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I am an A-level chemistry teacher and I provide the content delivery for A-level lessons. Presentations and booklets that complement them. There are no worksheets with questions included because I feel the market is already saturated with these, head over to scisheets.co.uk for some excellent sets of questions!

I am an A-level chemistry teacher and I provide the content delivery for A-level lessons. Presentations and booklets that complement them. There are no worksheets with questions included because I feel the market is already saturated with these, head over to scisheets.co.uk for some excellent sets of questions!
Amino acids, proteins and DNA (AQA A-level - 3.3.13)
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Amino acids, proteins and DNA (AQA A-level - 3.3.13)

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A full content resource for AQA A-level chemistry topic 3.3.13 - Amino acids, proteins and DNA. This PowerPoint and student workbook covers: General formula and properties of amino acids; Formation of peptides and proteins; Primary, secondary and tertiary structure of proteins; Enzyme action and inhibitors; DNA structure
Alkanes - Production, properties and reactions (A-level Chemistry Year 1)
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Alkanes - Production, properties and reactions (A-level Chemistry Year 1)

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A series of lessons to cover Alkanes for A-level Chemistry year 1. Designed for AQA A-level chemistry 3.3.2 however can be used with other examination boards. Covers: Fractional distillation Physical properties Cracking Combustion Halogenation The resource consists of a student handout with gaps to fill in and a presentation that can be completed on the board to prompt students. This resource would be expected to take 2-3 lessons with other activities and questions to re-enforce the understanding.
Shells Red Balls - Combustion of alkanes, gas laws, greenhouse effect
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Shells Red Balls - Combustion of alkanes, gas laws, greenhouse effect

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A full lesson activity to recap combustion of hydrocarbons, ideal gas laws and the greenhouse effect. This is ideal for A-Level chemistry immediately following the unit on alkanes. Students should be handed the worksheet as the enter and given the opportunity to complete the first side. This should be reviewing combustion, ideal gas laws and moles calculations. During this display the first slide for students to think about once they have completed the first set of questions. Discuss what information would be needed to do the calculations (height of bridge etc…) on the 3rd slide it has this information and students can be allowed to complete the calculations. Discussion of carbon capture and storage can follow if time.
Introduction to Organic Chemistry - Naming and Isomerism (A-level Chemistry Year 1)
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Introduction to Organic Chemistry - Naming and Isomerism (A-level Chemistry Year 1)

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A series of lessons to introduce organic chemistry for A-level Chemistry year 1. Designed for AQA A-level chemistry 3.3.1 however can be used with other examination boards. Covers: Introduction Naming Isomerism (E/Z and structural) The resource consists of a student handout with gaps to fill in and a presentation that can be completed on the board to prompt students. This resource would be expected to take 3-4 lessons with other activities and questions to re-enforce the understanding.
AS/A-Level Organic Chemistry - Alcohols
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AS/A-Level Organic Chemistry - Alcohols

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A full content resource for AQA A-level chemistry topic 3.3.5 - Alcohols. This PowerPoint and student workbook covers: Naming alcohols and classification of alcohols as primary, secondary and tertiary; Production of alcohols from fermentation and hydration of ethene; Combustion of alcohols; Oxidation of alcohols; Elimination of alcohols to form alkenes. The workbook and presentation are designed to work together with the pages matching the slides.