Biological molecules revision game - A level Biology

Biological molecules revision game - A level Biology

This is a revision game for the Biological molecules topic of any A level Specification. It contains 100 questions with the answers and is played in the form of the traditional battleships game. The topics included are water, nucleic acids, proteins, enzymes, carbohydrates and lipids. The answers are in an excel format. I recommend printing and laminating the game board.
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A level topics 1-4 revision games (almost 400 questions and answers), Biological molecules, Cells, viruses and reproduction, Classification and evolution, Exchange and transport

A level topics 1-4 revision games (almost 400 questions and answers), Biological molecules, Cells, viruses and reproduction, Classification and evolution, Exchange and transport

This contains battleship revision games for the following A level topics for any specification: Biological molecules, Cells, viruses and reproduction, classification, evolution, natural selection and biodiversity and exchange and transport. These correspond to the AS topics for the new Edexcel A level, but can be used for any specification; AQA, OCR, WJEC or Edexcel. It includes almost 400 questions and their answers which are in excel format. The following mini topics are included: cell transport, diffusion, osmosis, active transport, lungs, gas exchange in insects, humans and fish, gas exchange in plants, circulation, the heart, the cardiac cycle, coronary heart disease, tissue fluid, lymph, transport in plants, transpiration, translocation, bohr effect, blood clotting, classification, domain and kingdom system, evolution, natural selection, speciation, antibiotic resistance, biodiversity, ecosystems, eukaryotic cell structure, prokaryotic cell structure, virus types and replication, mitosis, mutations, asexual reproduction, meiosis, gametogenesis, plant reproduction, embryology, microscopes, drugs, water, nucleic acids, proteins, enzymes, carbohydrates and lipids
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Control of blood glucose new AQA GCSE (9-1)

Control of blood glucose new AQA GCSE (9-1)

A foldable worksheet which pupils can then use as a revision resources for tests and exams. It asks them questions on the hormones involved with controlling blood glucose linked to diabetes. Instructions on what to do are included. Pupils should cut along the dotted lines and stick where told to.
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Exchange and transport revision game - A level Biology

Exchange and transport revision game - A level Biology

This is a revision game for the Exchange and transport topic of any A level Specification. It contains 100 questions with the answers and is played in the form of the traditional battleships game. The topics included are cell transport, diffusion, osmosis, active transport, lungs, gas exchange in insects, humans and fish, gas exchange in plants, circulation, the heart, the cardiac cycle, coronary heart disease, tissue fluid, lymph, transport in plants, transpiration, translocation, bohr effect and blood clotting . The answers are in an excel format. I recommend printing and laminating the game board.
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Classification, evolution, natural selection and biodiversity revision game  - A level Biology

Classification, evolution, natural selection and biodiversity revision game - A level Biology

This is a revision game for the Classification, evolution, natural selection and biodiversity topic of any A level Specification. It contains almost 100 questions with the answers and is played in the form of the traditional battleships game. The topics included are classification, domain and kingdom system, evolution, natural selection, speciation, antibiotic resistance, biodiversity and ecosystems. The answers are in an excel format. I recommend printing and laminating the game board.
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Kangaroo rat kidney adaptations

Kangaroo rat kidney adaptations

Written for an A level Biology lesson on how organisms can be adapted to save water in desert environments. I used this after teaching about the kidney as there is a required understanding of kidney function and nephrons. I used it for the Edexcel B specification but could easily be used for any other A level specification. Could also be adapted for use with KS3 and GCSE.
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Control of the kidney by ADH - whole lesson

Control of the kidney by ADH - whole lesson

This is a whole A level lesson written for the new Edexcel (9.3.3) A level, but can easily be used for any other board (AQA, OCR, WJEC) on the control of the kidney by ADH. It contains a powerpoint which includes, questions, animations, fill in the gaps, a research exercise and starter as well as one word document worksheet which goes with one of the activities. Other activities can be printed out from the powerpoint itself. It includes activities on nephron structure, ADH, Hypothalamus and pituitary axes and diabetes insipidus. It also includes 17 marks of exam questions.
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Cells, viruses and reproduction revision game - A level Biology

Cells, viruses and reproduction revision game - A level Biology

This is a revision game for the Cells, viruses and reproduction topic of any A level Specification. It contains 100 questions with the answers and is played in the form of the traditional battleships game. The topics included are eukaryotic cell structure, prokaryotic cell structure, virus types and replication, mitosis, mutations, asexual reproduction, meiosis, gametogenesis, plant reproduction, embryology, microscopes and drugs . The answers are in an excel format. I recommend printing and laminating the game board.
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Human evolution

Human evolution

This is a multi-page document for pupils to fill in their research on human evolution. It goes through multiple hominids and gives relevant research websites. There are many questions and sections on each hominid.
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A level Biology Revision starters for Biological molecules

A level Biology Revision starters for Biological molecules

A powerpoint containing starters which I use at the start of each lesson with my Year 13 classes from now until exams. They are meant to be quick and only take 5 minutes of the lesson but gets them recapping in front of you on a regular basis. I always have good feedback from the pupils when doing this. This contains questions on biological molecules including; enzymes, proteins, water, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and lipids.
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Orders of magnitude worksheet - AQA Biology (9-1) new GCSE

Orders of magnitude worksheet - AQA Biology (9-1) new GCSE

An orders of magnitude worksheet that fits in well with the eukaryotic and prokaryotic topic in the new AQA Biology (9-1) GCSE specification. It would work well with any exam board. Pupils are asked to use standard form and different units of measurement to fill in a table of different objects. Can be differentiated by adding further instructions. Hints are given at the top of the sheet for pupils to refer to.
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Salmonella food poisoning activity, new GCSE (9-1) or A level AQA

Salmonella food poisoning activity, new GCSE (9-1) or A level AQA

A pupil focused activity on Salmonella food poisoning which gets pupils thinking and up and around a classroom. Sheet 1 contains 7 questions on Salmonella food poisoning which give the pupil a 7 letter code. These 7 letters link to the posters PPT which should be printed and stuck up around the classroom. Each letter gives the order to visit the posters in which will help to answer the extended questions on Salmonella food poisoning on Sheet 2. There are letters on the PPT posters which are irrelevant and are to catch pupils out. Answers for Sheet 1 and 2 are included. This can be used for the new GCSE (9-1) or A level AQA, but could easily be used for any exam board.
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Photosynthesis A level recap, including C4 and CAM photosynthesis

Photosynthesis A level recap, including C4 and CAM photosynthesis

This is a lesson developed to be a recap of the main stages of C3 photosynthesis. It includes recap starter with timer, a card sort activity in groups followed by an individual activity to summarise C3 photosynthesis on an A3 sheet. C4 and CAM photosynthesis are then introduced and then an exam question is included with markscheme. The exam question includes a synoptic question which includes protein synthesis. It is designed for the new Edexcel Biology B A level syllabus, but would easily fit with any A level specification including AQA and OCR.
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