Chemical Reactions and Physical Changes

Chemical Reactions and Physical Changes

PPT presentation, plenary workcard and practical work card included Written for KS3 Chemistry: Chemical reactions however this is easily adaptable Lesson to teach pupils the differences between chemical reactions and physical changes via: 1. Discussion exercises leading to the definition of a chemical reaction 2. Teacher led instruction introducing the criteria for a chemical reaction 3. Discussion exercises about whether ice melting is a reaction, leading to the differences between reactions and physical changes 4. Six quick experiments that allow pupils to see the differences between reactions and physical changes Chemicals required for practicals: Copper carbonate Zinc oxide Chalk and dilute acid (HCl) Sodium chloride Copper sulfate Cobalt chloride Sodium carbonate Teachers are advised to risk assess and practice any experiments in advance. Bundle of 3 lessons including atoms, elements and compounds lessons can be found at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/elements-compounds-and-chemical-reactions-11829556 If used please provide feedback to direct future resources. Thanks More resources available in my tes shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/schoolsciences Twitter: @schoolsciences1 All materials copyright SchoolSciences 2018-present
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Elements, Compounds and Chemical Reactions

Elements, Compounds and Chemical Reactions

3 lesson bundle containing 3 popular resources 1. Atoms, elements, compounds and mixtures 2. Naming and formula of compounds 3. Chemical reactions and physical changes Each lesson contains an interactive PowerPoint and worksheets See individual lesson for more details All lessons have been developed for my classes and successfully used. I'm sure you'll find the same. If used please provide feedback to direct future resources. Thanks More resources available in my tes shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/schoolsciences and Teachers Pay Teachers store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/School-Sciences Twitter: @schoolsciences1 All materials copyright SchoolSciences 2018-present
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Naming and Formula of Compounds ages 11-14

Naming and Formula of Compounds ages 11-14

Lesson for naming compounds & working out the number and type of atoms in compounds Complete lesson with interactive PowerPoint that contains teacher led worked examples and then pupil exercises that are completed using their worksheet and periodic table (provided). I've used this successfully with pupils and found them to be engaged throughout. I'm sure you'll find the same. I would advise using mini whiteboards throughout to assess learning. Can be used as a stand alone lesson or as part two of a series teaching pupils about elements, compounds, mixtures and the periodic table Part 1 found at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/atom-elements-compounds-and-mixtures-11-14-11825038 Bundle of 3 lessons including one extra lesson can be found https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/elements-compounds-and-chemical-reactions-11829556 If used please provide feedback to direct future resources. Thanks More resources available in my tes shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/schoolsciences and Teachers Pay Teachers store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/School-Sciences Twitter: @schoolsciences1 All materials copyright SchoolSciences 2018-present
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Elements, Compounds and Chemical Reactions

Elements, Compounds and Chemical Reactions

3 lesson bundle containing 3 popular resources 1. Atoms, elements, compounds and mixtures 2. Naming and formula of compounds 3. Chemical reactions and physical changes Each lesson contains an interactive PowerPoint and worksheets See individual lesson for more details All lessons have been developed for my classes and successfully used. I'm sure you'll find the same. If used please provide feedback to direct future resources. Thanks More resources available in my tes shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/schoolsciences and Teachers Pay Teachers store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/School-Sciences Twitter: @schoolsciences1 All materials copyright SchoolSciences 2018-present
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Atom, elements, compounds & mixtures 11-14

Atom, elements, compounds & mixtures 11-14

Complete lesson including PPT, worksheet and experiment for the teaching of simple atomic model (Dalton) and the differences between elements, compounds & mixtures via: Teacher led discussions Pupil led exercises Interactive activities involving mini –whiteboard Practical to make iron sulfide (external link to method and safety included) Worksheet to test understanding with three different tasks Please check the comments within the PPT for additional teaching instructions. As with all my resources I've used this myself and in my experience this is a successful, engaging and enjoyable lesson for my pupils - I'm sure you'll find the same. The practical instructions can be found at http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00000713/iron-and-sulfur-reaction?cmpid=CMP00005161 Part 1 of a series of lesson on elements, compounds, periodic table. Part 2 can be found at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/naming-and-formula-of-compounds-ages-11-14-11829474 Bundle of 3 lessons including one extra lesson can be found https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/elements-compounds-and-chemical-reactions-11829556 ***teachers are advised to risk assess and practice any experiments in advance*** If used please provide feedback to direct future resources. Thanks More resources available in my tes shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/schoolsciences Twitter: @schoolsciences1 All materials copyright SchoolSciences 2018-present
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Chemical Formula and Equations - Pupil Workbook + PPT

Chemical Formula and Equations - Pupil Workbook + PPT

24 pg. workbook for pupils from writing formula through to balanced equations. Approx. 6-8 hours of material Also includes teacher answer booklet and PPT for balancing equations The booklet is aimed at 14-16 aged pupils but has been used successfully with younger pupils. Starting with formula of elements & diatomic elements pupils are shown how to complete formula for covalent molecules, ionic compounds, ionic compounds with transition metal, ionic compounds with polyatomic ions and ionic formula Having gone through this part 2 of the booklet deal with work equations, formula equations and then balanced equations. Throughout are learning intentions, worked examples with diagrams where appropriate and dozens of pupil questions. Also included are metacognitive activities and exam style questions. All images are in the puplic domain or are my own. More resources available at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/classroomhelper Twitter: @schoolscience1
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Atoms & the Periodic Table:  Quiz, Quiz, Trade

Atoms & the Periodic Table: Quiz, Quiz, Trade

A tried and tested Quiz, Quiz, Trade activity to get pupils up and engaging with each other whilst revising atoms and the Periodic Table. I've used this and previous versions dozens of times over the years and it's always been received positively. Includes 30 question Quiz, Quiz, Trade activity for student aged 14-16 or high ability 11-14 Topics: Subatomic particles Periodic Table Electron arrangement Isotopes Mass number RAM I play this for about 10-15 minutes until the students have answered all the questions. Or I get them to select three songs on youtube and they play for the length of these songs (probably best to know the songs yourself to watch for bad language!). Let me know how you get on! If used please provide feedback to direct future resources. Thanks More resources available in my store https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/School-Sciences and tes shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/schoolsciences Twitter: @schoolsciences1 All materials copyright SchoolSciences 2018-present
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Higher Chemistry Unit 1 Key Areas 1-3 Workbook

Higher Chemistry Unit 1 Key Areas 1-3 Workbook

Complete Scottish Higher Chemistry Unit 1 pupil workbook and equipment list for practicals. Easily adaptable for GCSE/A-level chemistry Includes Rate of reaction Collision theory Periodic table trends Structure and Bonding Core content with questions throughout Meta-cognitive activities Past paper style questions Experiment details NOTE: teachers are expected to risk assess and practice all experiments in advance of use.
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Equilibrium  - pupils aged 14-16

Equilibrium - pupils aged 14-16

3 lessons of material for GCSE aged pupils inc. PPT, 18 pg pupil workbook, practical instructions Includes: Teacher led explanation using the PPT 18 page pupil workbook Demonstrations allowing pupils to visualise equilibrium Pupil discussions exercises including mini whiteboard activities Practical experiments (see information below about required chemicals) Exam style questions Learning Intentions: Understand what is meant by dynamic reversible reaction and closed system Define dynamic equilibrium in terms of rate and concentration of chemicals Be able to explain what is meant by the position of equilibrium State the factors that can affect the position of equilibrium Be able to predict what will happen to the position of equilibrium when these factors are changed Materials required for experiments are standard chemistry stock - kit list and method are provided (methods in the pupil booklet) Note: teachers are expected to risk assess and practice the experiments beforehand.
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Light - refraction (age 11-14)

Light - refraction (age 11-14)

KS3 Level light lesson on refraction Lesson designed to teach pupils refraction via: 1) Pupil led discussion (think, pair, share mini-whiteboard activity) 2) Teacher led explanations 3) Pupil led experiment investigating refraction using ray boxes and Perspex blocks 4) Higher order thinking plenary and extension activities ***To compete the experiment you will needs Ray boxes, protractors and perspex/glass blocks Learning Intentions: 1) Describe and investigate what happens to the direction of light as it passes from one material to another 2) Define refraction 3) Be able to define and measure the angle of incidence and refraction
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Chemical Reactions - word equations

Chemical Reactions - word equations

PPT written to teach pupils what a word equations is, what reactants and products are and how to write a word equation. Includes definitions, examples and pupil exercises. A simple, effective lesson that I've used with many classes. Let me know how you get on! If used please provide feedback to direct future resources. Thanks More resources available in my tes shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/schoolsciences and Teachers Pay Teachers store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/School-Sciences Twitter: @schoolsciences1 All materials copyright SchoolSciences 2018-present
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Rate Determining Step

Rate Determining Step

This PPT is to be used specifically for Advanced Higher (Scotland) however can be used to teach the RDS for England, NI & Wales if slightly adapted. Questions are from SQA past papers. If used please provide a quick review to help direct other resources. Thanks
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Forces - Gravity, weight & Mass

Forces - Gravity, weight & Mass

Lesson 6/6: PPT to be used to teach gravity, weight and mass. Includes pupil questions, examples, definitions and videos showing weightlessness and walking on the Moon (click on green text). Includes calculations of weight on Earth, the Moon and Jupiter. If used please provide feedback to direct future resources. Thanks. Links to other lessons in the series below
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Balanced Formula Equations

Balanced Formula Equations

Lesson designed to teach balanced formula equations Activities: 1. Teacher led explanation as to why equations need to be balanced 2. Teacher led worked examples 3. Pupil led activities 4. Examples of unbalanced equations for pupils to complete Pupils will require knowledge of how to write formula including those with polyatomic ions (i.e. Mg(OH)2). More resources available at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/classroomhelper Twitter: @schoolscience1
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KS3 Physics - Pressure

KS3 Physics - Pressure

Lesson designed for teaching KS3 Physics pressure and how to calculate pressure ***Free version was a "TES Pick" resource and received 5* reviews*** Lesson to teach pupils the concept of pressure and how to calculate it via: 1. Pupil led discussion exercises 2. Teacher led explanation 3. Calculation worked examples 4. Calculation exercises 5. Practical calculating pressure of classroom objects Learning Intentions: 1. Be able to explain what is meant by pressure and how to change pressure 2. Explain the differences in pressure that objects exert on surfaces 3. Be able to calculate pressure stating the units
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Chemistry Mole Calculations: Volumes of Gases & Concentration of Solutions

Chemistry Mole Calculations: Volumes of Gases & Concentration of Solutions

Part 2/3 of Mole calculations ***free version has 17 reviews with an average of 4.4*** Lesson to teach pupils mole calculations involving volumes of gases and concentrations of solutions via: 1. Teacher led explanation of concepts 2.Teacher led worked examples of calculations 3. Pupil exercises (mini whiteboard use encouraged) 4. Worksheet Learning Intentions: Be able to calculate: 1. volumes of gases from moles and vice versa 2. concentrations of solutions from moles and vice versa 3. mass of solutes from concentrations & volumes and vice versa
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Chemistry Mole Calculations - Relative Formula Mass, Avogadro's No. and Mole to Mass Calculations

Chemistry Mole Calculations - Relative Formula Mass, Avogadro's No. and Mole to Mass Calculations

Chemistry – mole calculations (part 1 of 3) Designed for GCSE Chemistry however this is easily adapted Lesson to teach pupils (i) Relative formula mass (ii) Avogadro’s number (iii) mole calculations of masses via: Teacher led explanation of concepts Teacher led step by step worked examples of calculations Pupil exercises (mini whiteboard use encouraged) Learning Intentions: 1. Explain what is meant by and be able to calculate the relative formula mass of compounds 2. Be able to explain what is meant by a mole in terms of Avogadro’s number 3. Be able to calculate masses from moles and vice versa
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Entropy, Spontaneous Reactions and Gibb's Free Energy

Entropy, Spontaneous Reactions and Gibb's Free Energy

PPT to teach pupils about spontaneous reactions, entropy, Gibbs free energy. Including definitions and how to calculate them. Teaching Activities: Discussion exercises Practice calculations with worked examples Multiple choice and extended answer exam questions
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Chemical Reactions and Physical Changes

Chemical Reactions and Physical Changes

PPT presentation, plenary workcard and practical work card included Written for KS3 Chemistry: Chemical reactions however this is easily adaptable Lesson to teach pupils the differences between chemical reactions and physical changes via: 1. Discussion exercises leading to the definition of a chemical reaction 2. Teacher led instruction introducing the criteria for a chemical reaction 3. Discussion exercises about whether ice melting is a reaction, leading to the differences between reactions and physical changes 4. Six quick experiments that allow pupils to see the differences between reactions and physical changes Chemicals required for practicals: Copper carbonate Zinc oxide Chalk and dilute acid (HCl) Sodium chloride Copper sulfate Cobalt chloride Sodium carbonate Teachers are advised to risk assess and practice any experiments in advance. Bundle of 3 lessons including atoms, elements and compounds lessons can be found at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/elements-compounds-and-chemical-reactions-11829556 If used please provide feedback to direct future resources. Thanks More resources available in my tes shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/schoolsciences Twitter: @schoolsciences1 All materials copyright SchoolSciences 2018-present
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Chemical Reactions - what is a chemical reaction?

Chemical Reactions - what is a chemical reaction?

Lesson 1/7 in a series of lessons on chemical reactions. PPT written to teach pupils the evidence to look for in deciding if something is a chemical reaction. Includes discussion exercises 'what is a chemical reactions?', 'can you give examples of chemical reactions?', practical involving three experiments for the pupils to undertake and assessment exercise at the end. If used please provide feedback to direct future resources. Thanks.
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Electrochemistry

Electrochemistry

PPT to be used for the teaching of Advanced Higher Chemistry. Provides examples, definitions and past paper questions. If used please provide feedback to direct future resources. Thanks
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