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Student Investigation on the Immune System and Hemeagglutination
Students perform an experiment to demonstrate the principles of antibody-antigen binding, the secondary immune response, cross reactivity, and complement fixation. The materials to be used include antibodies from a rabbit that was injected once with red cells from a sheep and also one that was injected three times with the red cells from a sheep.
Biology: Sun, Skin and Cancer
Students identify basic components of skin on a cross sectional diagram. They provide a basic description of cancer in terms of cell biology. Students explore the ABCD of skin cancer/mole evaluation and perform their own evaluation of "test moles." They name the three kinds of skin cancer and describe where in the skin they originate.
Using Bubbles to Explore Membranes
Students experience a hands-on activity that simulates cell membrane structure and function. They explain the structure of the cell membrane and the unique properties does it has.
Proportionality: Modeling the Future
Students explore and examine how patterns, measurement, ratios and proportions are utilized in the research development and production of airplanes. They meet a pilot from the Federal Aviation Association who describes the growth of air transportation and its relationship to mathematical patterns.
Ninth graders review cell information by making a comic book. In this cell lesson, 9th graders make the parts of cells into superheroes. They draw these superheroes on the computer and come up with a plot to make a comic book.
Cell Size and Shape; Diffusion and Osmosis Processes
Use salmon eggs as a cell model for demonstrating the movement of water over concentration gradients. Junior scientists examine the same process microscopically with an onion cell. They use a thistle tube and a semipermeable membrane to discover osmosis. Six activities in all, this collection is a must for your biology class! Lesson plans are thoroughly written and the activities are both engaging and informational. Thank the National Science Teachers Association for this gem of a resource!
Cell Membrane / Transport Drawing Project
Biology buffs illustrate the workings of the cell membrane when they complete this checklist. Not only do they draw the structure, they also draw gradients and mechanisms for the transport of materials across the membrane. Your advanced biology learners will rise to the great expectations of this assignment.
Bacterium Cell Label Me!
In this labeling a cross-section of a Bacterium cell learning exercise, students use the glossary of Bacterium cell terms to help identify and label each cell part. Students label nine parts of the Bacterium cell.
Cell Review Test
Seventh graders engage in a instructional activity that is concerned with the basic structure and function of the cell. They systematically cover the different parts of the cell that includes active transport, organelles, mitosis, and meiosis. The instructional activity is a review before a test.
A multiple-choice quiz about the transport of substances between cells, this would work well as a pretest and/or post-test. It refers to chapter seven of an unnamed textbook, but it is a Word document, so it can easily be edited.
Biochemistry, Secretion, and Transport of Hormones
For this biology worksheet, students look at various steps involved in the biochemistry involved in the use of hormones on the human body.
Cells: Living Units
For this cell worksheet, students answer 81 questions about the cell including multiple choice, fill in the blank, short answer and matching. Topics include cell structure, the cell membrane, the nucleus, cell growth and reproduction and the cell organelles.
Review of Cell Organelles
In this cell organelles worksheet, students read the structure and function of different plant and animal cell organelles to determine what organelle is being described. Students write in the 15 organelles into a chart.
How HIV Infects Cells
In this biology worksheet, learners answer 2 short answer questions related to HIV based on information provided. They color and label the different parts of a virus.
Cell Structures, Functions, and Processes
Young scholars explore osmosis using eggs. In this Biology lesson plan, students dissolve the egg shell off an egg and then use the egg membrane to show osmosis. The egg will swell or shrink depending on the type of solution it is placed in. An extension or alternate activity using Elodea is also included in this lesson.
Students observe slides of cork cells and discuss the use of microscopes. They view a power point presentation on "Looking Inside Cells" and take notes aligned with the PPT presentation. They collaborate with a partner to create an analogy of a cell.
Control of the Cell Cycle
In this cell cycle worksheet, learners review how enzymes control the cell cycle and what happens when the cell cycle becomes uncontrolled. This worksheet has 7 short answer questions.
What Do Cells Need?
In this cell worksheet, students read about cell membrane transport and answer questions using the given terms about movement of molecules in and out of the cell.
Critical thinking questions accompany a data chart and vocabulary terms about cell structure and function. By completing this two-page worksheet, your class reviews fundamental concepts about the cell. Though it was intended as a chapter reading guide for a specific text, it should be easily adaptable to your curriculum.
TE Activity: Yeast Cells Respire, Too (But Not Like Me and You)
Student observe and quantify the respiration that occurs in yeast-molasses cultures. They complete an effective experiment in order to examine how to think critically about the results.