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FLIPPED LEARNING: Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration
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FLIPPED LEARNING: Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration

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This is a full flipped learning lesson plan with all accompanying resources included (or linked to if they are online). The worksheet provides the quick link to the Science Sauce website where the self-study materials are found, and the Teacher sheet contains a full lesson instructions. WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING? Flipped learning requires students to learn the main content before class (often via an online video) and then do the "homework" in class with the teacher's support. The in-class tasks can be very creative and will generally be more student-centred and allow for more student engagement. (Learn more at http://sciencesauceonline.com/flipped-learning/).
FLIPPED LEARNING: Osmosis in Potatoes - Practical
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FLIPPED LEARNING: Osmosis in Potatoes - Practical

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This is a full flipped learning lesson plan with all accompanying resources included (or linked to if they are online). The worksheet provides the quick link to the Science Sauce website where the self-study materials are found, and the Teacher sheet contains a full lesson instructions. WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING? Flipped learning requires students to learn the main content before class (often via an online video) and then do the "homework" in class with the teacher's support. The in-class tasks can be very creative and will generally be more student-centred and allow for more student engagement. (Learn more at http://sciencesauceonline.com/flipped-learning/).
FLIPPED LEARNING: Photosynthesis
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FLIPPED LEARNING: Photosynthesis

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This is a full flipped learning lesson plan with all accompanying resources included (or linked to if they are online). The worksheet provides the quick link to the Science Sauce website where the self-study materials are found, and the Teacher sheet contains a full lesson instructions. WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING? Flipped learning requires students to learn the main content before class (often via an online video) and then do the "homework" in class with the teacher's support. The in-class tasks can be very creative and will generally be more student-centred and allow for more student engagement. (Learn more at http://sciencesauceonline.com/flipped-learning/).
FLIPPED LEARNING: Characteristics of Living Things
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FLIPPED LEARNING: Characteristics of Living Things

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This is a full flipped learning lesson plan with all accompanying resources included (or linked to if they are online). The worksheet provides the quick link to the Science Sauce website where the self-study materials are found, and the Teacher sheet contains a full lesson instructions. WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING? Flipped learning requires students to learn the main content before class (often via an online video) and then do the "homework" in class with the teacher's support. The in-class tasks can be very creative and will generally be more student-centred and allow for more student engagement. (Learn more at http://sciencesauceonline.com/flipped-learning/).
FLIPPED LEARNING: Structure of the Heart
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FLIPPED LEARNING: Structure of the Heart

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This is a full flipped learning lesson plan with all accompanying resources included (or linked to if they are online). The worksheet provides the quick link to the Science Sauce website where the self-study materials are found, and the Teacher sheet contains a full lesson instructions. WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING? Flipped learning requires students to learn the main content before class (often via an online video) and then do the "homework" in class with the teacher's support. The in-class tasks can be very creative and will generally be more student-centred and allow for more student engagement. (Learn more at http://sciencesauceonline.com/flipped-learning/).
FLIPPED LEARNING: Kidneys and the Nephron
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FLIPPED LEARNING: Kidneys and the Nephron

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This is a full flipped learning lesson plan with all accompanying resources included (or linked to if they are online). The worksheet provides the quick link to the Science Sauce website where the self-study materials are found, and the Teacher sheet contains a full lesson instructions. WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING? Flipped learning requires students to learn the main content before class (often via an online video) and then do the "homework" in class with the teacher's support. The in-class tasks can be very creative and will generally be more student-centred and allow for more student engagement. (Learn more at http://sciencesauceonline.com/flipped-learning/).
FLIPPED LEARNING: Monohybrid Inheritance
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FLIPPED LEARNING: Monohybrid Inheritance

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This is a full flipped learning lesson plan with all accompanying resources included (or linked to if they are online). The worksheet provides the quick link to the Science Sauce website where the self-study materials are found, and the Teacher sheet contains a full lesson instructions. WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING? Flipped learning requires students to learn the main content before class (often via an online video) and then do the "homework" in class with the teacher's support. The in-class tasks can be very creative and will generally be more student-centred and allow for more student engagement. (Learn more at http://sciencesauceonline.com/flipped-learning/).
FLIPPED LEARNING: Pathogens and Transmission
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FLIPPED LEARNING: Pathogens and Transmission

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This is a full flipped learning lesson plan with all accompanying resources included (or linked to if they are online). The worksheet provides the quick link to the Science Sauce website where the self-study materials are found, and the Teacher sheet contains a full lesson instructions. WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING? Flipped learning requires students to learn the main content before class (often via an online video) and then do the "homework" in class with the teacher's support. The in-class tasks can be very creative and will generally be more student-centred and allow for more student engagement. (Learn more at http://sciencesauceonline.com/flipped-learning/).
FLIPPED LEARNING: Blood-glucose and Diabetes
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FLIPPED LEARNING: Blood-glucose and Diabetes

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This is a full flipped learning lesson plan with all accompanying resources included (or linked to if they are online). The worksheet provides the quick link to the Science Sauce website where the self-study materials are found, and the Teacher sheet contains a full lesson instructions. WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING? Flipped learning requires students to learn the main content before class (often via an online video) and then do the "homework" in class with the teacher's support. The in-class tasks can be very creative and will generally be more student-centred and allow for more student engagement. (Learn more at http://sciencesauceonline.com/flipped-learning/).
FLIPPED LEARNING: Osmosis and Diffusion
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FLIPPED LEARNING: Osmosis and Diffusion

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This is a full flipped learning lesson plan with all accompanying resources included (or linked to if they are online). The worksheet provides the quick link to the Science Sauce website where the self-study materials are found, and the Teacher sheet contains a full lesson instructions. WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING? Flipped learning requires students to learn the main content before class (often via an online video) and then do the "homework" in class with the teacher's support. The in-class tasks can be very creative and will generally be more student-centred and allow for more student engagement. (Learn more at http://sciencesauceonline.com/flipped-learning/).
FLIPPED LEARNING: Flower Dissection
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FLIPPED LEARNING: Flower Dissection

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This is a full flipped learning lesson plan with all accompanying resources included (or linked to if they are online). The worksheet provides the quick link to the Science Sauce website where the self-study materials are found, and the Teacher sheet contains a full lesson instructions. WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING? Flipped learning requires students to learn the main content before class (often via an online video) and then do the "homework" in class with the teacher's support. The in-class tasks can be very creative and will generally be more student-centred and allow for more student engagement. (Learn more at http://sciencesauceonline.com/flipped-learning/).
FLIPPED LEARNING: Arthropods
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FLIPPED LEARNING: Arthropods

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This is a full flipped learning lesson plan with all accompanying resources included (or linked to if they are online). The worksheet provides the quick link to the Science Sauce website where the self-study materials are found, and the Teacher sheet contains a full lesson instructions. WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING? Flipped learning requires students to learn the main content before class (often via an online video) and then do the "homework" in class with the teacher's support. The in-class tasks can be very creative and will generally be more student-centred and allow for more student engagement. (Learn more at http://sciencesauceonline.com/flipped-learning/
FLIPPED LEARNING: Enzymes
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FLIPPED LEARNING: Enzymes

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This is a full flipped learning lesson plan with all accompanying resources included (or linked to if they are online). The worksheet provides the quick link to the Science Sauce website where the self-study materials are found, and the Teacher sheet contains a full lesson instructions. WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING? Flipped learning requires students to learn the main content before class (often via an online video) and then do the "homework" in class with the teacher's support. The in-class tasks can be very creative and will generally be more student-centred and allow for more student engagement. (Learn more at http://sciencesauceonline.com/flipped-learning/).
Biology Practice and Revision Notes Bundle (Big discount)
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Biology Practice and Revision Notes Bundle (Big discount)

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A bundle of revision notes and practice questions - ideal for end of course review, or to be used as recap materials at the end of a lesson/topic. The notes are neatly condensed and easy to follow. Full answer sheets to the questions are also included. Perfect for IGCSE Biology The following topics are included in the bundle: Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration Arthropods Blood Glucose and Diabetes Circulatory System DNA and Protein Synthesis Enzymes Excretion and the Kidneys Food Tests Gas Exchange Monohybrid Inheritance Osmosis, Diffusion and Active Transport Pathogens, Disease, HIV Photosynthesis Reproduction in Flowering Plants Specialised Cells White Blood Cells and Immunity
Circulatory System
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Circulatory System

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Topic: Circulatory System This pack includes: - A condensed, easy-to-follow revision sheet. - Question sheet - Full answer sheet Packs for a wide range of biology topics are available.
IGCSE Biology WHOLE UNIT: 03 Transport in and out of the cell
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IGCSE Biology WHOLE UNIT: 03 Transport in and out of the cell

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A WHOLE UNIT work pack for the chapter 03 "Transport in and out of the cell" for the Cambridge IGCSE (0610) Biology course. Full markscheme is included. Differentiated: tasks denoted with the "E" are for extended candidates only. Contact me with any questions: contact@sciencesauceonline.com
Famous Scientists in Biology (Blue Plaque display)
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Famous Scientists in Biology (Blue Plaque display)

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A blue plaque display: A unique display perfect for biology labs/classrooms. The pack contains both a simple and a complex version of the display. The simple version requires basic cutting and laminating, while the complex version has templates for cutting out individual sections on cardboard, creating a 3D display. The following scientists are including: Charles Darwin Aristotle Rosalind Franklin Carl Linnaeus Robert Hooke Campbell and Wilmut Gregor Mendel
The Scientific Method Display
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The Scientific Method Display

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A display for science classrooms / laboratories stating and outlining the steps of scientific methodology. Written in simplified English and suitable for KS2 to KS4. Can be arranged to fit any display board shape.
Year 7 - Cells (Whole Unit)
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Year 7 - Cells (Whole Unit)

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Full unit plan including presentations, task sheets and answers. Free sample lesson available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/year-7-specialised-cells-full-lesson-12017230 Lesson 1 - Observing Cell Describe what a cell is. Explain how to use a microscope to observe a cell. Lesson 2 - (PRACTICAL) Using the Light Microscope Use a microscope to observe a prepared slide calculating a range of magnifications. Prepare and observe cells on a microscope slide safely, using scale and magnifications. Lesson 3 - Animal and Plant Cells Describe the functions of the components of a cell. Describe the similarities and differences between plant and animal cells. Lesson 4 - Specialised Cells Describe examples of specialised animal cells. Describe examples of specialised plant cells. Lesson 5 - Movement of Substances Describe which substances move into and out of cells. Describe the process of diffusion. Lesson 6 - Unicellular Organisms Describe what a unicellular organism is and give detailed examples. Describe the structure and function of an amoeba. Describe the structure and function of euglena.