Writer's Workshop - Creating Children's Stories

Unit 3: Cell Energy
Lesson 5 of 8

Objective: SWBAT model the chemical process of photosynthesis and cellular respiration through the creation of a children's book.

Big Idea: Once upon a time . . . photosynthesis and cellular respiration came to life and captivated your imagination through vivid illustrations and detailed narrations created by your students.

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Science, Biology / Life Science, Photosynthesis, chloroplast, ATP Production, ATP (Bio), mitochondria, cellular respiration, models, Narrative Writing, glycolysis, Kreb Cycle, Calvin Cycle, fermentation
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