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Diffusion

This resource is aimed at KS3 students and is useful as it covers the following learning objectives... State that particles move through fluid by diffusion Describe diffusion in terms of the particle model Explain how diffusion occurs in terms of the particle model Suggest how the rate of diffusion may be affected There are differentiation opportunities for lower and higher ability students (check the green challenge questions). I have also included feedback boxes, in which you should put students names to keep individuals engaged and ready to learn and feedback.
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Diffusion

Powerpoint with worksheets ready to print. Followed a lesson on specialised cells, starter recaps this with a literacy based task. Focus is on diffusion within the human body.
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Osmosis, diffusion and active transportQuick View

Osmosis, diffusion and active transport

The lesson make much use of AFL and directs students to the most appropriate task. The lessons starts by describing different situations that diffusion takes place in. The understanding is then assessed by a hinge question with differentiated task as the outcome for this. The lesson moves on to discuss osmosis before assessing understanding and directing students to the most appropriate task. Active transport is reviewed before learning is concluded with an exit ticket.
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Diffusion, Osmosis & Active transportQuick View

Diffusion, Osmosis & Active transport

A double lesson designed for lower-ability Year 10 class, including: - Diffusion - Osmosis - Active Transport Power point contains engaging activities, videos, differentiation, AfL, and spec-related learning objectives.
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Diffusion

This lesson is designed for the new AQA (9-1) GCSE. It includes a full PowerPoint presentation which goes through diffusion with interactive visuals and then gives examples of diffusion in nature. I combined the lesson with an aerosol demonstration and a potassium permanganate practical but there are lots of different ways to do it including a full investigation if you wanted to. This lesson also incudes a homework activity which includes a 6-mark question about the factors that affect the rate of diffusion and comes with an information sheet containing text and graphs. This homework could be used in class or could easily be adapted into various other activities.
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Understanding diffusion lessonQuick View

Understanding diffusion lesson

Year 7 or 8 lesson on diffusion LOs: Describe the process of diffusion and its relation to the cell. Explain how different factors affect the speed of diffusion. Analyse results into an experiment of the factors which affect diffusion. Activities: 1. Do Now: Starter question on liquids and gases 2. Student Activity: Demonstration of diffusion using potassium permanganate, iodine or perfume 3. Exposition: Introduce the particle model of diffusion 4. Mini-plenary: Whiteboard quiz 5. Exposition: Diffusion in cells and the factors affecting the rate of diffusion 6. Independent Task: Diffusion worksheet 7: Plenary: Check for understanding question For more resources check out my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/alexpce If you liked this resource, please write a review! :)
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Diffusion

This is a resource primarily for year 7 students but can also be used as revision or to test prior knowledge on diffusion. There are options for extended writing for higher ability students and more assisted help such as filling in the gaps for lower ability students. It would be useful to bring into class a solid, liquid or a gas...especially a perfume or air freshener.
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Diffusion

A concise lesson presentation (25 slides) and associated worksheet that goes through the key details of the method of movement, diffusion. The lesson begins by using the analogy of a bouncer at a nightclub letting some people in but not others to show how cell membranes are partially permeable. Moving forwards, students are introduced to the term "diffusion" and shown how this moves from a high concentration to a lower concentration and therefore with the concentration gradient. Students are challenged to apply their new found knowledge of diffusion to the example of oxygen moving from the alveoli into the blood. Students will understand that the rate of diffusion can be increased in a number of ways and a quick competition is used to get them to identify which of three examples will diffuse fastest and then to try and explain why. There is a set homework included with this lesson. This lesson is designed for GCSE students but is appropriate as an extension for KS3 and a recap for A-level students.
GJHeducation
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Diffusion

Two different practical activities for demonstrating diffusion are explained on this worksheet, where pupils must exaplin their observations of each activity.
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diffusion

Movement of substances diffusion concentration powerpoint to teach diffusion to year 7 with work sheets Thank you for downloading my resource, I would love to hear your feedback.
Mkalashi
Reflection and Refraction Word Wall CardsQuick View

Reflection and Refraction Word Wall Cards

These word wall cards are a great way for students to improve their knowledge of reflection and refraction. This product contains 8 cards with definitions and images for each term: ♦ Absorption ♦ Angle of Incidence ♦ Angle of Reflection ♦ Diffuse Reflection ♦ Reflection ♦ Refraction ♦ Scattering ♦ Specular Reflection
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The Cell and Cellular Transport Vocabulary Cards Word Wall BundleQuick View

The Cell and Cellular Transport Vocabulary Cards Word Wall Bundle

54 vocabulary cards with definitions covering terms about cells, the organelles found inside of cells and cellular transport. Word list Cell, Cell Membrane, Cell Wall, Centriole, Centrosome, Chlorophyll, Chloroplast, Cilia, Cytoplasm, Cytoskeleton, Eukaryote, Flagella, Golgi apparatus, Lysosome, Microtubule, Mitochondria, Multicellular, Nuclear pores, Nucleolus, Nucleus, Organelle, Prokaryote, Ribosome, Rough ER, Smooth ER, Unicellular, Vacuoles, Active Transport, Carrier Protein, Cell Wall, Channel Protein, Concentration Gradient, Cytoplasm, Diffusion, Dynamic Equilibrium, Endocytosis, Eukaryote, Exocytosis, Facilitated Diffusion, Fluid Mosaic Model, Glycoprotein, Hypertonic, Hypotonic, Isotonic, Nucleus, Osmosis, Passive Transport, Phospholipid, Plasma Membrane, Prokaryote, Receptor Protein, Selective Permeability, Transport Protein, Turgor You can use the cards in multiple ways, including: placing them on a word wall and use them as a vocabulary review game as a whole class or as a group.
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Life Science - Structure of Life for Interactive Science NotebooksQuick View

Life Science - Structure of Life for Interactive Science Notebooks

This PDF includes 26 full pages of various flippables, graphic organizers and activities for an Interactive Science Notebook to be used during a unit on Life Science (9 pages are teacher answer keys). Most foldables and flippables are left blank on the inside. This will allow you to fully customize each one for whatever curriculum or grade you teach with the information you want your students to know. Some ideas would be to use definitions, pictures, and examples. These also make a great tool to use for science differentiation as well! Pages include information on: •Generic Admit and Exit Ticket •Structure and Function •Cells (Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic and Unicellular vs. Multicellular) •Cell theory (3 main ideas and important scientists - Hooke and Van Leeuwenhoek) •Compare and Contrast Plant and Animal Cells •Levels of Organization •Animal Cell to label (one version for middle school and one for upper grades) •Plant Cell to label (one version for middle school and one for upper grades) •Cell vocabulary (12 terms) •Cell Processes (diffusion, osmosis, facilitated diffusion, endo- and exocytosis, active transport) •Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis •Organic Molecules (nucleic acid, proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids) •Cell division (cut and paste mitosis sorting foldable activity) Looking for another life science topic? If you don’t see something here that you would like added, please send me a message and I will do my best to get it added and update this product. Updates are always FREE for buyers.
shaynaa
Life Science Interactive Notebook BUNDLEQuick View

Life Science Interactive Notebook BUNDLE

Life Science Interactive Notebook Ultimate Bundle: Everything you need to fill your students' interactive notebooks during your Life Science unit! This product is a discounted bundle of life science interactive notebook resources. A HUGE variety of reading passages, activities, foldables, pages, flip flaps, mini projects, envelopes, and references to help your students learn, review, reinforce, and practice life science concepts. You are saving over 20% by purchasing this product than each product separately. I will also add any other life science interactive notebook materials I create to this bundle, so if you purchase it, you will get the new products for free! :) This product includes: Cells and Living Things Read and Apply Activities: Reading Passages + Interactive Activities and Writing Prompts. A GREAT and more EFFECTIVE alternative to reading textbook chapters and answering questions! Human Body Read and Apply Activities: Reading Passages + Interactive Activities and Writing Prompts. A GREAT and more EFFECTIVE alternative to reading textbook chapters and answering questions! Cells and Genetics Interactive Notebook Resources: A collection of foldables and activities to be used as study tools, notes, homework, stations, etc. to organize science content. Photosynthesis and Respiration Interactive Notebook Resources: A collection of foldables and activities to be used as study tools, notes, homework, stations, etc. to organize science content. Human Body Systems Science Interactive Notebook Foldables: Flip flaps for each body system for students to record information under each flap. Osmosis and Diffusion Flip Flaps for Interactive Notebook: Flip flaps to help make sense of the difficult concepts of osmosis, diffusion, and passive/active transport. Cell Division Activities: Cell division activities that help students comprehend the complexity of the topic. Human Body: Types of Tissue Interactive Notebook Flip Flaps: Flip flaps organizing the 4 main types of body tissue. Cell City Science Interactive Notebook Activity: An enrichment activity comparing cell organelles to buildings that help a city function. Great for higher level thinkers! Animal & Plant Cell Color, Cut, & Paste: My best seller! A great visual that students create to learn the organelles of animal and plant cells. Great for stations, partner work, lab, homework, etc.
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Chemistry & Biology Review for Advanced Science ElectivesQuick View

Chemistry & Biology Review for Advanced Science Electives

Prepare your ADVANCED SCIENCE ELECTIVE students with a PowerPoint review of Chemistry and Biology. This presentation is perfect for the first week of school in just about any science elective course. It includes a basic review of important Chemistry and Biology facts that students should have learned in these prerequisite courses. I used this type of review in my Anatomy & Physiology course, but it could also be used in Ecology, Marine Science or similar science elective courses. It could also be used as a year-end review or for test preparation. Terms and Topics Include: • chemistry • matter • element • atom • protons • neutrons • electrons • atomic number • atomic mass • molecule • compound • chemical reaction • chemical equation • ionic bond • covalent bond • hydrogen bond • polar molecule • pH • biology • cell theory • mitosis • cellular respiration • mitochondria • photosynthesis • chloroplast • deoxyribonucleic acid • passive transport • active transport • diffusion • osmosis • organ systems • biosphere • ecosystems • communities • populations • organisms • protists • fungi • plants • animals Aloha, Carla Brooks Science Island
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Cells: Understanding Life Systems - Unit-PowerPoint Lessons,Activities and NotesQuick View

Cells: Understanding Life Systems - Unit-PowerPoint Lessons,Activities and Notes

This package includes everything you will need to teach a unit on cells. It has a full lesson set, projects, technology-based activities, a lab station activity, readings and demonstrations for a complete unit on Cells and Life Systems. Save 60% vs. purchasing each resource individually. Included in the package: - 4 weeks of teaching - 6 PowerPoint lessons complete with Teacher and Student Versions --> Multiple videos embedded into the slides of each lesson - 1 Lab Station Activity --> Cells and the Cell Theory - 1 Device-Based Scavenger Hunt Activity - 4 Reading Comprehension Articles --> Blood Types --> Genetics and Gene Therapy --> Stem Cell Therapy --> The Immune System - 5 Class Activities/Assignments - Student notes in Word ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lessons Included: • The Cell Theory: An Introduction • Animal Cells • Plant Cells • Diffusion and Osmosis through the Cell Membrane • Unicellular and Multicellular Organisms • Cell Organization - Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Systems ---------------------------------------- Each lesson includes a student and teacher version. The student version contains multiple blanks that need to be filled in throughout the lesson. I have found this to be the most effective means of keeping my students engaged and active without having them write everything out. This also leaves more time for discussion and activities.
TeachWithFergy
Cell Membrane and Transport - Complete 5E Lesson BundleQuick View

Cell Membrane and Transport - Complete 5E Lesson Bundle

Product Description Cell Membrane and Transport - Fully editable and Complete 5E Lesson. By purchasing this bundle you will save 53% vs. purchasing the individual components separately. Lesson Objectives: Throughout this 5E lesson, students will learn about: - The Cell Membrane - Phospholipids - Semi-Permeable - Membrane Channels - Cell Membrane Transport - Diffusion - Osmosis - Hypotonic, Hypertonic, and Isotonic Solutions - Cystic Fibrosis as well as other applications How does the 5E model facilitate learning? • It emphasizes inquiry, critical thinking, and the process of science • Its success is backed by countless scientific studies that demonstrate its effectiveness • It’s built around the idea that humans construct knowledge and meaning from their learning experiences. That they build upon their prior knowledge and to be effective, learning needs to be active and allow the participants to construct new knowledge from their experiences ---------------------------------- What's included? Engagement Phase - This could involve a short video with probing question or a discussion based around current events, common misconceptions, etc. - Creates interest and excitement for your students - Asks questions and probes their initial conceptions - In this bundle, your students will be immediately gripped as they watch a short video designed to peak their interest Exploration Phase - Students use and develop creative thinking skills, make observations, record results, and make connections - This bundle comes with a 7-station, Lab Activity where they will gain real experiences with the topic **Note: The lab station activity requires very little preparation or materials** Explanation Phase - This is the instructional phase where concepts are presented to the students in a clear and applicable way - Students develop understanding of the content - Observations and experiences are discussed and critiqued - Students develop vocabulary - Students are able to connect the content presented to previous experiences - This bundle includes one lesson in PowerPoint and .PDF formats. Elaborate Phase - This phase involves the students completing an activity or assignment that forces them to expand their thinking and knowledge of the topic. They will propose solutions and extend their learning to new situations - This bundle includes a reading comprehension article **Note: This activity requires no preparation or materials** Evaluate Phase - Your students' will demonstrate their understanding and evaluate their own progress
TeachWithFergy
Cell Membrane and Transport – A Device-Based Scavenger Hunt ActivityQuick View

Cell Membrane and Transport – A Device-Based Scavenger Hunt Activity

Cell Membrane and Transport - A Digital, Device-Based resource that will get your kids out of their seats, engaged, utilizing technology, and collaborating to solve real problems and test their knowledge. This activity works well across grades as a means of assessment, review, and/or instruction. This activity is the coolest thing I've created and your kids are going to love it, mine do. Think of a scavenger hunt, then add devices (Smartphones, Chromebooks, Laptops, or Tablets), engaged students, and learning through assessment and you have this resource. Quick Disclaimer. In order to use this activity, your classroom must have at least 1 device per 3 students. Smartphones, Chromebooks, Laptops, and Tablets will all work perfectly. The wording and delivery make this resource perfect for a wide range of grade levels. If for some reason you feel this hunt isn't perfect for your classroom, I'm happy to refund your purchase no questions asked. The Content Includes: The Content Includes: • Transport across cell membranes o Active o Passive • Carrier proteins • Diffusion and osmosis • Hypertonic, hypotonic, and isotonic • Hydrophobic and hydrophilic Here's how you implement them: ��� Print the QR codes and place them around the room • Place your students into groups • Let them loose! They move from Location to Location as they complete their tasks. Each Task is assigned by scanning the QR code and there are 5 Tasks per Scavenger Hunt Activity. • Have them submit their answers directly to your email via a form on my website.
TeachWithFergy
Technology in the Classroom Ask an Expert about Ancient Cultures:Quick View

Technology in the Classroom Ask an Expert about Ancient Cultures:

Website forums allow students to e-mail their questions to experts and receive a response within days. This type of person to person correspondence allows for to students to discover how Professional study is conducted in a variety of field , to gain new insights into a subject to receive the most up to date information, and to get clarification on abstract or difficult concepts. Time: This assignment will take one or two class periods. Task: Formulate questions for online experts Purpose: To gain more in depth knowledge of ancient cultures Directions: 1. Identify areas of interest in ancient cultures. Topics may (but are not limited to…) a. Indo-European language families b. The Aryan Caste System c. The Origins and diffusion of Hinduism or Buddhism, d. Judaism and the Kingdom of Israel e. Similarities and differences among Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism 2. Use online forums and submit 1-2 questions- asking for clarification, in-depth information, or information on your topic of importance and why it is relevant today. 3. Create an “ask the Expert” bulletin board in the classroom where you can post your questions and the responses you have received. Technology tips: A. You can use keywords such as “Buddhism online forum” as a starting place B. Typing, “Ask an Expert” into a search engine will generate a list of sites. Many of these are designed for K-12 Students C. The Virtual Reference Desk (VRD) sponsored by the United States Department of Education is a good resource. Digital reference, or Ask A (Short for “as a librarian”) service, assist users in location information using library resources. Here you can learn about VDR through a Web site called the Librarian’s index to the Internet D. Local Libraries often have virtual reference desks. Here you should look for links on the local library homepage. My Web Librarian is one name to look for
Linni0011
Five weeks of The Cell Bellringers Warm Ups with Answer KeyQuick View

Five weeks of The Cell Bellringers Warm Ups with Answer Key

Five weeks of The Cell Bellringers with handouts for student answers! Answer Key Included Other bellringers available: The first week of my Scientific Method Bellringers FREE HERE Four weeks of the Scientific Method HERE Four weeks of Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration HERE Three weeks of General Ecology HERE Four weeks of Biomes HERE You will receive 25 days of bellringers/warm ups Week 1: Word of the Week: Cell Theory Read and Respond: Three Tenets of the Cell Theory Compare and Contrast: Prokaryote and Eukaryote Problem Solving: Prokaryote and Eukaryote Evolution Anything Goes: Schleiden, Schwann, and Virchow Week 2: Word of the Week: Plasma Membrane Read and Respond: Importance of the Plasma Membrane Compare and Contrast: Animal Cell and Plant Cell Problem Solving: Flagellum and Cilia Anything Goes: Robert Hooke Week 3: Word of the Week: Endoplasmic Reticulum Read and Respond: Tolerance to Medication Compare and Contrast: Smooth and Rough ER Problem Solving: Protein Transport within the Cell Anything Goes: Antoine van Leeuwenhoek Week 4: Word of the Week: Nucleus Read and Respond: Passive Transport Compare and Contrast: Passive and Active Transports Problem Solving: Diffusion Anything Goes: Animal Cell Structures Week 5: Word of the Week: Cell Wall Read and Respond: Tonicity Compare and Contrast: Endocytosis and Exocytosis Problem Solving: Endocytosis Anything Goes: Plant Cell Structures
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