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  1.   Cell Structures and Functions
Cell Structures and Functions Grade Level or Special Area: Fifth Grade Written by: Judy Beggs, Belle Creek Charter School, Henderson, CO and Holly Stroud, Flagstaff Academy, Longmont, CO Length of Unit: Seven lessons (45 minutes each) I. ABSTRACT This unit will provide a basic study of the animal and plant cell characteristics...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  2.   Osmosis in Elodea Cells
Return to Program's List of Lesson Plans Overview Timeline Teacher's Section Student's Background Infromation Lesson Plans Units: Osmosis in Elodea Cells Dynamic Equilibrium Factors Affecting Diffusion Osmosis Osmosis in Red Blood Cells Quiz Materials List Resource List Diffusion, Osmosis and Cell Membranes Osmosis in Elodea Cells Introduction One of the functions of the cell membrane is to control the flow of materials into and out of the cell. In this investigation, you...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  3.   Comparing Animal and Plant Cell Structure
Biology Experiment Comparing Animal and Plant Cell Structure Note: This experiment is also included with the Middle School Science Experiments that use the ProScope Digital USB Microscope. During this experiment, you will work as a team to use the ProScope Digital USB Microscope and a computer to collect microscopic images from a variety of organisms. When you compare thes...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  4.   Cells: Structures and Processes
Cells: Structures and Processes Grade Level or Special Area: Fifth Grade Written by: Ellie Luyombya, The Academy, Denver, CO Length of Unit: Nine lessons (approximately nine to eleven days 45 minutes each day) I. ABSTRACT Explore the most basic unit of life: the Cell. Discover the cell structure of animal and plant cell functio...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  5.   How Mutations Lead to Changes in Cell Structure and Function
Summer Research Program for Science Teachers How Mutations Lead to Changes in Cell Structure and Function Mary Ann Spicijaric - 1995 St. Francis Preparatory H.S., Queens, NY Objectives: To become familiar with the mechanism and importance of DNA repair. To understand the difference between DNA damage and mutations. To see how mutations lead to changes in cell structure and function. [- The cell] [- Molec...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   Cell Structure and Function
> Cell Lesson Plans Lesson Plan: Cell Structure and Function The Cell: A Complete Unit Lesson Plan: The Cell - A Historical Perspective Lesson Plan: Cell Structure and Function Lesson Plan: Cell Structure and Function Lesson Plan: Observing Cells Cells-r-Us MOTIVATION / WARM-UP 1) As a bell work assignment, ask the students to co...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  7.   Introduction To Cell Structure and Function: What's Inside a Cell?
...g have to use their safety senses to rescue the family trapped inside. What do our heroes do to help them? How do they do it? Will they get the family out in time-and safely? Find out in this exciting Danger Rangers adventure. Buy It! Education ETV Home > Education > Ntti > Lessons > 1998 lessons > Cellstructure 1998 National Teacher Training Institute NTTI K- 3rd Grade Lesson Plans Introduction To Cell Structure and Function: What's Inside a Cell? (Grade 10) MASTER TEACHER Gloria Brigman OVERVIEW This lesson is designed to introduce students to the cell and some of its parts. Through the use of video, students will be ab...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   Cell Structure and Function
Cell Structure and Function Barbara J. Baker Doolittle West Primary School 521 East 35th Street Chicago IL 60616 (773) 535-1050 Objectives: Discuss scientific advances brought about by the Mars Surveyor Space Program which impact on daily life, especially any animal and plant cell movements. Identify laboratory apparatus like m...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  9.   Unit 3-B: Cell structure & function
Unit 3-B: Cell structure & function by S. Henderson (adapted from the work of Niki Walker, Twin Falls H.S.) Manzano H.S. October 2004 UNIT OBJECTIVES: By the end of this unit you should be able to 1. Correctly use a microscope, 2. Identify the main ideas of the cell theory, 3. Compare and contrast the structures and functions of prokaryo...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  10.   Cell Structures
Craig Whitmore, Delano High School, California Unit 3 Cell Structures: Cell Theory & Organelles NAME____ PER ____ TOTAL PTS ____ Grading Scale: 40=D 55=C 71=B 86=A Section I. 65 points max. Must get 50 pts here to move to Section II. 1. Listen to the lecture on Cell Structures and take notes. (5 pts) 2. Fill in the worksheet on "Organelles.". (5 pts) 3. Label & color the plant...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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