B4.2.2.2 Structure of the Lungs

B4.2.2.2 Structure of the Lungs

Starter: Labelling the Gaseous Exchange System Main 1: Structure of the alveoli Main 2: Fill in the blanks on speeding up gaseous exchange Plenary: Graph skills comparing inhaled and exhaled air
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4.2.2.3 The Blood

4.2.2.3 The Blood

Starter: Linking the blood to cells (movement of oxygen through the body) Main: Completing a table on the 4 components of blood in detail using attached resource Plenary: Answering questions from resource on the blood and its function
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4.2.2.2 Blood Vessels

4.2.2.2 Blood Vessels

Starter: Looking at Oxyhameoglobin and blood colour Main: Comparing the 3 types of blood vessel (structure and function) Plenary: Extension questions on blood vessels
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B4.5.2.3 The Eye Lesson 1 (Biology Only)

B4.5.2.3 The Eye Lesson 1 (Biology Only)

Starter: Looking at the eye and linking back to receptor cells from nervous system Main: Structure and function of the eye in detail Part 2: Eye test and function of cornea and lens Part 3: Blind spots Part 4: Forming and image on the retina Plenary: Iris Reflex (Stimulus Receptor Coordinator Effector Response + Neurones) Lots for 1 lesson!
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B4.1.3.1 Diffusion

B4.1.3.1 Diffusion

Starter: Demo potassium permanganate and water and get students to explain using particle knowledge Main: Experiment looking at effect of temp. on rate of diffusion Plenary: Graded questions about diffusion in/out of cells
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B4.1.3.1 Factors affecting Diffusion and Examples (3 Lessons)

B4.1.3.1 Factors affecting Diffusion and Examples (3 Lessons)

Lesson 1 Starter: Diffusion particle diagrams Main: Practical - surface area to volume ration and diffusion Plenary: SA to V ratio calculations Lesson 2 Starter: Calculating SA to V ratio Main: Collecting examples of diffusion from posters around room Plenary: Continue with above Lesson 3 Starter: 3 States of Matter Main: Lead Nitrate and Potassium Iodide practical Plenary: 50 Word Challenge on diffusion
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B4.1.2.1 Chromosomes

B4.1.2.1 Chromosomes

Starter: Genetics keyword dingbats Part 1: Genetics key words Part 2: Mind map on cell structure, organelles, specialised cells (linking to nucleus and DNA) Part 3: Context of mitosis following creation of zygote Part 4: What would a new cell need to survive
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B4.1.2.2 Mitosis (Cell Cycle) 3 Lessons

B4.1.2.2 Mitosis (Cell Cycle) 3 Lessons

Lesson 1 Starter: Order of size for Cell, DNA, chromosomes, nucleus Main: Notes from video on 3 stages of cell cycle Plenary: Key questions around concept of cell cycle Lesson 2 Starter: Chromosome numbers in cells Main: Making the cell cycle out of Plasticine Plenary: Finish main task Lesson 3 Starter: Identify the stage of the cell cycle Main: Key words surrounding the cell cycle Plenary: Exam questions on the cell cycle
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B4.1.2.3 Stem Cells (2 Lessons)

B4.1.2.3 Stem Cells (2 Lessons)

Lesson 1 Starter: Recap why mitosis is an important process for humans Main: Types of Stem cell Main 2: Advantages and Disadvantages of Stem cells Plenary: Therapeutic Cloning Lesson 2 Starter: Stem Cell questions Main: Ethics statements Plenary: Advantages and disadvantages of Embryonic and adult stem cells
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B4.1.1.1 Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes

B4.1.1.1 Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes

Lesson taught after 4.1.1.2 Animal and Plant Cells Starter: Organising different type of prokaryotes and eukaryotes based on their definitions. Main: Labelling a bacterium and discussing differing structure Plenary: Comparison activity between prokaryotes and different types of eukaryotes.
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4.1.1.3 Cell Specialisation

4.1.1.3 Cell Specialisation

Starter: Contrasting eukaryotes and prokaryotes Main: Students to collect information on specialised cells from posters around room Plenary: Writing job descriptions for cells
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B4.1.1.2 Animal and Plant Cells (2 lessons)

B4.1.1.2 Animal and Plant Cells (2 lessons)

Cell structure, function and comparison over 2 lessons... Lesson 1 Starter: Identifying that all living things are made of cells Main: Draw and label animal and plant cells Plenary: Compare and contrast plant and animal cells Lesson 2 Starter: Label plant and animal cells from memory Main: Using resource (AQA Textbook or similar) to list organelles and give their functions Plenary: Graded higher thinking questions (need changing to 1-9)
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B4.1.1.5 Microscopy (2 Lessons)

B4.1.1.5 Microscopy (2 Lessons)

2 lessons that incorporate a required practical for Microscopy... Lesson 1 Starter: Labelling a microscope with parts and functions Main: Working through standard form and the two types of microscope Plenary: Standard form questions Lesson 2 Starter: Comparing types of microscope Main: Practical looking at onion skin epithelial cells Plenary: Magnification calculations
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