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Ch 7: Chemistry of Living Systems

About This Chapter

Have your middle school students watch these exciting video lessons to educate them about the chemical composition of living systems. Use the transcripts to point out bolded keywords and concepts to your students.

Chemistry of Living Systems - Chapter Summary

Let your middle school students examine this chapter to enhance what they have been going over in class about chemistry and living systems. Easy-to-follow video lessons provide instruction about carbon, common elements found in living organisms, and information about the types and sizes of molecules. As an interactive learning platform, middle school students will have access to challenging quizzes and exams to measure their progress, and you can follow-up on their scores. In addition, students can get outside help by emailing pertinent questions to chapter instructors.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objectives
What Is Carbon? - Definition & Role in Living Organisms Students discover how carbon plays a pivotal role as one of the building blocks of living organisms and systems.
What Are Living Organisms Made Of? - Molecules & Functions This lesson identifies the 6 main elements that make up all living organisms.
Molecules in Living Organisms: Number & Size Here the instructor will count the amount of molecules in living organisms and notate the differences in size between types of molecules.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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