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KS3 Specialised Cells - Whole Lesson

KS3 Specialised Cells - Whole Lesson

A fully resourced, one hour lesson consisting of a twenty-four-slide animated PowerPoint with built ten question plenary/exit ticket quiz with sound. The lesson is easy to deliver, easy to follow and enjoyable. It is suitable for most abilities. A worksheet and classwork/homework are included. The lesson is ready to go with only photocopying of the worksheet and classwork/homework to do. A Copy of the ABC cards are included for the quiz but you could just get the pupils to quickly make their own. Long-term it’s easier to copy and laminate a class set. The free pack of six Taboo cards is an extra to the lesson and can be used as an extension or not at all as you wish. Cells included are: red blood cell, sperm, root hair cell, palisade, nerve cell, fat cell, egg cell and ciliated cell. If you do not wish to include onto of these, simply click onto the next slide. Please remember to leave a review
penyrheol1
Active Transport

Active Transport

New GCSE lesson on active transport for the AQA syllabus. Learning Objectives: Describe the process of active transport Explain when active transport is used Compare the similarities and differences between diffusion, osmosis and active transport
ls6372
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