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Ch 4: Cellular Respiration Lesson Plans & Activities

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Cellular Respiration Lesson Plans & Activities - Chapter Summary

Our instructors present a variety of activities and lesson plans related to cellular respiration in this informative chapter. This chapter includes lesson plans, projects, activities and games on a several science topics, such as:

  • Glycolysis
  • The steps and products of the Krebs cycle
  • Yeast fermentation
  • Lactic acid fermentation, its equation and products

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14 Lessons in Chapter 4: Cellular Respiration Lesson Plans & Activities
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Cellular Respiration: Energy Transfer in Cells

1. Cellular Respiration: Energy Transfer in Cells

Watch this short video to learn the basics about converting organic compounds into ATP, also known as cellular respiration. We'll look at an overview of the process.

Cellular Respiration Activities & Games

2. Cellular Respiration Activities & Games

Cellular respiration is an important process in biology, but has a lot of steps for students to learn about. Make it easier for your students by teaching through the use of activities and games. Check out these ideas.

Cellular Respiration Projects

3. Cellular Respiration Projects

Cellular respiration doesn't have to be taught as a lecture. We can involve students in projects instead. Here are some ideas for simple cellular respiration projects you can use in your classroom.

Glycolysis Lesson Plan

4. Glycolysis Lesson Plan

Your students have a lot to learn and grasp when learning about glycolysis. They will enjoy this learning process and easily grasp the concepts as they watch a video, create a flip book and complete a worksheet.

Glycolysis Pathway: Steps, Products & Importance

5. Glycolysis Pathway: Steps, Products & Importance

Cellular respiration creates chemical energy in the form of ATP from the food we eat and the air we breathe. In this lesson, we'll learn about the first part of this process, glycolysis.

Krebs Cycle Lesson Plan

6. Krebs Cycle Lesson Plan

The cells in our bodies rely on the Krebs cycle to create energy from the food we eat. Students will learn about this process as they watch a video, create and solve crossword puzzles, fill in a Krebs cycle diagram, and take a quiz.

The Citric Acid (Krebs) Cycle: Products and Steps

7. The Citric Acid (Krebs) Cycle: Products and Steps

In this lesson, we return to the process of cellular respiration for the second act of creating energy from food. In this act, products from glycolysis feed into the next stage, the citric acid cycle.

Mitochondria Lesson Plan

8. Mitochondria Lesson Plan

Our cells depend very heavily on mitochondria to produce energy. The video lesson, mitochondria design activity and worksheet will provide an interesting way for your students to learn about mitochondria.

Yeast Fermentation Lesson Plan

9. Yeast Fermentation Lesson Plan

How can you teach your students about how alcohol is created? In this lesson plan, you will have a video and activities that explain how yeast fermentation is used to make alcohol.

Yeast Fermentation: Using Fermentation to Make Alcohol

10. Yeast Fermentation: Using Fermentation to Make Alcohol

Without microbiology, you wouldn't be able to enjoy a refreshing adult beverage after work. In this lesson, we will examine the role of yeast in alcohol production.

Lactic Acid Fermentation Lesson Plan

11. Lactic Acid Fermentation Lesson Plan

Do you need a fun way to teach your students about lactic acid fermentation? Use this lesson plan for an engaging video and activity so your students can learn how lactic acid fermentation happens in our muscles.

Cellular Respiration Lesson Plan

12. Cellular Respiration Lesson Plan

This lesson plan is designed to help you introduce the concept of cellular respiration with a Study.com video and reinforce key concepts through discussion and an exciting activity. Find quiz questions and related lessons to round out the unit.

Lactic Acid Fermentation: Definition, Products & Equation

13. Lactic Acid Fermentation: Definition, Products & Equation

In this lesson, we'll be looking at the process of lactic acid fermentation. This is a crucial part of our muscles' ability to regenerate after being worked out too hard. You'll also learn about the products of this process and even its equation. Then you can test your knowledge with a quiz!

Mitochondria Project Ideas

14. Mitochondria Project Ideas

It is time for your students to learn about mitochondria. Projects are a great way to help your students get a thorough understanding of all the aspects of mitochondria that they are being taught.

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