A lesson for AQA Applied Science Module 4 looking at how the central nervous system is arranged
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.
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.
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
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