Contains a table which students can fill in on the different nutrients, what it is used for in the body, sources and defiency diseases. They can use a suitable textbook or the internet to do this.
Also has questions about a balanced diet.
This two slide PowerPoint contains two activities on cloning.
The first is a cut and stick activity on how Dolly the sheep was cloned.
The second looks at the ethics of animal cloning and can be used to start a class discussion on the topic.
This contains two worksheets plus the answers.
The first is a diagram showing the menstrual cycle with blank missing events that the students have to add. They then use the completed diagram to answer questions.
Students are shown the 'cannabis facts' and discuss how reliable they think these statements are.
They then are asked if they think cannabis should be legalised or not by a show of hands.
Then they work in pairs and are given a sheet from 'cannabis evidence'. They must use the internet to collect scientific evidence to back up the claim e.g. if cannabis causes mental illness. You may want to give each pair the weblinks on the last slide to help them with this.
The sheets are then stuck up around the class for others to read and a new vote is taken - who has changed their mind and why?
Complete revision resources for AQA Science Units 1, 2 and 3 for Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Also some planning for 6 mark questions is included.
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A resource aimed at advanced biology students, this worksheet provides a series of questions requiring one word answers on the topic of the immune system. Areas covered include non specific defence, specific defence, inflammation, barriers, phagocytes, lymphocytes, antibodies, antigens, T-cells, B-cells. Useful as a resource to recap key terminology, questions can be deleted or added as required. Answers to all the question are given on the second page of the worksheet.