Work is set online on Doddle.
All pupils have a mastery booklet (referred to as SLOP – shed loads of practice!) for the current module on Inheritance and Evolution. This provides notes and practice – partly for use in class but also for ongoing homework.
The first 100 questions should be completed for Monday. Some of this was set before Christmas.
All students have mastery booklets (referred to as SLOP – shed loads of practice!) for the previous module (Cell Biology) and the current module (Communicable Disease).
These provide notes and practice for use in school and at home. All should have completed relevant work on eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells and on diffusion.
Revise all the work we have done on cells, organs, organ systems and living things for your end of topic test.
Read your feedback post it notes to help you make improvements to your cell posters. Bring back your posters, with the improvements completed and the post it notes stuck on.
Complete the cell posters.
Make sure you include key information about the cells, pictures and lots of colour.
Make a model of a specialised cell.
It can be made of any modelling materials such as plastercine, card or straws. You could even bake a cake!
Any problems getting materials together, come and see me.
Complete your stories or story boards about the journey of the red blood cell.
Don’t forget to include the blood vessels and parts of the heart it travels through.
If you have one, use your help sheet.
Any problems, see me on Monday!
Use the instruction sheet to help you complete the factsheet about breathing problems that you started in the lesson.
Remember you can choose 1 or several.
If you have any problems accessing a computer, saving your work or printing your work you should come and see me or go to homework club during lunchtime.
Please bring a printed copy of your work to Thursdays lesson.
Choose 2 (out of the 3) questions to answer about predator prey relationships.
You can choose from grade 3, 5 or 8.
All your answers can be written on the sheets.
If you need any help, come and see me at lunchtime or go to homework club.