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Mr. Wagner Guy Pierre

Cell physical model (internal structure)

Grades: 6th Grade, 8th Grade, 7th Grade
Subjects: Science, Multilingual Learners, STEAM

Student Instructions

Using random items, students (in groups) will create a physical model of a cell, either plant or animal cell. Then, they will label the organelles of their cell model, with small sheets of paper. Lastly, students (individually) will take a PHOTO and add a VOICE RECORDING of their model to explain the appearance and job (function) of each organelle Additional resources: https://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Model-Cell https://quizlet.com/_4pe2zj https://www.howcast.com/videos/387103-how-to-remember-the-parts-of-the-cell/ https://www.ck12.org/c/life-science/plant-cell-structure/le "Even though plants and animals are both eukaryotes, plant cells differ in some ways from animal cells (Figure below). Plant cells have a large central vacuole, are surrounded by a cell wall, and have chloroplasts, which are the organelles of photosynthesis. Photosynthesis converts the sun's solar energy into chemical energy. This chemical energy, which is the carbohydrate glucose, serves as "food" for the plant."