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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.
nikkikent
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.
nikkikent
AQA Moving & Changing Materials/ Homeostasis & Response Revision Bundle

AQA Moving & Changing Materials/ Homeostasis & Response Revision Bundle

Knowledge organisers with extensive detail, including images and keywords/concepts with definitions. Also, this bundle includes Quiz, Quiz & Trade questions that could be used for any revision lesson. Ideal for a revision lesson to summarise the topics. Finally, included in this bundle is a differentiated lesson plan and ALL resources for a Homeostasis lesson with a market place activity which is embedded with interactive Kagam techniques which was used for an observation lesson.
joshuabrown1994
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.
GJHeducation
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.
GJHeducation
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
BiologyALevelTutor
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
GJHeducation
Nervous System / Reflex Action / Voluntary Action

Nervous System / Reflex Action / Voluntary Action

Lesson structure: 1. Pupils describe how they think the nervous system works in order to protect them. 2. Nervous response 3. Stimulus / Receptors / Effectors 4. Examples of Sensory organs / Receptor cells / Stimulus 5. Introduce Relay Neurons 6. Reflex and voluntary action Enjoy!
physics_teacher_1988
Circulatory System / Transport System / Blood Vessels

Circulatory System / Transport System / Blood Vessels

Here's the structure of the lesson covered in this resource. 1. Transport system 2. Circulatory system 3. Blood vessels 4. Single circulatory system 5. Pulse rate activity 6. Summary questions The resource covers theory, contains short tasks, and provide visual prompts for class discussions. The content is sufficient for higher ability pupils. There is an optional activity where pupils can measure and record their own pulse rates. Enjoy!
physics_teacher_1988