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Biology Science Reading Article Bundle - Grade 5-7

Biology Science Reading Article Bundle - Grade 5-7

Product Description Biology Grade 5-7 Science Reading Article Bundle. Save 40% vs. purchasing each resource individually. This resource contains 5 reading comprehension articles for Grades 5-7 (ages 10-12) students as well as older kids with lower developed learning levels. Tackle literacy and science by having your students read and answer questions from a scientific article. Each article highlights and explains key concepts for students’ understanding at a level they can comprehend. Furthermore, each page defines important words or phrases for student reference. Lastly, each reading includes Reading Comprehension questions and answers that test students’ concept understanding (direct from the paper), thinking and connecting, along with optional Extension Questions that challenge students to perform additional work and research outside the paper. No prep, no formatting, no issues. Simply download, print (or upload to your class site), and you’re all set! These resources are fully editable for your convenience and includes: • Genetically Modified Organisms ��� Heart Attack and Stroke • Laser Eye Surgery • Making Food Using Fermentation • Mosquitoes and the Diseases They Spread NGSS: Elementary School 4 – LS1 – From Molecules to Organisms: Structures and Processes Middle School MS – LS1 - From Molecules to Organisms: Structures and Processes MS – LS2 - Ecosystems: Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics MS – LS4 - Biological Evolution: Unity and Diversity ------------------------------------------------ The Problem You Face - Not having the time to properly teach scientific literacy (disciplinary literacy) or improve your students reading comprehension and analysis skills. The Solution This fully editable, NO PREP reading comprehension article is composed of relevant, applicable and engaging reading activities which can be used to: • introduce your topic • improve your students reading comprehension and scientific literacy skills • improve your students' analysis skills • provide an extension activity to students who move at a faster pace • provide extra credit to students in need • measure your students literacy skills Furthermore, this resource works very well as an emergency substitute plan as it will keep your students on task and focused while you are away. This resource will take your students between 50-75 minutes to complete and includes some open-ended questions. An answer key is also included for your reference.
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A3 Summary Sheet on Muscles for OCR A2 Biology

A3 Summary Sheet on Muscles for OCR A2 Biology

An A3 summary sheet on muscles. Matched to OCR 2015 syllabus but easily adaptable for other exam boards. Includes detail on Muscle structure, sliding filament theory, and different types of muscle and their adaptations. designed to help students consolidate their knowledge and understanding.
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A3 Summary sheet of Blood and tissue Fluid OCR 2105

A3 Summary sheet of Blood and tissue Fluid OCR 2105

An A3 summary sheet on all aspects of Blood, O2, CO2 and Tissue fluid. Matched to the OCR 2015 Syllabus but easily adaptable for other exam boards. Includes a summary of the Bohr effect and oxygen dissociation curves. Designed to help students consolidate knowledge and understanding.
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A3 Summary sheet of The Krebs cycle and respiration

A3 Summary sheet of The Krebs cycle and respiration

An A3 summary sheet for students to complete on all aspects of Respiration and the Krebs cycle. Matched to OCR 2015 specification but easily adaptable for other exam boards. Allows students to learn all processes in respiration in a clear and concise way focusing on the flow of ATP through Glycolysis, Link reaction, Krebs and ECT as well as structural adaptations of mitochondria.
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Active Transport

Active Transport

New GCSE lesson on active transport for the AQA syllabus. Learning Objectives: Describe the process of active transport Explain when active transport is used Compare the similarities and differences between diffusion, osmosis and active transport
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EDEXCEL (Salters Nuffield) A-Level Biology Topic 7: Run for your life

EDEXCEL (Salters Nuffield) A-Level Biology Topic 7: Run for your life

This bundle of 12 lesson presentations and associated worksheets covers a lot of the content within Topic 7 (Run for your Life) of the Edexcel (Salters Nuffield) A-Level Biology specification. The lessons cover the following teaching content: The sliding filament theory The overall reaction of aerobic respiration Glycolysis in aerobic and anaerobic respiration The role of the Link Reaction and the Kreb's cycle Lactate and anaerobic respiration The cardiac cycle How heart rate is increased Structure of a muscle fibre Negative and positive feedback Homeostasis and thermoregulation All of the lessons are engaging and contain regular progress checks so that students can assess their understanding. It is estimated that these lessons should cover over 2 months worth of lessons.
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OCR A-Level Biology Unit 5.7: Respiration

OCR A-Level Biology Unit 5.7: Respiration

This bundle of 6 lesson presentations and associated worksheets covers a lot of the content with Unit 5.7 (Respiration) of the OCR A-Level Biology specification. The lessons cover the following teaching content: The need for cellular respiration Glycolysis The Link Reaction and the Kreb's cycle Anaerobic respiration in eukaryotes All of the lessons are engaging and contain regular progress checks so that students can assess their understanding. It is estimated that these lessons should cover about 2-3 weeks worth of lessons.
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Guide Lines for Core Practical 11 - Investigating the Light Dependent Stage of PS - Activity 5.5

Guide Lines for Core Practical 11 - Investigating the Light Dependent Stage of PS - Activity 5.5

This is a guideline to help students write up their report and teachers to create the perfect answer key. It contains the following: 1. Basic information on photosynthesis and on Hills reaction 2. Planning and Experimental Design 3. Health and Safety 4. Make a plan 5. Perform the experiment 6. Analysis and interpretation of data 7. Conclusion and evaluation 8. Write the report! 9. Sample of Data (Analysis and Explanations) 10. Answers to questions given by Pearson regarding the practical. Enjoy
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An introduction to RESPIRATION - A-Level

An introduction to RESPIRATION - A-Level

An engaging lesson presentation (32 slides) that looks at the key substances involved in respiration so that students can understand how they are all linked when they begin to look at the stages of respiration. The lesson begins by ensuring that students can accurately define this process and recognise that at this level, energy must be referred to as ATP. Moving forwards, time is taken to explain about the difference between the gross and net yield of ATP. Students are also introduced to the coenzymes, NAD and FAD, which play a major role by accepting hydrogen atoms. There are progress checks throughout so that students can assess their understanding and quick competitions to maintain engagement and motivation. This lesson has been designed for A-level students
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Anaerobic respiration (in eukaryotes)

Anaerobic respiration (in eukaryotes)

A detailed lesson presentation (37 slides) and associated differentiated worksheets that explores the different metabolic pathways that eukaryotic organisms use in the absence in oxygen. This lesson uses step-by-step guides to go through both the lactate and ethanol fermentation pathways. There is a focus throughout on the key terminology such as dehydrogenation. Students are constantly challenged to make links between topics and use their previous knowledge of glycolysis to show how the coenzymes are reoxidised to ultimately allow this stage to continue. There are progress checks throughout so that students can assess their understanding. This lesson has been designed for A-level students
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Protein structure and function

Protein structure and function

A full presentation for OCR biology on protein structure and protein function Gives detail on primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary structures with lots of examples. Included long answer essay-style assessment to consolidate knowledge and understanding complete with a model answer.
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