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T2 W13 G7 Biology: The Facts of Life. Essential Question  What are the differences between plant and animal cells? How are they similar?

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1 T2 W13 G7 Biology: The Facts of Life

2 Essential Question  What are the differences between plant and animal cells? How are they similar?

3 Learning Objectives  Identify the structures present in plant and animal cells as seen with a simple light microscope and/or a computer microscope  Draw and label animal and plant cells  Explain simply the structure of animal and plant cells and make a comparison  Observe and recognize chloroplasts  Recognize mitochondria and briefly state its role in aerobic respiration  Appreciate the three dimensional nature of the cell.  Explain how cells are specialized according to their function.  Give examples of specialized cells (sperm, egg, red and white blood cells, neurone, root hair cell, palisade mesophyll cell) and explain how they are adapted for their function

4 Plan of the Week  Monday/Tuesday—ADDITION Bring WB 1 to class!  Quiz time!  Next weeks lab exercise—you need to bring a rectangular plastic container. You will be taking it home again.  Return Test, reflections for SLC  Review progress on your forums for SLC  Review microscopes, drawing criteria  Introduction to Cells  Cells PPT  G7 Unit Plans  17 March  Build a glossary of cell terms-animals first on iLearn  Next weeks lab exercise—you need to bring a rectangular plastic container. You will be taking it home again.

5 Quiz  What are the 7 characteristics of living things?

6 Lab Next Week  We are building cell models and for this you will need to bring a rectangular or square shaped plastic container.  Also, you may bring for favorite candies— M&M, skittles, licorice whips, jelly beans..colorful and tasty!

7 Return of the Tests  Overall excellent results  Shows your commitment to revision and your learning  Reflection for SLC and picture of a question you were very happy and proud you got correct  Upload to iLearn

8 IVORY  Bring WB 1 to class tomorrow

9 SLC Reflection continues  Name 3 ways you benefit from this exercise  Heads together  Heads up—let’s put them on the board  Check results with each of you this week and next  This is for you and your parents

10 Biology Unit—The facts of life  Cells are the basic building block of all living things  Microscopic so let’s review  Microscope parts  How to draw scientific drawings  Use Cell PPT  G7  T2W13  Cells Introduction

11 Biology Glossary  Picture glossary  iLearn  Along with the definition put a picture that will help up learn what the word means  If time living things worksheet do your own pictures!

12 Example: cell  Word: basic unit of life  Picture

13 Here are the words we need to define: 27 terms!!!  Cell membranegenetic material  Cell wallhaemoglobin  Cellulosemagnification  Chlorophyllmolecule  Chloroplastsneurones  Cilianucleus  Cytoplasmorgan  DNAorgan systems  Epidermis palisade cells  Epithelial cellsProtocista  palisade mesophyllroot hair cells  Spongy mesophyllstoma  Tissuevacuole  Xylem tissue

14 Websites  Cell Name Game  http://www.sporcle.com/games/sufradley/sp ecialised-cells http://www.sporcle.com/games/sufradley/sp ecialised-cells  Cells and their functions  http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/or ganisms_behaviour_health/cells_systems/revisi on/4/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/or ganisms_behaviour_health/cells_systems/revisi on/4/  Plants and making food  http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/standard/biol ogy/world_of_plants/making_food/revision/3/


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