Presentation on theme: "By Miss Musich. Organize – to put something in order ◦ We organize to make something more manageable. ◦ For example, the MWMS is organized! Students."— Presentation transcript:
By Miss Musich
Organize – to put something in order ◦ We organize to make something more manageable. ◦ For example, the MWMS is organized! Students are the basic unit A group of students make up a grade (6 th, 7 th or 8 th ) A group of grades make up a house (6 th + 7 th + 8 th = Red) A group of houses make up the whole school. Why do we organize like this?
Cells are the smallest unit in the body ◦ So small you need a microscope to see them! Red Blood CellsOnion Cells
Organelles are like organs for cells! nucleus cell membrane cytoplasm
Not that kind of tissue… Bone tissue is a group of bone cells working together!
Try again! A group of bone tissue makes up an organ like the femur seen here! Did you know the femur is the longest bone in the body?
A group of organs (bones) make up the skeletal system!
…to my example earlier. What do MW students represent? ◦ Cells What do grades represent? ◦ Tissue What do houses represent? ◦ Organs What does the entire school represent? ◦ An Organ System
Once you receive a strip of construction paper, fold it into four squares so it looks like this: Then illustrate and label each box with the levels of organization starting from smallest to largest. Also, please write the definition of these structures on the back