Never Too Old For A Story - Sharing Our Children's Books

Unit 3: Cell Energy
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT present their creative writing short stories that review the process of photosynthesis or cellular respiration. The presentations will model the two chemical processes and review the transformation of energy in each reaction.

Big Idea: Your never too old for story time! Students will share their scientific children's stories with their class as they show off their creative writing talents and review for the upcoming assessment.

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Science, Biology / Life Science, Photosynthesis, cellular respiration, Creative Writing, children's stories, class presentations
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