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Educational resources to promote independent learning. Easy to use - just download and print.

Educational resources to promote independent learning. Easy to use - just download and print.
IGCSE Kidney and Nephron Worksheet (A3 PDF)
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IGCSE Kidney and Nephron Worksheet (A3 PDF)

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An A3 PDF worksheet with diagrams of the kidney and nephron to label plus exam-style questions to check student understanding. Can be completed as an assessment task. There is an answer sheet included.
Practical Investigation Write up Help sheets
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Practical Investigation Write up Help sheets

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Practical write up support sheets. Students focus on planning, results, conclusion and evaluating with these prompts. Introducing terms like dependent/independent variable; control variable and anomalous results. Students are shown how to set up results tables and graphs. There are prompt questions for the conclusion and evaluation. These sheets help develop student´s confidence when planning and writing up scientific investigations.
A level biology - blood clotting cascade
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A level biology - blood clotting cascade

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A pdf worksheet focusing on the cascade of events which leads to the formation of fibrin. There are a series of exam-style questions to check understanding. Can be used in addition to class notes or as a formative assessment. Answer sheet included.
Protein Synthesis worksheet
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Protein Synthesis worksheet

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A PDF worksheet with the processes of protein synthesis split into transcription and translation. Students label the diagram and describe the process. There are keywords for prompting students. Perfect for A level or higher GCSE biology An answer sheet is included.
The Carbon Cycle
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The Carbon Cycle

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A level Biology / higher GCSE A PDF worksheet on the carbon cycle, focusing on the different processes that occur within the cycle. There are also exam questions focusing on the idea of carbon sinks and how the carbon is recycled. Suitable for an independent learning activity or to complement a teaching lesson. Answer sheet included.
Osmosis in Potatoes Lab Activity Worksheet
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Osmosis in Potatoes Lab Activity Worksheet

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These student worksheets provides support for the core practical on osmosis in potato strips. In the osmosis practical, students collect results for one potato strip in each solution but I would recommend collating results and allowing students to calculate the mean values if they have time. Students perform the experiment and record their results in table and graph provided. They need to calculate the percentage change in mass. Students write a conclusion to explain what their results show. Students use graph to estimate the salt concentration inside the cells.
Light intensity and the rate of Photosynthesis Lab Activity
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Light intensity and the rate of Photosynthesis Lab Activity

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In this practical, students will investigate the effect of light intensity on the rate of photosynthesis in pondweed or another suitable aquatic plant. The oxygen is collected and measured to allow a calculation of the rate of photosynthesis. Light intensity is varied by moving a lamp closer to the plant. The worksheet contains equipment, method, table of results, graph and focused questions. This activity is designed to promote independent learning, allowing teacher to circulate room and support students who need guidance.
A level Biology Chloroplasts and Chlorophyll
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A level Biology Chloroplasts and Chlorophyll

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A PDF worksheet focusing on the A level Biology content for photosynthesis. The worksheet features the chloroplast to label and describe the role of the structures; the pigments found in chlorophyll; the absorption spectrum; Engelmann´s experiment regarding the action spectrum. Useful for class notes or as a formative assessment. Markscheme included.
A level biology - Abiotic and Biotic Factors
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A level biology - Abiotic and Biotic Factors

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A PDF worksheet focusing on biotic and abiotic factors which affect an ecosystem. These are exam-style questions to check understanding. Useful as a formative assessment or independent learning activity. Answer sheet included.
Distillation of Ink to obtain a pure water sample Lab Activity
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Distillation of Ink to obtain a pure water sample Lab Activity

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Students perform a simple distillation procedure. There is a method and diagram to help them set up the equipment. Students boil the ink mixture and collect the distillate. They will then write a description of what has happened using the keywords. This experiment should be performed after students have some knowledge of distillation.
IGCSE Biology Movement In/Out of Cells ONLINE ESCAPE ROOM
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IGCSE Biology Movement In/Out of Cells ONLINE ESCAPE ROOM

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The ONLINE Asylum escape room focuses on movement of substances in and out of cells. It matches the IGCSE Edexcel specification but can be used with any specification focusing on the following specification points: understand the processes of diffusion, osmosis and active transport by which substances move into and out of cells understand how factors affect the rate of movement of substances into and out of cells, including the effects of surface area to volume ratio and concentration gradient practical: investigate diffusion and osmosis using living and non-living systems Digital Escape rooms are an interactive activity which promote both individual learning and peer collaboration through problem solving. Each escape room has a range of activities to challenge the students whilst also covering the specification. The escape room focuses on the IGCSE specification. This means they are an excellent resource to use a revision tool. All the activities are online, eliminating the need for printing materials. Students will be given a link to access the digital escape room. There is a timer included in the challenge but can be ignored as it has no effect on the outcome. You do not need to provide an email address or have a google account to access the material. Escape rooms can be completed on laptops, tablets and mobile phones so they can be set as homework or used in cover lessons. Students enjoy working through the challenges with a partner but they can be completed alone. Students will need to look closely at the images on the link. Once clicked, the image links to a clue or activity which needs to be completed in the lock form. The lock form aids the student by providing direction as to which images to click. Answers should be written in CAPITAL letters and no spaces between the numbers. There is a teacher answer sheet provided if you need to guide students.
IGCSE Enzymes ONLINE Escape Room - perfect for revision, homework, cover lesson
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IGCSE Enzymes ONLINE Escape Room - perfect for revision, homework, cover lesson

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The ONLINE Jack the Ripper Escape Room focuses on enzymes. It matches the IGCSE Edexcel specification but can be used with any specification focusing on the following specification points: understand the role of enzymes as biological catalysts in metabolic reactions understand how temperature changes can affect enzyme function, including changes to the shape of active site practical: investigate how enzyme activity can be affected by changes in temperature understand how enzyme function can be affected by changes in pH altering the active Digital Escape rooms are an interactive activity which promote both individual learning and peer collaboration through problem solving. Each escape room has a range of activities to challenge the students whilst also covering the specification. The escape room focuses on the IGCSE specification. This means they are an excellent resource to use a revision tool. All the activities are online, eliminating the need for printing materials. Students will be given a link to access the digital escape room. There is a timer included in the challenge but can be ignored as it has no effect on the outcome. You do not need to provide an email address or have a google account to access the material. Escape rooms can be completed on laptops, tablets and mobile phones so they can be set as homework or used in cover lessons. Students enjoy working through the challenges with a partner but they can be completed alone. Students will need to look closely at the images on the link. Once clicked, the image links to a clue or activity which needs to be completed in the lock form. The lock form aids the student by providing direction as to which images to click. Answers should be written in lowercase letters and no spaces between the numbers. There is a teacher answer sheet provided if you need to guide students.
IGCSE Gas exchange and respiration ONLINE Escape Room - perfect for revision, homework, cover lesson
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IGCSE Gas exchange and respiration ONLINE Escape Room - perfect for revision, homework, cover lesson

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The ONLINE find the exam Escape Room focuses on gas exchange and respiration in humans. It matches the IGCSE Edexcel specification but can be used with any specification focusing on the following specification points: Describe the differences between aerobic and anaerobic respiration Know the word equation and the balanced chemical symbol equation for aerobic respiration in living organisms Know the word equation for anaerobic respiration in plants and in animals Practical: investigate the evolution of carbon dioxide and heat from respiring seeds or other suitable living organisms Describe the structure of the thorax, including the ribs, intercostal muscles, diaphragm, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli and pleural membranes Understand the role of the intercostal muscles and the diaphragm in ventilation Explain how alveoli are adapted for gas exchange by diffusion between air in the lungs and blood in capillaries Understand the biological consequences of smoking in relation to the lungs and the circulatory system, including coronary heart disease Digital Escape rooms are an interactive activity which promote both individual learning and peer collaboration through problem solving. Each escape room has a range of activities to challenge the students whilst also covering the specification. The escape room focuses on the IGCSE specification. This means they are an excellent resource to use a revision tool. All the activities are online, eliminating the need for printing materials. Students will be given a link to access the digital escape room. There is a timer included in the challenge but can be ignored as it has no effect on the outcome. You do not need to provide an email address or have a google account to access the material. Escape rooms can be completed on laptops, tablets and mobile phones so they can be set as homework or used in cover lessons. Students enjoy working through the challenges with a partner but they can be completed alone. Students will need to look closely at the images on the link. Once clicked, the image links to a clue or activity which needs to be completed in the lock form. The lock form aids the student by providing direction as to which images to click. Answers should be written in lowercase letters and no spaces between the numbers. There is a teacher answer sheet provided if you need to guide students.
IGCSE Human Transport ONLINE Escape Room - perfect for revision, homework, cover lesson
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IGCSE Human Transport ONLINE Escape Room - perfect for revision, homework, cover lesson

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The ONLINE Tower of London escape room focuses on Human Transport. It matches the IGCSE Edexcel specification but can be used with any specification focusing on the following specification points: describe the composition of the blood: red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and plasma understand the role of plasma in the transport of carbon dioxide, digested food, urea, hormones and heat energy understand how adaptations of red blood cells make them suitable for the transport of oxygen, including shape, the absence of a nucleus and the presence of haemoglobin understand how the immune system responds to disease using white blood cells, illustrated by phagocytes ingesting pathogens and lymphocytes releasing antibodies specific to the pathogen understand how vaccination results in the manufacture of memory cells, which enable future antibody production to the pathogen to occur sooner, faster and in greater quantity understand how platelets are involved in blood clotting, which prevents blood loss and the entry of micro-organisms describe the structure of the heart and how it functions understand how the structure of arteries, veins and capillaries relate to their function Digital Escape rooms are an interactive activity which promote both individual learning and peer collaboration through problem solving. Each escape room has a range of activities to challenge the students whilst also covering the specification. The escape room focuses on the IGCSE specification. This means they are an excellent resource to use a revision tool. All the activities are online, eliminating the need for printing materials. Students will be given a link to access the digital escape room. There is a timer included in the challenge but can be ignored as it has no effect on the outcome. You do not need to provide an email address or have a google account to access the material. Escape rooms can be completed on laptops, tablets and mobile phones so they can be set as homework or used in cover lessons. Students enjoy working through the challenges with a partner but they can be completed alone. Students will need to look closely at the images on the link. Once clicked, the image links to a clue or activity which needs to be completed in the lock form. The lock form aids the student by providing direction as to which images to click. Answers should be written in lowercase and no spaces between the numbers. There is a teacher answer sheet provided if you need to guide students.
Nutrition Retrieval Practice Worksheets
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Nutrition Retrieval Practice Worksheets

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Today´s research shows that retrieval of memory produces a better long-term retention of material than simple restudy of material (rereading notes or highlighting information). For this reason, I have been using it in my classroom to help my students perform better in examinations (I teach A level and GCSE classes). Retrieval practice helps my students recall information they have learned, but more importantly, it highlights material that they have not learned well or have not understood. Retrieval practice is easy to implement in the classroom, and it can be presented in many forms from a simple question and answer session, a quiz or a brain dump. I have spent the last two years working on different resources so students are not bored with the activity. It also sets a bit more of a challenge. When using these resources, I frequently use them as again a month or two after completing a topic as this spacing ensures material is not being “forgotten”. My students see the benefit of this, especially as we have exams in January and May so it keeps the content fresh. Resources in this pack: Links activity - students must find a connection between the two words in a grid. This isn´t always easy to do and it helps students really think about the topic they are studying. Total recall - is similar to a brain dump but the page is divided into sections with keywords to focus students knowledge recall. Wordsearch - students search for words related to the topic they have studied. The number of words is given but not the word itself. Once students find the word, they must define it. If you like my product, I would appreciate a review. Thank you!