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
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 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 workbook for students which takes them through the first half of B6 Inheritance and Variation. Finishing at cloning. Includes all the information they will need, links to resources and activities for them to do as they go. Includes exam practice, key words, tasks and more. This was originally designed for separate science students, but that means it has everything that it could possible need. Part 2 coming soon.
a selection of colour by numbers for science and end of the year. Asks questions which students in the year groups are likely to have come across.
Lesson looking at the structure and function of bones and the structure and function of the skeleton. The cut out skeleton worksheet is not mine and comes from a pre-made resource but I have added it here for ease of access
A lesson looking at some organs and what organ systems they fit into. Follow on lesson from lessons on levels of organization. Includes info hunt task for organs
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 short test designed to test the knowledge of applied science students who have just finished the nervous system part of module 4
A lesson designed to cover the ideas of how neurotransmitters play a role in parkinsons, depression and alzhiemers. This was designed for applied science biology module 4. I did not create the HADs test, this is simply added to the bundle for ease of access. Credit www.svri.org/sites/default/files/attachments/2016-01-13/HADS.pdf
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
Two lessons for AQA Applied Science Module 4. These look at the structure of nerve cells in detail. The second lesson focuses on how action potentials come about and how this leads to nerve signals.
A lesson for AQA Applied Science Module 4 looking at the brain and brain damage. Includes a exam question sheet with answers on the powerpoint.
A lesson for AQA Applied Science Module 4 looking at the fight or flight response and the rest and digest response. The two are compared.
AQA Homeostasis revision worksheets for students to attempt. Includes some exam exam questions.
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.
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.
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