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Topic 7: Ecology Revision Question and Answer Sheets
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Topic 7: Ecology Revision Question and Answer Sheets

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Three sheets of straightforward revision questions. Written to provide simple recall test of what students have learned and need to learn (to reassure them as much as anything). Taken pretty much directly from the AQA 9-1 GCSE syllabus. Answer sheets are included. Would work well as a starter, plenary or on a VLE.
Topic 1: Atomic Structure & Periodic Table Revision Question and Answer Sheets
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Topic 1: Atomic Structure & Periodic Table Revision Question and Answer Sheets

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Four sheets of straightforward revision questions. Written to provide simple recall test of what students have learned and need to learn (to reassure them as much as anything). Taken pretty much directly from the AQA 9-1 GCSE syllabus - Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table. Answer sheets are included. Would work well as a starter, plenary or on a VLE. ***Key words: *** Atomic structure, Plum pudding model, Periodic table, Group 0, Nobel gases, Halogens, Alkali metals,
26 Biology Revision Question Sheets (AQA 9-1 GCSE Combined Science)
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26 Biology Revision Question Sheets (AQA 9-1 GCSE Combined Science)

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A complete set of 26 question sheets to cover all of the Biology units of the AQA 9-1 GCSE Combined Science syllabus. The questions are deliberately straightforward, to encourage students to revise and then to test their recall. They are useful across the ability range and would work well using a VLE. Each sheet is single-sided and has between about 25 and 35 marks Every sheet has an accompanying answer sheet with the same format as the question sheet for use on a projector for peer/self marking.
Topic 2: Organisation Revision Questions and Answer Sheets
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Topic 2: Organisation Revision Questions and Answer Sheets

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Four sheets of straightforward revision questions. Written to provide simple recall test of what students have learned and need to learn (to reassure them as much as anything). Taken pretty much directly from the AQA 9-1 GCSE syllabus. Answer sheets are included. Would work well as a starter, plenary or on a VLE.
Genetic Modification: Good or bad (Categorising activity)
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Genetic Modification: Good or bad (Categorising activity)

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Students choose from a bank of statements. They categorise the statements as advantages or disadvantages. Different students will take different points of view. They then have to write a sentence to justify each choice. A cut and stick exercise designed to provokes discussion. To complete the activity students must engage with the concepts. There are no ‘right’ answers! 3 pages Key words Genetic modification, GM, Ethics, Genetic engineering,
Topic 4: Bioenergetics Revision Questions and Answer Sheets
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Topic 4: Bioenergetics Revision Questions and Answer Sheets

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Three sheets of straightforward revision questions. Written to provide simple recall test of what students have learned and need to learn (to reassure them as much as anything). Taken pretty much directly from the AQA 9-1 GCSE syllabus. Answer sheets are included. Would work well as a starter, plenary or on a VLE.
Topic 5: Homeostasis and Response Revision Question and Answer Sheets
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Topic 5: Homeostasis and Response Revision Question and Answer Sheets

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Five sheets of straightforward revision questions. Written to provide simple recall test of what students have learned and need to learn (to reassure them as much as anything). Taken pretty much directly from the AQA 9-1 GCSE syllabus. Answer sheets are included. Would work well as a starter, plenary or on a VLE.
Gas Exchange in Fish and Insects
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Gas Exchange in Fish and Insects

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Animated, interactive powerpoint which guides students through the countercurrent system of fish gills and the tracheal system of insects (28 slides). It is hyperlinked so that you can choose which bits to show. The accompanying document comprises three worksheets and answer sheets. They use a variety of cloze / colouring / short answer questions
Oxidative phosphorylation (A-level Biology)
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Oxidative phosphorylation (A-level Biology)

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Worksheet asks students to label and colour in the stages of oxidative phosphorylation / electron transfer chain (1 page). Accompanied by an interactive powerpoint with clear diagrams which can be used on a smartboard to show students what they should have coloured in (11 slides) Key words Oxidative phosphorylation, Electron transfer chain, Cristae, Mitochondrion, Mitochondria
Topic 1: Cell Biology Revision Questions and Answer Sheets
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Topic 1: Cell Biology Revision Questions and Answer Sheets

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Three sheets of straightforward revision questions. Written to provide simple recall test of what students have learned and need to learn (to reassure them as much as anything). Taken pretty much directly from the AQA 9-1 GCSE syllabus. Answer sheets are included. Would work well as a starter, plenary or on a VLE.
Lipids (A-level Biology) - Crossword; Question sheet; Structures info sheet
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Lipids (A-level Biology) - Crossword; Question sheet; Structures info sheet

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A set of resources I wrote to support Year 12 students learning about lipids. The crossword is linked to a cloze activity: “Lipids are made of three 7A … joined with 3A… bonds to a 6A … molecule” etc. The question sheet is a double sided summary to test what they’ve learnt. The structure sheet lays out the structures of lipids, phospholipids, ways of representing them, ester bonds and saturated/unsaturated.
Topic 9: Atmosphere Revision Question and Answer Sheets
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Topic 9: Atmosphere Revision Question and Answer Sheets

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Three sheets of straightforward revision questions. Written to provide simple recall test of what students have learned and need to learn (to reassure them as much as anything). Taken pretty much directly from the AQA 9-1 GCSE syllabus. Answer sheets are included. Would work well as a starter, plenary or on a VLE. ***Key words: *** Atmosphere; Global warming; Pollutants; Pollution; Greenhouse gases; Climate change; Chemistry
AQA Science subject specific vocabulary cue cards
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AQA Science subject specific vocabulary cue cards

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36 Cue cards for AQA 9-1 GCSE Science (and AQA A-level Biology) Subject Specific Vocabulary. Word on one side, definition from the exam board guidance on the other. I’ve used them on the VLE. When printing: flip on short edge
Biological Molecules Sorting Activity (A-level)
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Biological Molecules Sorting Activity (A-level)

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Sorting activity designed to familiarise students with biological molecules. Students sort molecules into groups of similar structures and try to identify them as fatty acids, glycerol, sugars, amino acids etc. 1 page with answers. I have used it both to introduce biological molecules and to round things off once the students have met them all.
3 Natural Selection worksheets (Snails, Giraffes, Moths) GCSE
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3 Natural Selection worksheets (Snails, Giraffes, Moths) GCSE

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Pond snails: Worksheet in which students are led through the idea of natural selection - reproduction, inheritance and survival - using pond snails and leeches as an example. 2 pages, accompanied by an answer sheet. Giraffes: Students put a variety of facts about giraffes into categories. The categories relate to Darwin’s observations. Students then write a paragraph to explain how longer giraffes’ necks have been selected. Designed to provoke discussion about inheritance, evolution and natural selection. 2 pages with answer sheet. Peppered moths: Students put pictures and statements in the correct order to tell the story of natural selection in peppered moths before and after the industrial revolution. Supports learning about genetics, inheritance, predation, camouflage and survival. with answer sheet.
B1 Cell Biology Glossary and 3 crosswords (AQA 9-1 GCSE Science)
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B1 Cell Biology Glossary and 3 crosswords (AQA 9-1 GCSE Science)

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Cell Biology Glossary: Written for AQA 9-1 GCSE Science but it would relate to other specifications. Three crosswords (20+ different words in each), based directly on the glossary. I give neighbouring students different crosswords and so avoid too much copying. They are about the same difficulty so could be used competitively. They are deliberately straightforward to test the extent to which students have learnt the vocabulary.