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A2 Biology Glossaries

A2 Biology Glossaries

AS Biology Glossaries for the following topics: Ecology, Homeostasis & Kidney, Immunity, Plant Hormones, Nerves, Respiration, Photosynthesis, Protein Synthesis, Gene Technology, Inheritance, Population Genetics, Animal & Plant Kingdoms. I get students to complete these before doing their end of topic test.
thompsontim10
IGCSE 9-1 Role of the root in transpiration

IGCSE 9-1 Role of the root in transpiration

This is a whole lesson on a power point slide. I have included a recap of the root hair cell. Students will then watch the video on transpiration to give an overall idea of how water and minerals are transported to the leaves. I have set a mini research task for students to find out how water and mineral ions enters the root hair cell and passes to the xylem. Finally - 2 exam questions (grade 5 - 8)
ALEVELBIOLOGYFORTHENEWTEACHER
KS3 Plant and Animal Cells Structure and Differences

KS3 Plant and Animal Cells Structure and Differences

An action packed, high quality PowerPoint fully resourced with four activities and a homework for a lesson that practically runs itself. Full, easy to follow, instructions are given on the PowerPoint itself and on the worksheets. Lesson content • cell structure; functions of parts of the cell; • differences between plant and animal cell; Resources and order of lesson • 28 side easy-to-use PowerPoint which directs pupils when and how to use each of the accompanying resources. • Anticipation Guide • Group activity • Worksheet • Flip It • Revisit Anticipation Guide • Exit Ticket Quiz (built in to PowerPoint). Exit tickets and ABC cards provided. This is a tried and tested format and the quiz format was praised by inspectors. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
penyrheol1
Tree Identification + worksheet. Identification keys, field work can be used for KS2--> KS5

Tree Identification + worksheet. Identification keys, field work can be used for KS2--> KS5

A presentation that explores some of the most common trees that could be found in your school grounds. Discover their shape, leaves, flowers and seeds. Students can then explore their school grounds and collect leaves from the trees and stick an example on the worksheet. For stretch and challenge learners could create an Identification key which can be used to ID the tree in the future.
TRJ
CB2c - Growth in Plants

CB2c - Growth in Plants

inBiology I have made a complete suite of Powerpoints covering the new specification GCSE Physics and Biology courses. The colours are great for dyslexic pupils and can be easily edited as long as you have an up to date version of Powerpoint. All feedback welcomed !
spcarlin
CB1b - Plant and Animal Cells

CB1b - Plant and Animal Cells

inBiology I have made a complete suite of Powerpoints covering the new specification GCSE Physics and Biology courses. The colours are great for dyslexic pupils and can be easily edited as long as you have an up to date version of Powerpoint. All feedback welcomed !
spcarlin
New AQA GCSE Starter Bundle Unit 1

New AQA GCSE Starter Bundle Unit 1

A series of starters for the new AQA GCSE Unit 1 for Biology (1-4), Chemistry (C1-4) and Physics (P1-3) specification. Designed to be used during later topics to aid recall and understanding of previously taught content. Quick and easy to self assess as the answers are provided.
RWHinchliffe
New AQA GCSE B1-4 Starters

New AQA GCSE B1-4 Starters

A series of starters for the new AQA GCSE B1-4 specification. Designed to be used during later topics to aid recall and understanding of previously taught content. Quick and easy to self assess as the answers are provided.
RWHinchliffe
New AQA GCSE B4 Starters

New AQA GCSE B4 Starters

A series of starters for the new AQA GCSE B4 specification. Designed to be used during later topics to aid recall and understanding of previously taught content. Quick and easy to self assess as the answers are provided.
RWHinchliffe
Berries

Berries

A collection of photos of different kinds of berries that will be added to in time. Can be used to help students understand about plant reproduction, and about toxic and safe berries that can be eaten. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.
sarah277