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A secondary and sixth form science teacher. KS3-KS5 resources for science Activate 1 & 2, AQA 9-1 and A-Level biology.

A secondary and sixth form science teacher. KS3-KS5 resources for science Activate 1 & 2, AQA 9-1 and A-Level biology.
3.8.2.3 L5 Gene expression and cancer​ (AQA A-level)
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3.8.2.3 L5 Gene expression and cancer​ (AQA A-level)

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Learning objectives​ Distinguish between benign and malignant tumours. ​ Explain the role of oncogenes and tumour suppressor genes in the development of tumours. ​ Explain the effects of abnormal methylation of tumour suppressor genes and oncogenes. ​ Explain how increased oestrogen levels can cause breast cancer​
3.3.2 Gas exchange in fish (AQA A-level)
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3.3.2 Gas exchange in fish (AQA A-level)

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For AQA A-level (oxford) Learning objective covered: Describe the structure of fish gills Describe how water is passed along fish gills Explain the difference between parallel flow and countercurrent flow. Explain how countercurrent flow increases the rate of gas exchange
3.6.1.1 L2 Plant growth factor (AQA A-level)
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3.6.1.1 L2 Plant growth factor (AQA A-level)

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Learning objectives:​ Describe the stimuli that plants respond to​ Describe plant growth factors such as IAA​ Explain phototropism in flowering plants​ Explain gravitropism in flowering plants Only exam questions need to be printed, rest is print free.
3.6.1.1 L1 Survival and response (AQA A-level)
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3.6.1.1 L1 Survival and response (AQA A-level)

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Full lesson, ready to use. Learning outcomes:​ Define a stimulus and response​ Examine the advantage of being able to respond to stimuli​ Describe taxes, kinesis and tropisms​ Explain how each type of response increases an organisms chances of survival
3.8.2.1 L2 Stem cells & totipotency (AQA A-level Biology)
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3.8.2.1 L2 Stem cells & totipotency (AQA A-level Biology)

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Learning outcomes: -State what totipotent cells are -Explain how cells lose their totipotency and become specialised -Describe cell differentiation and specialisation -Describe the origins and types of stem cells -Explain how totipotent stem cells can treat disease
3.8.1 L1 Gene mutations (AQA A-level Biology)
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3.8.1 L1 Gene mutations (AQA A-level Biology)

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Learning outcomes: Describe the types of gene mutation Explain how the different types of gene mutation result in different amino acid sequences in polypeptides -Explain why some mutations do not result in a changed amino acid sequence Discuss the causes of gene mutations With glossary and checklist included.
Acids and Alkali KS3 Year 7 (AQA Activate 1)
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Acids and Alkali KS3 Year 7 (AQA Activate 1)

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For the new AQA 2016 onwards specification. Learning outcomes: -Recall the hazards of acids and alkali and how to handle them safety -Describe the differences between concentrated and dilute solutions of an acid -Compare the properties of acids and alkali
3.6.1.1 L3 A Reflex Arc (AQA A-level)
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3.6.1.1 L3 A Reflex Arc (AQA A-level)

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Learning outcomes:​ Explain how a simple reflex arc works​ Explain the roles sensory, intermediate and motor neurones play in the reflex arc​ Outline the importance of reflex arc This is a print free resource.
3.6.2.1 L4 Speed of an impulse (AQA A-Level biology)
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3.6.2.1 L4 Speed of an impulse (AQA A-Level biology)

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Learning outcomes: -Describe the factors that affect the speed of conductance of an action potential -Explain what is meant by the refractory period -Explain the role of the refractory period in separating one impulse from the next -Explain the concept of an all-or-nothing principle
3.1.2 L4  Starch, glycogen & cellulose​ (AQA A-level biology) Print free
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3.1.2 L4 Starch, glycogen & cellulose​ (AQA A-level biology) Print free

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Learning outcomes: Explain how alpha glucose monomers are arranged to form polymers of starch and glycogen ​ Explain how alpha glucose monomers are arranged to form polymers of starch and glycogen Explain how beta glucose monomers are arranged to form the polymer cellulose​ Explain how the molecular structures of starch, glycogen and cellulose relate to their functions​ *This resource is print-free
Year 8 Forces Revision AQA
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Year 8 Forces Revision AQA

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2016 onwards AQA Learning outcomes: Be able to assess which outcomes have been met for forces Produce a mind-map of a summary of all lesson in this topic Identify all key words and definitions related to this topic.