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Enzymes

Enzymes

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  1. Provide real world examples with opportunities to experience how an enzyme works.

  2. Introduce the new vocabulary and definitions, reiterating them throughout the lesson.

  3.  Keep to the basic information and design a means to interact with the new content material.

  4. Integrate a means to actively engage in the material, watching a short video and predicting an outcome, or performing a safe experiment in their own environment.

This packet should help a learner seeking to understand the importance and nature of enzymes within biological molecules.

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Tutorial

What are Enzymes and how do they work?

This video will go over what an enzyme is and how it affects chemical reactions. It will explain the difference between a substrate and product, show how an enzyme affects activation energy, and describe hydrolysis vs. synthesis. It will also show what an active site is and how it is used.

Source: Self Created by Kelsey Perreault

Enzymes in Your Body!

By reading through this power point you will get an idea of how Enzymes affect your body, especially your digestive system.

Source: Self Created by Kelsey Perreault

Enzyme Review Questions

These questions will allow you to test your understanding of enzyme activity.

Source: Self Created by Kelsey Perreault