Stem CellsQuick View

Stem Cells

AQA Combined Science Trilogy unit 'Cell Biology' Buy the unit bundle of 10 lessons + resources for £6 - see shop Full lesson ready to use straight 'out of the box' Similar structure to my other power points following the input - activity - review phasing Plenary section for progress checking Differentiated Worksheets Clear learning objectives and outcomes Modern and engaging layout Little adaptation needed Feedback welcome :D
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Animal Cell, Plant Cell and Microscope Label WorksheetsQuick View

Animal Cell, Plant Cell and Microscope Label Worksheets

A worksheet which addresses the need to be able to label a microscope, plant and animal cells as well as the function of the organelles within each cell. This includes a black and white version for easy printing. The resource worksheets are designed to be printed in A5 or A4. I use them as both depending on the type of group I have.
TheScienceResourceBank
Specialised CellsQuick View

Specialised Cells

Set of resources that can be used for starters, plenaries or revision of specialised animal and plant cells at a GCSE level.
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Specialised Cells Card sortQuick View

Specialised Cells Card sort

At last! All those little specialised cells for both plants and animals on one card sort! This card sort has the name, structure, function and a picture of each specialised cell that students need to know for KS3 and GCSE. I use this resource for both my Year 7s and for my Year 10 Applied Science BTEC group - because these same cells are present in the curriculum for both groups. The resource can be used in oodles of different ways; - Students can sort and stick in. Perhaps even get them to research and add appropriate colours to the different parts. -You can make 'pair sets' (one between two students), laminate them and use them over and over for starters or plenaries. -You can clip and place onto a slide for students to pair up for games of splat (put picture and function of cell and students need to put their hand on both when the name of the cell is said). -You can keep the first column as a solid strip and only cut up the others (or do this with any column) to make it easier. -If you haven't taught the topic yet, you can give them the cards, and a CGP book and get them to work out which card goes with which: that way also giving them some access to literacy within Science. -Use it any way you can think of! I find interactive learning is certainly the best way, and these cards facilitate the learning of students so that they can discover specialised cells for themselves!
tlandsberg
Cells, tissues and organsQuick View

Cells, tissues and organs

A complete and 'ready to deliver' KS3 lesson. Lesson title: Cells, tissues and organs (also known as - Levels Of Organisation). Lesson objectives: Define and give examples of “tissues”, “organs” and “organ systems”. Explain the “hierarchy” of organisation in a “multicellular” “organism”. This is a complete lesson from start to end, you do NOT need to spend hours carefully planning and resourcing this lesson – I have already spent those hours preparing this lesson for you ( I have used and improved it many times). There is nothing to do but give it a quick read through and familiarise yourself with it, and if necessary, take some simple decisions the lesson guides you to make before delivering it. You may also wish to remove a few slides to reduce its length if required for your particular group of learners. The lesson contains: * Need list – telling you what to photocopy or what kit to order etc. * Notes to help the teacher * Title and lesson objectives (as below). * Starter task where students self-assess themselves against each objective * Scientific literacy activity * Homework (you choose whether your learners need to do it) * Questions – all answers are provided. * Paired work activities with answers. * Theory slides (minimal – inter-spaced with thinking activities - not 'death by powerpoint'). * Gap fill activity – answers are provided * Plenary formative/summative assessment activity / quiz * Student self-assessment versus objectives activity – so learners can judge for themselves how much they have learnt As teachers we all work ridiculously long hours each week. Give yourself a break, spend some life with your wife / husband / children / friends / family by purchasing more lessons created by 'Barclayfox' once they appear on TES. Please purchase this lesson, and leave a positive review. About this lesson: This lesson is one of a set of 4, these are titled: L1 Cells, tissues and organs. L2 Gas exchange and alveoli. L3 Breathing (inhale and exhale). L4 Skeleton, joints and muscles. You may find it useful to buy all lessons in the set as they are linked together (for example a homework maybe given in one lesson and then tested in another). Thank you for your time. Happy teaching! Barclayfox.
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Specialised cells - Cell biology - NEW GCSEQuick View

Specialised cells - Cell biology - NEW GCSE

NEW GCSE 2016 Specialised cells - based on the AQA specification - this lesson covers: - Examples of specialised cells - The need for specialisation - Some adaptations of specialised cells This lesson includes: - Powerpoint file (whole lesson) - adapted from the legacy SoL - Poster circus activity - adapted from a legacy resource - Home learning activity - adapted from the legacy SoL
hannahradford
GCSE Cell Biology Worksheet PackQuick View

GCSE Cell Biology Worksheet Pack

This Biology GCSE resource pack covers the fundamentals required on the topic of Cell Biology. The worksheets encourage the pupils to work through them independently and are visually engaging to appeal to the students. The resource pack is ideal for introduction to the topic or revision in preparation for the upcoming GCSE exams. The resource pack could be used at KS3 too. The pack includes: - Worksheet on cell structure and function (animal and plant cells) - Worksheet on specialised cells and their adaptations - Worksheet on organisation of living things and revision crossword on cell biology in general All answer sheets are included, perfect for the non-specialist teaching Biology.
beckystoke
A Level Biology: Cell Membrane StructureQuick View

A Level Biology: Cell Membrane Structure

This worksheet allows A Level Biology students to explore the structure of the fluid mosiac model of the plasma membrane of cells. Students will label the key components of the plasma membrane and identify the role of each key component in the membrane. This worksheet would lead well in to looking at how substances move across the membrane to enter and leave the cell. Great either to use as a worksheet when teaching this topic, or as a revision sheet or as an assessment at the end of the topic. Answer sheet provided; good to project on the board when going through the sheet with your students.
beckystoke
Specialised Cells Worksheet / Card SortQuick View

Specialised Cells Worksheet / Card Sort

A worksheet to name and describe how cells are specialised. Also includes a card sort activity for students. This includes a black and white easy print version. The resource worksheets are designed to be printed in A5 or A4. I use them as both depending on the type of group I have. Images Purchased @ The Cher Room
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KS3 Cells revision sheetQuick View

KS3 Cells revision sheet

This is a revision worksheet designed using the activate scheme of work. It covers microscopes, magnification, cells and cell organelles, special cells and unicellular organisms amoeba and euglena.
hunterla
Eukaryotic cell structure - NEW A LEVELQuick View

Eukaryotic cell structure - NEW A LEVEL

NEW A LEVEL 2016 Eukaryotic cell structure - Based on the AQA specification - This lesson covers: -Structure and function of eukaryotic organelles - Interpretation of electron micrographs This lesson includes: - Powerpoint file (whole lesson) - Organelle poster circus activity - Exam questions & marking scheme
hannahradford
New AQA AS Biology - Cells, Cell Fractionation & MicroscopesQuick View

New AQA AS Biology - Cells, Cell Fractionation & Microscopes

This is a 16 slide power point following the specification for AS AQA Biology , but would also suit OCR specification. It includes eukaryote and prokaryote cells, differences between them, binary fission, uses of microscopes (both light and electron), changing units, magnification and resolution and finishes with cell fractionation. The last slide leads into the next stage of the syllabus which is different organelles. I have produced a different power point for that to include movement across the membranes as well. Please view if you like this one. Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.
JAM2015
Cells, batteries and FUEL CELLS - whole lesson plus example exam questionsQuick View

Cells, batteries and FUEL CELLS - whole lesson plus example exam questions

A lesson (double) covering all content for GCSE combined/Chemistry for cells, batteries and fuel cells 3 exam questions to use as assessment, some recommended as part of the lesson plan, others for extension Power Point is easy to follow with student tasks throughout to make lesson interactive (most answers given as part of presentation) Based on AQA but transferable across other specifications
sophiemunday
Stem Cell ResearchQuick View

Stem Cell Research

1hr PP, clip, worksheets, differentiated fully KS3/4 Complete 1 hour lesson with accompanying worksheets Different level tasks for MA,LA or Core Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above Please leave me a review and I'll send you any other resource of your choice for free. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :) Or you can check out some of our most popular PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources below: Mental Health PSHE Bundle 1 Whole Year of PSHE Resources British Values Citizenship Bundle Careers, Employment and Enterprise Bundle Islam Bundle Sex and Relationships Education GCSE CITIZENSHIP 9-1
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Cells KS3 SOWQuick View

Cells KS3 SOW

Full 10 lesson Cells SOW. Aimed at a mixed ability Y7 set. Worksheets marked STR or SUP are differentiated (stretch and support). All lessons planned in 6-part lesson format. Lesson 1 - Introduction to cells Lesson 2 - Introduction to light microscopes Lesson 3 - Preparing cell slides Lesson 4 - Function of organelle Lesson 5 - Single celled organisms Lesson 6 - Specialised cells Lesson 7 - Cells to organisms Lesson 8 - Plants organs Lesson 9 - Movement of substances Lesson 10 - Cells review lesson Most resources my own though some resources may be adapted from other sources, including Activate and TES. Feedback appreciated.
flaffey
Biology - Specialised CellsQuick View

Biology - Specialised Cells

This is an introductory lesson into specialised cells. Pupils have the task of identifying the roles of different individuals and then the task of identifying the role of 8 different specialised cells. They have to join the dots to create a diagram for each cell and correctly match the definition to each cell. This resource pack includes differentiated worksheets and the Moo or False plenary. Pupils love this activity!
TeachElite
GCSE stem cells outstandingQuick View

GCSE stem cells outstanding

A fantastic stem cell lesson complete with resources. This lesson has active learning, cooperative learning and VAK learning activities to support the progress of all learners. You will see outstanding results with this resource.
tomllewellyn
Crossword - cell structures & specialised cells.Quick View

Crossword - cell structures & specialised cells.

2 crosswords with same clues and answers but different grid. (Refresh crossword you make with site like Discovery Puzzle maker). Works well giving students alternating puzzles - much discussion. Even if you don't like the crossword maybe you will like the 'concept'.
Fugazi