Year 11 Chemistry Holiday Course

An entire module in 5 days

Gain an in-depth understanding

Don’t just know the theory but know why and how. Gain a thorough knowledge of all syllabus dot points and outcomes for each module.

 

 

Get ahead in the holidays

Develop problem solving skills

Stay ahead of your peers. Be equipped with the skills to solve new, unfamiliar and challenging scientific theories and models. Every time.

No more guesswork

Boost your confidence

Be confident knowing you’ll be taught by the most experienced teachers and time-tested resources.

 

Year 11 Chemistry Holiday Course students receive

Comprehensive Theory Book

Exam-Style Workbook

Daily Chemistry Quizzes

One-to-One Tutorials (Workshops)

End of Term Topic Test

Exclusive Online Resources

Year 11 Chemistry Holiday Program

Learn an entire module in 5 days

 

Module 1

Properties and Structures of Matter

 

 

Module 1

Properties and Structures of Matter

or

Module 2

Introduction to Quantitative Chemistry

Module 2

Introduction to Quantitative Chemistry

or

Module 3

Reactive Chemistry

Module 3

Reactive Chemistry

or

Module 4

Drivers of Reactions

Year 11 Chemistry Holiday Course Details

Revise or Get ahead with our 5-Day Holiday Course.

 

September

Module 1: Properties and Structures of Matter

Lesson 1: Atomic Structure and Advanced Atomic Structure

Lesson 2: Elements and The Periodic Table and Nuclear Chemistry

Lesson 3: Chemical Bonding 1 & 2

Lesson 4: Structures and Properties 1 & 2

Lesson 5: Revision and Topic Test

January

Module 1: Properties and Structures of Matter

Lesson 1: Atomic Structure and Advanced Atomic Structure

Lesson 2: Elements and The Periodic Table and Nuclear Chemistry

Lesson 3: Chemical Bonding 1 & 2

Lesson 4: Structures and Properties 1 & 2

Lesson 5: Revision and Topic Test

Module 2: Introduction to Quantitative Chemistry

Lesson 1: Molecular shape, polarity and intermolecular forces.

Lesson 2: Physical properties of molecules, and balancing equations.

Lesson 3: Moles and mole calculations.

Lesson 4: Concentration and gas laws.

Lesson 5: Revision and In-Class Topic Test.

April

Module 2: Introduction to Quantitative Chemistry

Lesson 1: Molecular shape, polarity and intermolecular forces.

Lesson 2: Physical properties of molecules, and balancing equations.

Lesson 3: Moles and mole calculations.

Lesson 4: Concentration and gas laws.

Lesson 5: Revision and In-Class Topic Test.

Module 3: Reactive Chemistry

Lesson 1: Periodicity, Chemical Reactions, Metal Activity and Ionic Equations

Lesson 2: Mole Calculations, Percentage Composition and Limiting Reagent Calculations

Lesson 3: Oxidation, Reduction and Galvanic Cells

Lesson 4: Cell Potential and Rate of Reaction

Lesson 5: Revision & In-Class Topic Test

 

July

Module 3: Reactive Chemistry

Lesson 1: Periodicity, Chemical Reactions, Metal Activity and Ionic Equations

Lesson 2: Mole Calculations, Percentage Composition and Limiting Reagent Calculations

Lesson 3: Oxidation, Reduction and Galvanic Cells

Lesson 4: Cell Potential and Rate of Reaction

Lesson 5: Revision & In-Class Topic Test

Module 4: Drivers of Reactions

Lesson 1: Energy Changes in Reactions and Calorimetry

Lesson 2: Enthalpy, Hess’s Law and Bond Energies

Lesson 3: Entropy and Gibbs Free Energy

Lesson 4: Review of Module 1 & 2

Lesson 5: Review of Module 3

3 Hour Lesson Breakdown

5 daily lessons in the school holidays

 

5 mins

Introduction

Overview of lesson

Objectives and outcomes of each lesson are explained.

80 mins

Theory Lesson Part 1

Gain in-depth knowledge and understanding

Teachers explain key Chemistry concepts which are reinforced by completing exam-style questions.

10 mins

Break

80 min

Theory Lesson Part 2

Gain in-depth knowledge and understanding

Teachers explain key Chemistry concepts which are reinforced by completing exam-style questions.

15 mins

Review

Q&A

Ask questions to clarify your understanding.

Year 11 Chemistry Holiday Timetable

Town Hall

Module 1: Properties and Structures of Matter

14 January – 18 January

1:30PM – 4:30PM

Module 2: Introduction to Quantitative Chemistry

21 January – 25 January

1:30PM – 4:30PM

 

Strathfield

Module 1: Properties and Structures of Matter

14 January – 18 January

1:30PM – 4:30PM

Module 2: Introduction to Quantitative Chemistry

21 January – 25 January

1:30PM – 4:30PM

 

Our Year 11 Chemistry Course Pricing

$40.50

per Hour

x

3 hrs

per Lesson

x

5 lessons

per Course


=

$607.50

per Course (inc. GST)

What you'll get

  • Classes taught by experienced inspirational teachers

  • 5 engaging theory lessons over 5 days

  • 200+ pages of theory content for each module designed for an in-depth understanding of key Chemistry concepts

  • 100+ pages of practice and exam-style questions

  • One-to-One tutorials (Workshops) that addresses individual learning needs

  • Additional online resources including practice papers and solutions

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