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An unusual resource that brings history and science together with an activity that introduces the concept of carbon-14 radioactive dating of archeological remains. The task provides an introduction to radioactive dating, followed by questions
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A starter worksheet aimed at 14-16 year old biology students, this resource provides a recap of binary fission in bacterial cells. The worksheet covers several areas including the conditions necessary for optimal growth of bacteria, calculation of
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An activity aimed at K12 students, this resource provides a nice, quick and simple activity that illustrates the primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary structure of proteins - using nothing more than paper and sticky tape! This activity
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A resource aimed at either high ability 14-16 year olds or 16+ students, this worksheet provides an introductory starter activity on the topic of distillation. The resource requires students to explain what is happening at each stage of some typical
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Worksheet that discusses how plasmids from bacteria are recombined with donor DNA. The worksheet illustrates how screening for bacteria that have successfully taken up modified plasmids works, along with the use of antibiotic resistant marker genes.
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This resource is aimed at 10th -11th grade biology students and consists of two worksheets. The first worksheet is an introduction to the concept of cells, tissues, organs and organ systems and involves a mix and match task to sort key definitions.
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A worksheet to be used as an introduction to enzymes. The weblinks at the bottom of the worksheet link this topic to the some of the neurotoxins and haemolytic toxins found in snake venom - an engaging context to spark the interest of learners.
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Worksheet starter task to recap the basics of amino acid structure.
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A method sheet that discusses how to extract your own DNA from cheek cells. Highly engaging and suitable as a starter activity for any biology topic involving nucleic acids. Much more interesting than the usual extraction of DNA from Kiwi fruit or
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A worksheet resource that could be used by either 14-16 or 16-18 year old biology students, this resource provides an 'active video' task on the history of thalidomide with a series of question prompts that students complete while watching the video
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A resource aimed at 14-16 year old biology students, this worksheet provides 15 questions related to a video clip (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGJuYNlztMc) that neatly introduces the basics on the immune system and how it defends us from attack
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A starter activity aimed at 14-16 year old biology students, this resource consists of four questions that recap the idea of barriers and phagocytosis as a means of defence against pathogens. The activity has both closed and open questions, with the
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A starter worksheet aimed at 14-16 year old biology students, this resource provides five questions that recap basic definitions and the concept of magnification. The final questions require students to make measurements of the bacterial cell
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A resource aimed at 14-16 year old biology students, this worksheet provides a brief review of basic key terms (e.g. antibody, antigen, phagocyte, lymphocyte) followed by more open ended and challenging questions that require students to fully
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A resource aimed at 14-16 year old biology students, this worksheet provides a quick review quiz on the basics of the specific immune response followed by a more in-depth focus on the difference between primary and secondary responses with reference
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A starter activity aimed at 14-16 year old biology students, this worksheet provides eight questions that probe student's understanding of what antibiotics are and how their effects can be seen in the laboratory. The worksheet includes reference to
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This is a personal learning checklist (PLC) tailored for the first year of the new AQA Biology Advanced Level specification. This is an excel spreadsheet with five worksheets in total, each one covering specification references: 3.1 Biological
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A worksheet aimed at K-12 Biology students that asks students to apply their knowledge of ecology to that of conservation. The worksheet focuses on how our knowledge of succession can be used to conserve moorland and native bird species in the UK.
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A worksheet aimed at K-12 Biology students which begins with a quiz on key word definitions (e.g. habitat, population, community, ecosystem, biotic factor, abiotic factor) and then moves on to the concept of diversity. The worksheet includes an
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A resource aimed at either K10-11 or K12 biology students, this worksheet provides a diagram of a typical prokaryotic (bacterial) cell. The task involves labelling the diagram to identify each organelle, followed by a mix and match task to describe
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Chris Carr is a National Space Academy Lead Educator based at John Leggott Sixth Form College, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. He has since been selected as a National Expert STEM Teacher by the National Science Learning Centre for his excellence in teaching and that he is currently seconded to the Leadership Team of Baysgarth School, North Lincolnshire. He has used his experience of teaching biology and environmental science, together with a lifelong interest in space science to produce numerous resources for National Space Academy biology masterclasses. Chris has also been heavily involved in rocketry projects within his college, taking a group of students to the finals of the UK Aerospace Youth Rocketry Challenge (UKAYRoC) in 2009. Chris has taught in both the secondary and further education sectors and now teaches both A-Level Biology and GCSE Applied Science to students across a full range of abilities.

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