DNA Sequencing - Sanger Method - Genomes - Presentation - A Level Biology

DNA Sequencing - Sanger Method - Genomes - Presentation - A Level Biology

A visual 13 slide presentation which runs through the Sanger sequencing method in a fully animated comprehensive manner. The starter slide explores nucleotide structure and dideoxynucleotides. The slides then move onto the reaction, gel electrophoresis, autoradiograph production, and some key points about the value of genome sequencing.
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ATP A Level Worksheet, answers and presentation

ATP A Level Worksheet, answers and presentation

***Get 90% off the cost of your first resource worth up to £10 with code JANUARY90. New buyers only!*** Double sided A level worksheet on ATP and its uses. It has a particular focus on signalling pathways and cancer. Answers are included as well as a simple presentation to cover the key features of ATP
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Respiration GCSE Team Relay Quiz and RAG Class Voting Quiz

Respiration GCSE Team Relay Quiz and RAG Class Voting Quiz

RAG Class Voting Quiz to use with Red/Amber/Green Cards Relay Quiz - Print slides 1 – 4 single sided in a separate colour for each team. Slice and put in a pile and staple the stack so it is in numerical order. Teams have to come and collect the 1st question, take it back to their team to answer, then bring it to you (the teacher) to have it checked. If they are correct they can move on to the next question. If they are wrong, you may choose to give them some verbal feedback they can share with their team. Great AfL activity which my students LOVE!
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Bioenergetics Bundle - GCSE - Respiration & Photosynthesis

Bioenergetics Bundle - GCSE - Respiration & Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis Practical sheet and markscheme Limiting Factors Sheet and markscheme Commercial Application sheet and markscheme Respiration cut and stick and markscheme (overview of aerobic and anaerobic (yeast and animals) Respiration RAG Quiz Respiration Relay Quiz
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Mutations and effect on Protein Structure - AQA A2 Biology 3.8 - PowerPoint, 4 sided worksheet & MS

Mutations and effect on Protein Structure - AQA A2 Biology 3.8 - PowerPoint, 4 sided worksheet & MS

***Get 90% off the cost of your first resource worth up to £10 with code JANUARY90. New buyers only!*** A comprehensive PowerPoint which takes students through the mutations that they need to know about for the AQA A-level spec (topic 3.8) - substitutions, Deletions, Additions, Inversions, Duplications, Translocations. The Worksheet is 4 sided and assesses their understanding of these mutations and the effect on protein structure. The later questions become challenging for the more able. Also included is a Markscheme to review the worksheet with students
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Genetic Code - A Level - Triplet code universal degenerate non-overlapping Worksheet & Markscheme

Genetic Code - A Level - Triplet code universal degenerate non-overlapping Worksheet & Markscheme

***Get 90% off the cost of your first resource worth up to £10 with code JANUARY90. New buyers only!*** A level Biology double-sided worksheet looking at the genetic code. This sheet has been produced with the AQA spec in mind but would be highly relevant to any A level Biology course. It touches on introns and exons, how to read a triplet table and the nature of the genetic code being Universal, Non-overlapping and Degenerate, whilst recapping some of the basics on nucleotides and amino acids. Also included is a comprehensive markscheme which you could scroll through via a projector to review with your class.
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Proteins, Enzymes and Genetics - A Level Bundle

Proteins, Enzymes and Genetics - A Level Bundle

Make a massive saving on lots of Resources which cover many of the A Level proteins and genetics topics - Protein structure - Enzymes - DNA Structure - DNA Replication - Genetic Code - Mutations - Inheritance - Gene Therapy - In Vivo Cloning Lots of engaging activities, worksheets, cut and stick activities, presentations and markschemes
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Semi-Conservative DNA replicatiyon A Level activity - pipe cleaners, worksheet and presentation

Semi-Conservative DNA replicatiyon A Level activity - pipe cleaners, worksheet and presentation

***Get 90% off the cost of your first resource worth up to £10 with code JANUARY90. New buyers only!*** Engaging activity on DNA replication - students work through the sheet using pipe cleaners to explain why the evidence proves replication is semi-conservative and not conservative or dispersive. Focusses on the experiment involving bacteria grown on heavy and light N isotopes. All you will need are 2 pipe cleaners of one colour, and 14 of another colour, per group (cut them into shorter ones to make them go further!). It is a student led activity - the presentation is a markscheme which allows you to work through the correct answers via useful PowerPoint animations
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Respiration GCSE Cut and Stick and questions - compares aerobic & anaerobic

Respiration GCSE Cut and Stick and questions - compares aerobic & anaerobic

***Get 90% off the cost of your first resource worth up to £10 with code JANUARY90. New buyers only!*** A cut and stick activity in which students can compare aerobic respiration with anaerobic respiration. On the back there are some questions which encourage students to think about the reactions in a practical context. Projectable answers are included
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Cells GCSE Game 'Draw Something' Biology - PPT, cards and instructions

Cells GCSE Game 'Draw Something' Biology - PPT, cards and instructions

***Get 90% off the cost of your first resource worth up to £10 with code JANUARY90. New buyers only!*** End of term fun with this fun revision activity - my students love it and get really competitive! It includes a nicely presented PowerPoint and eight cards, each with a choice of three words :) The activity takes 20-30 minutes but if you repeat it but say they can't use a previously used word, you could make it last longer
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Ions and ionic bonding GCSE Chocolate button activity lesson resources

Ions and ionic bonding GCSE Chocolate button activity lesson resources

***Get 90% off the cost of your first resource worth up to £10 with code JANUARY90. New buyers only!*** GCSE Chemistry , ions and ionic bonding lesson resources: Use white and milk chocolate buttons to allow students to discover the process of ion formations and how ionic bonds form. This pack includes a starter activity on atomic structure, Lesson PowerPoint with Learning Objectives and animations, the chocolate button worksheet and the atom scaffolding sheet (best blown up to A3). I have done this activity with many classes over the last few years and the kids love it and engage!
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Blood components GCSE cut and stick task with answers

Blood components GCSE cut and stick task with answers

***Get 90% off the cost of your first resource worth up to £10 with code JANUARY90. New buyers only!*** GCSE blood components task - cut and stick activity for students to link function to the components of the blood. There are extension questions below the table and projectable answers too on a PowerPoint file
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Protein Synthesis GCSE animated PowerPoint - Biology

Protein Synthesis GCSE animated PowerPoint - Biology

***Get 90% off the cost of your first resource worth up to £10 with code JANUARY90. New buyers only!*** GCSE Biology - Protein Synthesis mechanism presentation which can be used to walk through protein synthesis with your GCSE classes. Covers, transcription, translation and the triplet code (although doesn't explicitly refer to them as transcription and translation!)
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Thermoregulation GCSE Cut and Stick activity

Thermoregulation GCSE Cut and Stick activity

***Get 90% off the cost of your first resource worth up to £10 with code JANUARY90. New buyers only!*** GCSE Thermoregulation cut and stick activity - get them to assemble the negative feedback loop used in temperature homeostasis
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Skeleton KS3 - Build A Skeleton - Gorilla Organ systems

Skeleton KS3 - Build A Skeleton - Gorilla Organ systems

***Get 90% off the cost of your first resource worth up to £10 with code JANUARY90. New buyers only!*** An alternative task to assembling a human skeleton - engage your students by getting them to assemble a gorilla skeleton using the printout on card and split pins. Use this to teach about skeletal structure (organ systems), to compare homologous features between humans and apes whilst teaching evolution, or as a fun activity for your 'Science club'!
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