This bundled unit is a great AP biology resource for DNA replication and protein synthesis. All resources include answer keys. The table of contents includes suggestions for sequencing as well as photographs of student projects. The bundle provides a variety of activities that are correlated to the College Board’s learning objectives 3.1-3.4: 1) Experiments that Led to Our Current Knowledge of Molecular Biology is a chart that asks students to write the salient features of significant discoveries, 2) DNA Replication Cornell Notes include a template for definitions and a key which can be projected and scrolled to help students with vocabulary, 3) DNA Replication Sequencing and Poster Project include the steps of replication in boxes that are out of sequence. Students can cut these steps and sequence the events on a poster, or use them as a study aid for replication. This makes a great group activity and allows for the science practice of creating models. 4)DNA Replication Quiz is a 10-question assessment that is easy to score and discuss with students. 5) DNA Replication Essay and Rubric can be used as homework or as an in-class writing exercise. The rubric provides plenty of extra points to help students develop confidence with the essay process. 6)Protein Synthesis Essay, like the DNA Essay, comes with an easy-to-follow rubric. 7) Building a Polypeptide chart is a worksheet that summarizes initiation, elongation, and termination. 8) Protein Synthesis Cut-and-Paste is a great group activity that enables students to match descriptions, definitions, and processes in one color-coded chart. A printable chart is also included. 9) The Greatest Discoveries with Bill Nye in Genetics is a fill-in-the-blank worksheet that follows a 44-minute YouTube video. It covers major discoveries from Mendelian genetics to transposons and RNAi. 10) Compare and Contrast the Molecular Biology of Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes is an epic work that compares many of the molecular processes that are associated with protein synthesis. It is challenging for students because, to my knowledge, this information is not found in any single location. It’s a great push for students as a homework assignment and may work better for some classes as a note-taking template.