Lessons for Mitosis

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  • Finding Your NOOK (TM) in the Classroom - … Centromere Centriole Spindle Cell Cycle Mitosis Interphase Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase Cytokenesis 5 pts ____ 10. Mitosis Worksheet 5 pts ____ 11 … and answer each other' worksheets. 10 pts ____ 23. Observing Mitosis Under a Microscope. READ DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE ASKING QUESTIONS!!! Answer … Point, video, etc. with animations depicting interphase, each stage of mitosis and cytokenesis. 10 pts ____ 28. Review Game. Create a …
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  • Digital Mitosis and Claymation - … . Students then work in small groups to make models of mitosis or meiosis using play dough or clay. We use a … show what is going on and what the steps of mitosis are. 3. Students then use digital cameras to capture their models and make them move through the phases of mitosis by moving the chromosomes and centrioles and taking things away … . We then use the webcasts to teach other students about mitosis and meiosis. Cross-Curriculum Ideas Arts or Mass communication/ Follow …
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  • Genetic Babies - … genetic mutations using the Internet to research what happens when mitosis, meiosis, or DNA mishaps occur. Students can use research on … genetic mutations using the Internet to research what happens when mitosis, meiosis, or DNA mishaps occur. Students can use research on … genetic mutations using the Internet to research what happens when mitosis, meiosis, or DNA mishaps occur. Students can use research on …
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  • How Cells Duplicate and Why Where Something Can Go Wrong - … scissors ACTIVITIES AND PROCEDURES: SET Models of a cell undergoing mitosis. A model of a DNA molecule. INSTRUCTIONAL INPUT VOCABULARY: deoxyribonucleic acid, DNA, gene, chromosome, replicate, mitosis, nutrients, carcinogen REVIEW: Nutrients, food containing them. Protein contains nitrogen, an essential ingredient in the DNA molecule. Mitosis interphase, when the DNA replicates. DISCUSS: How DNA molecules are …
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  • Reproduction - … , or dance that outlines mitosis (small groups) (peer and teacher marked) q Write a rhyming poem about mitosis (written and submitted or … Cell and the day she underwent mitosis q Create a poster illustrating the different stages of mitosis q Read pages 164-165 …
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  • Cells Are Us - … life; that cells divide slowly to become mass of cells (mitosis); and that there is a gradual loss of cells throughout … " song to class. Have class sing song which explains about mitosis. 2. Ask students to draw a dot on paper. Tell … following questions: 1. What are cells? 2. Can you explain mitosis? 3. Why is cell division important? 4. What effect does aging have on mitosis? Conclusions: Students will understand that a cell is a tiny …
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  • Inheritance of Genetic Disorders - … How Genetic Disorders Are Inherited PDF Document How Cells Divide: Mitosis vs. Meiosis Flash Interactive Genetic Drift and the Founder Effect … chromosome 21. (To illustrate nondisjunction, see the How Cells Divide: Mitosis vs. Meiosis Web activity.) 10. Using the student-generated list … the Founder Effect JPEG Image How Cells Divide: Mitosis vs. Meiosis How Cells Divide: Mitosis vs. Meiosis Flash Interactive How Genetic Disorders …
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  • Gene Inheritance - … parents Suggested Time Two class periods Resources How Cells Divide: Mitosis vs. Meiosis Flash Interactive How Genetic Disorders Are Inherited PDF … students work in pairs to explore the How Cells Divide: Mitosis vs. Meiosis Web activity. Ask students to focus primarily on … Used in this Lesson: How Cells Divide: Mitosis vs. Meiosis How Cells Divide: Mitosis vs. Meiosis Flash Interactive How Genetic Disorders Are …
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  • Cell Division - … . Gaines Date: Aug. 15-20 Title: Cell Division Objective: Define mitosis by relating the process to genetic continuity Estimated time: 6 … : A. Explain the key terms: cell cycle,inter phase, replication, mitosis, chromatid, cytkinesis, cytokinesis. B. Describe the structure of DNA and … yeast cells under a microscope. B. Model the phases of mitosis using pipe cleaners and construction paper. C. Create bubble map …
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  • Skin Cancer 1: Exposing Healthy Skin... - … cells that are duplicated by the cell division process called mitosis. Students should use the Cell Division and Skin Cancer Investigation … is the most common form of cell replication? (It is mitosis.) What are somatic cells? (They are body cells, such as those in skin, hair, and muscle.) What is mitosis? (It is cell division that produces new cells for growth, repair, and replacement of older cells.) How many phases of mitosis do somatic cells go through and in what amount of …
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