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Static Electricity

Lesson plan and resources that cover AQA P2.3.1 Static electricity. Worksheets with answers, practical guide and PowerPoint.

By crf509

New AQA AS Biology - Immunity, Vaccines, Antibodies & HIV

This is a 33 slide presentation covering the syllabus for the New 2015/16 AQA AS Biology syllabus.

It includes: pathogens, viruses, HIV, AIDS, immune system, phagocytes, phagocytosis, T-Cells, B-Cells, Antibodies. Antibody structure, primary and secondary response, vaccines, antigenic variation, Flu, active and passive immunity, antibodies in medicine, cancer drugs, pregnancy testing, ELISA test, interpretation of vaccine and antibody data, including MMR and Herceptin, finishing with ethical issues.

Very comprehensive, covers all of the syllabus, using easy to read text, scientific knowledge and wording, diagrams and colourful pictures. Also, includes a task for the students to complete.

Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial.

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By JAM2015

GCSE AQA Revision sheets

New AQA spec (2012) revision sheets can be either printed off or used as a power point presentation. Biology for unit 1 Chemistry and physics unit 2. Please rate the resources, many thanks.
By pikey1

Coronary Heart Disease - NEW GCSE

NEW GCSE 2016

Coronary Heart Disease (previously Artificial or Real) - Based on the AQA Specification - this lesson covers:
- when artificial hearts, valves, stents and blood are used.
- how artificial aids can prolong life.
- evaluating the use of artificial aids to circulation to prolong life.


This lesson includes:
- Home learning activity
- Starter activity and worksheets (adapted from a creative commons free resource on TES, thank you!)
By hannahradford

Ionic and Covalent Bonding

Worksheets for Ionic and Covalent bonding which are differentiated. These are guided- so the circles are already drawn for you/ them. There are also long answer questions which are jumbled between ionic and covalent bonding. I really hope you like this and please review it and let me know how I can improve this resource.
By jechr

Introduction to Space

Ks3 (year 7/8) resource for introduction to space (2 lessons)
- All resources made and produced by myself, and a lot of detail and time has been taken to produce.
-Easy to see progress over two lessons from students.
- No practical, though a wide range of VAK tasks throughout.
Easy lesson good and engaging, space is always a fun lesson to teach, as class normally always engaged from start. This is the reason why it is spread over 2 lessons (never normally do this).
- Lesson 4/5 out of 5.

Included:
- Option of two starters.
- Lesson outline (Main components, but more of overview of lesson and explanation of set tasks and how to use resources, it has been broken down so easier to follow than a lesson plan).
- Detailed PowerPoint with animations. Also contains all answers to worksheets. (66 pages).
- All worksheets (Worksheet to be printed back to back with space left to glue into books).
- Interactive notebook slide for size comparison task.
- Three plenaries (9 question quiz, hidden images and splat)
- Two worksheets of exam style questions with answers and sheet on PowerPoint so easier to run through with class.
5 videos (average length 2 minutes), these are all hyperlinked in PowerPoint by clicking on images and back up hyperlink in note section of PowerPoint. Cannot upload on TES, but all easily accessible.
- Space song (outstanding song) called Outer space we are the planets and stars.
- Planet Earth compared to other planets and stars
- Solar system (Virtual Orrery)
- How do we know how many galaxies there are in the Universe.
- The smallest to biggest thing in the universe.

Aspects of National curriculum lesson covers (In varying detail):
- Gravity force, different on other planets and stars; gravity forces between Earth and Moon, and between Earth and Sun (More detailed in previous lesson).
-Our Sun as a star, other stars in our galaxy, other galaxies.
-The light year as a unit of astronomical distance.

Please review if bought and check out my free resources, will upload rest of lessons out of 5. Previous lesson are, The seasons, Night and Day and The moon phase.
By riches1157