worksheet to guide through perhaps a demo of the different factors that affect the rate of diffusion. with demonstrations i found this took me most of the lesson as we made a table to summarise and explain along side these.
eg/ we put permanagnate in hot and cold water to see the difference,
The pupils have been abandoned on a desert island. They are all well but their phones are all dead-too many selfies on instagram! they must work in teams to come up with a solution to change thier mobile phone using resources off the island-I let them use parts they found on the plane too.
There is a proforma to fill in for the research-some of mine were really inventive!
*I have not included the research as mine used pages off bitesize but could easily be done on computer if available.
One they have fedback they vote on the best. To review all of the information their are exam questions taken from the new AQA spec included.
After that they feedback and
This resource is part of the outgoing AQA CHEMISTRY specification. It forms a revision day I am going to do with my year 11s. It starts from quantatative methods onwards although it has a revision list for the enture topic.
each section comprises of some information slides followed by guided exam questions. There is a teachers version for your presentation and a pupils version to print (or print selected slides from).
I have used others resources from TES in places but this forms a handy revision session.
Please note: I have not covered the bonding/structures section as I have already covered this with my class so it did not form part of my planning. Also Electrolysis is not in detail as my class have covered it so much during C1 revision.
low price due to this and part of outgoing specification
A 30 minute lesson I used in an interview. you need quite a good pace to get through it in 30 minutes-I admit I did the plenary just as groups so could be spread over a longer time easily.
I used a sheet that was already on TES which i got from here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/rates-of-reaction-6070772
TEEP lesson plan included. The lesson is a quick introduction to rates with an experts task included and exam question plenary.
The file labelled concentration is the information sheets. pupils start in groups of 4, then number off 1-4 and become experts on one of the areas.
Could be used as quiz quiz trade or revision flash cards for pupils. The includes all Chemistry topics from the combined science (trilogy) course. C1, C2, C3, C4, C5,C6, C7, C8, C9,C10,C11, C12.
These are also available in smaller bundles,
Entire topic to cover the new KS3 spec. there are parts I have taken from other areas of TES but they are all put together here in a handy unit that can just be followed.
includes a circus of activities to be completed as a revision session
This is the entirety of C1 in a powerpoint. I have gone over each part of the spec including broken down version of the specification so pupils can break down their revision.
There are past exam questions with examples of how to improve answers as well as information slides to improve learners knowledge.
I got up to the end of metals in a two hour revision session so imagine the whole unit would take 3-4 lessons to cover in detail.
I have used other's resources from TES in places but this is a handy way of having the whole topic ready to pick up and use for a series of revision lessons.
Set of 4 quiz quiz trade cards for the 2106 specification.
with answers. this could also be cut and laminated and used as card sort at the end of topic. designed for the 2016 trilogy combined sciences specification.
Please note ALL resources have answers with them. These are questions and answers that you can feel free to edit/format to meet your meets but does provide an extensive list of questions and answers. have been prrofread.
a fully differentaited project to use over 3/4 lessons for science week/ stem week/science club. includes different level lessons and a full list of resources for technicians as well as lesson plan. I did this with year seven and eight pupils who thoroughly enjoyed the week