A-Level Chemistry equilibria calculations on Kc. Suitable for any syllabus. The worksheet is differentiated with each section increasing in difficulty. Contains one of every type of Kc question based on the last several years of exam questions. Starts with questions on the basics of Kc, then builds up to the harder exam standard Kc questions. Caters for all levels of ability. Answers are included. Takes about a double lesson to complete.
A bundle of resources on the GCSE topic chemical calculations. Includes a knowledge organiser which gives all the definitions and formulas. There is then a calculations sheet which has one of every type of question that the students need to know. Finally a sheet which helps students calculate reacting masses. Suitable for the new 2018 AQA triple chemistry exams.
A complete revision package of 100 A-Level Chemistry resources with coverage of the entire A-Level Chemistry topics suitable for AQA, Edexcel or OCR syllabuses (atomic structure, periodic table, amount of substance, redox equations, organic chemistry, acid base equilibria, shapes of molecules, pVnRT, percentage uncertainty, qualitative tests, NMR, IR, mass spec,chromatography, titrations, Gibbs free energy, Grignard, electrolysis, equilibrium, enthalpy, entropy, born haber, hess law, rates of reaction, isotopes, kinetics, transition metals, Ecell etc). The 100 Resources include knowledge organisers, cue cards, revision quizzes, mind maps, worksheets, cut and stick, group work activities, co-operative learning activities, traffic light quizzes, differentiated worksheets, interactive PowerPoints etc. These resources can be used to accompany a lesson on the topic or as part of a revision lesson. Due to the large quantity of files they have been attached as a Zip file.
9 knowledge organisers for the new GCSE (2016) AQA Syllabus. Covering topics chemical changes, structure and bonding, chemical calculations, chromatography, chemical analysis, organic chemistry (crude oil, hydrocarbons, alcohols, carboxylic acids, polymers) and reactivity series/extraction of metals.
A GCSE Chemistry knowledge organiser on the reactivity series and extraction of metals. Relevant for the new AQA GCSE 2018 syllabus. Includes content on the reactivity series, dsplacement reactions, ionic equations, extraction of metals (using carbon and hydrogen) and separating salts using evaporation or recrystalisation.
A GCSE knowledge organiser on the AQA Organic chemistry topic “polymers”. contains information on addition polymerisation of alkenes, condensation polymerisation reactions, polysaccharides and DNA. Relevant for the new 2016 AQA syllabus.
A GCSE Chemistry worksheet on Paper Chromatography. The worksheet is differentiated with exam questions targeting grades 1-3, 4-6 and 7-9. There’s questions on mobile and stationary phases, food additives, calculation of Rf values etc. The more challenging questions require students to think in more depth about the physical processes involved in the separation, explaining how separation occurs, how we use chromatography to identify additives etc. Answers are included.
A bundle of resources on GCSE physics. Topics include forces in action calculations, electric circuit symbols and a knowledge organiser on electric circuits. Relevant for the new AQA GCSE 2016 syllabus.
A bundle of 5 resources on electrolysis. Includes a knowledge organiser, a worksheet, a cut & stick activity, a group relay quiz on electrolysis of solutions and a traffic light quiz. Suitable for the new GCSE AQA 2018 syllabus. The knowledge organiser includes information on electrolysis, electrolytes, anode, cathode, oxidation, reduction, ionic equations etc. Also includes revision on electrolysis of lead bromide, aluminium oxide and sodium chloride solution . There is also information on how to determine the products at the anode and cathode for aqueous solutions. The cut & stick focusses on the electrolysis of lead bromide and aluminium oxide. The quizzes test the students knowledge on all of these concepts.
A complete set of 6 Power Points and 8 worksheets (with answers) for the A-Level Chemistry topic Transition metals. The unit of work is set out into 6 lessons each with a Power Point and worksheet (on Electronic configuration, Defining transition metals, naming and colour, complex formation, ligand reactions and formation of precipitates in transition metal reactions._ Each lessons worksheet comes with answers. The unit of work has been uploaded as a zip file.
Some A-Level Chemistry resources on the thermodynamics topic of Gibbs free energy. The first resource contains 6 sections of calculations with each section increasing in difficulty. This resource is differentiated and takes about an hour to complete. Is excellent revision on Gibbs free energy calculations and nicely prepares students for the exam with relevant exam standard calculations including a graph. Answers are included. Also included are Entropy worksheets (with answers) on calculating Gibbs and how it is related to the equilibrium constant.
A GCSE Chemistry revision resource on Quantitative chemistry (moles) which contains questions on the new AQA Quantitative chemistry chapter (Separate Science). The resource includes revision on one of every type of calculation they have to know to prepare for the new GCSE 2018 exams. The resource includes 16 sections (3 pages) of calculations on determining relative formula mass, moles, reacting masses, limiting reactants, percentage yield, atom economy, concentration, titrations and volume of gases. The resource contains answers for every question. Takes about 2 hours for the students to complete.
An A-Level Chemistry resource on proton (1H) NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance). I use it as a group work activity, students are given the cards and have to solve the spectra using the data table given. Answers are included on a Power Point enabling feedback to the the class.
A variety of resources for the new AQA GCSE Physics syllabus on electric circuit symbols. There’s a cut & stick “design your own circuit activity”, a Tarsia activity, a table for students to write in the name of the component and its function. There’s also a diagram which requires the components of an electric circuit to be labelled. Answers to all resources are included.
An A-Level Chemistry resource on calculating Amount of substance (Moles). The worksheet is differentiated with each section increasing in difficulty. Answers are included with each section so that students can check their progress. This is the first half of this resource, the 2nd half is also available on this website with 2 more pages on atom economy, empirical formulae, percentage yield etc. The complete set has 16 sections in total. If you like this resource there are others of a similar format on calculating entropy, pH, Kc, Kp, Grignard reagents, inorganic formulae, Ecell, pV = nRT etc. These sheets conrain examples of every type of exam questions atudents may face.
A complete set of 9 lesson resources on the A-Level Chemistry topic of Born Haber cycles. In our college, this content is taught over three double lessons. Includes resources on sketching the cycle, (including interactive animations), how to perform the calculations using data from the cycles, definitions of lattice energy, enthalpy of formation, enthalpy of atomisation and electron affinity. Also includes the teaching of charge density (ionic radii & charge), how we use the value of lattice energies to determine complete ionic character/degree of covalent bonding and polarisation. Accompanying the Power Points, are worksheets (with answers included) and homeworks.
A GCSE Chemistry traffic light quiz on acids and alkalis, suitable for the new 2018 AQA GCSE syllabus. Students use traffic light cards to answer the questions. Can be used as a plenary and answers are included.