A short test designed to test the knowledge of applied science students who have just finished the nervous system part of module 4
A lesson looking at what diabetes is, what leads to the condition and how we treat it. Includes activities for identifying at risk individuals and factors which increase prevalence of diabetes. A starter crossword is designed to refresh ideas of the hormones which control blood glucose levels. Exam questions at the end to recap all work with answers on powerpoint.
Powerpoint exploring how blood glucose regulation is controlled by insulin and glucagon via negative feedback. Finishes with worksheet checking the information.
Revision Sheets for AQA Organisation module Includes double sided sheet for digestive system with exam questions on back and double sided sheet for the heart with exam questions on back
A lesson for AQA Applied Science Module 4 looking at the brain and the brain areas. It looks at what each part is associated with.
Lesson designed originally for a applied science biology group. Could work with an A level group or even a high ability GCSE group. A lesson which looks at the method of action on a synapse including how various drug actions can generally effect the synapse includes card sort activity for synapses and a starter that goes over action potentials from previous lesson
Less with info hunt on different enzymes in digestion. Includes some starter information about reactions with enzymes. Also follow up on digestive system.
Lesson looking at xylem and phloem with information about how the rate of transpiration can be effected. Includes a sheet with exam questions relating to the work
Two lessons which looks at how plants spread pollen. How a plant can form a seed and factors that affect seed germination. This includes a practical which takes place over two lessons. This is aided by the practical sheets students can use.
Three lessons with tasks and worksheets for looking at KS3 food chains, food webs and bioaccumulation. Each topic has its own lesson and worksheet to accompany it.
Lesson looking at how levels of organization in the human body. Includes tasks and a worksheet task where student must add an organ system to a diagram and explain what the organs and tissues are
A lesson suitable for A level or Applied level biology looking at the key features of a cell membrane . Label the membrane task where students label and describe the key features of the cell
A look at the key differences between eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells. Covers what is needed for Applied Level Biology but would work just as well for pure A level Biology. Tasks throughout and exam questions at the end. Includes sheet to label a prokayotic cell (bacteria)
A look at plant and animal cells to A level (or applied level). Takes student through GCSE knowledge and then the new bits they need to know. Label and describe worksheet attached