Protein Synthesis Reading Comprehension

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In this protein synthesis reading comprehension and worksheets package, students will learn and apply information about the central dogma of biology, types and roles of RNA in protein synthesis, transcription, and translation, This includes an informative, no-prep reading comprehension article loaded with original diagrams.

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In this protein synthesis reading comprehension and worksheets package, students will learn and apply information about the central dogma of biology, types and roles of RNA in protein synthesis, transcription, and translation.

This includes an informative, no-prep reading comprehension article loaded with original diagrams. Also included in your download are text-dependent protein synthesis reading comprehension questions in matching, transcription practice, multiple choice, and short-answer formats.

 

PROTEIN SYNTHESIS  Reading Comprehension TOPICS

– Amino Acid Monomers
– Polypeptide Polymers
– Function of Proteins
– Central Dogma of Biology
– Types and Roles of RNA
– Significance of Protein Synthesis
– Transcription
– Base Pairing and RNA Polymerase in Transcription
– Translation

 

⭐ WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE (PDF and Google Slides) 

• Protein Synthesis Reading Comprehension: This two-page article takes students through the central dogma of biology, monomer, polymers, and functions of proteins, transcription, and translation. Full color and black/white versions are included.

 

• Protein Synthesis Text-Dependent Worksheets: Three protein synthesis worksheets are included and answers to all questions are found in the text. The first handout included vocabulary matching and transcription practice with base pairs. The second worksheet includes 20 multiple choice questions. The third worksheet includes ten meaningful short-answer questions on protein synthesis.

 

• Answer Keys: Answer keys are included for all handouts.

 

 

This is included in a discounted Biology Reading Comprehension Bundle!

 

Science article reading comprehension and questions make excellent sub-plans, a great close and careful classroom reading, meaningful homework, or alternative work for an absent student. Finding reliable articles or reading comprehension questions on the Internet is time consuming, and too often, secondary science students find the answer key online. This is easy to implement and your students won’t find the answers online! Your students will be engaged with science literacy in your classroom!

*Please note that this resource does not cover introns, exons, or how to read a codon chart. If you are looking for something to teach students how to read a codon chart, this codon chart presentation and bingo game is what I highly recommend. My kids love it!

 

 

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