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I am a qualified teacher with 16 years secondary teaching experience. My specialism is Biology but I have taught all sciences to GCSE level. I have spent many years developing resources for all courses, and I am now working on the new GCSE and A level courses.

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I am a qualified teacher with 16 years secondary teaching experience. My specialism is Biology but I have taught all sciences to GCSE level. I have spent many years developing resources for all courses, and I am now working on the new GCSE and A level courses.
OCR A level Biology (H020) Module 4 - Communicable diseases - Transmission of pathogens
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OCR A level Biology (H020) Module 4 - Communicable diseases - Transmission of pathogens

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The second in a series of 1 hour lessons covering OCR A level Biology, Module 4 - Communicable diseases. This lesson focuses on the transmission of pathogens. The download includes a detailed Ppt with starter and integrated tasks. There are a number of news articles with associated questions included. These are useful for students to understand the application of their knowledge.
OCR A Level Biology (H020) - Module 3 - Structure of the heart
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OCR A Level Biology (H020) - Module 3 - Structure of the heart

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This is the fourth lesson in a series of lessons for module 3 on the structure of the heart. I use this Ppt linked to a heart dissection (this could include the required practical covering dissection). The download includes a Ppt, with learning outcomes matched to the specification, and diagrams to label.
OCR A level Biology (H020 - from 2015) 2.1.1 How organelles work together
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OCR A level Biology (H020 - from 2015) 2.1.1 How organelles work together

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A lesson designed to illustrate the division of labour within cells using the production and secretion of a protein. Ppt, worksheet, starter and plenary included. Students should work in small groups (possibly with mini white boards) to establish the step by step process which results in the secretion of a protein. Once they have come up with their own ideas they can then attempt to order the statements from the pre-prepared sheet. If this is done correctly students should be able to use previous notes on cell structure to identify the structures involved and the order of the steps. The lesson is finished with a short test as a plenary.