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Life Science Word Wall Bundle: Ecosystems, Cells, Animal Adaptations, etc.

Life Science Word Wall Bundle: Ecosystems, Cells, Animal Adaptations, etc.

This life science word wall bundle is a fun way for students to review vocabulary terms and includes all of the products listed below: Important: All these products sell for $25; as a bundle they are 40% off, for $14.95! This product includes the following 13 topics: ♦ Animal Adaptations ♦ Biomes ♦ Cell Cycle ♦ Cell Organelles ♦ DNA ♦ Evolution ♦ Food Chains ♦ Genetics ♦ Habitats ♦ Human Body Systems ♦ Life Cycles ♦ Macromolecules ♦ Plants
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The Human Reproductive system

The Human Reproductive system

This bundle of 3 lesson presentations covers the details of the human reproductive systems as taught at KS3. Students will know the organs of both the male and female systems and their functions. There is a clear focus on the female system and how the menstrual cycle is involved
GJHeducation
KS3 Science/Biology - Cells extension questions

KS3 Science/Biology - Cells extension questions

4 sets of questions that test an stretch pupils on (specialised) cells and organelles. Perfect as follow-up/improvement work after an assessment, just cut up the sheet give every pupil one or two of the 4 questions.
jeroenvanos
Topic 2 Notes - Edexcel AS and A level Biology A (Salters-Nuffield)

Topic 2 Notes - Edexcel AS and A level Biology A (Salters-Nuffield)

This document follows the order / pages / structure of the Salters-Nuffield AS/A level Biology Student Book by Pearson. This document consists of: • Notes for each page of the book for Topic 2 • Key points to remember • Past paper questions along with answers that often pop up in exams. They are marked with the symbol (PP), and each line is a different mark. • Definitions • Dictionary of words This document can be used as a revision tool during the exams or for guidance during studying.
BiologyALevelTutor
Excretion

Excretion

An engaging and detailed lesson presentation (42 slides) that looks at the exact meaning of the term excretion, the organs involved in this system and specifically at how carbon dioxide and urea are removed from the body. The lesson begins by getting the students to work out the definition for excretion using a code. Once they have seen this, they are challenged to decide whether a series of substances are excreted or not and as a result they will learn the difference to egestion. Moving forwards, time is taken to focus on how carbon dioxide is excreted. Students have to recall information about the transport of carbon dioxide and link to the reduction in the affinity of haemoglobin. Students will be introduced to the respiratory centre and the involvement of chemoreceptors. Finally, students will understand how deamination and the ornithine cycle lead to the production of urea and how the kidney is involved going onwards. There are progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding and there is also a set homework included in the lesson. This lesson has been designed for A-Level students
GJHeducation
Light Dependent Reaction Photophosphorylation presentation

Light Dependent Reaction Photophosphorylation presentation

A level presentation with a review of chloroplast starter and a summary of products table plenary. Includes clear diagrams outlining the process of cyclic and non cyclic photophosphorylation and its location in the chloroplast. Works well with laminated diagrams to support presentation. Highly adaptable.
treeickle
Photosynthesis/Respiration Card Sort

Photosynthesis/Respiration Card Sort

The resource can be printed off onto card and cut out either before or during lesson time. It can be used as a simple starter/summary activity and is useful to tease out students' understanding of both photosynthesis and respiration and to highlight the relationship between the two processes - that is that one is locking energy into a glucose molecule, whilst the other releases it for use.
cadarnloz
Guide Lines for Core Practical 13b - Brine Shrimps - Activity 5.20

Guide Lines for Core Practical 13b - Brine Shrimps - Activity 5.20

This is a guideline to help students write up their report and teachers to create the perfect answer key. It contains the following: 1. Basic information on Brine Shrimps 2. Planning and Experimental Design 3. Health and Safety 4. Make a plan 5. Perform the experiment 6. Analysis and interpretation of data 7. Conclusion and evaluation 8. Write the report! 9. Sample of Data (Statistical test & Analysis) Enjoy!!
BiologyALevelTutor
Design a Structure - Nanomachines

Design a Structure - Nanomachines

Draw a structure/nanomachine that could be used to selectively destroy cancer cells and leave non-cancerous body cells unharmed. Useful group exercise. Stimulus, background information, task and marking sheet included in task/activity. Pupils learn about plasma membrane structure and consider this as they design a nanomachine to selectively attack cancerous cells.
martinpk