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FLIPPED LEARNING: Food Tests

FLIPPED LEARNING: Food Tests

This is a full flipped learning lesson plan with all accompanying resources included (or linked to if they are online). The worksheet provides the quick link to the Science Sauce website where the self-study materials are found, and the Teacher sheet contains a full lesson instructions. WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING? Flipped learning requires students to learn the main content before class (often via an online video) and then do the "homework" in class with the teacher's support. The in-class tasks can be very creative and will generally be more student-centred and allow for more student engagement. (Learn more at http://sciencesauceonline.com/flipped-learning/).
MrNixon303
Hormones Work Book

Hormones Work Book

This is a workbook I designed to cover the topic hormones. It covers the content required by the new curriculum. There are exam questions in the booklet that students can answer independently using the information given. I had usd phonics for any difficult words to pronounce.
K22ryw
AQA (new) Biology Revision Sheets

AQA (new) Biology Revision Sheets

Biology revision mat bundle to cover these topics: Mitosis & Meiosis Cells Changing Environment Ecology Enzymes Exchange of Gases Menstrual Cycle Photosynthesis Respiration Variation & Evolution
teachsci1
Plant diseases

Plant diseases

A really engaging and detailed lesson presentation (44 slides) and associated differentiated worksheets that looks at communicable diseases in plants and challenges students to diagnose these diseases in plants. During the lesson the students will take on the role of the "Treeage" (triage) nurse and have to direct each plant to the correct ward in the "CASUATREE" according to the pathogen which has infected them. They will also have to explain how the symptoms which they have identified were caused and explain the future for this plant, during their time as the "Tree surgeon". The three diseases included in the lesson are tobacco mosaic virus, crown gall disease and powdery mildew disease. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding and there is a set homework included as part of the lesson. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students but is also suitable for A-level students looking at the communicable diseases topic
GJHeducation
OCR Gateway A GCSE Biology Module B6: Global challenges

OCR Gateway A GCSE Biology Module B6: Global challenges

This bundle of 15 lesson presentations and associated worksheets cover the majority of the key specification content found within Module B6 (Global challenges) of the new OCR Gateway A GCSE Biology specification. The lesson presentations cover the majority of the content within the following teaching points: B6.1-Monitoring and maintaining the environment Sampling techniques Loss of biodiversity Increasing biodiversity B6.2-Feeding the human race Selective breeding Genetic engineering Producing a GMO B6.3-Monitoring and maintaining health Health and disease Spread of communicable disease Preventing the spread Human infections Blood and body defence mechanisms Monoclonal antibodies Vaccinations Prevention and treatment of disease New medicines B6.4-Non-communicable diseases Non-communicable diseases Treating cardiovascular disease All of the lessons are detailed, engaging and differentiated and contain regular progress checks so that students can assess their understanding. It is estimated that this bundle would cover up to 2 month's worth of lessons
GJHeducation
Developing drugs (medicines)

Developing drugs (medicines)

An engaging and detailed lesson presentation (35 slides) that looks at each of the steps involved in developing a drug, from suggested compounds on a computer model to being prescribed by doctors. The lesson begins by checking that the students recognise the definition of a drug and some time is taken to look at the money that the NHS puts into prescribed drugs in the UK. Moving forwards, the details of each stage are explored including preclinical trials, animal testing and clinical trials. Time is taken to discuss why certain animals are chosen for the testing and the different groups of humans that are involved. The students will meet key terms such as placebo and will be introduced to the ideas of single and double-blind trials. There are progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students but is perfectly suitable for KS3 students too
GJHeducation