Active Transport

This is a flipped learning lesson.

Students - watch the video and answer the questions on the student homework task sheet before your next lesson.

(Teachers - scroll down to view the full lesson plan for this topic.)

Student questions:

(As presented in the student homework task sheet)

  1. Distinguish between the words “passive” and “active” in relation to the movement of materials across a cell membrane.
  2. What is the energy “currency” in living organisms?
  3. With reference to high and low concentrations, in which direction do materials move when active transport is taking place?
  4. Which component of a cell membrane is necessary for active transport to take place?
  5. List three examples of active transport taking place in living organisms.

Need more practice?

A revision notes and practice questions pack on Osmosis, Diffusion and Active Transport is available from the Science Sauce store (£3/$4).

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