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Biology B1 Topic 1
Classification B1
Topic 1
Variation Biology
Inheritance
Topic 2 Topic 3

Science
B2 B3

Chemistry
Physics
Learning Outcomes
· Show an understanding of how organisms are classified
· Describe the main characteristics of the 5 kingdoms
· Present information, develop an argument and draw conclusions

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Biology B1 Topic 1

Draw a diagram of mrs abbot's wardrobe
· Suggest/show how it might be
organised so that she can find things
easily
Sorting things is like a classification system - each thing fits into a
group depending on how similiar they are to other things in that…

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Biology B1 Topic 1

Tesco

Kingdom
Katy
Plant

Phylum
Perry
Fruit

Class
Can
Citrus

Order
Offer
Orange

Family
Fabulous
Oval

Genus

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Great
Kumquat

Species
Sex
All organisms are classified into one of the five kingdoms
Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Protoctista, Prokaryotes
Your task Research the characteristics of the 5 kingdoms. Write
detailed notes in your book.
Summarise the information into a 160 character text message for each
This paragraph has 140
http://www.oum.ox.ac.uk/thezone/animals/animalid/index.htm…

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Biology B1 Topic 1

Animalia - multicellular, do not have cell walls, do
not have chlorophyll, feed heterotrophically
Plantae - multicellular, have cell walls, have
chlorophyll, feed autotrophically
Fungi - multicellular, have cell walls, do not have
chlorophyll, feed saprophytically
Protocista - unicellular, have a nucleus
Prokaryotes - unicellular, have…

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Page 1

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Page 2

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Biology B1 Topic 1
Classification B1
Topic 1
Variation Biology
Inheritance
Topic 2 Topic 3

Science
B2 B3

Chemistry
Physics
Learning Outcomes
· Show an understanding of how organisms are classified
· Describe the main characteristics of the 5 kingdoms
· Present information, develop an argument and draw conclusions

Sort…

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Biology B1 Topic 1

Draw a diagram of mrs abbot's wardrobe
· Suggest/show how it might be
organised so that she can find things
easily
Sorting things is like a classification system - each thing fits into a
group depending on how similiar they are to other things in that…

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Biology B1 Topic 1

Tesco

Kingdom
Katy
Plant

Phylum
Perry
Fruit

Class
Can
Citrus

Order
Offer
Orange

Family
Fabulous
Oval

Genus

Page 7

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Great
Kumquat

Species
Sex
All organisms are classified into one of the five kingdoms
Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Protoctista, Prokaryotes
Your task Research the characteristics of the 5 kingdoms. Write
detailed notes in your book.
Summarise the information into a 160 character text message for each
This paragraph has 140
http://www.oum.ox.ac.uk/thezone/animals/animalid/index.htm…

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Biology B1 Topic 1

Animalia - multicellular, do not have cell walls, do
not have chlorophyll, feed heterotrophically
Plantae - multicellular, have cell walls, have
chlorophyll, feed autotrophically
Fungi - multicellular, have cell walls, do not have
chlorophyll, feed saprophytically
Protocista - unicellular, have a nucleus
Prokaryotes - unicellular, have…

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