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Calvin Cycle worksheet - Light Independent Reaction A Level Biology
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Calvin Cycle worksheet - Light Independent Reaction A Level Biology

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A-Level 2016 Biology Calvin Cycle Light Independent Reaction Photosynthesis Worksheet Worksheet (pdf) aimed at A-Level Biology students studying AQA Photosynthesis topic. The pack contains a detailed, labelled diagram of the Calvin Cycle. Students can colour the molecules in the diagram and add detail to the label boxes - with an answer sheet for the teacher to make use of. This resource can be used independently where students research each part of the cycle or alongside a teacher-led lesson, it can also be used for revision. Included: Blank & unlabelled Calvin Cycle diagram Labelled Calvin Cycle diagram with blank boxes to add detail Labelled Calvin Cycle answer sheet
Onion cells practical lesson & worksheet
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Onion cells practical lesson & worksheet

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Suitable for GCSE and KS3 students in Biology / Science This resource is a full lesson and associated worksheet ready to go for students observing onion cells under the microscope. Encourages independent work and improves practical scientific skills It contains: A plug and play full lesson PowerPoint to guide students through the onion cell practical safely and sensibly. Answers to questions from the worksheet are included in the slides. Starter, Objectives/Success criteria, Progress checks and Plenary all included. A comprehensive worksheet aimed at GCSE or KS3 Biology students, covering the topic of use of light microscopes and plant cells centred around observing onion cells and creating accurate scientific diagrams. The worksheet is visually appealing and are designed to encourage independent learning, independent practical work and familiarisation of the key terminology. Designed to be printed two sided and stuck into student’s exercise books
Bacteria Cell worksheet: Colour & label
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Bacteria Cell worksheet: Colour & label

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GCSE Biology Prokaryote / Bacteria Cell Worksheets Worksheets (pdf) aimed at GCSE Biology students studying AQA, Edexcel and other exam boards Cells topic. The pack contains a detailed, labelled diagram of a prokaryote cell. Students can colour the diagram and add detail to the label boxes - with an answer sheet for the teacher to make use of. This resource can be used independently where students research each part of the cell or alongside a teacher-led lesson, it can also be used for revision. Included for the prokaryote cells: Blank & unlabelled diagram Labelled diagram with blank boxes to add organelle functions Labelled cell answer sheet
Eukaryotic Cell: Colour & label worksheet
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Eukaryotic Cell: Colour & label worksheet

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A-Level 2016 Biology Eukaryote Cell Worksheet Worksheet (pdf) aimed at A-Level Biology students studying AQA Cell Structure topic. The pack contains a detailed, labelled diagram an animal cell. Students can colour the diagram and add detail to the label boxes - with an answer sheet for the teacher to make use of. Includes: lysosome, ribosomes, golgi apparatus, rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum, nucleus, cytoplasm, mitochondria, cell surface membrane This resource can be used independently where students research each part of the cell or alongside a teacher-led lesson, it can also be used for revision. Included: Blank & unlabelled animal cell diagram Labelled animal cell diagram with blank boxes to add organelle functions Labelled animal cell answer sheet
Mitochondria worksheet - A Level Biology
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Mitochondria worksheet - A Level Biology

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A-Level 2016 Biology Mitochondrion Respiration Worksheet Worksheet (pdf) aimed at A-Level Biology students studying AQA Respiration / Cell Structure topics. The pack contains a detailed, labelled diagram of the Mitochondrion. Students can colour the structure in the diagram and add detail to the label boxes - with an answer sheet for the teacher to make use of. This resource can be used independently where students research each part of the mitochondrion or alongside a teacher-led lesson, it can also be used for revision. Included: Blank & unlabelled Mitochondrion diagram Labelled Mitochondrion diagram with blank boxes to add detail Labelled Mitochondrion answer sheet
Animal & Plant Cell worksheets: Colour & label
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Animal & Plant Cell worksheets: Colour & label

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GCSE Biology Animal & Plant Cells Worksheets - Colour and label cells Worksheets (pdf) aimed at GCSE Biology students studying AQA, Edexcel and other exam boards Cells topic. The pack contains a detailed, labelled diagram an animal cell and plant cell. Students can colour the diagram and add detail to the label boxes - with an answer sheet for the teacher to make use of. This resource can be used independently where students research each part of the cell or alongside a teacher-led lesson, it can also be used for revision. Included for each of plant and animal cells: Blank & unlabelled diagram Labelled diagram with blank boxes to add organelle functions Labelled cell answer sheet
Red cabbage indicator practical worksheet
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Red cabbage indicator practical worksheet

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Suitable for GCSE and KS3 students in Chemistry / Science This resource is a full lesson and associated worksheet ready to go for students making and using their own red cabbage indicator. Encourages independent work and improves practical scientific skills It contains: A comprehensive worksheet aimed at GCSE or KS3 Chemistry students, covering the topic of use of indicators and scientific skills. Starter questions, scientific equipment drawing skills, writing a scientific method, making observations, evaluating their indicator, plenary questions. The worksheet is visually appealing and are designed to encourage independent learning, independent practical work and familiarisation of the key terminology. Designed to be printed two sided and stuck into student’s exercise books once complete
Fire Triangle Worksheet KS3 KS2 Science
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Fire Triangle Worksheet KS3 KS2 Science

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KS3 Chemistry Fire Triangle Worksheet Worksheets (pdf) aimed at KS3 or KS2 Science / Chemistry students studying AQA, Edexcel and other exam boards Chemical Reactions topic. The pack contains a detailed, labelled diagram of the fire triangle and a set of follow up questions. Some short answer questions followed by an extended answer question to assess literacy. Students can use the information sheet to add detail to the label boxes - with an answer sheet for the teacher to make use of. This resource can be used independently where students research each part of the fire triangle or alongside a teacher-led lesson, it can also be used for revision. Included for the prokaryote cells: Blank & unlabelled diagram & question sheet Labelled answer sheet
Edexcel B7 Animal Coordination & Control Composite Plan
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Edexcel B7 Animal Coordination & Control Composite Plan

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Edexcel B7 Animal Coordination, Control and Homeostasis Composite Plan Ensuring students know and remember more Give this document to students at the start of the unit so they know where they are and where they are headed in their learning journey. Keywords for each lesson are included below the unit map to ensure students can independently look up content they do not understand. What is a composite plan: A curriculum planning tool to enable students to know and remember more. It is made up of: Composites: A significant stage in learning that requires multiple components to reach. May form a component of a bigger task. Component: A building block or key element of overall learning Use this composite plan to help you plan lessons for B7 Animal Coordination, Control and Homeostasisl Edexcel Biology Identify the what is and what is not key to instructions Cut extraneous cognitive load - only what is necessary Bear cognitive load effects in mind What matters most? What sequence enables learning? What pedagogy reduces load on working memory? How to help pupils transfer knowledge to long-term memory?
Parts of  a Flower Model KS3/KS2
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Parts of a Flower Model KS3/KS2

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An activity to colour, stick and label a pop up model of the parts of a flower for students. Suitable for all abilities at KS3 or KS2. Features 5 stickable parts, stick down tabs so that you can fold and reveal the inside of the flower. Suitable for labelling with the parts of a flower. Makes a really nice display in students’ books. Learning Objective To understand and identify the parts of a flower To explain the roles of each part of the flower
Edexcel B6 Plants Composite Plan
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Edexcel B6 Plants Composite Plan

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Edexcel B6 Plants Composite Plan Ensuring students know and remember more Give this document to students at the start of the unit so they know where they are and where they are headed in their learning journey. Keywords for each lesson are included below the unit map to ensure students can independently look up content they do not understand. What is a composite plan: A curriculum planning tool to enable students to know and remember more. It is made up of: Composites: A significant stage in learning that requires multiple components to reach. May form a component of a bigger task. Component: A building block or key element of overall learning Use this composite plan to help you plan lessons for B6 Plants Edexcel Biology Identify the what is and what is not key to instructions Cut extraneous cognitive load - only what is necessary Bear cognitive load effects in mind What matters most? What sequence enables learning? What pedagogy reduces load on working memory? How to help pupils transfer knowledge to long-term memory?
Edexcel B2 Cells & Control Composite Plan
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Edexcel B2 Cells & Control Composite Plan

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Edexcel B2 Cells & Control Composite Plan Ensuring students know and remember more Give this document to students at the start of the unit so they know where they are and where they are headed in their learning journey. Keywords for each lesson are included below the unit map to ensure students can independently look up content they do not understand. What is a composite plan: A curriculum planning tool to enable students to know and remember more. It is made up of: Composites: A significant stage in learning that requires multiple components to reach. May form a component of a bigger task. Component: A building block or key element of overall learning Use this composite plan to help you plan lessons for B2 Cells & Control Edexcel Biology Identify the what is and what is not key to instructions Cut extraneous cognitive load - only what is necessary Bear cognitive load effects in mind What matters most? What sequence enables learning? What pedagogy reduces load on working memory? How to help pupils transfer knowledge to long-term memory?
Edexcel B8 Exchange & Transport Composite Plan
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Edexcel B8 Exchange & Transport Composite Plan

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Edexcel B8 Transport & Exchange Composite Plan Ensuring students know and remember more Give this document to students at the start of the unit so they know where they are and where they are headed in their learning journey. Keywords for each lesson are included below the unit map to ensure students can independently look up content they do not understand. What is a composite plan: A curriculum planning tool to enable students to know and remember more. It is made up of: Composites: A significant stage in learning that requires multiple components to reach. May form a component of a bigger task. Component: A building block or key element of overall learning Use this composite plan to help you plan lessons for B2 B8 Transport & Exchange Edexcel Biology Identify the what is and what is not key to instructions Cut extraneous cognitive load - only what is necessary Bear cognitive load effects in mind What matters most? What sequence enables learning? What pedagogy reduces load on working memory? How to help pupils transfer knowledge to long-term memory?
Edexcel B3 Genetics Composite Plan
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Edexcel B3 Genetics Composite Plan

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Edexcel B3 Genetics Composite Plan Ensuring students know and remember more Give this document to students at the start of the unit so they know where they are and where they are headed in their learning journey. Keywords for each lesson are included below the unit map to ensure students can independently look up content they do not understand. What is a composite plan: A curriculum planning tool to enable students to know and remember more. It is made up of: Composites: A significant stage in learning that requires multiple components to reach. May form a component of a bigger task. Component: A building block or key element of overall learning Use this composite plan to help you plan lessons for B3 Genetics Edexcel Biology Identify the what is and what is not key to instructions Cut extraneous cognitive load - only what is necessary Bear cognitive load effects in mind What matters most? What sequence enables learning? What pedagogy reduces load on working memory? How to help pupils transfer knowledge to long-term memory?
Cells Worksheets Bundle
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Cells Worksheets Bundle

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Buy this bundle to save 50p on the bunch! Worksheets (pdf) aimed at GCSE Biology students studying AQA, Edexcel and other exam boards Cells topic. The pack contains a detailed, labelled diagram of a prokaryote cell, animal cell and plant cell. Students can colour the diagram and add detail to the label boxes - with an answer sheet for the teacher to make use of. This resource can be used independently where students research each part of the cell or alongside a teacher-led lesson, it can also be used for revision. Included for the each type of cell: Blank & unlabelled diagram Labelled diagram with blank boxes to add organelle functions Labelled cell answer sheet
Edexcel Biology Composite Plan Bundle
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Edexcel Biology Composite Plan Bundle

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Composite plans are a teaching and learning tool that ensure students know and remember more Will be updated with all Edexcel Biology units in time! Give these documents to students at the start of the unit so they know where they are and where they are headed in their learning journey. Keywords for each lesson are included below the unit map to ensure students can independently look up content they do not understand. What is a composite plan: A curriculum planning tool to enable students to know and remember more. It is made up of: Composites: A significant stage in learning that requires multiple components to reach. May form a component of a bigger task. Component: A building block or key element of overall learning Use this composite plan to help you plan lessons for Edexcel Combined Science Biology. It will allow you to: Identify the what is and what is not key to instructions Cut extraneous cognitive load - only what is necessary Bear cognitive load effects in mind What matters most? What sequence enables learning?
KS3 Spread of Disease - information circuit & activity
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KS3 Spread of Disease - information circuit & activity

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An information circuit around modes of disease transmission with worksheets aimed at high and lower ability students. Also includes a cut and stick task about preventing the spread of some diseases. Features airborne, bloodborne, faeces/urine spread, animal/insect vector, food/water borne, sexual transmission, several modes of direct contact, and vertical transmission. Designed for each slide to be printed and positioned around the room. National Curriculum reducing and preventing the spread of infectious diseases in animals and plants Learning Objective To describe how diseases are spread To understand the most prevalent methods of disease transmission and recall examples To consider ways of reducing the spread of specific diseases
Discovery of Vaccination Edward Jenner - reading comprehension & questions
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Discovery of Vaccination Edward Jenner - reading comprehension & questions

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Designed for KS3 / KS2 or GCSE History of Medicine A reading comprehension about Edward Jenner and the discovery of the smallpox vaccine, with additional detail on the eradication of smallpox by the WHO. Also contains two sets of questions aimed at a lower and higher ability group. Sorted into printable format. Designed for high ability year 9 class. (key stage 3). Took them approximately 15 minutes to complete the majority of the questions. National Curriculum: Health, disease and the development of medicines body defences against pathogens and the role of the immune system against disease reducing and preventing the spread of infectious diseases in animals and plants the process of discovery and development of new medicines Learning objective: To understand the process undertaken by Edward Jenner in the discovery of vaccinations Questions are separated into those for lower and higher ability students. Higher ability questions give students prompts to explore scientific method (gathering data and peer review) and wider issues such as the use of diseases as bio-weapons.
Edexcel B9 Ecosystems & Material Cycles Composite Plan
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Edexcel B9 Ecosystems & Material Cycles Composite Plan

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Edexcel B9 Ecosystems & Material Cycles Composite Plan Ensuring students know and remember more Give this document to students at the start of the unit so they know where they are and where they are headed in their learning journey. Keywords for each lesson are included below the unit map to ensure students can independently look up content they do not understand. What is a composite plan: A curriculum planning tool to enable students to know and remember more. It is made up of: Composites: A significant stage in learning that requires multiple components to reach. May form a component of a bigger task. Component: A building block or key element of overall learning Use this composite plan to help you plan lessons for B9 Ecosystems & Material Cycles Edexcel Biology Identify the what is and what is not key to instructions Cut extraneous cognitive load - only what is necessary Bear cognitive load effects in mind What matters most? What sequence enables learning? What pedagogy reduces load on working memory? How to help pupils transfer knowledge to long-term memory?