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TES Recommended GOLD AUTHOR with 20 years experience as a Secondary School science teacher specializing in Biology at an OFSTED rated ‘Outstanding’ High School and as a private tutor. Fully qualified to teach KS3/4 Science, KS4 Triple Science, KS5 Biology & Applied Science and OCR accredited in A2/A level Applied Science and I am in the top 25 teachers of Applied Science in the country or the equivalent of the top 10% nationally at A and top 25% nationally at AS Level.

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TES Recommended GOLD AUTHOR with 20 years experience as a Secondary School science teacher specializing in Biology at an OFSTED rated ‘Outstanding’ High School and as a private tutor. Fully qualified to teach KS3/4 Science, KS4 Triple Science, KS5 Biology & Applied Science and OCR accredited in A2/A level Applied Science and I am in the top 25 teachers of Applied Science in the country or the equivalent of the top 10% nationally at A and top 25% nationally at AS Level.
New AQA AS Biology - Immunity, Vaccines, Antibodies & HIV
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New AQA AS Biology - Immunity, Vaccines, Antibodies & HIV

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This is a 33 slide presentation covering the syllabus for the New 2015/16 AQA AS Biology syllabus. It includes: pathogens, viruses, HIV, AIDS, immune system, phagocytes, phagocytosis, T-Cells, B-Cells, Antibodies. Antibody structure, primary and secondary response, vaccines, antigenic variation, Flu, active and passive immunity, antibodies in medicine, cancer drugs, pregnancy testing, ELISA test, interpretation of vaccine and antibody data, including MMR and Herceptin, finishing with ethical issues. Very comprehensive, covers all of the syllabus, using easy to read text, scientific knowledge and wording, diagrams and colourful pictures. Also, includes a task for the students to complete. Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.
New AQA AS Biology - Genetic Diversity & Natural Selection
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New AQA AS Biology - Genetic Diversity & Natural Selection

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This 21 slide ppt covers the new AQA AS biology syllabus for genetic diversity and natural selection. it covers alleles, genetic bottlenecks, founder effect, natural selection, behavioural, anatomical and physiological adaptations, good colourful examples, directional and stabilising selection, investigating selection, asceptic technique and antibiotic resistance practical (using antibiotic discs). Thank you for looking at my resource, if you like it pls leave feedback.
GCSE Chemistry - Crude oil and hydrocarbons (Foundation / SEN)
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GCSE Chemistry - Crude oil and hydrocarbons (Foundation / SEN)

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These 5 worksheets were developed for low ability / SEN students to understand crude oil formation and hydrocarbons. There are story boards (formation of crude oil), and easy worksheets with "fill in the gaps" . These worked brilliantly with my low ability BTec group, but I also used them as starters and plenarys for my Foundation GCSE Chemistry group. Fun and easy to follow and complete. Many thanks for looking at my resources. Please leave feedback or follow me if you like them
A2 Biology - Gene Technology
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A2 Biology - Gene Technology

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This is a 30 slide power point presentation covering every aspect of Gene Technology for A2 Biology (OCR or AQA specifications). This is extensive, contains easy to follow notes and diagrams. Will cover at number of A2 lessons and will help with continuity of learning. It covers the following Reverse transcriptase, Restriction endonucleases, in vivo and in vitro techniques, In vivo - vectors, plasmids, transformation and identification using antibiotic resistance markers. In vitro - PCR, primers, DNA polymerase, locating genes using DNA probes, DNA sequencing , Gel Electrophoresis, Restriction Mapping. It then features DNA probes used in medicine, advantages and disadvantages of in vivo and in vitro techniques, uses of gene technology. Gene technology - genetic counselling, gene therapy and genetic fingerprinting. (Cystic Fibrosis) Finishes with advantages and disadvantages and ethical issues. Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.
New OCR AS Biology - Biodiversity & Simpson's Index of Diversity
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New OCR AS Biology - Biodiversity & Simpson's Index of Diversity

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This is a 12 slide ppt covering the New OCR AS Biology syllabus in Biodiversity. It covers the following topics: biodiversity, habitat diversity, species diversity, genetic diversity, collecting data on biodiversity, quadrats, etc, random an non-random sampling, systematic sampling, opportunistic sampling, stratified sampling, biased, estimating biodiversity, species richness, species evenness, Simpson's index of diversity (including calculation examples.) Thank you for looking at my resource, if you like it please leave feedback.
New OCR AS Biology - Circulatory System (27 slide ppt)
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New OCR AS Biology - Circulatory System (27 slide ppt)

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This power point covers all of the new OCR syllabus for AS Biology. It includes blood, blood vessels, lymph, tissue fluid, hydrostatic pressure, oncotic pressure, heart, initiation of a heart beat (AVN/SAN), cardiac cycle, ECG how to calculate heartbeat, how to recognise ECG readouts., finishing with cardiac cycle and heart pressure graphs. The slides are easy to access with bright and colourful diagrams. Includes all scientific terminology. Thank you for looking at my resource, if you like it pls leave feedback.
New AQA AS Biology - Meiosis & Genetic Variation
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New AQA AS Biology - Meiosis & Genetic Variation

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This resource contains 3 ppts (tried to upload as one but system could not cope?) - all in all 29 slides covering the new AQA syllabus. The ppts follow on from each other. They start with gametes, zygotes, ovum, sperm, fertilisation, homologous chromosomes, haploid and diploid numbers. Second ppt covers meiosis (stages, key terms, chiasmata, bivalents, crossing over, independent segregation, first and second division, etc. It finishes with different life cycles with diploid and haploid numbers. Third part ppt covers chromosome mutation (substitution & deletions). Hope you like my resource, pls leave feedback if you do.
New OCR AS Biology - Genetic Diversity, Polymorphism and calculations
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New OCR AS Biology - Genetic Diversity, Polymorphism and calculations

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This 9 slide power point covers genetic diversity, polymorphism, loci (alleles) and the calculations needed for the specification. At the end of each calculation explained, there are tasks for students. Last slide contains exam practice questions. Many thanks for looking at my resource, if you like it, please leave feedback.
OCR AS Biology - Immune Response
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OCR AS Biology - Immune Response

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This 20 slide presentation covers the OCR Immune response specification. It includes, Pathogens, natural defences, internal defences, phagocytosis, macrophages, lymphocytes, antigens, antibodies and how they work, cell signalling, cytokines, interleukins, interferon, B&T cells, vaccinations, and controlling diseases. Excellent resource covering all aspects, can be used as a class presentation or given to students as a revision resource. Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.
AQA Trilogy Quantitative Chemistry
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AQA Trilogy Quantitative Chemistry

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Covers the AQA Chemistry (Trilogy) specification for Quantitative chemistry. Concentrates on calculations. It includes practice slides throughout the presentation so that the students can practice each calculation as you go through each type. Covers: Ar / Mr / RFM / % mass of an element or compound / Number of moles / Conservation of mass and why the mass actually changes during some reactions / thermal decomposition / how to use moles to calculate mass / how to calculate Empirical formula / limiting reactions and how to calculate concentrations of solutions. After completing the presentation and trial questions there is a revision sheet. For higher groups I actually removed the examples and got them to make the revision card. For those struggling I gave the revision sheet as it is.
New AQA AS BIology - Cell membrane structure & exchange across membranes
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New AQA AS BIology - Cell membrane structure & exchange across membranes

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This is an extensive 21 slide power point covering all aspects of the New AQA AS Biology syllabus. It includes pgospholipid bilayer structure. Fluid mosaic, hydrophobic and hydrophiluc tails, chlesterol,permeabiluty of membranes, experimental techniques, diffusion, facilitated diffusion, rates of diffusion, osmosis, water potential, active transport and co transport (using sodium and glucose as an example. Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.
AQA A  Level Biology - Photosynthesis ppt & Workbook
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AQA A Level Biology - Photosynthesis ppt & Workbook

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This is an 13 slide power point covering the aspects of photosynthesis. Slides cover chloroplast structure, pigments, light absorption, Light dependent, phosphorylation/chemiosmosis, light independent cycles and finishes with carbon numbers of the calvin cycle. The workbook can be used with the ppt or used as a homework task, plenary, starter or as a revision tool. Thank you for looking at my resource, if you like it please leave feedback, or follow me on twitter so you can get notification of othernew resources I produce.
New AQA  AS Biology - Digestion & Absorption
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New AQA AS Biology - Digestion & Absorption

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This is an 11 slide powerpoint covering the New AQA AS Biology syllabus. It covers all aspects of the course with respect to digestion and absorption. Easy to follow text, using scientific terminology, diagrams and pictures. Areas covered are: digestion, digestive enzymes, amylase, lipases, proteases, endo & exopeptidases, finishing with how monomers are absorbed, using co-transport proteins, sodium ions and micelles. Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.
AS Biology Worksheet - The circulatory system (4 sheets)
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AS Biology Worksheet - The circulatory system (4 sheets)

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These quick revision sheets can be used as class activities, revision tools, home works, starters or as a plenary. The sheets include describing blood vessels, labelling the heart, explaining the cardiac cycle and the pressure/ volume graph. Hope it is helpful to give students a starting base for revision or test practice.
KS3 / GCSE (SEN/Foundation) - Chemistry Rock Cycle ppt & worksheets
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KS3 / GCSE (SEN/Foundation) - Chemistry Rock Cycle ppt & worksheets

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The power point is a colourful, easy to follow explanation of the rock cycle. Suitable for KS3 and GCSE (SEN) students.These sheets were made specifically for my KS3 students but have worked really well with SEN and GCSE Foundation students. They are colourful, easy to read and easy to fill in. All can be used as starters, plenaries, home works or even as a class test.
New AQA AS Biology - Cell Division (Mitosis)
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New AQA AS Biology - Cell Division (Mitosis)

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This is a extensive 15 slide ppt, covering the New AQA AS Biology syllabus. It has easy to understand text, with full scientific terminology, colourful pictures and diagrams to aid learning. It includes, cell division, mitosis, stages of cell division (interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase and telophase), hoe to calculate time taken in each stage of mitosis, cancer, chemotherapy, radiation treatments and how they affect cell division, root tip experiment, observation of cells covering eyepiece graticules and micrometers, finishing with calculations and formula needed for the exam. Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.