Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Cell Organelles - Flipped - Section 1: Engage


I modify this activity for different groups of students.  One modification is to have the individual groups match the chemical formulas with the correct name and then we work together as a class to create the chemical equations.  For instance, I ask for volunteers to tell me the reactants of cellular respiration.  The student who volunteers then brings the formula card to the front of the room and holds the card so the entire class can see it.  This process continues until all of the reactants and products of the equation are assembled in the front of the room.  We continue to work together as a class to form the equations for photosynthesis and fermentation. 

For other sections of the course, the students work within their small group but we stay on pace together as a class.  For still other courses, the students work with their small group and move on to a new process each time they finish the one before it.  This method requires that students be able to work independently or an alternate activity can be prepared to keep students on task.

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Cell Organelles - Flipped

Unit 3: Cells
Lesson 4 of 12

Objective: SWBAT identify key structures of cells and the functions of those structures.

Big Idea: Use this lesson to review key structures of plant and animal cells and the functions carried out by those structures.

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