AQA AS Biology (Section 3: Exchange & Mass Transport) Information SheetsQuick View
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AQA AS Biology (Section 3: Exchange & Mass Transport) Information Sheets

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Information sheets on section 3 of the NEW AQA A-Level Biology. This includes: Exchange Water Transport in Plants Translocation in Plants Haemoglobin & Oxygen Dissociation Limiting Water Loss in Organisms Digestion & Enzymes Mammalian Circulatory System & Heart Structure The Cardiac Cycle Blood Vessels Majority of resources contain QR codes which link to additional reading, or to Mr Pollock YouTube tutorials (YouTube logo denotes this). Please review
AQA A Level Biology (Osmoregulation)Quick View
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AQA A Level Biology (Osmoregulation)

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Kidney structure - Label and Explain Osmoregulation - Water and Sodium regulation in the nephron ADH - Effects on Osmorgulation As this is quite a dry subject and very ‘rote’ I use this to help go through the stages of the topics above slowly with my students. The labelled diagrams and PPT animation help their understanding!
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AQA Succession

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Powerpoint ‘lesson’ on succession. Includes examination questions Please review!
AQA Epistasis LessonQuick View
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AQA Epistasis Lesson

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My lesson and handout on epistasis. I have used a few free resources on here to put a more flowing lesson together! Hope it helps, please review!
AQA A2 Autosomal LinkageQuick View
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AQA A2 Autosomal Linkage

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Lesson PPT created by combining a couple of downloads off here! I have just made it flow and look better (as I am OCD like that!) Hope it helps!
Fish Dissection Lesson AQA AlevelQuick View
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Fish Dissection Lesson AQA Alevel

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Lesson prepping the students for dissection. Goes through the prac endorsement criteria and scientific drawing ‘rules’. Attached data starters on the bottom too!
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Marginal Gains Assembly

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Assembly I created and delivered to all year groups. Links to Dave Brailsford and Kobayashi(speed eater) regarding ‘Marginal Gains’ - good for students approaching their exams too as it gives examples of marginal gains for the students to develop good habits.