Complete lesson on gas exchange in a leaf and xerophytes. Includes a starter, powerpoint, practical activity, worksheets and homework exam questions.
Designed for the AQA A level specification but can be used for other exam boards or levels
Includes a powerpoint with a few introductory slides about the t-test. Then there is a booklet with a worked through example and then two practise questions calculating the t-test and interpreting the result. Used for AQA A level Biology
Resources to teach muscle structure to A Level biology students (AQA)
1st lesson - muscle structure
2nd lesson - muscle contraction
There are worksheets with diagrams and questions on with varying difficulty.
Animations to go with the powerpoint
Powerpoint made for a 30 minute interview lesson. Complete with diagrams, explanations, spec links, exam question and some extension questions to apply their knowledge.
For the AQA new spec, but could be used for other exam boards.
List of around 50 key words with definitions for the A2 genetic technology unit For example: electrophoresis, DNA polymerase, gene therapy, vector.
The words are already matched up so can be given to pupils as a list of definitions to learn, or what I do is cut them up and make into a card sort for revision. The objective of the activity is for pupils to revise key words and identify any misconceptions or unknown vocab needed for the written exam.
The resource can easily be adapted once downloaded by adding or removing words from the table to suit different ability groups or syllabuses. Originally made for Cambridge A Level Syllabus but is very similar to the other major exam boards.
Powerpoint with starter, main and plenary included. Method included for the practical.
Used for an observation lesson in which i got a grade 1.
It was made for a high ability year 10 GCSE biology class (edexcel igcse) but could easily be used with key stage 3 or A level with slight changes. Suitable for all exam boards teaching DNA topic.
I find the results are best if you use strawberry or spinach (i gave the students a choice of which to use).
Complete lesson (could be done over 2)
Including - powerpoint, video links, practical activity, answers, exam questions, essay, extra notes sheet for students
This lesson always works really well and have been observed with this lesson before.