Students will complete this worksheet, as an introduction or even as a review to DNA replication. I use this worksheet along side DNA replication manipulatives so that they can model the step and then summaries in the worksheet.
Students can play the roles of geneticists attempting to identify the true parents of 3 children and identify two crime scene samples. Teacher can either print, cut and laminate the DNA fingerprint cards as class sets, I have 6 sets one for each
Students must label all enzyme, substrate, products, and denatured enzyme appropriately. Each step has an illustration(s) that correspond to it and students must determine which they are and then glue them, while filling out any blanks in the step
Overview: Students will cut the Venn Diagram and glue on a sheet of paper from its title bar, so that the 3 sections are allowed to flip open. Students will then fill out the Venn Diagram based on their own prior knowledge of the two types of
Print class sets in cardstock (6 sets of each process) and make two gallon size bags (one for photosynthesis and one for cellular respiration). Pair or group students so that they can arrange the items found in each bag to correspond with
Students will be able to identify the similarities and differences found in DNA and RNA structures as well as identify complementary anti-parallel strands for DNA, and build a RNA strand from a DNA template strand
Cut and laminate to have as a 1 group set (I have 6 group sets to make a class set)
Students will use cards to build monomers then polymers of each biomolecule.
Nucleic Acids-RNA & DNA
Lipids- Triglycerides & Phospholipids
Students will provide draw & label the reactants and products for hydrolysis and dehydration reactions of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. Students will track the OH & H movements by highlighting or circling the affected.
I use these fill in the blank notes for my students to use along with my virtual lectures (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqSXPiXETy_Nq8y92GcD-8z_M44q7k7FX) but these fill in the blank notes can also be use along with the textbook or your
Students will complete the cell cycle with key descriptors of what takes place in each of these phases and provide illustrations of each phase. I have students glue their cell cycle and mitosis cut outs on a manila folder but it can easily be glued