Active Transport Doodle Diagrams

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Author: Bethany Lau

This set of guided notes with biology doodles can be little anchor charts for your student to keep in their notebook! Using these pages, students can color, doodle, and make connections within the material as they takes notes in class.

These pages help students understand the concepts of primary active transport and secondary active transport.

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There are three doodle diagram pages:

1. Primary Active Transport: This page has a comic-strip-style diagram to help explain basic active transport: a calcium ion transporter that uses ATP to move calcium against its concentration gradient..

2. Sodium Potassium Pump: This page has a diagram to help students understand that basics of the sodium potassium pump.

3. Secondary Active Transport: This page features the glucose/sodium symport and really highlights how a molecule is moved against its concentration gradient without using ATP directly.

This topic is usually introduced in the cell transport unit of biology class.

Included in the PDF file:

* Student Sample (3 pages)

* Teacher Tips/Discussion Tips (4 pages)

* Teacher Answer Key (3 pages)

* Two different options for student pages (2 different options of the same 2 student pages)

* Three different pages with exit tickets (1/4 page size). I also include an answer key for teachers for these exit tickets.

All files are non-editable PDFs. They are non-editable to protect the images that are copyrighted and purchased through licenses. Thanks for understanding!

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