Mrs Bartletts Science Curriculum Corner

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Mrs Bartletts Science Curriculum Corner
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I have a passion for curriculum design and instruction! I am hyper organized and meticulous, and I enjoy sharing my ideas and creations with other educators. I love the final products that I create because they really work for students!
 
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This is a worksheet that asks students to answer questions from a diagram of the nitrogen cycle that I drew (I couldn't find one on the internet that I liked). It includes all of the major molecules and processes that take place including nitrogen
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This a web-based activity where student visit 3 different website as they learn about the process of meiosis. They view an animation depicting the major processes taking place in each stage, Interphase through Telophase, and answer questions as they
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This lab begins by posing the question "How does the density of a medium affect how fast a wave travels through it?". Students are asked to write a hypothesis and then follow the procedure to test it. They will use dominoes to simulate different
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This is a graphic organizer that I created to look at the primary characteristics of the four major categories of biomolecules: proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids. I use it as part of my review at the end of our biomolecules unit. My
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In this lab students investigate biomolecules by examining fake "vomit" samples. They test the samples for the presence of different nutrients and then attempt to solve the mystery of which food off of a provided menu they must have consumed to give
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This is a lesson where students create a booklet that details a story involving energy transformations. The final product is like an actual book with a cover page and a back page (with a blurb that hooks the reader). On each page, students identify
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This is a detailed study guide that can be used to review both mitosis and meiosis, as well as compare the 2 processes. It is an editable word document so you can change it to suit your needs. It is 4 pages long and my students typically require one
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This is an activity where students create a poster timeline of the major events in the Earth's evolutionary history. They look at the following major events, among others: -Oldest known life (bacteria) on Earth -First known plants
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This is a web-based activity where students visit different websites as they are introduced to ions, oxidation numbers and the basics of bonding. I use it on the first day of a unit on bonding and chemical reactions. My students enjoy using
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This is an activity where students read about all the ways in which they interact with atoms/radiation/nuclear decay on a daily basis. After they read a packet that was published by the American Nuclear Society. (Link provided on the bottom of the
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This activity asks students to visit an online ecological footprint calculator website. They take the quiz and are told their "personal earth overshoot day" and how many earths the human populations would require to sustain their lifestyle if
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This is a worksheet with a table organizing information about cell organelles. Students identify the function of each part of the cell, as well as whether or not it is found in plant cells only, animal cells only, or both types of cells. I use it in
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This lab begins by posing the question "Do two pieces of the same substance that are different sizes (volumes) have the same density?". Students are asked to write a hypothesis and then follow the procedure to test it. They visit stations around the
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This is a two day activity designed to introduce students to the periodic table, some of the common elements, the table's organization and properties. On day one students are assigned a specific element to research and become an expert on. It is a
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This is a 7 slide PowerPoint Presentation outlining basic information about enzymes for an introductory level Biology class. Covers the following: -Basics of the enzyme-substrate complex and it's parts -Shows how and enzyme works with visuals and
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This is a simple activity where students work with a partner to build a clay model of an enzyme. After students complete their model they must explain it to me using specific required biological words, and then they answer 4 analysis questions in
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This is a PowerPoint presentation that introduces kids to the cell membrane, it's major components, and the primary forms of cellular transport across the membrane. It includes real-world examples of how these types of transport or actually used
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This is a comprehensive study guide for a cell unit including the following major topics: 1. Types of membrane transport and their paths through the membrane (NGSS LS1-2) 2. Function of the primary organelles within the cell 3. Comparison of
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This is a PowerPoint presentation that introduces kids to the cell cycle (basics of G1, S and G2), the stages of mitosis (actual cell division), uncontrolled mitosis (cancer) and links to a mitosis animation, 2 YouTube videos clips and a song about
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This is a simple activity where students create a flipbook of the stages of mitosis. The goal is to draw the organelles and chromosomes so that they move as the book is flipped. It's a fun and creative way to introduce the stages! It pairs with my
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Over 12 years of teaching physical science (physics, chemistry & astronomy) and biology both in a classroom and virtually!

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