Homeostasis and response revision matQuick View

Homeostasis and response revision mat

For unit 5 of AQA’s Triology scheme of work (2018 exam). This makes a concise revision sheet for the important aspects of the menstrual cycle, the nervous system, the endocrine system and control of blood glucose. The revision mat is two pages of A4 that can be printed back to pack and has an additional revision mat with the answers completed.
BLJohnson39
GCSE Homeostasis Worksheet PackQuick View

GCSE Homeostasis Worksheet Pack

A pack of four visually engaging worksheets for GCSE Biology students. The worksheets encourage independent learning as the pupils can work through them following the clear instructions given. The worksheets are useful for when learning the topic, for revision and/or assessment of knowledge and understanding of the topic. The pack covers the following: 1.) Skin structure and its role in temperature regulation 2.) Temperature regulation 3.) Blood sugar control 4.) Summary questions on the homeostasis topic Answers are included to each worksheet, helpful to the non-specialist teaching Biology.
beckystoke
AQA New A2-Level Homeostasis Quick View

AQA New A2-Level Homeostasis

This is a whole scheme of work for the new AQA 2016 A2 level Biology specification, and includes: 1. Pupil booklet covering all worksheets. 2. Power-points for each lesson. 3. Required practical 11. 4. Lesson plans for all lessons. 5. Technicians guide for lessons. This scheme references the textbooks by Toole & Toole and Lowrie and Smith, Boardworks and biofact sheets.
LukeGill13
NEW AQA GCSE Biology - 'Homeostasis' lessonsQuick View

NEW AQA GCSE Biology - 'Homeostasis' lessons

This bundle of resources contains 12 lessons which meet all learning outcomes within the 'Homeostasis' unit for the NEW AQA Biology Specification. Lessons include: 1. Principles of homeostasis 2. The human nervous system 3. Reflex actions 4. The endocrine system 5. The control of blood glucose levels 6. Treating diabetes 7. The role of negative feedback 8. Human reproduction 9. The menstrual cycle 10. Controlling fertility 11. Infertility treatments 12. REQUIRED PRACTICAL: Reaction Time The lessons contain a mix of differentiated activities, progress checks, extra challenge questions and exam questions plus more than one opportunity, per lesson, for self/peer red-pen assessment of tasks.
SWiftScience
Photosynthesis, Respiration and Homeostasis worksheets NEW GCSE BiologyQuick View

Photosynthesis, Respiration and Homeostasis worksheets NEW GCSE Biology

For the NEW AQA GCSE specification in Biology. Worksheets (and answers) to meet the following learning objectives for each lesson identified below: 8.2 Rates of Photosynthesis (worksheet) - which factors limit the rate of photosynthesis in plants - identify correlations - analyse and interpret scientific data 9.1 Aerobic Respiration (worksheets plus answers) The chemistry of what aerobic respiration is Why cellular respiration is so important 9.3 Anaerobic Respiration (worksheet plus answers) - Why less energy is transferred by anaerobic respiration than by aerobic respiration - What is meant by oxygen debt (Higher only) 9.4 Metabolism and the liver (worksheet plus answers) - That metabolism is the sum of all the reactions in a cell or the body of an organism - How the liver is involved in repaying the oxygen debt (higher) 10.1 Principles of homeostasis (worksheet plus answers) - Why it is important to control your internal environment - The key elements of control systems 10.2 Structure and function of the nervous system (Required practical investigation worksheet plus answers) - Why you need a nervous system - How the structure of the nervous system is adapted to its function - How receptors enable you to respond to changes in your surroundings 10.4 The brain (practical investigation worksheet plus answers) - How to measure learning - How scientists find out about the structure and functions of the brain
MEst
AQA Homeostasis & Response  Section LessonsQuick View

AQA Homeostasis & Response Section Lessons

A series of well resourced lessons covering the homeostasis & response section of the 2016 AQA Biology specification. These lessons fit in with the SOW released by AQA. Thanks for looking
chalky1234567
Homeostasis Revision (AQA GCSE Bio 2016)Quick View

Homeostasis Revision (AQA GCSE Bio 2016)

This lesson covers homeostasis content from the new AQA GCSE Biology spec. Areas of focus are endocrine system, reflex arc, negative feedback, blood sugar control, water and ion control, hormones in reproduction and fertility and plant hormones. This lesson includes a variety of activities from gap fills to contraception- guess who. Students are able to work independently or part of a group. This lesson also include 2 accompanying revision worksheets that work alongside the lesson or can be given to students separately as revision homework.
jboateng
NEW AQA Trilogy GCSE Biology (2016) - Principles of HomeostasisQuick View

NEW AQA Trilogy GCSE Biology (2016) - Principles of Homeostasis

This lesson is designed for the NEW AQA Trilogy Biology GCSE, particularly the 'Homeostasis' SoW. For more lessons designed to meet specification points for the NEW AQA Trilogy specifications for Biology, Chemistry and Physics please see my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SWiftScience This lesson begins with a definition of homeostasis and pupils will then need to discuss in pairs the conditions that they think need to be controlled by the body. This leads on to revealing these factors and looking specifically at the way in which water can be lost and gained by the body. Pupils the complete a couple of questions on the topic. Next is a focus on temperature control in the body, pupils need to consider what might happen if the temperature rises too high or falls too low and come up with ideas about how this might affect the body. Having already covered enzymes hopefully they might have some clue about what might happen. You can reveal the answer and pupils then need to complete a small worksheet to summarise these ideas. Next pupils are challenged to think about what parts of our body control our reactions, pupils are asked to complete a challenge which gets them thinking about coordination and they will then write down any organs they think were involved with this process. The nervous and endocrine system are then introduced, pupils will need to copy and complete summary sentences to describe the main structures and functions of these two systems in controlling the body. Pupils will then complete an exam question on the differences between nervous and endocrine control, the mark scheme is provided for pupils to mark their work. Finally pupils look at the role of negative feedback in the body and how this works with the example of temperature control. Pupils will need to sketch a simple graph into their books and use labels provided to demonstrate how this process occurs. Again, the finished diagram is included so pupils can assess their own work. A plenary activity is to complete an exit card listing key words, facts and to pose a question about the work covered in the lesson. All resources are included at the end of the presentation. Thanks for looking, if you have any questions please let me know in the comments section and any feedback would be appreciated :)
SWiftScience
NEW AQA GCSE Biology - 'Homeostasis' lessons - HT onlyQuick View

NEW AQA GCSE Biology - 'Homeostasis' lessons - HT only

This bundle of resources contains 9 whole lessons which meet all learning outcomes for the higher tier, separate science modules within the 'Homeostasis' unit for the NEW AQA Biology Specification. Lessons included: 1. The brain HT 2. The eye HT 3. Common problems of the eye HT 4. Plant hormones & responses HT 5. Using plant hormones HT 6. Controlling body temperature HT 7. Removing waste products HT 8. The kidney HT 9. Dialysis & kidney transplants HT The lessons contain a mix of differentiated activities, progress checks, extra challenge questions and exam questions plus more than one opportunity, per lesson, for self/peer red-pen assessment of tasks.
SWiftScience
HomeostasisQuick View

Homeostasis

A concise lesson presentation (19 slides) and associated worksheet (newspaper articles) that introduces students to the process of homeostasis in the human body and the three main factors (water potential, blood glucose, temperature) that are controlled by this system. The lesson begins by getting the students to work out a code to give them an exemplary definition for homeostasis. A newspaper article is used to get the students to recognise the three factors that are controlled. A quick competition is used to show the students the main parts of any homeostatic control system. This lesson is designed for GCSE students but could be used with both KS3 and A-level as a quick recap
GJHeducation
AQA new specification-B12-Homeostasis in action-Complete bundleQuick View

AQA new specification-B12-Homeostasis in action-Complete bundle

This bundle includes the B12 unit-Homeostasis in action. This is a separates/biology ONLY unit. All lessons have been done in accordance to the specification requirements. Videos have been embedded for ease of use (no internet connection required), and printer friendly resources attached. Search the individual lessons for more information on the lesson content. Save 33% by purchasing this bundle :) Lesson 1-Controlling body temperature Lesson 2-Removing waste products Lesson 3-The human kidney (taught this over 2 lessons, both included in this resource pack). Lesson 4-Dialysis-artificial kidney Lesson 5-Kidney transplants
Paperfriendlyresources
AQA B5 - Homeostasis and Response - 15 LessonsQuick View

AQA B5 - Homeostasis and Response - 15 Lessons

This pack is complete with powerpoint presentations and activities for the Homeostasis and Response unit of work. Resources include: Lesson 1 - Homeostasis Lesson 2 - The nervous system (+ neuron labeling sheet) Lesson 3 - Synapses (+synapses labeling sheet) Lesson 4 - Reflexes Lesson 5 - Investigating reaction time intro Lesson 6 - Investigating how practice affects reaction time (required practical) Lesson 7 - Analysing the reaction time investigation Lesson 8 - The endocrine system Lesson 9 - Controlling blood glucose (+storyboard activity sheet) Lesson 10 - Diabetes and treatment Lesson 11 - Interpreting diabetes graphs Lesson 12 - The menstrual cycle Lesson 13 - hormones in the menstrual cycle (+info search and activity sheet) Lesson 14 - Contraceptives Lesson 15 - Which contraceptive?
frank_arris
HomeostasisQuick View

Homeostasis

A nice introduction powerpoint and worksheet for students to grasp the basics of homeostasis.
Purepoise
HomeostasisQuick View

Homeostasis

14 slides. covers controlling internal environment and interactive activities for your class. a worksheet also included for independent learning.
Mastermalik
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Homeostasis

Check out my other resources at: www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/mr_science Designed for the new specification AQA GCSE( covers spec point 4.5.1 ) course but can be modified for other exam boards. 11 slides covering Homeostasis. By the end of the powerpoint students would have covered: -Define homeostasis; -Recall conditions in the body that need to be controlled; -Describe the features of a control system.
mr_science
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Homeostasis

A worksheet aimed at advanced biology students, this comprehensive set of worksheets can effectively be used to introduce the concept of homeostasis (focusing on negative feedback mechanisms and the need to keep a steady state) and thermoregulation. Students can work their way through each section of the worksheet before a class discussion to check understanding - for some sections a teacher may decide to lead on an explanation before using the worksheet exercises as a way of checking understanding. Key words: homeostasis, negative feedback, thermoregulation, sweating, vasoconstriction, vasodilation, piloerection, shivering
cmrcarr
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Homeostasis

KS 4 22 slide slideshow. This presentation covers the basic principles of homeostatic mechanisms and negative feedback. Thermoregulation and the control of blood glucose are described in much more detail.
mjmckeown