A colourful level ladder for pupils to stick into the back of their books. Used for pupils to self assess their progress and to prepare for Ofsted questions such as 'What can you do to improve your level&'. Pupils to fill in date when they accomplish each objective over the year.\n\nAdapted from concept uploaded by buxtocl
A resource aimed at advanced biology students, this is a practical activity worksheet that concisely describes the classic experiment involving methylene blue as an artificial hydrogen acceptor in respiration. The experiment involves setting up three test tubes (two with yeast and methylene blue, one without yeast as a control) and observing the decolouration of methylene blue as it is gradually reduced due to the respiratory activity of yeast. The activity sheet contains the technical details of solutions required, a table for students to record their observations and a series of questions that probe student's understanding of the biochemistry involved with these observations. Answers to the questions are provided on the second, duplicate, worksheet.
Key words: Respiration, glucose, NAD, methylene blue, reduction, oxidation, yeast, control
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KS3/ KS4 science, product design, P. E.
Using information on the properties of materials to design a prosthetic limb. The activity requires students to create, evaluate and use feedback to improve their design.
PPT- This provides an introduction on Paralympic sprinting. It contains a slide with material information cards to be cut out and distributed among pairs of students. These are to support them with their prosthetic design. It then provides guidance for students on the critique of other prosthetic designs in the class. Finally, it contains a prompt slide discussing the advantages and disadvantages of athletes using prosthetic. The related blog-writing task could be set for homework.
Prosthetic design template support sheet- includes a prosthetic template with writing frames that can be used to guide students with their design.
Blog writing frame- provides students who need support with guidance on how to approach their blog.