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Lifeliqe Inc.

Lifeliqe is a visual learning platform presenting the world’s first digital K-12 science curriculum enhanced with interactive 3D models and aligned to Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core. The company has built a line of educational apps embracing technologies such as Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality and continues pursuing its mission of being the leading publishing platform for interactive 3D content.

Lifeliqe is a visual learning platform presenting the world’s first digital K-12 science curriculum enhanced with interactive 3D models and aligned to Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core. The company has built a line of educational apps embracing technologies such as Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality and continues pursuing its mission of being the leading publishing platform for interactive 3D content.
The Digestive system
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The Digestive system

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This lesson plan contains amazing 3D models and microscopic deep zooms. Enhance with them your lesson! Topic description: The respiratory and circulatory systems work together to provide cells with the oxygen they need for cellular respiration. Cells also need glucose for cellular respiration. Glucose is a simple sugar that comes from the food we eat. To get glucose from food, digestion must occur. This process is carried out by the digestive system. The principal lesson objectives are: • Identify the organs and functions of the digestive system. • Outline the roles of the mouth, esophagus, and stomach in digestion. • Explain how digestion and absorption occur in the small intestine. • List functions of the large intestine. • Describe common diseases of the digestive system. • Identify classes of nutrients and their functions in the human body. • Explain how to use MyPyramid and food labels as tools for balanced eating
Darwin and the Theory of Evolution
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Darwin and the Theory of Evolution

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This lesson plan contains amazing 3D models and microscopic deep zooms. Enhance with them your lesson! Topic description: The Englishman Charles Darwin is one of the most famous scientists who ever lived. His place in the history of science is well deserved. Darwin’s theory of evolution represents a giant leap in human understanding. It explains and unifies all of biology. The principal lesson objectives are: • State Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection. • Describe observations Darwin made on the voyage of the Beagle. • Identify influences on Darwin’s development of evolutionary theory. • Explain how a species can evolve through natural selection.
Unit conversions
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Unit conversions

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This lesson plan contains amazing 3D models and microscopic deep zooms. Enhance with them your lesson! Topic description: Just as there are many spoken languages, there are many ways of expressing the same quantities in science. All scientists throughout the world measure length using centimeters, meters, and kilometers rather than inches, feet, and miles. Even within this single system of measurement, it is still necessary to reinterpret, or convert, quantities. For example, it is more efficient to express 1,000 meters as 1 kilometer, or to express 150 centimeters as 1.5 meters. The principal lesson objectives are: • Perform unit conversions. • Properly use scientific notation.