IGCSE Biology 9-1 - 5a Food Production

IGCSE Biology 9-1 - 5a Food Production

New Edexcel IGCSE 9-1 4BI1 syllabus for 2017 first examined in 2019 This is a PowerPoint presentation for the topic - Section 5a Food Production Crop plants 5.1 describe how glasshouses and polythene tunnels can be used to increase the yield of certain crops 5.2 understand the effects on crop yield of increased carbon dioxide and increased temperature in glasshouses 5.3 understand how the use of fertiliser can increase crop yield 5.4 understand the reasons for pest control and the advantages and disadvantages of using pesticides and biological control with crop plants Micro-organisms 5.5 understand the role of yeast in the production of food including bread 5.6 practical: investigate the role of anaerobic respiration by yeast in different conditions 5.7 understand the role of bacteria (Lactobacillus) in the production of yoghurt 5.8 understand the use of an industrial fermenter and explain the need to provide suitable conditions in the fermenter, including aseptic precautions, nutrients, optimum temperature and pH, oxygenation and agitation, for the growth of microorganisms Fish farming 5.9B understand the methods used to farm large numbers of fish to provide a source of protein, including maintaining water quality, controlling intraspecific and interspecific predation, controlling disease, removing waste products, controlling the quality and frequency of feeding, and selective breeding The file is fully editable, has plenty of original diagrams and animations along with true false concept check questions at the end of the presentation and an exam style question. More resources available from www.mrexham.com
mrexham
KS3 Unit 7A Biology- Organs (7A life 7B organs 7C microscope 7D plant 7E transplant)

KS3 Unit 7A Biology- Organs (7A life 7B organs 7C microscope 7D plant 7E transplant)

KS3 Unit 7A Biology - Tissues, Cells and Organs Aimed for high and low ability Year 7 but can be adapted and slides can be hidden - all information is below each slide Lesson 7Aa: Life processes Lesson 1: Objectives: To correctly use the term organism To be able to describe the life processes To identify ways in which an organism shows each life process Lesson 7Ab: ORGANS Lesson 2: Objectives: To correctly use the term organ To be able to identify several human organs To understand how to describe the functions of major human organs Lesson 3: Objectives: To be able to identify several plant organs To understand the functions of several plant organs To describe what happens in photosynthesis Lesson 7Ac: Tissues Lesson 4: Objectives: To find the learning targets using a microscope To label the parts of a microscope To use a microscope to magnify cells Lesson 5: Objectives: To follow instructions to carry out an experiment using a microscope To identify mistakes in the use of an apparatus To calculate the total microscope magnification using a formula 7Ad: Cells Lesson 6+7 : Objectives: Can be split over 2 To be able to draw a plant and animal cell To understand the functions of different parts of the cells To consolidate learning with questions Lesson 7Ae: Organ systems Lesson 8: Objectives: To be able to understand the term organ system To state the functions of several organ systems To identify and recall the main organs in each system LEsson 9: Objectives: To be able to identify the main parts in the plant water transport system To give examples on when organ transplants are needed To compare the advantages and disadvantages of transplants ll extension questions available on each slide Answers all underneath each slide Support also available where necessary AfL sections and mini quizzes Reducing the need for photocopying Enjoy !!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used)
rainy_violet
Decomposers

Decomposers

A fully-resourced lesson which looks at how decomposers are involved with the process of decay. The lesson includes an engaging and detailed lesson presentation (31 slides) and an associated differentiated worksheets. The lesson begins by displaying the definitions for decomposers and detritivores and challenging students to use their bingo cards to see if they can work out the words which are being described. Students will learn how these two types of organisms work together to break down matter. Moving forwards, a worked example is used to guide students through how to calculate the rate of decay from a range of different data types. Students will be challenged to act like a travel agent for decomposers to come up with the different conditions that they require. Finally, they have to bring all of the new-found knowledge together to answer a range of summary questions. These questions are differentiated two ways so that differing abilities can access the work. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson to allow the students to check on their understanding. This lesson has been written for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds in the UK)
GJHeducation
Anaerobic respiration - GCSE

Anaerobic respiration - GCSE

A fully- resourced lesson which looks at the chemical reaction that is anaerobic respiration and ensures that students can understand why this form of respiration can only be used for short periods of time. The lesson includes an engaging lesson presentation (39 slides), a newspaper article and application questions. The lesson begins by challenging the students to recall information about aerobic respiration to recognise that the sole reactant of anaerobic respiration is glucose. A newspaper article about two atheletes from the 10000m race has been written to challenge the students to recognise why one of the athletes wouldnt be able to compete again in the near future whilst the other could. As a result, students will be introduced to lactic acid and will learn how this poisonous substance prevents muscle contraction and causes cramps. Time is taken to ensure that students are familiar with ATP and specifically that they recognise that a much lower yield is produced in this type of respiration. A perfect opportunity is taken to get the students to carry out a mathematical calculation to compare the yields. Oxygen debt is discussed and related back to the original newspaper article. Finally, anaerobic respiration in plants and yeast is considered in terms of fermentation and the word and symbol equation is written so that it can be compared to those from animals. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson to allow the students to check on their understanding. The lesson has been written for GCSE students but could be used with higher ability KS3 students or A-level students who want a recap before covering the topic in greater detail on their course.
GJHeducation
Aerobic respiration - GCSE

Aerobic respiration - GCSE

A resourced lesson which looks at the chemical reaction that is aerobic respiration and ensures that students can apply their knowledge to application questions which challenge them to make links to related topics. The lesson includes an engaging lesson presentation (27 slides) and an associated worksheet containing questions. The lesson begins by challenging the students to recognise a definition for breathing and a definition for respiration. This is aimed at helping them to understand that these are different processes as this is a common misconception made by students. Moving forwards, key details about aerobic respiration are introduced to the students through a range of tasks which include competitions to maintain engagement. Time is taken to ensure that students become familiar with ATP and understand that this is the energy store which will be broken down to release energy for the activities that occur in a living organism. The remainder of the lesson challenges the students to take their new found knowledge of aerobic respiration and apply it to range of unfamiliar situations such as explaining why a root hair cell would have such a large number of mitochondria. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson to allow the students to check on their understanding. As always, the lesson finishes with a slide containing advanced terminology so that students who have aspirations to take A-level Biology can extend and deepen their knowledge
GJHeducation
Edexcel iGCSE Biology Triple & Double Award Revision Mindmaps

Edexcel iGCSE Biology Triple & Double Award Revision Mindmaps

Mindmaps for pupils to fill in covering all of Edexcel iGCSE Triple Award and Double Award Biology. Based on the NEW iGCSE Specification triple and double award revision diagrams (for exams from 2019). Each slide is a separate mind map, to be printed A3 size ideally: Section 1: The nature and variety of living organisms a) Characteristics of living organisms and b) Variety of living organisms Section 2: Structures and functions in living organisms a) Levels of organisation b) Cell structure Section 2: Structures and function in living organisms c) Biological molecules Section 2: Structures and function in living organisms d) Movement of substance into and out of cells Section 2: Structures and function in living organisms e) Nutrition - Flowering plants and g) Gas exchange Section 2: Structures and function in living organisms e) Nutrition - Humans Section 2: Structures and function in living organisms e) Nutrition - Humans (2) Section 2: Structures and function in living organisms f) Respiration and g) Gas exchange in humans Section 2: Structures and function in living organisms h) Transport and Transport in flowering plants Section 2: Structures and function in living organisms h) Transport in humans Section 2: Structures and function in living organisms h) Transport in humans (2) Section 2: Structures and function in living organisms i) Excretion in flowering plants and humans Section 2: Structures and function in living organisms j) Co-ordination and response - flowering plants and humans Section 2: Structures and function in living organisms j) Co-ordination and response - humans continued Section 3a: Reproduction and 3a: flowering plants reproduction Section 3a: 3a: flowering plants reproduction (2) Section 3a: Human reproduction Section 3a: Human reproduction (2) Section 3a: Human reproduction (3) Section 3b: Inheritance Section 3b: Inheritance (2) Section 4: Ecology and the environment a) The organism in the environment and b) Feeding relationships Section 4: Ecology and the environment c) Cycles within ecosystems Section 4: Ecology and the environment d) Human influences on the environment Section 5: Uses of biological resources a) Food production Section 5: Uses of biological resources b) Selective breeding and c) Genetic modification Section 5: Uses of biological resources d) Cloning Also includes required 2 pages of practical summary sheets. PDF versions as well in case of formatting issues.
Jb582
4.3 Communicable Diseases - NEW AQA Trilogy (Biology) Revision with Answers

4.3 Communicable Diseases - NEW AQA Trilogy (Biology) Revision with Answers

A revision mat for the new AQA Biology specification (foundation). This revision mat includes, diagrams, exam questions (graphs) and lots of different style questions using the AQA specification. Includes Answers. Topics include: Pathogens Transmission Viruses Bacteria Fungi Protists Students have commented saying that this resource has helped them with their understanding of the new AQA specification and have given them confidence.
cal-w11
B2 Keeping Healthy Exam Style Questions

B2 Keeping Healthy Exam Style Questions

Exam Style Questions for the below modules: Antibiotics and Aseptic Technique Communicable Disease Defense Against Microbes Monoclonal Antibodies Non-communicable Disease Preventing Transmission 5 Word Documents with multiple pages of relevant exam questions, perfect for independent study, revision, revision lessons and tutor revision sessions.
AnnabelJames1982
B1 You and Your Genes Exam Style Questions with Mark Scheme

B1 You and Your Genes Exam Style Questions with Mark Scheme

Exam Style Questions for the following modules: From 1 mark questions to 6 mark questions. Alleles and Crosses Alleles and Crosses Mark Scheme Genes to Proteins Genes to Proteins Mark Scheme Cell Magnification Genetic Modification Genetic Testing Using Vectors 6 Word Documents including multiple pages each, with the PDF mark schemes. Can be used for revision lessons, homework, revision tutor periods or independent study work.
AnnabelJames1982
AQA TRILOGY TRACKER SPREADSHEET

AQA TRILOGY TRACKER SPREADSHEET

A spreadsheet I have been working on to track scores and show progress after end of topic tests and mock exams. I have also included a required practical tracking sheet. In the main spreadsheet, raw end of topic test scores are entered to generate a gcse grade. The look up tables that calculate these grades are editable and in a separate tab on the spreadsheet, they happen to be set up to fit our in house tests that are all standardised out of 25 marks, but can be altered with ease by editing the raw score values. There is also space to record mock scores for biol chem and physics too. These have thier own look up table to add scores into once we know more on boundaries this summer, (the current figures used are purely to test the spreadhseet works). The main spreadhseet on the second tab can be copied and pasted into numerous extra tabs, depending on the number of your classes. Conditional formatting has been used so that once a classes target grades are added to the sheet, progress in relation to target can be colour coded. I haven’t used this live with classes yet, and intend to make a Y11 version and a purely triple version.
b-duck
Revision for the topic infection and response

Revision for the topic infection and response

This is for the specification AQA combined science- aimed for bottom set groups. Some slides are taken from other resources- but the activities are created by me to support bottom set learners to help with recall. This is an independent activity. Starter: Keywords match up Main task: use the information sheets to answer the questions Plenary: Exam questions
safiyah123
AQA Combined Biology Required practicals

AQA Combined Biology Required practicals

This resource is for AQA 9-1 Combined Trilogy Biology. It is an entire pack for the required practicals, containing methods, graph skills, case studies, practice questions & exam application. You may wish to use alternative methods to those in here, however these cover the spec. I have included the ‘mark scheme’ i have put together but it is very much in draft format, but still suitable for use.
Killelay
Protozoan Mid-life crisis-Funny Cartoon

Protozoan Mid-life crisis-Funny Cartoon

A colourful and humorous cartoon depicting two protozoa with a speech bubble and a caption beneath. Perfect for engaging pupils adding a bit of humour to presentations and worksheets that relate to single celled organisms���
mitch64
Friendly Bacteria Of The Gut-Funny Cartoon

Friendly Bacteria Of The Gut-Funny Cartoon

A colourful and humorous cartoon depicting friendly bacteria of the gut. Perfect for engaging pupils adding a bit of humour to presentations and worksheets that relate to micro-organisms or digestion.
mitch64
Binary Fission-Funny Bacteria Dividing Cartoon

Binary Fission-Funny Bacteria Dividing Cartoon

A colourful and humorous cartoon depicting a bacteria dividing with a speech bubble caption. Perfect for engaging pupils adding a bit of humour to presentations and worksheets that relate to micro-organisms.
mitch64
Biology Worksheet: The Microscope

Biology Worksheet: The Microscope

A visually appealing and clearly laid out worksheet on the parts of the microscope and their function. Perfect for both KS3 and GCSE students when learning about cell biology. There is a separate answer sheet provided additionally.
beckystoke
New GCSE - Paper 1 biology overview quiz

New GCSE - Paper 1 biology overview quiz

The quiz is a great revision resource to promote students’ confidence prior to sitting the exam. The activity is suitable for both year 10 and year 11. It can be used as a classroom activity or an extended day
ls6372
New GCSE - Biology paper 1 maths skills

New GCSE - Biology paper 1 maths skills

This resource covers key maths skills for Biology paper 1. This resource is suitable for both combined and separate science. The activity works well in the classroom, as a homework or during extended days. It is suitable for year 10 and year 11
ls6372
John Snow and Cholera

John Snow and Cholera

Lesson looking at the work John Snow did and specifically against the cholera outbreak in London. Differentiated questions throughout and all youtube links working at the time of upload. Carried out this lesson after plating petri dishes, hence why the first few slides are looking at the results! Learning Objectives: Describe the way John Snow treated a cholera outbreak Explain the problems John Snow had
ls6372
New GCSE - Biology paper 1 Flashcards

New GCSE - Biology paper 1 Flashcards

These flashcards are based on fact recall for Biology paper 1. They are aimed at combined science students, but easily adapted for separate science students. They are a great activity for class, homework or extended days. Relevant for both year 10 and year 11 students.
ls6372
AQA Biology Essay Revision

AQA Biology Essay Revision

Resource tailored specifically for the final AQA Biology exam - providing students with topic guides on what could be tested from each of the 8 topics studied. Well worth revising for!
prettypink4121
AQA A Level Biology Practical Guide

AQA A Level Biology Practical Guide

AQA A Level Biology Practical Guide provides a full package of all the controlled practical assessment with tested results, graphs and questions for practice. The extra question provide extra support for exam as practical questions are asked throughout the exam embedded into questions thus students must know them!
prettypink4121
Questions Project

Questions Project

This resource is for all in education, from KS1-5 and even at university level, it makes a project out of question making. It is fun, accessible and has great impact. It includes a ready to use generic template, structured stages and prompts. The differentiation opportunities are vast, these can be either by outcome or role allocation (e.g. captains will develop their leadership skills and may be the more able in the group). As stated at the start, it is linked to all levels and types of curricula, standards and specifications. My tip is just to try it out! This resource was prepared by Class Monitor, a secondary school science teacher and senior leader with two decades of experience in education. Class monitor has worked across three countries, has a post graduate qualification in PSHE qualification and an MA in education, find out more and get more ore resources at www.classmonitor.co.uk.
ClassMonitor
OCR GCSE Biology (9-1) B4 Separate Science and Combined Science Flash Cards

OCR GCSE Biology (9-1) B4 Separate Science and Combined Science Flash Cards

Over 40 flash cards with questions and answers. Questions have been made based on common questions students get wrong and include maths questions. Questions for separate science students have been highlighted in red so these could be removed for combined science students. These flash cards could be given to students after they have completed topic two or saved for when hard core revision begins! Alternatively, I made the flash cards on PPT as I often copy one of the slides over and have my students complete the questions on it as a settler in order to interleave content. The slides have been made in PPT and are fully editable. Print using the ‘Print on both sides. Print on long edge’ option under print settings. My other flash cards have been recommended by TES! Check them out too! Please leave a review with any comments or suggestions:)
tsb118
OCR GCSE Biology (9-1)  B4 Flashcards for combined science students

OCR GCSE Biology (9-1) B4 Flashcards for combined science students

30 flash cards with questions and answers. Questions have been made based on common questions students get wrong and include maths questions. These flash cards could be given to students after they have completed topic two or saved for when hard core revision begins! Alternatively, I made the flash cards on PPT as I often copy one of the slides over and have my students complete the questions on it as a settler in order to interleave content. The slides have been made in PPT and are fully editable. Print using the ‘Print on both sides. Print on long edge’ option under print settings. My other flash cards have been recommended by TES! Check them out too! Please leave a review with any comments or suggestions:)
tsb118
Biology revision Venn diagrams

Biology revision Venn diagrams

This resource was designed with AQA Trilogy in mind. Answer slides included. Best used for in class revision or consolidation of information.
jtranah
Biology Paper 1 revision - SOLO Hexagons

Biology Paper 1 revision - SOLO Hexagons

Topic consolidation and/or revision activity sheets. Cut out, rearrange, stick onto A3 sheet, add diagrams and/or annotations to justify your arrangement. Written with AQA Trilogy Biology paper 1 in mind.
jtranah
Biology revision mindmaps

Biology revision mindmaps

These are my mindmaps for the AQA Biology GCSE specification . I did it for myself when the new spec. 9-1 levels came out. It was my way of identifying how this spec. was structured. It can also be used for the Biology section of Trilogy, although the numbers may not match, the headings will. If a section is in higher tier only it is labelled with (H) and if it is only on the Biology and not the Trilogy it is labelled with (B). Although I did this primarily for myself, some of my colleagues are also using them and when I left my folder open on the desk I found students asking me for copies. I do not claim that they would suit everyone but if you have that sort of need for a complete overview, in a non-linear format, it might suit you. I have some students using them as tick lists, others highlighting the sections they want to cover for revision. I have even offered them at the start of a topic to certain students. Some would be frightened off by them, so you have to be selective. Each mindmap also contains the keywords and their definitions that now need to be learned in the relevant section. Individual mindmaps are available at £4 each.There is also a free resource that is a summary of the whole Biology specification.
jtranah
NEW GCSE AQA Science Required Practical Booklets 9-1

NEW GCSE AQA Science Required Practical Booklets 9-1

These student friendly handbooks are for the NEW AQA (9-1) Chemistry GCSE . These follow a similar layout and pattern I have used for the free revision and paid revision mats from my shop. All required practicals from each science has 2 booklets for each exam for AQA. Samples of the booklets can be found using the following link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/sample-new-aqa-science-required-practical-handbook-9-1-11945258 These include a how to guide for each practical, practical information and questions regarding the methods and techniques used in each practical. There is also graph paper included in this booklet. References for the ‘working scientifically’, ‘mathematical skills’ and ‘apparatus and techniques’ requirements for each practical. Biology: Paper 1 booklet: Microscopy Microbiology (Biology) Osmosis Food Tests Enzymes Photosynthesis Paper 2 booklet: Reaction Time Plant Responses (Biology) Field Investigation (Quadrats) Field Investigation (Transects) Decay (Biology) Chemistry: Paper 1 booklet: Making Salts Neutralisation (Chemistry Electrolysis Temperature Change Paper 2 booklet: Rates of Reaction Chromatography Identifying Ions (Chemistry) Water Purification Physics: Paper 1 booklet: Specific Heat Capacity Thermal Insulation (Physics) Resistance I-V Characteristics Density Paper 2 booklet: Force and Extension Acceleration Waves Light (Physics) Radiation and Absorption I have not included exam questions for copyright reasons, so exam questions would make this booklet even better (use exampro for this). Hope these booklets are useful and please edit as much as you like to fit your need.
cal-w11
NEW AQA Biology Required Practical Handbook 9-1

NEW AQA Biology Required Practical Handbook 9-1

These student friendly handbooks are for the NEW AQA (9-1) Biology GCSE . These follow a similar layout and pattern I have used for the free revision and paid revision mats from my shop. Samples of these booklets can be found using the following link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/sample-new-aqa-science-required-practical-handbook-9-1-11945258 These include a how to guide for each practical, practical information and questions regarding the methods and techniques used in each practical. There is also graph paper included in this booklet. References for the ‘working scientifically’, ‘mathematical skills’ and ‘apparatus and techniques’ requirements for each practical. Paper 1 booklet: Microscopy Microbiology (Biology) Osmosis Food Tests Enzymes Photosynthesis Paper 2 booklet: Reaction Time Plant Responses (Biology) Field Investigation (Quadrats) Field Investigation (Transects) Decay (Biology) I have not included exam questions for copyright reasons, so exam questions would make this booklet even better (use exampro for this). I have also created a bundle that contains all the required practicals for each subject and can be found using the link below. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-gcse-aqa-science-required-practical-booklets-9-1-11945151
cal-w11
Forensic science

Forensic science

A Power Point and activity sheet for a two part lesson on Forensic entomology. This resource is best suited when coupled with the practicals explained in the Power Point. There is also a worksheet to go along side the power Point.
Bioski
Reading Comprehension Of Cells (A Level & IB)

Reading Comprehension Of Cells (A Level & IB)

A perfect activity prior to teaching the structure of cells to familiarise students with the basics. This could be given as a preparatory task and then the students have to build a model of the cell in class - get the them to label the model cell with structure & function.
svend_e_larsen
Crop Growth & Protection (GCSE)

Crop Growth & Protection (GCSE)

These worksheets guide students through the importance of mineral ions to plants and the difference between biological and chemical control in crops. There is experimental evidence that can be analysed to differentiate between the strengths and weaknesses of pesticides ans biological control.
svend_e_larsen