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Students will classify 4 categories of carbon based molecules: carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids and proteins. Students will receive 24 word cards (definitions, descriptions, simple or complex clues) and 30 picture cards. An answer key is included that you can project up on your board for easy
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7th - 12th
Carbon-based Molecules lesson is the third lesson in the Chemistry of Biology Bundle. I have used Pear Deck for the teacher presentation slide to boost student engagement. I hope you enjoy the lesson. What is included:Teacher Notes:OverviewPear Deck TipsGoogle classroom tipsStandardsAssessment with
This lesson is designed for students to take notes, answer questions, and insert images onto a Google Slides. It is designed for a demonstration by the teacher about how to use an atomic compound modeling kit, as well as explain details about carbon and why it is vital to biomolecules and therefore
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9th - 12th
Flash cards contain visual tools as well as definitions.
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9th - 12th
Power point with visual representation of vocabulary. I push a version without definitions to students laptops. Students are put into groups to talk about what they think the definition should be for each slide (no resources used). Groups share out and as a class we decide on a definition. This fi
Visual-flow chart identifying polymers, monomers and sub-units of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nucleic acid. Can be used as introduction or review.
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9th - 12th
This 29-slide powerpoint presentation covers 'Topic 2.1 - Molecules to Metabolism' in the 2016 IB Biology curriculum. Each slide includes the specific learning objective as well as key vocabulary that students should note. The topic has been divided into two sections:     • A - Carbon Compounds &amp
Carbon Chemistry lesson. This senior biology lesson overviews the importance and role of carbon in biochemistry. It discusses organic molecules, hydrocarbons, the functional groups used in reactions, acids and bases as well as providing examples of dehydration and hydrolysis reactions so that studen
Introduction to macromolecules with a QUICK review of chemistry concepts (matter, atoms, elements, molecules, compounds).Students use ice cream to represent atoms/elements without being introduced to the periodic table.Quick definitions of nucleus, proton, neutron, electrons, and valence electrons t
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9th - 10th
In this inquiry-based lab investigation, students will create an ecosystem simulation using 2-Liter bottles to explore the cycling of the essential elements carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen through biotic and abiotic components of an ecosystem. Students will need a minimum of two 2-Liter bottl
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9th - 12th
5-LS1 From Molecules to Organisms; Structures and Processes is the most compact of the grade 5 NGSS standards, for it essentially serves as a preview of the more complex 5-LS2, Ecosystems: Interactions, Energy and Dynamics. It is based on photosynthesis and how light energy, carbon dioxide and wate
This is a test I created for my 5th grade class based on the following Core Knowledge objectives: A. Atoms, Molecules, and Compounds • Basics of atomic structure: nucleus, protons (positive charge), neutrons (neutral), electrons (negative charge) • Atoms are constantly in motion, electron
Grades:
4th - 8th
Oftentimes, students miss the big picture when it comes to cellular respiration and photosynthesis. This EDITABLE introduction to the topic explains how the two are related and their impact on the environment. This assignment has students create a model of the connection between cell respiration
Photosynthesis break out escape room by Kathy Applebee Students must use what they know about photosynthesis and the carbon cycle to open the boxes. Package includes clues, directions, reflection questions and exit ticket, online resources, graphic organizer for data collection of the virtual lab
This PowerPoint presentation explains the chemistry of carbon as the foundation of organic molecules. This is NOT a typical main idea bullet PowerPoint. Instead, the presentation is filled with images and animations to better assist with student learning.Better yet, you can preview the ENTIRE presen
The carbon cycle describes the process in which carbon atoms continually travel from the atmosphere to the Earth and then back into the atmosphere. Since our planet and its atmosphere form a closed environment, the amount of carbon in this system does not change. In the natural carbon cycle, there a
Designed for mastery, RGG Series carefully crafted for teachers and students. RGG series include Inquiries where your students will construct scientific explanations or models and 3 or 4 multiple-choice assessments.This product deals with the standard MS-LS1-7 and DCI LS1-C: Organization for Matter
The carbon cycle describes the process in which carbon atoms continually travel from the atmosphere to the Earth and then back into the atmosphere. Since our planet and its atmosphere form a closed environment, the amount of carbon in this system does not change. The carbon cycle is nature’s way of
Most of the Earth’s carbon is geological, resulting from the formation of sedimentary carbonate rocks (limestone) in oceans and biologically derived carbon in shale, coal and other rocks. Most carbon in the world is geological in rocks. It comes from sedimentary carbonate rocks, which is mainly lime
Resource at a Glance:If you ask students where a tree gets most of its mass, what will they say? Maybe they think that most of the matter comes from the soil…the water….even the sun. It’s often hard for students to realize that air, specifically carbon dioxide, is the real answer. In this lesson seq
Land plants, or autotrophs, are terrestrial primary producers: organisms that manufacture, through photosynthesis, new organic molecules such as carbohydrates and lipids from raw inorganic materials (CO2, water, mineral nutrients). Terrestrial consumers include plant-eating herbivores, meat-eating c
Structured worksheet guiding students on the construction of dot and cross diagrams to represent the covalent bonding in simple covalent molecules.Resource includes:+ step by step guide to drawing dot and cross diagrams+ worked examples for single covalent bonds (fluorine, F2) and multiple covalent
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8th - 11th
The Ultimate Ecology Bundle provides you with everything you need to confidently provide 100% NGSS-based thought-provoking and engaging lessons and activities for your students. This comprehensive ecology bundle is complete with the ability to modify the documents to tailor them to you and your stud
This is an excerpt from my popular line ofBossy Brocci Math & Big Science workbooks on Amazon.================================================Most ELA, Math and Science teachers don't havemore than 100 State Tests on their shoulders- and they enjoy anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes to teach their c

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