A review game, similar to cranium, which covers key terms related to mitosis and asexual reproduction. Cards require students to draw, mold and describe key terms. Is a word document, therefore you would have the ability to change and add terms.
A full 67 slide powerpoint on viruses. Includes their classification (or lack thereof) , their structure and ability to cause disease. Powerpoint also includes information for a Virus journal project (marking template sold seperately)
This virus journal project has students research a specific virus and create a journal for an individual who has been infected with the virus. They are to log the transition from a healthy individual to a sick patient and describe the viruses
In this activity, students will work in pairs and gather information from different stations set up in the classroom to create a timeline highlighting the development of the atomic theory as we know it.
- this activity can be done alone, or
a detailed powerpoint on what microbes are, their classification and structure. Also covers why bacteria can be beneficial and how others are harmful. Includes information on creating a poster project on the benefits of bacteria.
a powerpoint on the development of the atomic theory which includes a classroom activity (jigsaw puzzle) to help students understand the development of the atomic theory through its 4 main contributors.
Use this template to insert your own chapter vocabulary terms and have student self-assess their knowledge of the vocabulary. I use this prior to having students define the vocabulary. Revisit the terms again and the end of the chapter for students