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AQA GCSE (9-1) Biology (Triple) - Preventing bacterial growth
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AQA GCSE (9-1) Biology (Triple) - Preventing bacterial growth

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The lesson is in line with B5.4 (Kerboodle scheme of work). This is an opportunity for pupils to look at their bacteria slides ; describe and explain the differences between antiseptics, disinfectants and antibiotics; calculate the number of bacteria in a colony; analyze and compare zones of inhibition on a bacteria plate.
AQA GCSE (9-1) - Health and disease (interpreting data)
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AQA GCSE (9-1) - Health and disease (interpreting data)

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First lesson for communicable diseases outlining: the difference between communicable and non-communicable diseases; interacting factors; how bacteria and viruses make us ill; the difference between correlation and causation; how pathogens are spread.
AQA GCSE (9-1) Biology  - Viral diseases
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AQA GCSE (9-1) Biology - Viral diseases

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The lesson is in line with B5.6 (Kerboodle scheme of work). This lesson covers how viruses infect and cause damage to organisms; information regarding measles, HIV and tobacco mosaic virus(information sheet attached. Depending on group ability there is a whiteboard quiz, level 1-4 question sheet, level 5-9 question sheet.
AQA GCSE (9-1) - Power and efficiency
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AQA GCSE (9-1) - Power and efficiency

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The lesson covers power and efficiency and has differentiated questions within the powerpoint. The higher level questions are on a hidden slide that can be printed out. The efficiency worksheet has a variety of questions for all levels.
AQA GCSE (9-1) - Resistance & calculating resistance
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AQA GCSE (9-1) - Resistance & calculating resistance

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Lesson aimed at a middle attaining year 9 group, but can be differentiated up and down. There is a slide for pupils to fill in the information while the listen and watch the anology of resistance through a video (linked for copyrighting issues) and slideshow.
AQA GCSE (9-1) Biology (Triple) - Culturing microorganisms
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AQA GCSE (9-1) Biology (Triple) - Culturing microorganisms

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The lesson is in line with B5.4 (Kerboodle scheme of work). This lesson outlines the needs that bacteria have with regards to growing effectively; RPA 2: investigate the effect of antiseptics or antibiotics on bacterial growth using agar plates and measuring zones of inhibition; calculating zones of inhibition.
Laboratory equipment & Bunsen burner safety
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Laboratory equipment & Bunsen burner safety

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Second lesson in the enquiry processes and safety lessons series. This lesson focuses on the different laboratory equipment students will need to be confident using in order to carry out practical investigations. Also contains how to use a Bunsen burner with a Bunsen burner license template.
Data analysis
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Data analysis

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Fifth lesson in a series of lessons on enquiry processes and safety. This lesson focuses on how to analyse data including graph drawing and interpretation. This lesson uses an A3 sheet that students can use to while they complete the lesson.
Critiquing evidence and sources
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Critiquing evidence and sources

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Seventh lesson in a the enquiry processes and safety lessons series. This lesson focuses on how to critique evidence and sources related to scientific literature allowing pupils to assess the reliability of a resource.
AQA GCSE (9-1) - Elastic energy
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AQA GCSE (9-1) - Elastic energy

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The powerpoint links with the worksheet attached. The worksheet is differentiated appropriately, just select the sheet based on your pupils' levels.
AQA GCSE 9-1 - Malaria (Protist disease)
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AQA GCSE 9-1 - Malaria (Protist disease)

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This lesson has been planned for a low-middle attaining GCSE group, can be easily differentiated up for high attaining groups. The Malaria life cycle activity is differentiated for all levels - but can be edited depending on your group. The preview pictures distort what the resources look like.