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Sachaclokey's is a shop that specialises in resources for the new 2016 KS4 AQA Biology students. The resources include a range of activities, starters, worksheets and powerpoints, all of which have been used successfully with students of a wide range of abilities. The author is a Leader of learning in Science

Sachaclokey's is a shop that specialises in resources for the new 2016 KS4 AQA Biology students. The resources include a range of activities, starters, worksheets and powerpoints, all of which have been used successfully with students of a wide range of abilities. The author is a Leader of learning in Science
KS4 AQA New B1 Cell structure and transport Revision
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A set of detailed revision notes, exam style questions and revision lesson PPT covering the whole of B1 Cell structure and Transport for KS4 pupils covering the AQA 2016 syllabus. The PPT covers 2 or 3 revision sessions which contains: 6 mark questions, Whiteboard quizzes, magnification calculations, Block buster game, A miss wrong activity, Exam style questions, What am I quiz, Graded questions, Cell labelling activity, What's my job quiz on specialised cells, Comparing osmosis, diffusion and active transport table Calculating surface area and volume ratio activity. This is the first time I have uploaded any resources so please leave reviews to let me know your thoughts.
KS4 AQA new 2016 B1 Cell structure and transport L10 Exchange surfaces
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KS4 AQA new 2016 B1 Cell structure and transport L10 Exchange surfaces

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B1 Cell structure and transport. This is the last lesson in the topic and covers exchange surfaces. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top and at the bottom are the learning outcomes as well as key words. Includes: Connect activity - how different animals exchange gases Calculating surface area and volumes of cubes activity Surface area and volume calculation worksheet for HT Adaptations of villi and alveoli worksheet 6 Mark question on the adaptations of the Villi with self assessment 3,2,1 progress check with extension question. Plenary - Mr wrong pupils need to correct the wrong statements
KS4 AQA New 2016 B1 Eukarytoes and Prokaryotes
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KS4 AQA New 2016 B1 Eukarytoes and Prokaryotes

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B1 Cell structure and transport. This is the 4th lesson in the topic and covers Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top of each slide and at the bottom are the learning outcomes as well as key words. Worksheets for the activities are at the end of the PPTs. Includes Comparing Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes tasks Literacy activity Past exam style questions Venn diagram Research questions to check progress
KS4 AQA New 2016 B3 L2 The digestive system
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KS4 AQA New 2016 B3 L2 The digestive system

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B3 Organisation and the digestive system . This is the 2nd lesson in the topic and covers The human digestive system. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top and at the bottom are the learning outcomes as well as key words. Includes: Connect activity - pupils try to identify pictures of the digestive system Whiteboard activity - pupils work in pairs to identify the organs Baseline task - questions on the functions of different organs Group activity - pupils work in 3's to draw around their torso and draw, label and write the functions of the organs of the digestive system. Progress check questions on the villi. Includes challenge questions. 6 mark question on the Digestive system with mark scheme. Differentiated for HT and FT Questions on Digestion. Pupils explain the adaptations of 3 organs for digestion Plenary - List the following structures, starting with the smallest Blooms taxonomy homework on the digestive system. Differentiated for HT and FT
KS4 New AQA 2016 B1 Diffusion and surface area practical
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KS4 New AQA 2016 B1 Diffusion and surface area practical

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B1 Cell structure and transport. This is the 6th lesson in the topic and covers Diffusion. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top and at the bottom are the learning outcomes as well as key words. Includes: Connect activity - How do I know when my cat has used the litter tray downstairs White board activity - Pupils draw a burger and use particles to explain how they would know if I had it under the desk Literacy task using key terms to explain diffusion with self assessment task Drawing and linking diffusion to states of matter task Stages of diffusion sketches - start, middle and end Evaluation and analysis of incorrect diffusion diagrams Includes non required practical on surface area and diffusion. This had surface area and volume calculations and key questions based on their results. HT and FT worksheet for practical Think, pair share activity on factors affecting diffusion Past exam question 6 mark question on Diffusion
KS4 AQA New 2016 Osmosis in plant and animal cells
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KS4 AQA New 2016 Osmosis in plant and animal cells

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B1 Cell structure and transport. This is the 7th and 8th lesson in the topic and covers Osmosis in plant and animal cells. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top and at the bottom are the learning outcomes as well as key words. Includes: Connect activity - why putting salt on slugs kills them Literacy task using key terms to explain osmosis with self/ peer assessment task Designing an experiment to investigate the effect of different solutions on plant cells. Pupils choose variables, write hypothesis's and carry out investigation in first lesson. In the second lesson pupils analyse their results. Write conclusions and evaluate their work. 6 mark question on osmosis Analysis and explanation task of plant and animal cells in hypertonic, hypotonic and isotonic solutions
KS4 AQA New 2016 B5 L1 Health and disease
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KS4 AQA New 2016 B5 L1 Health and disease

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This resource has a PPT for Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B5 Communicable diseases. This is the 1st lesson in the topic and covers Health and Disease. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top and at the bottom the learning outcomes as well as key words. Includes: Connect task - pupils define what it means to be healthy. Think, pair and share activity - pupils use picture to describe what makes us ill Pupils write definitions for communicable and non communicable diseases and explain how other factors can affect health. Pupils organise diseases into communicable and non communicable Whiteboard quiz - different diseases Linking task - Data analysis tasks - pupils analyse different graphs Demonstrate - pupils complete worksheet 6 mark question - Explain how the interactions between different types of diseases can affect the prevalence of a disease around the world Plenary - pupils explain why communicable diseases are more of a problem in third world countries and why non communicable diseases are more prevalent in developed countries Further resources from the same author can be found at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sachaclokey
KS4 AQA New 2016 B4 Organising plants and animals L2 Blood vessels
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KS4 AQA New 2016 B4 Organising plants and animals L2 Blood vessels

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B4 Organising animals and plants . This is the 2nd lesson in the topic and covers blood vessels. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top and at the bottom the learning outcomes as well as key words. Includes: Connect activity - how does blood get around the body? Whiteboard quiz- which blood vessel Who am I? Pupils match up functions and structures 6 mark question - compare the structure and function of blood vessels with either peer or self assessment Literacy task explaining the difference between single and double circulatory systems. Worksheet on blood vessels includes data analysis questions and drawing a graph of results Plenary - Progress check questions
KS4 AQA New 2016 B2 Cell division revison PPT and notes
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KS4 AQA New 2016 B2 Cell division revison PPT and notes

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A set of detailed revision notes, exam style questions worksheet with answers and a revision lesson PPT with a variety of activities including exam style and graded questions covering the whole of B2 Cell division for KS4 pupils covering the new AQA 2016 syllabus. The PPT covers 1 or 2 revision sessions which contains: What's the link on stem cells True or false statements on types of reproduction Whiteboard quizzes, 6 mark questions, Graded questions Cell cycle stages questions - includes extension questions Mitosis tasks: Place the pictures into the correct order Place the descriptive stages into the correct order. Progress and Extension questions Pair or Team activities: Played in rounds Round 1 - True or false 10 questions Round 2 - Guess the missing words (10) Round 3 - Multiple choice (8) Round 4 - Blockbuster (15) Round 5 - Exam questions (9) Round 6 - Lists (7) All questions and activities have the answer on the same slide (fly in animation) or on separate slides. Plenary - Just a minute - One pupil starts to speak about a topic. At the first repetition, pause or mistake another takes over – and so on until the minute is up
KS4 AQA New 2016 B3 L4 Catalysts and Enzymes
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KS4 AQA New 2016 B3 L4 Catalysts and Enzymes

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B3 Organisation and the digestive system . This is the 4th lesson in the topic and covers Catalysts and enzymes. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top and at the bottom are the learning outcomes as well as key words. Includes: Connect activity - why is the shape of a key important Picture task - pupils use pictures to describe what type of reaction is happening, and how to control the reactions. Progress check questions on enzymes with Challenge questions included. Hydrogen peroxide decomposition demo with or without catalyst (elephant toothpaste) or show video (included). Pupils model the lock and key hypothesis using plasticine. Application question - pupils suggest how a lock and key represents how an enzyme works. Enzyme research - Graded questions Graded tasks on enzymes Plenary - What's the question?
50  6 Mark questions and answers  Cartoon style Biology
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50 6 Mark questions and answers Cartoon style Biology

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An excellent set of cartoon style 6 mark questions I have made over the years covering every aspect of Biology topics at KS4. Such as: Diet and health: The nervous system: Decay: Micro organisms: Enzymes: Vaccinations: High cholesterol: Culturing bacteria: Cloning: Stem cells: Genetic engineering: Genetic crosses: Osmosis and Farming to name a few.... There are 50 6 mark questions in total with answers to every question on the next slide. This resource can be used for any specification in biology at KS4 sitting the 2017 spec examinations or 2018. It is an idea I took from another user on here. Sorry but I do not remember who to credit for this.
KS4 AQA New 2016 B4 Organising plants and animals L1 The blood
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KS4 AQA New 2016 B4 Organising plants and animals L1 The blood

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B4 Organising animals and plants . This is the 1st lesson in the topic and covers the blood. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top and at the bottom the learning outcomes as well as key words. Includes: Connect activity - where does the food we eat go? how does it get there? Unscramble the anagrams to identify what the blood covers Think, pair share activity on what is in blood and why our body needs it Blood marketplace pupils work in groups of 4. Instructions on slide FT use slides in PPT. HT use the attached information sheet. Includes quiz Label the blood diagram Whiteboard quiz- which type of blood cell Progress check questions Table on the blood using either factsheets for HT or FT slides on the blood in PPT. Whiteboard quiz- multiple choice Differentiated statement banks for FT and HT - can be used as a card sort/match up activity Plenary - Finish the sentence
KS4 AQA New 2016 B4 Organising animals and plants L3 The heart
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KS4 AQA New 2016 B4 Organising animals and plants L3 The heart

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B4 Organising animals and plants . This is the 3rd lesson in the topic and covers The Heart. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top and at the bottom the learning outcomes as well as key words. Includes: Connect activity - guess the link picture task Think, pair and share - how is postman pat like the circulatory system Video on the heart and circulatory system Whiteboard quiz- heart structure and function Label the heart activity - worksheet included Differentiated activity for blood movement through the heart. FT Flow diagram of blood movement .HT detailed explanation including when blood is oxygenated and deoxygenated. Paired whiteboard quiz on the heart structure 6 mark question - Describe the movement of blood through the heart Literacy task explaining the journey of Rob the red blood cell Progress check questions Plenary - RAG questions Circulatory system homework
KS4 AQA New 2016 B4 Organising animals and plants L5 Breathing and gas exchange
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KS4 AQA New 2016 B4 Organising animals and plants L5 Breathing and gas exchange

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B4 Organising animals and plants . This is the 5th lesson in the topic and covers Breathing and gas exchange. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top and at the bottom the learning outcomes as well as key words. Includes: Connect activity - draw a sketch of the lungs Video on the respiratory system Whiteboard quiz- Labelling the respiratory system Progress check on the movement of oxygen through the respiratory system Label the respiratory system activity - worksheet included Modelling of the respiratory system - equipment list on PPT Paired interactive whiteboard quiz on the respiratory system included in PPT Graded task - Compose a poem / song / or story to describe the passage of oxygen to the site of cells. Data analysis and exam style questions worksheet Ventilation worksheet Plenary - pupils choose from 3 tasks to explain what they have learnt
KS4 AQA New 2016 B4 Organising animals and plants L7 Plant transport
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KS4 AQA New 2016 B4 Organising animals and plants L7 Plant transport

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B4 Organising animals and plants . This is the 7th lesson in the topic and covers Transport systems in plants. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top and at the bottom the learning outcomes as well as key words. Includes: Connect task - graded exam style questions on leaf structure Think, pair and share activity - cartoon picture of transport system. pupils use picture to describe how plants transport substances Viewing celery using handheld lenses to view the xylem Importance of water - fill in the missing gaps Progress check questions Whiteboard quiz Xylem and phloem task - Organise the statements under the correct heading Root and stem cross section microscope task - pupils view and draw the arrangement of xylem and phloem in stems and roots. Graded questions 6 mark question - Explain the structure and function of the xylem and phloem. Success criteria included Plenary - how could you make a rainbow rose Further resources from the same author can be found at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sachaclokey
KS4 New AQA 2016  B2 cell division L3 and 4 Stem cells and ethics
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KS4 New AQA 2016 B2 cell division L3 and 4 Stem cells and ethics

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier covering the new AQA specification for B2 Cell division. This is 2 lessons and covers stem cells and the medical uses of them. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top and at the bottom are the learning outcomes as well as key words. Includes: Connect activity - how do we get from a fertilised egg to a human Stem cell research activity - pupils collect information to answer specific questions Data task - pupils analyse data on stem cells 3,2,1 on stem cell uses Connect activity - why is it easier to clone plants than animals Whiteboard true or false Video and questions Colour code statements for and against stem cell research Whiteboard true and false 6 mark question on stem cells Produce a fact sheet detailing structure, location and potential, and ethical issues surrounding the use, of stem cells. Pupils use the success criteria for information to include Plenary - questions on stem cells
KS4 AQA New 2016 B2 Cell division L2 Cell differentiation
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KS4 AQA New 2016 B2 Cell division L2 Cell differentiation

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B2 Cell division. This is the 2nd lesson in the topic and covers cell differentiation. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top and at the bottom are the learning outcomes as well as key words. Includes: Connect activity - does the number of cells link to the size of the organism. Think, pair share activity on the advantages of being multicellular 3,2,1 progress check with extension question. Graded questions (3- 7) Tissue culture task - pupils write order of statements as numbers in the correct order then they write the statements into the correct order. Learning check questions on tissue culture and cuttings. Extension questions
KS4 AQA New 2016 B1 Microscopes and magnification
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KS4 AQA New 2016 B1 Microscopes and magnification

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B1 Cell structure and transport. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top of each slide and at the bottom are the learning outcomes as well as key words. This lesson focusses on the electron and light microscope. Includes: Microscope Whiteboard quiz, Magnification calculations Magnification work book Advantages and Disadvantages of EM and LM Microscope worksheet or homework
KS4 AQA New spec 2016 B1 Plant and animal cells
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KS4 AQA New spec 2016 B1 Plant and animal cells

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B1 Cell structure and transport. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top of each slide and at the bottom are the learning outcomes as well as key words. Worksheets are found at the end of the PPT. Includes Connect activity - draw animal and plant cells ks3 recap Whiteboard quiz, Labelling plant and animal cells activity Which structure is missing task Structure and function match up Progress checks with self assessment 6 Mark question Think, pair, share activity Odd one out Venn diagram
KS4 AQA New 2016 B3 L3 Food Chemistry includes REQUIRED Practical
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KS4 AQA New 2016 B3 L3 Food Chemistry includes REQUIRED Practical

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This resource has a PPT for Foundation tier and Higher Tier covering the new AQA specification for B3 Organisation and the digestive system . This is the 3rd lesson in the topic and covers Food Chemistry. Each slide has the lesson objective at the top and at the bottom are the learning outcomes as well as key words. Includes: Connect activity - true or false questions Whiteboard activity - pupils work in pairs to match up the part of the digestive system with its function. Challenge questions included. Market place activity. Pupils work in 3's. Learn then teach each other information on the proteins, carbohydrates and lipids. Followed by quiz questions based on Market place activity. Pupils complete questions individually then get together as a group and review their answers to come up with a set of perfect group answers ( All instructions are on the PPT) Pupils match the food groups to their different functions Match up the statements to the correct food group. Organising statements in to true and false and correcting false ones. Required practical Food tests - Can be printed out and given to HT sets to complete on their own. FT go through each slide on PPT. Progress check questions on food tests Plenary - Pupils write a 60 second newsflash on what they have learnt