemistry. It breaks down the reactions and identifies patterns which make it easier to memorise the reactions. I have personally used it during my A-Levels as well as teaching A-Level students who have found it much easier to memorise whilst using this sheet.
It’s a simple review worksheet of the basics of algebra, of ‘How to the find X’. I use this to ensure students are able to rearrange equations in the correct order. Using it as a ‘Back to the Basics’ reassures the students they know the basics providing them with confidence. I would use this for year 8 students upwards, as it’s always good for students to review the basics. It allows the students to understand the rules are the same, regardless whether its with whole numbers, decimals, negatives etc. There are 30 questions, all with varying ability. Answers are included.
It allows people to appreciate their peers anonymously, whilst having a fun time. I use this whilst working at summer camps, after completing a project with colleagues. It can be used after team activities, team situations, programmes. It has helped a lot when working with young students. I have also got a lot of appreciation for doing this activity as the students felt more valued knowing their peers appreciated them. I hope you enjoy using this as much as I do! Reflection activity Please leave feedback!
12 Mark multiple choice test for Atomic Structure and The Periodic table. I would use this resource at the end of lessons or at the start of the next lesson as a quick recap to ensure the students remember the knowledge. It’s for students who have recently started GCSE Chemistry and need to do a quick recap of the topics learnt in Atomic Structure. It can also be used to ensure students understand the basics of chemistry. It is popular with my students as it is quick and simple test, that allows them to highlight any gaps in their knowledge. Answers are included
It’s a quick 11 question worksheet on balancing equations, when are you first introducing the topic to students. I would use it for year 9/10s to ensure they remember how to balance the questions. It is solely a worksheet so can be used as a starter or as homework. Answers are included.
It is a fun interactive bingo game that reinforces the mental maths required for their timetables including their 1,2,3,4 and 5 timetables. It only needs to be printed out and it is ready to be used It would be helpful to use after they have learnt the topics and can be used as an activity towards the end of the lesson or as a starter to raise the energy levels of the children as it gets them more involved. There are 5 randomly arranged bingo sheets, so can be used for a class of 30 children. The answers are also provided at the end of document, so all you have to do is read the answers out. Starter activity Energiser
It is an improvisation debate on trust. It’s about who they feel they can or can not trust. It includes: Instructions 10 ready made phrases Reflection activity It can be used at the start of a debating course to test the students skills and/or at the end to see how they have improved. You will be able to see how they are utilising their new skills to provide logical and insightful arguments. It can provide practise to students to be able to plan an argument in their mind. It’s an interactive game that encourages students to get up and move, whilst voicing their opinions. I normally use this at the start of summer camps a few days in, as it act as an ice breaker allowing students to learn more about each other. Interactive activity Self led / Teacher led
It is reflection sheet directed at GCSE Chemistry students so that they are able identify gaps in their knowledge so they are more effective with their revision time. I would also use this when I start tutoring a student, so I am able to understand where they think they are in terms of content so that I can use the time more efficiently and effectively. Quick reflection sheet which should be used in year 11 or during their studies.