Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Chemical Compounds in Cells - Flipped - Section 3: Explore


Some of the students find this activity difficult while others move through it much more easily.  I lead the students through the activity, but I tell the students that they may work ahead if they understand what they are doing.  Students who work ahead are always able to slow down and work with me as I lead the class.  I make sure that I do not leave any students behind during the review, and I encourage the students to continue on ahead as they are ready.  I also continually check in with the students who are working ahead, to make sure they understand what they are doing.  Once the students who are working ahead have completed the first activity, they move along to the next activities.  I always make sure that there are activities and challenges for the students who are able to move ahead and do not allow 

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Chemical Compounds in Cells - Flipped

Unit 3: Cells
Lesson 6 of 12

Objective: SWBAT identify the connections between chemical compounds and cells.

Big Idea: This lesson helps students see the connections between chemistry and biology at the cellular level.

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