Genes, DNA and Chromosomes (Video)

Genes, DNA and Chromosomes (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining the essentials of genetics: the role of genes, chromosome structure, DNA, cell cloning and specialisation, sexual reproduction, X and Y gametes, variation. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Photosynthesis (Video)

Photosynthesis (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining the fundamentals of photosynthesis. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Atomic Structure and Ionic Bonding (Video)

Atomic Structure and Ionic Bonding (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining the essentials of atomic structure and ionic bonding, using sodium chloride as an example. Ideas covered include: atomic numbers, groups in the Periodic Table, electron shells, stability of noble gases, transfer of electrons, electrostatic force of attraction, giant lattice structure. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Cracking and Polymerisation (Video)

Cracking and Polymerisation (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining the essentials of cracking and polymerisation: e.g. cracking decane to produce octane and ethene; the bromine test; polymerisation of propylene; properties and uses of HDPE and LDPE. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Combustion (Video)

Combustion (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining the essentials of combustion: exothermic reactions of short-chain hydrocarbons, complete and incomplete combustion, consequences of combustion (carbon monoxide, soot, acid rain, global warming), catalytic converters. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Emulsions (Video)

Emulsions (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining the basics of emulsions: cooking oil, water and washing-up liquid as an example; hydrophilic/hydrophobic characteristics of emulsifiers; typical emulsions; health questions about food additives. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Food Chains and Food Webs (Video)

Food Chains and Food Webs (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining the interactions and dependencies in food chains and food webs. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Hormones and Fertility (Video)

Hormones and Fertility (Video)

A short video/audio guide that gets straight to the essence of this topic: explaining the menstrual cycle, the role of hormones, IVF. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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The Carbon Cycle (Video)

The Carbon Cycle (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining the carbon cycle. The animation carefully deals with all the concepts involved, systematically taking students through the standard diagram via an animated sequence describing photosynthesis, feeding, respiration, decomposition, fossilisation, combustion. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Adult Cell Cloning (Video)

Adult Cell Cloning (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining adult cell cloning, with specific reference to Dolly the sheep. The animation also covers cloning, sexual and asexual reproduction, identical human twins. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Phototropism (Video)

Phototropism (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining why plants exhibit phototropism, and the role of auxins in this. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Combustion (Video)

Combustion (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining the essentials of combustion: exothermic reactions of short-chain hydrocarbons, complete and incomplete combustion, consequences of combustion (carbon monoxide, soot, acid rain, global warming), catalytic converters. Designed for test prep, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Energy Transfer and Energy Efficiency (Video)

Energy Transfer and Energy Efficiency (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining the basics of energy transfer: energy is stored in different forms, transferring energy changes its form; law of conservation of energy; Sankey diagrams; inefficiencies in power stations; equation of energy efficiency. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Genes, DNA and Chromosomes (Video)

Genes, DNA and Chromosomes (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining the essentials of genetics: the role of genes, chromosome structure, DNA, cell cloning and specialisation, sexual reproduction, X and Y gametes, variation. Designed for test prep, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Controlling Blood Glucose (Video)

Controlling Blood Glucose (Video)

A short video/audio guide that gets straight to the essence of this topic: how blood glucose levels are controlled by the pancreas via insulin, glucagon, and negative feedback. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Basics of Waves (Video)

Basics of Waves (Video)

A short video/audio guide covering the basics of waves: e.g. oscillations, energy transfer, radiation; difference between mechanical and electromagnetic waves; different waves of the electromagnetic spectrum, their uses and hazards; transverse and longitudinal waves; compression and rarefaction; calculations of speed/frequency/wavelength. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Metals (Video)

Metals (Video)

A short video/audio guide covering the basics of metals: properties and uses, the reactivity series, extraction methods (heating with carbon/electrolysis), precious metals. Designed for GCSE revision, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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 Adult Cell Cloning (Video)

Adult Cell Cloning (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining adult cell cloning, with specific reference to Dolly the sheep. The animation also covers cloning, sexual and asexual reproduction, identical human twins. Designed for test prep, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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Phototropism (Video)

Phototropism (Video)

A short video/audio guide explaining why plants exhibit phototropism, and the role of auxins in this. Designed for test prep, this high res animation is comprehensive in its coverage, and can also be used on a large screen as your main teaching resource for the topic.
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