Reflection: Student Ownership Organelle Trail (4 Days) - Section 3: Research Days


One of the awesome things that start to happen in this lesson is that students begin to use the strategies they have learned for online research. Watch as a student explains to me how the CITE-IT strategy helped him decide to use a website.

  Starting to put it together
  Student Ownership: Starting to put it together
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Organelle Trail (4 Days)

Unit 3: Cells and Organelles
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: Students will be able to identify the specific functions of organelles and explain how different organelles work together.

Big Idea: Each cell has organelles that function together allowing the organism to live.

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