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Forensic biology unit
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Forensic biology unit

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A collection of lessons tailored towards the Activate 3 SoW. Lessons were prepared for use via google slides but will also work on ppt format. Lessons are ready to use with minimal preparation and can be delivered by a non-science specialist. Practical session guidance is included with some of the lessons including class results.
Reproductive Systems Male and Female
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Reproductive Systems Male and Female

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By the end of the lesson learners will be able to: Identify parts of the female and male reproductive systems. Describe the journey of sperm to the egg. Explain why it’s best for fertilisation to occur in the female’s reproductive system.
Cooling Curves
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Cooling Curves

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A resource used for BTEC Applied science Nationals level 3 - Unit 2 assignment B. By the end of the lesson learners will be able to: Types of thermometer, appropriate use and practical application of measurements of heat. • The relationship between temperature and heat energy. • Types of thermometer and how they are used to gain accurate readings: o electronic thermometers/temperature probes o liquid-filled thermometers. • Checking the calibration of thermometers by using ice and boiling water. • Accuracy of thermometers and temperature probes at different temperatures.
Making Aspirin (Organic Solid) BTEC Assignment 4C
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Making Aspirin (Organic Solid) BTEC Assignment 4C

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Created for BTEC Applied science Extended diploma. Unit 4 Assignment C. By the end of the series of lessons learners will be able to: Identify materials needed to create an organic solid (aspirin). Describe how to make aspirin in a lab. Evaluate the procedure and suggest improvements.
Sexually Transmitted Infections STIs
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Sexually Transmitted Infections STIs

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By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: State what is meant by an STI. Describe how STIs can be transmitted. Explain why STIs should be screened regularly.
Fingerprinting
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Fingerprinting

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Lessons created to complement the activate 3 unit of work - Detection in biology. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: Identify parts of the skin that contribute towards a fingerprint. Describe how fingerprints are formed. Justify if fingerprints are a good means for police to solve crimes.
Echolocation and Ultrasound
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Echolocation and Ultrasound

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By the end of the lesson learners will be able to: State what happens when sound reaches an object. Describe how echoes describe the object it has reflected from. Explain why echoes are used by pregnant women and dolphins.
Growth in plants
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Growth in plants

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By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: Identify the zones of development in a plant. Identify the key parts of plant growth. Describe the roles of the zones of: Division: Elongation: Differentiation: Explain why meristems are important to a plant. Suitable for KS4
Serial Dilution
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Serial Dilution

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Aimed toward BTEC Applied science Nationals Level 3 students - unit 2 Assignment A. Learners will be able to. Identify the concentration of solutions. Describe how to calculate concentration. Create a method for serial dilutions.
Standard Deviation and Standard Error Bars
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Standard Deviation and Standard Error Bars

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By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: State what is meant by standard deviation. Describe how to calculate standard deviation. Create error bars from data and place correctly on a graph.
Filtration and Crystallization
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Filtration and Crystallization

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By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: Identify the equipment needed for Crystallization and filtration. Describe the process of filtration and Crystallization. Justify the correct method to use given the situation.
The greenhouse effect, global warming and climate change.
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The greenhouse effect, global warming and climate change.

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A self-explanatory lesson explaining the green house effect, global warming and climate change. Ideal for KS3 students and could be used for lower ability GCSE students. Questions are scaffolded to ensure access for all students. Filler tasks at the end of the PPT to use when needed.
Density
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Density

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By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: State what is meant by mass. State what is meant by volume. Describe the term density. Explain how to calculate density of regular and irregular shapes.
Colorimetry
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Colorimetry

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Targeted towards Pearsons BTEC Applied Science Unit 2 - Assignment A. By the end of the lesson learners will be able to: Describe how substances treat light. Describe how to calibrate a colorimeter. Deduce the concentration of an unknown solution using an absorbance / concentration plot.
The Seasons
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The Seasons

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Aimed towards KS3 (Yrs 11-14), a fun animated lesson explaining the Seasons. Slide by slide animations shows clearly why the Earth experiences Summer and Winter. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: Identify what causes summer and winter. Describe how the Sun radiates light. Explain the link between the tilting of the Earth and the seasons.