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  1.   The Microscopic World
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  2.   All Creatures Microscopically Small
...ars? 3. Divide students into nine small groups, and assign each group one of the following microbes as the focus of research: Escherichia coli O157:H7 (e-coli bacteria), Salmonella (bacteria), Hepatitis A Virus (HAV), Aspergillus (fungus), Penicillium (fungus), Cladosporium (fungus), Phytoplankton (microscopic algae), Amoeba (protozoan), Paramecium (protozoan). Each group then researches their microbe using all available classroom materials, focusing on the following (written on the board for easier student reference): -size -age (how long microbe has been in existence, if known) -where found -physical structure (c...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  3.   Microscopes
Materials Microscopes Multiple slides with covers (plastic preferred) Onion skins (red and yellow) Garlic skins Plant leaves Assorted pre-made slides Q-tips or toothpicks Procedure This is a good introductory experiment that ties in well with most botany and biology units. Generally, if the class periods are shorter than 45 minute...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  4.   The Microscope
Cyber Exchange Lesson Plan The Microscope Author Names: Jan Coley & Sherry Pewitt Grade level: Grades 5-12 Subjects Science Time Frame Three to five 30 minute classes Objectives In this lesson, students will: Identify the parts of a compound microscope Identify the use of each part Be able to focus the microscope to view slides. Draw and label what th...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  5.   Microscopes and Telescopes
Microscopes and Telescopes Vanderjack, Karisa Dwight D. Eisenhower H. S. 597-6300 Objectives: 1. To use a knowledge of lenses to develop how microscopes and telescopes were first invented. 2. To apply ray diagrams to explain why these instruments work the way they do. Apparatus Needed: 1. cheap magnifying glasses -- the...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   Magnificent Microscope
...earch Institute Conservation Institute The J. Paul Getty Getty Trust Foundation This Web site uses JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript or use a JavaScript-enabled browser. Museum Home Education Search Lesson Plans All Curricula Art & Science: A Curriculum for K-12 Teachers Lesson Plans Magnificent Microscope Planning a School Visit Magnificent Microscope Teacher Programs & Resources Grades/Level: Lower Elementary (K?2), Upper Elementary (3?5), Middle School (6?8), High School (9?12) Subjects: Visual Arts, Science Search Time Required: 3?5?Part Lesson Lesson 3?5 class periods Plans Author: J. Paul Getty Museum Educ...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  7.   Underneath the Microscope
Underneath the Microscope Subject Area Age or Grade Estimated Length Cells and Heredity 8th 50 minutes (one class period) Students have completed the reading and problems on the Prerequisite knowledge/skills cell introduction chapter, including the section on different types of microscopes. Description of New Content Goals Materials...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  8.   Scattering: Seeing the Microscopic Among the Giants
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Educational Product Educators Grades 5-12 & Students EB-2001-12-007-JPL Educational Brief CASSINI SCIENCE INVESTIGATION Scattering: Seeing the Microscopic Among the Giants Objective Light Source Reflection Object Shadow/Obscuration Observer ?10 ┬Ám To demonstrate how light waves passing through a medium can be used to determine the sizes of particles within the medium. Time Required: 1 hour Saturn System Analogy: Rings and Atmospheres of Saturn and Titan Keywor...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  9.   Practicing with the Microscope
Nicole Deeney Lesson Date: October 6, 2005 Title: Practicing with the Microscope Topic: Students will practice using a microscope by examining four different types of paper (black and white photos on newsprint and magazine and color photos on newsprint and magazine). All pictures are actually made up of a series of dots: black dots on white paper to make up the black and white pictures and...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  10.   Using the Microscope
Using the Microscope Administration Procedures Grade 9-12 Performance Task Developed by: New York State Education Department (NYSED) University of Buffalo and NORC (1991) Description: In this activity, students will demonstrate their ability to use a compound light microscope through four procedures: preparing a slide, focusing on...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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