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Author of 'The Quick Guide to Classroom Management: 45 Secrets That All High School Teachers Need to Know' which is available at https://www.amazon.com/dp/1798536722/ Currently teaching IBDP and IGCSE Chemistry at an international school in Bangkok, Thailand. I'm originally from North Wales in the UK.

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Author of 'The Quick Guide to Classroom Management: 45 Secrets That All High School Teachers Need to Know' which is available at https://www.amazon.com/dp/1798536722/ Currently teaching IBDP and IGCSE Chemistry at an international school in Bangkok, Thailand. I'm originally from North Wales in the UK.
Atomic Structure Crossword Puzzle (With Answers)
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Atomic Structure Crossword Puzzle (With Answers)

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This is a really fun crossword puzzle and is the perfect quick starter or plenary to any GCSE level atomic structure lesson. The puzzle includes answers and covers the following key words: Ion Isotopes Neutron Negatively Mass number Atomic number Electron Proton Nucleus The file is a PowerPoint, so the puzzle can be easily printed or even projected on your interactive whiteboard for students to fill in. Since it is out of ten marks, you can quickly determine a percentage score for each student too.
'AS' - Chemistry: Balancing Redox Equations Worksheet (With Answers)
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'AS' - Chemistry: Balancing Redox Equations Worksheet (With Answers)

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This worksheet provides ten questions that help the students to practice their skills in balancing redox equations by adjusting coefficients and by adding OH-, H20, and H+ where necessary. This worksheet is suitable for 'AS' - Level and IB Diploma Chemistry students. Syllabus reference: "Write ionic half-equations and use them to construct full ionic equations." (Edexcel 'AS' - Level Chemistry Specification, First Examinations 2014). Full answers are provided in this package. This is a perfect resource to use as a quick starter, plenary or homework. I have included both the pdf and docx files in this package. All images used have no attribution (they have been self-created or obtained from www.pixabay.com) '
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry MEGA WORKBOOK
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry MEGA WORKBOOK

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This is basically a big collection of worksheets that covers the entire content from a typical IGCSE Edexcel Chemistry first year class (i.e. Year 10 in the British system). This workbook has massive crossover with other IGCSE Chemistry and GCSE chemistry syllabuses. Guaranteed to: Save you planning time Provide meaningful material for homework or classwork Can be set in sequence as separate assignments or could even be printed out in entirety and given to students at the start of the academic year. Topics covered: Particle Theory Density, pressure and diffusion Changes of state (solids, liquids and gases) Cooling curves Mixtures Separating mixtures (chromatography, distillation, filtration and crystallization) Atomic structure (including isotopes, RAM, electronic configurations. relative isotopic mass, relative molecular mass, relative formula mass and molar mass) Writing and balancing equations Molar calculations (including The Mole, Empirical Formula, Molecular Formula, Reacting Mass Calculations, Percentage Yield Ionic bonding Covalent bonding (including ‘dot and cross’ diagrams and ‘giant’ structures) Metallic bonding Electrolysis (solutions and molten compounds) The periodic table (groups and periods) Group 1 Group 7 Oxygen chemistry Carbon dioxide chemistry Hydrogen chemistry Reactivity series (including ‘galvanising’ and ‘sacrificial protection’ Extraction of metals Crude oil The only disadvantages of this resource are: It’s a big word document so might need a little tidying-up prior to printing There’s no answers with it yet (but I’m working on that)
The Periodic Table Worksheet (With Answers)
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The Periodic Table Worksheet (With Answers)

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A fun, clear, comprehensive and varied worksheet that works well as starter, plenary or as a chunk of the main body of lesson. Suitable for GCSE or IGCSE Chemistry, Science (Double Award) or Science (Single Award), this resource covers: 1.The meaning of 'group number' and how this relates to reactivity trends 2. How 'group number' relates to outer shell electrons 3. Names of groups in the periodic table 4. Similarities in reactivity between elements 5. Differences between elements and compounds Comes complete with answers. Great for peer or self-assessment. Included in this pack are both the word doc (which you can edit) and pdf versions.
Biology: Advanced Cells Quiz
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Biology: Advanced Cells Quiz

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This is a fun MCQ and fill in the blanks quiz about cells, which is suitable for advanced learners (e.g. 'A' - Level or IB Diploma students). This quiz should save you a lot of time, and is the the perfect starter or plenary to an advanced-level cell biology lesson. The quiz covers the following key words and phrases: Cell membrane Cytoplasm Endoplasmic reticulum Golgi bodies (you can change this to 'Golgi apparatus', if you wish) Mitochondria Nucleus Ribosomes Organelles Enzymes Proteins Lysosomes Vacuole Nucleolus Nuclear membranes
Active Engagement: A Quick Guide for Teachers
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Active Engagement: A Quick Guide for Teachers

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This is the second chapter in my book: The Quick Guide to Classroom Management. This chapter covers: 1. The features present in all outstanding lessons 2. How to keep your students on-task through effective starter activities and games 3. How to make your students subtly aware of the learning outcomes, so that maximum memory retention takes place 4. How to enhance learning by using your physiology This resource is guaranteed to help you make your lessons more stimulating
Electron Shells Crossword Puzzle (Complete with Answers)
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Electron Shells Crossword Puzzle (Complete with Answers)

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This is an awesome crossword puzzle that would serve as an excellent starter, plenary or in-lesson activity for any periodic table and electron shells class. This crossword tests students’ knowledge of: Order of filling of electrons Position of elements in the periodic table Electronic configurations of type 2,8,2 (s,p and d orbitals are not covered) This is a lot of fun and my students loved it. The kids will literally have to hunt through a periodic table to find answers to clues such as: This element has an electronic configuration of 2,7 This element has an electronic configuration of 2,8,5 The first three periods of the periodic table are tested. In this pack you get a PPTX (which you can edit), a pdf version and a png of the puzzle itself (in case you want to project it on your interactive whiteboard for students to fill in).
Molecules and covalent networks presentation
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Molecules and covalent networks presentation

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A powerpoint presentation all about the differences between small covalent molecules and giant covalent network structures. Suitable for 'A' - level or high ability GCSE classes. Can be used effectively as a handout. Students particulary enjoy the part about the allotropes of carbon
Periodic Table Crossword Puzzle (With Answers)
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Periodic Table Crossword Puzzle (With Answers)

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This is a fun (and moderately challenging) crossword puzzle that would serve as an excellent starter, plenary or in-lesson activity for any periodic table class. This crossword tests students knowledge of: Group number Names of groups (e.g. The 'Halogens' are the group 7 elements) Symbols (e.g. Ca is the symbol for calcium) Properties (e.g. Potassium has similar properties to sodium because it is in the same group) This is a lot of fun and my students loved it. If your kids have never learnt anything about the periodic table before, then you could provide the students with a periodic table to help them as they do the puzzle. In this pack you get a PPTX (which you can edit), a pdf version and a png of the puzzle itself (in case you want to project it on your interactive whiteboard for students to fill in).
Electrolysis Revision/Review Puzzle (with answers)
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Electrolysis Revision/Review Puzzle (with answers)

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This fun and dynamic resource is perfect for IGCSE, GCSE and MYP Chemistry students. It covers all of the essential vocabulary of electrolysis including: Anode Cathode Anion Cation Electrode Electrolyte REDCAT (Reduction at the cathode) OILRIG (Oxidation is loss, reduction is gain) PANCake (Positive Anode, Negative Cathode) You can use this fun activity as a starter, plenary or 'breaker' within the lesson. In this pack you get a pptx, pdf and a png file of the puzzle itself.
Products from Crude Oil Crossword Puzzle (With Answers)
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Products from Crude Oil Crossword Puzzle (With Answers)

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This is a fun (and challenging) crossword puzzle that would serve as an excellent starter, plenary or in-lesson activity for any products from crude oil class. This crossword tests students’ knowledge of: Fractional Distillation What oil is and how it is formed The different fractions obtained from crude oil Alkanes and cracking This is a lot of fun and my students loved it. If your kids have never learnt anything about the products of crude oil before then you could provide the students with a summary to help them as they do the puzzle. In this pack you get a PPTX (which you can edit), a pdf version and a png of the puzzle itself (in case you want to project it on your interactive whiteboard for students to fill in).
Isotopes Worksheet
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Isotopes Worksheet

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A basic worksheet for high ability GCSE classes and introductory 'A' -level classes all about isotopes. Students have to fill in the number of protons and neutrons for different isotopes.
Chemistry: Hess's Law PowerPoint
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Chemistry: Hess's Law PowerPoint

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This is a really clear PowerPoint that shows students how to use Hess's Law to solve problems. Includes a number of examples to help students see Hess's Law being used effectively. Printable and fully editable, this PowerPoint is suitable for advanced chemistry classes (e.g. 'A' - Level and IB Diploma)