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Title of the Experience
Organic substances with physiological importance
Name of the teacher
Toader Cornelia
Country where it took place
School typology
High Secondary School
Thematic Area
Experience typology
Type of contact
Description of the Experience
Learning Unit "Organic substances with physiological importance" has allocated 4 hours in tenth grade, 1 hour per week.
Tenth grade students are particularly interested in understanding this class of substances, as these substances have an impact on the lives of each of us.
Extremely low number of hours does allow me only a very brief presentation, only some information for this subject.
Students are interested to know the source of origin of these substances, their effects on the human body (or the abundance or lack or the balance), how these substances are involved in the normal development of the body.
We approached this unit based on a method of developing projects based on the students’ interests, focusing on the use of technology and stimulating creativity.
Students have prepared plans, crossword puzzles and have organized a competition on the subject.

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Date: 2014.11.26

Posted by Anita Krismane (Latvia)

It is an interesting practise.


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