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Welcome to my range of science resources, I hope to support teachers and students with my range of whole lessons, active revision cards, funky foldables and more. In case of queries contact lilac.anchor@yahoo.com
Metabolism and The Response to Exercise Outstanding Lesson AQA New 9-1 Bioenergetics
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Metabolism and The Response to Exercise Outstanding Lesson AQA New 9-1 Bioenergetics

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This is lesson 6 in the new Bioenergetics topic for AQA new 9-1 Trilogy and Biology specification. Written by an experienced teacher, writer and examiner, for teachers to teach a whole lesson at KS4. This lesson contains all elements for an outstanding lesson, with maximum student involvement and minimal teacher consolidation (just the chalk and talk that is necessary). Teaches metabolism plus the response to exercise. Learning intention: Explain the changes that occur to the body through exercise. Describe the reactions involved in metabolism. ALSO look up Free lesson 1 Learning intention: To explain photosynthesis with an equation, naming reactant and products. Paid for lesson 2 Learning intention: To describe how plants use the glucose they produce in photosynthesis. Paid for lesson 3 Learning intention: To explain how the structure of a leaf is adapted for photosynthesis. Paid for lesson 4 Learning intention: To interpret data about the rate of photosynthesis. Paid for lesson 5 Learning intention: To compare aerobic and anaerobic respiration. (This is lesson 6.) Includes a tool for the demonstration of progress, information mats, many student activities, printable support mats to have available in the room (fantastic if you don’t have any or enough text books) which double up as revision cards to give the students to take away and revise with (the revision cards are available to purchase as whole topics), or read ahead before the lesson, foldable notebook. Giving students the take away revision cards also ticks the box for providing intervention for any students behind target, supporting EAL, pupil premium etc. Exit tickets are also included, allowing the teacher to personalise learning.
The Limiting Factors of Photosynthesis Outstanding Lesson AQA New 9-1 Bioenergetics
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The Limiting Factors of Photosynthesis Outstanding Lesson AQA New 9-1 Bioenergetics

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This is lesson 4 in the new Bioenergetics topic for AQA new 9-1 Trilogy and Biology specification. Written by an experienced teacher, writer and examiner, for teachers to teach a whole lesson at KS4. This lesson contains all elements for an outstanding lesson, with maximum student involvement and minimal teacher consolidation (just the chalk and talk that is necessary). Teaches how to interpret the rate of photosynthesis graphs in terms of limiting factors. Learning intention: To interpret data about the rate of photosynthesis ALSO look up Free lesson 1 Learning intention: To explain photosynthesis with an equation, naming reactant and products. Paid for lesson 2 Learning intention: To describe how plants use the glucose they produce in photosynthesis. Paid for lesson 3 Learning intention: To explain how the structure of a leaf is adapted for photosynthesis. (This is lesson 4) Includes a tool for the demonstration of progress, differentiated worksheets to provide students with a scaffolded approach to help them interpret the graphs (which many students find tricky), printable support mats to have available in the room (fantastic if you don’t have any or enough text books) which double up as revision cards to give the students to take away and revise with (the revision cards are available to purchase as whole topics), or read ahead before the lesson. Giving students the take away revision cards also ticks the box for providing intervention for any students behind target, supporting EAL, pupil premium etc. Exit tickets are also included, allowing the teacher to personalise learning.
Resistors: I-V Characteristics of Ohmic and Non-Ohmic Conductors Physics GCSE
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Resistors: I-V Characteristics of Ohmic and Non-Ohmic Conductors Physics GCSE

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This resource is one of my active revision card activities on 'Resistors', which focuses on the I-V characteristics of ohmic and non-ohmic conductors. Aimed at the new 9-1 AQA specification for single sciences, but the content looks like it would suit all exam boards. My active revision cards include a 'Do' and 'Review' slide, where the 'review' assists the student with the whole content for the lesson and the 'do' makes the learning more active and challenges students to recall the keywords etc for the lesson. The document is very versatile, can support the flipped learning environment as an instructional slide. Can be printed on half a sheet of A4, a great size as take away revision cards, also good size for a starter for the next lesson or a plenary at the end of the lesson. The resource also makes a good support mat printed on a full A4 sheet. This is one document from a pack of my premium resources. I hope this will help students and teachers with teaching and learning.
Explaining Photosynthesis Outstanding Lesson AQA GCSE Biology New 9-1 Bioenergetics
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Explaining Photosynthesis Outstanding Lesson AQA GCSE Biology New 9-1 Bioenergetics

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This is lesson 1 in the new Bioenergetics topic for AQA new 9-1 Trilogy and Biology specification. Written by an experienced teacher, writer and examiner, for teachers to teach a whole lesson at KS4. This lesson contains all elements for an outstanding lesson, with maximum student involvement and minimal teacher consolidation (just the chalk and talk that is necessary). Teaches the equation and keywords, test for starch with instructions for a practical/demo. Learning intention: To explain photosynthesis with an equation, naming reactant and products. Includes a tool for the demonstration of progress, activities for the students, mini plenaries to ensure students are understanding as you go along, an optional practical or demonstration, printable support mats to have available in the room (fantastic if you don’t have any or enough text books) and revision cards to give the students to take away and revise with (the revision cards are available to purchase as whole topics).
Controlling Body Temperature GCSE Active Revision Card Activity Versatile and Effective
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Controlling Body Temperature GCSE Active Revision Card Activity Versatile and Effective

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This resource is one of my active revision card activities on 'Controlling Body Temperature'. Aimed at the new 9-1 AQA specification for single sciences, but the content looks like it would suit all exam boards. My active revision cards include a 'Do' and 'Review' slide, where the 'review' assists the student with the whole content for the lesson and the 'do' makes the learning more active and challenges students to recall the keywords etc for the lesson. The document is very versatile, can support the flipped learning environment as an instructional slide. Can be printed on half a sheet of A4, a great size as take away revision cards, also good size for a starter for the next lesson or a plenary at the end of the lesson. The resource also makes a good support mat printed on a full A4 sheet. This is one document from a pack of my premium resources. I hope this will help students and teachers with teaching and learning.
Chromosomes, Mitosis and the Cell Cycle AQA GCSE Biology New 9-1 Cell Biology
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Chromosomes, Mitosis and the Cell Cycle AQA GCSE Biology New 9-1 Cell Biology

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This is lesson 6 in the new Cell Biology topic for AQA new 9-1 Trilogy and Biology specification. Written by an experienced teacher, writer and examiner, for teachers to teach a whole lesson at KS4 Covering chromosomes, mitosis and the cell cycle, with learning intention: To describe the stages of the cell cycle. Each lesson provides take away learning card(s) so the students can keep a record of the content for that lesson, this lesson provides a treasure hunt to collect the information, choice of activties to consolidate and be creative, opportunities to make flash cards and exit tickets to adjust teaching in the next lesson. All elements are included for an outstanding lesson.
Photosynthesis and the Uses of Glucose Outstanding Lesson AQA GCSE Biology New 9-1 Bioenergetics
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Photosynthesis and the Uses of Glucose Outstanding Lesson AQA GCSE Biology New 9-1 Bioenergetics

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This is lesson 2 in the new Bioenergetics topic for AQA new 9-1 Trilogy and Biology specification. Written by an experienced teacher, writer and examiner, for teachers to teach a whole lesson at KS4. This lesson contains all elements for an outstanding lesson, with maximum student involvement and minimal teacher consolidation (just the chalk and talk that is necessary). Teaches the uses of glucose in the plant. Learning intention: To describe how plants use the glucose they produce in photosynthesis. ALSO look up Free lesson 1 Learning intention: To explain photosynthesis with an equation, naming reactant and products. (This advertised resource is for lesson 2.) Includes a tool for the demonstration of progress, activities for the students, mini plenaries to ensure students are understanding as you go along, a short modelling activity that you can keep to remind students in future lessons, printable support mats to have available in the room (fantastic if you don’t have any or enough text books) and revision cards to give the students to take away and revise with (the revision cards are available to purchase as whole topics).
Krebs Cycle and Oxidative Phosphorylation Double Lesson Aerobic Respiration A Level Biology OCR A
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Krebs Cycle and Oxidative Phosphorylation Double Lesson Aerobic Respiration A Level Biology OCR A

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Krebs Cycle and Oxidative Phosphorylation Double Lesson Learning intention: To describe the process and site of the Krebs Cycle and Oxidative Phosphorylation. Can easily be split into two lessons if required. Works well in flipped learning or by a traditional method. This was written to meet the OCR A specification but looks like it would meet the requirements of other exam boards or could be easily tweaked. Resources include take away active revision cards for students, which double up as sources of information and can be issued the lesson prior to turn into a flipped learning environment - they read all the information they need, then spend the lesson learning it further/ applying it/ using it. Plenty of activities for students to learn and demontrate progress.
Quantitative Chemistry Topic 3 Full Set of Revision Card Activities New AQA Chemistry GCSE
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Quantitative Chemistry Topic 3 Full Set of Revision Card Activities New AQA Chemistry GCSE

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New AQA GCSE Chemistry 9-1 specification. Topic 3 Quantitative Chemistry. Covers all of the theory topics, balancing equations, relative formula mass, the mole, limiting reactants, gases, concentration, atom economy, percentage yield, including mastery. Includes the additional for Chemistry as a single science (all is there for trilogy - just miss the chemistry only bits). Useful for students to use for revision, and for teachers to use in a lesson as an activity or plenary. Good instructional material for a flipped classroom. Includes a 'Do' and 'Review' slide, the 'Do' will check understanding and make the learning more active, the 'Review' can help students check answers and act as a revision card. Equally works well as a starter for the next lesson to check retention. Many uses e.g. support mats, starter, plenary, revision etc.
Anaerobic Respiration and Respiratory Quotients Double Lesson A Level Biology OCR A
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Anaerobic Respiration and Respiratory Quotients Double Lesson A Level Biology OCR A

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Anaerobic Respiration and Respiratory Quotients Double Lesson Learning intention: To describe the process of anaerobic respiration and the use and interpretation of the respiratory quotient Works well in flipped learning or by a traditional method. This was written to meet the OCR A specification but looks like it would meet the requirements of other exam boards or could be easily tweaked. Resources include take away active revision cards for students, which double up as sources of information and can be issued the lesson prior to turn into a flipped learning environment - they read all the information they need, then spend the lesson learning it further/ applying it/ using it. Includes activities for students to learn and demontrate progress.
Cells, Organisation, Infection and Response, Bioenergetics, Homeostasis, Inheritance, Variation, Evolution, Ecology, Summary of Whole of Biology AQA 9-1 GCSE as Active Revision Cards and Activities for Learning
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Cells, Organisation, Infection and Response, Bioenergetics, Homeostasis, Inheritance, Variation, Evolution, Ecology, Summary of Whole of Biology AQA 9-1 GCSE as Active Revision Cards and Activities for Learning

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New AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 Specification, printable active revision card activities. All content in here so suitable for individual sciences, trilogy, higher or foundation. My particular version is aimed at single science higher tier, can be easily adapted to suit your trilogy or foundation students. I have grouped together all topics 1 to 7 active revision card activities, to give a great value complete revision pack for the entire GCSE content for students. Helpful for teachers as guidance to the specification. The largest topics were produced in two parts, giving you a total of 10 documents in your bundle, each part is being offered separately. Students are welcome to buy directly to help with their own revision, can help to understand the content a little easier - use together with your class notes and revision guide. Teachers - help your lessons along to outstanding, I have seen very quick progress in my own students since I started using this format, students love them and are very willing to try. They are so useful and versatile, - revision cards, starters or plenaries, support mats, instructional material in the flipped classroom.
Organic Chemistry Topic 7 Active Revision Card Activities for New AQA Chemistry GCSE
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Organic Chemistry Topic 7 Active Revision Card Activities for New AQA Chemistry GCSE

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New AQA GCSE Chemistry 9-1 specification. Topic 7 Organic chemistry. Covers all of the theory topics, alkanes, alkenes, crude oil and fractional distillation, reactions of alkenes, alcohols, carboxylic acids, polymers, amino acids and DNA. Includes the additional for Chemistry as a single science (all is there for trilogy - just miss the chemistry only bits). Practicals not included here. Useful for students to use for revision, and for teachers to use in a lesson as an activity or plenary. Good instructional material for a flipped classroom. Includes a ‘Do’ and ‘Review’ slide, the ‘Do’ will check understanding and make the learning more active, the ‘Review’ can help students check answers and act as a revision card. Equally works well as a starter for the next lesson to check retention. Many uses e.g. support mats, starter, plenary, revision etc.
Photosynthesis, Uses of Glucose, Structure of Leaf, Limiting Factors, Respiration, Metabolism, Exercise,  Required Practical, Outstanding Lessons, Revision Cards, Activities, AQA 9-1 Full Bioenergetics Topic Ready to Teach
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Photosynthesis, Uses of Glucose, Structure of Leaf, Limiting Factors, Respiration, Metabolism, Exercise, Required Practical, Outstanding Lessons, Revision Cards, Activities, AQA 9-1 Full Bioenergetics Topic Ready to Teach

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A whole topic planned for you including take away revision cards, information organisers, foldable workbooks, many activities and all are outstanding lessons written by experienced teacher and examiner. Lesson 1 Learning intention: To explain photosynthesis with an equation, naming reactant and products. Lesson 2 Learning intention: To describe how plants use the glucose they produce in photosynthesis. Lesson 3 Learning intention: To explain how the structure of a leaf is adapted for photosynthesis. Lesson 4 Learning intention: To interpret data about the rate of photosynthesis. Lesson 5 Learning intention: To compare aerobic and anaerobic respiration. Lesson 6 Learning intention: Explain the changes that occur to the body through exercise. Required Practical Lesson: Photosynthesis
Revision Tarsias Topics 1-4 New AQA Biology GCSE, Cells, Organisation, Infection, Bioenergetics
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Revision Tarsias Topics 1-4 New AQA Biology GCSE, Cells, Organisation, Infection, Bioenergetics

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Please note that you require the free tarsia software to open these documents, they will not open in other programmes. If you require help please email me. New AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 specification. Four tarsia activity puzzle documents included - I have produced two versions of each (both included in the zip file - total 8 documents). One version is ideal for trilogy, and another (named triple) ideal for biology as a single science. Both are aimed at higher tier candidates, you can adapted to suit foundation tier students if required. Covers the topics; cells, organisation, infection, bioenergetics. Each tarsia produces a different shape, there is one domino, one triangle, a rhombus and a standard parallelogram. The triple version includes the part of the topic for biology only and is slightly more difficult as there are questions around the edges/ or bigger version of the puzzle. My students have loved these activities, they are fun to work on in pairs, they guide the students to revise the particular key words etc that I know they will need to recall, and used together with my support mats (a large print out of my active revision card activities), the students can look up anything they are unsure of (they can quickly go over the content again). OR a useful marking free homework - at a glance check the student have correct shape, can be peer marked by posting up the solution on the board. You will require the free tarsia software downloaded to your computer, simply google it and install, if you would like on your school computer your computer technicians should be happy to help.
Comparing Aerobic and Anaerobic respiration Outstanding Lesson AQA New 9-1 Bioenergetics
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Comparing Aerobic and Anaerobic respiration Outstanding Lesson AQA New 9-1 Bioenergetics

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This is lesson 5 in the new Bioenergetics topic for AQA new 9-1 Trilogy and Biology specification. Written by an experienced teacher, writer and examiner, for teachers to teach a whole lesson at KS4. This lesson contains all elements for an outstanding lesson, with maximum student involvement and minimal teacher consolidation (just the chalk and talk that is necessary). Teaches aerobic and anaerobic respiration and the comparison (plants, animals, yeast.) Learning intention: To compare aerobic and anaerobic respiration ALSO look up Free lesson 1 Learning intention: To explain photosynthesis with an equation, naming reactant and products. Paid for lesson 2 Learning intention: To describe how plants use the glucose they produce in photosynthesis. Paid for lesson 3 Learning intention: To explain how the structure of a leaf is adapted for photosynthesis. Paid for lesson 4 Learning intention: To interpret data about the rate of photosynthesis. (This is lesson 5.) Includes a tool for the demonstration of progress, information mats, a wow demo, many student activities printable support mats to have available in the room (fantastic if you don’t have any or enough text books) which double up as revision cards to give the students to take away and revise with (the revision cards are available to purchase as whole topics), or read ahead before the lesson, class sets equations cards for printing on cards or laminating. Giving students the take away revision cards also ticks the box for providing intervention for any students behind target, supporting EAL, pupil premium etc.
Magnetism and Electromagnetism Topic 7 Active Revision Cards for New AQA Physics GCSE
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Magnetism and Electromagnetism Topic 7 Active Revision Cards for New AQA Physics GCSE

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New AQA GCSE Physics 9-1 specification. Topic 7 Magnetism and Electromagnetism. Topic 7. This pack covers all of these theory topics; Permanent and induced magnets, electromagnetism, the motor effect, electric motors and loudspeakers, the generator effect, generators and microphones, transformers plus exam practise. These cards are useful for students to use for revision (print 2 to a page), and for teachers to use in a lesson as an activity or plenary. Good instructional material for a flipped classroom. Includes a ‘Do’ and ‘Review’ slide, the ‘Do’ will check understanding and make the learning more active, the ‘Review’ can help students check answers and act as a revision card. Equally works well as a starter for the next lesson to check retention. Many uses e.g. support mats, starter, plenary, revision etc.
Energy, Electricity, Particle, Atomic Structure, Forces, Waves, Space, Summary of Whole of Physics AQA 9-1 GCSE as Active Revision Cards and Activities for Learning
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Energy, Electricity, Particle, Atomic Structure, Forces, Waves, Space, Summary of Whole of Physics AQA 9-1 GCSE as Active Revision Cards and Activities for Learning

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New AQA GCSE Physics 9-1 Specification, printable active revision card activities. All content in here so suitable for individual sciences, trilogy, higher or foundation. My particular powerpoint version is aimed at single science higher tier, can be easily adapted to suit your trilogy or foundation students. I have grouped together all topics 1 to 8 active revision card activities, to give a great value complete revision pack for the entire GCSE content for students. The largest topics were produced in two parts, giving you a total of 10 documents in your bundle, each part is being offered separately. Students are welcome to buy directly to help with their own revision, can help to understand the content a little easier - use together with your class notes and revision guide. Teachers - help your lessons along to outstanding, I have seen very quick progress in my own students since I started using this format, students love them and are very willing to try. They are so useful and versatile, - revision cards, starters or plenaries, support mats, instructional material in the flipped classroom.
Homeostasis & Response Topic 5, Part 2 Revision Card Activities for New AQA Biology GCSE
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Homeostasis & Response Topic 5, Part 2 Revision Card Activities for New AQA Biology GCSE

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New AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 specification. Topic 5 (PART 2)- Homeostasis and Response is very large so I am splitting into two packs this is part 2. Topic 5 part 2. This pack covers all of these theory topics; The human endocrine system, control of blood glucose, diabetes, water/nitrogen balance, ADH, dialysis, hormones in reproduction, plant hormones, thyroxine/adrenaline, negative feedback exam mastery. Students need to source a graph of the interaction of the hormones in the menstrual cycle - a learning activity has been suggested in the notes for this. These cards are useful for students to use for revision (print 2 to a page), and for teachers to use in a lesson as an activity or plenary. Good instructional material for a flipped classroom. Includes a 'Do' and 'Review' slide, the 'Do' will check understanding and make the learning more active, the 'Review' can help students check answers and act as a revision card. Equally works well as a starter for the next lesson to check retention. Many uses e.g. support mats, starter, plenary, revision etc.
Homeostasis & Response Topic 5, Part 1 Revision Card Activities for New AQA Biology GCSE
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Homeostasis & Response Topic 5, Part 1 Revision Card Activities for New AQA Biology GCSE

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New AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 specification. Topic 5 - Homeostasis and Response is very large so I am splitting into two packs this is part 1. Topic 5 part 1. This pack covers all of these theory topics; homeostasis, the nervous system, synapses and reflexes, the brain, the eye, correcting vision defects, negative feedback. The brain and an eye picture will need sourcing by the students - a fun activity has been suggested within the pack (in the notes at the bottom of slide) for the students to practise these drawings and create their own - it will really get them learning! These cards are useful for students to use for revision (print 2 to a page), and for teachers to use in a lesson as an activity or plenary. Good instructional material for a flipped classroom. Includes a 'Do' and 'Review' slide, the 'Do' will check understanding and make the learning more active, the 'Review' can help students check answers and act as a revision card. Equally works well as a starter for the next lesson to check retention. Many uses e.g. support mats, starter, plenary, revision etc.