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1/5/14Materials Needed: Binder, Pencil LS-2 Homework: #51 DO NOW: Look at the item in the picture below. What is it? What is it used for? Would you find.

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1 1/5/14Materials Needed: Binder, Pencil LS-2 Homework: #51 DO NOW: Look at the item in the picture below. What is it? What is it used for? Would you find it by itself, or with others like it? Agenda: 1.Do Now (5) 2.Experiment (10) 3.Dismiss (3) Objectives Scientists will be able to describe the basic rules and procedures of 6th grade science. 1.Send the materials manager up with the homework. 2.Write down the homework in your agenda. 3.Do the DO NOW. 4.If you finish early, thumbs up.

2 Do-Now Review What is this? What is it used for? Would you find it by itself, or with others like it? Scientists will be able to explain what a cell is, and determine how cells are part of life.

3 Today’s Agenda Objectives Introduction to Cells Partner Reading Discussion Homework: #51 BYL

4 Objectives Scientists will be able to explain what a cell is, and determine how cells are part of life. Writing: Students will be able to summarize information about cells.

5 How I know you’ve got it… When you can correctly summarize information about cells, then you have mastered this topic!

6 Let’s Review How this works Classroom rituals: -What do we do in the first 5 minutes? -Where do you put homework? -What do you need to get every Monday? -What do you need to bring to class? -Can someone please read our term 2 goals?

7 Cells Pre-test! We are going to start of today with a pre-test, to see how much you remember or already know. This will affect your science grade, it will only measure what you need to work on.

8 New word: Cell 1.Repeat after me: Cell 2.Dictionary Definition: any one of the very small parts that together form all living things 3.Our Definition: The smallest part of a living thing that is considered “alive” 4.From the reading: “Human beings are made of over 100 trillion cells.” 5.Other forms: Cells, Cellular 6.Use the word in this sentence: ______ is made of cells.

9 New word: Organism 1.Repeat after me: Organism 2.Dictionary Definition: a system with many parts that depend on each other and work together 3.Our Definition: Any living thing 4.From the reading: “All organisms, or living things, are built of cells, just like buildings are built of bricks.” 5.Other forms: Organisms 6.Use the word in this sentence: ______ is an example of an organism.

10 Introduction to Cells “What is the smallest part of a living thing?” A cell. A cell is the smallest part of a living thing that is considered alive. Scientists will be able to explain what a cell is, and determine how cells are part of life.

11 How Big (or Small) Are Cells? Microscopes that we use allow us to see objects at 3,000 times larger than we can with just our eyes. This means cells are very, very small. You can’t see them with just your eyes. How small? Scientists will be able to explain what a cell is, and determine how cells are part of life.

12 What’s the Connection? Bricks aren’t usually found alone. You need to put many of them together to build buildings, like houses and schools. Now, what if I told you a cell was just like a brick? What is the connection between cells and bricks? It might help to start: Just like buildings are made of many bricks … Think-Pair-Share! Scientists will be able to explain what a cell is, and determine how cells are part of life.

13 What’s the Connection? I already told you that cells are the smallest part of a living thing that is considered alive. Another way to say this: The cell is the building block of life. Just like buildings are made of bricks, all living things are made of cells. Scientists will be able to explain what a cell is, and determine how cells are part of life.

14 Now, Time to Read! Let’s review how to read this text. Turn to page 2. Expectations: level 1 volume, use academic language (word wall), and talk to your partner only. You will receive a 4.0 class grade for meeting expectations and following the procedure. Scientists will be able to explain what a cell is, and determine how cells are part of life.

15 Cells Practice You will read the text according to the directions. Annotate and summarize in the clouds. Next, answer the questions. You may do this alone or with your partner. How to get the A+: -on task work -100% effort -use academic language - Everyone participates

16 Let’s Bring it Back: Why study cells? If we understand how cells work, we can understand many important diseases, such as cancer. Major topics in both science and politics have to do with cells, such as stem cells. Scientists will be able to explain what a cell is, and determine how cells are part of life.

17 Homework: Worksheet Complete the worksheet at home.

18 BYL Let’s prove what we’ve learned! Why are building blocks necessary at all (whether you are talking about bricks or cells)? Stack, pack, and leave no tracks!

19 Scientist of the Day


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