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B1.1  Cells, Year 7, complete SOW - 6 Lessons

B1.1 Cells, Year 7, complete SOW - 6 Lessons

Full scheme including powerpoints, worksheets and revision material. Follows the year 7 Activate scheme but can be used without access to it. A glossary and checklist is also included The lessons are: 1. Life Processes 2. Observing Cells 3. Animal and Plant Cells 4. Specialised Cells 5. Movement in and out of cells 6. Unicellular organisms

By cadia1

Biology - Summer Term - Word of the Week

Biology - Summer Term - Word of the Week

Use these three Biology resources in your own lesson presentations and or print it out, laminate it and display it in classrooms and around your department. This is useful in instilling literacy and maintaining continuity throughout the Science department. Included in the pack are various options. You can either print off the A4 sheet and laminate with the word already printed onto it or as we do, print off a blank template, laminate it and stick a different word on it each week. This is great Bell Task, starter or plenary activity.

By ScienceTeacherElite

Biology - Summer Term, Word of the Week - Numeracy

Biology - Summer Term, Word of the Week - Numeracy

This contains three Biology resources for the summer term based on the Word for the Week Numeracy challenge. Use this as a starter or plenary within your lessons to supplement to Word for the Week Literacy discussion point. Each resource contains slides, one of the four words for the week with scrabble tiles. Pupils have to complete a numeracy task based on the numerical value of the tiles.

By ScienceTeacherElite

Biology Word of the Week MAY

Biology Word of the Week MAY

Use this PDF in your own lesson presentations and or print it out, laminate it and display it in classrooms and around your department. This is useful in instilling literacy and maintaining continuity throughout the Science department. Included in the pack are various options. You can either print off the A4 sheet and laminate with the word already printed onto it or as we do, print off a blank template, laminate it and stick a different word on it each week.

By ScienceTeacherElite

Biology Word for the Week Numeracy JULY

Biology Word for the Week Numeracy JULY

This is a Biology PDF is designed to accompany our Word for the Week for JULY. This contains slides, one of the four words for the week with scrabble tiles. Pupils have to complete a numeracy task based on the numerical value of the tiles.

By ScienceTeacherElite

Biology Word of the Week - JUNE

Biology Word of the Week - JUNE

Use this PDF in your own lesson presentations and or print it out, laminate it and display it in classrooms and around your department. This is useful in instilling literacy and maintaining continuity throughout the Science department. Included in the pack are various options. You can either print off the A4 sheet and laminate with the word already printed onto it or as we do, print off a blank template, laminate it and stick a different word on it each week. This is great Bell Task, starter or plenary activity.

By ScienceTeacherElite

Biology Word of the Week JULY

Biology Word of the Week JULY

Use this PDF in your own lesson presentations and/or print it out, laminate it and display it in classrooms and around your department. This is useful in instilling literacy and maintaining continuity throughout the Science department. Included in the pack are various options. You can either print off the A4 sheet and laminate with the word already printed onto it or as we do, print off a blank template, laminate it and stick a different word on it each week. This is great Bell Task, starter or plenary activity.

By ScienceTeacherElite