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In my lessons students start with the small stuff and move out to the big stuff. This means the basic units of life are the foundation of the class. Starting with DNA and cells, students learn what makes up living organisms and how they interact. Having the ability to see and explore how DNA is transcribed and translated into proteins and looking at real living single-celled organisms will help my students make connections with what we learn from the text. Bringing words to models on a large scale allows my students to have a more concrete understanding of how the microscopic elements of life work to keep organisms functioning. Having hands on labs and seeing living organisms that are only one cell gives my students a chance to see things they may only see in my science classroom. They can bring science from their reading and notes into real life and make the connection that everything we talk about in class happens in and around them all the time.

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In my lessons students start with the small stuff and move out to the big stuff. This means the basic units of life are the foundation of the class. Starting with DNA and cells, students learn what makes up living organisms and how they interact. Having the ability to see and explore how DNA is transcribed and translated into proteins and looking at real living single-celled organisms will help my students make connections with what we learn from the text. Bringing words to models on a large scale allows my students to have a more concrete understanding of how the microscopic elements of life work to keep organisms functioning. Having hands on labs and seeing living organisms that are only one cell gives my students a chance to see things they may only see in my science classroom. They can bring science from their reading and notes into real life and make the connection that everything we talk about in class happens in and around them all the time.

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