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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 78 Views 80 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Chemistry of Food
In this chemistry of food instructional activity, students complete 20 various types of questions related to food and nutrition. First, they complete a crossword puzzle with vocabulary terms. Then, students use the figure shown to write the appropriate terms from a list given in the spaces provided.
9th - 10th Science 14 Views 94 Downloads
Milk Makes Me Sick
High schoolers experiment with lactase to find out how milk sugar is broken down in the body. In this enzyme lesson, students use glucose strips to investigate the breakdown of lactose into glucose and galactose for milk digestion in the human body.
9th - 12th Science 3 Views 23 Downloads
In this chemistry worksheet, students identify and define various types of carbohydrates. Then they draw a Haworth projection representing monosaccharaides. Students also draw a Fischer projection to illustrate the structure of glucose.
9th - 10th Science 10 Views 52 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 20 Views 19 Downloads
Why Can’t I Have Sugar? All About Diabetes
Begin the lesson 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 41 Views 58 Downloads
AP: Chapter 9A: Respiration - Glycolysis
AP biologists aspire to respire with this activity. In it, they write short answers to 26 questions about cellular respiration. Topics addressed include the Kreb's cycle, fermentation, and more. Written as a chapter reading accompaniment, this assignment can be alternately used as a note-taking guide or review for an exam.
9th - Higher Ed Science 7 Views 20 Downloads
Graphing Glucose Tolerance Test Results.
Students graph glucose test results to compare between people with and without diabetes. In this investigative instructional activity students participate in activities that allow them to better understand diabetes and how to graph results.
7th - 11th Science 3 Views 5 Downloads
What Percentage of Your Brain Do You Use?
Have you heard that humans only use about 10 percent of their brains? Well, don't believe it! After describing the tremendous amount of energy needed to power our 86 billion densely packed neurons, the narrator also explains how our proficiency goes down as we try to tackle more than one task at a time.
5 mins 7th - 12th Science 11 Views 10 Downloads
Separating a Starch-Glucose Mixture Using Gel Filtration
Students experiment using the basic principles of gel filtration. They use the gel filtration technique for testing for the presence of specific substances. Students discover that starch is a larger molecule than glucose.
9th - 12th Science 3 Views 3 Downloads
Polymers and Crystals: Their Role in Food Science
Blend chemistry with cooking in this exploration of polymers, carbohydrates, and food science. Experimenting with gelatin produces concrete examples of the bonding and ploymerization discussed in the lesson. Copious, comprehensive teacher resource links are attached, so give yourself time (and don't give up!
10th - 12th 21st Century Skills 11 Views 10 Downloads
Magnify macromolecules for your biology class by having them answer these ten questions. They will define monomers and polymers, list monosaccharides, and analyze polysaccharides. In addition to assigning this to your biology class, you can also use it in a health class that is studying nutrition.
9th - Higher Ed Health 35 Views 97 Downloads
Organic Molecule Concept Map Review Sheet
Stretch the brains of your organic chemists with this amazing concept map. A list of 31 organic molecules is provided on one page, and a graphic organizer with empty boxes for each is provided on the second page. Unfortunately the photocopy of the concept map is not the most crisp, but the value of this exercise is not diluted.
9th - 12th Science 8 Views 23 Downloads
"Microscope Man" is the story of a microscopic adventurer who journeys through the interior of a cell. This is a clever approach to reviewing the structure of a plant cell! After reading the story, cell biologists answer questions in which they need to identify the organelles that Microscope Man encounters.
7th - 12th Science 28 Views 84 Downloads
Health: Digestive System 101
Colorful pictures and animation accompany a thorough explanation of the digestive process. Each anatomical part of the digestive system is explained as well as the chemical signals that are affiliated with digestion and absorption. Connect digestion with nutrition and anatomy in this video.
5 mins 9th - 12th Science 6 Views 5 Downloads
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 24 Views 88 Downloads