A full lesson to guide students through the process of protein synthesis (aimed at higher students so could be useful for A Level as well). Includes<br />
-a starter<br />
-levelled outcomes<br />
-cards to help pupils as a whole class use a drama to act out the process of transcription and translation you will need a length of rope and pegs to hang the cards on<br />
-pupil worksheet which includes a focussed exam question<br />
- a mark scheme for pupils to peer or self assess with improvement targets<br />
-extension activity<br />
This is a 12 slide power point for the GCSE Biology syllabus. It was made for Higher tier and Triple Science students.<br />
The slides include: DNA structure, chromosomes, genes, bases, genes, alleles, ribosomes, DNA replication and protein synthesis.<br />
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A level Biology PROTEIN SYNTHESIS, TRANSCRIPTION, TRANSLATION, SYNTHESIS lesson plans, resources, assessment, worksheets, presentations<br />
Please have a look at the other A Level Biology resources that I have put on TES too (All topics are covered)<br />
You will find a complete unit of work with:<br />
Lesson plans<br />
Teacher plans and student plans with homework questions.<br />
Assessments and mark Schemes<br />
<p>PowerPoint file looking at animal adaptions in different environments including conditions in arctic and desert. Images of animals that inhabit these places allow student to discuss types of adaption including surface area to volume ratio. AQA b1b </p>
<p>aqa GCSE science - ISA skill - worksheet to help pupils to identify independent and dependent variable, create empty table for said variables, select graph or chart to use and labeling graph axis base. Idea is to help address section 1 of ISA - HSW</p>
aqa GCSE ISA marking criteria - explains PSA and section 1 and 2 of the ISA . Can be used to inform pupils how to gain best marks. Used to do the trial ISAs to good effect so far, transfered to real thing well. Could be an AFL task.
This is for a 100 minute lesson, but there are two tasks which could be split over two 50 min lessons.
The Timeline Poster is one activity and the Darwin text based activity is the second activity.
The text may be too textual for low ability or low reading age students, my low reading age group had an LSA and they were ACE!