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NEW A2 physical education -complete revision notes - Energy Systems, Exercise phys and Biomechanics

NEW A2 physical education -complete revision notes - Energy Systems, Exercise phys and Biomechanics

Hand-typed detailed revision notes on all topics in New AQA A-level Physical Education. Content focused on units 1.1 applied anatomy and physiology, 3.1 exercise physiology and 4.1/4.2 biomechanics of A2 Physical Education content, covered in book 2 - Hodder Education. Revision for AQA A-level Physical Education (7582) examinations beginning 2018. Notes include energy transfer, the energy continuum, vo2 max and energy expenditure. Notes on injuries, rehabilitation and recovery. Biomechanic content ONLY on linear and angular motion. Please note that the topics of projectile motion and fluid mechanics are NOT included. Content may also be applicable to other examination boards including Pearson Edexcel, WJEC, CCEA and OCR. Links to the subject of biology and physics
ebrook_
AQA GCSE Biology Unit 2 (Organisation) Complete Power Points

AQA GCSE Biology Unit 2 (Organisation) Complete Power Points

This power point contains an entire scheme of work for AQA unit 2. My previous GCSE packs were tailored to Edexcel - this is AQA specific - however there is a little cross-over between the 2 and I have reused previous lessons where appropriate - just tweaked it to fit the AQA spec. Again some worksheets are downloaded from Kaboodle so I don't have the rights to include them + exam practice questions are from exam pro, however where I have made my own they are included. I've also included my guide to the numbering, which includes lesson titles + prac info.
Sigyn
AQA GCSE Biology Unit 1 (Cell Biology) Complete Power Points

AQA GCSE Biology Unit 1 (Cell Biology) Complete Power Points

This power point contains an entire scheme of work for AQA unit 1. My previous GCSE packs were tailored to Edexcel - this is AQA specific - however there is a little cross-over between the 2 and I have reused previous lessons where appropriate - just tweaked it to fit the AQA spec. Again some worksheets are downloaded from Kaboodle so I don't have the rights to include them + exam practice questions are from exam pro, however where I have made my own they are included.
Sigyn
Reproduction Task Cards

Reproduction Task Cards

A set of 32 task cards designed for students to independently, or in groups, review reproduction in humans Includes multiple choice questions on the following themes; 1. Structure of sperm cells 2. Structure of egg [ova] cells 3. Structure of female reproductive organs 4. Structure of male reproductive organs 5. Fertilisation 6. Gestation Included in this kit: - 32 task cards focusing on different aspects of reproduction. - Student solution sheet on which to record answers. - Teacher answer key. There are 4 cards on each sheet [8 sheets in total]. They can be printed in greyscale or color [single or double sided]. Save paper and time by laminating the cards and keeping them as class sets. Provide each student with a blank solution grid for writing the answer to the problem stated on each card. Great as a group extension or consolidation activity or for early finishers. Illustrations by: Teacher’s Clipart [http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/TeachersClipart] Ron Leishman Toon Clipart [http://toonclips.com/] Digital Toonage [https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ron-Leishman-Digital-Toonage]
BunyipBlues
Photosynthesis - Card Game

Photosynthesis - Card Game

Fun card game similar to Dobble / Spot it with symbols and images from photosynthesis / plant nutrition / tropism / plant reproduction topics Great for practising use of keywords and recognising images / structures in a fun way. My students love to play these Dobble style card games. 31 cards for 3-4 players per set print, laminate, cut up, play!
anjacschmidt
Edexcel GCSE Biology Unit 7 (Control and homeostasis) Complete Power Points

Edexcel GCSE Biology Unit 7 (Control and homeostasis) Complete Power Points

This power point contains an entire scheme of work for Edexcel Biology unit 7. My GCSE packs are tailored to Edexcel or AQA specifically - there is cross-over between the 2 and I have reused previous lessons where appropriate, so please be careful as I only do units of resources instead of single lessons. Worksheets are downloaded from Pearson so I don't have the rights to include them + exam practice questions are from exam pro (unless I've written them and then they are included).
Sigyn
Imaginative Writing SOW - The Supernatural, Sinister and the Downright Scary Unit - 20 Lessons!

Imaginative Writing SOW - The Supernatural, Sinister and the Downright Scary Unit - 20 Lessons!

This is a 20-lesson unit on imaginative writing, originally designed for Year 9 students. It contains a full Scheme of Work, plus homework menu and accompanying anthology of short stories. Each lesson is complete with PowerPoint and any necessary resources. This is a highly differentiated and organised resource with focus on extending the links between reading and writing. There are two assessment points (baseline and final) plus various extended writing opportunities throughout. This has been incredibly successful at my school and has achieved fantastic results in improving students' writing. I hope you enjoy teaching it as much as I enjoyed making it!
BreathingSpace
Lesson 15 Imaginative Writing: Marionettes Inc. - Ray Bradbury

Lesson 15 Imaginative Writing: Marionettes Inc. - Ray Bradbury

This lesson is part of an Imaginative Writing Scheme of Work focused on Science-Fiction and Dystopian short stories. This lesson guides students through a piece of imaginative writing based on their reading of Bradbury's 'Marionettes Inc.' There is an interactive element where students are presented with recent scientific discoveries and discuss the moral and ethical implications of them. PLEASE NOTE: You will need to download my FREE short story anthology for use with this lesson.
BreathingSpace
Selective Breeding

Selective Breeding

This was designed for to be accessible for both KS3 and KS4 classes. Introduces the reasons for farming different animals The basics of selective breeding with animation for guidance Series of questions to deepen students learning and application Evaluation of the pros and cons of selective breeding (differentiated worksheet) Exam style questions for higher and lower ability (this was delivered as part of my interview process)
Jubblord
OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Musculo-skeletal neural System

OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Musculo-skeletal neural System

Ten PowerPoint presentations and activities covering the below spec content for the OCR A'Level HSC Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology musculo-skeletal body system:- joint structure: • synovial membrane • synovial fluid • cartilage muscle • tendon • ligament types of joint: • ball and socket • hinge • pivot • sliding/gliding • fixed brain: • cerebral hemispheres • cerebellum • pituitary gland • medulla • corpus callosum neural system: • spinal cord • sensory nerve • motor nerve • neuron • myelin sheath neuron: • axon • axon terminals • dendrites • cell nucleus • myelin sheath The functions of the musculo-skeletal and neural systems: Skeletal = support, movement, protection, Brain/nervous system = co-ordination, balance, memory, cognitive thought, emotions Dysfunction: multiple sclerosis (MS) possible causes:  genetic  geographic location and vitamin D deficiency  lifestyle  infection auto-immune Diagnostic techniques:  lumbar puncture technique and spinal fluid analysis  MRI to eliminate similar conditions  evoked visual and muscle response  blood tests Treatment: - symptom management as there’s no cure o common medications joint replacement o cannaboids o steroids o physiotherapy or rest o future possibilities using stem cells lifestyle changes
asiddons
Red Blood Cell journey

Red Blood Cell journey

Storyboard type activity to explain the function of a red blood cell and the role it plays in both the Respiratory and Circulatory systems. Ideal for younger children or a less able group. Part of a unit of work on the Heart and Circulation.
dmcockerill