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Chemical reactions: Connected Learning Experience (CLE)

In this investigation, four different types of chemical reactions are performed one at a time. Students then test their understanding by performing six further reactions and for each one: predict the products, identify the type of reaction and write balanced word and symbol equations.

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VisChem topic 4: energy in chemical reactions

This web page contains a video and animations exploring the distribution of molecular kinetic energy in solid, liquid and gaseous water, as well as the changes in chemical energy during reactions. Four animations depict the reaction mechanisms and energy profiles involved in organic substitution reactions.

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Popcorn, pikelets and chemical reactions: Connected Learning Experience

In this Connected Learning Experience students explore important chemical reactions such as neutralisation and combustion and their application in our world. They students will review the signs that indicate a chemical reaction has taken place and then apply this knowledge to their investigations.

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Laptop Wrap: Chemical Equations

A page with a focus on completing and balancing chemical equations with supporting activities and links to resources.

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Science Years 5–6 with Mrs Carmeli: The Material World – How to make Slime

In this lesson, you will learn what happens when we combine different materials to make a new mixture or substance. Mrs Carmeli will show you some simple investigations, using different household ingredients, to determine which materials are best for making slime.

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Differences between Photosynthesis and Respiration

Students use this resource consisting of four slides with diagrams, written explanation and voice-over to understand the differences between photosynthesis and respiration. These are summarised in word equations. There is a two-question quiz and a summary slide.

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experiMENTALS: Relightable candle

This resource contains a materials and instruction list and brief explanation for students about the process of relighting a candle. This activity is most likely to be done as a teacher demonstration for safety and classroom management reasons, particularly at primary school level. Do this experiment to learn how a candle ...

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experiMENTALS: Bubble 07 diversion grenades

This resource contains a materials and instruction list and brief explanation for students about the process of carrying out a chemical reaction between bicarbonate of soda and vinegar.

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Reaction rates: Connected Learning Experience (CLE)

This CLE investigates factors which affect reaction rates by conducting experiments. Students will then use their knowledge and understanding of reaction rates to take on the role of a process chemist charged with controlling the time taken for a specific reaction to take place. This CLE provides teachers with five inquiry-based ...

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Why is the ozone hole bigger in the less polluted southern hemisphere?

This article provides an excellent model of a scientific explanation. It addresses the question "if the atmosphere in the northern hemisphere is much more polluted than it is in the southern hemisphere, why is there an ozone hole in the south and not in the north?"

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Reaction of Metals with Acid

Students use this resource consisting of four slides with diagrams, written explanation and voice-over to understand that metals react with acid to produce salt and hydrogen and find out how to test for hydrogen gas. The reactivity series of metals is demonstrated. There is a two-question quiz and a summary slide.

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Structures and Bonding

This simulation allows students to explore the chemical reactions between hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, nitrogen and chlorine. They can form water, carbon dioxide, hydrochloric acid, ammonia and methane. Word and chemical equations are provided. The diagrams distinguish single, double and triple bonds and shapes of molecules.

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All about hydrogen

This is a fact sheet providing information on how we produce hydrogen from fossil fuels and renewable energy sources. The uses of hydrogen are briefly discussed and information is provided about hydrogen fuel cells.

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Floating froth experiment

Find out how to use froth to separate minerals from unwanted rock. This is an activity sheet giving instructions for a simple experiment that demonstrates how froth flotation works. It includes a blank data table.

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DIY Lava Lamp

This resource contains lessons plans containing instructions and teachers' notes for an activity based on a chemical reaction that occurs when a soluble aspirin tablet dissolves and the fact that oil and water do not mix are used to create a model of a lava lamp. Students have fun while they learn about density of fluids. ...

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VisChem topic 10: reactions of carbon compounds

This web page contains animations showing reaction mechanisms for organic substitution, addition and elimination reactions. For most reactions there are two animations, one showing molecular models, and the other showing structural formulas with movement of electrons as bonds are rearranged.

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Respiration and Life Processes

This resource consists of 3 sets of automated illustrated slides with voice over presenting information about respiration as a life process and chemical reaction in all living cells. They describe the role of mitochondria in respiration.

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Digestion Part 3 (sk- Intel)

This brief resource consists of 4 sets of illustrated slides with voice over presenting information about the properties of enzymes and their role during digestion.

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Integrated gasification combined cycle

Find out how emissions from coal-burning can be reduced by turning the coal into syngas. This is a fact sheet describing methods of coal gasification, and how the resulting syngas can drive a combined cycle power generator. It lists the advantages of the technology, including lower emissions and increased efficiency, as ...

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Secondary science: models and simulations

These seven learning activities, which focus on 'models and simulations' using a variety of tools (software) and devices (hardware), illustrate the ways in which content, pedagogy and technology can be successfully and effectively integrated in order to promote learning. In the activities, teachers assist students to interpret, ...