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Hi everyone, I'm a Science teacher who loves making and using my own resources. I have made hundreds of resources over the years which have been carefully planned. You will find my Powerpoints have their own style which you may not find in resources offered by other sellers. Please keep checking my shop as I'm regularly adding the hundreds of resources I have made for KS3 (All sciences), KS4 (All sciences) and KS5 (Chemistry). I hope my resources are useful to you and your students.

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Hi everyone, I'm a Science teacher who loves making and using my own resources. I have made hundreds of resources over the years which have been carefully planned. You will find my Powerpoints have their own style which you may not find in resources offered by other sellers. Please keep checking my shop as I'm regularly adding the hundreds of resources I have made for KS3 (All sciences), KS4 (All sciences) and KS5 (Chemistry). I hope my resources are useful to you and your students.
Mixtures PPT - GCSE Chemistry
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Mixtures PPT - GCSE Chemistry

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This is a Powerpoint for Mixtures which is found in Topic 1: Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table of GCSE Chemistry and Double Science. This is an excellent resource which will save you time and engage your students. The PPT contains: Clear WALTs and WILFs has clear slides and not too much information (Cognitive Load Theory) Differentiated by RAG system Slides that are well sequenced to build up knowledge in a logical way. Depending on the resource you are viewing, many resources will also include: Discussion tasks which can be done in pairs. small groups or whole class. Worked examples (Scaffolding) Questions for students to try. I hope you find this resource useful. Please check out my other resources. Thank you for looking!
Atoms and Elements PPT - GCSE Chemistry
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Atoms and Elements PPT - GCSE Chemistry

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This is a Powerpoint for Atoms and Elements which is found in Topic 1: Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table of GCSE Chemistry and Double Science. This is an excellent resource which will save you time and engage your students. The PPT contains: Clear WALTs and WILFs has clear slides and not too much information (Cognitive Load Theory) Differentiated by RAG system Slides that are well sequenced to build up knowledge in a logical way. Depending on the resource you are viewing, many resources will also include: Discussion tasks which can be done in pairs. small groups or whole class. Worked examples (Scaffolding) Questions for students to try. I hope you find this resource useful. Please check out my other resources. Thank you for looking!
Formulae and Equations PPT - GCSE Chemistry
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Formulae and Equations PPT - GCSE Chemistry

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This is a Powerpoint for Formulae and Equations which is found in Topic 1: Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table of GCSE Chemistry and Double Science. This is an excellent resource which will save you time and engage your students. The PPT contains: Clear WALTs and WILFs has clear slides and not too much information (Cognitive Load Theory) Differentiated by RAG system Slides that are well sequenced to build up knowledge in a logical way. Depending on the resource you are viewing, many resources will also include: Discussion tasks which can be done in pairs. small groups or whole class. Worked examples (Scaffolding) Questions for students to try. I hope you find this resource useful. Please check out my other resources. Thank you for looking!
Reaction Profiles (Energy Diagrams) PPT - GCSE Chemistry
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Reaction Profiles (Energy Diagrams) PPT - GCSE Chemistry

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This is a Powerpoint for Reaction Profiles (Energy Diagrams) which is found in Topic 5: Energy Changes of GCSE Chemistry and Double Science. This is an excellent resource which will save you time and engage your students. The PPT contains: Clear WALTs and WILFs has clear slides and not too much information (Cognitive Load Theory) Differentiated by RAG system Slides that are well sequenced to build up knowledge in a logical way. Depending on the resource you are viewing, many resources will also include: Discussion tasks which can be done in pairs. small groups or whole class. Worked examples (Scaffolding) Questions for students to try. I hope you find this resource useful. Please check out my other resources. Thank you for looking!
Polymer Structures PPT - GCSE Chemistry
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Polymer Structures PPT - GCSE Chemistry

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This is a Powerpoint for Polymer Structures which is found in Topic 2: Structure and Bonding of GCSE Chemistry and Double Science. This is an excellent resource which will save you time and engage your students. The PPT contains: Clear WALTs and WILFs has clear slides and not too much information (Cognitive Load Theory) Differentiated by RAG system Slides that are well sequenced to build up knowledge in a logical way. Depending on the resource you are viewing, many resources will also include: Discussion tasks which can be done in pairs. small groups or whole class. Worked examples (Scaffolding) Questions for students to try. I hope you find this resource useful. Please check out my other resources. Thank you for looking!
Properties of Simple (Covalent) Molecules PPT - GCSE Chemistry
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Properties of Simple (Covalent) Molecules PPT - GCSE Chemistry

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This is a Powerpoint for Properties of Simple Molecules which is found in Topic 2: Structure and Bonding of GCSE Chemistry and Double Science. This is an excellent resource which will save you time and engage your students. The PPT contains: Clear WALTs and WILFs has clear slides and not too much information (Cognitive Load Theory) Differentiated by RAG system Slides that are well sequenced to build up knowledge in a logical way. Depending on the resource you are viewing, many resources will also include: Discussion tasks which can be done in pairs. small groups or whole class. Worked examples (Scaffolding) Questions for students to try. I hope you find this resource useful. Please check out my other resources. Thank you for looking!
Properties of Ionic Compounds PPT - GCSE Chemistry
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Properties of Ionic Compounds PPT - GCSE Chemistry

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This is a Powerpoint for Properties of Ionic Compounds which is found in Topic 2: Structure and Bonding of GCSE Chemistry and Double Science. This is an excellent resource which will save you time and engage your students. The PPT contains: Clear WALTs and WILFs has clear slides and not too much information (Cognitive Load Theory) Differentiated by RAG system Slides that are well sequenced to build up knowledge in a logical way. Depending on the resource you are viewing, many resources will also include: Discussion tasks which can be done in pairs. small groups or whole class. Worked examples (Scaffolding) Questions for students to try. I hope you find this resource useful. Please check out my other resources. Thank you for looking!
States of Matter PPT - GCSE Chemistry
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States of Matter PPT - GCSE Chemistry

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This is a Powerpoint for States of Matter which is found in Topic 2: Structure and Bonding of GCSE Chemistry and Double Science. This is an excellent resource which will save you time and engage your students. The PPT contains: Clear WALTs and WILFs has clear slides and not too much information (Cognitive Load Theory) Differentiated by RAG system Slides that are well sequenced to build up knowledge in a logical way. Depending on the resource you are viewing, many resources will also include: Discussion tasks which can be done in pairs. small groups or whole class. Worked examples (Scaffolding) Questions for students to try. I hope you find this resource useful. Please check out my other resources. Thank you for looking!
Electrolysis of Aqueous Solutions PPT - GCSE Chemistry
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Electrolysis of Aqueous Solutions PPT - GCSE Chemistry

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This is a Powerpoint for Electrolysis of Aqueous Solutions which is found in Topic 4: Chemical Changes of GCSE Chemistry and Double Science. This is an excellent resource which will save you time and engage your students. The PPT contains: Clear WALTs and WILFs has clear slides and not too much information (Cognitive Load) Differentiated by RAG system Worked examples (Scaffolding) Questions for students to try. I hope you find this resource useful. Please check out my other resources!. Thank you.
Electrolysis to Extract Metals (Aluminium) PPT - GCSE Chemistry
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Electrolysis to Extract Metals (Aluminium) PPT - GCSE Chemistry

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This is a Powerpoint for Electrolysis to Extract Metals (Aluminium) which is found in Topic 4: Chemical Changes of GCSE Chemistry and Double Science. This is an excellent resource which will save you time and engage your students. The PPT contains: Clear WALTs and WILFs has clear slides and not too much information (Cognitive Load) Differentiated by RAG system Worked examples (Scaffolding) Questions for students to try. I hope you find this resource useful. Please check out my other resources!. Thank you.
Electrolysis of Molten Ionic Compounds
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Electrolysis of Molten Ionic Compounds

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This is a Powerpoint for Electrolysis of Molten Ionic Compounds which is found in Topic 4: Chemical Changes of GCSE Chemistry and Double Science. This is an excellent resource which will save you time and engage your students. The PPT contains: Clear WALTs and WILFs has clear slides and not too much information (Cognitive Load) Differentiated by RAG system Worked examples (Scaffolding) Questions for students to try. I hope you find this resource useful. Please check out my other resources!. Thank you.
Electrolysis PPT - GCSE Chemistry
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Electrolysis PPT - GCSE Chemistry

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This is a Powerpoint for Electrolysis which is found in Topic 4: Chemical Changes of GCSE Chemistry and Double Science. This is an excellent resource which will save you time and engage your students. The PPT contains: Clear WALTs and WILFs has clear slides and not too much information (Cognitive Load) Differentiated by RAG system Worked examples (Scaffolding) Questions for students to try. I hope you find this resource useful. Please check out my other resources!. Thank you.
GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 10 Using Resources Questions and Answers
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GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 10 Using Resources Questions and Answers

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This is an excellent revison resource for Topic 10: Using Resources of GCSE Chemistry (Triple Science) that has taken me many weeks to make for my students. I call this the ‘MUST KNOW QUESTIONS’. More importantly they come with ANSWERS which is the part that many resources lack - But NOT this one. You can use this resource in so many ways. See below how I have used them: Print off topic after you have taught it and give to students to revise for upcoming topic test. Print off topic before you have taught a topic and use it as a ‘Flipped Learning’ task. Independent Tasks - Copy a few questions (Lets say 10 questions) and paste into your PPT (No worksheets needed or photocopying) Peer/Self Assessment - Copy and paste the answers onto another slide. (Students love this) Homework - Ask students to complete 10 questions at a time for each homework. Starter Activities (Recall and Retrieval) - Select 3 questions at random in a given topic. Hope this resource is helpful to you and your students. Please check out the other questions and answer revision resources I have for other topics in Chemistry. You can also buy a bundle for Paper 1 or Paper 2 at a reduced rate. Thank you.
GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 9 Chemistry of the Atmosphere Questions and Answers
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GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 9 Chemistry of the Atmosphere Questions and Answers

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This is an excellent revison resource for Topic 9: Chemistry of the Atmosphere of GCSE Chemistry (Triple Science) that has taken me many weeks to make for my students. I call this the ‘MUST KNOW QUESTIONS’. More importantly they come with ANSWERS which is the part that many resources lack - But NOT this one. You can use this resource in so many ways. See below how I have used them: Print off topic after you have taught it and give to students to revise for upcoming topic test. Print off topic before you have taught a topic and use it as a ‘Flipped Learning’ task. Independent Tasks - Copy a few questions (Lets say 10 questions) and paste into your PPT (No worksheets needed or photocopying) Peer/Self Assessment - Copy and paste the answers onto another slide. (Students love this) Homework - Ask students to complete 10 questions at a time for each homework. Starter Activities (Recall and Retrieval) - Select 3 questions at random in a given topic. Hope this resource is helpful to you and your students. Please check out the other questions and answer revision resources I have for other topics in Chemistry. You can also buy a bundle for Paper 1 or Paper 2 at a reduced rate. Thank you.
GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 8 Chemical Analysis Questions and Answers
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GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 8 Chemical Analysis Questions and Answers

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This is an excellent revison resource for Topic 8: Chemical Analysis of GCSE Chemistry (Triple Science) that has taken me many weeks to make for my students. I call this the ‘MUST KNOW QUESTIONS’. More importantly they come with ANSWERS which is the part that many resources lack - But NOT this one. You can use this resource in so many ways. See below how I have used them: Print off topic after you have taught it and give to students to revise for upcoming topic test. Print off topic before you have taught a topic and use it as a ‘Flipped Learning’ task. Independent Tasks - Copy a few questions (Lets say 10 questions) and paste into your PPT (No worksheets needed or photocopying) Peer/Self Assessment - Copy and paste the answers onto another slide. (Students love this) Homework - Ask students to complete 10 questions at a time for each homework. Starter Activities (Recall and Retrieval) - Select 3 questions at random in a given topic. Hope this resource is helpful to you and your students. Please check out the other questions and answer revision resources I have for other topics in Chemistry. You can also buy a bundle for Paper 1 or Paper 2 at a reduced rate. Thank you.
GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 7 Organic Chemistry Questions and Answers
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GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 7 Organic Chemistry Questions and Answers

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This is an excellent revison resource for Topic 7: Organic Chemistry of GCSE Chemistry (Triple Science) that has taken me many weeks to make for my students. I call this the ‘MUST KNOW QUESTIONS’. More importantly they come with ANSWERS which is the part that many resources lack - But NOT this one. You can use this resource in so many ways. See below how I have used them: Print off topic after you have taught it and give to students to revise for upcoming topic test. Print off topic before you have taught a topic and use it as a ‘Flipped Learning’ task. Independent Tasks - Copy a few questions (Lets say 10 questions) and paste into your PPT (No worksheets needed or photocopying) Peer/Self Assessment - Copy and paste the answers onto another slide. (Students love this) Homework - Ask students to complete 10 questions at a time for each homework. Starter Activities (Recall and Retrieval) - Select 3 questions at random in a given topic. Hope this resource is helpful to you and your students. Please check out the other questions and answer revision resources I have for other topics in Chemistry. You can also buy a bundle for Paper 1 or Paper 2 at a reduced rate. Thank you.
GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 6 Rate & Extent of Chemical Change Questions and Answers
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GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 6 Rate & Extent of Chemical Change Questions and Answers

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This is an excellent revison resource for Topic 6: Rate & Extent of Chemical Change of GCSE Chemistry (Triple Science) that has taken me many weeks to make for my students. I call this the ‘MUST KNOW QUESTIONS’. More importantly they come with ANSWERS which is the part that many resources lack - But NOT this one. You can use this resource in so many ways. See below how I have used them: Print off topic after you have taught it and give to students to revise for upcoming topic test. Print off topic before you have taught a topic and use it as a ‘Flipped Learning’ task. Independent Tasks - Copy a few questions (Lets say 10 questions) and paste into your PPT (No worksheets needed or photocopying) Peer/Self Assessment - Copy and paste the answers onto another slide. (Students love this) Homework - Ask students to complete 10 questions at a time for each homework. Starter Activities (Recall and Retrieval) - Select 3 questions at random in a given topic. Hope this resource is helpful to you and your students. Please check out the other questions and answer revision resources I have for other topics in Chemistry. You can also buy a bundle for Paper 1 or Paper 2 at a reduced rate. Thank you.
GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 5 Energy Changes Questions and Answers
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GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 5 Energy Changes Questions and Answers

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This is an excellent revison resource for Topic 5: Energy Changes of GCSE Chemistry (Triple Science) that has taken me many weeks to make for my students. I call this the ‘MUST KNOW QUESTIONS’. More importantly they come with ANSWERS which is the part that many resources lack - But NOT this one. You can use this resource in so many ways. See below how I have used them: Print off topic after you have taught it and give to students to revise for upcoming topic test. Print off topic before you have taught a topic and use it as a ‘Flipped Learning’ task. Independent Tasks - Copy a few questions (Lets say 10 questions) and paste into your PPT (No worksheets needed or photocopying) Peer/Self Assessment - Copy and paste the answers onto another slide. (Students love this) Homework - Ask students to complete 10 questions at a time for each homework. Starter Activities (Recall and Retrieval) - Select 3 questions at random in a given topic. Hope this resource is helpful to you and your students. Please check out the other questions and answer revision resources I have for other topics in Chemistry. You can also buy a bundle for Paper 1 or Paper 2 at a reduced rate. Thank you.
GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 4 Chemical Changes Questions and Answers
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GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 4 Chemical Changes Questions and Answers

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This is an excellent revison resource for Topic 4: Chemical Changes of GCSE Chemistry (Triple Science) that has taken me many weeks to make for my students. I call this the ‘MUST KNOW QUESTIONS’. More importantly they come with ANSWERS which is the part that many resources lack - But NOT this one. You can use this resource in so many ways. See below how I have used them: Print off topic after you have taught it and give to students to revise for upcoming topic test. Print off topic before you have taught a topic and use it as a ‘Flipped Learning’ task. Independent Tasks - Copy a few questions (Lets say 10 questions) and paste into your PPT (No worksheets needed or photocopying) Peer/Self Assessment - Copy and paste the answers onto another slide. (Students love this) Homework - Ask students to complete 10 questions at a time for each homework. Starter Activities (Recall and Retrieval) - Select 3 questions at random in a given topic. Hope this resource is helpful to you and your students. Please check out the other questions and answer revision resources I have for other topics in Chemistry. You can also buy a bundle for Paper 1 or Paper 2 at a reduced rate. Thank you.
GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 3 Quantitative Chemistry Questions and Answers
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GCSE Triple Chemistry Revision - Topic 3 Quantitative Chemistry Questions and Answers

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This is an excellent revison resource for Topic 3: Quantitative Chemistry of GCSE Chemistry (Triple Science) that has taken me many weeks to make for my students. I call this the ‘MUST KNOW QUESTIONS’. More importantly they come with ANSWERS which is the part that many resources lack - But NOT this one. You can use this resource in so many ways. See below how I have used them: Print off topic after you have taught it and give to students to revise for upcoming topic test. Print off topic before you have taught a topic and use it as a ‘Flipped Learning’ task. Independent Tasks - Copy a few questions (Lets say 10 questions) and paste into your PPT (No worksheets needed or photocopying) Peer/Self Assessment - Copy and paste the answers onto another slide. (Students love this) Homework - Ask students to complete 10 questions at a time for each homework. Starter Activities (Recall and Retrieval) - Select 3 questions at random in a given topic. Hope this resource is helpful to you and your students. Please check out the other questions and answer revision resources I have for other topics in Chemistry. You can also buy a bundle for Paper 1 or Paper 2 at a reduced rate. Thank you.