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Biology Tarsia Puzzle: Human Reproduction

Biology Tarsia Puzzle: Human Reproduction

A fun and engaging way to study some of the key components of human reproduction. I like to have these printed on color paper and laminated, ready to give to students who finish other tasks quickly. Really nice kinaesthetic way of learning and problem solving. Included is: the answer table, regular and large tarsia pieces and finally, the solution
ansellwill
Levels of Organization in an Organism Video Notes Guide

Levels of Organization in an Organism Video Notes Guide

This video looks at the levels of organisation in organisms, from smaller than cells to bigger than organs. The video is 2:47 long and has lots of graphics. The video guide is set up with questions to guide student note taking and concludes with an essay question for them to consider. Total this should take students about 20 minutes to complete and discuss with a partner. Link to the video is embedded into the pdf and word file. The resource is given as both a Word document and PDF. Thanks for looking! PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR MORE PRODUCT UPDATES.
Busybugsy
9 KS3 Biology Revision worksheets with answers

9 KS3 Biology Revision worksheets with answers

KS3 Nine revision worksheets on Animal and plant reproduction. It also includes the topics like animal circulatory system and plant transportation system. These files are editable and can be used for revision or class assessment.
Teachers_choice12
KS3 Biology Circulation Choice Board

KS3 Biology Circulation Choice Board

KS3 Circulatory System choice board Students have to complete the 3 compulsory tasks and then choose which other tasks to complete to obtain full points - can be used for in class activities or homework
thompsontim10
Plant defences

Plant defences

An engaging lesson presentation (35 slides) that looks at the different physical and chemical defences that plants use to prevent infection by pathogens. There are clear links made between this topic and earlier plant topics, such as structure of plant cells and leaves, to check that knowledge is sound. Students will learn some examples of the chemical defences and be introduced to specific examples in plants. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students and includes a set homework as part of the lesson.
GJHeducation
Response to exercise - Bioenergetics

Response to exercise - Bioenergetics

A full lesson to fit AQA new GCSE Biology spec - Bioenergetics unit. Includes - differentiated lesson powerpoint Pre - assessment starter task Past paper Qs, levelled RAG, and mark schemes for peer marking.
Killelay
Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Biology Topic 7 – Animal coordination, control and homeostasis.

Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Biology Topic 7 – Animal coordination, control and homeostasis.

An amazing powerpoint which covers every single specification point for this 9-1 GCSE Biology specification. Not only this, but there is also a 4-page worksheet with unique questions on every subunit of the topic, testing students on every aspect of the topic. I GUARANTEE YOU WILL LOVE THIS RESOURCE! LEAVE A REVIEW, SHARE AND VIEW MY OTHER RESOURCES!
kriss_tutor
Mr Gator's Super Science Bundle

Mr Gator's Super Science Bundle

This bundle is on offer for a limited time only. It contains my full KS4 Biology, Chemistry and Physics worksheet packs, a Science Enrichment Day Booklet to support science days in Science and my new Mischievous Science Misconception pack which contains 30 misconception sheets and supporting resources. This is a fantastic deal - don't pass it up!
MrGator
CB7a - Hormones. Edexcel 9-1

CB7a - Hormones. Edexcel 9-1

The lesson starts with recall questions and then moves on to a thinking for learn activity. Students then watch a video and answer some questions based on the video before summerising their understanding. The students then do an exam style question before an exit ticket. I think the resource is good an will promote good learning however it is not as detailed as many of my other lessons so I have listed it for free..... enjoy.
ScienceMastery