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GCSE AQA Biology Diffusion and Exchange

GCSE AQA Biology Diffusion and Exchange

This video covers the GCSE Science/Biology 9-1 topic of Diffusion and discusses how the rates of diffusion can become faster in organisms. It includes examples of exchange systems in multicellular organisms. Please subscribe for more Revision videos.
DrResource
Tissue fluid formation AQA Biology A level

Tissue fluid formation AQA Biology A level

A lesson, with all resources included, on tissue fluid. Covers differences in composition of blood, lymph and tissue fluid, how the tissue fluid is formed and returned to the circulatory system. Used for AQA Biology A level, but may be useful for other boards. Exam question included.
zuba102
Haemoglobin, oxygen dissociation and Bohr effect

Haemoglobin, oxygen dissociation and Bohr effect

Lesson resources for teaching the following A level topics (used for AQA, but may also be useful for OCR). Haemoglobin structure Oxygen dissociation curves, including foetal haemoglobon, lugworm and llama examples Bohr effect Includes all resources, including lots of assessment opportunities in the form of exam questions.
zuba102
(I)GCSE Photosynthesis Formative Assessment Task

(I)GCSE Photosynthesis Formative Assessment Task

A formative assessment task which can take 2 lessons or be set as a homework. I set this before the end of topic test to allow students time to clarify the ideas behind the unit. Students can use their text books and tablets but the work must be explained in their own words. I have included the criteria to include in the poster and the mark scheme which would be used to grade the work. This works well as a peer assessment as well as a teacher assessed task.
ALEVELBIOLOGYFORTHENEWTEACHER
(I)GCSE Photosynthesis Introduction

(I)GCSE Photosynthesis Introduction

A power point full lesson allowing students to understand the role of photosynthesis in producing glucose for energy storage. Student should be able to understand the process of photosynthesis and its importance in the conversion of light energy to chemical energy Write a word and balanced symbol equation for photosynthesis Describe adaptations of a leaf for efficient photosynthesis There is a six mark exam question and mark scheme for self/peer assessment.
ALEVELBIOLOGYFORTHENEWTEACHER
(I)GCSE Plant Transport - structure and function of xylem and phloem

(I)GCSE Plant Transport - structure and function of xylem and phloem

A PPT which introduces the role of both xylem and phloem. The first activity is a research activity (8 minutes) where students use resources available to determine characteristics and roles of phloem and xylem. The next 20 minutes is a circus of activities with microscope work (drawing xylem and phloem); observing dye in celery; dendrochronology (tree rings) and transpiration and translocation.
ALEVELBIOLOGYFORTHENEWTEACHER
GCSE AQA Biology - Cell Magnification maths skills

GCSE AQA Biology - Cell Magnification maths skills

This video covers the GCSE Science / Biology 9-1 topic of Cell Magnification. I cover the calculations, standard form and include example exam questions to show you how to improve your exam technique. Please subscribe to my Youtube channel for more revision videos.
DrResource
Osmosis Summary - 9-1 AQA GCSE

Osmosis Summary - 9-1 AQA GCSE

A summary of 9-1 AQA Biology Osmosis. Includes diagrams to illustrate the process, and has an explanation of the required practical for this topic (about concentrations). In a printable format - ideal to give to students at the end of a topic as a summary or when you return to revise a topic. More free science resources in similar format, all specific to AQA 9-1 GCSE, can be found at: . They cover all of the Biology topics.
mimi41
AQA GCSE SCIENCE (TRIPLE) - Biology Crosswords

AQA GCSE SCIENCE (TRIPLE) - Biology Crosswords

These crosswords are for student revision activities and include as clues, a list of key words and meanings for each of the Topics in the AQA Triple Biology specification as described in the approved Oxford text books. They are intended to be used to test pupils understanding. This could take place either during the relevant topic or as a homework at the end and is designed to complement other revision tools such as past paper questions
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