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Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Story/Comic built by alesialake21

Rubric Code: CX9X77W
Students create a children's story or comic strip based to describe their understanding of the connection between photosynthesis and CR and how energy flows through this processes.
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Categories: Subjects: Biology  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Process of Photosynthesis
25 pts
Process of Cellular Respiration
25 pts
Connection between PHOTO + CR
25 pts
25 pts
Process of Photosynthesis

-Includes the raw reactants and how they enter the plant.

-Identifies the original energy source.

-Includes organelle photosynthesis takes place.

-Describes the chemical processes of the light dependent and independent reactions, what they yield as products and include the following terms:
-ATP -NADH -Glucose
-O2 -CO2
-Describes the fate of glucose-where does it go next?
Process of Cellular Respiration

Lists the inputs/reactants of CR and their sources.

Traces the path of how glucose is broken down as it goes through the 3 steps of cellular respiration.

-Identifies the correct locations for each process of CR.

-how much ATP each process yields
-the major energy and electron carrying molecules and their function.
Connection between PHOTO + CR

-Includes the inputs and outputs for both photosynthesis and cellular respiration.

-Clearly describes the connection between the two process by describing the formation of glucose, the roles of reactants, and importance of products produced.

-Shows how products and reactants of both processes are recycled through a biological system.

-Writing is neat and grammatically correct.

-Information is written in students own words.

-Illustrations are colorful.

-Story or comic concept shows creativity.

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