This powerpoint is VERY visual. This lesson introduces students to the differences between organic and inorganic molecules. Four types of organic molecules are presented (lipids, proteins, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids.) Each type includes a slide featuring an example molecule, as well as a slide stating which foods contain that molecule. (Except for nucleic acids.) Pictures of objects and molecules are presented on screen. Students must state whether each molecule or object is organic or inorganic, and, if it is organic, which of the four types it is an example of.
The activity sheet corresponds to the powerpoint presentation. The first part of it is a guided notes sheet- the student page is identical to the powerpoint presentation, but with words or graphics missing that the student needs to fill in. The second part of it is a student activity that goes along with day one's lesson. In this case, students are asked to decide whether various pictured molecules and objects are organic or inorganic. If the molecule or object is organic, they then have to decide which class it is. (Protein, lipid, carbohydrate, nucleic acid.)
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