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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.
ScienceMastery
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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.
jst52
GCSE Diffusion, Osmosis and Active Transport WorksheetsQuick View

GCSE Diffusion, Osmosis and Active Transport Worksheets

A comprehensive pack of five worksheets aimed at GCSE Biology students, covering the topic of 'transport across membranes'. The worksheets are visually appealing and are designed to encourage independent learning and familiarisation of the key terminology. Students can use textbooks or their notes to complete the sheets. The sheets could also be used for revision of the topic or as an assessment. Answers sheets are provided for each worksheet. The pack includes the following worksheets: 1.) Diffusion 2.) Factors that affect diffusion 3.) Osmosis (two versions: one using water potential in the definition, the other using water concentration. 4.) Active transport 5.) Summary crossword on all of the above
beckystoke
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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.
rak135
NEW AQA Trilogy GCSE (2016) Biology - DiffusionQuick View

NEW AQA Trilogy GCSE (2016) Biology - Diffusion

This resource meets specification points for the new AQA Trilogy GCSE Biology 'Cells' SoW. For other resources designed for the NEW AQA Trilogy GCSE Biology, Chemistry and Physics specifications please visit my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SWiftScience This lesson begins by getting pupils to think about what diffusion is and then giving them the scientific definition for the process. Pupils will then need to read statements about the stages of diffusion, look at diagrams demonstrating these stages and match them together in their books. This activity will be self-assessed using the answers in the PowerPoint presentation. Pupils will then need to think > pair > share about the factors they think will affect the rate of diffusion. Once they have come up with their own ideas and shared them as a class you can show them the animation provided to demonstrate how concentration of particles and size affects the rate of diffusion. Pupils are then asked to consider how temperature might affect the rate, you can demonstrate this affect using the link to another animation which demonstrates this effect. Pupils will then complete a fill-in-the-blank task to demonstrate their knowledge of how these different factors affect the rate of diffusion, which can be self-assessed using the answers provided. Pupils will then look at the importance of diffusion in living organisms and specifically the types of adaptation organism might have to speed up the rate of diffusion. The final activity is a past-paper questions, when completed pupils will self-asses using the mark scheme. The plenary activity is quick past-paper question to complete and mark.
SWiftScience
Diffusion, Osmosis & Active Transport Revision Task CardsQuick View

Diffusion, Osmosis & Active Transport Revision Task Cards

Set of 16 task cards to cover the unit on diffusion, osmosis and active transport. Each card is saved as a full page PDF so that you can decide how many you want to print to a page. Includes Student Answer Sheet and Answer Key. This product forms part of my Biology Task Card Growing Bundle. Any feedback will be appreciated.
liezelpienaar
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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.
nparkie0
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Diffusion

Explanation of diffusion, plus a 'create a flow chart' activity. Word search of key terms with a hidden message. (solutions supplied). Diffusion terms matching exercise. (Solution supplied)
alimitch53
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Diffusion

Hope this ready-to-go power point with a main focus on Diffusion (suitable for CIE GCSE Coordinated science C3.2 and Year 7 - Diffusion, Particles is as useful for you as it is for me. I have tried to incorporate activities within the powerpoint to save on download data: written questions, past paper exam questions; mark schemes, and plenty of AfL throughout. Anyway take a look, give it a go, and if you happen to take something from it that was positive please leave a review. Thanks!!!
jack_cooper1991
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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.
captainphysics
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Diffusion

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 Clear learning objectives and outcomes Modern and engaging layout Little adaptation needed Please give feedback :D
Vgnfz11z
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Diffusion - NEW GCSE

NEW GCSE 2016 Diffusion - This lesson is based on the AQA Specification - This lesson covers: - The definition of diffusion - Relating diffusion to surface area - Why diffusion is important to cells This lesson contains: - Powerpoint file (whole lesson) Questions are from the new Kerboodle GCSE 1-9 textbook.
hannahradford
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Diffusion

Lesson about diffusion. It is based on an experiment used potassium permanganate and hot/cold water. Aimed at Y7, but it can be adapted.
ugobat
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Diffusion

Diffusion 1 X Quality Assured 60 minute lessons, including the following: - Starter and plenary - Fully differentiated content - Lesson objectives covering 1-3 Star. - Exam questions + progress checks - Activities and worksheets included *These lessons have been observed and have been graded outstanding by ALP and LPs*
pjberry21
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Diffusion

2 lessons that cover the theory of diffusion and a scaffolded investigation into Diffusion. rated excellent during an observation. very student led and colourful with full answers provided made for high ability KS3 students.
tkelleher2015
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Diffusion

Check out my other resources at: www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/mr_science Designed for the new specification AQA GCSE( covers spec point 4.1.3.1) course but can be modified for other exam boards. 17 slides covering Diffusion . By the end of the powerpoint students would have covered: -State a definition of diffusion. -Investigate the process of diffusion between two substances. -Describe factors that affect diffusion -Apply your knowledge of diffusion.
mr_science
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Diffusion

two lessons on diffusion including an experiment using tea bags. It was created for year 9 but could be used for year 10 as well.
Mkalashi
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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.
kiran123s