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A shop dedicated to Chemistry resources for GCSE and A Level - my GCSE resources are based around the Edexcel exam board.

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A shop dedicated to Chemistry resources for GCSE and A Level - my GCSE resources are based around the Edexcel exam board.
Edexcel Metallic bonding IT lesson
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Edexcel Metallic bonding IT lesson

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Straightforward research lesson focused on metallic bonding - includes 3 levels of challenge. Get that computer room booked! It should fill an hour lesson by the time they have all logged on.
Electrolysis of water - GCSE Chemistry
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Electrolysis of water - GCSE Chemistry

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A theory lesson on the electrolysis of water. Contains video links and some good visuals to explain the concept. Starter and plenary activities also included. Give it a go - it’ll save you 2 hours of planning!
Edexcel Catalysts - demo and theory lesson
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Edexcel Catalysts - demo and theory lesson

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Lesson all about catalysts. The standard demos e.g elephant toothpaste and the relevant theory linked to catalysts. Also includes video links to relevant videos and tasks linked to the Pearson Edexcel combined science book text book if you have it.
Edexcel recycling metals CC11d
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Edexcel recycling metals CC11d

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Straightforward lesson for foundation tier - multiple links to relevant online videos and some tasks linked to the Pearson textbook. Short and sweet!
Explaining properties of ionic compounds
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Explaining properties of ionic compounds

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A lesson focused on the properties of ionic compounds and explanation of those properties. Includes a starter activity and excercises linked to Pearson combined textbook (if you have them) and an Active Learn sheet (if you subscribe to it).
Edexcel GCSE Atomic History - Gd 5-9
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Edexcel GCSE Atomic History - Gd 5-9

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A lesson covering how the “Bohr” model used at GCSE was developed. Looking at the progress through Dalton, J J Thomson, Rutherford and Niels Bohr. Includes links to relevant videos. Specific questions are also included. A textbook or revision guide would be a good accessory to this lesson. Designed for a 50 or 60 minute lesson.
Interpreting Chemical Formula
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Interpreting Chemical Formula

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A resource that would be useful for higher achieving KS3 students or as a reminder about formulas at the beginning of GCSE Combined Science or Chemistry Main presentation includes 2 activities that can be printed or copied from the board. Also a word doc which has some more challenging questions. Both the power point and the word document can be easily amended to suit your class. Lesson length 50 minutes
Edexcel GCSE solubility lesson Gd 4-6
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Edexcel GCSE solubility lesson Gd 4-6

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An intro lesson into solubility including a starter, practical, results sheet and analysis questions to finish off the practical. Lesson suitable for a 50-60 minute lesson. Aimed at grades 4-6 - but could be adapted up or down to suit a different class. Suitable for GCSE Chemistry or GCSE Combined Science (Chemistry)
Edexcel allotropes of carbon - diamond and graphite
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Edexcel allotropes of carbon - diamond and graphite

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Lesson including - starter main task and plenary. Main task links to the Pearson textbook for combined science . Also includes video links Lesson is aimed at foundation tier Lesson content… Describe what a giant covalent structure is State what an allotrope is State some uses for diamond and graphite Describe the properties of diamond, graphite, Explain why diamond and carbon have these properties using correct scientific language.
Edexcel Phase Change Chemistry Lesson - Extra Help
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Edexcel Phase Change Chemistry Lesson - Extra Help

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This lesson is designed for a low ability class to guide them through a simple lesson looking at monitoring temperature drop through a phase change. The practical is based on melting Stearic acid and collecting the results as it cools and reaches its freezing point. Pure stearic acid should show a “flatlined” plot during the cooling curve to show that it is a “pure substance”
Edexcel CC16f Cracking Hydrocarbons Gd 5-9
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Edexcel CC16f Cracking Hydrocarbons Gd 5-9

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A cracking lesson about cracking for a mid to high set.Some activities linked to the Pearson Combined textbook if you have it but could be adapted to whatever you have. Starter, theory and summary qs all included.
Edexcel structure and bonding revision higher
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Edexcel structure and bonding revision higher

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A great little review lesson for this topic. Helpful if you have the standard combined science textbook for one of the tasks. Includes starter. main tasks and plenary. State the 4 bonding model types Describe their properties Explain their properties Deduce unknown substances from their data Evaluate the pro’s and cons of the way the models are represented
Edexcel revision quiz for bonding and structure
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Edexcel revision quiz for bonding and structure

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Bonding and structure quick fire quizsheet/ revision checklist. Covering the main themes in bonding and structure - print out and off they go! Textbook/revision guide or internet access could be provided if they need more support. Great for independent revision. Covers - Ionic bonding Ionic Lattices Simple Molecules Allotropes of carbon Metallic bonding