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Anticipatory Set for Photosynthesis

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Daniel Reyes

on 17 April 2017

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Transcript of Anticipatory Set for Photosynthesis

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Content Standard
Subject Area: Biology
Grade Level: 9-10
Content Standard: Energy in the Earth System
4. Energy enters the Earth system primarily as solar radiation and eventually escapes as heat. As a basis for understanding this concept:
Students know the fate of incoming solar radiation in terms of reflection, absorption, and photosynthesis.
The "Hook"
YouTube Video
Multimedia Presentation
Vocabulary Flash Cards with Illustrations
Content Vocabulary

Anticipatory Set for Photosynthesis
Rosa Vargas
EDSU 533
Professor Menshew

How do plants obtain food?
Why is the process of photosynthesis vital to other living things? (Humans, animals, insects)
What is a reactant and what is a product?
Can humans survive without plants? Why or why not?

Directions: Students will use 4 index cards to write down the vocabulary word and definition for each vocabulary word on one side. Then students will draw a picture on the other side illustrating a visual representation of the word.
Photosynthesis: The synthesis of compounds in plants aided by solar energy
Autotroph: An organism capable of synthesizing its own food
Reactant: A chemical substance present at the start of a process
Product: A chemical substance present at the end of a process
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