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MaryBeth Knight Greene teaches biology, physical science, and earth science at Ashe County High School. She earned her B.S. in biology and neuroscience from Furman University and her M.S. in experimental psychology from Villanova University.

Resources created by MaryBeth Knight Greene

Is ATP worth the investment?
In this lesson plan, students learn about ATP using an economic analogy. Students use simple financial tables to explore the concepts of cost, revenue, and return on an investment as it applies to ATP in aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
Format: lesson plan (grade 9–12 Science)
By MaryBeth Knight Greene.
Mix and match ecology: Human impact
This high-school biology lesson uses a group activity to teach students about the impact of human actions on natural resources.
Format: lesson plan (grade 9–12 Science)
By MaryBeth Knight Greene.
Mix and match ecology: Symbiosis
In this high-school biology lesson, students gain an understanding of the three kinds of symbiotic relationships by creating relationships between imaginary animals.
Format: lesson plan (grade 8–12 )
By MaryBeth Knight Greene.
Odd organelles
In this lesson, students are given a set of odd objects that they must use to represent cell organelles. Students creatively draw analogies between either the structure and/or function of an object with that of an organelle.
Format: lesson plan (grade 9–12 Science)
By MaryBeth Knight Greene.
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