This 16 slide power point presentation covers the main anatomic structures of the Digestive System for a high school Anatomy & Physiology or Biology course. This product gives an opportunity to take Cornell style notes and includes structures such as the pharynx, esophagus, small intestine, gall bladder, liver, pancreas, large intestine, etc. This presentation gives a good foundation for any discussion of the digestive system. Filled with diagrams and pictures to enhance learning this editable power point is great for note taking skills for students of any level including English Learners, EL, as well as more advanced students. If you like this product please check back soon as we will be posting more in the near future. If you have any questions or concerns about any part of one of our products please let us know and we will be happy to work with you. Thank you! Team Beaumont
This 10 slide power point presentation covers the first part of my unit on the Teeth and Digestive System for a high school Anatomy & Physiology or Biology course. This product includes an introduction to the parts of a tooth and some tooth disorders and gives an opportunity to take Cornell style notes. This is a good beginning of a discussion of teeth or the digestive system. Filled with diagrams and pictures to enhance learning this editable power point is great for note taking skills for students of any level including English Learners, EL, as well as more advanced students. If you like this product please check back soon as we will be posting more in the near future. If you have any questions or concerns about any part of one of our products please let us know and we will be happy to work with you. Thank you! Team Beaumont
Contains (rough) outline of lessons, powerpoint, some cards with facts about the planets and a factsheet for students to fill in, a moon phases flickbook and a space game with counters. It is all aimed at low level year 7s (level 1-4) that I teach in small withdrawal groups. Feel free to comment - all feedback gratefully received!
Lovely animation showing food passing through the digestive system. I didn't make this, but when I found it, I just wanted to share!
Mentions different enzymes and locations of different organs in the digestive system. Very child-friendly visuals and language.
Contains brief outline of lessons (although this is geared to me so might not make much sense to anyone else!), powerpoint with links to videos, and pupil worksheets and wordsearch. Aimed at SEN students completing the OCR entry level science course.
Covers: structure of the earth, tectonic theory, earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis...
Low level unit on cells. Included is the booklet for the unit, supporting documents/files, and an outline lesson order (not detailed plans though). I've created it to use with two SEN year 7 groups (p8 - level 2) this year.
A worksheet aimed at advanced level biology students, this resource focuses on the mechanism of action of agonists and antagonists. The worksheet includes a diagram and explanation of how agonists and antagonists work, followed by some examples of common drugs and chemicals that can act as agonists or antagonists of the autonomic nervous system.
A diagram of the parasympathetic and sympathetic branches of the autonomic nervous system is included and is required for the final page of the worksheet - a series of questions that asks students to predict the effect of various drugs and poisons (e.g. beta blockers, muscarine, atropine, etc).
This is a good activity for making the link between theory and practice; most students really enjoy being able to predict the action of a drug from a simple understanding of its mechanism.
A second, shorter worksheet is also included on the same topic which could be used as a revision activity once the key concepts have been taught.
Key words: agonist, anatgonist, sympathetic, parasympathetic, sympathetic, autonomic, muscarine, beta blockers, atropine, noradrenaline, acetylcholine, sarin
This resource is aimed at advanced biology students and includes two differentiated practical schedules for the observation of phototactic behaviour in blowfly larvae (maggotts).
Both schedules include a brief introduction to the nature of taxis behaviour, followed by details of the practical task. A table to collate data is provided, followed by a step-by-step method of using the chi-squared test to assess statistical significance.
The worksheet for higher ability students also contains extra challenge questions on the reason for statistical testing and the rationale for using chi-squared.
Key words: behaviour, blowfly larvae, maggotts, statistics, phototaxis, light, response, chi-squared
A worksheet aimed at advanced biology students, this resource serves as a recap of key events that occur during muscle contraction. The worksheet includes reference to the appearance of striated muscle fibres when in a state of contraction and relaxation (e.g. I bands, A-bands, H-zone) and the sequence of events that occur at the neuromuscular junction when a nerve impuse triggers muscle contraction.
Key words: muscle, fibres, A-band, I-band, H-zone, contraction, relaxation, calcium, troponin, tropomyosin, myosin, actin