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9.36 MB | 31 slides for each version + student lesson overview pages
Everything you need to introduce or review Cancer - unregulated cell division is right here including the lesson (student and teacher versions) and a student lesson handout. The Power Point is interactive and engaging with YouTube videos hyperlinked directly onto the slides. No more searching for videos, just click on the slide and it will take you directly to them.
Included in the lesson package is:
- The teacher version of the power point
- The student version of the power point
- Student lesson handout
- Hyperlinked videos
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The student version of the power point contains multiple blanks that need to be filled in throughout the lesson. These blanks are conveniently underlined and bolded on the teacher copy. I have found this to be the most effective means of keeping my students engaged and active without having them write everything out. This also leaves more time for discussion and activities.