Bioenergetics AQA Trilogy Revision Pack

Bioenergetics AQA Trilogy Revision Pack

A revision pack for the Bioenergetics topic for the 2018 AQA Trilogy Specification. The revision pack includes a summary powerpoint and differentiated exam questions and answers.
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Quiz questions project

Quiz questions project

This resource is best used for students aged 11-18 as it is a generic template and strategy based on the value of questions and questioning. It is useful due to this. The aim is to prepare a quiz based presentation to share with others or use as a revision resource. The objectives to be fulfilled by the end of this project are; a development in the ability to devise, answer and evaluate key questions. Differentiation is by outcome or teacher selection so, for example, only the most able students are given the trickier tasks or given the role of leadership. Questions are a great learning tool, they have the potential to boost thinking, independent learning, retention, teamwork, collaboration and communication like no other strategy. Teachtoday July 2018
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7A Scheme of Work

7A Scheme of Work

Links with Exploring Science but includes GCSE links to prepare students for the new linear GCSEs. Included: Microscopes Cells Organs Specialised cells Plant systems All powerpoints and resources are included. Please leave feedback :)
heritage07
NEW AQA GCSE Biology BIG BUNDLE: Homeostasis, Inheritance, variation & evolution, Ecology lessons

NEW AQA GCSE Biology BIG BUNDLE: Homeostasis, Inheritance, variation & evolution, Ecology lessons

This is a bundle of whole lessons and resources which meets all specification points for the NEW AQA GCSE Biology Combined Science Trilogy course for the ‘Homeostasis’, ‘Inheritance, variation & evolution’ and ‘Ecology’ SoW, including all higher material. This bundle includes 58 lessons, which is around 14 weeks worth of work, with all additional resources included. The lessons contain a mix of differentiated activities, mid-lesson progress checks, extra challenge tasks, exam-style questions and more than one opportunity, per lesson, for self/peer red-pen assessment of tasks as answers/mark schemes have been provided within the PowerPoint slides. For reviews of any of the lessons or lessons bundles included in this bigger bundle please visit my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SWiftScience Thank you for looking, please ask any questions via the comments section if you need to :)
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NEW AQA GCSE Biology - 'Ecology' lessons ' HT only

NEW AQA GCSE Biology - 'Ecology' lessons ' HT only

This bundle of resources contains 5 whole lessons which meet all learning outcomes for the higher tier, separate science modules within the ‘Ecology’ unit for the NEW AQA Biology Specification. Lessons included: Rates of decomposition Global warming & the impact of change Trophic levels & biomass Transfers of biomass Food production The lessons contain a mix of differentiated activities, progress checks, extra challenge questions and exam questions plus more than one opportunity, per lesson, for self/peer red-pen assessment of tasks.
SWiftScience
NEW AQA GCSE Biology - 'Ecology' lessons

NEW AQA GCSE Biology - 'Ecology' lessons

This bundle of resources contains 15 lessons which meet all learning outcomes within the ‘Ecology’ unit for the NEW AQA Biology Specification. Classification New systems of classification Communities Distribution of organisms Competition Adaptations Feeding relationships Recycling materials (water cycle) Carbon cycle The human population explosion Air pollution Water pollution Deforestation & peat destruction Global warming & the impact of change Maintaining biodiversity
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NEW AQA GCSE Trilogy (2016) Biology - Distribution of Organisms

NEW AQA GCSE Trilogy (2016) Biology - Distribution of Organisms

This lesson is designed for the NEW AQA Trilogy Biology GCSE, particularly the ‘Ecology’ SoW. **For more lessons designed to meet specification points for the NEW AQA Trilogy specifications for Biology, Chemistry and Physics please see my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SWiftScience ** The lesson begins with students recapping on the factors which may affect the distribution of organisms within an environment. Once pupils have discussed their ideas of abiotic and biotic factors which may affect organisms within their habitat they will need to assess their work using the answers provided. The lesson will then focus on sampling techniques, firstly outlining what a quadrat is and how it is used when sampling an environment. The importance of random sampling is stressed & pupils will need to come up with some ideas as to how random samples could be obtained. Once their ideas have been assessed pupils can then move onto a worksheet which demonstrates how random sampling is conducted and explains how to work out the range, mean, median & mode of a data set. Transect sampling is now introduced, pupils will watch a video and answer a set of questions watching the video. Once this task is complete pupils can answer the question using the answers provided on the PowerPoint presentation. The final task is for pupils to perform their own sampling investigation, a worksheet is provided detailing the equipment needed, a method, a species identification key & a results table. Pupils can work in groups of 3 - 5 and use an area close to school such as the sports field / any large grassy area to complete their investigation. Once this is complete pupils can use their data set to find the range, mean, median & mode for each species. The plenary task is for pupils to write down three facts, three key words and a question based on what they have learned this lesson. All resources are included at the end of the presentation. Thanks for looking, if you have any questions please let me know in the comments section and any feedback would be appreciated :)
SWiftScience
Animal and Plant Cells

Animal and Plant Cells

A story-based way of covering the parts of animal and plant cells with KS3 students. We were looking at ways of getting students reading more! Print slide 1 for students to label as they go through the story. Check learning with the whiteboard questions. Stick labelled plant cell into book. Students work in pairs to match plant cell structures to their function. Students produce their own creative writing piece. This could be differentiated with some form of writing frame if needed. Feedback welcome.
tom_ellis90
Quiz Bundle: 5 Quizzes - Ideal  End of Year Quiz / End of Term Quiz

Quiz Bundle: 5 Quizzes - Ideal End of Year Quiz / End of Term Quiz

This bundle contains five one-hundred question quizzes. Ideal for end of year / end of term. Contents include End of Year 2018 Quiz Eggheads Summer Quiz Post Football World Cup Quiz Book Quiz Biology Quiz Click on the individual links for further details. All the quizzes are fully editable. Each quiz contains 100 questions, most contain multiple choice answers, with varying degrees of challenge. They can be administered in a variety of ways - to individuals or teams. The answers can be found by clicking on the image on the bottom right-hand corner of each slide. Answers can be given either as you go through the quiz or at the end. An answer sheet is provided to allow individuals/teams to record their answers. For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this ‘must have’ step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow!
Krazikas
IGCSE 9-1 BIOLOGY SCHEMES OF WORK

IGCSE 9-1 BIOLOGY SCHEMES OF WORK

This schemes of work are designed to support the teacher in the planing to teach the IGCSE 9-1 Biology. we do the planning you only do the execution. we value the teacher’s time so this schemes will save you the preparation time so you focus on delivering.
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Photosynthesis Practical, Light Intensity (bubbles vs distance)

Photosynthesis Practical, Light Intensity (bubbles vs distance)

These resources were used to guide year 9 pupils through this Key Stage 4 Required Practical. The experiment does not always work properly (in regards to approximating the intensity of the bubbles produced). Therefore, a sensible results table has been prepared, to share with the students. Activities for the students were; -design sensible experiment method -revise different types of variables identify the inverse relationship between Light intensity and distance of lamp from the plant. correct the crossed-out data in table calculate averages of number of bubbles, use correct units. Make graph with correct X axis (light intensity or distance) and Y Axis (dependent, bubbles) analyse graph, is there correlation? explain graph, what is happening to cause bubbles?
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AQA GCSE Biology Core Knowledge Questions

AQA GCSE Biology Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
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AQA GCSE Biology Paper 2 Core Knowledge Questions

AQA GCSE Biology Paper 2 Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
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AQA GCSE Biology Paper 1 Core Knowledge Questions

AQA GCSE Biology Paper 1 Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
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AQA B16 Adaptation, Interdependence and Competition Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B16 Adaptation, Interdependence and Competition Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
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AQA B14 Variation and Evolution Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B14 Variation and Evolution Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B8 Photosynthesis Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B8 Photosynthesis Core Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
AQA B4 Organising Animals and Plants Knowledge Questions

AQA B4 Organising Animals and Plants Knowledge Questions

A set of simple knowledge questions with answers that can be given as homework to learn or turned into flashcards. Follows the Oxford Kerboodle topic structure and cross referenced with the AQA specification. Does not include information on required practicals or ‘working scientifically’ Higher content is in bold Biology only content is in* italics*
spike2608
Plant cell labelling activity

Plant cell labelling activity

This is just four slides so not a whole lesson but hopefully you will be able to copy them into your own lessons and I have done the fiddly work for you. This could be used as a plenary to apply learning to a new situation i.e. labelling a real micrograph of a plant cell. The first two slides show the cell labelled and unlabelled. You need to show this in slideshow in order to label the cell one sub-cellular structure at a time. The second two slides are a cloze activity. Again answers will fill in one at a time in slideshow. I print off the cells onto label sheets, 4 to a page. I’ve supplied these. Stick into centre of the page so that you can add labels around it. Some of my students need missing words on the table in front of them, so I have supplied these. Some also need to fill in gaps on a sheet due to time constraints or poor/slow handwriting, so I’ve supplied these as well.
jtranah
Transpiration in plants lesson

Transpiration in plants lesson

This is preparation for the Reaction time required practical in AQA GCSE Trilogy. Slide 1 is a learning framework for the lesson. Slide 2 provides the key words for the lesson. Can simply be a visual aid to introduce the vocabulary. I tend to print this slide off for individuals in the class who would benefit from their own copy and for TAs. More able students use this as a basis for a mind map to make links between key words. Slide 3-5 are pictures of root hairs Slide 6-7 describe transpiration Slide 8-10 show how stomata work Slide 11 has a link to a YouTube video on 'sticky water’ Slide 12 explains transpiration in more detail Slide 13 Questions Slide 14 diagram of a potometer -need to explain how it works Slide 15 gives a method for setting up a practical on surface area of leaves and rate of transpiration. Two sheets supplied one has diagrams of transpiration to go with slide 12 and the other has diagrams of open and closed stomata to go with slides 9-10. I include these simply because I find them useful for particular students with my mixed ability classes. If I know a particular student makes a meal of using glue, I will print directly onto labels for them. I keep a supply of 4 labels to a page for this purpose.
jtranah
Topic 4 Bioenergetics- Biology AQA trilogy

Topic 4 Bioenergetics- Biology AQA trilogy

In this bundle you will find powerpoints for every lesson in the fourth unit of the New AQA Combined Science Trilogy - Biology - Bioenergetics. There are worksheets, differentiated resources and a range of activities that are easy to follow and deliver. All these resources have been designed this year to meet the demands of the new AQA Trilogy course. This bundle covers everything from 4.4.1 on the specification to 4.4.2.2 4.4.2.3 metabolism is covered throughout the trilogy scheme of work. Feedback is much appreciated.
ScienceLEL
Unicellular Organisms Year 8 Topic- 6 full lessons (KS3 8D)

Unicellular Organisms Year 8 Topic- 6 full lessons (KS3 8D)

This bundle is sufficient to teach Year 8 students the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum required learning on Unicellular Organisms. The bundle includes five full lesson PowerPoints (containing equipment lists for suggested practicals) plus an engaging ICT task (packaged with the Protoctists lesson) that can be used to occupy students for a full lesson of extension and consolidation. Suggested teaching order: Uni or Multicellular?, Microscopic Fungi, Bacteria, Protoctists, ICT Extension lesson, Decomposers & Carbon Cycle.
OnSpecScience
Debates 101

Debates 101

This resource is for all in education, from KS1-5 and even at university level, it makes debating fun, accessible and has great impact. It includes a ready to use generic template, structured stages and prompts and some guidance for debating motions. It is useful because it is tried and tested, student, teacher and parent voice indicates that it makes a positive difference to learning and engagement. The learning objectives are skills based (empathy, listening, collaboration, research, collation, reflection, application, synthesis and presentation) as well as content driven as determined by the user’s choice although all debates usually improve an awareness of the social, economic and ethical aspects of an issue. The differentiation opportunities are vast, these can be either by outcome or role allocation (e.g. captains will develop their leadership skills and may be the more able in the group). As stated at the start, it is linked to all levels and types of curricula, standards and specifications. My tip is just to try it out!
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