OCR AS/A Level Biology Revision: Module 2: Foundations in Biology A3  Diagrams

OCR AS/A Level Biology Revision: Module 2: Foundations in Biology A3 Diagrams

Double sided A3 revision diagrams for OCR AS/A Level biology Module 2 (Foundations in biology) Separates out the topics into sections with bright simple diagrams throughout Plenty of space for students to summarise their notes, annotate and add definitions: makes revision much easier when dealing with less paper! On the reverse is a specification check list table so students can make sure they’ve covered everything they need to on their diagrams. Includes 2.1.1 Cell Structure 2.1.2 Biological Molecules 2.1.3 Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids 2.1.4 Biological Membranes 2.1.5 Enzymes 2.1.6 Cell DIvision, Specialisation and Organisation
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A level Biology Classification and Evolution

A level Biology Classification and Evolution

Resources covering the Classification and Evolution section of the new A Level Biology course Including Bright and clear presentation covering the main concepts bold graphic images for students to label Key word card sorts separated into classification and evolution links within presentation to videos demonstrating key concepts mind map for the five kingdoms that students can annotate An A3 summary graphic organiser with visuals covering the entire specification for this section The whole resource is thematically linked and a really strong visual, the presentation is easily adapted to drop in your own activities or level of learning. Images from pixabay under a free share license, original images are Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International. Presentation theme specially adapted from slidescarnival
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Photosynthesis A Level Biology  A3 Overview revision diagram

Photosynthesis A Level Biology A3 Overview revision diagram

Large diagram of the process of photosynthesis inside a cell without any labeling whatsoever. Opportunity for students to annotate the structures inside a chloroplast, as well as the location of light dependent and light independent stages of photosynthesis. A full z scheme for non cyclic phosphorylation is included, as well as a diagram for cyclic and a diagram showing the membrane layout of the photosystems. Below there is an outline of the calvin cycle with just the number of carbon atoms represented at each stage so more revision opportunity here as well. The unbalanced formula tops the page with outlined letters - for further application the students can colour co-ordinate in the diagrams by colouring the different components of the forumla and relating that back to the different stages. Would also work well laminated for revision in class
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NEW AQA A Level Biology 3.8.2.1 Most of a cell's DNA is not translated

NEW AQA A Level Biology 3.8.2.1 Most of a cell's DNA is not translated

Bright and concise 19 slide powerpoint - largely original diagrams with the clear concepts covered accompanied by colour themed visuals. There’s a big revision diagram to accompany this resources as well/ Covers: Stem cells Totipotency Pluripotency Multipotency Unipotency (cardiomyocytes) Treatment potential Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Presentation easily adapted to drop your own questions or activities in if needed - font is Sniglet throughout
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AQA Biology Practical Revision Booklet (PAG)

AQA Biology Practical Revision Booklet (PAG)

A visual booklet that outlines the basic methods of practicals covering all 12 PAG’s with questions and clear images. Designed for revision, NOT a pick up and do all the practicals booklet - if you choose to use it as such you’ll find the details basic and no risk assessment - so you will need to do your own
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A level Biology Classification and Evolution

A level Biology Classification and Evolution

Resources covering the Classification and Evolution section of the new A Level Biology course Including Bright and clear presentation covering the main concepts bold graphic images for students to label Key word card sorts separated into classification and evolution links within presentation to videos demonstrating key concepts mind map for the five kingdoms that students can annotate An A3 summary graphic organiser with visuals covering the entire specification for this section The whole resource is thematically linked and a really strong visual, the presentation is easily adapted to drop in your own activities or level of learning. Images from pixabay under a free share license, original images are Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International. Presentation theme specially adapted from slidescarnival
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Photosynthesis A Level Biology  A3 Overview revision diagram

Photosynthesis A Level Biology A3 Overview revision diagram

Large diagram of the process of photosynthesis inside a cell without any labeling whatsoever. Opportunity for students to annotate the structures inside a chloroplast, as well as the location of light dependent and light independent stages of photosynthesis. A full z scheme for non cyclic phosphorylation is included, as well as a diagram for cyclic and a diagram showing the membrane layout of the photosystems. Below there is an outline of the calvin cycle with just the number of carbon atoms represented at each stage so more revision opportunity here as well. The unbalanced formula tops the page with outlined letters - for further application the students can colour co-ordinate in the diagrams by colouring the different components of the forumla and relating that back to the different stages. Would also work well laminated for revision in class
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AS Environmental Science/Studies Living Environment Revision Diagrams

AS Environmental Science/Studies Living Environment Revision Diagrams

Designed for A3 printing these large colourful revision diagrams are set out with images for students to fill in with their own notes/ Following the spec these should enable students to condense their notes for the first unit into one sheet of paper. Includes Conditions for life on Earth Wildlife Conservation Life Processes in the Biosphere Land Resources
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OCR AS/A Level Biology Revision: Module 2: Foundations in Biology A3  Diagrams

OCR AS/A Level Biology Revision: Module 2: Foundations in Biology A3 Diagrams

Double sided A3 revision diagrams for OCR AS/A Level biology Module 2 (Foundations in biology) Separates out the topics into sections with bright simple diagrams throughout Plenty of space for students to summarise their notes, annotate and add definitions: makes revision much easier when dealing with less paper! On the reverse is a specification check list table so students can make sure they’ve covered everything they need to on their diagrams. Includes 2.1.1 Cell Structure 2.1.2 Biological Molecules 2.1.3 Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids 2.1.4 Biological Membranes 2.1.5 Enzymes 2.1.6 Cell DIvision, Specialisation and Organisation
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GCSE Statistics Processing, Representing and analysing Data 1: Tables

GCSE Statistics Processing, Representing and analysing Data 1: Tables

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.Raw and processed data definitions 2. Tally/Frequency charts 3. Cumulative Frequency charts 4. Equal and unequal class intervals The presentation template is from slidescarnival and all images from pixabay. The font used throughout is sniglet
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GCSE Statistics Processing, Representing and analysing Data 3: Discontinuous Graphs and Pictograms

GCSE Statistics Processing, Representing and analysing Data 3: Discontinuous Graphs and Pictograms

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
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GCSE Statistics Processing, Representing and analysing Data 2: Simplification and Two Way Tables

GCSE Statistics Processing, Representing and analysing Data 2: Simplification and Two Way Tables

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 settler on frequency tables 2. Methods of simplification (with advantages and disadvantages 3. Two Way Tables The presentation template is from slidescarnival and all images from pixabay. The font used throughout is sniglet
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GCSE Statistics Processing, Representing and analysing Data 4: Pie Charts

GCSE Statistics Processing, Representing and analysing Data 4: Pie Charts

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 pictograms 2. Calculating percentages 3. Drawing Pie Charts 4. Reading Pie Charts The presentation template is from slidescarnival and all images from pixabay. The font used throughout is sniglet
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Environmental Studies/Science Conservation of Tropical Rainforests

Environmental Studies/Science Conservation of Tropical Rainforests

A beautiful, coherent and visual presentation outlining Tropical Rainforests: 1. Ecology 2. Benefits to humans 3. Threats 4. Conservation With clear images, some student questions and activities and links to external activities (triptico or quizlet). Including a graphic organiser for summary.
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Environmental Studies/Science Conservation of Coral Reefs

Environmental Studies/Science Conservation of Coral Reefs

A beautiful, coherent and visual presentation outlining Coral Reef: 1. Ecology 2. Benefits to humans 3. Threats 4. Conservation With clear images, some student questions and activities and links to external activities (triptico or quizlet). Including a graphic organiser for summary.
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Environmental Studies/Science Conservation of Antarctica

Environmental Studies/Science Conservation of Antarctica

A beautiful, coherent and visual presentation outlining Antarctica: 1. Ecology 2. Benefits to humans 3. Threats 4. Conservation With clear images, some student questions and activities and links to external activities (triptico or quizlet). Including a graphic organiser for summary.
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GCSE Statistics Collecting Data 5: Primary and Secondary Data

GCSE Statistics Collecting Data 5: Primary and Secondary Data

Clear very visual presentation covering: 1. Primary and Secondary Data 2. Advantages and disadvantages of each 3. Examples of primary and secondary data 4. Methods of collecting data to include a) Questionnaires b) interviews .... and the advantages and disadvantages to each and problems for each of these. Images CC3.0 and presentation template from slidescarnival
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GCSE Statistics: Collecting Data

GCSE Statistics: Collecting Data

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
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GCSE Statistics Collecting Data 3: Accuracy and Sampling

GCSE Statistics Collecting Data 3: Accuracy and Sampling

Clear very visual presentation covering: 1. Accuracy and rounding 2. Populations 3. Sampling (advantages and disadvantages) 4. Census (advantages and disadvantages) 5. Sampling frame/unit definitions 6. Simple random sampling 7. Stratified random sampling and problems for each of these. Images CC3 and presentation template from slidescarnival
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GCSE Statistics Collecting Data 6: Investigations and Experiments

GCSE Statistics Collecting Data 6: Investigations and Experiments

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
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