SEP LESSONS

SEPLessons.org has now closed.  We are in the process of moving the contents of that site to this site.  Below is a partial set of all of our lessons.  If any are missing or you would like access to one of the attachments, please contact sep.info@ucsf.edu and we will do our best to find that document. Sorry for any inconvenience,  – SEP
Alternative Energy Part I (lesson seven of eight) Alternative Energy Part II (lesson eight of eight) Amylase – Exploring digestion and evolution through a molecular machine Antigen switching in malaria Cleaning Water/ A 5th Grade Standards-Based Science Unit Comparison of Normal vs Mutant Zebrafish Embryos Conversion of energy into different forms (lesson two of eight) Demonstrating how to Conduct Controlled Investigations/ Example Using Sound Detecting Photosynthesis- Analyzing Other Scientists’ Data DNA structure and replication Do You Know Bamboo? Draw an Alien in its Natural Habitat Electromagnets (lesson four of eight) Energy Conversion in Electricity – Resistors and Circuits (lesson three of eight) Exploring chemical bonding Extract your own DNA from cheek cells Forensics Crime Lab Hands On With Cells – Using Slide Viewers and Microscopes | SEP LESSONS.pdf Heating Earth | SEP LESSONS.pdf How does an infectious disease spread? HIV simulation | SEP LESSONS.pdf How does the pH environment affect bioavailability of Iron? | SEP LESSONS.pdf Introducing Cells | SEP LESSONS.pdf Introducing Models to Elementary School Students | SEP LESSONS.pdf Mini Medical School – Hematology | SEP LESSONS.pdf Student Designed Investigations Part 4 – Poster Presentations/Science Fair | SEP LESSONS.pdf Testing for Lipids, Proteins and Carbohydrates | SEP LESSONS.pdf The energy of life in zebrafish (lesson six of eight) | SEP LESSONS.pdf The Lungs and Respiratory System | SEP LESSONS.pdf The Microbial World Around (and In!) Us | SEP LESSONS.pdf The power of observation | SEP LESSONS.pdf Understanding Air Pressure (a lesson series) | SEP LESSONS.pdf Understanding Germs (Bacteria, Viruses and Fungi) | SEP LESSONS.pdf Using wind-up toys and cars to understand energy and energy transfer | SEP LESSONS.pdf Wetland Ecosystems, Non-living and living components and Brine Shrimp | SEP LESSONS.pdf What Do Living Things Have In Common? | SEP LESSONS.pdf What factors affect the oxidation of apples? | SEP LESSONS.pdf What is a Living Thing, and How Does a Living Thing Respond to Its Environment? – Unit Overview | SEP LESSONS.pdf What is an atom? | SEP LESSONS.pdf What is Life? | SEP LESSONS.pdf What is matter? | SEP LESSONS.pdf What is the best brand of paper towel? | SEP LESSONS.pdf Which Soil Do Plants Like Best? – Part 1, Planting | SEP LESSONS.pdf Which Soil Do Plants Like Best? – Part 2, Collecting Data | SEP LESSONS.pdf