Hi All, I currently teach A level chemistry and have year 12 (AS) and Year 13 (A2) timetabled for 5 hours per week in the same class. I therefore need to teach AS and A2 chemistry simultaneously with 5 hours curriculum time total. Also due to COVID the classes cannot do practical currently. Naturally I am finding it incredibly difficult to deliver AS and A2 content at the same time and to plan effective lessons. I'm wondering if any experienced chemistry teachers have any ideas of how I could plan lessons and sequence the curriculum to ensure the students make the best progress possible. Or if you know of any very good resources that students could use (i.e. self teaching) while I teach the other half of the class via direct instruction. Imagine if your AS and A2 classes were combined into one. What would you do?