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Subjects > Science > Life processes and living things (secondary)

Explore life processes and living things

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6 mins Eating to Win
Part of the series Junk Food Science - News Report A KS3/4 video on how diet changes when following a fitness regime

Secondary life processes and living things videos

3 mins Science Debate Kit - Stem Cells
Part of the series Learning From the News
A four year old girl who has been blind since birth has been able to see her parents for the first time after having pioneering stem cell treatment in China. This classroom resource is for Key Stage 3 and 4 science and PSHE students.
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3 mins Running Discussions in a KS3/4 Class
Education consultant, Matthew Tosh, introduces tips on how to run a good discussion in a Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 science classroom.
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4 mins Teaching the KS3/4 News Report Lesson
Watch a Key Stage 3 class use the News Report video, based around a fictional TV news story, in a secondary science and PSHE lesson encouraging students to discuss the science linking health and diet.
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2 mins Eating to Win
Help secondary pupils explore the links between science and fitness in this Key Stage 3/4 classroom video for PSHE and science lessons, where food expert Stefan Gates meets a triathlete to discuss his training diet.
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2 mins Eating Whatever You Like?
Food adventurer Stefan Gates gets pupils thinking about the science linking their health and diet by preparing a crispy worm salad, in a video designed for use in Key Stage 2, 3 and 4 science and PSHE lessons.
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4 mins News Report
Use this fictional TV news report, announcing a proposed ban on under 16s eating junk food, to teach Key Stage 2, 3 and 4 PSHE and science lessons on healthy eating and nutrition.
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3 mins Teaching the KS3/4 Snack Bar Lesson
See how one secondary delivered a Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 science lesson on the health qualities of a new, fictional, snack bar, using the Junk Food Science Snack Bar videos and resources.
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2 mins What's in Your Food?
Food expert Stefan Gates does an explosive experiment to test the levels of sugar in breakfast cereals, in a video for use in Key Stage 2, 3 and 4 science and PSHE lessons looking at the links between diet and health.
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2 mins Snack Bar
Get Key Stage 2, 3 and 4 pupils thinking about the connections between health and diet with this classroom resource for science and PSHE lessons about whether a fictional snack bar should be banned, licensed or endorsed.
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5 mins Food Preparation
Part of the series Science of Food
How humans discovered the art of cooking and preserving food, and how modern life is affecting our approach to food and its preparation.
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