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OCR 21st Century BIOLOGY

Discussion in 'Science' started by KatyJo, Jul 20, 2011.

  1. I am struggling to think of an investigation for our Additional Science and Biology GCSE students to complete that allows them to gain more than 5 out of 8 of the Interpreting Skill marks. This requires them to describe formal or statistical relationships within the cases/situations studied.
    What experiments do you use that shows a quantitative relationship? Any ideas are very welcome!
    Thanks
    KatyJo
     
  2. I am struggling to think of an investigation for our Additional Science and Biology GCSE students to complete that allows them to gain more than 5 out of 8 of the Interpreting Skill marks. This requires them to describe formal or statistical relationships within the cases/situations studied.
    What experiments do you use that shows a quantitative relationship? Any ideas are very welcome!
    Thanks
    KatyJo
     
    • Effect of temperature on catalase enzyme
    • Osmosis in potatoes
    • Rhubarb and rates (adapted from an RSC chemistry investigation)
     
  3. phlogiston

    phlogiston Star commenter

    snap!
    P
     

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