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UnitLessonAnimation (A) / Live (L)Remote
(if blank, same as In-Person)
In-Person
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Photosynthesis 1AStudent Guide (includes student agenda and vocabulary handout)online
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Photosynthesis 1APhotosynthesis Episodeonline
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Photosynthesis 1AComputer with speakers
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Photosynthesis 1AScissors 1 per student or share30 scissors; online vocabulary cards available as well
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Photosynthesis 1AGlue or Tape 1 per student or share30 glue sticks; online vocabulary cards available as well
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Photosynthesis 1LComputer for student use (all video recordings for the lesson will be provided for students)Video Clip of news story
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Photosynthesis 1LVideo Clip of news storyStudent Guide
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Photosynthesis 1LVideo of celery experiment for remote useComputer with speakers (for projecting video) or headphones (for student viewing on laptops)
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Photosynthesis 1LOne blank diagram of photosynthesis in a tree diagram
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Photosynthesis 1LFresh-cut celery stalks with leaves: If doing this as a demonstration 1 fresh cut stalk and each of the materials listed below/if doing in student groups - 1 fresh cut stalk per student group of 4-6 students and 1 of each of the materials listed below per student group
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Photosynthesis 1LFood coloring
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Photosynthesis 1LWater, paper towels
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Photosynthesis 1LScissors
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Photosynthesis 1L2 magnifying lenses
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Photosynthesis 1L2 500-mL beakers or jars
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Photosynthesis 1LMaterials per 4-6 student group:
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Photosynthesis2Computer for student use (all video recordings for the lesson will be provided for students)2 spinach leaves Note: Soak spinach leaves in water overnight to improve results.
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Photosynthesis2One 5-inch piece of straw (plastic) OR hole puncher
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Distilled water for solutions: Depending upon size of beaker being used. 1 gallon (3785.41 mL) will fill 15 - 250mL beakers; 1 gallon will fill 25 150mL beakers; 1 gallon will fill 75 50mL beakersNewly updated
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Photosynthesis21 box baking sodaSolution: 0.2% baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) and 1 drop soap: Mix 20.4 g of baking soda to 1000 mL of distilled
water. Add 7 drops of dish detergent to the solution and stir gently, being sure to not
create any bubbles.
● Pour 110 mL of the solution into 150-mL beakers or medium plastic cups for distribution
to table groups.
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Photosynthesis21 bottle dish soap
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Photosynthesis2syringe, 60 mL (no needle) - 1 per 4-6 student group60mL Syringes - no needle
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Photosynthesis21 non-transparent, plastic cup large enough to fit over the small beakers or small box (i.e. a
Solo cup )
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Photosynthesis21 light lamp
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Photosynthesis2Paper towels - 1 roll - 3 sheets per group for cleanup
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Photosynthesis3If teaching this lesson remotely, students will submit an experimental design for their plan for testing optimal light conditions for Elodea oxygen output.Prepared and distributed by teacher:
Baking soda solution for protocols not using indicator (a pinch or two of baking soda in the test tube water of Elodea helps the oxygen-producing reaction go forward)
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Photosynthesis3Phenol Red OR Bromothymol Blue
Note: To prepare a dilute solution of phenol red or Bromothymol Blue to be a carbon dioxide
indicator, add enough indicator to solution so that it can still be detected by the naked eye.
No need to add much more.
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Photosynthesis3blank paper, pencils
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Photosynthesis3light source(s)
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Photosynthesis3choice of equipment for protocol design
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Photosynthesis3test tube
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Photosynthesis3beaker
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Photosynthesis3ring stand
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Photosynthesis3clamp
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Photosynthesis3cm-ruler
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Photosynthesis3funnel
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Photosynthesis3Distilled water: Depending upon size of beaker being used. 1 gallon (3785.41 mL) will fill 15 - 250mL beakers; 1 gallon will fill 25 150mL beakers; 1 gallon will fill 75 50mL beakersNewly Updated
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Photosynthesis31 8-cm sprig of Elodea canadensis (aquarium plant)Elodea plant
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Photosynthesis3student handout for each student in group.
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Food Webs1Student Guide (includes student agenda and vocabulary handout)online
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Food Webs1Food Webs Episodeonline
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Food Webs1Computer with speakersn/a
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Food Webs1Scissors30 scissors; online vocabulary cards available as well
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Food Webs1Glue or Tape30 glue sticks; online vocabulary cards available as well
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Food Webs1Index Cards
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Food Webs2Student Handout (one per student)Team size: 3 members suggested (10 student teams)online
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Food Webs2One “Web Background” Handout (located in the Student handout)online or include 10 team copies
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Food Webs2One “Organisms” Handout (located in the Student handout)online or include 10 team copies
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Food Webs2Colored Pencils or Crayons
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Food Webs2Scissors
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Food Webs2Glue
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Food Webs3Student handoutStudent teams of 3 (10 student teams/class)
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Food Webs3blank papern/a
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Food Webs3markers, colored pencils
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Food Webs3construction papern/a
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Food Webs3cardboardn/a
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Food Webs3glue
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Food Webs3scissors
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Food Webs3poster papern/a
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Atoms & Molecules1AStudent Guide (includes student agenda and vocabulary handout)online
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Atoms & Molecules1AAtoms & Molecules Episodeonline
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Atoms & Molecules1AComputer with speakersn/a
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Atoms & Molecules1AScissors - 1 per student/share30 scissors; online vocabulary cards available as well
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Atoms & Molecules1AGlue or Tape - 1 per student/share30 glue sticks; online vocabulary cards available as well
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Atoms & Molecules1LVideo Clip 1
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Atoms & Molecules1LVideo Clip 2
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Atoms & Molecules1LStudent Guide
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Atoms & Molecules1LComputer with speakers (for projecting video) or headphones (for student viewing on laptops)
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Atoms & Molecules1LColored pencils
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Atoms & Molecules1LInteractive Periodic Table of Elements
Note: A printed copy of this interactive table is located in Appendix A (Atoms Chart)
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Atoms & Molecules2Student GuideEvery Student/himself or herselfonline
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Atoms & Molecules2scissors for each student
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Atoms & Molecules2glue sticks for each student
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Tape dispenser for each table group
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Atoms & Molecules2poster papern/a
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Atoms & Molecules2markers, pencils, colored pencils
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Atoms & Molecules2access to research materials or computersn/a
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Atoms & Molecules3Option 1Regular and colored pencils, erasers
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Atoms & Molecules3Option 1Research resources (computers or books)
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Atoms & Molecules3Option 1Student Guide
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Atoms & Molecules3Option 1Element Character card printed on card stock
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Atoms & Molecules3Option 1Appendix A: Element suggestions
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Atoms & Molecules3Option 1Appendix B: Periodic Table of Elements
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Atoms & Molecules3Option 1Appendix C: Suggested Websites for Research
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Atoms & Molecules3Option 1Appendix D: Examples
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Atoms & Molecules3Option 2Regular and colored pencils, erasers
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Atoms & Molecules3Option 2Blank sheets for sketches (8.5 x 11)
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Atoms & Molecules3Option 2Construction paper and markers (for final prototype design)