Aerobic Respiration Teacher Resources
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In this science worksheet, students answer 14 questions about respiration. For example, "Cellular Respiration starts off with..."
It has appeal; Vivid microscopic images or colorful diagrams are displayed on almost every slide of this introduction to cells. Visit scientists who contributed to cell theory, learn the general components of cells, and compare prokaryotes to eukaryotes. As enrichment, explore the endosymbiosis theory. Overall, this would be an informative introduction to cells for your high school biology inquisitors.
As your class views each slide, they will be introduced to the organelles and structure of the cell. Details about structure and function are given and also some trivia about their frequency and population. There is also some information about potential related problems. A wonderful introduction to cell structure.
Three lab guides are given here that detail experiments to illustrate the oxidation of glucose for the production of ATP. The first will compare photosynthesis and respiratio and show theimporatnce of both to plants. The next will show how yeast are used in fermentation. The last will allow students to study the enzymatic reaction of the Krebs cycle and manipulate the reaction by changing substrates.
Pupils practice translating biological ideas into graphical representations and explore respiration in the context of an exercise session in this 50 minute lesson on aerobic and anaerobic respiration. The lesson includes a question sheet for assessment.
Young scholars explore Adenosine Triphosphate and how energy is released. They examine the basic process of cellular respiration and draw its chemical formula. After describing cellular respiration and photosynthesis, students compare and contrast aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
Students perform an experiment that measures respiration. In this performing an experiment that measures respiration lesson, students discuss aerobic and anaerobic respiration. Students measure the gas produced by putting yeast in water. Students re-design the experiment to achieve more accurate test results.
Learners listen to an explanation of yeast cells and how they effect bread and beer. They discuss the ways alcohol affects the human body and participate in an indirect observation about cell respiration in yeast-molasses cultures.
Twelve short-answer questions and a 22-space concept map make up "Cellular Respiration." The first page is a little light, but still easy enough to read. The spaces on the concept map page are a little small for terms such as carbon dioxide and light reactions, but if your cell biologists write with small letters, the practice is valuable.
In this cell energy worksheet, students are given clues about the light capturing process in plants and the energy producing reactions in animals to complete a crossword puzzle.
Students compare and contrast cellular respiration in yeast and plant and animal cells. After discovering the role of yeast in making beer and bread, they describe the short and long term effects of alcohol on the nervous and digestive systems.
Survey the metabolism process from respiration through the production of the ATP molecule with this seven page AP biology instructional activity. Pupils write short answers on the lines provided and label a diagram of the cellular respiration process.
So, this is not technically a activity, but rather a chapter of reading material, pictures, and diagrams introducing young biologists to the cell. Cell theory, diversity, size, and shape are described. The internal organization and function of each organelle is detailed. Animal and plant cells are compared in a chart, and then finally, the organization of cells into tissues, organs, and systems is introduced. Create a set of reading comprehension questions to accompany this handout.
Young scholars explain the mechanism of breathing. In this biology lesson, students compare lung capacities of people with different height and body types. They compare the classroom's surface area with that of the lungs.
Students conduct various experiments on glucose. In this biology instructional activity, students differentiate the process of diffusion and osmosis. They test different foods for the presence of glucose and starch.
Students study ATP and examine the concepts of cost using financial tables. In this investigative lesson students complete a worksheet and study cost, revenue and return.
In this metabolism test review, students define several terms. Students write balanced chemical equations for aerobic cellular respiration. Students complete several multiple choice questions.
In this energy worksheet, students search for nineteen words related to energy producing and energy capturing reactions in plants and animal cells.
In this matrix reactions worksheet, students fill in the blank about the process of glycolysis. Students also draw an organelle- mitochondrion and label the parts with the given names.
Students create a 3 minute video on a technology-based product. In this biology lesson, students watch the videos they made and put them together to make a longer one. They create a graphic organizer using vocabulary words.