Presentation on theme: "Biological Drawings (5)"— Presentation transcript:
1 Biological Drawings (5) Cells Vocabulary QuizRules for Biological Diagramming (HO)Epithelial cell exampleRubric for Biological DiagrammingBiological Drawing Lab (HO)
2 Rules for Biological Diagramming Use unlined white paper and a sharp HB pencil.Leave an empty margin of about 1 cm all around your page.Print your name at the top right hand corner. (Use a ruler.)When drawing cells, choose only one cell and show the edge of neighboring cells to show the connection.Title your drawing. (ex. Figure 1 – Epithelial Cell.)Draw the outline of your subject with clear and unbroken lines. Your drawing should be about half the page. When possible, your drawing should be vertical.Use lines to show the out of visible structures. Do not shade or colour your drawings in any way. Keep the objects in proportion to one another.Use a ruler to draw horizontal lines from the structures to the right of the drawing to label (print). No crossing lines!Measure (in cm or mm) your diagram at its longest point; show measure on the left side of the diagram.At the bottom right corner, print the subject drawn, the magnification of the drawing, and the scale.
4 Rubric for Biological Drawings Only pencil usedLeave a 1 cm margin 2Name printed on top right 2Ruler used for horizontal labeling 4Labels are printed to the right 4No shading is used 2Stipples are used appropriately 2Clear and unbroken lines 2Total Mark
5 Biological Drawing Lab The first specimen you draw will take up this entire side of paper (handout).On the other side, divide your sheet into 4 squares each representing one biological drawing (total of 5).Be sure to follow all the steps properly and be NEAT!