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OCR Gateway A GCSE Combined Science REVISION LESSONS

OCR Gateway A GCSE Combined Science REVISION LESSONS

This bundle of 12 lessons uses a range of exam questions, tasks, activities and quiz competitions to engage students whilst they assess their knowledge of the topics in modules B1-6 and C1-6 of the OCR Gateway A GCSE Combined Science specification. All of the lessons are fully resourced to take away that worry about how to get students to effectively revise in the lead up to assessments.
GJHeducation
GCSE Biology/Science Osmosis and Required Practical

GCSE Biology/Science Osmosis and Required Practical

This video covers the GCSE Science/Biology 9-1 topic of Osmosis. This includes an exam question, animation and explanation. There is also a link to my Required Practical activity to investigate the effect of a range of concentrations of sugar solutions on the mass of potato tissue. The RP video can be found at Please subscribe to my Youtube channel for more revision videos.
DrResource
DNA Sequencing - Sanger Method - Genomes - Presentation - A Level Biology

DNA Sequencing - Sanger Method - Genomes - Presentation - A Level Biology

A visual 13 slide presentation which runs through the Sanger sequencing method in a fully animated comprehensive manner. The starter slide explores nucleotide structure and dideoxynucleotides. The slides then move onto the reaction, gel electrophoresis, autoradiograph production, and some key points about the value of genome sequencing.
traine23
AQA Trilogy B5.2 Measuring Reaction Time Required Practical

AQA Trilogy B5.2 Measuring Reaction Time Required Practical

AQA Trilogy B5.2 Reaction Time Required Practical. The lesson plan and powerpoint goes through an interesting way to introduce the topic and allows students to plan and carry out the experiment. Note that students were allowed to measure reaction time using rulers as well as websites they found themselves. The 5 minute lesson plan highlights areas for differentiation, AFL and details of all the activities in this lesson.
bigboi
Tissue fluid formation AQA Biology A level

Tissue fluid formation AQA Biology A level

A lesson, with all resources included, on tissue fluid. Covers differences in composition of blood, lymph and tissue fluid, how the tissue fluid is formed and returned to the circulatory system. Used for AQA Biology A level, but may be useful for other boards. Exam question included.
zuba102
Haemoglobin, oxygen dissociation and Bohr effect

Haemoglobin, oxygen dissociation and Bohr effect

Lesson resources for teaching the following A level topics (used for AQA, but may also be useful for OCR). Haemoglobin structure Oxygen dissociation curves, including foetal haemoglobon, lugworm and llama examples Bohr effect Includes all resources, including lots of assessment opportunities in the form of exam questions.
zuba102
Robert Brown's Microscope

Robert Brown's Microscope

Clever Collections highlights the most important scientific artefacts owned by The Linnean Society of London. This video series shows how these priceless artefacts are still relevant to this very day. In this episode we find out about the importance of scientific investigation, Brownian Motion and how a botanical artist has made use of the Microscope to share the hidden life of plants.
TheLinneanSocietyofLondon
Experimental Banana: Scientific Method

Experimental Banana: Scientific Method

The Curious Cases of Carl Linnaeus tells funny stories about his journey of scientific exploration. In this episode we learn about the illusive fruit called a pisang. We also learn about the scientific method and how we can use it to make great discoveries.
TheLinneanSocietyofLondon
Science Unit Planning - Plants - Year 3

Science Unit Planning - Plants - Year 3

Unit Planning for Science Topic on Plants for Year 3 A unit plan of 6 lessons for a topic on plants. Lesson timings for each lesson are approximately 90 or 120 minutes. The planning includes, learning objectives, teaching ideas, key questions, activities and resources list. Teaching points that are covered in the topic are listed below: Understand that it is important to be able to grow plants well because they provide food and other items for us To know that all food chains begin with a green plant To understand the function of the parts of a plant To understand that plants need leaves in order to grow well To plan an appropriate investigation To make careful observations and measurements of plants growing To use simple apparatus to measure the height of plants in standard measures To use results to draw conclusions and provide explanations To know that water is transported through the stem to other parts of the plant To know that that plants need light for healthy growth To know that plants need water, but not unlimited water, for healthy growth To know that temperature can affect the growth of plants To ask questions about the growth of plants To plan a fair test To write a clear conclusion
alicepoole1
Card Sort: How did Edward Jenner discover smallpox vaccination?

Card Sort: How did Edward Jenner discover smallpox vaccination?

This great little resource is suitable for a wide range of abilities and can easily be adapted to suit any text book or resource on the role played by Edward Jenner in the fight against smallpox. If you like this resource then for a little extra you can purchase the PowerPoint that accompanies this resource with extra information and activities. Students can sort through the cards and organise the events into their correct chronological order. This could be used as a starter exercise to see if they can work out before hand what happened and then used as a mini plenary to check their answers once they have watched a video or read a text book or resource on Edward Jenner. I have linked in a an appropriate clip to this resource in the preview. This resource will appeal to both visual and kinesthetic learners. Aims and Objectives: Theme: The fight against infectious diseases in the 19th Century Know: How did people try to fight Smallpox before Edward Jenner? Understand: How did Edward Jenner discover how to vaccinate? Skills: Source Analysis, Cause, Consequence WILF – What Am I Looking For? Identify & describe: How did people try to fight Smallpox before Jenner? Explain: How did Edward Jenner discover how to vaccinate? If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. You can also follow ‘The History Academy’ on Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube and Facebook for the latest updates or even to get in touch and chat about how you have used this resource or to ask questions. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more time doing the things that you want. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
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