December 2014 Teacher's Guide for So Tired in the Morning: The Science of Sleep Table of Contents



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December 2014 Teacher's Guide for
So Tired in the Morning: The Science of Sleep
Table of Contents



About the Guide 2

Student Questions 3

Answers to Student Questions 4

Anticipation Guide 5

Reading Strategies 6

Background Information 8

Connections to Chemistry Concepts 23

Possible Student Misconceptions 23

Anticipating Student Questions 24

In-Class Activities 25

Out-of-class Activities and Projects 25

References 27

Web Sites for Additional Information 28

General Web References 32

More Web Sites on Teacher Information and Lesson Plans 33

About the Guide

Teacher’s Guide editors William Bleam, Regis Goode, Donald McKinney, Barbara Sitzman and Ronald Tempest created the Teacher’s Guide article material. E-mail: bbleam@verizon.net


Susan Cooper prepared the anticipation and reading guides.
Patrice Pages, ChemMatters editor, coordinated production and prepared the Microsoft Word and PDF versions of the Teacher’s Guide. E-mail: chemmatters@acs.org
Articles from past issues of ChemMatters can be accessed from a DVD that is available from the American Chemical Society for $42. The DVD contains the entire 30-year publication of ChemMatters issues, from February 1983 to April 2013.
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Student Questions


  1. Why was Jilly Dos Santos concerned about the school board’s pending decision?

  2. In what ways did Jilly use technology in her quest for more sleep time?

  3. Was Jilly successful in her quest to delay the time for opening school? Explain.

  4. How does the chemical melatonin help regulate our sleep cycle?

  5. Where is melatonin produced in the body?

  6. What is the role of NAT in the production of melatonin?

  7. When is NAT activity the greatest?

  8. Why does melatonin production often result in teens receiving less than nine hours of sleep per night?

  9. Give three examples of positive results reported from school districts that adopted later start times.

  10. If your school has an early start time, what is one way that you can help signal your body that it is time to go to sleep?

  11. How did understanding the chemistry in this article help Jilly and her friends improve their lives?

  12. Circadian rhythms regulate our sleep schedule. Are other life forms controlled by these cycles?






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