Active Transport Bundle
Need a lesson for tomorrow? My active transport bundle is here for you. Interactive Google Slides, beautifully illustrated Doodle Notes and a self-grading Google Forms Quiz – all ready to use!
Ready to use resources for your active transport lesson!
This cell transport process is brought to life with interactive Google Slides tasks, including a text passage, true or false questions and a comparison to facilitated diffusion. There are more challenging examples of active transport, including the sodium-potassium pump and cotransport of glucose, making this digital INB suitable for High School and AP Biology courses. These are zero prep activities – just assign and let students work independently.
Once students have completed the slides, the Doodle Notes are a wonderful review activity or homework. Plus, a self-grading Google Forms Quiz lets you easily assess student progress. Images are used to support questions and increase engagement.
All answers are included, along with handy teacher guides so you know how to use these activities in your classroom.
My Active Transport Lesson Bundle includes:
- Student Google Slides Activities: 20 slides of engaging activities, including:
- highlighting text
- true or false statements
- comparison to facilitated diffusion
- sodium-potassium pump storyboard
- challenging questions
- plus more!
- Note: one of the activities has two versions for differentiation
- Answer Slides: animated for going through with the whole class, or you can set them on Google Classroom for students to check and correct their own work.
- Google Forms Quiz: a self-grading 10 point quiz to let you easily check student progress. Images are used to support some of the questions.
- Doodle Notes: 2 pages of engaging Doodle Notes, perfect for reviewing content – there are 6 versions, including black and white, color, scaffolded, and a fewer doodles version, plus a completed example.
- Teacher Guidance: how to assign and use each resource.
- Definition of active transport
- Requirements of active transport
- Diagrams of active transport
- Examples of active transport including plant roots
- The sodium-potassium pump – as an example of active transport (suitable for High School and AP Biology courses)
- Cotransport of glucose – as an example of secondary active transport
- Endocytosis and exocytosis
- Comparison to osmosis and diffusion (summary Venn diagram in DINB)
How do I use this bundle of resources?
- After checkout, you can immediately download your resources
- You’ll click the links in the PDF to make copies of the Google Slides and Quiz for your own Google Drive
- Simply assign these to your students on Google Classroom
- You’ll open the Doodle Notes ZIP file to see all of the versions of the Doodle Notes
- Pick which version you want students to complete and print one set for each student
And that’s it – your lesson prep is done!
Please note: This resource is a digital download – no physical product will be shipped. To assign the Google Slides and Quiz, you need a Google Classroom. Your students need their own device and an internet connection. There is a link to a YouTube video – please ensure YouTube is not restricted by your school. Most clipart and questions are secured and cannot be edited. The answers can be edited. My Doodle Notes are secure PDF files and are not editable. Doodle Notes is a trademarked term used with permission. Please visit doodlenotes.org for more info.
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