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KS3/GCSE Biology Food groups/Food tests/Enzymes table

KS3/GCSE Biology Food groups/Food tests/Enzymes table

Large table to fill in which covers the food groups, what they are for and what foods they are present in; their test and results for it; where they are broken down, by what and into what products. Perfect for revision towards the end of KS3 or to use in KS4 Biology. Feel free to remove the first letters of the nutrients (they were hints for my own class)
jeroenvanos
AQA GCSE Biology Unit 2 (Organisation) Complete Power Points

AQA GCSE Biology Unit 2 (Organisation) Complete Power Points

This power point contains an entire scheme of work for AQA unit 2. My previous GCSE packs were tailored to Edexcel - this is AQA specific - however there is a little cross-over between the 2 and I have reused previous lessons where appropriate - just tweaked it to fit the AQA spec. Again some worksheets are downloaded from Kaboodle so I don't have the rights to include them + exam practice questions are from exam pro, however where I have made my own they are included. I've also included my guide to the numbering, which includes lesson titles + prac info.
Sigyn
Reproduction Task Cards

Reproduction Task Cards

A set of 32 task cards designed for students to independently, or in groups, review reproduction in humans Includes multiple choice questions on the following themes; 1. Structure of sperm cells 2. Structure of egg [ova] cells 3. Structure of female reproductive organs 4. Structure of male reproductive organs 5. Fertilisation 6. Gestation Included in this kit: - 32 task cards focusing on different aspects of reproduction. - Student solution sheet on which to record answers. - Teacher answer key. There are 4 cards on each sheet [8 sheets in total]. They can be printed in greyscale or color [single or double sided]. Save paper and time by laminating the cards and keeping them as class sets. Provide each student with a blank solution grid for writing the answer to the problem stated on each card. Great as a group extension or consolidation activity or for early finishers. Illustrations by: Teacher’s Clipart [http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/TeachersClipart] Ron Leishman Toon Clipart [http://toonclips.com/] Digital Toonage [https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ron-Leishman-Digital-Toonage]
BunyipBlues
OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Musculo-skeletal neural System

OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Musculo-skeletal neural System

Ten PowerPoint presentations and activities covering the below spec content for the OCR A'Level HSC Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology musculo-skeletal body system:- joint structure: • synovial membrane • synovial fluid • cartilage muscle • tendon • ligament types of joint: • ball and socket • hinge • pivot • sliding/gliding • fixed brain: • cerebral hemispheres • cerebellum • pituitary gland • medulla • corpus callosum neural system: • spinal cord • sensory nerve • motor nerve • neuron • myelin sheath neuron: • axon • axon terminals • dendrites • cell nucleus • myelin sheath The functions of the musculo-skeletal and neural systems: Skeletal = support, movement, protection, Brain/nervous system = co-ordination, balance, memory, cognitive thought, emotions Dysfunction: multiple sclerosis (MS) possible causes:  genetic  geographic location and vitamin D deficiency  lifestyle  infection auto-immune Diagnostic techniques:  lumbar puncture technique and spinal fluid analysis  MRI to eliminate similar conditions  evoked visual and muscle response  blood tests Treatment: - symptom management as there’s no cure o common medications joint replacement o cannaboids o steroids o physiotherapy or rest o future possibilities using stem cells lifestyle changes
asiddons
OCR A-level Biology Module 6.3 (Manipulating Genomes) REVISION

OCR A-level Biology Module 6.3 (Manipulating Genomes) REVISION

An engaging lesson presentation (43 slides) that uses exam questions, quick tasks and competitions to enable students to assess their understanding of the topics within module 6.3. All of the exam questions have displayed mark schemes and explanations so that students can recognise any errors or misconceptions. Competition rounds included in this lesson are "From numbers 2 letters" and "Is this SEQUENCED correctly".
GJHeducation
Ask Mr Universe: Why is the Ocean Salty?

Ask Mr Universe: Why is the Ocean Salty?

This is a guide that goes along with the fun website Ask Mr. Universe. I just love this site, because it addresses questions sent in by young students and then answers them in good detail. The questions are so cute! Kids love reading the response from Mr. Universe! The website link for the page is embedded in the title page, for quick access. The product is a PDF (2 pages) and the web article (1-2 pages generally) is also included as a pdf for easy printing. I make many guides for Ask Mr. Univserse, so please check my store for more. ☀☀☀ PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR NEW PRODUCT UPDATES ☀☀☀
sasrozmaka
Ask Mr Universe: Why do we have Feelings?

Ask Mr Universe: Why do we have Feelings?

This is a guide that goes along with the fun website Ask Mr. Universe. I just love this site, because it addresses questions sent in by young students and then answers them in good detail. The questions are so cute! Kids love reading the response from Mr. Universe! The website link for the page is embedded in the title page, for quick access. The product is a PDF (2 pages) and the web article (1-2 pages generally) is also included as a pdf for easy printing. I make many guides for Ask Mr. Univserse, so please check my store for more. ☀☀☀ PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR NEW PRODUCT UPDATES ☀☀☀
sasrozmaka
Edexcel CB7 Revision Worksheet

Edexcel CB7 Revision Worksheet

Revision worksheet covering content from the Edexcel science GCSE (9-1) CB7 topic. Includes content from: - CB7a Hormones - CB7b Hormonal Control of Metabolic Rate - CB7c The Menstrual Cycle - CB7d Hormones and the Menstrual Cycle - CB7e Control of Blood Glucose - CB7f Type 2 Diabetes Intended to be printed as a double sided A3 worksheet. All the learning outcomes for the topic are on the reverse side of the worksheet.
fosterpaul
New AQA B5.2 (New Biology GCSE spec 4.5 - exams 2018) – Structure and function of the nervous system

New AQA B5.2 (New Biology GCSE spec 4.5 - exams 2018) – Structure and function of the nervous system

New AQA B5.2 (New Biology GCSE spec 4.5 - exams 2018) – Structure and function of the human nervous system (to be completed over 2 lessons) Includes required practical 7 - plan and carry out an investigation into the effect of a factor on human reaction time. AQA B5 (New GCSE Spec – Unit 4.5 – Homeostasis and response) Lesson: B5.2 – Structure and function of the human nervous system (to be completed over 2 lessons) Specification points covered = 4.5.2.1 - Structure and function Required practical 7 - plan and carry out an investigation into the effect of a factor on human reaction time A fully resourced lesson about the structure and function of the human nervous system to be used when teaching the new physics specification GCSE of AQA B5 (Paper 2, Topic 1 - Homeostasis and response). Fully resourced with differentiated tasks and activities shown on power point slides. Any questions/tasks set for students have peer or self-assessment slides available with answers showing
gstephenson84