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A collection of the resources I find useful in my classroom practise at a mixed comprehensive in Essex. I am an experienced Science teacher and currently teach all sciences to GCSE and Biology to A-Level, so the resources reflect what I am currently teaching and the profile of my classes. I also have a leadership role in overseeing student outcomes and curriculum. I also post resources relating to whole school development occasionally.

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A collection of the resources I find useful in my classroom practise at a mixed comprehensive in Essex. I am an experienced Science teacher and currently teach all sciences to GCSE and Biology to A-Level, so the resources reflect what I am currently teaching and the profile of my classes. I also have a leadership role in overseeing student outcomes and curriculum. I also post resources relating to whole school development occasionally.
Respiration: Glycolysis, ATP ppt & exam questions.
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Respiration: Glycolysis, ATP ppt & exam questions.

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This is a powerpoint i wrote for my A2 class. It goes over the structure and role of ATP. An introduction to co-enzymes / electron acceptors. Stages of glycolysis. Each stage contains a main slide outlining the points required for A2 and a supporting slide showing some of the bits the A Level skips; these are not required but were included as discussion points for the more able students. Also included OCR past paper questions on glycolysis + answers. Hope its useful! 1
Blood Components - Lesson plan, PPT, worksheet
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Blood Components - Lesson plan, PPT, worksheet

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Lesson covering the different components of blood and their roles. The lesson is designed to be able to be taught by a non specialist. Some of the student resources are at the end of the powerpoint which is designed to lead students through the lesson. Thanks to those who have provided resources which i have based activities on.
Genetic cross worksheet (Genotype / Phenotype)
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Genetic cross worksheet (Genotype / Phenotype)

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This is a double sided worksheet I created for my top set to use during a cover lesson. Task 1: Students write the key term that matches the defintion e.g. genotype, phenotype. Task 2: Students use information on alleles for eye colour to determne phenotpyes and genotypes. Task 3: Students use the genetic cross diagram on the back to calculate % of each phenotpye and genotype.
Prokaryote and Eukaryote cells worksheet (AS OCR)
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Prokaryote and Eukaryote cells worksheet (AS OCR)

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AS worksheet designed for OCR. Includes a cloze type paragrpah introducing prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, short answer questions and a table for comparing plant, animal and prokaryotic cells. This can be completed as a reasearch task or as an outline for notes to accompany a lecture
Genetic cross worksheet (mid ability)
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Genetic cross worksheet (mid ability)

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Worksheet containing a number fo tasks. Notes for each task in the notes section of the powerpoint. Side 1: Students match key termsm to defintions and then apply ideas about dominant and recessive alleles to determine the possilbe genotypes of two brothers. Side 2: Students design a monster by flipping a coin to calculate genotype, then use the genotype to wokr out phenotpye. Finally students complete a genetic cross to find out what happens if 2 monsters breed.
Microorganism quiz (bacteria, virus, fungi)
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Microorganism quiz (bacteria, virus, fungi)

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Starter quiz containing images representing different diseases. Students study the image and say which type of microorganim they think caused the disease. Works nicely with mini whiteboards to intorduce a new topic on health, disease or microorganisms.
Respiration: Link Reaction + Krebs Cycle lesson +Q
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Respiration: Link Reaction + Krebs Cycle lesson +Q

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Lesson powerpoint and exam questions on the link reaction and krebs cycle. The first part of the powerpoint is a review of glycolysis. The resources required by students for the activities are at the end of the ppt. The Krebs cycle slides are more detailed than required for A Level. I use this as a stimulus for the students to annotate the simplified krebs cycle on the last slide. Hope its useful!
PLC / Key Question Checklist for Edexcel combined science CB4 Cells and Control
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PLC / Key Question Checklist for Edexcel combined science CB4 Cells and Control

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Key progression questions / Unit checklist / Personal Learning Checklist (PLC) for Edexcel Combined Science 9-1 unit CB2; Cells and Control. This is a list of key questions for students to self assess their progress through the CB2 unit, Cells and Control for Edexcel. The checklist is written in the form of student questions, it is not just a copy of the spec. The check list can be used for students to self assess/ highlighting areas of weakness or used by teachers to highlight next step / moving forward questions to aid pupil’s progress. If learners can answer all questions then they are abel to demonstrate good knowledge of the unit content.
Loop cards + card sort - Immune system.
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Loop cards + card sort - Immune system.

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Covers key terms from the first part of OCR B2 'keeping healthy' e.g. microorganism, pathogen, antibody, antigen, immune, vaccination. Slides 1+ 2 make a domino or loop game. Alternatively, cut out the keywords and defintions on slide 3+4 to make a card sort.
Prokaryote & Eukaryote card sort
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Prokaryote & Eukaryote card sort

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Card sort for AS Biology comparing the features of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Students arrange the statements inot 3 piles: statements about prokaryotes, statements about eukaryotes, statements that relate to both cell types. Slide 1 statments are sorted (the answer), bottom row relates to both cell types. Slide 2 statments are jumbled up so you could just print out and give to the students to cut up :-)
Mitosis key word definition card sort Edexcel CB2a
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Mitosis key word definition card sort Edexcel CB2a

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A card sort of keywords and definitions for the Mitosis section of Edexcel combined science unit 2. The pdf contains 8 cards per page, some with key words some with matching definitions, just print, cut out and get students to match them. I use this as a starter or plenary to check understanding of key terms. Terms Included: anaphase, asexual reproduction, cancer cells, cell cycle, clone, cytokinesis, daughter cell, diploid, DNA replication, haploid, interphase, metaphase, mitosis, multicellular, prophase, spindle fibre, telophase, tumour.
Unit checklist / PLC: Edexcel Combined Science (9-1) topic, Natural Selection & Genetic Modification
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Unit checklist / PLC: Edexcel Combined Science (9-1) topic, Natural Selection & Genetic Modification

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Unit checklist / Personal Learning Checklist (PLC) for Edexcel Combined Science 9-1 unit CB4, Natural Selection and Genetic Modification. This is a list of key questions for students to self assess their progress through the CB4 unit. The checklist is written in the form of student questions, it is not just a copy of the spec. The check list can be used for students to self assess/ highlighting areas of weakness or used by teachers to highlight next step / moving forward questions to aid pupil’s progress.
Mitosis Review Worksheet - Unscramble keywords, reveal hidden message, label stages, Edexel CB2
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Mitosis Review Worksheet - Unscramble keywords, reveal hidden message, label stages, Edexel CB2

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Worksheet ideal for plenary, starter or review lesson on Mitosis for GCSE. Worskheet in divided into 4 short tasks that build in difficulty, answers are at the end. Outline of tasks: 1+2) unscramble the mitosis keywords and use them to reveal the hidden message about cell division. 3) Write a description of mitosis using as many of the keywords as possible (the message from task 2 can be used as an answer stem for this) 4) Label a diagram of the stages of mitosis using the keywords from task 1.