Macromolecule Lesson Plans

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Standards & Objectives

Academic standards
CLE 3001.3.3
Organize ideas into an essay with a thesis statement in the introduction, well constructed paragraphs, a conclusion, and transition sentences that connect...
CLE 3210.1.2
Distinguish among the structure and function of the four major organic macromolecules found in living things.
 
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Learning objectives: 
  • Students will be able to remember the four macromolecules.
  • Students will be able to remember important facts about each macromolecule.

Lesson Variations

Blooms taxonomy level: 
Understanding
Differentiation suggestions: 
  • Students who cannot read at a high school level can be shown pictures in the book that help explain the answer. Give these students less problems to complete, but they need to answer the questions about each macromolecule. Students with an IEP can take the handout home if they need extra time. 

Helpful Hints

Materials:

  • Class textbook
  • Photocopied worksheets
  • Pencils or pens

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