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High School Science Lesson Plans, Activities, and Teacher Resources

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Great to use as review either at the end of each topic or at the end ready for a test. It uses the keyword defintions from the Nelson Thornes...
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Videoclips from YouTube could aid in understanding through visuals. There are some great ones out there! For Thigmotropism; the BBC series Life -...
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Gives basic structure of leaves; palisade cell; gas exchange; stoma; roots and root hairs</p>
ClickBiology
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Collection of worksheets, a teacher presentation plus a student individual PowerPoint presentation. See website for more info.
Science_Team
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Includes a presentation about plant growth; hormones; and responses to stimuli. Includes a word search for the characteristics of living things.
Science_Team
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Modifield from a resource
Science_Team
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Slides to accompany lesson on photosynthesis; including light dependent reaction and light independent reaction.
ClickBiology
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Worksheets to match chapter on coordination in plants. Further information at www.clickbiology.com
Science_Team
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Great Practical when trying to get students to understand chlorophyll and accesory pigments.
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An improved protocol for investigating starch production in leaves. This uses leaf discs rather than the classic 'whole leaf' approach; which...