In our enzyme unit we offer a variety of enzyme worksheets and other enzyme activities. Check out our free enzyme worksheet and other resources below.
(download your enzyme worksheet… read below)
In the unit students complete the enzyme worksheet, enzyme lab and other enzyme activities so students will be able to label an enzyme, identify the factors that effect enzyme activity, perform a lab and report the results and draw conclusions using a formal lab report.
How is the unit structured?
When students enter the classroom they always ask or think “What are we doing today?”
Not in a USBT classroom!
Why? Because all of our units have a daily agenda that is made just for students. All you need to do is project the agenda. This is a major factor in helping you establish your procedures and expectations.
Bell ringers or warm ups are also included for every day of instruction. They are a little different each day and your students will always have an engaging activity to start class.
Enzyme Video Bell Ringer
For this unit, we open with an enzyme video. After watching the video introduction, students complete their enzyme notes. Every unit we have includes power point notes for the and guided notes for the students to complete while you go over the unit presentation.
Within our guided student notes, students are able to follow along and the class can still move at a reasonable pace.
On the enzyme worksheet students label an enzyme and interpret graphs related to enzyme activity.
Hands-on Enzyme Lab!
College Readiness Extension!
After the enzyme lab students can use our lab report rubric and guided template to produce a high quality lab report. Every year I have students come back to me and ask me for a copy of this guide so they can use it in their other classes to produce a lab report.