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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.
Investigating solubility of sugar
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Investigating solubility of sugar

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A practical investigation looking at the solubility of sugar. Simple practical involving identification of variables, data collection and practical analysis questions at the end. Could be fit into an hour lesson or perhaps a double lesson depending on how long you give students to collect data. Simple to resource - no unusual bits of kit needed.
Chromatography GCSE Chemistry
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Chromatography GCSE Chemistry

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Chromatography lesson suitable for GCSE Chemistry. Can be used in conjunction with the Pearson Edexcel Combined Science book ( if your school has them), but not essential.
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 melting and boiling point theory extra help
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Edexcel melting and boiling point theory extra help

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A lesson for lower attaining pupils to help them predict states of matter given melting and boiling points for different substances. The main activity involves students deciding whether certain substances will be solid liquid or gas on the different planets of the solar system. This could be a desk-bound actovity or you could print the imahes of the planets and their average temperatures and students could circulate the room to complete the activity. Suitable for mid-low attaining GCSE group or a sparky KS3 group.
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 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.
Rock Salt separation for KS3 or KS4
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Rock Salt separation for KS3 or KS4

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Practical lesson where students can plan to find out which sample has the highest % of salt in a selection of 3 samples. Set as a challenge will require planning by students. Both basic and advanced methods given if they reach a dead end. Would be suitable for an extended lesson “100 minutes” or two singles.
Edexcel GCSE intro to atomic structure Gd 1-5
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Edexcel GCSE intro to atomic structure Gd 1-5

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An intro into atomic structure for a low attaining to middle ability group. Includes video links and specific questions and print outs. The relevant part of your textbook will be needed to help students with the answers. Includes some sheets you can print out to help scaffold learners.
Atomic Structure Edexcel GCSE Science/Chemistry
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Atomic Structure Edexcel GCSE Science/Chemistry

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Lesson on the basics of atomic structure and nomenclature. Can be adapted for all levels. Lesson includes… Starter discussion Atomic structure - key facts Recap task Explaining why atoms are neutral How to interpret mass and atomic number Application task Summary slide Spec Ref: 1.2,1.3,1.4, 1.7, 1.8
Edexcel GCSE solubility lesson Gd 1-4
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Edexcel GCSE solubility lesson Gd 1-4

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Simple introduction to solubility with a suggested practical for students to carry out. Includes starter discussion, simple practical method and analysis questions at the end.
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)