Enzymes review question sets: 50 multiple choice questions on four fully editable GoogleForms. 100% no prep! High quality questions on self-grading Google Forms can be used as an opener/bell ringer, for exit tickets, and homework. Also great for unit or end-of-year review.
Topics for each Enzyme Review Questions set:
- Enzymes Level 1 Review – 10 Questions about enzyme basics, substrate vs product, active site and enzyme specificity
- Enzymes Level 2 Review – 10 Questions, reinforces the ideas from Level 1, that enzymes lower activation energy of a reaction and increase reaction rate, and can be used over and over again
- Enzymes Level 3 Review – 15 Questions, focuses on the impact of pH and Temperature for enzyme reaction rates, applied to real life situations (the IceMan, cooking food, decomposition of fruit)
- Enzymes and Photosynthesis / Cellular Respiration Review – 15 Questions applying knowledge of enzymes to both processes. For example: How does closing the stomata of a plant impact photosynthesis? Why is it dangerous to have a high fever?
These Google Forms are 100% EDITABLE! Change whatever you would like. Settings are 100% EDITABLE! If you are not familiar with GoogleForms take a look at video to see all the amazing features it offers for your classroom.
Google Forms allows you to get instant feedback from your students on what they know, and more importantly, what they don’t know. Save time, save paper – 100% digital. You can add these to your GoogleClassroom, post the link to your class website, or turn the share link into a and put the tinyurl link on the board for students to type in.
GoogleForms can be accessed with any device that has an internet connection – including tablets, cell phones, and chromebooks.
Enzyme Review with Google Forms
The Review Google Forms are set up for students to get feedback on their score right away, but not be given the correct answer. (but you can change this to whatever settings you want!) In my classroom, I have students take these question sets two times – first to see what they already know, they look at what they got wrong, learn from their mistakes, ask questions, consult their notes, and take it one more time to get a better score. The trick is that I only give them 10-15 minutes to do it!
After that amount of time, the teacher can lock the form so that no additional entries can be made, and then review with the class the questions that were most missed.
Click here to see a preview of the Enzymes Review Questions!
What some happy teachers are saying about the Enzymes Review Questions:
Saved a lot of time. Great resource. – Jamie T. May 6, 2021
I liked that students had to think and apply information learned. – Emma C. August 10, 2020