Students will uncover what pieces of evidence scientists have for evolution. Students will get to see how many pieces of evidence fit together to give scientists clues about earth history and evolution.
This is a simple blended learning plan for introducing the microscope and cells. It is also the beginning lesson in a unit that will ultimately lead to with students synthesizing their own cell theory which they will compare with the currently accepted Cell Theory.
Submitted by DShea129 on Tue, 03/21/2017 - 2:51am.
Cell Cycle can be a very abstract and difficult section of Biology to learn. The goal here is to use constant reinforcement with students and allow for open communication between teachers and students for help and discussion.
Submitted by sydletziii on Sat, 11/19/2016 - 11:15am.
This unit, using videos, an interactive program, and research, allows exploration of the cell from the first of observation to the cell to the final project of describing how the parts of the cell interact and work together as a function of the cell. This is the first time students have been asked to achieve this level of understanding of the cell.
Submitted by epetricca on Sat, 08/13/2016 - 11:19am.
A 9th grade biology unit on cells. Students will learn about what makes up cells, how cells transport material into and out of themselves, and how to tell the difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
Submitted by skapenga on Fri, 08/05/2016 - 12:13pm.
This unit introduces the theory of evolution taking into consideration the sensitive nature of this topic for some students. Students are given ample opportunity to share their preconceptions before diving into the scientific evidence for evolution. Students are able to use simulations to experience survival of the fittest and draw conclusions based on what they experience.
Submitted by konni.lubbers on Mon, 05/16/2016 - 2:08pm.
Unit designed to support students while learning about the biology genetics unit in the regular classroom. The unit goes into more detail and gives more practice to students in the terms and concepts of the unit.
This unit is designed to guide upper-level/AP biology students through the four different categories of biological molecules (carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids). Topics within the unit are divided among the students so that each student has one chunk of information they are expected to master.