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Photosynthesis (Middle School Level)

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Abby Samuels

on 11 March 2016

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Transcript of Photosynthesis (Middle School Level)

Food for Thought
Photosynthesis
Post-Recipe Questions
Recipe for Photosynthesis
Scientific Journal Entry


Describe the differences between how animals get food and how plants get food.
Circle of Life
Photosynthesis
During photosynthesis, plants absorb energy from the sun and use this energy to convert carbon dioxide and water into sugar and oxygen.
What did the Sunny D represent?

What did the carbonated water represent?

Why is the photosynthesis recipe sweet?

In what organelle does photosynthesis occur?
Do animals have this organelle?


Ingredients: What do we start with?

Directions:
How does photosynthesis happen? What are the steps?

Recipe Makes: What do we get at the end of photosynthesis?

Empty Box- related picture or photosynthesis equation
Ms. Samuels
Are plants producers or consumers?
New terms:
Autotroph
Photosynthesis
Producers/
Plants
Eaten by..
????
Eaten by...
Carnivores
Decompose
Abiotic material
returns to soil
Nearly all living things obtain energy directly or indirectly from the energy stored in plants!
Light Energy + C02 + H20
C6H1206 + O2
Carbon dioxide
water
sugar (glucose)
oxygen
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