This is a simple powerpoint giving names and formulae of ions. Knowledge of these can provide a key to understanding chemistry at GCSE and A level. Print these off, laminate them, and display in a prominent position in a lab.
This is a simple worksheet about writing word equations for neutralisation reactions. It covers 2 pages.
There are plenty of examples, which get harder as you go on. There is an accompanying powerpoint, as an additional download…
Useful as a starter round the board. Drag the models next to the correct name. If it is correct it will stick, if not it won't. This tests understanding of functional groups and different types of molecular model. Double click on the FuncDragAndDrop.html file, and you're there
Make things move
A simple animation of paper chromatography of food dyes… however, unlike the real practical, no streaking occurs, so students can get a feel for what should happen, not what actually does happen.
This is a simple powerpoint presentation outlining how to write word equations for neutralisation reactions. It has plenty of examples and problems. It is allied to my worksheet of the same name, with the same problems for students to try. The answers are at the end of the presentation, for students to mark their own work.
Simply drag the configurations to the correct box, if it is correct it will stick and you will receive praise, if not it will invite you to try again. Open in a flash-enabled browser or windows media player, and maximise the window. I am working on a version for html5.
Useful for reinforcing the basis of the periodic table.