iGCSE Edexcel 9-1 Biology Chemistry Physics Chpt 1&2 Revision Mat Broadsheet Bundle

iGCSE Edexcel 9-1 Biology Chemistry Physics Chpt 1&2 Revision Mat Broadsheet Bundle

This is a bundle of A3 summary sheets I made for my students using the Pearson iGCSE Student book: the questions in each box inspire students to summarise the work that they need to know for this section. This resource includes the first two chapters of each of the Biology (Section A: Life Processes and The Variety of Living Organisms) and Chemistry (Section A: Kinetic Theory, Diffusion, Atomic Structure) topics, and Chapters 1 and 2 of the Physics topic (Movement and postion and Forces and Shape). I am gradually adding the other Chapters as I go along. I would print each of these topics on an A3 sheet double sided, so that the same topic is on a double-sided sheet. It would also be good to pop each sheet onto a double-sided coloured A3 sheet, then you can make each topic (Bio/Chem/Physics) a different colour to easily refer to them in class.
tlandsberg
Enzymes revision

Enzymes revision

Created for a low ability Year 9 class to revise key definitions surrounding enzymes. Set as hw, but could be used in class.
louisamosley
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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Sliding Filament Theory

Sliding Filament Theory

Presentation to aid the understanding of the Sliding Filament theory. This physiological area is provided with links to the structure of the muscular system and includes videos and images to display the method used to allow muscles to contract.
staceyowl
Structure of the heart

Structure of the heart

This presentation includes information, activities and links to videos to help introduce the Cardiovascular system and the structure of the heart. Also includes links to heart rate and maximum heart rate.
staceyowl
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 :)
SWiftScience
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
Enzymes and temperature

Enzymes and temperature

Created for low ability Year 9 class. Students annotate a graph showing the affect of temperature on an enzyme controlled reaction. Scaffolded with questions. Includes ideas surrounding denaturation and rate of reaction.
louisamosley
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
SWiftScience
Antibiotics

Antibiotics

An engaging lesson presentation and associated worksheet that looks at the use of antibiotics to treat bacterial infections and the raises the issue of the potential over-use of these substances. The lesson begins by getting the students to recognise the difference between three key terms that begin with anti (antibiotics, antivirals, antiseptics). Students will be introduced to the idea that antibiotics are specific to a small range of bacteria and therefore the correct one has to be selected before being prescribed. Moving forwards, students will meet the idea of the zone of inhibition and will understand how the size of this zone can be used as an indicator to the effectiveness of the treatment. Students are shown how to calculate the size of the zone and then are tested on their ability to apply this mathemetical knowledge. Finally, time is taken to look at the links to the topic of natural selection to explain how some bacteria are resistant to certain antibiotics. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students but could be used as an introduction with A-level Biology students who are about to begin the topic of immunity.
GJHeducation
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.
ewmuthusi
GCSE 9 - 1 Biology key concepts - CB1g Enzyme rates

GCSE 9 - 1 Biology key concepts - CB1g Enzyme rates

For Edexcel CB1g but similar content across all exam boards for new specification. Contains LOs and exam questions / tasks. Covers these LOs: Explain the effects of temperature, substrate concentration and pH on enzyme activity Demonstrate an understanding of rate calculations for enzyme activity. Make in my own unique style. Enjoy!
johnnyodee
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*
spike2608
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*
spike2608
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*
spike2608
AQA B17 Organising an Ecosystem Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B17 Organising an Ecosystem 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 B13 Reproduction Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B13 Reproduction 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 B12 Hormones in Action Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B12 Hormones in Action 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 B11 Hormonal Control Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B11 Hormonal Control 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 B10 The Human Nervous System Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B10 The Human Nervous System 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 B9 Respiration Core Knowledge Questions

AQA B9 Respiration 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
AQA B3 Organisation and the Digestive System Knowledge Questions

AQA B3 Organisation and the Digestive System 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
Lipids - Crossword (KS5)

Lipids - Crossword (KS5)

Crossword puzzle on Lipids (including solutions and anagram) Designed for SNAB Biology Topic 1 but also suitable for other exam boards great as starter / plenary or revision activity Keywords include: triglyceride glycerol fatty acid saturated unsaturated phospholipid wax glycerol hydrophobic ester bond hydrolysis condensation reaction glycolipid
anjacschmidt
2018 AQA GCSE Biology Unit 2 (B2): Eye Biology L5

2018 AQA GCSE Biology Unit 2 (B2): Eye Biology L5

This lesson is for teaching the above named lesson as part of the Homeostasis and Response module of Biology Unit 2 (B2) of the new 2018 AQA GCSE specification for GCSE Biology. The lesson has the following features embedded: Lesson has Bloom’s Taxonomy embedded throughout which are also graded for differentiation. Stretch and challenge tasks throughout (including Grade 8-9+ questions and extended writing) AfL (3 progress checks embedded) Differentiation is strong as has been noted in formal school observations for the last 2 years of teaching AQA. Narrative of lesson structure is clear and focused as well as engaging. Pre-starter prepared. The lesson is geared with top-down approach pedagogy and provide inclusive differentiation for low attaining and medium attaining pupils as well. The lesson should be ‘tweaked’ to meet the needs of your own pupils.
ranw123
2018 AQA GCSE Biology Unit 2 (B2): Brain Biology L4

2018 AQA GCSE Biology Unit 2 (B2): Brain Biology L4

This lesson is for teaching the above named lesson as part of the Homeostasis and Response module of Biology Unit 2 (B2) of the new 2018 AQA GCSE specification for GCSE Biology. The lesson has the following features embedded: Lesson has Bloom’s Taxonomy embedded throughout which are also graded for differentiation. Stretch and challenge tasks throughout (including Grade 8-9+ questions and extended writing) AfL (3 progress checks embedded) Differentiation is strong as has been noted in formal school observations for the last 2 years of teaching AQA. Narrative of lesson structure is clear and focused as well as engaging. Pre-starter prepared. The lesson is geared with top-down approach pedagogy and provide inclusive differentiation for low attaining and medium attaining pupils as well. The lesson should be ‘tweaked’ to meet the needs of your own pupils.
ranw123
Carbohydrates - Word search (KS5)

Carbohydrates - Word search (KS5)

Wordsearch on carbohydrates (including monosaccharides, disaccharides, polysaccharides, glucose, maltose, sucrose, amylose, etc) 2 difficulty levels: just search for all 16 words from list or try to find as many words from topic as possible without word list Designed for Edexcel SNAB Biology Topic 1 (Lifestyle, health & risk)) Great as starter, plenary or revision activity
anjacschmidt
Carbohydrates - Crossword (KS5)

Carbohydrates - Crossword (KS5)

Crossword puzzle on carbohydrates (including solutions and anagram) Designed for SNAB Biology Topic 1 but also suitable for other exam boards great as starter / plenary or revision activity Keywords include: pentose hexose glucose galactose fructose ribose deoxyribose alphaglucose betaglucose maltose sucrose lactose amylose amylopectin glycogen cellulose condensation reaction glycosidic bond hydrolysis
anjacschmidt
GCSE 9 - 1 Biology key concepts - CB1f Enzyme action

GCSE 9 - 1 Biology key concepts - CB1f Enzyme action

For Edexcel CB1f but similar content across all exam boards for new specification. Contains LOs and exam questions / tasks. Covers these LOs: Explain the mechanism of enzyme action including the active site and enzyme specificity Explain how enzymes can be denatured due to changes in the shape of the active site Explain the effects of temperature and pH on enzyme activity
johnnyodee
AQA Bio As - Unit 1 Biological molecules PPTs

AQA Bio As - Unit 1 Biological molecules PPTs

A set of PPT’s to aid the teaching of the first unit in the AQA biology A-Level Biological molecules. Outlines the lesson objectives and contains information for pupils to make notes from. Some practicals and methods included for the required practical skills in the module.
laurastearn
GCSE 9 - 1 Biology key concepts - CB1e Enzymes & nutrition

GCSE 9 - 1 Biology key concepts - CB1e Enzymes & nutrition

For Edexcel CB1e but similar content across all exam boards for new specification. Contains LOs and exam questions / tasks. Keyword definitions. Covers these LOs: Explain the importance of enzymes as biological catalysts Describe their role in the synthesis of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids and their breakdown into sugars, amino acids and fatty acids and glycerol In my own peculiar style - enjoy!
johnnyodee
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
Protoctists Year 8 Lesson PowerPoint + Extensions (KS3 8Dd) Algae Unicellular Organisms topic

Protoctists Year 8 Lesson PowerPoint + Extensions (KS3 8Dd) Algae Unicellular Organisms topic

Full lesson PowerPoint sufficient to teach a broad range of abilities about protoctists and their cellular features, with a focus on the importance of algae. The lesson is in keeping with the current KS3 UK National Curriculum, is easily accessible for students and simple to follow for teachers. Also included is an ICT extension task summarising the impact that fungi, bacteria and protoctists can have on human health. I have used this previously for a full additional lesson of consolidation while delivering the unicellular organisms topic.
OnSpecScience