Discover the diversity and chemistry of life in this highly engaging and visual PowerPoint. Students will learn the difference between living and nonliving things associated with the necessities and characteristics of life.
Students will be exposed to chemistry and makeup of their species. This PowerPoint is an entire unit which covers the different characteristics of Living things, cells, stimulus, reproduction, basic chemistry, evolution, air, water, DNA, proteins, heredity, habitats, food chain, basic biochemistry, and a lot more. Each page is designed to have authentic assessment and covers most standards in any state.
With over 40 pages of content directed interactive activities, these guided notes will have students want to save these notes after the unit as use as a reference. If you are familiar with my style of PowerPoints, you will understand how interactive and enticing the content can be. Your students will be truly engaged!!!
The following are a few essential questions that this unit covers:
How does a cell’s membrane separate the content of the cell from its external environment?
Describe the difference between multicellular and unicellular organisms?
How does sensing and responding to the environment aid in the survival of an organism?
Give an example of Hemostasis in humans?
Describe the difference between asexual and sexual reproduction? Give examples.
Describe the function of DNA.
Explain 4 different activities that all organisms are required using energy?
How does reproduction related to hereditary?
Describe the different necessities of life and how they provide organisms with the best chances of survival?
How does food relate to energy in organisms?
How does consumers related to producers and decomposers?
What is the importance of water to the availability of life?
What are the different gases in the air we breathe?
How does limited space to live result in fighting for your right to survive?
What are atoms and how do they makeup everything in the universe?
What is the difference between an element and molecule?
Give examples of protein structures?
How are carbohydrates related to sugars?
What’s the difference between simple and complex carbohydrates?
What is the difference between fats, oils and phospholipids?
Explain how ATP is utilized as vehicle for energy?
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