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I am a lead Biology Teacher at a secondary school. My resources are designed for the new AQA GCSE Biology curriculum and many of them can also be used for the new AQA GCSE Synergy curriculum. Each lesson is power point based and includes information slides along with differentiated pupil activities (to maximise active learning opportunities).

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I am a lead Biology Teacher at a secondary school. My resources are designed for the new AQA GCSE Biology curriculum and many of them can also be used for the new AQA GCSE Synergy curriculum. Each lesson is power point based and includes information slides along with differentiated pupil activities (to maximise active learning opportunities).
AQA Biology 4.5 - L6 Focusing the Eye
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AQA Biology 4.5 - L6 Focusing the Eye

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New AQA GCSE Biology scheme (2016). A lesson on changes that occur to the eye when focusing on close and distant objects. The lesson also covers how we use lenses to correct short and long sightedness (as well as pros and cons of alternative treatments). Includes a teacher powerpoint and differentiated pupil activities
AQA Biology 4.5 - L15 Uses of Plant Hormones
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AQA Biology 4.5 - L15 Uses of Plant Hormones

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New AQA GCSE Biology scheme (2016). A lesson on the function of different types of plant hormones along with how these are used in farming. Includes a teacher powerpoint and a differentiated pupil activity.
AQA Biology 4.6  –  L13 Speciation
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AQA Biology 4.6 – L13 Speciation

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New AQA GCSE Biology scheme (2016). This lesson covers the process of speciation and how relationships between species can be shown on evolutionary tree diagrams. The lesson is accompanied by 3 exam questions (low to high demand). Includes a teacher powerpoint and differentiated pupil activities.
AQA Biology 4.6 – L14 Selective Breeding
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AQA Biology 4.6 – L14 Selective Breeding

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New AQA GCSE Biology scheme (2016). This lesson covers the process of selective breeding and the potential uses and ethics of this Science. The lesson also includes a differentiated practical activity, in which, pupils must apply their knowledge of genetics and causes of variation to justify their pairings in selective breeding pairs. Includes a teacher powerpoint and differentiated pupil activities.
AQA Biology 4.6 - L1 DNA Structure
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AQA Biology 4.6 - L1 DNA Structure

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A lesson on the key aspects of the structure and function of DNA. The lesson details how DNA is arranged and then builds on this by explaining how DNA codes for a particular gene. The lesson is also accompanied by exam practice and a homework on the human genome. Includes a teacher powerpoint and differentiated pupil activities.
AQA Biology 4.5 - L9 The Kidneys and Water Control
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AQA Biology 4.5 - L9 The Kidneys and Water Control

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New AQA GCSE Biology scheme (2016). A lesson on how the kidneys control water levels in the body. The lesson covers how water, ions and urea levels are controlled by the kidneys and is accompanied by 3 exam questions (low to high demand). Includes a teacher powerpoint and differentiated pupil activities.
AQA Biology 4.6  –  L12 Evolution
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AQA Biology 4.6 – L12 Evolution

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New AQA GCSE Biology scheme (2016). This lesson outlines 2 main theories of evolution put forward by Lamarck and Darwin. The lesson also includes a practical activity to reinforce the idea of natural selection of peppered moths. The lesson is accompanied by 3 exam questions (low to high demand). Includes a teacher powerpoint and differentiated pupil activities.
AQA Biology 4.6 – L15 Classification
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AQA Biology 4.6 – L15 Classification

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New AQA GCSE Biology scheme (2016). This lesson explains the key aspects of the Linnaean classification system, including the order of the groups and definitions of key terms. The lesson also explains the importance of the binomial naming system and why there are now 3 further domains in the classification groups. The lesson is accompanied by a practical, in which, pupils must create their own classification system for a new set of organisms. Includes a teacher powerpoint and differentiated pupil activities.
AQA Biology 4.6 – L5 Gender Determination
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AQA Biology 4.6 – L5 Gender Determination

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New AQA GCSE Biology scheme (2016). This lesson details how to draw punnet square diagrams to determine the gender of offspring. It serves as a good foundation for future lessons on drawing genetic crosses. The lesson is accompanied by 3 exam questions (low to high demand) and a set of key word match up cards (to help pupils to learn the key terms in genetics). Includes a teacher powerpoint and differentiated pupil activities.
AQA Biology 4.6  –   L8 Mendel
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AQA Biology 4.6 – L8 Mendel

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New AQA GCSE Biology scheme (2016). This lesson outlines the work of Mendel and how it led to our understanding of genetic inheritance today. The lesson also serves as a recap on how to draw genetic cross diagrams for pea plant inheritance. The lesson is accompanied by 3 exam questions (low to high demand). Includes a teacher powerpoint and differentiated pupil activities.
AQA Biology 4.6 – L4 Sexual & Asexual Reproduction
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AQA Biology 4.6 – L4 Sexual & Asexual Reproduction

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New AQA GCSE Biology scheme (2016). This lesson covers outlines the process of both types of reproduction. It also looks at advantages and disadvantages of both types of reproduction from a species survival point of view. This lesson is accompanied by exam practice. Includes a teacher powerpoint and differentiated pupil activities.
AQA Biology 4.6  –  L2 DNA Mutations
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AQA Biology 4.6 – L2 DNA Mutations

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New AQA GCSE Biology scheme (2016). A lesson on the cause and effects of different DNA mutations. The lesson covers substitution, insertion and deletion mutations; outlining how each mutation affects the structure of the DNA and some real life examples of disorders caused by these. The lesson is accompanied by 3 exam questions (low to high demand). Includes a teacher powerpoint and differentiated pupil activities.
AQA Biology 4.3 - L8 Plant Defence
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AQA Biology 4.3 - L8 Plant Defence

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New AQA GCSE Biology scheme (2016). A lesson on the chemical, physical and mechanical defences of plants against a variety of diseases and predators. Includes a teacher powerpoint and differentiated pupil activities.
AQA Biology 4.5 - L8 Insulin and Diabetes
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AQA Biology 4.5 - L8 Insulin and Diabetes

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New AQA GCSE Biology scheme (2016). A lesson on how glucose is regulated by hormones in the body. The lesson also covers both types of diabetes: causes and treatments. The lesson is accompanied by 3 exam questions (low to high demand). Includes a teacher powerpoint and differentiated pupil activities.
AQA B1.3 Drugs - Structured Revision
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AQA B1.3 Drugs - Structured Revision

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Pupils start by answering a set of questions (the powerpoint refers to Showbie codes that I get my class to use for revision at home before the lesson, but this slide can just be deleted if you don't use this). Pupils will then be directed onto a revision path, depending on how many questions they get right from the starter. Each path is made up of approximately 6 tasks that are each meant to last about 5 minutes. At the end of the activities, pupils will then complete a 25 minute test to see how well they have progressed in the revision lesson. Both red (easier) and green paths have been included, along with the answer sheets so that pupils can self assess.
AQA B1.2 Nerves and Hormones - Structured Revision
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AQA B1.2 Nerves and Hormones - Structured Revision

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Pupils start by answering a set of questions (the powerpoint refers to Showbie codes that I get my class to use for revision at home before the lesson, but this slide can just be deleted if you don't use this). Pupils will then be directed onto a revision path, depending on how many questions they get right from the starter. Each path is made up of approximately 6 tasks that are each meant to last about 5 minutes. At the end of the activities, pupils will then complete a 25 minute test to see how well they have progressed in the revision lesson. Both red (easier) and green paths have been included, along with the answer sheets so that pupils can self assess.
AQA B1.4, B1.5 and B1.6 Structured Revision
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AQA B1.4, B1.5 and B1.6 Structured Revision

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Pupils start by answering a set of questions (the powerpoint refers to Showbie codes that I get my class to use for revision at home before the lesson, but this slide can just be deleted if you don't use this). Pupils will then be directed onto a revision path, depending on how many questions they get right from the starter. Each path is made up of approximately 6 tasks that are each meant to last about 5 minutes. At the end of the activities, pupils will then complete a 25 minute test to see how well they have progressed in the revision lesson. Both red (easier) and green paths have been included, along with the answer sheets so that pupils can self assess.