KS3 Cells Quiz Plenary/Exit Ticket Activity

KS3 Cells Quiz Plenary/Exit Ticket Activity

Versatile resource. A ten-question animated slideshow quiz with sound effects on eleven slides which also be used as an exit ticket activity. Each pupil has three cards A, B and C. They select the answer to a question and hold up the appropriate card before the answer to the question is revealed. This also provides instant feedback on pupil progress for the teacher and the opportunity for further explanation. It can also be used by pupils individually in a network room or loaded onto the school website for use as revision at home. Each slide shows the instructions reading time, thinking time, hold up your card and click for answer. Functions are timed but can be over-ridden by a mouse-click. This format was highly praised by inspectors. The quiz is available as a ppsx file so that it runs as a slideshow. The quiz is a part of a fully resource lesson which is also available. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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KS3 Specialised Cells Plenary/Exit Ticket Quiz

KS3 Specialised Cells Plenary/Exit Ticket Quiz

Versatile resource. A ten-question animated slideshow quiz with sound effects on eleven slides which also be used as an exit ticket activity. Each pupil has three cards A, B and C. They select the answer to a question and hold up the appropriate card before the answer to the question is revealed. This also provides instant feedback on pupil progress for the teacher and the opportunity for further explanation. It can also be used by pupils individually in a network room or loaded onto the school website for use as revision at home. Each slide shows the instructions reading time, thinking time, hold up your card and click for answer. Functions are timed but can be over-ridden by a mouse-click. This format was highly praised by inspectors. The quiz is available as a ppsx file so that it runs as a slideshow. The quiz is a part of a fully resource lesson which is also available. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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KS3 Specialised Cells - Whole Lesson

KS3 Specialised Cells - Whole Lesson

A fully resourced, one hour lesson consisting of a twenty-four-slide animated PowerPoint with built ten question plenary/exit ticket quiz with sound. The lesson is easy to deliver, easy to follow and enjoyable. It is suitable for most abilities. A worksheet and classwork/homework are included. The lesson is ready to go with only photocopying of the worksheet and classwork/homework to do. A Copy of the ABC cards are included for the quiz but you could just get the pupils to quickly make their own. Long-term it’s easier to copy and laminate a class set. The free pack of six Taboo cards is an extra to the lesson and can be used as an extension or not at all as you wish. Cells included are: red blood cell, sperm, root hair cell, palisade, nerve cell, fat cell, egg cell and ciliated cell. If you do not wish to include onto of these, simply click onto the next slide. Please remember to leave a review Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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KS3 Specialised Cells Plenary/Exit Ticket Quiz

KS3 Specialised Cells Plenary/Exit Ticket Quiz

Versatile resource. A ten-question animated slideshow quiz with sound effects on eleven slides which also be used as an exit ticket activity. Each pupil has three cards A, B and C. They select the answer to a question and hold up the appropriate card before the answer to the question is revealed. This also provides instant feedback on pupil progress for the teacher and the opportunity for further explanation. It can also be used by pupils individually in a network room or loaded onto the school website for use as revision at home. Each slide shows the instructions reading time, thinking time, hold up your card and click for answer. Functions are timed but can be over-ridden by a mouse-click. This format was highly praised by inspectors. The quiz is available as a ppsx file so that it runs as a slideshow. The quiz is a part of a fully resource lesson which is also available. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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KS3 Specialised Cells - Whole Lesson

KS3 Specialised Cells - Whole Lesson

A fully resourced, one hour lesson consisting of a twenty-four-slide animated PowerPoint with built ten question plenary/exit ticket quiz with sound. The lesson is easy to deliver, easy to follow and enjoyable. It is suitable for most abilities. A worksheet and classwork/homework are included. The lesson is ready to go with only photocopying of the worksheet and classwork/homework to do. A Copy of the ABC cards are included for the quiz but you could just get the pupils to quickly make their own. Long-term it’s easier to copy and laminate a class set. The free pack of six Taboo cards is an extra to the lesson and can be used as an extension or not at all as you wish. Cells included are: red blood cell, sperm, root hair cell, palisade, nerve cell, fat cell, egg cell and ciliated cell. If you do not wish to include onto of these, simply click onto the next slide. Please remember to leave a review Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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KS3 Cell Structure and Differences Between Plant and Animal Cells

KS3 Cell Structure and Differences Between Plant and Animal Cells

An action packed, high quality PowerPoint fully resourced with four activities and a homework for a lesson that practically runs itself. Full, easy to follow, instructions are given on the PowerPoint itself and on the worksheets. Lesson content • cell structure; functions of parts of the cell; • differences between plant and animal cell; Resources and order of lesson • 28 side easy-to-use PowerPoint which directs pupils when and how to use each of the accompanying resources. • Anticipation Guide • Group activity • Worksheet • Flip It • Revisit Anticipation Guide • Exit Ticket Quiz (built in to lesson PowerPoint). Exit tickets and ABC cards provided. This is a tried and tested format and the quiz format was praised by inspectors. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Cell Structure and the Differences Between Plant and Animal Cells KS4

Cell Structure and the Differences Between Plant and Animal Cells KS4

Useful worksheet which comes also as part of a fully resourced lesson powerpoint lesson on cells and the differences between plant and animal cells. The full lesson comes complete with anticipation guide, flip it, class activity sheet, homework, and exit ticket quiz and is better value. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Cell Structure and the Differences Between Plant and Animal Cells KS4

Cell Structure and the Differences Between Plant and Animal Cells KS4

Useful worksheet/homework which comes also as part of a fully resourced lesson PowerPoint lesson on cells and the differences between plant and animal cells. The full lesson comes complete with anticipation guide, flip it, class activity sheet, homework, and exit ticket quiz and is better value. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Cell Structure and the Differences between Plant and Animal Cells KS4

Cell Structure and the Differences between Plant and Animal Cells KS4

This is a 15 minute activity which encourages pupils to think and write. Getting them to write the question instead of the answer requires even more thought than usual! Pupils initially write their answers individually then work in pairs to try their questions out on each other. They peer assess each other’s questions and then each pupil responds to the assessment they have received by rewriting questions with a poor assessment and noting down what they have learned about writing well from both their own work and their partners. This is a tried and tested format which I have used often. Pupils find it challenging but enjoyable and profitable. It is suitable for pupils of all abilities. It is an easy lesson to teach as all the instructions are on the sheet for you and the pupil to follow. The resource is editable so you can alter the answers to suit a particular class if necessary. You get two copies of the resource-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Cell Structure and the Difference Between Plant and Animal Cell KS4

Cell Structure and the Difference Between Plant and Animal Cell KS4

An action packed, high quality PowerPoint fully resourced with four activities and a homework for a lesson that practically runs itself. Full, easy to follow, instructions are given on the PowerPoint itself and on the worksheets. Lesson content • cell structure; functions of parts of the cell; • differences between plant and animal cell; • turgor. Resources and order of lesson • 24 side easy-to-use PowerPoint which directs pupils when and how to use each of the accompanying resources. • Anticipation Guide • Group activity • Worksheet • Flip It • Revisit Anticipation Guide • Exit Ticket Quiz (built in to PowerPoint). Exit tickets and ABC cards provided. Activities also include elements of peer assessment, pupil response to assessment, self-assessment and literacy. A separate copy of the quiz is included so that it can be loaded onto the school website and used by pupils in a network room or accessed from home for revision. This is a tried and tested format and the quiz format was praised by inspectors. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Cell Structure and the Differences Between Plant and Animal Cells KS4

Cell Structure and the Differences Between Plant and Animal Cells KS4

A useful and enjoyable starter and plenary to a revision lesson. To initiate thinking, pupils answer true or false to each statement. At the end of the lesson they revisit the sheet, go through the statements with the teacher and after appropriate class discussion they write each statement they got wrong correctly. You get two copies of the resource-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer.
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Respiration KS4 Starter and Plenary

Respiration KS4 Starter and Plenary

A useful and enjoyable starter and plenary to a revision lesson. To initiate thinking, pupils answer true or false to each statement. At the end of the lesson they revisit the sheet, go through the statements with the teacher and after appropriate class discussion they write each statement they got wrong correctly. You get two copies of the resource-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Digestion KS4 Revisionphobe Bundle!

Digestion KS4 Revisionphobe Bundle!

With outcome now dependant on the exam performance and not coursework, sound revision is more important than ever. Unfortunately, we all know that teacher-lead revision lessons are the only revision some pupils will do. A few past papers are just not enough with the exam now examining two years of work and not just an individual module. Added to this is the problem of getting the pupils to attend if the revision sessions are after school. Revision sessions need to have the reputation of being enjoyable and innovative as well as profitable. This pack is designed to help with all of these problems. Suggested format of revision lesson. • Each pupil completes the anticipation guide – a sobering experience for some! • Teacher goes through the fact sheet. • Use Flip It and/or Taboo cards as time allows. • Run animated class quiz on interactive white board. • Revisit anticipation guide. • Finish off with some past paper questions from your own exam board. Make sure the pupils take the fact sheet home. For some pupils ploughing through exercise books or booklets is too daunting but they will manage to revise one sheet of A4 with all the salient facts. Notes on Individual Resources Anticipation Guide - For each statement, complete first two columns at start of lesson and the rest of the sheet at the end. Flip It – Pupils write their answers individually then work in pairs. Full instructions are on the sheet itself. Taboo Cards – Pupils work in pairs and take in it turns to be clue giver and “guesser”. The clue giver selects from the pile of face – down cards then gives clues to the word but avoids using the taboo words. Quiz – twenty questions, one per slide. Each pupil has three cards A, B and C. They select the answer to a question and hold up the appropriate card before the answer to the question is revealed. This also provides instant feedback on pupil progress for the teacher and the opportunity for further explanation. This can also be used by pupils individually in a network room or loaded onto the school website for use as revision at home. Each slide shows the instructions reading time, thinking time, hold up your card and click for answer. Functions are timed but can be over-ridden by a mouse-click. This format was highly praised by inspectors. The quiz is available as a ppsx file so that it runs as a slideshow You get two copies of the all the resources apart from the quiz-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Respiration KS4 Revisionphobe Bundle!

Respiration KS4 Revisionphobe Bundle!

With outcome now dependant on the exam performance and not coursework, sound revision is more important than ever. Unfortunately, we all know that teacher-lead revision lessons are the only revision some pupils will do. A few past papers are just not enough with the exam now examining two years of work and not just an individual module. Added to this is the problem of getting the pupils to attend if the revision sessions are after school. Revision sessions need to have the reputation of being enjoyable and innovative as well as profitable. This pack is designed to help with all of these problems. Suggested format of revision lesson. • Each pupil completes the anticipation guide – a sobering experience for some! • Teacher goes through the fact sheet. • Use Flip It and/or Taboo cards as time allows. • Run animated class quiz on interactive white board. • Revisit anticipation guide. • Finish off with some past paper questions from your own exam board. Make sure the pupils take the fact sheet home. For some pupils ploughing through exercise books or booklets is too daunting but they will manage to revise one sheet of A4 with all the salient facts. Notes on Individual Resources Anticipation Guide - For each statement, complete first two columns at start of lesson and the rest of the sheet at the end. Flip It – Pupils write their answers individually then work in pairs. Full instructions are on the sheet itself. Taboo Cards – Pupils work in pairs and take in it turns to be clue giver and “guesser”. The clue giver selects from the pile of face – down cards then gives clues to the word but avoids using the taboo words. Quiz – twenty questions, one per slide. Each pupil has three cards A, B and C. They select the answer to a question and hold up the appropriate card before the answer to the question is revealed. This also provides instant feedback on pupil progress for the teacher and the opportunity for further explanation. This can also be used by pupils individually in a network room or loaded onto the school website for use as revision at home. Each slide shows the instructions reading time, thinking time, hold up your card and click for answer. Functions are timed but can be over-ridden by a mouse-click. This format was highly praised by inspectors. The quiz is available as a ppsx file so that it runs as a slideshow You get two copies of the all the resources apart from the quiz-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Cells KS4 Fact Sheet for the Revision Phobic!

Cells KS4 Fact Sheet for the Revision Phobic!

Everything you need to know on two sides of A4! A useful resource for all pupils but particularly those who, left to their own devices, go into a test or exam not having opened a book! For some pupils ploughing through a text book or booklet is a big ask! Revising for an end of topic test or the GCSE examination from just one sheet is much more manageable. This sheet is therefore as clear, concise and visual as possible. This strategy is particularly geared to reducing the number of C/D (3/4) and unclassified pupils. It can be used in a number of ways. It can be issued to all pupils as a checklist but more profitably used as part of a revision lesson prior to an end-of-topic test or the examination. You get two copies of the resource-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Respiration KS4 for the Revision Phobic!

Respiration KS4 for the Revision Phobic!

Everything you need to know on two sides of A4! A useful resource for all pupils but particularly those who, left to their own devices, go into a test or exam not having opened a book! For some pupils ploughing through a text book or booklet is a big ask! Revising for an end of topic test or the GCSE examination from just one sheet is much more manageable. This sheet is therefore as clear, concise and visual as possible. This strategy is particularly geared to reducing the number of C/D (3/4) and unclassified pupils. It can be used in a number of ways. It can be issued to all pupils as a checklist but more profitably used as part of a revision lesson prior to an end-of-topic test or the examination. You get two copies of the resource-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Respiration Revision KS4 Taboo Cards

Respiration Revision KS4 Taboo Cards

A ten - minute class activity for inclusion in a revision lesson on cells and cell membranes, prior to an end-of-topic test or the GCSE exam. Pupils work in pairs take it in turns to select a card and give clues to their partner who must guess what the word is. The clue giver must avoid the taboo words. A popular and enjoyable activity and an ideal combination of science and oracy. This activity is designed to make revision fun and enjoyable for those pupils who, left to their own devices, go into a test or exam not having opened a book! The print out makes twelve cards. You get two copies of the resource-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer. The colour version could be laminated and used year after year. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Digestion Revision KS4 Starter and Plenary Activity

Digestion Revision KS4 Starter and Plenary Activity

A useful and enjoyable starter and plenary to a revision lesson. To initiate thinking, pupils answer true or false to each statement. At the end of the lesson they revisit the sheet, go through the statements with the teacher and after appropriate class discussion they write each statement they got wrong correctly. You get two copies of the resource-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Digestion Revision KS4 Starter and Plenary Activity

Digestion Revision KS4 Starter and Plenary Activity

A useful and enjoyable starter and plenary to a revision lesson. To initiate thinking, pupils answer true or false to each statement. At the end of the lesson they revisit the sheet, go through the statements with the teacher and after appropriate class discussion they write each statement they got wrong correctly. You get two copies of the resource-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Cells revision Lesson  KS4- Starter and Plenary

Cells revision Lesson KS4- Starter and Plenary

A useful and enjoyable starter and plenary to a revision lesson. To initiate thinking, pupils answer true or false to each statement. At the end of the lesson they revisit the sheet, go through the statements with the teacher and after appropriate class discussion they write each statement they got wrong correctly. You get two copies of the resource-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Digestion Revision Taboo Cards

Digestion Revision Taboo Cards

A ten - minute class activity for inclusion in a revision lesson on cells and cell membranes, prior to an end-of-topic test or the GCSE exam. Pupils work in pairs take it in turns to select a card and give clues to their partner who must guess what the word is. The clue giver must avoid the taboo words. A popular and enjoyable activity and an ideal combination of science and oracy. This activity is designed to make revision fun and enjoyable for those pupils who, left to their own devices, go into a test or exam not having opened a book! The print out makes twelve cards. You get two copies of the resource-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer. The colour version could be laminated and used year after year. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Cells KS4 Revisionphobe Bundle!!

Cells KS4 Revisionphobe Bundle!!

With outcome now dependant on the exam performance and not coursework, sound revision is more important than ever. Unfortunately, we all know that teacher-lead revision lessons are the only revision some pupils will do. A few past papers are just not enough with the exam now examining two years of work and not just an individual module. Added to this is the problem of getting the pupils to attend if the revision sessions are after school. Revision sessions need to have the reputation of being enjoyable and innovative as well as profitable. This pack is designed to help with all of these problems. Suggested format of revision lesson. • Each pupil completes the anticipation guide – a sobering experience for some! • Teacher goes through the fact sheet. • Use Flip It and/or Taboo cards as time allows. • Run animated class quiz on interactive white board. • Revisit anticipation guide. • Finish off with some past paper questions from your own exam board. Make sure the pupils take the fact sheet home. For some pupils ploughing through exercise books or booklets is too daunting but they will manage to revise one sheet of A4 with all the salient facts. Notes on Individual Resources Anticipation Guide - For each statement, complete first two columns at start of lesson and the rest of the sheet at the end. Flip It – Pupils write their answers individually then work in pairs. Full instructions are on the sheet itself. Taboo Cards – Pupils work in pairs and take in it turns to be clue giver and “guesser”. The clue giver selects from the pile of face – down cards then gives clues to the word but avoids using the taboo words. Quiz – twenty questions, one per slide. Each pupil has three cards A, B and C. They select the answer to a question and hold up the appropriate card before the answer to the question is revealed. This also provides instant feedback on pupil progress for the teacher and the opportunity for further explanation. This can also be used by pupils individually in a network room or loaded onto the school website for use as revision at home. Each slide shows the instructions reading time, thinking time, hold up your card and click for answer. Functions are timed but can be over-ridden by a mouse-click. This format was highly praised by inspectors. The quiz is available as a ppsx file so that it runs as a slideshow You get two copies of the all the resources apart from the quiz-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer.
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Digestion and the Digestive System in Humans KS4

Digestion and the Digestive System in Humans KS4

This is a 20 minute activity for a revision lesson which encourages pupils to think and write. Getting them to write the question instead of the answer requires even more thought than usual! Pupils initially write their questions individually then work in pairs to try their questions out on each other. They peer assess each other’s answers and then each pupil responds to the assessment they have received by rewriting questions which received a poor assessment and noting down what they have learned about writing well from both their own work and their partners. This is a tried and tested format which I have used often. Pupils find it challenging but enjoyable and profitable. It is suitable for pupils of all abilities. It is an easy lesson to teach as all the instructions are on the sheet for you and the pupil to follow. The resource is editable so you can alter the answers to suit a particular class if necessary. You get two copies of the resource-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
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Cells Revision KS4 for the Revision Phobic!

Cells Revision KS4 for the Revision Phobic!

Everything you need to know on two sides of A4! A useful resource for all pupils but particularly those who, left to their own devices, go into a test or exam not having opened a book! For some pupils ploughing through a text book or booklet is a big ask! Revising for an end of topic test or the GCSE examination from just one sheet is much more manageable. This sheet is therefore as clear, concise and visual as possible. This strategy is particularly geared to reducing the number of C/D (3/4) and unclassified pupils. It can be used in a number of ways. It can be issued to all pupils as a checklist but more profitably used as part of a revision lesson prior to an end-of-topic test or the examination. You get two copies of the resource-one in colour and the other which I have produced in grey scale so it prints really well on a black and white printer.
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