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Fort Belknap “Tribal Cell” Making the Connection For Grades DHS
GOALS Students will develop a specific understanding of organelles and their functions. Students will progress from a cellular level to all levels of organization. This will help them understand the levels of organization. Students will become proficient in naming organelles and having the ability to relate organelles with one another. Students will take knowledge to the next level. ie: Organelles-cell-tissue-organ-organ system- organism ie: parts of a city-city-county-state-country-world Science Grades 7-12
OBJECTIVES SCS 3 Students through the inquiry process, will demonstrate knowledge of characteristics, structures and functions of living things, the process and diversity of life, and how living organisms interact with each other and their environment. BM 3.1 Students will investigate and use appropriate technology to demonstrate that cells have common features and differences that determine function BM3.1 Students will compare the structure and function of eukaryotic cells including the levels of organization of the structure and function
Cross Curriculum Project Math- geometric shapes, square acreage Art-designing buildings & structures with materials provided History-the history behind tribe/city English-essay on compare/contrast of organelles and city building/structures Business/Tech-power point to present project Biology – 3-D Model with explanation on display board with scientific method steps Go Farther……..
STEPS TO BE TAKEN Compare organelles of a cell to buildings of a city – ie: nucleus=city hall Design a blue print with each building named by city building, structure/organelle Make 3-D structures with labels. Display scientific method steps on tri-fold display board. Give rationale for each building or structure named.
Lesson Plan Breakdown Day 1 – Introduce Cells using smart board software, Pre Test Day 2 – Power Point Presentation and distribution of materials Day 3 – Blue Prints approved by teacher Day 4 & 5 – Construct cell city model Day 6 – Presentation of projects to class Day 7 – Post Test
The Ecology of the Eukaryotic Cell/Fort Belknap Tribe The science of the relationships between organisms (organelles/Tribal members) and their environments (Cell/Ft. Belknap Reservation)
Fort Belknap Tribal Cell: Nucleus=Tribal Council Building Rationale=Tribal Council controls all activity of the tribe Nucleus
Cell membrane= Reservation border Rationale – the boundary controls what goes in and out of the reservation Cell Membrane Montana Fort Belknap
EVALUATIONS Pretest will be graded Use of productive time on project will be graded Final project of product will be graded with usage of rubric Posttest will be graded
Grading Rubric: Catagory Scientific Content Mechanics Creativity Presentation Novice 1 Nearing Proficiency 2 Proficient 3 Advanced 4 Able to name all organelles of a cell Able to name organelles of a cell and give most of them an accurate description of function Able to name all organelles of a cell and give them an accurate description of function Able to name all organelles of a cell and by using scientific terms is able to accurately describe their functions Some aspects are completed but not all. Time allotted is not being used efficiently. Time allotted is almost efficiently used but not all day to day projects are completed. Uses time allotted to complete most aspects of the project. Timeline is nearly completed day to day. Uses time allotted to efficiently complete all aspects of the project. Timeline is followed completely day to day. Some analogies have been made to name organelles with parts of a city. Analogies have been used to name organelles with parts of a city. Analogies have been used to name organelles/parts of city. Descriptions of functions are not all clear and concise. A clear and concise idea is used to describe the relationship between organelles and parts of a city. A presentation of model, display board w/method steps A presentation of model, display board w/method steps, and some scientific terms used A presentation of model, display board w/method steps, and descriptive, scientific terms used. A clear and concise presentation of model, display board w/method steps, and descriptive, scientific Terms used
“The Lost City of Atlantis” Final Project
“Celly”wood Where Dreams are made Dreams = DNA
Space”cellular” Black Hole=Lysosome
Works Cited: Ft. Belknap Tribal Cell Cell – Seal – Cell membrane – Reservation border –
THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a wonderful week!! Thank you to my colleagues, Tera and Kathy Thanks Justin and MAP students Thank you to Dr. Mac and Tess – keep rockin the educators A very huge thank you to John Peters for this wonderful grant.