This product is great for viewing on a computer or projecting on to a white screen for all to see. These are great to use as a practice quiz to see if students are ready for an upcoming test. And the good thing is, you set the time for how long you want to give for students to figure out the right answer. With some online reviews, the question moves too fast, and this frustrates the students who need more time to process the question, and makes some of them give up. With these quizzes, you decide when move to the next question and is fair for all. Students can answer questions on their own paper, or in a group, or using mini white dry erase boards. You can make it a class participation grade, or see which teams get the most answers right! There are MANY ways to make this a fun review activity for the class (and for you)!
These quizzes are meant to go with my 28 Biology Presentations. But they may be used without them too, as they cover basic questions on the units being tested. These are a great review, and priced right for teachers! You get a lot for your money.
This product includes 28 PDF biology quizzes that have a PowerPoint layout to them, minus animations. There are two versions for each quiz- one comes with an answer key at the end of it. the other does not.
Each quiz is made up of a set of 10-20 questions. Most of these questions are multiple choice, with some being true/false questions. Each page (slide) in this section comes with one question in LARGE font size (32-36), followed by answer selections beneath it.
All quizzes have an optional bonus/s question section and a short answer section at the end of the quiz. These two sections may contain multiple questions per page. Short answer slide usually has 3-5 questions. Quizzes made for viewing on screen only.
The 28 quizzes in this download include:
• Cells (There are two versions of this cell quiz)
• The Cell Cycle
• Cellular Respiration
• Types of Transport Across a Cell
• The Molecules of Life (Fats, Carbohydrates, Proteins, and Nucleic Acids)
• Invertebrates Part 1 (Sponges, Cnidarians, Worms)
• Invertebrates Part 2 (Mollusks, Echinoderms, Arthropods)
• Basic Chemistry
• DNA's Structure and DNA Replication
• Cloning, Gene Therapy, and Genetic Engineering
• Sexual and Asexual Reproduction
• Properties of Water
• Meiosis (two versions, vary slightly)
• Protein Synthesis (shown in image above)
• Feeding Relationships/Biogeochemical Cycles
• Interactions Among Species
• Bacteria and Archaea
*(The Biogeochemical Presentation and the Feeding Relationships presentations are
put together in one presentation, or file)