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Souders, Hannah – Science Teacher, 2018
Protein synthesis, involving such abstract concepts as "DNA," "RNA," "transcription," and "translation," is one of many biological processes too small to be seen by the naked eye. This combination of scientific jargon and sub-microscopic elements can make biology seem overwhelming to any student--but…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Genetics, Teaching Methods, English Language Learners
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Crawford, Christina; Beason-Abmayr, Beth; Eich, Elizabeth; Scott, Jamie; Nichol, Carolyn – Science Teacher, 2015
Viruses are all around--and within. They replicate inside the cells of living organisms. An estimated 1.6 million to 40 million of them occupy each cubic meter of the air people breathe. The activity described in this article helps students understand how the structure of a virus allows it to infect a specific set of organisms and cell types.…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Communicable Diseases, Biology, Active Learning