Eye revision sheet - AQA Biology 9-1Quick View
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Eye revision sheet - AQA Biology 9-1

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Recap sheet for lesson after teaching the eye AQA Biology or Combined 9-1 GCSE Made to match the OUP textbook but can be used with any Meant to be an independent revision or recap task
The human eye primary science worksheetsQuick View
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The human eye primary science worksheets

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2 worksheets for use in a KS2 lesson about the parts of the human eye: *Labelling key parts of the eye *Explaining what different parts of the eye do These worksheets are a small segment of a full lesson on the human eye, which covers light sources, how we see and the functions of the parts of the eye. The full lesson, which also includes a teaching PowerPoint, differentiated task sheets and full planning, can be found in my TES shop here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-human-eye-a-primary-science-lesson-11516052
3D Dissection of the eye foldable. Create a model of the structure of the eye and pin labels to it.Quick View
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3D Dissection of the eye foldable. Create a model of the structure of the eye and pin labels to it.

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Engage your students as they learn all about the eye as they make an interactive foldable eye that can be stuck in their books. This is an ideal activity if you do not have access to eyes or if students are to squeamish to complete it themselves. This resource pack comes with: 1) the foldable template 2) a (F) differentiated sheet with pins and a table already completed 3) a (H) differentiated sheet with pins and a table that needs to be completed by students 4) A worksheet that asks students to research the functions of the main parts of the eye 5) photos of the finished of the finished design to model to students 6) A brief description of a method of how to carry out an eye dissection
Human evolution resourcesQuick View
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Human evolution resources

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I made the 'features' worksheet as a group activity following the powerpoint on human vs ape characteristics. Each group had one sheet which they had to label and then talk about to the class. The 'characteristics of bipedalism&' sheet helps ensure students understand the significance of traits associated with bipedalism rather than just memorising the traits themselves. Can also set up fun activities such as making human and ape skull models out of play dough - students loved this and remembered the features of the skulls and the differences between them really well!
Evolution of complex lifeQuick View
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Evolution of complex life

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Professor Brian Cox explains the theory that the development of the eye by a predator in the Cambrian era may have started an evolutionary explosion and the development of complex life forms. Evidence for this is found in the fossil records. It is suggested trilobites which were predators in the Cambrian era some 500 million years ago may have developed complex eyes. This gave them a greater advantage to catch prey and may have quickly led to the evolution of light sensitive organs by other animals both predator and prey by evolution.
Explaining EvolutionQuick View
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Explaining Evolution

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Explains Charles Darwin's theory of evolution and how animals have evolved/ adapted to suit their environment.
Evolution and Inheritance - The Game of Survival - Year 6Quick View
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Evolution and Inheritance - The Game of Survival - Year 6

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Can you succeed in the Game of Survival? Take part in a series of challenges and see if you can accrue enough points to make it onto the Game of Survival leaders’ board. You will need to have your evolutionary wits about you and a keen eye for the survival of the fittest. Includes 6 session plans & resources: 01 - Inheritance detective 02 - Mutations and adaptations 03 - Extreme survival 04 - Meet the evolutionary pioneers 05 - Fossils and evolutionary trees 06 - The tale of the giraffe's neck Hamilton’s science scheme provides children with a broad but comprehensive experience of primary science that systematically covers all of the National Curriculum for England objectives. Each year group is split into 6 blocks of 6 sessions, each of which can be completed within a half-term. We present them in a recommended teaching order, but you may adapt this to fit your requirements. Working scientifically, investigations and meaningful outcomes are fully incorporated in each block. Find out more: www.hamilton-trust.org.uk/scites
Evolution & Brewer's YeastQuick View
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Evolution & Brewer's Yeast

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Evolutionary changes occur slowly. Fossils indicate the evolution of reptiles into mammals spanned millions of years. Scientists have always thought the evolution of single-celled organisms into multi-cellular ones took eons as well. But maybe that wasn't the case. Researchers experimenting with a common brewer’s yeast think evolution from single-celled to multi-celled organisms might have happened in the blink of an eye on the geologic time scale.
The Human Eye PresentationQuick View
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The Human Eye Presentation

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The Human Eye PowerPoint Presentation This is a 50 SLIDE animated, colorful (but highly informative) and fully editable PowerPoint Presentation that covers all things your students must know about the Human Eye. It has a lot of information so it can suit different type of students from different ages, and as it is fully editable you can make it your own! :) It specifically covers: 1. The Human Eye- Definition, Function, Dimmensions 2.Parts of the Human Ear- Conjuctiva, Sclera, Cornea, Aqueous Humour, Lens, Pupil, Uvea, Iris, Ciliary Body, Choroid, Vitreous Humor, Retina, Macula, Optic Disc and Optic Nerve-Definition, location and function 3. Eye physiology- Steps during the visión act 4. Field of View (FOV) 5. Eye Diseases and Disorders- Myopia, Hyperopia, Astigmatism, Color Blindness 6. 8 MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS to review 7. Let's Discuss activities- For a dynamic class 8. Interesting Facts about the Human Eye and Vision 9. Hyperlinks to videos related to the Human Eye and Vision PLEASE DO NOT FORGET to leave your feedback, it helps me to improve my material!
Human Eye Labelling WorksheetsQuick View
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Human Eye Labelling Worksheets

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Human Eye Labelling Worksheets: A series of 3 differentiated worksheets for pupils to label parts of the human eye. Includes answers. For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk
Product EvolutionQuick View
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Product Evolution

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Two resources for teaching AS some exmaples of how procut have evolved. ( as is required for them to know in Section B: Design and Market influences.
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) The EyeQuick View
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AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) The Eye

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A cut and stick activity to cover long- and short-sightedness A diagram of the eye to label A presentation that covers the pupil reflex and includes a useful flash interactive animation that can be used to illustrate the changes in the lens that occur during accommodation. A crossword that covers the roles of all parts of the eye.
The Human Eye PowerPoint PresentationQuick View
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The Human Eye PowerPoint Presentation

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The Human Eye PowerPoint Presentation This is a 50 SLIDE animated, colorful (but highly informative) and fully editable PowerPoint Presentation that covers all things your students must know about the Human Eye. It has a lot of information so it can suit different type of students from different ages, and as it is fully editable you can make it your own! :) It specifically covers: 1. The Human Eye- Definition, Function, Dimmensions 2.Parts of the Human Ear- Conjuctiva, Sclera, Cornea, Aqueous Humour, Lens, Pupil, Uvea, Iris, Ciliary Body, Choroid, Vitreous Humor, Retina, Macula, Optic Disc and Optic Nerve-Definition, location and function 3. Eye physiology- Steps during the visión act 4. Field of View (FOV) 5. Eye Diseases and Disorders- Myopia, Hyperopia, Astigmatism, Color Blindness 6. 8 MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS to review 7. Let's Discuss activities- For a dynamic class 8. Interesting Facts about the Human Eye and Vision 9. Hyperlinks to videos related to the Human Eye and Vision PLEASE DO NOT FORGET to leave your feedback, it helps me to improve my material!
Inheritance and evolution - fossils, dominant genes and inheritance.Quick View
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Inheritance and evolution - fossils, dominant genes and inheritance.

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In these resources, children will learn about how animals have evolved and adapted over time by comparing a range of fossils to current animals. This includes a quiz about fossils and dinosaurs. Secondly, children will select and stick on two family members (it doesn't have to be parents as there are varying circumstances) They are to think about and collect a range of characteristics from both people. There are some examples listed that are common inheritance genes. There is then a box to record their findings and make predictions about dominant genes. E.g/ attached earlobes, eye colour, etc.
The Human Eye - 7 Engaging Lab Station ActivitiesQuick View
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The Human Eye - 7 Engaging Lab Station Activities

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Product Description This fully editable Lab Station Activity on The Human Eye is meant to get your students out of their seats and engaged in the content. Each station not only offers a unique opportunity to test your students knowledge (offer an opinion, answer questions based on a video or reading, draw, etc.), but also provides a fantastic learning opportunity where your kids are learning through assessment. Each station comes with a description card while some also contain more detailed instructions, a reading, questions to answer, etc. Students are equipped with a recording sheet (passport) to write their answers. There is almost no prep for you. Simply print the cards, lay them out around the room and you're all set. An answer key is also provided where applicable. This lab activity covers: - Basic Anatomy of the Eye - Functions of the Eye - Common Eye Problems - Laser Eye Surgery This activity is a wonderful complement to my Eye lesson. How do the Lab Stations work? Each station is specially designed to be a unique complement to the material while at the same time, provide a valuable learning experience. Below is an overview of how each station works. In your activity, each will be tailored to the specific content. Station 1: Get Hands-On – using their creative skills, students are required to draw or build. Station 2: Research – using a classroom computer or their own device, students must research a specific question/issue surrounding the topic. Station 3: Explain yourself – students write down an opinion to a question in paragraph form. Station 4: Rest Station - students can use this time to catch up on work they didn't have time to complete at a previous station or prepare themselves for an upcoming one. Station 5 - Applicability reading – students read a short passage from an article, website, etc. which directly connects the classroom content to a real life application. Station 6: Test your knowledge – students answer 5 multiple choice questions then provide a written explanation for how/why they came to their conclusions. Station 7: Learn from the expert – using a classroom computer or their own device, students must watch a short video clip and answer the associated questions. They may stop, rewind and restart as often as they like during the time frame. Station 8 - Rest Station. Station 9: Become the question master – Students must create 2 multiple-choice questions, 2 true/false questions and 1 short answer question. Students must also supply the answers.