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A Problem of Persistence: Polar vs. Nonpolar
This activity requires students to infer the effect of plastics on marine ecosystems and the animals within those ecosystems based on previous knowledge about polar vs. non-polar substances; including the importance of the structure of water. Students also have to answer questions by interpreting gr
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Macromolecules: Organic Compounds Reading and Card Sort
This EDITABLE product asks students to sort cards containing the basic properties of organic compounds, based on information they need to pull from text. It provides a short reading about organic compounds (carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids), a blank student sheet, and cards to be
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My Favorite Food Physical Properties Writing Assignment for Physical Science
This assignment allows students to write about their favorite food by describing various terms learned in the physical properties unit of a physical science/chemistry course. There is a teacher sample included.
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Nuclear Power: CER Chart
The article provided compares the general pros and cons of nuclear power. Students use this article to choose a side and fill in the CER Chart.
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A Problem of Persistence: Polar vs. Nonpolar
This activity requires students to infer the effect of plastics on marine ecosystems and the animals within those ecosystems based on previous knowledge about polar vs. non-polar substances; including the importance of the structure of water. Students also have to answer questions by interpreting gr
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