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Looking for some decent, engaging science resources? Look no further! I studied in Nottingham for my undergraduate degree in Medicinal and Biological Chemistry, and then completed my Master's in the same field. I completed my teacher training at the same university, and now I currently teach 11-18 year olds at a school in Richmond-upon-Thames. Full Terms & Conditions of Use: http://revisechemistry.uk/privacypolicy
KS3 Plants - Lesson 1 - Structure of a Leaf
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KS3 Plants - Lesson 1 - Structure of a Leaf

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Learning Objectives Identify the different layers of a leaf Describe the functions of the different layers of a leaf Explain how a leaf is adapted to carry out the process of photosynthesis. Keywords Epidermis Cuticle Palisade Mesophyll Stomata Guard
KS3 Plants - The Plight of Bees
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KS3 Plants - The Plight of Bees

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Lesson Objectives State the role of bees in plant reproduction (pollination). Describe the changes in bee populations over time and give a few reasons why numbers are declining. Explain how pollination takes place and be able to say what is being done to restore bee populations in the local environment. Keywords Bee Reproduction Pollination CCD
KS3 Plants - Lesson 6 - Photosynthesis
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KS3 Plants - Lesson 6 - Photosynthesis

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Learning Objectives Recall why photosynthesis is important Describe the role of chloroplasts in photosynthesis Explain the process of photosynthesis using word equations Balance the Photosynthesis symbol equation. Keywords Photosynthesis Oxygen Carbon dioxide Water Glucose Chloroplast
KS3 Plants - Lesson 7 - Do Plants Need Light? (Testing for Starch)
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KS3 Plants - Lesson 7 - Do Plants Need Light? (Testing for Starch)

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(Comes with a worksheet in the PowerPoint file) Learning Objectives Safely test a leaf for starch Describe the results of testing leaf for starch and link to photosynthesis equation Explain the results of the testing leaf for starch experiment for both the plant in the light and plant in the dark Keywords Photosynthesis Oxygen Carbon dioxide Water Glucose Chloroplast Starch
KS3 Cells - Lesson 6 - Unicellular Organisms
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KS3 Cells - Lesson 6 - Unicellular Organisms

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Requires use of booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-cells-booklet-11688771) Buy in Bundle (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-cells-lesson-set-10-lessons-11688775) Learning Objectives What does the term unicellular mean? Describe and explain the features of some unicellular organisms Explain why organisms cannot grow beyond a certain size Keywords Unicellular Amoeba Bacteria Euglena Fungi Organelle
KS3 Cells - Lesson 3 - Animal Cells
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KS3 Cells - Lesson 3 - Animal Cells

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Requires use of booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-cells-booklet-11688771) Buy in Bundle (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-cells-lesson-set-10-lessons-11688775) Learning Objectives Compare and contrast plant and animal cells Describe the function of the organelles in an animal cell Identify the organelles in an animal cell Keywords Cell Organelle Membrane Cytoplasm Mitochondria
KS3 Cells - Lesson 7 - Cells, Tissues, Organs, Systems
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KS3 Cells - Lesson 7 - Cells, Tissues, Organs, Systems

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Requires use of booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-cells-booklet-11688771) Buy in Bundle (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-cells-lesson-set-10-lessons-11688775) Learning objectives Identify what makes up living things List 5 different human organs Explain how cells, tissues and organs are linked Keywords Cell Tissue Organ System Organism
KS3 Cells - Lesson 5 - Microscopes
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KS3 Cells - Lesson 5 - Microscopes

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Requires use of booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-cells-booklet-11688771) Buy in Bundle (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-cells-lesson-set-10-lessons-11688775) Learning Objectives Identify parts of a microscope and state what we use them for Make a cheek cell slide to identify the organelles Explain why diagrams in textbooks look different to images seen using a microscope Keywords Lens Magnification Slide Cell Stain
KS3 Cells - Lesson 8 - Plant Organs
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KS3 Cells - Lesson 8 - Plant Organs

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Requires use of booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-cells-booklet-11688771) Buy in Bundle (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-cells-lesson-set-10-lessons-11688775) Learning Objectives Identify the cells, tissues and organs within a plant Describe the roles of the different organs within the plant Explain how the tissues in the roots different from those in the leaves Keywords Leaf Stem Roots Function
Germination
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Germination

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Pupils’ starting point, prior or prerequisite knowledge: KS2: Life cycles Pupils learn that plants and animals reproduce as part of their life cycle and that in every life cycle there are distinct processes and stages. They begin to understand how reproduction is important to the survival of the species. KS3: Previous lessons about pollination and structures of a plant. Possible misconceptions about: Seeds/pollen being the same thing All seeds need the same requirements (not sure going to go into that much detail) – all need the same basic requirements however. Detail of key science concepts or skills: Plants need air, water, warmth, and light to be able to grow. A seed has three main parts: embryo – the young root and shoot that will become the adult plant food store – starch for the young plant to use until it is able to carry out photosynthesis seed coat – a tough protective outer covering Inquiry question/s: What conditions are needed for seeds to germinate? What conditions are needed for plants to grow? Pupil learning objectives/outcomes/success criteria: By the end of the lesson the pupils will be able to: Objectives: • What do plants need to grow? • Which conditions are needed for germination to happen? Outcomes: • State the basic requirements for plant growth. • Describe the conditions needed for germination to happen. • Carry out an experiment to investigate the conditions needed for germination to happen.
KS3 Cells, Reproduction, Forces, Acids, Particles Revision Game
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KS3 Cells, Reproduction, Forces, Acids, Particles Revision Game

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Lesson Objectives Recall facts about the five key topic areas Apply knowledge of five topics to answer questions Create a series of revision questions Rules: Students work in groups to compete to be the first team to complete all questions. Each group will send one person up to the teacher to collect their first question, and take it back to their table for answering. Once the group believes to have completed their question, it is taken back to the teacher who will check. If it is correct, the student will take back the next question. If it is incorrect, then they will have to go back and try again. The first team to complete all questions (or the most in the time allowed) will win!