Attached is a lesson on The kidney. It was designed for the AQA triple Science course on the kidney. There are also a range of exam questions on the kidney.
The resource is a summary sheet covering cell transport. It includes Diffusion, Osmosis, Active transport and exchanging materials. It is aimed for higher ability but can be adapted for any class. The page numbers refer to the new AQA Oxford books, third edition (A. Fullick and A.Coates 2016)
This lesson is on Adult cell cloning aimed at year 11 but it can easily be used for all years. There are 13 resources attached, these include: 1. Lesson power point on adult cell cloning. 2. A 5 minute lesson plan 3. Posters on the steps of adult cell cloning to place around the room. 4. Extension task 1 5. Extension task 2 6. Answer to tasks 7. Differentiated higher storyboard 8. Differentiated lower storyboard 9. Differentiated middle storyboard. 10. Learning objectives for adult cell cloning 11. For and against help sheet for last task. 12. Starter question 13. Progress tick sheet for start and end of lesson.
The power point includes 8 summary/revision sheets which students can work through and complete, they can take up to 8 lessons to fully complete. My students have completed these in class and have loved them! They can be used for revision for the end of year or for end of unit assessments. The page numbers refer to the OXFORD AQA GCSE book (Third edition) The topics include: 1. Cell structure 2. Communicable diseases 3. Adaptations, interdependence and competition. 4. Organisation of an ecosystem. 5. Non- communicable diseases.
This lesson contains resources for a lesson on IVF. It can be aimed at KS3 and KS4. Resources include: 1. Lesson on IVF 2. Storyboard posters to place around the room. 3. Worksheet for students to complete their own storyboard on IVF. (They may use plastacine to model this, I have included some examples of students works showing IVF). 4. Two extension tasks are provided. 5. A help sheet on the pros and cons of IVF. 6. A 5 minute detailed lesson plan.
Students will need 1 hour or more to complete the research task on cancer on a computer. All relevant links are included.
This resource covers plant tissues and organs, transport systems in plants, transpiration, translocation and factors affecting transpiration. It is designed as a revision or summary lesson and is aimed at high/middle ability classes. It can be edited to suit all abilities.
A set of 23 questions covering the entire AQA topic 'Genetic variation and it's control' Students use the link to answer questions. This is an independent research task. You may use the link provided or books to complete the questions.
The power point covers the following learning objectives: (aimed at high ability students) To recall that the nucleus contains chromosomes. (Grade D) To be able to state where genes are found. (Grade C) To be able to state how genes carry information relating to characteristics (Grade C) Describe how characteristics are passed on from the parent's to the offspring in the gametes. (Grade B/A) Explain the causes of variation in detail (Grade A/A*)
Attached is a power point containing a summary of transpiration in three steps. Students should use this summary to complete their own storyboard. A template is also attached where students should: 1. Use the posters to complete your storyboard on the process of transpiration. 2. Colour the plant in blue to show where the water is during each stage. 3. Label where the xylem and stomata would be on the plant. These resources are aimed for low ability year 9-11 students.
The lesson includes all resources for a lesson on blood glucose and diabetes. it can be used for both KS3 and KS4. Resources include: 1. Blood glucose levels information sheets 2. Diabetes information sheets. 3. Presentation on blood glucose control 4. Lesson plan 5. Worksheet/ storyboard for students to complete. 6. Grade A stretch and challenge exam question. 7. Diabetes table which students complete. 8. Starter exam questions. 9. Extension exam questions on controlling blood glucose levels.