This is a lesson created for the New 2016 AQA biology SOW.
Lesson 1: health and disease.
Mini-tasks spread throughout
Differentiated graded questions plenary
Worksheet included as a slide on the ppt.
**May include work from other users**
The following lessons are included from B16.1 - B16.7.
All resources are included: some examples are exam questions, crib sheets for planning investigations, circus activities etc.
The power points for each lesson are also included.
Closely follows the NEW 2016 AQA specification but can be adapted to others.
Includes: the importance of communities, distribution and environment, organisms and their environment, competition in animals and plants, adapt and survive and competition in animals.
Lesson 3 group 1 metals provides opportunity for assessment, challenge and differentiation and pupils are encouraged to use question stems to ask questions. Peer/self-assessment is also included within the tasks.
Teacher demo required for group 1 metals.
*Style of powerpoint has been adapted from another user (unknown). Worksheet has also been adapted from another user*
A lesson based around the New AQA 2016 SOW Ecology.
Chapter 16. Lesson 3: distribution and abundance.
Differentiated practical planning sheet for using quadrats and transects
Multiple exam questions for summarising against target grades
Powerpoint presentation, easily adaptable.
A fully differentiated lesson which I used for an observation and received outstanding feedback.
The lesson includes the following:
Bell work to lead into the lesson title (will require cutting up but resources are included).
Practical activity and results discussion with differentiated (3 ways) worksheet
Challenge and support tasks available for each task
A lesson based around the new AQA 2016 SOW for biology.
The whole lesson includes:
plenty of opportunity for discussion
Differentiated tasks with challenge
Keyword task (slide 1)
Exam question practice
A lesson for the New AQA 2016 Biology SOW but can be altered for others quite easily. Specifically made for lesson B16.2 Organisms and their environment which focuses on abiotic and biotic factors.
Main circus activity task with information sheets and table to fill in
Differentiated question summary
Plenary whiteboard quiz
All lessons included for KS3 chapter 1 cells which includes the following lessons:
1.) Observing cells : microscopes
2.) Animal cells
3.) Specialised cells
4.) Movement of substances
5.) Unicellular organisms
Each lesson is an entire lesson with differentiated activities, assessment opportunities and practical activities.
All resources are included.
A whole lesson covering food chains and webs.
Interactive starter, main and plenary including differentiation and mini-tasks throughout the lesson. There is also plenty of opportunity for AfL.
This lesson is based on the activate 2 SOW but can be adapted to most KS3 SOW.
A Whole lesson written for the Activate 1 KS3 SOW, chapter 1 biology cells.
This lesson can be used for any KS3 class.
This lesson provides opportunities for developing scientific thinking and questioning as well as links to conclusions, hypothesis etc.
This lesson was made for the Activate KS3 SOW for igneous rocks. It can also be used without the practical activity for geography lessons as there is an overlap in content. This was made for a lesson observation and was graded outstanding.
In this lesson you will find the following...
Colourful presentation including assessment opportunities based on the activate Ks3 SOW.
Differentiated worksheets for a Salol practical, each with challenge and extension activity.
Differentiated plneary activity that can be adapted for more visual Afl.
Exit and Entry tickets to demonstrate progress.
Peer-assessment sheets for quick assessment activity.
Practical instructions included.
The lesson includes a practical link to the formation of igneous rocks with the opportunities for pupils to write their own hypothesis and conclusion for the experiment.
A complete lesson based around the Activate 1 SOW. Written for biology chapter 1 cells and can be used for KS3.
The whole lesson is included and also an accompanying worksheet. Progress tasks are included and differentiation.