IGCSE 9-1 BIOLOGY SCHEMES OF WORK

IGCSE 9-1 BIOLOGY SCHEMES OF WORK

This schemes of work are designed to support the teacher in the planing to teach the IGCSE 9-1 Biology. we do the planning you only do the execution. we value the teacher’s time so this schemes will save you the preparation time so you focus on delivering.
ewmuthusi
GCSE 9 - 1 Biology key concepts - CB1g Enzyme rates

GCSE 9 - 1 Biology key concepts - CB1g Enzyme rates

For Edexcel CB1g but similar content across all exam boards for new specification. Contains LOs and exam questions / tasks. Covers these LOs: Explain the effects of temperature, substrate concentration and pH on enzyme activity Demonstrate an understanding of rate calculations for enzyme activity. Make in my own unique style. Enjoy!
johnnyodee
Year 7 Cells - Lesson Plan

Year 7 Cells - Lesson Plan

This resource provides a full explanation of how a cell works. It will help pupils to understand the importance of cells and where they can be found. There are questions at the end of the power point along with answers that will make sure your pupils fully understand the topic.
zunairadabeer
End of term Science quiz

End of term Science quiz

End of term Science quiz. Suitable for both KS3 and KS4. 5 rounds of 10 questions. totalling 50 questions. Rounds include: Name the Scientist (pictures spread over two slides) Name the Element ( 10 dingbats over 3 slides ) Music (written lyrics to songs with a Science related word in title or artist nameover two slides) Films (pictures from Science related films spread over two slides) General Knowledge. General knowledge round has differentiated slides for KS3 and KS4 which are all linked to the 2016 GCSE curriculum/2014 KS3 national curriculum. All rounds link to Science in some way Each round is on as few slides as possible to enable good behaviour for learning which allows different groups to work through at different paces if needed. All answers included. Easy to lead by teacher
makingsciencecool
AQA GCSE Biology Core Knowledge Questions

AQA GCSE Biology Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA GCSE Biology Paper 2 Core Knowledge Questions

AQA GCSE Biology Paper 2 Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA GCSE Biology Paper 1 Core Knowledge Questions

AQA GCSE Biology Paper 1 Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B15 Genetics and Evolution Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B15 Genetics and Evolution Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B14 Variation and Evolution Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B14 Variation and Evolution Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B13 Reproduction Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B13 Reproduction Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B12 Hormones in Action Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B12 Hormones in Action Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B11 Hormonal Control Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B11 Hormonal Control Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B10 The Human Nervous System Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B10 The Human Nervous System Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B9 Respiration Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B9 Respiration Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B8 Photosynthesis Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B8 Photosynthesis Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B7 Non-Communicable Diseases Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B7 Non-Communicable Diseases Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B5 Communicable Diseases Knowledge Questions

AQA B5 Communicable Diseases Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B4 Organising Animals and Plants Knowledge Questions

AQA B4 Organising Animals and Plants Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B2 Cell Division Knowledge Questions

AQA B2 Cell Division Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B1 Cells and Organisation Knowledge Questions

AQA B1 Cells and Organisation Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to lear or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
Plant cell labelling activity

Plant cell labelling activity

This is just four slides so not a whole lesson but hopefully you will be able to copy them into your own lessons and I have done the fiddly work for you. This could be used as a plenary to apply learning to a new situation i.e. labelling a real micrograph of a plant cell. The first two slides show the cell labelled and unlabelled. You need to show this in slideshow in order to label the cell one sub-cellular structure at a time. The second two slides are a cloze activity. Again answers will fill in one at a time in slideshow. I print off the cells onto label sheets, 4 to a page. I’ve supplied these. Stick into centre of the page so that you can add labels around it. Some of my students need missing words on the table in front of them, so I have supplied these. Some also need to fill in gaps on a sheet due to time constraints or poor/slow handwriting, so I’ve supplied these as well.
jtranah
Transpiration in plants lesson

Transpiration in plants lesson

This is preparation for the Reaction time required practical in AQA GCSE Trilogy. Slide 1 is a learning framework for the lesson. Slide 2 provides the key words for the lesson. Can simply be a visual aid to introduce the vocabulary. I tend to print this slide off for individuals in the class who would benefit from their own copy and for TAs. More able students use this as a basis for a mind map to make links between key words. Slide 3-5 are pictures of root hairs Slide 6-7 describe transpiration Slide 8-10 show how stomata work Slide 11 has a link to a YouTube video on 'sticky water’ Slide 12 explains transpiration in more detail Slide 13 Questions Slide 14 diagram of a potometer -need to explain how it works Slide 15 gives a method for setting up a practical on surface area of leaves and rate of transpiration. Two sheets supplied one has diagrams of transpiration to go with slide 12 and the other has diagrams of open and closed stomata to go with slides 9-10. I include these simply because I find them useful for particular students with my mixed ability classes. If I know a particular student makes a meal of using glue, I will print directly onto labels for them. I keep a supply of 4 labels to a page for this purpose.
jtranah
2018 AQA GCSE Biology Unit 2 (B2): Eye Biology L5

2018 AQA GCSE Biology Unit 2 (B2): Eye Biology L5

This lesson is for teaching the above named lesson as part of the Homeostasis and Response module of Biology Unit 2 (B2) of the new 2018 AQA GCSE specification for GCSE Biology. The lesson has the following features embedded: Lesson has Bloom’s Taxonomy embedded throughout which are also graded for differentiation. Stretch and challenge tasks throughout (including Grade 8-9+ questions and extended writing) AfL (3 progress checks embedded) Differentiation is strong as has been noted in formal school observations for the last 2 years of teaching AQA. Narrative of lesson structure is clear and focused as well as engaging. Pre-starter prepared. The lesson is geared with top-down approach pedagogy and provide inclusive differentiation for low attaining and medium attaining pupils as well. The lesson should be ‘tweaked’ to meet the needs of your own pupils.
ranw123
2018 AQA GCSE Biology Unit 2 (B2): Brain Biology L4

2018 AQA GCSE Biology Unit 2 (B2): Brain Biology L4

This lesson is for teaching the above named lesson as part of the Homeostasis and Response module of Biology Unit 2 (B2) of the new 2018 AQA GCSE specification for GCSE Biology. The lesson has the following features embedded: Lesson has Bloom’s Taxonomy embedded throughout which are also graded for differentiation. Stretch and challenge tasks throughout (including Grade 8-9+ questions and extended writing) AfL (3 progress checks embedded) Differentiation is strong as has been noted in formal school observations for the last 2 years of teaching AQA. Narrative of lesson structure is clear and focused as well as engaging. Pre-starter prepared. The lesson is geared with top-down approach pedagogy and provide inclusive differentiation for low attaining and medium attaining pupils as well. The lesson should be ‘tweaked’ to meet the needs of your own pupils.
ranw123
Parts of the Animal Cell - Organelles - Biology Station Activity

Parts of the Animal Cell - Organelles - Biology Station Activity

This is a station activity which involves having the students determine the structure (organelle) of an animal cell. Best for students to have prior knowledge and using this as a formative assessment. You can make several copies of this exercise and make several sets of the stations, or you can alternatively do it in groups of 4 and adjust the instructions - you can do that as it is a word doc. Love to hear how people use this, I made this when I was a pre-service teacher and I did it with lower ability year 10 science students, but I am about to do it with my higher ability year 8s. Very flexible activity. Review and let me know what you think.
jessicaluk96
GCSE 9 - 1 Biology key concepts - CB1f Enzyme action

GCSE 9 - 1 Biology key concepts - CB1f Enzyme action

For Edexcel CB1f but similar content across all exam boards for new specification. Contains LOs and exam questions / tasks. Covers these LOs: Explain the mechanism of enzyme action including the active site and enzyme specificity Explain how enzymes can be denatured due to changes in the shape of the active site Explain the effects of temperature and pH on enzyme activity
johnnyodee
Summer End of Term Quiz

Summer End of Term Quiz

A quiz for the last few days of the summer term. Includes 5 rounds:- General Knowledge (10 questions) Movies (10 questions) Flags (12 questions) Science and Maths (10 questions) Famous Landmarks (12 questions) Answer sheet is provided should it be required.
nppatt
GCSE 9 - 1 Biology key concepts - CB1e Enzymes & nutrition

GCSE 9 - 1 Biology key concepts - CB1e Enzymes & nutrition

For Edexcel CB1e but similar content across all exam boards for new specification. Contains LOs and exam questions / tasks. Keyword definitions. Covers these LOs: Explain the importance of enzymes as biological catalysts Describe their role in the synthesis of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids and their breakdown into sugars, amino acids and fatty acids and glycerol In my own peculiar style - enjoy!
johnnyodee
Key Stage 3 - Life Processes and Cells Work Booklet

Key Stage 3 - Life Processes and Cells Work Booklet

Eight page booklet can be used for independent learning over one lesson - just add page references for the textbooks you are using. Can also be set for homework, revision or a stress free cover lesson. Suitable for Year 7/8 or low ability Key Stage 4 students.
AnnaMalone108
KS3/4 Science Engaging Cover Worksheets Pack 2

KS3/4 Science Engaging Cover Worksheets Pack 2

Welcome to the next installment of quick Science Cover for your classes! These three exciting activity sheets focus cover all aspects of Secondary Science, with a sheet each for Biology, Chemistry and Physics! There are 3 interactive worksheets which will take between 1-2 hours each to complete (each have 4 sides of A4 to work through!), with a range of activities from; in-built word searches with secret messages to find once complete, fill in the blanks, unscrambling the words, content questions, pair match up, drawing activities, physics mazes and cryptograms. This has been used with many of my classes, from top to bottom sets, Year 11 to Year 7, with my Year 11 students staying in during their breaktime as they were determined to finish them! All content covered aims towards GCSE, and students can use their exercise books, textbooks, computers or IPads to complete the work that has been set. If there are any issues, or you need some extra assistance, please let me know and I will make any tweaks necessary!
MrSidneyStringer
Unicellular Organisms Year 8 Topic- 6 full lessons (KS3 8D)

Unicellular Organisms Year 8 Topic- 6 full lessons (KS3 8D)

This bundle is sufficient to teach Year 8 students the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum required learning on Unicellular Organisms. The bundle includes five full lesson PowerPoints (containing equipment lists for suggested practicals) plus an engaging ICT task (packaged with the Protoctists lesson) that can be used to occupy students for a full lesson of extension and consolidation. Suggested teaching order: Uni or Multicellular?, Microscopic Fungi, Bacteria, Protoctists, ICT Extension lesson, Decomposers & Carbon Cycle.
OnSpecScience
Protoctists Year 8 Lesson PowerPoint + Extensions (KS3 8Dd) Algae Unicellular Organisms topic

Protoctists Year 8 Lesson PowerPoint + Extensions (KS3 8Dd) Algae Unicellular Organisms topic

Full lesson PowerPoint sufficient to teach a broad range of abilities about protoctists and their cellular features, with a focus on the importance of algae. The lesson is in keeping with the current KS3 UK National Curriculum, is easily accessible for students and simple to follow for teachers. Also included is an ICT extension task summarising the impact that fungi, bacteria and protoctists can have on human health. I have used this previously for a full additional lesson of consolidation while delivering the unicellular organisms topic.
OnSpecScience