A lesson plan on the 7 characteristics of living things which includes easy directions on cooperative learning activities, differentiated working and how to do your assessment for learning (AFL) and a success criteria.
Exciting resource for teaching the seven characteristics of living things. It is simple enough to be used by students across primary and secondary.
Comprises of 3 worksheets with different approaches for the same objective.
This is an exciting activity that provides an opportunity for students to assess sense organs and their related receptors and stimulus.
A great way to introduce sense organs on the topic of the nervous system.
The activity requires three files:
1. the picture table
2. Differentiated worksheets - a) information card with worksheet and b) information card with worksheet for lower levels.
It can either be done individually or in pairs. It is an exciting and easy way to help you assess the students understanding of receptors and related stimulus.
Assess students understanding Diffusion, Osmosis, Active transport, Movement of Molecules.
Help students remember KEYWORDS and increase the use of more words.
Year 10 or 11 students doing GCSE or IGCSE Biology will find it more appropriate.
:: How to Use the resource.
1. Divide the class into 2 groups that will compete against each other.
2. Students choose a peer from their group who will guess the KEYWORD on the board.
3. May take about 20 minutes
This is a fun way for students to learn about Vitamin and Mineral deficiency on their own.
On completion the worksheet can be used as notes for revision.
Additional: It contains an additional worksheet for low ability students to explore the same objective.
Lesson plan that shows the starter, activities, plenary, AFL strategies for the topic on Cell organelles.
It show where to include collaboration, creativity and assessment.
The supporting files are available on TES.