Introduction to Bacteria and the Human Microbiome Biology Doodle Diagrams
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This set of guided notes with biology doodles can be little anchor charts for your student to keep in their notebook! Using these pages, students can color, doodle, and make connections within the material as they takes notes in class. These pages help students learn the basics behind bacterial cell anatomy, types of bacteria, and the human microbiome!
This topic is usually introduced in the cells and organelles unit of biology class.
Google Slides versions of the notes are now included! Students and teachers can "write" on them using Kami/Google Slides! Terrific for Distance Learning because teachers can write on them with the app Kami while showing their screen. They are also short and to-the-point, a fast way to get material across in a short amount of time. They also have terrific on-page diagrams to help students understanding complex concepts.)
Included in the PDF file:
* Student Sample (3 pages)
1. Bacterial Cell Anatomy: I cover the basics of what bacterial cells are made of. I find learning some of the bacterial cell structures (cell membrane, ribosome) really helps students see the basic parts of the cell before I add in all the eukaryotic organelles which make it more complicated.
2. Bacteria Identification: In this page, students will see different shapes of bacteria, learn about Gram staining, and other methods scientists use to identify bacteria in the lab.
3. Human Microbiome: This page is a terrific way to connect bacteria to student lives.
* Teacher Tips/Discussion Tips (4 pages)
* Teacher Answer Key (3 pages)
* Three different options for student pages (3 different options of the same 3 student pages)
* Three different pages with exit tickets (1/4 page size). I also include an answer key for teachers for these exit tickets.
This resource is part of my Biology Doodle Notes bundle!
Check out the bundle for more fun topics you can teach all year long!
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