There are 6 worksheets, 6 homework tasks, and an examination-style assessment test, each with answers included in this unit.
* These topics contain content suitable for separate Chemistry students only.
Each topic is designed for teaching over roughly 1-2 lessons.
This unit focuses on some of the numerical aspects of chemistry in terms of the ability to calculate amounts of products and reactants based on chemical reactions. It is a key skill that students must possess, in that it provides an extra layer of understanding and appreciation of chemical reactions. Each topic is presented so that new numerical ideas have an opportunity to settle into place before they are further developed and applied. There is ample time devoted to worked examples – giving students the chance to think and practice – with questions on each slide to deepen students’ understanding and learning. The unit brings to life a topic that many students find challenging, using meaningful and imaginative examples, that illustrate beautifully how chemistry can be interpreted quantitatively.
The complete series covers the AQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry 8462 and combined science (Trilogy) 8464 specifications for Chemistry. Content relating to the separate Chemistry specification or Higher level material is indicated throughout for easy identification.
What's included in the toolkit?
The GCSE units have been written to satisfy the specification for the separate Chemistry 8462 and Trilogy 8464 specification for the new AQA 9-1GCSEs. Each unit contains:
PowerPoint slides for each topic
Detailed lesson plans
Learning objectives and outcomes
Worksheets and homework activities with answers
End-of-unit, exam-style assessment test with answers
Other material and links to online resources
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