Reflection: Student Feedback The Bubbly Structure and Function of Cell Membranes - Section 5: Evaluate

 

Through the POMS activity I was received valuable feedback from my students.  The majority of my students informed me that the Bubble Lab (no surprise) was the activity that helped them learn the most about the structure and function of the cell membrane.  Most of my student's learning modality is kinesthetic and it's the primary reason why I purposefully seek to find activities that are hands on.

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The Bubbly Structure and Function of Cell Membranes

Unit 2: From Molecules to Organisms: Structures and Processes
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast the structure and function of a cell membrane with the structure of a bubble.

Big Idea: An engaging lesson that uses a bubble model to explore the structure and function of cell membranes.

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Science, cells, cell membrane, structure and function
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bubbles and bilayers
 
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