This presentation can be divided into sections of teaching. There are 3 main topics covered: periodic table basics with solutions, pH with acids and bases, and properties of water. At the end of the pH section, students are prompted to carry out a
This presentation covers the basic steps in Scientific design as well as identifying the variables within an experiment. The presentation ends with students designing their own experiment around a given question that they draw from a bag as well as
This presentation covers the basics of Organic Chemistry as it relates to carbon as well as the 4 macromolecules of life. Each molecule's function, monomers, elements, and examples are listed. Illustrations included.
This presentation covers the history of the cell theory as well as other contributors to endosymbiosis. There is a printable blank microscope slide with answer key to follow. The slides proceed into comparison of Prokayotes and Eukaryotes.
This presentation follows all the organelles of a Eukaryotic cell. This may include some organelles that are not in all curricula, such as golgi bodies, rough ER, lysosomes, and smooth ER. There are a few animations within the slides that show
This presentation covers the basics of membrane structure, including phospholipid bilayer properties and various membrane protein roles. Then, the presentation moves into membrane transports by introducing passive versus active types. There are many