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Passionate about enquiry based learning in the sciences,designing active learning that keeps it simple.

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Passionate about enquiry based learning in the sciences,designing active learning that keeps it simple.
OCR Biology Genetic Engineering
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OCR Biology Genetic Engineering

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Powerpoint containing an overview of the process of genetic engineering, breaking each step down with clear diagrams. Sheets for laminating or printing for student notes and a genetic markers cut and stick activity. The cut and stick activity is a remodel of one passed to me by a colleague, I don't know where the original is from but am more than happy to credit inspiration if anyone can point me in the right directions. Lesson Outline DNA and RNA comparison Venn diagram Genetic engineering walk through with questions and mini whiteboard recap of key processes (PCR. electrophoresis etc) Long answer exam question Link to genetic engineering quizlet activity
GCSE Statistics: Collecting Data
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GCSE Statistics: Collecting Data

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GCSE statistics presentations covering data types and data collection. to include - quantitative and qualitative data - continuous and discrete data - primary and secondary data - sampling (random and non random) - questionnaires and surveys - Investigations and experiments Very visual with problems embedded in presentation all images cc3.0 template slidescarnival
GCSE Statistics Summarising Data:  Measures of central tendency and Dispersion 3
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GCSE Statistics Summarising Data: Measures of central tendency and Dispersion 3

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Comprehensive and attractive presentation with coherent images and exercises peppered throughout. There are examples for each area covered . This presentation covers Mean Mode Median Discrete data Grouped Data Weighted means Transforming Data This is aimed at higher tier students. Font used throughout is sniglet. Design from slidescarnival Read less
Mitosis Key Words Card Sort (A-Level)
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Mitosis Key Words Card Sort (A-Level)

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A cut out and keep key word card sort for Mitosis. Includes clear simple images and concise definitions. This resource is perfect printed onto card and held together with an elastic band for class use. Can students match the key word with the definition? Could use as a settler (for when students arrive), plenary (to review technical biological language and students understanding of it) or to support those who need help (key word prompts in exam questions. This is one of many key word card sorts I've uploaded, feel free to browse my shop for more.
GCSE Statistics Processing, Representing and Analysing Data
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GCSE Statistics Processing, Representing and Analysing Data

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13 beautifully themed power points covering Tables Simplification Discontinuous Graphs Pie Charts Stem and Leaf diagrams Comparing Data Comparing Pie Charts Cumulative Frequency Histograms Histograms and Distribution Histograms and Interpretation Population Pyramids and Chloropleth Maps Misleading diagrams All are aimed at a higher tier student, the font used is sniglet - slidescarnival template
GCSE Statistics Collecting Data Presentation 1
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GCSE Statistics Collecting Data Presentation 1

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Tidy presentation, very graphic, aimed at able students, but easily adapted. Includes definition of hypothesis, a clear description of qualitative/quantitative data with examples. Clear descriptions of discrete and continuous data with examples. A summary diagram and questions
GCSE Statistics Collecting Data 6: Investigations and Experiments
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GCSE Statistics Collecting Data 6: Investigations and Experiments

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Clear very visual presentation covering: 1. Good secondary data sources 2. Investigation/Experiment outlines 3. Hypothesis making 4. Identifying variables 5. Data collection methods to include a) before and after experiments b) matched pairs c) data logging d) control groups e) capture and recapture and problems for each of these. Images CC3.0 and presentation template from slidescarnival
GCSE Statistics Processing, Representing and analysing Data 3: Discontinuous Graphs and Pictograms
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GCSE Statistics Processing, Representing and analysing Data 3: Discontinuous Graphs and Pictograms

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Comprehensive and attractive presentation with coherent images and exercises peppered throughout. There are examples for each area covered as well as activities with solutions. This presentation covers 1. Review question covering table types 2. Pictograms 3. Bar charts for discontinuous data 4. Line Graphs The presentation template is from slidescarnival and all images from pixabay. The font used throughout is sniglet