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Secondary - Human & Social Biology for CSEC Examinations


This page contains lesson plans and worksheets for some of the topics that students find challenging on the CSEC Human and Social Biology syllabus . These topics are: photosynthesis and human dependence on plants, and food chains, energy flow, carbon and nitrogen cycles. The resources are at intermediate level. Further resources for these topics can be found on the Biology resources page.

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Organisms and the environment

Photosynthesis and human dependence on plants

Experiments Lesson plan
A lesson to investigate the requirements for photosynthesis, and to investigate the products of photosynthesis.

Experiments Worksheet
Students answer questions on a worksheet to investigate the requirements for photosynthesis and to investigate the products of photosynthesis, and help set up apparatus for the next lesson.

Results Worksheet
Students observe or carry out investigation of the requirements for photosynthesis and the products of photosynthesis.

Food chains, energy flow, carbon and nitrogen cycles

Food chains and food webs Lesson plan
A lesson to explain the ways in which all living organisms depend on plants, directly or indirectly, for food, and to define and illustrate a food chain and a food web.

Food chains and food webs Worksheet
Students answer questions on a worksheet to explain the ways in which all living organisms depend on plants, directly or indirectly, for food, and define and illustrate a food chain and a food web.

Active transport Lesson plan
A lesson to understand active transport across cell membranes, and to understand what is meant by metabolism.

Carbon dioxide and the carbon cycle Lesson plan
A lesson in which to perform experiments to compare inspired and expired air, and to understand the carbon cycle.

Carbon dioxide and the carbon cycle Worksheet
Students perform an experiment to compare inspired and expired air, and carry out an activity to understand the carbon cycle.

The nitrogen cycle Lesson plan
A lesson to understand the recycling of nitrogen in nature, and its importance.

The nitrogen cycle Worksheet
Students carry out an activity to understand the recycling of nitrogen in nature, and its importance, and answer questions on worksheet.

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