How Do Biological Organisms Use Energy?

This minds-on discussion/worksheet activity is designed to help students understand the basic principles of how biological organisms use energy, with a focus on the roles of ATP and cellular respiration.  The overview developed by this activity provides a useful introduction to cellular respiration and an important conceptual background for students who will be learning the complex specifics of cellular respiration. 

The first attached file has the Student Handout and the second attached file has the Teacher Notes which include background information and an optional activity "Sports Physiology – Energy".

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iwaldron's picture

2013 revision

The 2013 revision of this activity has clarified explanations and questions in the Student Handout and background information and an optional additional activity "Sports Physiology – Energy" in the Teacher Notes.

zulkifli simatupang's picture

biology

information on the website is very helpful to me and my wife in preparing to teach biology, thank you.

Jody Barr's picture

Biology

First question in the handout states that "opposite charges repel"...that should be "like charges repel".

iwaldron's picture

Error in Student Handout Fixed

Thank you so much for letting me know about this error. I have posted a corrected student handout.

Thanks again,

Ingrid

Gamal Sherif's picture

ADP+P=ATP

Thank you so much. This is very clear and well-organized. We're just finishing up plant growth in which teams of students chose independent variables and recorded data. We're also comparing photosynthesis and respiration.

The "misconceptions" resources are well-organized.

Thanks again.
Gamal

Serendip Visitor's picture

biology

this is an awesome website..... thank you, thank you, thank you

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