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Transport processes Teacher Resources
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Students study the occupation of truck driving and transportation. In this transportation lesson, students identify an item that was transported to the classroom. Students identify key elements in the transportation process and listen to a story about a product getting to their classroom.
Two terrific slide shows are included in this biology resource. The first covers the organelles and general structure of both plant and animal cells. It even explains the cell memebrane proteins: receptors, markers, and channel proteins. The second features cell transport processes. Almost all of the colorful diagrams are clear and offer plenty of detail. There is even an animation demonstrating diffusion. Use this as a support to your lessons on the cell in your high school biology class.
Second graders explore different farm machines. In this farm lesson, 2nd graders discover the importance of farmers, and crops. Students discuss healthy eating and how crops are packaged. Students read books about farms and how bread is made. Students create posters to promote farm equipment.
Here is a chapter review of viruses and bacteria. Biology stars fill in the blanks about the structure, life cycle, and diseases caused by such microbes. The formatting attempts to follow an outline format, but is not particularly neat and has some gaps of open space. Some of the space is intentionally provided in a couple of instances for learners to draw different cycles.
Students examine the effectiveness of road safety organizations. In this road safety lesson, students identify three road safety watch agencies that aid truck drivers to keep them safe. They look at the skills that truck drivers gain through safety training, and finally, they research other road safety organizations. They write and present a 500 word essay based on their research.