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  1.   Protein Synthesis and Words
Time: 1 class period Preparation Time: 5-10 minutes photocopying cards 10-15 minutes cutting out cards Materials: 20 DNA Template Cards 64 Anti-Codon Cards (folded so words are not visible until the cards are picked up) Protein Synthesis Overhead Protein Synthesis and Words Answer Key Abstract During this lesson students learn about the roles of the mRNA, ribosomes, tRNA and how the cells synthesize proteins. Students simulate parts of a cell to learn about the process of protein synthesis. Objectives Students will be able to:- 1. Explain the roles...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  2.   Protein Factory
Genetics Box My Science Box hands-on science curriculum for the adventurous teacher Ecology Watersheds Geology Tectonics Physiology Genetics Exploratorium Drop Box About Home » Author » Irene Salter 6. Protein Factory - Lesson Plan Lesson Plan 1. Begin class with a secret DNA message for the students to decode (see assessment section of the Secret Codes lesson). 2. Review the steps of the protein synthesis process: 1) DNA is transcribed into messenger RNA and 2) the RNA is translated into a sequence of amino acids based on 3 nucleo...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  3.   The Coding of Protein Molecules By D.N.A.
The Coding of Protein Molecules By D.N.A. Glenn, Georgia S. Bogan High School 838-5080 Objectives: Use paper models to demonstrate how DNA controls protein synthesis. Use paper models to show the role of mRNA in protein synthesis. Use paper models to show the role of tRNA in protein synthesis. Apparatus needed: Paper models to represent the follow...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   Constructing a Protein Sentence
Constructing a Protein Sentence Description Students will utilize their knowledge of RNA transcription and translation in order to make a protein. They will use a DNA template (portion of the DNA that will code for the protein) to determine the m-RNA and t-RNA sequences for that protein. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards SC.F.2.4.2 The stu...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  5.   Breaking the Code: Protein Synthesis
Description The goal or purpose of this lesson/lab activity is to begin instruction on the various processes of the cell, specifically protein synthesis, and to help students understand how the cell decodes and translates the message in DNA to make a protein. This goal will be achieved through an activity in which the students will simulate the steps of protein synthesis by first decoding a secret message (similar to how the cell takes the code message from DNA to m...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   Protein Synthesis in the Cell
...esources, you must register now. Registration is simple, safe, and free. For more information: Learn about our online Professional Development Courses, or review our Privacy Policy. If you still have questions, please contact us. NSDLNSDL users sign in here Recommended for: Grades 9-12 Lesson Plan: Protein Synthesis in the Cell Lesson Standards Overview In this activity, students explore how a cell uses information from the DNA in its nucleus to produce the proteins that help determine the traits of an organism a process called protein synthesis. Students begin by learning what DNA is, what it looks like, and where it is locate...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  7.   Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis
TLCF Grade 10 Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis TABLE OF CONTENTS NDEN Home TLCF Links Page Standards Alignment Links Page Nucleis Acids and Protein Synthesis (You Are leaves Here) DNA Project Scoring Rubric Grade 10 Multimedia Project Scoring Rubric Project Topics Class Participation Scoring Grade 10 Nucleis Acids and Protein Synthesis Nucleis Acids and Protein...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   Protein Synthesis With Words
Protein synthesis with words This activity is aimed at helping students understand protein synthesis, DNA, mRNA, tRNA, ribosomes, and mutations by using words. A lesson plan for grades 9 - 12 Science By Bert Wartski Learn more Related pages Foothills Equestrian Nature Center (FENCE): Learn about nature, hike the trails, and do some b...
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  9.   DNA Model and Protein Synthesis
DNA Model and Protein Synthesis Teacher: Christine Petit Subject: Genetics Grade Level(s): 9 10 11 12 Target Audience: Biology I & II Materials Needed: wide tip markers, computer paper tear strips, 16 ga. wire, adhesive tape, white glue, toothpicks, paper, post-it note sheets Class Time: 2-3 55 minute class periods Brief Summary: Students build a...
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  10.   All Aboard for Protein Synthesis
All Aboard for Protein Synthesis Description Students walk through the process of transcription and translation to demonstrate and understand protein synthesis. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards SC.F.2.4.2 The student knows that every cell contains a `blueprint` coded in DNA molecules that specify how proteins are assembled to regulate cel...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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