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  • Lectures 19
  • Length 38 mins
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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Published 8/2014 English

Course Description

This course is great for a number of different people:

Do you:

- Want to improve your grades in your GCSE Biology Exams?

- Give yourself a head-start before going on to A-Levels or IB?

- Need to refresh your Science knowledge?

Then this course is for you.

It will take you through the whole of the Further Science OCR B7 specification, improving your recall and exam performance. There are numerous lectures, quizzes and worksheets to give you the support you need to boost your exam performance.

Key words: Revise, Science, GCSE, B7, OCR, Biology, Exams, Further Science.

What are the requirements?

  • KS3 Science

What am I going to get from this course?

  • By the end of this course you will boost your exam performance
  • In this course you will develop your scientific understanding
  • You will come out with more scientific confidence

Who is the target audience?

  • GCSE Biology Students
  • People going onto study Biology at A-Level

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.


Section 1: Course Introduction
Section 2: B7.1 Peak Performance - Movement and Exercise

This mini-lecture looks at how humans move. It focuses on the role of the skeleton and the parts of the joint that are necessary for movement.


This mini-lecture looks at how fitness can be measured. It is important to remember the different ways, from body fat percentage to heart rate. Whilst watching it can you think of any limitations to any of the methods?


This mini-lecture looks at some of the common ways that you can get injured whilst exercising and goes on to look at how you should treat a sprain.

6 questions

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Section 3: B7.2 Peak Performance - Circulation

This mini-lecture looks at the parts of the body that make up the circulatory system, from the blood vessels to the functions of the different parts of the blood.


This mini-lecture focuses in on the heart. Watch it a couple of times and then see if you can label on the parts of the heart on the revision sheet.

Movement into and out of the Bloodstream
9 questions

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Section 4: B7.3 Peak Performance - Energy Balance

This mini-lecture focuses on the ways our body can maintain a constant internal temperature. Read up on homeostasis from earlier modules if you need a refresher before starting this one.


This mini-lecture looks at the risks of increased sugar in our diet. Can you recall the difference between Type I and Type II diabetes?

9 questions

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Section 5: B7.4 What we can learn from Natural Ecoystems

This mini-lecture looks at some of the different types of loop systems. Why is a human system not a closed loop system?


Why is the Rainforest important? Watch this lecture and you should be able to give some of the problems with the dramatic felling of large parts of this important ecosystem.


What are the reproductive strategies in ecosystems? Are they wasteful? See if you can decide for yourself after this lecture.


Bioaccumulation is a problem that could affect us all. What is it and what else has it affected? Watch this mini-lecture to find out.


Learn about the process of eutrophication. Once you have completed the lecture see if you can fill in the step by step diagram to help you with your revision.

11 questions

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Section 6: B7.5 New Technologies

Have you ever wondered why bacteria are used for so much genetic research? See if you can find out some of the positives in this lecture.


Learn about genetic modification, can you give some examples of where genetic modification has been used?


This lecture gives some examples of new technologies and how science is playing an important role in the future, from genetic engineering to nanotechnology.


This lecture goes on to give some more examples of new technologies and how science is playing an important role in the future, from stem cell research to bioengineering.

7 questions

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Section 7: Conclusion

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Instructor Biography

Andrew Taylor, Lead Science Teacher

I am currently a science teacher working in England. Within my department I am the lead practitioner working on developing the engaging teaching of Science and am extremely keen in the use of modern technology to drive learning. I have worked on developing a couple of online learning opportunities and have used this combined with my teaching experience to design this course.

Additionally I work with other colleagues supporting them in the delivery of science in the classroom, providing training on new and innovative ways to put across difficult scientific techniques.

I am a qualified biologist having completed a degree in Biology from Imperial College, London and then went on to complete a Masters in Conservation and Forest Protection again at Imperial. I completed my Post Graduate Certificate in Education at King's College, London and from there have been working successfully in schools. Being made lead practitioner has meant that I have been delivering both departmental and whole school training, sharing best practice and encouraging engagement within the school setting.

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