Practical Science for 11-16s: Water movement through cells - Osmosis
Date: Monday 29th January 2024
Location: Wesley Hall, Crookes, Sheffield.
Time: 10.00 to 12.00 am
Links to Edexcel specification 2.17 practical: "investigate osmosis using living and non-living systems"
Students will be supported to carry out an investigation to explore the movement of water in and out of cells by the process of osmosis, and to understand the effects of osmosis on plant tissues. Students will be supported to develop the experimental skills that are assessed in IGCSE examinations. They will have opportunities to further their knowledge and understanding of cell transport and the role of osmosis in animal and plant tissues, and to develop exam technique and understanding of key words and terminology.
All tasks are carefully differentiated to allow students at any stage of their IGCSE journey to access learning at a level that is suitable to them individually.
Included with your booking:
- Small group (max. 10) tuition and guidance from a fully qualified and exam-experienced (PGCE, QTS) science teacher
- All equipment, materials and resources for practical, experimental science and activity-focused tuition.
- Exam questions, mark schemes and model answers to take home
- Room hire, tax, comprehensive public liability insurance, heating (and hand gel!)
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