*ONLINE ACTIVITY *
I’ve designed this activity purposely to be used for remote/online learning. It is a power point file with two activities. The students will be able to drag and drop the labels for the diagram, without interfering with the diagram itself or title etc. You can use this activity in anyway you choose, emailing it out to each student individually or doing it during an online synchronous session.
Drag and Drop activity involving the Heart and the Lungs/Respiratory system.
You can use both or chose just one.
This is AQA spec but can be used over the majority of exam boards.
Drag and Drop the labels into the correct boxes! This is an interactive activity for online learning and can be used in the class room as a class activity!
I will be adding to this file and re-uploading with more diagrams on so make sure you save it and keep checking back!
This word search would be perfect for an icebreaker, starter and plenary activity! It can be used individually or in groups or the whole class!
This is a ppt document with the wordsearch on with questions about cells down the side. The students will need to workout the answers to then find the words in the wordsearch!
This could also be used for students that finish other activities Early, so they can get on with some more work instead of distracting others.
The answers are included!
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In this document there are primary and secondary succession flow charts. I have include ones with text next to each diagram and ones which are blank which would work as a worksheet for students to fill in themselves.
They are in a Word document so editable if needs be for your specification of work. They involve the mention of the nitrogen cycle and some photosynthesis as well as succession. All diagrams are my own and created on word.
Appropriate for KS4 and can be used for KS5 revision.
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**This is a quick icebreaker to use with your students to test them in a fun way!
It can be used for KS3 & KS4.
Give students a card between two and a piece of paper
Set a timer- however long you think they will need
In that time ask them to answer each question
At the end ask any students what answer they got, if anyone of their peers got similar ask them to raise their hand. Keep a note of each answer and the number students who raised their hands.
The students who had the most popular answer the most popular DON’T receive a point!
The point of this activity is to try and help students think outside the box, using their understanding. Rather than memorisation
~can be used as a starter/plenary or ice breaker activity~