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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?
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
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.
Quiz What are the 7 characteristics of living things?
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!
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
IVORY Bring WB 1 to class tomorrow
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
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
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!
Example: cell Word: basic unit of life Picture
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
Websites Cell Name Game ecialised-cells ecialised-cells Cells and their functions ganisms_behaviour_health/cells_systems/revisi on/4/ ganisms_behaviour_health/cells_systems/revisi on/4/ Plants and making food ogy/world_of_plants/making_food/revision/3/