Reproductive System and Multiple-choice Review Essay

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KS3 Biology Contents February 2005 7A Cells
This interactive presentation is designed to teach: • • • • • that cells are the basic units of life; the structure and differences of typical animal and plant cells; the different functions of cells; the organization of cells into tissues; how cells divide and why.

7A Cells contains 40 slides which includes 13 Flash activities: • • • • • • • • • • • • • animation to illustrate the seven life processes; comparing a cell to a factory; activity relating the parts of a factory to the structure and function of the parts of a cell; labelled diagram revealing the parts of a typical animal cell; labelled diagram revealing the parts of a typical plant cell; highlighting the detailed structure of typical animal and plant cells; comparing the structures of typical animal and plant cells; recognizing different types of cells and reveal how they are adapted; matching organs to the body system that they belong to; animation to show the process of cell division; anagrams based on key words in the unit; complete the sentences about cells; multiple-choice review of the unit.

7B Reproduction
This interactive presentation is designed to teach: • • • • • • about human reproduction; the different parts of the male and female reproductive systems; the processes of ovulation, fertilization and implantation; the structure and development of the placenta; the development of the embryo through to birth; the way the body changes during adolescence.

7B Reproduction contains 31 slides which includes 16 Flash activities: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • labelled diagram of the parts of the male reproductive system and their functions; labelled diagram of the parts of the female reproductive system and their functions; identifying different parts of the human reproductive systems as male or female; identifying the functions of different parts of the human reproductive systems; identifying adaptations of sperm and egg cells; animation showing ovulation, fertilization and implantation; matching the different processes involved in reproduction to their definitions; animation showing the function of the placenta; animation showing the development of the embryo during pregnancy; arranging the stages of embryo development in the correct order; animation detailing the birth process; identifying the changes experienced during puberty in girls; identifying the changes experienced during puberty in boys; animation highlighting the stages of the menstrual cycle; anagrams based on key words in the unit; multiple-choice review of the unit.

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KS3 Biology Contents February 2005 7C Feeding Relationships
This interactive presentation is designed to teach: • • • • what a habitat is and how habitats vary; how plants and animals are adapted to live in a particular habitat; how plants and animals interact with their environment and each other, including feeding relationships and food chains; how to link food chains to make webs.

7C Feeding Relationships contains 40 slides which includes 13 Flash activities: • • • • • • • • • • • • • matching organisms to different land habitats; matching organisms to different water habitats; matching adaptations to an elephant or a lion; identifying the function of different adaptations; identifying adaptations as daily or yearly events; naming organisms as producers or consumers; matching the different feeding types to their definitions; constructing different food chains; identifying the feeding types in a food chain; ranking the consumers in a food chain; creating a food web from food chains; anagrams based on key words in the unit; multiple-choice review of the unit.

7D Variation and Classification
This interactive presentation is designed to teach: • • • that there are differences between different species and within the same species; the factors that contribute to variation; how organisms can be classified using differences between them.…