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The Heart and Circulation - a Unit of Work

The Heart and Circulation - a Unit of Work

18 Files to support the teaching of work on the Heart and Circulation. Aimed at upper key stage 2 / key stage 3 but differentiated and adaptable activities make it suitable for other age groups and abilities. Includes: 1. A powerpoint that discusses the cells of the circulatory system, including how organ systems, such as the circulatory system are built from cells and tissues and the importance of respiration. 2. Teacher or revision notes covering the main points 3. 3 way differentiated activity on the differing structure of arteries, veins and capillaries. Includes colour diagrams. 4. Bone marrow and blood cells diagram. 5. Differentiated questions on the constituents of blood. Could be used for research homework or assessment. 6. Heart structure - a number of differentiated activities to suit a wide range of ages and abilities, including the naming of valves and chambers and explaining why the heart is a muscle. 7. Circulatory system diagram for labelling organs to get the idea of the scale and importance of the organ system. 8. The journey of a Red Blood Cell - storyboard activity, possibly for younger children, to understand the role of the RBC in the circulatory system. 9. Differentiated activity on the the effect of exercise on heart rate, including the use of the term respiration and therefore the link between circulatory and respiratory systems.
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A variety of Biology KS3 and KS4 Practicals

A variety of Biology KS3 and KS4 Practicals

A variety of KS3 and KS4 biology practicals. Many of which are required practicals for the AQA spec. For each practical there is technicians notes which contains everything you need to set up the practical and the method, a colourful student sheet with a simplified method to help students carry out the practical (this can be printed off and laminated for students or put on the board) and anything else needed to carry out the practical. . Agar Jelly Cube Diffusion . Food Tests . Investigating the effect of pH on the enzyme Amylase . Investigating the effect of temperature on Milk Decay . Microbiology- Testing the effectiveness of antiseptics on bacteria . Model blood making- . Osmosis in Potatos . Photosynthesis in pondweed . Reebop making- get students to make a baby marshmallow reebop to help teach meiosis and genetic inheritance . Preparing an onion slide for microscope viewing . Viewing the stomata of a leaf under a microscope Risk Assessments need to be carried out before each activity
marissa03
Beach Photos

Beach Photos

21 Beautiful scenic photos of the beach at New Caledonia. Mystery island. White flour like sand. Crystal clear waters. Tourists frolicking. A panoramic of the beautiful beach. An amazing island formulated on a rock. Isolated beach where no one is. Rich scenery that is rejuvenating. I advise you go. Take a weekend go by ferry. You will feel refreshed.
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New AQA A Level Biology Section 6 from reflex arc to osmoregluation

New AQA A Level Biology Section 6 from reflex arc to osmoregluation

Flash cards for all topics. Section 6 for new AQA A Level Biology Reflex arc, receptors, control of the heart rate, neurones and nervous coordination, nerve impulses, synapses, muscles, principles of homeostais, glucose and diabetes, osmoregulation - notes - key vocab - key processes - common questions and answers - exam tips
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Ask Mr Universe: Why is the Ocean Salty?

Ask Mr Universe: Why is the Ocean Salty?

This is a guide that goes along with the fun website Ask Mr. Universe. I just love this site, because it addresses questions sent in by young students and then answers them in good detail. The questions are so cute! Kids love reading the response from Mr. Universe! The website link for the page is embedded in the title page, for quick access. The product is a PDF (2 pages) and the web article (1-2 pages generally) is also included as a pdf for easy printing. I make many guides for Ask Mr. Univserse, so please check my store for more. ☀☀☀ PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR NEW PRODUCT UPDATES ☀☀☀
sasrozmaka
Ask Mr Universe: Why do we have Feelings?

Ask Mr Universe: Why do we have Feelings?

This is a guide that goes along with the fun website Ask Mr. Universe. I just love this site, because it addresses questions sent in by young students and then answers them in good detail. The questions are so cute! Kids love reading the response from Mr. Universe! The website link for the page is embedded in the title page, for quick access. The product is a PDF (2 pages) and the web article (1-2 pages generally) is also included as a pdf for easy printing. I make many guides for Ask Mr. Univserse, so please check my store for more. ☀☀☀ PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR NEW PRODUCT UPDATES ☀☀☀
sasrozmaka
Stickers of Success criteria to support  AFL or marking

Stickers of Success criteria to support AFL or marking

Stickers to fit Avery Labels either 6 to a page or 8 to a page portrait. Success criteria includes marking points for: Bar chart drawing Line graph drawing Method writing Conclusion writing Evaluation writing Matches new AQA KS3 working scientifically standards. Best downloaded with Learning mats.
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