KS3 Biology 8D Ecological Relationships ... Producers make their own food. Plants produce their own food using light energy from the Sun. Some types of bacteria can also make their own food by using light or chemical reactions. Producer or consumer?
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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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KS3 Biology 8D Ecological Relationships * * * * * * * * * 8D Ecological Relationships Contents Classifying animals and plants Habitats and adaptations Summary activities Feeding types Food chains and populations 8D Ecological Relationships Contents Classifying animals and plants ...
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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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KS3 Biology 9C Plants and Photosynthesis ... Leaves are small ‘factories’ that produce food for plants by photosynthesis. Leaves are adapted so that photosynthesis can take place. Plants need carbon dioxide, water, sunlight and chlorophyll to carry out this important process.
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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 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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Coe Lake Outdoor Science Education Life Science Unit Ecology Habitat Biomes Food Chains Life…even Microscopic Life! Habitat the type of environment in which an organism lives; where an organism is commonly found.
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... a plant (p105) Inv. 8.3 : The ringing experiment (p107) Results: The phloem tissues have been removed. Manufactured food ... 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 ...
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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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7C Feeding Relationships Contents Which water habitat? Contents What are adaptations for? Contents Contents Antarctic food chain – answer Food chains and feeding types Food chains always start with a producer.
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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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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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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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KS3 Biology 7C Feeding Relationships
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Name the parts of the embryo plant. Why is the food store in a seed important? Name the three factors required for germination. Where are a plant’s sex organs ... 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 ...
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World Food Day 2012: KS3 Pupils at Langobaya school Kenya, collect their free school lunch. PHOTO: SØREN BJERREGAARD/ACTIONAID ActionAid schools | September 2012
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KS3 Physics 7I Energy Resources ...
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Success Criteria. All students should be able to: Construct pyramids of number, biomass and energy from a food chain or food web. Correctly label pyramids.
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Would it be more energy efficient to farm snakes for food than chickens? Glossary (1/2) biomass – The organic material that makes up plants and animals. carnivore ... It can be used to test understanding of terms introduced in KS3.
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Boardworks KS3 Science 2008 Acids and Alkalis Glossary acid – A chemical that has a pH less than 7. alkali – A chemical that has a pH greater than 7 and which dissolves in water. indicator – A special chemical that changes its colour in acidic or alkaline solutions. neutral – A chemical ...
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Plants - Seven Processes of Life Respiration Plants take in Carbon dioxide (gas), They use this to make food. Plants - Seven Processes of Life Growth Plant use the food made during photosynthesis to grow. A Healthy Plant An Unhealthy Plant Plants Task Draw a healthy plant.
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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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KS3/4 EARTHWORKS CURRICULUM LINKS KS3 Science 3.3 Organisms, Behaviour and Health d. All living things show variation, can be classified and are interdependent, interacting with each other and their environment
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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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KS3 Chemistry 7E Acids and Alkalis What is an acid? What is an acid? What is a weak acid? What is a strong acid? What is an alkali?
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KS3 Biology Getting Started KS3 Biology Getting Started What is Boardworks KS3 Biology? Boardworks KS3 Biology is an educational package designed for whole-class teaching on interactive whiteboards and projectors.
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KS3 Chemistry 7E Acids and Alkalis ...
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Feeding Relationships A food chain shows a simple feeding relationship. Sun → All food chains start with the sun Feeding Relationships A food chain shows a simple feeding relationship.
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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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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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What would the food web look like for these food chains? plants aphid ladybird blue tit owl plants moth larva blue tit owl plants moth larva spider chiffchaff owl plants vole ... KS3 Biology Author: Boardworks Ltd Last modified by: 254030 ...
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... Plants and Food Unit 10: Forensic Science Applications Unit 11: ... shows all the elements and that similar elements are grouped together AS Chemistry Chemistry Extension Additional Core KS3 360Science The student-centred curriculum ...
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... OCR Gateway and OCR 21st Century courses (with more material being added every year) and A Level Physics and KS3 ... Cabbage Rabbit Stoat Fox The arrows indicate where the energy is going Plants convert the sun’s energy into food through ... Plants and algae release ...
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Green plants convert the sun’s energy (electromagnetic) into starches and sugars (chemical energy). ... Chemical Energy Fuel and food are forms of stored chemical energy. Electromagnetic Energy Power lines carry electromagnetic energy into your home in the form of electricity.
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Feeding relationships Why aren’t food chains very long? Food chains and pyramids Understanding pyramids of numbers Understanding pyramids of biomass Food chains and pyramids A luxury item?
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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 ... moving to the formal ideas Based on slide from KS3 strategy Based on KS3 strategy slide Annotated diagram FORCE ...
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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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This means they obtain their nutrients from other organisms such as humans or plants. ... .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 http://www.best-chem.co.uk ...
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Chemical energy in food is converted to thermal energy and kinetic energy by our bodies. ... Plants store the Sun’s energy through photosynthesis. ... KS3 Science Author: Boardworks Ltd Last modified by: localuser Created Date:
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please note over 20 images that accompanied this lecture have been removed to avoid potential copyright issues geography “at a crucial point” (qca):
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Photoheterotrophic- use light + organic chemicals to make food. Chemoheterotrophic- undergo respiration, either Krebs, TCA, ... Like plants, they use sunlight as a source of . photosynthetic . ... http://www.angelfire.com/ks3/lditton/archaebacteria.html.
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Title: SLDM 23 June 2009 Subject: Science » KS3 & 14-19 » Leadership Keywords: Science » KS3 & 14-19 » Leadership Last modified by: Debbie Haggith
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In plants, they are the eggs and pollen. ... In the placenta, food and diffuse . from the mother’s blood. ... Boardworks KS3 Science 2008. Human Reproduction. Author: Laura Roberts Created Date: 03/27/2014 04:45:39 Title: Fertilisation Last modified by:
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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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– plant and animal cell structure, reproduction in humans. Adaptations ... Energy from food . ... KS3 revision guides and workbooks - useful but please note our scheme is different to the one found in commercial books.
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... Teacher notes This discussion prompt gives students an opportunity to articulate what they remember from KS3 about sedimentary rocks ... Individuals that fail to reproduce, compete effectively for food or survive against new predators will eventually die out. If the last individual of ...
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