Cellular Structure Teacher Resources
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In this biology worksheet, students complete a crossword puzzle with 46 questions on cell structure and function. They identify different cell organelles.
For this cell worksheet, students describe the components that make up the cell and their functions. Students discuss background of cell theory, complete tables, label charts and match functions of cell structures.
Students study basic cell structure. In this cell structure lesson plan, students analyze the components of a cell. Students virtually explore cell structure using Second Life.
New Review Cell Art
Combine art and science with this cell structure assignment. Learners depict a cell diagram, including the organelles, imitating a specific artist's style.
Students understand how various cell parts function and how they are related to the genetic process by creating a model and symbol to depict the function of the cell parts. They research a cell part to determine function and then cut out, draw, or construct a picture to represent the cell part's function.
Students investigate parts of a cell. In this plant cell instructional activity, students determine the difference between plant and animal cells. Students discover that coral is an animal based on cell characteristics. Students create puppets to represent cell parts.
Students create a play illustrating the parts of the cell. For this cellular biology lesson, students work in groups to act out the cellular parts and functions. They complete a quiz after completing the activity.
After studying the structure and functions of living cells using textbooks, internet or encyclopedias, students prepare a PowerPoint presentation on cell structure and present it to the class.
Eighth graders, after creating a Venn Diagram comparing/contrasting animal and plant cells, writing ten similes describing cell types, or drawing a colored diagram of a cell, list cell types as well as describe and label cell parts. They incorporate their do-now books as they study all about cells.
Middle schoolers examine the basic structures and functions of cells. They design and construct a factory cell model where each factory part corresponds to a cell part.
Students explore the different characteristics of the cell using a virtual lab. In this biology lesson, students classify an unknown cell sample based on its properties. They demonstrate mastery of the subject by creating a presentation of their findings.
Initially, general details about cells and single cell organisms are provided. Next, the concentration becomes cellular processes such as respiration, osmosis, diffusion, fission and mitosis. This is an attractive PowerPoint which gives a lot of general information about cells, structures and the processes.
Does anyone remember seeing the movie Fantastic Voyage? This app is reminiscent of that imaginary journey through the human body, but in this case, venture even further into individual cells!
In this cell structure worksheet, high schoolers complete 50 multiple choice question review quiz about the different functions and parts of the cell.
Your accelerated biology learners will add to their understanding of cell structure with this resource. Taking them beyond the basics of mitochondria and chromatin, it also queries them about actin microfilaments and the extracellular matrix. It concludes with a large and colorful diagram of the path of a protein-based secretion.
A word bank provides vocabulary terms to complete a concept map regarding general cell structure and function. After bestowing your biology learners with the associated information, share this graphic organizer as a review. This could also be used as a pop quiz!
In this online interactive biology crossword puzzle worksheet, students use the 4 clues regarding cell structure to find the appropriate answers to complete the word puzzle.
In this cell structures quiz worksheet, students complete an on-line quiz, clicking on questions and matching answers, scoring 1 point for each correct answer. A printed version is available.
Sixth graders identify, locate and describe the function of the parts of a cell. In groups, they state the five stages of mitosis and put them in the correct order. They are introduced to the structure of DNA and mRNA and how they separate and combine into amino acids. To end the lesson, they discuss the process of amino acids turning into proteins.
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.