This lesson is designed for the NEW AQA Trilogy Biology GCSE, particularly the 'Organisation' SoW.
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This lesson begins by pupils given a bit of information about the tissues which make up the lining of the stomach. They will need to read this information in pairs and then answer questions in their book, once completed the pupils can self or peer-assess their work using the answers provided on the next slide.
Pupils will then be introduced to the digestive system, it's role and the organs involved with this system. They should be able to remember some information from previous lessons on organ systems (see 'Principles of organisation' in my shop!).
Now, pupils must read through another card of information in pairs and complete tasks on the board, these tasks will require pupils to label a diagram of a human body to show the locations of the major organ systems and also describe the function of these organs.
The next task is a video which pupils will watch and answer questions, list of questions is provided as a worksheet. Pupils will then self-assess their work using the answers provided after the video has finished.
The final activity is an exam-style question, pupils will answer this on the sheet and then mark their work using the mark scheme.
The plenary task is a word search challenge, there are 10 words associated with digestion in the word search. Pupils will race to complete against each other to complete the word search. You can award a prize if you have any :)
All resources are included at the end of the presentation.
Thanks for looking, if you have any questions please let me know in the comments section and any feedback would be appreciated :)