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This is the syllabus that I have used for the past 4 years for my biology class, but it is completely editable. I finally have it the way I want it.
I let students come up
Have your students demonstrate mastery of similarities and differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells by having them create a dating profile of a specific type of cell seeking the opposite type of cell! Rubric is included as well as the
Have your students strengthen their understanding of the chemical structure and significance of ATP in our bodies and our world by having them create a magazine-style ad for an ATP energy drink! List of requirements is included on the assignment
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This is a fun icebreaker activity that you can use the first day of school to get to know your students instead of reading your syllabus to them! Play a game of HOWDY Bingo with your
This is an editable PowerPoint file containing 20 questions (the answers are on each slide following the question slide) that quizzes students on scientific notation, metric conversations, density/mass calculations, theory vs law, weight vs mass, SI
This a great reference sheet I made for my Biology Students to use to aid in studying for the Final Exam and reviewing for the AIR Test State Assessment.
It is an editable Word doc so you can add or remove whatever suits your needs.
A pdf version of the reliable 3-2-1 Exit Slip format! Include objectives/instructions at the top for students. Rules listed include that students are NOT permitted to use their notes and must work quietly/individually. This helps you truly discover
This is an editable PowerPoint of 27 questions that assesses students on concepts that will likely appear on the Biology AIR Test. The key is included and appears in a "Question, Answer, Question, Answer" slide sequence.
The remainder of the
This is a Venn Diagram worksheet that you can adapt to any topic in your class.
It requires students to differentiate between prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells. A specific list of requirements are included.
There is a self-evaluation section
This is a small group activity I have my students complete in groups of 3-4, grouped according to ability level. I print out multiple copies of this paper, then cut out and give the strips of requirements to each specific group number.
Students build their own cell in small groups using everyday items that they happen to have with them that day!
I use this activity with my biology students. All three versions of the assignment are included in this PDF and they are differentiated
This is a graphic organizer I designed to implement active participation and accountability in my classroom while students watch a YouTube video discussing the cytoskeleton.
I use this worksheet during the cell unit of my biology class. The link to
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This is an Open House PowerPoint geared towards a High School Science class. You could display this on your SMARTboard while meeting parents, or print out a hard copy for them if you'd like. The slides can be edited,
Utilizing Dr. Kaplan's Depth and Complexity Icons, students must discuss pros and cons regarding genetic engineering from multiple perspectives of their choice. They must describe the ethics of genetic entering from their POVs and close their
**This form will come in handy COUNTLESS amounts of times!**
This is a basic textbook inventory form I use with my students the first week of school. I have them pass it around the room and fill it out while they grab their books. To stay occupied,
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This is a very fun icebreaker activity to use with students of all ages the first week of school and can be edited to specifically fit your needs. The slides included in the following order are:
This is an editable Word doc that has students successfully distinguish between physical and chemical properties and classify changes are chemical or physical.
Materials list and instructions are include, as well as a detailed description of the
This is a editable Word doc where students get to provide you with feedback on what they took away from the lesson.
This can be adapted for the end of a chapter as well, or as a refresher coming back from a holiday break.
Students will use their phones or tablets in small groups to create a stop motion movie demonstrating primary or secondary succession by utilizing the FREE app called iMotion! I have students upload their videos to Google Classroom, but they can
Students pick a Protist of their choice to design a WANTED poster where they describe key characteristics of their Protist and predict possible effects of their Protist invading another organism. Students must also include: a drawing with key