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After a PhD in Medicinal Chemistry and some time in industry; I finally found my calling as a secondary school teacher in Chemistry. Enjoy! Please review the resources you buy in order for me to improve my teaching and my lessons
KS3 Unit 8B Biology - Classification (8a,Biodiversity, 8b Reproduction, 8c Pollination, 8d Disperse)
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KS3 Unit 8B Biology - Classification (8a,Biodiversity, 8b Reproduction, 8c Pollination, 8d Disperse)

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KS3 Unit 8B Biology - Classification and Biodiversity NEW Aimed for High ability Year 8 but can be adapted for low/middle ability if required Further to this the lessons can also be split into two for each section - but due to time constraints and a very high ability class I was able to get through it all in 6 lessons rather than 8 lessons 8Ba: Classification and Biodiversity Lesson 1- Classification (5 kingdoms, classification and classification key, binomal names) Lesson 2 - Biodiversity (Biodiversity why it is important and sampling) 8Bb Types of reproduction Lesson 3 A AND Lesson 3B- Types of reproduction (asexual and sexual reproduction, inherited variation, advantages and disadvantages) 8Bc Pollination Lesson 4 - Pollination (Parts of a flower and uses, pollination, fertilisation and evaluate pollination types) 8Bd Fertilisation and Dispersal Lesson 5 - Seed Dispersal (Seeds, importance of seed dispersal, investigating the movement of seeds in wind) 6 lessons including practicals (can be split to 8 if required) Targeted towards specification All extension questions available on each slide Answers all underneath each slide Support also available where necessary AfL sections and mini quizzes Reducing the need for photocopying Enjoy !!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used)
AQA AS Level Unit 3 Section 4 Organic analysis: Infrared, High resolution mass spec, Required prac 6
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AQA AS Level Unit 3 Section 4 Organic analysis: Infrared, High resolution mass spec, Required prac 6

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AQA AS Level Unit 3 Section 4 Organic analysis: Infrared, High resolution mass spec, Required prac 6- test tube reactions 3.3.6 Organic analysis 3.3.6.1 Identification of functional groups by test-tube reactions LESSON 1: Required practical 6: Objectives: To understand how to test for different functional groups To carry out test-tube reactions to distinguish between alcohols, aldehydes, alkenes and carboxylic acids To interpret observations from these reactions and write equations for these reactions 3.3.6 Organic analysis 3.3.6.2 Mass spectrometry LESSON 2: HRMS Objectives: To know what a molecular ion is To know what a molecular ion shows To explain what a high resolution mass spectrum can show 3.3.6 Organic analysis 3.3.6.4 Infrared spectroscopy LESSON 3: Infra-red mass spec Objectives: To understand how an intra-red spectrometer works To identify functional groups from intra-red spectra and what the fingerprint region and where it is found To understand the link between absorption of infrared radiation by bond in CO2, methane and water vapour and global warming PLENARY GAME Homework booklet with answers Leave feedback and enjoy !!
KS3 Unit 8F Chemistry - The Atom (8a Atom, 8b Chemical prop, 8c Mendeleev, 8d Trends)
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KS3 Unit 8F Chemistry - The Atom (8a Atom, 8b Chemical prop, 8c Mendeleev, 8d Trends)

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KS3 Scheme of work and lessons for Unit 8F Chemistry Aimed for High ability but can be adapted for low/middle ability if required 8Fa The atom: Lesson 1- Dalton’s model To understand the terms atoms, elements and compounds To explain why different elements have different physical properties To write and identify the chemical symbols for elements 8Fb Chemical properties: Lesson 2 - Changes: physical and chemical To know the difference between a chemical and a physical change To complete a practical to distinguish between a chemical and physical change To explain the ways to identify chemical reaction Lesson 3: Chemical reactions To understand the terms reactant and product To understand different types of chemical reactions To model chemical reactions using word equations Lesson 4: Chemical formulae To know how atoms are rearranged in chemical reactions To interpret formulae to identify types and ratio of atoms in a compound To write simple chemical formulae from information on a structure 8Fc Mendeleev’s table: Lesson 5 - Mendleev To describe how Mendeleev arranged the elements into the periodic table To be able to identify the alkali metals, halogens, (transition metals) and noble gases in the periodic table. To be able to state what elements in the same group of the periodic table share Lesson 6 - Properties To understand the properties of metals To recall the typical properties of alkali metals To recall the typical properties of halogens 8Fd Trends: Lesson 7 - Chemical trends To be able to explain the differences between the physical and chemical properties of metal and non-metal oxides To describe the reactions of metals with water To be able to use data to identify trends in chemical properties within a group WITH EXTRA LESSONS ON THE ATOM 7 lessons including practicals All extension questions available on each slide Answers all underneath each slide Support also available where necessary AfL sections and mini quizzes Reducing the need for photocopying Enjoy !!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used)
Edexcel 9-1 CC11 Revision MAT / SHEET for Obtaining and using metals with answers PAPER 1
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Edexcel 9-1 CC11 Revision MAT / SHEET for Obtaining and using metals with answers PAPER 1

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Edexcel 9-1 CC11 Revision MAT / SHEET for Obtaining and using metals TOPIC 4 Extracting metals and Equilibria PAPER 1 - NEW for SEPTEMBER 2017 PLEASE NOTE - THESE MATS ARE MEANT TO BE PHOTOCOPIED AND LAMINATED FOR STUDENTS TO WORK ON PAPER (DUE TO LIMITED PHOTOCOPYING WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT CURRENTLY); THEY CAN BE ADAPTED SO STUDENTS CAN WRITE ON THEM BUT THAT IS ENTIRELY YOUR CHOICE 2 mats in total REVISION MATs - PART 1, 2 (with MOST answers - others are self-explanatory) for CC11 USED FOR REVISION OF Obtaining and using metals Main topics include: Reactivity series, Metals, Ores, Pure substances Mining, Extraction, Oxidation Reduction OIL RIG All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used) Enjoy !!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS
KS3 Unit 7A Biology- Organs WORKSHEETS ONLY
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KS3 Unit 7A Biology- Organs WORKSHEETS ONLY

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WORKSHEETS ONLY FOR LESSONS SEE https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-unit-7a-biology-organs-7a-life-7b-organs-7c-microscope-7d-plant-7e-transplant-11961201 KS3 Unit 7A Biology - Tissues, Cells and Organs Lesson 7Aa: Life processes Lesson 1: Objectives: To correctly use the term organism To be able to describe the life processes To identify ways in which an organism shows each life process Lesson 7Ab: ORGANS Lesson 2: Objectives: To correctly use the term organ To be able to identify several human organs To understand how to describe the functions of major human organs Lesson 3: Objectives: To be able to identify several plant organs To understand the functions of several plant organs To describe what happens in photosynthesis Lesson 7Ac: Tissues Lesson 4: Objectives: To find the learning targets using a microscope To label the parts of a microscope To use a microscope to magnify cells Lesson 5: Objectives: To follow instructions to carry out an experiment using a microscope To identify mistakes in the use of an apparatus To calculate the total microscope magnification using a formula 7Ad: Cells Lesson 6+7 : Objectives: Can be split over 2 To be able to draw a plant and animal cell To understand the functions of different parts of the cells To consolidate learning with questions Lesson 7Ae: Organ systems Lesson 8: Objectives: To be able to understand the term organ system To state the functions of several organ systems To identify and recall the main organs in each system LEsson 9: Objectives: To be able to identify the main parts in the plant water transport system To give examples on when organ transplants are needed To compare the advantages and disadvantages of transplants
KS3 Unit 8C Biology -Respiration WORKSHEETS ONLY  (8d Aerobic 8e Anaerobic )
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KS3 Unit 8C Biology -Respiration WORKSHEETS ONLY (8d Aerobic 8e Anaerobic )

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WORKSHEETS ONLY FOR LESSONS SEE https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-unit-8c-biology-respiration-8b-gas-exchange-system-8c-oxygen-8d-aerobic-8e-anaerobic-11516981 KS3 Unit 8c Biology - Respiration Aimed for High and Low ability Year 8 - there are different slides in the same powerpoint when relating to either high or low ability (they have different tasks) It can be adapted whatever class you have Further to this the lessons can also be split further - but due to time constraints; I was able to get through it all in 6 lessons rather than 8 lessons 8Cb: The gas exchange system Lesson 1- The lungs (the lungs, cilia-specialised cells) Lesson 2 - Diffusion and gas exchange 8Cc: Exercise and smoking Lesson 3 - Exercise Lesson 4 - Smoking 8Cd: Aerobic respiration Lesson 5 - Aerobic respiration (process, word/symbol equations) higher and lower lesson Lesson 6: Comparing gas exchange 8Ce: Anaerobic respiration Lesson 6 - Anaerobic respiration 7 lessons including practicals (can be split to 8 if required but not needed for last lesson) Targeted towards specification All extension questions available on each slide Answers all underneath each slide Support also available where necessary AfL sections and mini quizzes Reducing the need for photocopying - more sheets than usual required in this section of work HIGHER AND LOWER WORK AVAILABLE ON EACH SLIDE Enjoy !!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS
KS3 Unit 8A Biology Diet and digestion WORKSHEETS ONLY (Nutrients, Balanced diets, Absorption)
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KS3 Unit 8A Biology Diet and digestion WORKSHEETS ONLY (Nutrients, Balanced diets, Absorption)

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WORKSHEETS ONLY FOR LESSONS SEE https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-unit-8a-biology-8aa-nutrients-8ac-balanced-diets-8ad-digestion-8ae-absorption-7-lessons-11411420 KS3 Scheme of work and lessons for Unit 8A Biology: Diet and digestion NEW Aimed for mid-high ability but can be adapted for low ability 8Aa Nutrients: Lesson 1- Food labelling Lesson 2 - Food tests 8Ac Balanced diets: Lesson 3 - Balanced diets and Malnutrition/Obesity Lesson 4 - Deficiency diseases 8Ad Digestion: Lesson 5 - Digestive system Lesson 6 - Digestive enzymes 8Ae Absorption: Lesson 7 - Small intestine and absorption Lesson 8 - Diffusion 7 lessons including practicals (8Ae Absorption - could be split into two lessons) All extension questions available on each slide Answers all underneath each slide Support also available where necessary AfL sections and mini quizzes Reducing the need for photocopying Enjoy !!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used)
KS3 Unit 8C Biology -Respiration  (8b Gas exchange system 8c Oxygen 8d Aerobic 8e Anaerobic )
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KS3 Unit 8C Biology -Respiration (8b Gas exchange system 8c Oxygen 8d Aerobic 8e Anaerobic )

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KS3 Unit 8c Biology - Respiration Aimed for High and Low ability Year 8 - there are different slides in the same powerpoint when relating to either high or low ability (they have different tasks) It can be adapted whatever class you have Further to this the lessons can also be split further - but due to time constraints; I was able to get through it all in 6 lessons rather than 8 lessons 8Cb: The gas exchange system Lesson 1- The lungs (the lungs, cilia-specialised cells) To describe the structure of the lungs To use a model to explain breathing To explain how specialised cells keep the lungs clean Lesson 2 - Diffusion and gas exchange To explain how diffusion occurs To explain how the lungs are adapted for efficient gas exchange To observe a lung dissection 8Cc: Exercise and smoking Lesson 3 - Exercise To understand the term ‘pulse rate’ To explain the changes in heart rate and breathing rate during exercise To conclude and evaluate the results Lesson 4 - Smoking To explain the circulatory system To explain the effects of the harmful chemicals in tobacco smoke on the body To describe how asthma, emphysema and tobacco tar can reduce gas exchange 8Cd: Aerobic respiration Lesson 5 - Aerobic respiration (process, word/symbol equations) higher and lower lesson To know where respiration happens To be able to write the word (and symbol) equation for respiration To describe ways in which respiration can be detected Lesson 6: Comparing gas exchange To describe how gas exchange occurs in plants To describe how gas exchange occurs in fish To compare and contrast the gas exchange systems of plants and other animals 8Ce: Anaerobic respiration Lesson 6 - Anaerobic respiration To explain the difference between aerobic and anaerobic respiration To model anaerobic respiration using a word equations To explain why anaerobic activity cannot be sustained 7 lessons including practicals (can be split to 8 if required but not needed for last lesson) Targeted towards specification All extension questions available on each slide Answers all underneath each slide Support also available where necessary AfL sections and mini quizzes Reducing the need for photocopying - more sheets than usual required in this section of work HIGHER AND LOWER WORK AVAILABLE ON EACH SLIDE Enjoy !!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS
Edexcel 9-1 CC5 CC6 CC7 Ionic, Covalent  revision sheet/mat questions + answers PAPER 1 + 2 TOPIC 1
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Edexcel 9-1 CC5 CC6 CC7 Ionic, Covalent revision sheet/mat questions + answers PAPER 1 + 2 TOPIC 1

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Edexcel CC5 Ionic bonding for the new 9-1 GCSE Edexcel CC6 Covalent bonding for the new 9-1 GCSE Edexcel CC7 Types of substance for the new 9-1 GCSE TOPIC 1 KEY CONCEPTS OF CHEMISTRY PAPER 1 and PAPER 2- NEW for SEPTEMBER 2017 Covering on the Mat: CC5a Ionic bonds CC5b Ionic lattices CC5c Properties of ionic compounds CC6a Covalent bonding CC7a Molecular compounds CC7b Allotropes of Carbon CC7c Properties of metals CC7d Bonding models Revision mat summary sheet Revision mat summary sheet answers for the teacher All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used)
AQA KS3 Earth Structure
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AQA KS3 Earth Structure

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Complete lessons, student booklets, answers, homework, worksheets, practicals and TESTS L1 Rocks PRAC, L2 Earth. L3 + 4 igneous, L5 metamorphic. L6 Weathering L7 Weathering and Erosion, L8 Weathering and Erosion worksheets, L9 Sedimentary L10 Sedimentary worksheets, L11 Rock cycle L12 Reserve Enjoy
Edexcel 9-1 Chemistry FORMULAS and MINI TEST for SEPARATE/TRIPLE SCIENCE
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Edexcel 9-1 Chemistry FORMULAS and MINI TEST for SEPARATE/TRIPLE SCIENCE

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Edexcel 9-1 Chemistry formulas All the formulas contained with the SEPARATE science topics condensed into one table. Students can stick this in their books A mini test is also present, students can be tested regularly throughout the year to check if they are revising or SIMPLY ADD THE FORMULAS AS YOU GO Enjoy !!!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used)
AQA AS level Unit 3 Section 2 Alkanes Lesson 1 + 2  Alkane introduction + fractional distillation
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AQA AS level Unit 3 Section 2 Alkanes Lesson 1 + 2 Alkane introduction + fractional distillation

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AQA AS level Unit 3 Section 2 Alkanes Lesson 1 + 2 Alkane introduction + fractional distillation Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) Alkane 1. Introduction to alkanes (naming recap, crude oil and properties) 2. Fractional distillation (crude oil, fractional distillation, separation, uses, properties) LESSON 1: Objectives: To state the definition of an alkane To explain how alkanes are named To describe the properties of alkanes LESSON 2: Objectives: To state the origin of crude oil and the compounds contained within it To understand how fractional distillation works To be able to identify the differences between each fraction ENJOY!!! Please rate and comment in order to further improve
AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 7 Oxidation, reduction + REDOX equations unit- Ionic, oxidation states
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AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 7 Oxidation, reduction + REDOX equations unit- Ionic, oxidation states

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AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 7 Oxidation, reduction + REDOX equations unit- Ionic, oxidation states Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) RSC STARTER FOR 10 CAN BE FOUND ON RSC WEBSITE Fully explained methods for ionic equations and all answers explained in great detail - all about oxidation states and ionic reactions a large amount of work has been put in to ensure everything is explained to the highest standards. Oxidation, reduction + REDOX equations unit- Ionic, oxidation states: LESSON 1: Objectives: To recap what is meant by ‘oxidation’ and ‘reduction’ To know what an oxidation state is To be able to calculate an oxidation state of an element in a compound LESSON 2 + 3 Objectives: To be able to write half equations from balanced equations To be able to combine half equations to make the overall balanced redox equation To understand the terms oxidising agent and reducing agent LESSON 4: Optional practicals (2p) Homework booklet with answers Leave feedback and enjoy !!
AQA AS and A level REQUIRED PRACTICAL Teacher Checklists and marking criteria
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AQA AS and A level REQUIRED PRACTICAL Teacher Checklists and marking criteria

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AQA AS and A level REQUIRED PRACTICAL Teacher Checklists Common Practical Assessment Criteria These documents allow you to write your class list across the top and mark the criteria during the lesson and after the lesson EITHER: RED, AMBER and GREEN assessment Tick/cross method 1-10 marking can be used to see how successful the student is as the specific CPAC. PRACTICAL 1: Make up a volumetric solution and carry out a simple acid-base titration PRACTICAL 2: Measurement of an enthalpy change PRACTICAL 3: Investigation of how the rate of a reaction changes with temperature PRACTICAL 4: Carry out simple test-tube reactions to identify cations and anions in aqueous solution PRACTICAL 5: Distillation of a product from a reaction PRACTICAL 6: Tests for alcohol, aldehyde, alkene and carboxylic acid PRACTICAL 7a: Measuring the rate of reaction by an initial rate method PRACTICAL 7b: Measuring the rate of reaction by a continuous monitoring method PRACTICAL 8: Measuring the EMF of an electrochemical cell PRACTICAL 9: Investigate how pH changes when a weak acid reacts with a strong base and when a strong acid reacts with a weak base PRACTICAL 10a: Preparation of an organic solid and a test of its purity PRACTICAL 10b: Preparation of a pure organic liquid PRACTICAL 11: Carry out simple test-tube reactions to identify transition metal ions in aqueous solution PRACTICAL 12: Separation of species by thin-layer chromatography EXPLAINING CPAC: In order to achieve a pass, students will need to have met the following expectations. Students will be expected to develop these competencies through the acquisition of the technical skills specified in Appendix 5 of the DfE subject content for each science subject Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Students can demonstrate these competencies in any practical activity undertaken throughout the course of study. The 12 practical activities prescribed in the subject specification, which cover the requirements of Appendix 5c, will provide opportunities for demonstrating competence in all the skills identified together with the use of apparatus and practical techniques for each subject. Students may work in groups but must be able to demonstrate and record independent evidence of their competency. This must include evidence of independent application of investigative approaches and methods to practical work. Teachers who award a pass to their students need to be confident that the student consistently and routinely exhibits the competencies listed below before completion of the A level course.
AQA AS Level Unit 2 Section 2 Group 2 elements alkaline earth metals and Group 7 -The Halogens
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AQA AS Level Unit 2 Section 2 Group 2 elements alkaline earth metals and Group 7 -The Halogens

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AQA AS Level Unit 2 Section 2 Group 2 elements alkaline earth metals - trends, solubility, test ion Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) RSC STARTER FOR 10 CAN BE FOUND ON RSC WEBSITE Group 2: Alkaline Earth Metals (A large number of practicals contained within - can be spread over 3 lessons) Unit 2 Section 2: 3.2.2 Group 2, the alkaline earth metals LESSON 1: Chemical and physical properties Objectives: To recap the trends of group 2 metals: atomic radius, 1st ionisation energy and melting point To describe and write equations for the reactions of Mg-Ba with water (PRACTICAL/DEMO) To know the uses of Mg in the extraction of Ti and CaO in removing SO2 from flue gases LESSON 2 + 3 Products and uses Objectives: To know the relative solubilities of group 2 sulfates and hydroxides (PRACTICAL) To know the test for sulfate ions (DEMO AND PRACTICAL TESTING FOR UNKNOWNS) To consolidate with questions Homework booklet with answers AQA AS Level Unit 2 Section 2 Group 7 - the halogens - trends, solubility, test ion, required practical 4, halide ions, oxidising and reducing ability Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) RSC STARTER FOR 10 CAN BE FOUND ON RSC WEBSITE Group 7: The Halogens (A large number of practicals contained within - can be spread over 5 lessons) Unit 2 Section 2: 3.2.3.1 Trends in properties and 3.2.3.2 Uses of chlorine and chlorate(I) LESSON 1: PHysical and Chemical properties Objectives: To recap the trends of group 7 elements: atomic radius, electronegativity and melting point To recap halogen displacement reactions from GCSE To understand the trends in oxidising ability of the halogens (displacement reactions) LESSON 2: Reducing abilities of Halogens To understand how halide ions are formed To understand the reducing ability of halide ions To complete a practical to show the reducing power of halides illustrated by reactions of concentrated sulfuric acid LESSON 3: Objectives:Use of acidified silver nitrate to identify halide ions To know how that halide ions are identified by using silver nitrate To understand the trends in solubilities of the silver nitrates in ammonia To complete a practical to test for halide ions using acidified silver nitrate, including the use of ammonia to distinguish the silver halides formed LESSON 4: Required practical 4: L4–A-level Chemistry exemplar for required practical No. 4: To carry out simple test-tube reactions in aqueous solution to identify cations (Group 2, NH4+) and anions (Group 7 (halide), OH-, CO32-, SO42-). Objectives: To recap the ways to identify positive and negative ions To complete a series of test tube reactions to identify some anions and cations To evaluate and consolidate LESSON 5: Uses of Chorine + Chlorate (I) Objectives: To know the reactions of chlorine with water To know the reaction of chlorine with sodium hydroxide and the use of this reaction To evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of adding chemicals to water Homework booklet with answers Leave feedback and enjoy !!
AQA GCSE 9-1 CHEMISTRY UNIT 3.3 Yield + atom economy + percentage yield, molar gas, conc TRIPLE
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AQA GCSE 9-1 CHEMISTRY UNIT 3.3 Yield + atom economy + percentage yield, molar gas, conc TRIPLE

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AQA GCSE 9-1 CHEMISTRY UNIT 3.3 Yield + atom economy + percentage yield, molar gas, conc TRIPLE 4.3.3 Yield and atom economy of chemical reactions (chemistry only) 4.3.3.1 Percentage yield 4.3.3.2 Atom economy 4.3.4 Using concentrations of solutions in mol/dm3 (chemistry only) (HT only) 4.3.5 Use of amount of substance in relation to volumes of gases (chemistry only) (HT only) For combined HIGHER lessons - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-gcse-9-1-chemistry-unit-3-2-amount-of-substance-higher-moles-limiting-reagent-12167323 For combined lessons - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-gcse-9-1-chemistry-unit-3-1-chemical-measurements-conservation-of-mass-equations-no-moles-12167318 Content split over 6 lessons (lessons in our school are 40 minutes so can condense material for longer lessons if required) All exam questions have been removed for copyright purposes All extension questions available on each slide Answers all underneath each slide Support also available where necessary AfL sections and mini quizzes Reducing the need for photocopying Homework Homework can also be used as extension sheets in lessons - or for higher ability students Lesson 1: Percentage yield To understand the difference between the actual yield and the theoretical yield To be able to calculate the percentage yield of a reaction from the actual yield and the theoretical yield To consolidate learning with questions Lesson 2: Atom economy To recall the atom economy of a reaction To make Magnesium sulphate in 3 different ways then work out which is the best (most economical!) To explain why a particular reaction pathway is chosen to produce a particular product, given data (H) Lesson 3 & 4: Concentration STARTER: To recap how to interconvert between cm3 and dm3 and to work out the concentration equation To recap how to calculate concentrations in g dm-3 (H) To be able to calculate concentrations in mol dm-3 (H) To understand how to interconvert between mol dm-3 and g dm-3 (H) Lesson5 & 6: Molar volume of gas To know how to define molar volume of gases at room temperature and pressure To be able to use the molar volume in calculations involving the masses of solids and volumes of gases To understand how to use Avogadro’s law to calculate volumes of gases involved in gaseous reactions.
AQA AS level Unit 1 Section 3 Bonding - Lesson 8+ 9 Forces between molecule (Hydrogen, van der, dipo
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AQA AS level Unit 1 Section 3 Bonding - Lesson 8+ 9 Forces between molecule (Hydrogen, van der, dipo

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AQA AS level Unit 1 Section 3 Bonding Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) Can be completed over 2 lessons Forces between molecules - van de Waals, H bonding and dipole-dipole LESSON 1 Objectives: To explain the effect of an electrostatically charged rod on different liquids To understand there are 3 types of intermolecular forces To explain how melting points are influenced by these intermolecular forces LESSON 2 Objectives: To know what is needed for hydrogen bonding to occur To know how hydrogen bonding affects boiling points To explain how hydrogen bonding affects other properties ENJOY!!! Please rate and comment in order to further improve
Edexcel CC9a CC9b Calculations involving masses REVISION MAT/SHEET answers PAPER 1 PAPER 2 TOPIC 1
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Edexcel CC9a CC9b Calculations involving masses REVISION MAT/SHEET answers PAPER 1 PAPER 2 TOPIC 1

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Edexcel CC9b PART 1-3 Calculations involving masses for the new 9-1 GCSE TOPIC 1 KEY CONCEPTS OF CHEMISTRY PAPER 1 and PAPER 2- NEW for SEPTEMBER 2017 REVISION MAT USED FOR REVISION OF CC9a and CC9b (Moles not included in this mat) ANSWERS ADDED FOR THE TEACHER COPY All extension questions available on each slide Answers all underneath each slide Support also available where necessary AfL sections and mini quizzes Reducing the need for photocopying Main topics include: - Balancing equations - How do you calculate masses of reactants and products from balanced equations given the mass of 1 substance - conservation of mass in non-enclosed and closed systems - How does the law of conservation of mass explain why magnesium increases mass when it is burned and how copper carbonate reduces its mass when thermal decompostion occurs -What is concentration? -Concentration of solution - converting between cm3 and dm3 All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used) Enjoy !!!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS
KS3 Unit 7A Biology - Human organs and their functions (Lesson 7Ab: Organs)
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KS3 Unit 7A Biology - Human organs and their functions (Lesson 7Ab: Organs)

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KS3 Unit 7A Biology - Tissues, Cells and Organs Aimed for High-Middle ability Year 7 but can be adapted for low/middle ability if required Lesson 7Aa: Organs Part 1 Lesson 1 - Human organs and their functions Objectives: To correctly use the term organ To be able to identify several human organs To understand how to describe the functions of major human organs ll extension questions available on each slide Answers all underneath each slide Support also available where necessary AfL sections and mini quizzes Reducing the need for photocopying Enjoy !!!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used)