Cellular Nucleus Teacher Resources
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Students explain the process of cellular respiration in their own words. For this biology lesson, students trace the electron path down the chain. They calculate the molecules and energy product of respiration.
Students create a play illustrating the parts of the cell. In this cellular biology lesson, students work in groups to act out the cellular parts and functions. They complete a quiz after completing the activity.
Students create an animation of a cell process and insert it into a presentation. They choose a cellular process such as mitosis, osmosis or DNA replication, and create a simple 2D animation.
Students examine animal and plant cells using a microscope and participate in a class discussion about the functions of the organelles. In this biology lesson, students use microscopes and videos to better understand the functions of specialized cells.
Students explore the justification for the development of the current taxonomic classification system of organisms. The specific characteristics of the organism are used for the classification process.
Paul Andersen conveys the complexity of the cell and its organelles, explaining the function of each in detail. Hear how all the parts work together to help a eukaryotic cell operate. Use this video in a high school biology class for an academic and easy-to-follow look at the inside of a cell.
Most of the details about the cell structures in this video are given along with information about the function and their relationship with each other. Sal differentiates between eukaryotes and prokaryotes.
This topic builds on the previous video. It deals with the equation of respiration and whether electrons or hydrogen are being lost or gained at the different stages.
Learners study how an organism must have an organized system for proper growth and development. In this investigative lesson students illustrate the function of a cell.
Students conduct a series of activities to explore the nature of cells. In this biology activity, students observe plant and animal cells under the microscope and compare them. They differentiate osmosis and diffusion.
Students construct and manipulate models of mitosis and meiosis and compare/contrast them. They create the models using index cards and yarn, interpret diagrams and photographs, and summarize written descriptions.
Sixth graders learn about animal and plant cell structure and the functions of these structures. They learn that all organisms are composed of cells that carry on the functions that sustain life. Using a microscope, plant and animal cells are viewed and compared. Students create computer drawings and a Power Point show to demonstrate knowledge.
In this cellular respiration worksheet, students answer 14 multiple choice questions related to aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
Seventh graders explore the connection between genetics and heredity by examining the cellular structure. Among the numerous activities to engage students are drawing DNA molecules, vocabulary puzzle sheets, and predicting possible offspring combinations by discovering the Punnett Squares to predict ratios for inherited traits.
Students work as a team to use the ProScope Digital USB Microscope and a computer to collect microscopic images from a variety of organisms. When they compare these specimens, they are able to determine how they are alike and different by comparing their cellular parts.
There are great lessons and tricks you can use for teaching your students about cellular organelles.
Students examine the difference between mitosis and meiosis, and describe the steps involved in meiosis and the significance of each step. They create a diploid nucleus containing two pairs of chromosomes using clay.
Students investigate these fundamental chemical and cellular processes. They recognize the long-term danger that comes from a diet of fast food, chips, and soda, realize that avoiding diabetes is their responsibility, and establish healthy ways of living.
Students study cellular structures and functions. For this cell function lesson students participate in a class discussion then make a drawing of the cell they are discussing.
In this biology learning exercise, students locate and identify each of the vocabulary terms relating to cells on the bottom of the sheet. There are 27 biology terms to locate in the word search.