Collection of projects in Biology. Includes topics such as cells, DNA, Genetics, Mitosis, Meiosis, Human Body, Evolution and Ecology.

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Students create a Powerpoint presentation about one organism from each of the five kingdoms. This file includes the directions and rubric.
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Water Drop Project

by Janet Pinto

This unit is intended to help students discover the microorganisms that live in water. They will learn the structures and life functions of protists and recognize the similarities between them and multicellular organisms. The project is a "learn by teaching" activity for the high school students who will be teaching this information to elementary students.
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Food Web Project

by Janet Pinto

Students create a poster illustrating and describing three separate food webs that represent a marine, freshwater and terrestrial ecosystem.
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Day 6: Biome Project Guideline

by Micki Halsey Randall

Guideline for developing the final product for the biome project.
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Day 6: Biome Project Rubric

by Micki Halsey Randall

Scoring Rubric for the biome project.
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Project: Science in Songs

by Virginia Malone

This is a short take home project, requiring students to ask science related questions about song lyrics. I reserve the right to approve the songs the students choose.
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A rubric for their written report would be helpful in making visible those invisible expectations. It was created as an assessment for a Science Video Project, but can used with other science projects.
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Project: Edible Cell

by Robert Lucas

In this project, students make a cell, including organelles, out of edible materials. This folder contains a rubric and student planning worksheet. This resource is part of the Developing Biology course which contains units on Microscopes; Biochemistry; Cells; Cellular Transport; DNA; Photosynthesis and Respiration; Mitosis and Meiosis; Genetics; and Evolution.
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Video Rubric

by science28 panama

A rubric to help the students make visible our invisible expectations. It was created as an assessment for a Science Video Project, but can be modified for use with other video projects.
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A rubric to help students in making visible our invisible expectations.
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Students create a brochure or manual advertising and explaining the class's microscopes. This resource was origininally posted at teacherslounge.editme.com by Ms. Frizzle.
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Over the course of this unit, students will collaboratively research, organize, and develop fact sheets on a variety of animals to be included in a virtual zoo. Various technology tools will be used in this process.
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Mitosis flip book

by Jamie Lovitt

This is a very cool assignment that helps the students "see" the phases of mitosis (and the larger cell cycle). It is project based, which helps with classroom management! The essence of the flip book is that the students draw the changes happening very slowly on the different pages of the book, so that when the pages are flipped through, the Cell Cycle happens seamlessly! The students love it.
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