A set of revision mats to cover AQA Biology (8461) 4.1 Cell Biology
Revision mats included
22.214.171.124 - 126.96.36.199 Prokaryotes, eukaryotes and organelles
188.8.131.52 - 184.108.40.206 Cell specialisation & cell differentiation
220.127.116.11 Culturing Microorganisms (Biology only)
Each sheet comes with answers. Ideal for non-specialists
Perfect for revision, consolidation or cover lessons.
This worksheet assesses understanding of current in series and parallel circuits. It is suitable for GCSE combined science and physics, as well as higher ability KS3.
Current is the flow of electrical charge. The current in a series circuit is the same everywhere, as there is only one path for the electrical charge to travel on. The current in a parallel circuit splits into different branches then combines again before it goes back into the supply. When the current splits, the current in each branch after the split adds up to the same as the current just before the split.
This resource includes a worksheet and answers with explanations and is suitable for use by non-specialists. It is ideal for a cover lesson.
Quiz designed to support learners studying both triple and combined AQA GCSE 9-1 science.
A total of 30 questions (plus some spares if required)
Divided into three rounds (biology, chemistry and physics) with an added Tiebreaker round if needed
Ideal for individual or group work.
This resource is designed to help GCSE pupils study quadrats. It is suitable for learners studying AQA and OCR science specifications. It can be used to support learning when investigating ecosystems.
It is impractical to count all of the organisms in a population such as a field or lawn, as a result, biologists sample a small area to estimate the size of a population. One of these methods uses a quadrat.
This resource can be used independently or as an aid to practical investigations that learners may complete using quadrats.
Your download will include worksheets that are differentiated for ability. This will cover the random placement of quadrats for a fair test, opportunities to calculate the mean and estimate the number of daisies buttercups in an field. This can be completed as a whole class, or set as an individual task. Answers to the worksheet are not included as the first task is to randomly place quadrats on the diagram provided and so no one answer will be correct for every learner.
Also included is an exam question along with a mark scheme.
Support and tips for completing magnification calculations and rearranging formulae.
Differentiated through support/scaffolding for HAP/MAP/LAP learners.
answer sheets included. Designed to be printed on A4 paper.
Differentiated and fully editable worksheets to calculate percentage mass of a compound in an element.
Designed to be printed with 2 pages on one sheet to produce A5 worksheets, saving ink, paper, printing time and budget!
answer sheet included
We can use distance-time graphs to show how an object has travelled along a straight line. This worksheet is aimed at KS3 and lower ability KS4. The worksheet builds in complexity, allowing learners to practise using distance-time graphs to describe the journey of an object.