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CELLS MIDTERM ASSESSMENT Type in your names here: #1: #2: Per #:
#1. A. FOUR needs of LIFE: 1. 2. 3. 4. B. SIX REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL LIVING ORGANISMS. WRITE DOWN the 3 most important: 1. 2. 3.
(#2) The diagram below shows a cell. QUESTION: The cell shown by the diagram is most likely an ANIMAL CELL or PLANT CELL? (Type answer): Give 1 pieces of evidence to support your answer: Type answer :
(#3) A student in a science lab makes a chart to document the structures and organelles seen in three different cell samples using the microscope: QUESTION: The student hypothesizes that SAMPLE 3 is a PLANT cell. Do you agree with the student? NAME____________________________ PER __ Explain why you agree or disagree with the student. What are 2-3 pieces of EVIDENCE from the chart above that supports your answer? (1 paragraph) Start typing here (1 paragraph)
(#4) You are an expert 7 th grade science student. Your old 3 rd grade teacher wants you to visit and talk to the new 3 rd graders about what you know about cells and bacteria. The students all say they think bacteria are just little bugs and can only make you sick. Do you agree? What would you say to these 3 rd graders to explain the TRUTH about bacteria? Give more than one example of EVIDENCE you would use to support your explanations.
Start typing here (1 paragraph) (#5) Students in a science class looked at some pond water and saw many PROTOZOANS like in the picture. They observed them swimming around and even eating other cells. Student A said: “They’re just like us! They’re little animals. Like little worms or something.” Do you agree with Student A? Explain and give evidence and reasoning to support your answer.
Start typing here (1 paragraph) (#6) A teacher asks groups of students to describe the difference between a mouse and an elephant. Group 1 says that an elephant has more cells than a mouse, but all the cells in mice and elephants are basically the same. Group 2 says that an Elephant’s cells grow bigger and bigger and the cells are all bigger than a mouse’s cells. Group 3 says that an Elephant has more cells than a mouse, but since Elephants and mice are different organisms, their cells are very different and have different organelles and parts. Which group do you agree most with? Explain and give some evidence or reasons to support your answer.