KS3 Biology 8D Ecological Relationships Contents Animal classification Contents Adaptations activity Contents Contents Contents Glossary Anagrams KS3 Biology 8D Ecological Relationships Contents Animal classification Contents ...
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KS3 Biology 9D Plants for Food Contents Which part of a plant? Contents Healthy plant growth Fertilizers and plant growth Contents Pests and plant growth Controlling pests Pesticide in a food chain Pesticide in a food chain Pesticide in a ...
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Leaves are small ‘factories’ that produce food for plants by photosynthesis. Leaves are adapted so that photosynthesis can take place. ... 9C Plants and Photosynthesis Subject: KS3 Biology Author: Boardworks Ltd Last modified by: Administrator Created Date:
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KS3 Environment W. Richards Worthing High School Food Chains A food chain shows what is eaten by what… What would happen if an animal or organism was “taken out”?
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Energy and Nutrient Transfer Food chains and Food webs Objectives: *Describe a food chain and each feeding stage in it **Distinguish between a food chain and a food web
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Competition between animals and plants ... What four things do animals in the same species or animals of different species have to compete for? food water space mates What happens if animals have overlapping niches? ... KS3 Biology Author: Rosemary Cleary Last modified by: Rob McKerrell
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ENERGY RESOURCES – KS3 Differentiated Materials * * * * * * * * * * KEY WORDS Energy – being able to do work. e.g. food gives us energy, so that we can move Fuel - Fuel is anything that is burned or altered to obtain energy Fuel gauge SOLAR POWER Most of the Earth's energy comes from ...
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KS3 Environment M Foo Food Chains A food chain shows what is eaten by what… The arrows show which way the energy is going in the chain Top carnivore Secondary consumer Primary consumer Producer Some definitions… 1.Producer 2.Herbivore 3.Primary Consumer 4.Secondary consumer 5 ...
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Capillary action plays a part in upward movement of water in small plants. ... to transpiration in plants can be lost via is affected by many external factors such as capillary action transport in plants is aided by xylem food ... PowerPoint Presentation Last modified by: hkss3060 Created Date:
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It could be used to allow students to draw comparisons between these two methods of representing food chains. * Boardworks KS3 Science 2008 Feeding Relationships * Boardworks KS3 Science 2008 Feeding Relationships Feeding Relationships ... An organism that feeds on plants or animals. food chain ...
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Key Stage 3 Science A guide for Parents & Carers Science Allocation Year 7 2 lessons per week Taught in tutor groups – mixed ability 20 mins homework per week Usually one teacher only Year 8 3 lessons per week Taught in tutor groups – mixed ability 30 mins of homework per week Year 9 3 ...
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Plants for Food Q1. What is a large molecule made from a string of simple sugar molecules called? A1. Starch Q2. Name a carbohydrate that is easily soluble in water A2.
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Boardworks KS3 Science 2008 Acids and Alkalis Glossary ... Some acids are found in everyday items such as food and drink, and skincare products. It is safe to handle these ... Acids, alkalis and plants Some flowers change colour depending on whether they are growing in acidic or alkaline ...
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It can be used to test understanding of terms introduced in KS3. Starter Activity Answers. ... the mass of phytoplankton (plants) must exceed that of ... Pyramids of energy are the most accurate representation of the energy flow through a food chain. They are always pyramid-shaped ...
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It can be used to test understanding of terms introduced in KS3. ... the process used by plants to make food. Antelope and lions: The ... Numbers or biomass? Understanding pyramids of numbers Understanding pyramids of biomass Food chains and pyramids Energy loss in food chains Why ...
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Food * * * Answers to “Which foods are rich in each nutrient ... It is a solvent for transporting substances in blood or in plants It is where chemical reactions take place in cells It is a reactant/product in chemical ... KS3 Biology Author: Fiona O' Grady Last modified by: Teacher-20 ...
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The World of Plants ... Food made by the new plant is sent to make new tubers. Thereby reproducing itself. ... and on what pupils should still be able to recall from KS3 and KS4 Next slide to summarise the topic before going into detail on each one.
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World Food Day 2012: KS3 Pupils at Langobaya school Kenya, collect their free school lunch. ... * Links between the three pictures In the first picture you can see Lina placing compost on sprouting maize plants. ... Global food prices are rising due to extreme weather Lamb, ...
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Plants and Photosynthesis Q1. What do we call a living producer that converts light energy to chemical energy? A1. A plant Q2. What process is used by green plants to convert light energy to chemical energy?
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Revision for Acids and Indigestion. Carbonates, ... The acid in your stomach that helps you break down your food is called hydrochloric acid. ... lakes and streams become more acidic so that animals and plants cannot live in them. Boardworks KS3 Science 2008. Reactions of Acids. Author: DVQuist ...
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KS3 Geography 1.6 Environmental ... of life that exists Recognise how certain species are suited to particular habitats Understand the importance of food chains and ... at the signage in ‘Elephants of the Asian Forest’, Spectacled Bears & ‘Plant Paradise’. How do animals rely on plants?
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Title: ENERGY RESOURCES and POLLUTION KS3/4 (Radioactive materials P3) Author: Wendy Abbott-Wright Last modified by: Valued Acer Customer Created Date
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Energy transfer What is a food web? A diagram showing how all the food chains in an area link together Food chains and food webs What is a producer? Plants are producers because they produce food What are consumers? ... It can be used to test understanding of terms introduced in KS3.
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Food chains and pyramids Understanding pyramids of numbers Understanding pyramids of biomass Food chains and ... The Sun provides energy for photosynthesis, the process used by plants to make food. Antelope and lions: The ... It can be used to test understanding of terms introduced in KS3.
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Modern Food Materials These icons indicate that detailed teacher’s notes or useful web addresses are available in the Notes Page. This icon indicates the slide contains activities created in Flash.
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What do plants need to gain from their environment to stay alive? ... (familiar from KS3 and KS4) The Lungs and Associated Structures (familiar from KS3 and KS4) ... How do the food molecules and oxygen get to the cells in simple organisms and complex organisms?
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This means they obtain their nutrients from other organisms such as humans or plants. ... http://www.sparknotes.com/biology/microorganisms/monera/problems.html http://www.life123.com/question/How-Does-Eubacteria-Obtain-Food http://www.angelfire.com/ks3/lditton/eubacteria.html ...
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Kingdom Plantae Multicellular organisms that produce their own food primarily by photosynthesis are members of this kingdom. Examples: mosses, ferns, conifers, herbs, elodea, duckweed, etc. All plants reproduce through ... http://www.angelfire.com/ks3/eaikins/archaebacteria.html http ...
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Nutrition These icons indicate that detailed teacher’s notes or useful web addresses are available in the Notes Page. This icon indicates the slide contains activities created in Flash.
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Effects of Ozone Depletion The Discovery In 1985, using satellites, balloons, ... found at the center of food web Prone to UV-B stress Inhibits growth Interferes with mechanisms for nitrogen fixation and carbon dioxide fixation High mortality ... Can plants protect themselves against increased ...
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Current is used up in a bulb Pure substances are safe to eat/drink Plants get their food from the soil Driver et al Making sense of secondary science Characteristics of misconceptions May ... Based on slide from KS3 strategy Based on KS3 strategy slide Annotated diagram FORCE acceleration F ...
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Fat Substitution in Food Miranda Miller Kraft Foods R&D ACCA Seminar Series ... cholesterol Triglycerides Are Esters of Glycerol and Fatty Acids Some Basic Facts About Fats Major source plants (soybean, cottonseed, corn, palm) At room ... Olestra Is Only FDA-approved Noncaloric Fat Substitute ...
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... in rethinking the human and the non-human Nature outside society is a fallacy Intersections and ‘mixed up lives’ of plants, animals ... herbs & vegetables in the school grounds – geography, citizenship, food technology Understanding ... Education outside the classroom QCA KS3 review
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Gradual changes in fossil records Lamarck’s theory of evolution Darwin’s theory of evolution Who was Charles ... impressions or traces of animals, plants and other organisms that lived millions of years ago. Some fossils contain the mineralized remains of the ... which need food, ...
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KS3 Physics 7I Energy Resources ... Chemical energy in food is converted to thermal energy and kinetic energy by our bodies. ... Dead plants fell into swampy water and the mud prevented them from rotting away. How coal was formed Over the years, the mud piled up and squashed the plant remains.
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Like plants, they use sunlight as a source of . photosynthetic . energy. ... Make food and energy for the tube worms via . chemosynthesis. ... http://www.angelfire.com/ks3/lditton/archaebacteria.html.
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... links to Key Stage 3 learning outcomes learning objectives suggested teaching and learning ... Hodder Murray Oxford University Press (OUP) Edexcel BTEC First Certificate & Diploma in Applied Science Key features of BTEC ... Environmental Science Unit 9: Plants and Food ...
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Statutory Assessment of Using ICT at KS3 August 2012 – March 2013 Preparing for Statutory Assessment of the Cross-Curricular Skill of Using ICT
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... for example using food chains to describe feeding relationships between plants and animals in a habitat. ... such as the main stages of the life cycles of humans and flowering plants. ... A-Level/IGCSE/GCSE grade descriptors. KS3 Level Descriptors. Self-developed criteria where appropriate.
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Some people talked about potential self-sufficiency. * Often covered at KS3 (Geog.1 uses it well as a case study) ... * Manufacturing industry was strong on the island until the first eruption: it hosted assembly-type businesses and food processing plants, dominated by Montserrat Rice Mills.
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KS3 Chemistry 7E Acids and Alkalis What is an acid? What is an acid? ... you think of other examples of acids? Which of these items contains an acid? Acids are found in household items such as food, ... Farmers often add an alkali to acidic soil to make their plants grow better.
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What do you eat/drink/have? el desayuno breakfast la comida lunch (also food in ... huevo Tips for pronouncing Spanish * KS3 Spanish Core Language yo ... trueno thunder la lluvia rain el relámpago lightening la llanura plain los árboles trees la hierba grass las plantas plants * La ...
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Plants and animals may die as a result of these climate changes. ... I would prefer to eat French food than German food. How could Tom improve his paragraph? ... KS3 English Author: Boardworks Ltd Last modified by: cathy.atkinson
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Selective Breeding The artificial breeding of plants and animals for ... Help solve food security issues. Reduce environmental risk ... s [image online]. Available at: http://www.androidworld.com/prod22.htm [Accessed February 7, 2012a]. Anon, BBC - KS3 Bitesize: Science [image ...
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Archaebacteria Cameron Gordon, Daniel Power & Garrison Seto What is Archaebacteria? Archaebacteria are the oldest living organisms on earth. They are prokaryotes and unicellular.
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Art and Design KS2 The emphasis on different cultures has gone ... Benin). The detailed study of British history after 1066 is deferred to KS3. Foreign languages New to KS2. This can be ... Pupils should use the local environment throughout the year to observe how different plants ...
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