CellularRespiration Mrs. Michele Glover Greenbrier Middle School 7th Grade Science firstname.lastname@example.org
Overview STANDARDS LEARNING EXPECTATIONS 3.2 Distinguish between photosynthesis and respiration. 3.3 Describe the movement of oxygen and carbon dioxide between living things and the environment. ASSESSMENT Charting the responses to the fact or fiction cards in small groups. IMPLEMENTATION Students will share prior knowledge using fact or fiction cards. Then, students will be working in pairs researching questions relating to respiration using the internet. Developer Page
REFERENCES AND CREDITS • http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cellular_respiration • www.tx.essortment.com/cellularrespira_rmpr.htm • www.worsleyschool.net/science/files/photosynthesis/page.html • www.citruscollege.edu/apps/pub.asp?Q=811&T=Tutoring%20services&B=4 • http://www.ftexploring.com/links/respiration.html • Summer Academy of Science • Tennessee’s Next Generation Tools for Teaching Standards Developer Page
Student Materials • Fact or Fiction Cards • Questions for research • Internet sites for questions • Scientist Notebook • Pencil • Computer • Exit ticket
Your Mission • You will need to begin with small group debate on whether or not the information cards relating to respiration are fact or fiction. Record your answers in your scientist notebook. • Then, we will use the computer lab to work in pairs to research and record the questions and answers. Use the websites listed in your research. • We will come back together in small groups to chart the fact or fiction cards. Be ready to be able to support your view using your research. Your Questions Your Internet The Big Question
Your Questions 1. Where does cellular respiration take place? 2. Why is the term “powerhouse” used to describe this organelle? 3. Can cellular respiration occur in plant and animal cells? Explain. 4. What are the chemical formulas for carbon dioxide, water, glucose, and oxygen? 5. What role does photosynthesis have in cellular respiration? 6. Compare breathing and cellular respiration. 7. What is the chemical equation for cellular respiration?
Your Internet Places Use these internet sites to investigate your questions: • http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cellular_respiration • www.tx.essortment.com/cellularrespira_rmpr.htm • www.worsleyschool.net/science/files/photosynthesis/page.html • www.citruscollege.edu/apps/pub.asp?Q=811&T=Tutoring%20services&B=4 • http://www.ftexploring.com/links/respiration.html Your Search Your Questions The Big Question
The Big Question • How would you take these chemical formulas and arrange them in the correct position to complete the cellular respiration equation? Show your completed equation on your exit ticket. • Use the following to complete: 6H2O, +, 6CO2, 6O2, energy, +, C6H12O6, +, and Your Search Your Questions Your Internet