Aerobic RespirationQuick View

Aerobic Respiration

Designed to the new specification for AQA. Can be adapted to suit student learning or teacher lead activities. Introduces respiration and discusses it's role within cells. Slides lead the learner through discovering the equation and it's comparison to photosynthesis. Real life application questions cover how exercising leads to anaerobic respiration. Foundation and Higher exam style questions attached to be used for practise / plenary.
Jubblord
GCSE Worksheet on RespirationQuick View

GCSE Worksheet on Respiration

A visually appealing A4 worksheet/placemat for GCSE students on Respiration, covering both Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration. Perfect for use when both teaching the topic area and also when revising. The worksheet will help students learn the equations for respiration, it's role in living things and also familiarise themselves with key words related to the topic. As a suggestion the resource could be laminated and completed by students using OHP pens and then cleaned off for future use with other pupils. Could even be used as a progress test with students too. An answer sheet is included for teachers.
beckystoke
RespirationQuick View

Respiration

KS3 (or low ability KS4) Respiration lesson with activities.
Toehead
Anaerobic RespirationQuick View

Anaerobic Respiration

Two GCSE worksheets which cover the following: What is anaerobic respiration? What are the reactants and products of anaerobic respiration? Why is anaerobic respiration used? What is muscle fatigue and how is it resolved? What are the similarities and differences between anaerobic respiration and aerobic respiration? What are the benefits and drawbacks of anaerobic respiration over aerobic respiration? Why is it important to increase capacity for both as a marathon runner? FULL ANSWERS INCLUDED!!
DanBrown360
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
A Level Respiration SummaryQuick View

A Level Respiration Summary

A respiration summary mat, which contains the main steps and key information about respiration for A level students, and some key recall questions which students can use to test themselves and ensure they can recall the key facts. Both useful revision strategies so that the key facts can then be applied in exam questions.
drhollywilliams
Introduction to RespirationQuick View

Introduction to Respiration

Here is a lesson I have put together to introduce both equations for respiration. Includes Powerpoint Concept Cartoon Starter Differentiated worksheet Help sheet Extension task on mitochondrial disease.
thatdannyguy
Aerobic RespirationQuick View

Aerobic Respiration

Aerobic, Cellular, respiration. Mitochondria, Year 8 Year 9. GCSE content. Red Blood cells. Haemoglobin. Use in a middle-high ability KS3 class. Has some GCSE content. Makes clear that respiration is the generation of energy from glucose and oxygen. Rather than Breathing. Powerpoint.
tom_howard12
Aerobic Respiration (KS3)Quick View

Aerobic Respiration (KS3)

This resource is a lesson aimed at teaching KS3 Biology, Cells. It is aimed at teaching the AQA GCSE course from the beginning of year 9. This lesson looks at Aerobic respiration and how it helps in the release of energy during respiration. This lesson has 3 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: *Identify the different parts of the respiratory system. *Describe the difference between breathing and respiration. *Explain aerobic respiration by using the equation. This lesson is designed challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations will work in your lesson. Enjoy!
MrBPhysics
Anaerobic RespirationQuick View

Anaerobic Respiration

Was made for high ability year 8 group. Has 3 routes depending on confidence/ability. All tasks and answers are included, can print answers for self assessment. I got mine to place strength, weakness and next steps in book and they did the next steps as a starter the next lesson. This lesson built on previous aerobic respiration lesson.
covick
NEW AQA Trilogy GCSE (2016) Biology - Anaerobic RespirationQuick View

NEW AQA Trilogy GCSE (2016) Biology - Anaerobic Respiration

This lesson is designed for the NEW AQA Trilogy Biology GCSE, particularly the 'Bioenergetics' 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 Firstly pupils are asked to consider why organisms may not be able to continuously carry out aerobic respiration. They can discuss in pairs and then as a class and be introduced to the idea of anaerobic respiration. They will fill then complete a fill-in-the-blank task to sum up this process. Pupils will then watch a video where they will answer questions about anaerobic respiration, their answers can be checked against the mark scheme provided. Now pupils are introduced to the idea of oxygen debt, they are given an information card in pairs (for lower ability classes you may want to tag read this as a class) and then pupils will need to answer questions about this information. They can talk about in partners, once finished they can self or peer assess their work. Finally the different products of anaerobic respiration that are made in different organisms are highlighted, it is touched upon in the video but this is clear slide to show anaerobic respiration in plants, bacteria and yeast. Pupils will complete some exam-style questions to assess their knowledge of this topic, can be answered in the back of their books to fully test them! Pupils can then mark their own work using the mark scheme provided. 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 Trilogy GCSE (2016) Biology - Aerobic RespirationQuick View

NEW AQA Trilogy GCSE (2016) Biology - Aerobic Respiration

This lesson is designed for the NEW AQA Trilogy Biology GCSE, particularly the 'Bioenergetics' 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 an introduction of the process of aerobic respiration including the word equations that pupils will need to learn. Next is a video, pupils will need to answer questions whilst watching the video, once it is finished they can self-assess their work using the mark scheme provided. Pupils are then introduced to the idea that aerobic respiration is exothermic and look specifically at the ultra-structure of the cell and which parts are important for respiration, this activity is a match up activity that pupils can complete and then mark. A mid-plenary is a true or false task and the final activity is a levelled worksheet pupils will complete using information cards on how animal and plant organisms use the energy released by respiration. Once finished they can self-assess using the mark scheme on the PowerPoint slides. Pupils have a choice of two activities to complete for their plenary - either an anagram challenge or a summary sentence using a list of key words. 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
Foldable lung dissection. Make a model of the lungs - respiration, gas exchange and alveoliQuick View

Foldable lung dissection. Make a model of the lungs - respiration, gas exchange and alveoli

Engage your students as they learn all about the structure and function of the lungs, as they make an interactive foldable lung that can be coloured and stuck in their books. This is an ideal activity if you do not have access to lungs for dissection or if students are to squeamish to complete it themselves. Can be linked to various biology topics throughout the curriculum and keystages This resource pack comes with: 1) the foldable template 2) dissection cutout pins and a table for the labels 3) Photos to show students how to create the foldable. See my other foldable resources here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TRJ
TRJ
Aerobic and anaerobic respirationQuick View

Aerobic and anaerobic respiration

A complete lesson to compare the processes of aerobic and anaerobic respiration. The lesson features engaging video clips looking at the effects of aerobic and anaerobic respiration on the body, a foldable resource with instructions to compare the processes, review questions with answers for assessment and an application of knowledge task to explain the lactic acid concentration in the blood of a runner. A 6 mark question is also included to explain changes in the body during exercise
runningmad123
Anaerobic RespirationQuick View

Anaerobic Respiration

This resource is a lesson aimed at teaching KS3 Biology, Cells. It is aimed at teaching the AQA GCSE course from the beginning of year 9. This lesson looks at Aerobic respiration and how it helps in the release of energy during respiration. This lesson has 3 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: *Identify what anaerobic respiration is. *Describe the difference between aerobic and anaerobic respiration. *Explain muscle fatigue and oxygen debt. This lesson is designed challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations will work in your lesson. Enjoy!
MrBPhysics
CB8d Edexcel - Aerobic and anaerobic respirationQuick View

CB8d Edexcel - Aerobic and anaerobic respiration

The lessons starts by reviewing previous learning before looking at aerobic and anaerobic respiration via demonstrations and questions. The lesson then get students to focus on a comparison of aerobic and anaerobic respiration in the style of a GSCE 6 mark question. The lesson concludes with an exit ticket
ScienceMastery