Topic: Cellular Respiration
This complete teaching unit plan contains 13 separate products. This bundled unit contains at least 2 weeks of teaching materials or 3 weeks if you complete all of the enclosed labs. It includes everything you need to teach a unit on cellular respiration to your life science or biology students. My free preview gives a complete description of each product that is included.
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The products included in this teaching bundle are:
1. A 72 slide powerpoint presentation
2. Notes for the teacher
3. Notes outline for the student
4. Powerpoint Jeopardy Review Game (Set of 3 Games)
5. 4 Quizzes
6. Crossword puzzle
7. Unit Test
8. Homework Assignments / Study Guide (8 pages)
9. Lab: Measuring Energy in Foods
10. Lab: Use of Glucose in Respiration
11. Lab: Gas Exchange in Respiration
12. Lab: Measuring Differences in Muscular Activity
13. Respiration Word Game Review
14. Lab: Observing Carbon Dioxide Production During Respiration
This PowerPoint consists of 72 slides that are colorful, informative and visually stimulating. Pictures and diagrams are included that will greatly enhance your instruction to your students. This product also includes a set of notes for the teacher (11 pages) and a set of notes for the student (16 pages). The students get an outline of the notes that they fill in as the PowerPoint lesson is being presented.
Topics covered are:
1. The importance of food.
2. Chemical energy and ATP, structure of the ATP molecule, the conversion of ADP to ATP.
3. The relationship between photosynthesis and respiration, the reactants and products of photosynthesis and respiration, the use and release of energy in photosynthesis and respiration.
4. Overview of Respiration, definition, equation for respiration, types of respiration, stages of respiration.
5, Details of glycolysis, ATP use, ATP production, NADH, end products, advantages and disadvantages of glycolysis.
6. The fate of pyruvic acid, what happens if oxygen is present, what happens if oxygen is absent.
7. Overview of aerobic respiration, Krebs cycle, electron transport chain, differences in respiration in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, structure of the mitochondria.
8. The bridge reaction of the conversion of pyruvic acid to acetyl CoA.
9. The Krebs cycle, ATP production, NADH production, FADH2 production, carbon dioxide release.
10. Summary of the Krebs cycle
11. The electron transport chain, definition, use of NADH and FADH2, the pumping of hydrogen protons across the membrane, ATP synthase, ATP production, the production of water.
12. Recap of electron transport
13. ATP accounting
15. Alcoholic fermentation
16. Lactic acid fermentation
17. The evolution of anaerobic and aerobic pathways.
18. A comparison of photosynthesis and respiration.
This teaching bundle is appropriate for all biology students in grades 9 - 12.
The products included in this complete teaching unit plan are seen below. Click on each link to read a complete description and download a free preview.
Cellular Respiration PowerPoint with Notes for Teacher and Student
Cellular Respiration Set of 3 Quizzes
Lab: Measuring the Energy in Foods
Test: Cellular Respiration
Jeopardy Review Games on Respiration - Set of 3 Games
Lab: Gas Exchange in Cellular Respiration
Cellular respiration quiz/homework
Lab: Measuring Differences in Muscular Activity
Cellular Respiration Crossword Puzzle
Cellular Respiration Homework and Study Guide
Lab: The Use of Glucose in Cellular Respiration
Respiration Word Game Review Activity
Lab: Observing Carbon Dioxide Production During Cellular Respiration
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