Hello! I completed the graphic to show you, but tpt isn't letting me upload an image here. If you'd like me to send you my key, email me at email@example.com. Otherwise, here is what I wrote in it:
In the "meaning in the grocery store" section, I wrote the sample sentence, "I bought organic bananas from the farmer's market." I wrote the definition "grown without pesticide." In the "meaning in science class" section, I wrote the sample sentence, "Glucose is an organic compound". I wrote the definition "Containing carbon and hydrogen atoms."
As for other lessons, for sale in tpt right now I have a lesson on molecules and the difference between elements and compounds. This lesson is called, "Aim: What is matter made of?"
In my own classroom, I have actually broken this lesson down into a few lessons- one solely on the definition of the word "organic" as it is used in the grocery store and in science class, and one lesson each on every type of organic compound. (Nucleic acids, lipids, carbohydrates, and proteins.) I have not listed these for sale yet because I have been concentrating on ecology and evolution, but if you have interest, please let me know and I will be happy to list them for sale.
Thank you for your question, and happy teaching!
May 6, 2014