Aerobic Respiration Teacher Resources
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Observe two different water samples and write down observations. Write a paragraph which predicts the relative amounts of nutrients, nitrates, and phosphates in the water samples. Compare water samples under a microscope.
In this biology crossword puzzle worksheet, students use the 6 clues regarding AP biology terms to help them correctly complete the word puzzle.
In this online interactive biology crossword puzzle learning exercise, students use the 6 clues to find the appropriate answers to complete the word puzzle.
In this online interactive biology crossword puzzle worksheet, students use the 7 clues to find the appropriate answers to complete the word puzzle.
For this biology crossword puzzle worksheet, students use the 10 clues regarding matter and energy to help them correctly complete the word puzzle.
High schoolers identify photosynthesis as the mechanism by which plants convert sunlight energy into a usable energy source for plant processes. They identify photosynthesis as the mechanism by which plants create a molecule that can be used to build or grow. Students recognize that the plant needs a mechanism by which to access energy all the time, otherwise know as respiration. They design an experiment which tests variables one by one.
Students examine exercise and how it affects the body. In this exercise lesson students compete an experiment and debate the pros and cons of their experiment.
How are kids supposed to know what to study for that cellular respiration test? With a study guide or reading guide like the one found here. With three pages of questions important to the understanding of respiration and the processes involved therein, worksheets like these can be very useful in assisting high schoolers to focus on the pertinent information. The resource is an editable Word document, so you can select/add questions as they relate to your curriculum and/or standards.
Learners discover movement patterns that express information about the basic systems, organs, and processes of the human body.
Although it contains some formatting issues, the Word document here contains good questions about osmosis and diffusion, and is easy to edit as needed. Designed as a study guide, you could use the information here for warmups, ideas for a quiz-review Jeopardy game, or as a self assessment for learners to check their own understanding.
With a partner, youngsters measure their pulse and breathing rates, both at rest and after running in place for a minute. While this activity is not novel, the lesson plan includes a large-scale classroom graphing activity and other resources that bring in an interdisciplinary aspect.
Teach your exercise enthusiasts to read their pulse rate at the radial artery for 15 seconds and multiply by four to calculate beats per minute. Have them perform a variety of activities, recording their heart rates after one minute of each. Though this is a classic activity to conduct when studying the heart, this particular resource provides extensive background information and a detailed lab sheet that will keep your heart rate in check as you prepare! If you are interested, how the blood is affected by space travel can also be discussed with your class.
Twenty-six pages of biology questions, mostly in multiple-choice form, are included in the all-encompassing New York State Regents exam. It assesses every topic typically covered in a high-school biology course. Create your own answer sheet and use this as your final exam, or get ideas from it for questions to create your own.
In this respiratory system: breathing worksheet, learners read through the given notes. Students then compare the different respiratory systems with that of an earthworm, fish, insect, and frog.
In this biology activity, students complete 132 multiple choice and short answer questions on various biology related concepts.
The need for a respiratory system in humans versus being reliant on gas exchange structures is demonstrated. There are many details about the advantages and disadvantages of each mechanism. Students are able to learn about the hemoglobin (haemoglobin) and oxygen dissociation curve.
Elementary schoolers use the Internet in order to explore topics related to the human body and its systems. An impressive, 15-page lesson plan that should leave your charges with a much better understanding of the human body and how its systems interact with each other. All of the websites necessary to implement the learning activities are present, and the instructions are clearly laid out. Terrific!
Students explore several examples of cardiovascular diseases. In this anatomy lesson, students explain why physical fitness is very important. They count their pulse rate and record them on a data table.
First graders build a terrarium in order to observe animal and plant life dynamics. In this biology instructional activity, 1st graders compare how organisms survive in different environments. They write their observations and analysis in their journal.
Learners explore the evolution and features of bacteria through a series of activities. In this biology lesson, students collect data and graph bacterial growth. They design a brochure about bacteria's role in society.