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AQA A Level Biology B Lymphocytes, humoral immunity and antibodies
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AQA A Level Biology B Lymphocytes, humoral immunity and antibodies

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AQA A level Biology Specification Unit 3.2 Cells Topic: B Lymphocytes, humoral immunity and antibodies Power Point This lesson covers: explain the humoral (antibody-mediated) immune response explain what is meant by a monoclonal antibody explain the roles of plasma cells in producing a primary response and memory cells in producing a secondary response.
AQA A Level Biology T Lymphocytes and cell mediated immunity
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AQA A Level Biology T Lymphocytes and cell mediated immunity

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AQA A level Biology Specification Unit 3.2 Cells Topic: T Lymphocytes and cell mediated immunity Power Point This lesson covers: explain what is meant by the specific immune response explain the cell-mediated (cellular) immune response explain the roles played by helper T cells.
Graded Task sheet on Power Stations
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Graded Task sheet on Power Stations

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This is a worksheet that students can use to consolidate their knowledge and understanding. The worksheet is differentiated and includes a checklist, key words and an extension task (Legendary Level). There are several ways in which you can use the task sheet. 1. After an explanation give students time to work at their own pace on the tasks they wish. 2. Select a specific task for students to complete. 3. Use each task as separate parts of your lesson. 4. Set the task as a book or computer based research task. 5. Set the task sheet for homework. This task sheet covers 1. Identifying different types of power stations. 2. Describe how a power station works. 3. Compare fossil fuels and nuclear power stations. 4. Evaluate the impact of building a power station next to a village.
AQA A Level Biology DNA Genes and Chromosomes
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AQA A Level Biology DNA Genes and Chromosomes

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AQA A level Biology Specificaton Unit 3.4 Genetic information, variation and relationships between organisms Topic: DNA Genes and Chromosomes Power Point and complementary worksheet This lesson covers: Can you explain that, in prokaryotic cells, DNA molecules are short, circular, and not associated with proteins? Can you explain that, in the nucleus of eukaryotic cells, DNA molecules are very long, linear and associated with proteins, called histones? Can you describe how a DNA molecule and its associated proteins form a chromosome? Can you explain that the mitochondria and chloroplasts of eukaryotic cells also contain DNA which, like the DNA of prokaryotes, is short, circular and not associated with protein? Can you explain how a gene is a base sequence of DNA that codes for the amino acid sequence of a polypeptide and a functional RNA (including ribosomal RNA and tRNAs)? Can you describe how a gene occupies a fixed position, called a locus, on a particular DNA molecule? Can you explain how a sequence of three DNA bases, called a triplet, codes for a specific amino acid? Can you explain that the genetic code is universal, non-overlapping, and degenerate? Can you explain that in eukaryotes, much of the nuclear DNA does not code for polypeptides? Can you explain that, even within a gene only some sequences, called exons, code for amino acid sequences? Can you explain that, within the gene, these exons are separated by one or more non-coding sequences, called introns?
AQA A Level Biology Protein Synthesis Transcription and RNA
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AQA A Level Biology Protein Synthesis Transcription and RNA

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AQA A level Biology Specificaton Unit 3.4 Genetic information, variation and relationships between organisms Topic: Protein Synthesis Transcription and RNA Power Point This lesson covers: Can you explain the concept of the genome as the complete set of genes in a cell? Can you explain the concept of the proteome as the full range of proteins that a cell is able to produce? Can you describe the structure of molecules of messenger RNA (mRNA) and of transfer RNA (tRNA)? Can you explain transcription as the production of mRNA from DNA? Can you describe the role of RNA polymerase in joining mRNA nucleotides? Can you explain how, in prokaryotes, transcription results directly in the production of mRNA from DNA? Can you explain how, in eukaryotes, transcription results production of pre-mRNA, which is then spliced to form mRNA?
AQA A Level Biology Cell recognition and phagocytosis
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AQA A Level Biology Cell recognition and phagocytosis

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AQA A level Biology Specification Unit 3.2 Cells Topic: Cell recognition and the immune system - phagocytosis Power Point This lesson covers: explain what is meant by an antigen, and the types of molecules which can act as antigens explain why antigen recognition is important for the immune system identify cells which the immune system would launch an immune response against. describe the process of phagocytosis explain the role of lysozymes in the destruction of pathogens explain the purpose of antigen presentation following destruction.
Graded Task sheet on Enzymes
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Graded Task sheet on Enzymes

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This is a worksheet that students can use to consolidate their knowledge and understanding. The worksheet is differentiated and includes a checklist, key words and an extension task (Legendary Level). There are several ways in which you can use the task sheet. 1. After an explanation give students time to work at their own pace on the tasks they wish. 2. Select a specific task for students to complete. 3. Use each task as separate parts of your lesson. 4. Set the task as a book or computer based research task. 5. Set the task sheet for homework. This task sheet covers 1. Describe properties of enzymes. 2. Describe how enzymes work. 3. Interpret graphs on enzyme reactions with changing temperature and pH. 4. Apply knowledge of enzymes to explain how inhibitors work.
Graded Task sheet on National Grid
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Graded Task sheet on National Grid

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This is a worksheet that students can use to consolidate their knowledge and understanding. The worksheet is differentiated and includes a checklist, key words and an extension task (Legendary Level). There are several ways in which you can use the task sheet. 1. After an explanation give students time to work at their own pace on the tasks they wish. 2. Select a specific task for students to complete. 3. Use each task as separate parts of your lesson. 4. Set the task as a book or computer based research task. 5. Set the task sheet for homework. This task sheet covers 1. Describing the structure of the national grid. 2. Describing the importance of transformers in the national grid. 3. Evaluating the impact of the national grid. 4. Evaluating changes to the national grid.
Graded Task sheet on Natural Selection
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Graded Task sheet on Natural Selection

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This is a worksheet that students can use to consolidate their knowledge and understanding. The worksheet is differentiated and includes a checklist, key words and an extension task (Legendary Level). There are several ways in which you can use the task sheet. 1. After an explanation give students time to work at their own pace on the tasks they wish. 2. Select a specific task for students to complete. 3. Use each task as separate parts of your lesson. 4. Set the task as a book or computer based research task. 5. Set the task sheet for homework. This task sheet covers 1. Definitions of key terms including mutation and adaptation. 2. Describe the process of natural selection. 3. Applying knowledge of natural selection to explain observed phenomena. 4. Evaluate the term “survival of the fittest”.
Graded Task sheet on Electromagnetic Waves (EM spectrum)
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Graded Task sheet on Electromagnetic Waves (EM spectrum)

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This is a worksheet that students can use to consolidate their knowledge and understanding. The worksheet is differentiated and includes a checklist, key words and an extension task (Legendary Level). There are several ways in which you can use the task sheet. 1. After an explanation give students time to work at their own pace on the tasks they wish. 2. Select a specific task for students to complete. 3. Use each task as separate parts of your lesson. 4. Set the task as a book or computer based research task. 5. Set the task sheet for homework. This task sheet covers 1. Identifying parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. 2. Describe the properties of parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. 3. Evaluate the importance of the electromagnetic spectrum. 4. Evaluate the impact of the electromagnetic spectrum on health.
Graded Task sheet on Reactivity Series
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Graded Task sheet on Reactivity Series

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This is a worksheet that students can use to consolidate their knowledge and understanding. The worksheet is differentiated and includes a checklist, key words and an extension task (Legendary Level). There are several ways in which you can use the task sheet. 1. After an explanation give students time to work at their own pace on the tasks they wish. 2. Select a specific task for students to complete. 3. Use each task as separate parts of your lesson. 4. Set the task as a book or computer based research task. 5. Set the task sheet for homework. This task sheet covers 1. Identifying more and less reactive metals. 2. Using word equations describe how metals can be extracted using more reactive metals. 3. Using chemical equations describe how metals can be extracted using more reactive metals. 4. Designing a method of measuring reactivity.
AQA A Level Biology DNA Protein Synthesis Translation
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AQA A Level Biology DNA Protein Synthesis Translation

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AQA A level Biology Specificaton Unit 3.4 Genetic information, variation and relationships between organisms Topic: Protein Synthesis Translation Power Point This lesson covers: Can you explain translation as the production of polypeptides from the sequence of codons carried by mRNA? Can you describe the roles of ribosomes, tRNA, and ATP? Can you relate the base sequence of nucleic acids to the amino acid sequence of polypeptides, when provided with suitable data about the genetic code? Can you interpret data from experimental work investigating the role of nucleic acids?
AQA A Level Biology Mutations
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AQA A Level Biology Mutations

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AQA A level Biology Specificaton Unit 3.4 Genetic information, variation and relationships between organisms Topic: Mutations Power Point and complementary worksheet This lesson covers: Can you explain what a gene mutation is and how they arise Can you explain what is meant by a deletion and substitution mutation, and the potential consequences of each (linked to protein structure) Can you interpret base sequences to identify gene mutations and their impact Can you describe what a mutagenic agent is, and identify some possible mutagenic agents.
AQA A Level Biology Control of blood glucose concentration
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AQA A Level Biology Control of blood glucose concentration

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AQA A level Biology Specificaton Unit 3.6 Organisms respond to changes in their internal and external environments Topic: Control of blood glucose concentration Power Point This lesson covers: explain the factors which can influence blood glucose levels explain how hormones work to bring about a response explain the role of the pancreas, specifically the α- and β-cells of the Islets of Langerhans, in regulating blood glucose concentration explain what is meant by the terms glycogenesis, glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis apply knowledge to explain the stages involved in negative feedback in response to changes in blood glucose concentration.
Graded Task sheet on Wave Structure
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Graded Task sheet on Wave Structure

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This is a worksheet that students can use to consolidate their knowledge and understanding. The worksheet is differentiated and includes a checklist, key words and an extension task (Legendary Level). There are several ways in which you can use the task sheet. 1. After an explanation give students time to work at their own pace on the tasks they wish. 2. Select a specific task for students to complete. 3. Use each task as separate parts of your lesson. 4. Set the task as a book or computer based research task. 5. Set the task sheet for homework. This task sheet covers 1. Describing the structure of longitudinal and transverse waves. 2. Describing examples of longitudinal and transverse waves. 3. Compare the structure of longitudinal and transverse waves. 4. Design based task to produce materials to support and test learning of waves.
Graded Task sheet on Burning Fossil Fuels
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Graded Task sheet on Burning Fossil Fuels

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This is a worksheet that students can use to consolidate their knowledge and understanding. The worksheet is differentiated and includes a checklist, key words and an extension task (Legendary Level). There are several ways in which you can use the task sheet. 1. After an explanation give students time to work at their own pace on the tasks they wish. 2. Select a specific task for students to complete. 3. Use each task as separate parts of your lesson. 4. Set the task as a book or computer based research task. 5. Set the task sheet for homework. This task sheet covers 1. Describing the effects of burning fossil fuels (global warming and dimming). 2. Interpreting graphs linked to burning fossil fuels. 3. Evaluating data linked to burning fossil fuels. 4. Designing an experiment to prove that fossil fuels are the source of global warming.
AQA GCSE Physics Equations Revision Flash cards
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AQA GCSE Physics Equations Revision Flash cards

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The PowerPoint can be printed, cut and folded to produce a series of double sided flashcards to help students memorise the equations needed for the physics exam. You need to print the slides below with 2 slides per page (big version) or 6 slides per page (mini version). There are twenty two equations as power, energy transferred and time appear twice on the AQA spec equation sheet. Cut each box out and fold along the dashed line to create back to back flash cards. On each card you are given the name of the variables that you should be able to identify in the exam question. On one slide you have the matching units that you need to memorise to check if you need to convert any values in the exam question. On the second slide you have the equation triangle, that you need to memorise, so you can rearrange the equation and answer the question.
AQA A Level Biology Homeostasis and negative feedback
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AQA A Level Biology Homeostasis and negative feedback

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AQA A level Biology Specificaton Unit 3.6 Organisms respond to changes in their internal and external environments Topic: Homeostasis and negative feedback Power Point This lesson covers: define what homeostasis is describe some factors which are maintained by the body within restricted limits for each factor, explain why it is important that it is maintained within restricted limits and the consequences of not doing so. explain what is meant by negative and positive feedback explain the general stages involved in negative feedback, and why these are used in homeostatic mechanisms explain the benefit of having separate mechanisms for different departures from the original level interpret information relating to examples of negative and positive feedback (Eg OESTROUS CYCLE)
Graded Task sheet on Antibiotics
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Graded Task sheet on Antibiotics

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This is a worksheet that students can use to consolidate their knowledge and understanding. The worksheet is differentiated and includes a checklist, key words and an extension task (Legendary Level). There are several ways in which you can use the task sheet. 1. After an explanation give students time to work at their own pace on the tasks they wish. 2. Select a specific task for students to complete. 3. Use each task as separate parts of your lesson. 4. Set the task as a book or computer based research task. 5. Set the task sheet for homework. This task sheet covers 1. The work of Alexander Fleming. 2. How bacteria develop antibiotic resistance. 3. Evaluation of statements referring to the use of antibiotics. 4. How to stop the spread of bacteria.
Graded Task sheet on Vaccinations
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Graded Task sheet on Vaccinations

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This is a worksheet that students can use to consolidate their knowledge and understanding. The worksheet is differentiated and includes a checklist, key words and an extension task (Legendary Level). There are several ways in which you can use the task sheet. 1. After an explanation give students time to work at their own pace on the tasks they wish. 2. Select a specific task for students to complete. 3. Use each task as separate parts of your lesson. 4. Set the task as a book or computer based research task. 5. Set the task sheet for homework. This task sheet covers 1. How pathogen can enter the body. 2. How vaccines work. 3. Evaluation of the risks of using vaccines. 4. The impact of poor scientific method and vaccine research.