Diabetes

In this unit about Diabetes, learners will help Mosa solve the mystery of why Jaylene’s cells aren’t able to make energy when there is plenty of glucose around. Through this video mystery, as well as constructing a visual model of the diabetic pathway, learners will discover that humans not only need food nutrients to make energy, they also need a hormone called insulin to allow glucose to be used by cells. Learners will also consider steps forward to mitigate future diabetes rates and help those living with diabetes to adapt to their condition by engineering artificial insulin.

List3 Lessons

Lesson solveLesson 1: The Solve
  • Animated mystery
  • Vocabulary manipulative
  • Interactive quiz
  • Exit ticket
Lesson makeLesson 2: The Make
  • Hands-on lab
  • Fully prepared PowerPoint
  • Inquiry scale for differentiation
  • Lesson plan
  • Student guide
  • Graphic organizers
  • Setup cards
  • Assessment rubric
Lesson engineerLesson 3: The Engineer
  • Engineering challenge
  • Fully-prepared PowerPoint
  • Inquiry scale for differentiation
  • Lesson plan
  • Student guide
  • Graphic organizers
  • Assessment rubric
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