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Hello science teacher friends! I am here to help you reduce your workload and restore your work-life balance! Are you looking for… - Ready to go Biology resources - Biology teaching tips and tricks - A way to save your precious free time and energy to enjoy your life! - Some fantastic freebies! Then you are in the right place friends!

Hello science teacher friends! I am here to help you reduce your workload and restore your work-life balance! Are you looking for… - Ready to go Biology resources - Biology teaching tips and tricks - A way to save your precious free time and energy to enjoy your life! - Some fantastic freebies! Then you are in the right place friends!
Photosynthesis Assessment & Feedback
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Photosynthesis Assessment & Feedback

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This photosynthesis assessment and feedback lesson is designed to help you and your students. You save time by marking one piece of work for this topic. The students benefit by getting specific and detailed feedback over what they are getting right, and what they need to work on. Marking is time consuming, and often does not benefit anyone. However, with this task, students will answer a detailed task to showcase what they know. There is also a success criteria they can use as a checklist to ensure they include all the detail needed. There is then space for teacher feedback (or peer feedback if you wish!), along with space for the student to address what they missed/got incorrect. When I use this resource I will spend one lesson on completing the task, and the start of another lesson for students to address the feedback I have provided. If when you are marking, you notice a lot of students are making the same mistake, you could plan to re-teach that and help all your students to make positive progress! Included in this resource is: Double sided assessment - page 1 is the task and space for the student to answer, page 2 includes the success criteria along with space for the teacher to leave comments and the student to respond and correct any work. Keyword linking activity (and model answers for the teacher to use) Photosynthesis themed word search (with answers) I hope your students find these worksheets useful! If you have enjoyed this resource, please consider leaving a review.
Evolution Activity
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Evolution Activity

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A fun and interesting evidence for evolution worksheet! Using weird and wonderful examples of evolution in nature. There are some slides included that are editable for you to use alongside the worksheet activity. The worksheet also has an exit ticket incorporated for your students to reflect on the activity. This resource is a free version of my new Animal Case Studies! I will be updating with fresh activities and animals regularly, as a research based activity for the classroom, stay tuned!
Lung Research Activity
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Lung Research Activity

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This resource includes an independent research task that allows students to build their knowledge around lung structure/function and lung diseases. Suggestions for use: Recap/extending knowledge after doing a lung dissection A stand alone research lesson Sub/cover lesson if you are not in school If you are interested in flipped learning, you could give this to your students to complete prior to your lesson/unit covering the lungs even begins. Activities included: There is the opportunity to draw and label a diagram of the lungs (label names are listed). Questions prompting research around lung disease (symptoms, causes and treatments). Suggested web links for the teacher are also included - great if you want to share this research over Teams/Classroom. Students will need a device to research for this lesson, great if you are a B.Y.O.D device school, or have a reliable source of tech! ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆ Follow my store for future freebies and products! >> Follow Miss Osmosis! Keep up to date with ideas and handy tips & tricks for teaching science by heading over to the Miss Osmosis Blog! www.missosmosis.com If you enjoy this free resource, please consider leaving a review. You can find out more about what is going on in my classroom by following me on: Facebook and Instagram (links in my store!)