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Who Took Jerell's iPod? ~ An Organic Compound Mystery
Within the setting of a crime scene investigation, biochemistry beginners analyze organic compounds as a means of determining "Who dunnit." They use a brown paper test for lipids, glucose test strips and iodine to identify carbohydrates, and Biuret reagent for proteins.
7th - 12th Science 28 Views 118 Downloads
Blood Sugar Levels
Use this video to explain how Diabetes affects insulin production. Processing glucose is the main concept explained in this resource. It gives valuable details about the regular, pre, and post-meal normal levels of blood sugar concentration, and how they are affected over time by the different levels of insulin generated in diabetics.
9 mins 10th - 12th Science 11 Views 11 Downloads
Diffusion across a Selectively Permeable Membrane
Lab groups fill a section of dialysis tubing with glucose and starch solutions and suspend it in a water bath. They use iodine as a starch indicator and a glucose test strip to find out if either of the materials crossed the selectively permeable membrane into the water.
7th - Higher Ed Science 13 Views 57 Downloads
If your students need more information about diabetes measurements, this video will be very useful. Sal explains the correlation between glucose and hemoglobin and resulting bonds that affect the levels of Hemoglobin AC1 (hemoglobin AC1) in the blood.
6 mins 10th - 12th Science 3 Views 6 Downloads
Why Can’t I Have Sugar? All About Diabetes
Begin the lesson plan by having your class write what they know about diabetes. They learn through a skit how the body metabolizes glucose. A visual representation of the two types of diabetes is displayed, and then learners participate in role-playing patients with diabetes and their doctors.
7th - 12th Science 31 Views 56 Downloads
Who Killed the Flowers?
This could be really good, or it could be really bad! The crime to be solved is, "Who went pee in the flowerpot?" Given four imitation urine samples, young chemists or crime scene investigators perform pH, glucose, and turbidity tests to uncover the perpetrator.
7th - 12th Science 18 Views 19 Downloads
Fractions and Chemistry
In this fractions in chemistry worksheet, students solve 2 problems where they state all the answers as simple fractions or integers. They determine ratios of molecules in gasoline and they find ratio of molecules in the creation of glucose in plants.
8th - 10th Science 3 Views 21 Downloads
A Chemical Balancing Act
Students decompose glucose and write an equation for the reaction. In this decomposition reaction lesson plan, students burn a sample of glucose and test the products for water using cobalt chloride paper. They write a balanced equation for the decomposition of glucose and answer 3 analysis questions.
9th - 12th Science 3 Views 8 Downloads
Solubility Rule - Like Dissolves Like
Students administer and experiment to identify the difference(s) between miscible and immiscible liquids and observe and descriptively record what type of mixture results. They describe and explain what chages take place over a period of time.
10th - 11th Science 3 Views 19 Downloads
What Happens in Type One Diabetes
This is an effective visual illustration of what is happening in the bodies of individuals who have either type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Using simple symbols and language, these two videos summarize the key concepts of the pancreas' inability to produce the insulin that allows for proper cell absorption of glucose.
2 mins 7th - 10th Health 3 Views 1 Download CCSS: Adaptable
Introduction to Cellular Respiration
See chemical formulas and notes written out on a Smart Board as cellular respiration is explained. The role of glucose and the process of glycolysis enter into the conversation, as well as the Kreb's cycle. This resource would work well in an upper-level biology, chemistry, or anatomy class.
14 mins 9th - 12th Science 3 Views 0 Downloads
Got Lactase? The Co-Evolution of Genes and Culture
Does the human body evolve as quickly as human culture? With a stellar 15-minute video, explore the trait of lactose intolerance. Only about 1/3 of human adults seem to still have the enzyme lactase and therefore, the ability to digest lactose.
8th - 12th Science 8 Views 7 Downloads
The Simple Story of Photosynthesis and Food
Meet adorable animated chloroplasts as they, with the help of the sun, produce glucose. In this four-minute feature, viewers learn how carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, and electrons are combined to form carbohydrates. The narrator also explains how glucose is broken down in our bodies into ATP, which we use as energy.
4 mins 4th - 8th Science 61 Views 67 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Nature's Smallest Factory: The Calvin Cycle
The two-step process of photosynthesis is explained to your high school biologists with a focus on the Calvin cycle. Using adorable animation, the cycle is likened to a tiny, sustainable factory. Even though the enzyme-bird rubisco and the enzyme-cat NADPh work the factory in this cartoon, the chemical reactions are each explained in splendid detail.
6 mins 8th - 12th Science 3 Views 1 Download
Catering Middle-School Science: Monomers, Polymers, and Macromolecules
Students investigate foods. In this biology lesson plan, students will conduct testing on different types of foods as they learn about different molecules that make them up. Students will also learn about the shapes of the molecules.
7th - 8th Science 17 Views 84 Downloads
Jeopardy: 1st Semester Biology Review
Review general biology concepts with this fun version of Jeopardy. There are actually two separate games within this set of slides. The first covers scientific method, ecology, properties of water, and enzymes, while the second covers macromolecules, cell structure, genetics, and more!
9th - 12th Science 4 Views 53 Downloads