This is a 3 page activity that includes a differentiated option.
Great to enhance your lessons on the topic of light independent reactions.
This can also be incorporated into INBs.
It is very versatile as it can be used as homework, classwork or as a review.
Students fill in steps of the Calvin cycle using the provided text or any other resource. There are also 10 questions related to the Calvin cycle.
Answer key included.
Available as a PDF and MS Word doc.
A differentiated version includes pre-made text boxes that can be printed for a cut and paste.
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