KS3 Power-Point deck, with resources attahced at the end of the slides; identifying the structures of a joint, describing the roles of tendons, ligaments, joints and musclues, comparison of joints in the skeleton.
GCSE Power-Point concerning how vaccines work and how they can stimulate antibody production as well as their general importance in limiting the spread of disease - resources include an immunity dictionary, s well as a cartoon strip and analysis of an antibody production graph.
GCSE Power-Point Deck - labelling the parts of the digestive system as well as describing the function of each part - discusses enzymes in digestion. Supported by resources including crossword, summary tables and diagrams.
GCSE Human Defence System Power-Point and resources to help students gain an understanding into how the primary human defence systems prevent pathogen entry, how white blood cells fight pathogens and how this is detailed on antibody production graphs.
Metabolism and Exercise GCSE Power-Point deck, students to learn the changes in the body during periods of exercise, why the changes are needed, discusses respiration and metabolism. Includes resources - practice exam questions.
Anaerobic Respiration GCSE Power-Point deck, comparing the differences between aer/anaer, students will also learn to describe the products of anaerobic respiration in yeast and plants. resources include Anaerobic Respiration questions in an athlete sprint (with answers) as well as a gap fill activity.
GCSE Power-Point Slides encompassing Diffusion, Osmosis and Active transport - resources include exam practice questions and notes on the starch diffusion practical that is traditionally completed alongside this lesson.
GCSE Drug Development full lesson with various resources attached - ordering the steps of a drug trial to push students’ understanding of the process, simple keyword-definition matchups, explaining the importance of each step as well as some resources about natural medicine.
GCSE Power-Point concerning antibiotics and their importance, explanations into why they only cure bacterial disease and the rise of antibiotic resistance. Resources attached include data and comprehension tasks to be used as seen fit.
KS3 Slides - describing how a decomposition reaction occurs and identifying the products and reactants of the reaction. Resources include a labelling activity and a worksheet to consolidate the information.