A great interactive PowerPoint exploring the phases of mitosis, including IPMATC, definitions to terminology such as germ cell, somatic cell, diploid, haploid cells etc. The PowerPoint includes microscopic images of the different phases. Student
This HSC Biology student booklet is a collaboration of worksheets and includes numerous worksheets, cut and paste activities, readings and questions, flowcharts, PowerPoint worksheets, labelling activities, origami, DNA building activities,
Students learn about the different digestive system parts and what takes place in each. Students fill out the attached worksheets. Great resource for those who dont want to create PowerPoints from scratch
Autotrophs PowerPoint includes information on:
- Plant cell hierarchy,
- Plant structure and function (including the root and shoot system)
- Meristematic tissue,
- Dermal tissue,
- Vascular tissue,
A compilation of Stage 5 (year 9 and 10) Chemistry worksheets and and information. Teacher can edit, change and add work as required. Great for beginner teachers with no resources.Contains worksheets, experiments, fun activities and content
This PowerPoint goes through the first context point of Organisation of Living Things (Module 2 of the Year 11 Biology Syllabus).
Unicellular, Multicellular and Colonial organisms are gone through in detail, examples are given.
This PowerPoint goes through the different branches of autotrophs and heterotrophs, explains all, gives examples and explains the structure and function of plant parts and tissues, including the stomata, leaf structure etc. It also goes through
Contains a whole unit of work for the stage 5 Earth and space course. It includes resources and activities about epicentres, the structure of the Earth, age of the earth, fossils, Earthquakes, Volcanoes, articles and comprehension exercises,
Year 7 students learn about separation techniques. This PowerPoint goes through filtration and the experimental procedure for filtration. The PowerPoint is uses entertaining ways to teach the students. Please stay tuned for more!