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  • Microbes in Pictures: Starter for KS3 Microbes topic by Miss Communicate

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    Microbes in Pictures: Starter for KS3 Microbes topic. So Micro-organisms are very small living things! N.B Viruses are often classed as micro- organisms but technically they are NON-Living so call them Microbes instead!  10 Good bacteria …

  • Microbes loop starter HT by HarrisSchool


    Microbes loop starter HT. a loop activity The term microbes means Start Things we cannot see without using a microscope are called Bacteria, Fungi and Viruses This is used in the food industry to make dough rise Micro- organisms These micr…

  • triangle card sort cells by hjbanfield

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    triangle card sort cells. A card sort with a difference, designed to test more able students. 1 Nucleus Contains DNA to control the cell. Cell wall Contains cellulose, found in plant cells Controls entry into the cell. Cytoplasm Cell membr…

  • Speedy Sperm by hmckeating


    Speedy Sperm. Activity adapted from Upd8 website. I have included the original adobe file although I only use page 2 (information cards). Pupils are given the student instruction sheet and read a news article about how caffiene can increas…

  • Cells and reproduction revision ppt HT by HarrisSchool


    Cells and reproduction revision ppt HT. A summary revision ppt for 7A and 7B 1 Instructions Collect your book Start wordsearch Stick in wordsearch 2 Learning Objectives Learn keywords in the cells and reproduction units Know what you need …

  • Cells and the Microscope 1 by Alan_Monaghan


    Cells and the Microscope 1. Class presentation that introduces pupils to microscopes, their uses and how to identify the different parts of a microscope. 3 Using A Microscope 4 What do you see? 6 What do you see? 7 …If you look really care…

  • How to use a microscope instructions by Helen R


    How to use a microscope instructions. Instructions on how to use a microscope. Before you attempt to use the Microscopes, look at the diagram below and make sure you can locate all the parts on your own Microscope. Move the focussing knob …

  • My DNA by p.tryon


    My DNA. This simple experiment enable students to extract and look at their own DNA. If you follow the method carefully you will directly see the stuff that makes you who you are. You will see your DNA in the vodka. Questions about the met…

  • Revision materials for end of KS3 by nicki_p


    Revision materials for end of KS3. A series of biology revision materials for the end of KS3. One particular body system is the nervous system; the main organs for which are the brain & lungs. Must be competitive & strive to win. Only stro…

  • Cells 1 -Using a microscope by Hannah Thomas

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    Cells 1 -Using a microscope. Powerpoint looking at Robert Hooke and how and why we use microscopes Topic Cells Lesson Number (1) Using a microscope, Robert Hooke Class Year 7 Ability Range Mixed Ability (L3-5) Standards ECM Stay Safe, Enjo…

  • Using a microscope by jm2450


    Using a microscope. Microscope to label and the main principles of its use. 12/19/13 Using a microscope LO: To use a microscope safely & correctly To work out magnification CWK 2 3 Using a microscope Stick the diagram of the microscope in …

  • Extracting DNA from peas by sabiakhan

    Lesson plan

    Extracting DNA from peas. Suitable for KS3/4 Extracting DNA from peas In this experiment you will be extracting DNA from peas. To see the DNA we have to split open the 2 sacks. Step 4: Tilt your test tube and slowly pour rubbing alcohol (7…

  • Cells and the Microscope 2 by Alan_Monaghan


    Cells and the Microscope 2. Pupils must use the microscope to identify the parts of animal and plant cells and give their functions. Place it in the centre on the slide. Add ONE drop of iodine to stain. What is the function of the nucleus?…

  • Microscope Guided Discovery by cythraul

    Worksheet, Posters and displays

    Microscope Guided Discovery. Here's a guided discovery resource which worked well for Year 7 The Compound Microscope L.O.: The history and use of a microscope Microscope Facts The compound microscope uses light from a mirror or a electric …

  • Practice Cells and reproduction questions HT by HarrisSchool

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    Practice Cells and reproduction questions HT. Some practice exam questions for 7A and 7B 1 The drawing below shows a foetus in its mother's uterus. Tick the correct box. (2 marks) It causes slurred speech It dulls the senses of taste and s…

  • Microscopes Power Point by missmunchie


    Microscopes Power Point. For use with Framework Science book 7. 1 Microscopes 2 How can a microscope give us information about structure? He became an expert in microscopy – using a microscope. He slept little, working on problems late int…

  • Cells and the Microscope 3 by Alan_Monaghan


    Cells and the Microscope 3. Pupils must describe how different cells are adapted to do their jobs and state that tissues are cells grouped together to perform a specific function.