GCSE Enzyme Worksheet PackQuick View

GCSE Enzyme Worksheet Pack

This GCSE Biology resource pack covers the key concepts associated with the enzyme topic. The resources are designed to be visually appealing to students and can be worked through independently. The resource pack can be used to introduce the topic or for revision for the upcoming exams. Included in the pack are: - worksheet on how enzymes work - worksheet on factors that affect enzymes - crossword on the enzyme topic Answer sheets are included for all of the above.
beckystoke
Outstanding enzymes lessonQuick View

Outstanding enzymes lesson

I taught this during an observation and was given an outstanding grade. This an adapted SOLO taxonomy lesson, it runs completely independently and pupils work out everything for themselves. The first task is a jigsaw-like puzzle with enzyme and substrate fitting together, pupils used this to then answer the first task of which enzymes fit which substrates, from this they are able to describe the active site. Task two pupils identify which molecules make up proteins, carbs and lipids and answer why starchy bread becomes sweet. Task three pupils read through a short passage and interpret a graph to understand what is meant by the term optimum temperature. Finally the genius task relates enzyme function to body temperature. Everything needed for this lesson is included.
MC1R
Properties of enzymes - NEW GCSEQuick View

Properties of enzymes - NEW GCSE

NEW GCSE Properties of enzymes (proteins, enzymes & catalysts) - Based on the AQA Specification - this lesson covers: - what proteins and therefore enzymes are made from. - what enzymes are. - relating how the shape of an enzymes enables that protein to enzymes out its function. This lesson includes: - Whole lesson (ppt file) - AfL activity All book pages refer to the OUP kerboodle textbook, but any biology textbook would be suitable to answer the questions in this lesson.
hannahradford
Bacteria & Enzymes in digestion - NEW KS3Quick View

Bacteria & Enzymes in digestion - NEW KS3

NEW KS3 Bacteria & Enzymes in Digestion - based on the Activate SoL - Covers: - Enzymes involved in digestion and their role in the breakdown of different types of food. - Where in the body enzymes are found. -How bacteria aid digestion. This lesson contains: - Powerpoint file (whole lesson) - Scaffold worksheet for lower ability students to help describe the substrates and products of enzyme digestion - A practical activity adapted from another resource. - An AfL plenary The whole unit of work is available at a cost of only £1 per lesson here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/health-and-lifestyle-unit-activate-new-ks3-11237609
hannahradford
Enzymes & digestionQuick View

Enzymes & digestion

This is a duplicate of previous worksheets for those without word 2007 - powerpoint display of digestive enzymes and appropriate worksheets
Dave_gar
Enzymes unitQuick View

Enzymes unit

All my resources for teaching about Enzymes for IGCSE Combined Science - Biology
Masfar
B3.4 Catalysts and enzymesQuick View

B3.4 Catalysts and enzymes

This is for the new AQA GCSE science curriculum and is lesson B3.4 catalysts and enzymes. It contains a PowerPoint and resources to help teach this lesson.
katie_willis05
OCR AS Biology - Action Of EnzymesQuick View

OCR AS Biology - Action Of Enzymes

This is a 29 slide power point specifically to cover all aspects of the OCR AS Biology specification. The syllabus is shown at the beginning so students can tick off each stage of the specification as you teach it. Easy to read text following closely to the specification, colourful diagrams and easy to understand explanations. The slides include structure of enzymes, intracellular and extracellular uses, phagocytosis, action of enzymes, effect of temp, pH, enzyme concentration, substrate concentration (and experimental investigations with graphs), competitive and non-competitive inhibition, rate of reaction, cofactors and co-enzymes, finishing with metabolic poisons as inhibitors and medical drugs acting as inhibitors (again following all examples stated by the specification). 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
EnzymesQuick View

Enzymes

2 Hour lesson fully differentiated lesson on enzymes initially focusing on what an enzyme is and lock and key theory with a number of descriptive demo's and a class practical; then collision theory and denaturing. Would recommend to be used alongside suitable GCSE textbook with information about enzymes.
rustyv88
NEW AQA Trilogy GCSE (2016) Biology - Digestive EnzymesQuick View

NEW AQA Trilogy GCSE (2016) Biology - Digestive Enzymes

A PowerPoint and worksheet aimed at the NEW AQA Trilogy GCSE specification, designed for the 'Organisation' SoW. This is a lesson I used in an Ofsted inspection which received an 'Outstanding' grading. For more lessons designed for the NEW AQA TRilogy Biology, Chemistry and Physics specification please visit my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SWiftScience Students will recap on the digestive system from previous lessons on tissues and organs and then go on to look at the role of digestive enzymes within the digestive system. Pupils will use posters to answer levelled questions on a worksheet, there is a mini-plenary in the middle of the lesson to regroup and show progress then a final self or peer-assessment of the work completed throughout the lesson. The worksheet resource has three versions, each version contains information on a different digestive enzyme. Students can therefore use each other to compete the table on the first page of the worksheet. The extension sheet and the mini-plenary resources are found at the end of the PowerPoint.
SWiftScience
Enzymes Task CardsQuick View

Enzymes Task Cards

Set of 16 Task Cards on Enzymes. Perfect for revision or as an activity for those early finishers! Each card is on an individual page (saved as a Pdf) so you can decide how many to print to a page. I laminate these and keep them in little plastic envelopes in my class. Students love them! Student answer sheet and answer key included - less marking for you! This product forms part of my Enzyme Bundle as well as Biology Task Card Growing Bundle. Any feedback will be appreciated!
liezelpienaar
NEW AQA Trilogy GCSE (2016) - EnzymesQuick View

NEW AQA Trilogy GCSE (2016) - Enzymes

This lesson is designed to meet specification points for the NEW AQA Trilogy 'organisation' SoW. For more lessons designed to meet specification points for the NEW AQA Trilogy Biology, Chemistry and Physics specifications please visit my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SWiftScience This lesson begins by pupils being introduced to what an enzyme is, what it looks like and it's role in the body. Pupils will then watch a video and will need to answer questions (provided) whilst watching the video, they can self-assess their work using the answers provided. Next pupils are shown a diagram of an enzyme's lock & key mechanism in action, they will need to draw their own diagram of this process and include labels to show what is happening. Next, pupils are introduced to the factors that can affect the rate of enzyme action. They are given a set of data on how temperature affects the rate of reaction. Pupils will need to plot this data onto a graph, they are then given a set of labels which they will need to match to certain points on their graph to describe what is happening. In the next task pupils will need to complete sentences to explain the data that the graph is displaying, pupils can self-assess their work using the answers provided. The very last task requires pupils to look at the effect of pH on the rate of enzyme action, pupils will need to think about the pH needed for enzymes in the stomach to work. They can discuss this question or come up with an answer themselves. The plenary task is a fill-in-the-blank task for pupils to complete in their books, this can be self-assessed using the answers provided. Any questions please let me know by leaving a comment, and any feedback is much appreciated :)!
SWiftScience
Factors affecting enzyme action - complete lesson (KS4)Quick View

Factors affecting enzyme action - complete lesson (KS4)

This lesson is tailored to the new AQA (B3.5) SOW but can be used for others. The lesson includes the effect of pH and temperature upon enzymes and uses video to relate extremophiles to the topic. Students must then plot a graph of data relating to pepsin activity and temperature and are scaffolded up to calculating the rate of reaction. Students can then explain their findings with the knowledge they have obtained within the lesson relating to denaturation etc. The plenary is based upon students reflecting upon their progress against the learning objectives.
matt_nick1in
GCSE Digestion, Teeth, Enzymes and Absorption BundleQuick View

GCSE Digestion, Teeth, Enzymes and Absorption Bundle

A pack of eight worksheets for the teaching or revision of the GCSE Biology topic ''Digestion and Enzymes'. Worksheets are designed to be visually appealing, engaging and encourage independent learning by students. The pack includes: 1.) Worksheet on the structure and function of the digestive system 2.) Worksheet on the digestion of food by enzymes (differentiated support version provided too) 3.) Worksheet on the overview of digestion (includes role of bile) 4.) Worksheet on absorption and villi adaptations - Now Updated with microvilli added to the diagram and table 5.) Worksheet on the different types of human teeth and their role in ingestion and also the different parts of a tooth. 6.) Worksheet on how enzymes work 7.) Worksheet on factors that affect enzymes 8.) Crossword on the enzyme topic Answer sheets provided for the teacher for all of the worksheets included in the bundle.
beckystoke