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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 difference between COVID-19 and influenza
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The difference between COVID-19 and influenza

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The lesson is printable, contains 3D models which can be opened also via QR codes. In this lesson, we will focus on comparing the COVID-19 pandemic with common influenza, which is similar but has more serious complications, mainly due to its rapid and often unnoticed course. We will also find out what can be caused by the body’s own immune system and finally, we will create an infographic about the course of the disease in the human body.
Abiotic and biotic factors causing adaptation
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Abiotic and biotic factors causing adaptation

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This lesson contains 3D models. Some of them are available after a free registration to the Lifeliqe app. NGSS and CCSS aligned. The lesson is dedicated to the description of abiotic and biotic factors which influence in the process of species adaptation. Methodology: • Discussion • Reading • Lecture • Experiment • Work with audiovisual materials • Information search The principal learning objectives are: • Understand the differences between biotic and abiotic factors. • Understand the principle of adaptation caused by biotic and abiotic factors.
The digestive system
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The digestive system

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This lesson contains 3D models. Some of them are available after a free registration to the Lifeliqe app. NGSS and CCSS aligned. Integrated in crosscutting concepts. Aligned with principal science textbooks. The lesson describes human digestive system and explains its functioning. Methodology: • Discussion • Reading • Lecture • Experiment • Assessment 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
Earth’s features: Topography
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Earth’s features: Topography

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This lesson contains 3D models. Some of them are available after a free registration to the Lifeliqe app. NGSS and CCSS aligned. The lesson is dedicated to the explanation of formation of principal topographic features of our litosphere. Methodology: • Discussion • Reading • Lecture • Experiment • Assessment The principal learning objectives are: • Understand how tectonic plates determine the geological features on the Earth’s surface. • Discover what hazards can be related to the tectonic plates. • Conduct an experiment that emulates these hazards.
Darwin and the theory of evolution
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Darwin and the theory of evolution

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This lesson contains 3D models. Some of them are available after a free registration to the Lifeliqe app. NGSS and CCSS aligned. Integrated in crosscutting concepts. Aligned with principal science textbooks. The lesson is dedicated to the explanation of evolution of species based on the theory of Charles Darwin. Methodology: • Discussion • Reading • Lecture • Experiment • Assessment The principal learning 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. Science and Engineering Practices: • Analyzing and Interpreting Data • Constructing Explanations and Designing Solutions • Engaging in Argument from Evidence • Obtaining, Evaluating, and Communicating Information Disciplinary Core Ideas: • LS4.A: Evidence of Common Ancestry and Diversity • LS4.B: Natural Selection • LS4.C: Adaptation Crosscutting Concepts: • Patterns • Cause and Effect
Unit conversions
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Unit conversions

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This lesson contains 3D models. Some of them are available after a free registration to the Lifeliqe app. NGSS and CCSS aligned. Integrated in crosscutting concepts. Aligned with principal science textbooks. The lesson describes human digestive system and explains its functioning. Methodology: • Discussion • Reading • Lecture • Assessment The principal learning objectives are: • Perform unit conversions. • Properly use scientific notation
Earth’s history: The age of reptiles
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Earth’s history: The age of reptiles

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This lesson contains 3D models. Some of them are available after a free registration to the Lifeliqe app. NGSS and CCSS aligned. The lesson is dedicated to the history of life on the Earth in the Mesozoic period. Methodology: • Discussion • Lecture • Presentation project The principal learning objectives are: • Learn about the evolution and development of Earth and of the life forms which have inhabited it since its creation. • Understand the factors which have contributed to the formation of the environments on Earth over its history. • Observe the mutual influence of living nature on Earth’s systems.
Human impact on nature: Energetics
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Human impact on nature: Energetics

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This lesson contains 3D models. Some of them are available after a free registration to the Lifeliqe app. NGSS and CCSS aligned. In this lesson, students will learn about the impact of human activities on nature, focussing on the energetics. Methodology: • Discussion • Reading • Lecture • Project The principal learning objectives are: • Find out how humans impact nature and the climate. • Understand the mechanisms causing this impact. • Identify the causes of adverse human influence on nature and the climate. • Become familiar with the current status of the problem. • Try to propose solutions leading to an improved situation.
Spread and replication of SARS-CoV-2
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Spread and replication of SARS-CoV-2

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The lesson is printable, contains 3D models which can be opened also via QR codes. In this lesson, we will focus on how viruses spread from host to host, what are the symptoms of the COVID-19 disease and how the virus behaves when it enters the host’s body – how it attacks cells and uses their system for its own replication. Finally, we will try to identify common fake news connected to the 2020 pandemic.
Individual and state precautions against COVID-19
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Individual and state precautions against COVID-19

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The lesson is printable, contains 3D models which can be opened also via QR codes. In the final lesson, we will review what hygiene precautions need to be taken to prevent infection and explain how to use protective equipment. In the second part, we will look at how the representatives of states, countries, and companies react to the current pandemic to prevent massive economic and social damage. Finally, we will be able to create an information poster for our loved ones.
What is SARS-CoV-2?
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What is SARS-CoV-2?

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The lesson is printable, contains 3D models which can be opened also via QR codes. In this lesson, we will explain what a virus is, what it consists of, and how the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 looks like. We will compare viruses with bacteria in terms of treatment of infections they cause and finally, we will try to think of a way a completely new virus could look like.