Reflection: Performance Tasks Life in a Box (Day #3 of 3) - Section 4: Closure: What did we learn? Where do we go from here?


At the close of this three day project, it would be timely to determine how well students have done thus far. These two snapshots (#1 and #2) show one student's ingenuity and creativity. By examining these pictures and comparing them against the rubric, I would give it the following marks (to the extent shown in the pictures):

Craftsmanship: 4/4 This project exceeds standards (Evidence of personal touches, box corners are neatly attached with no gaps in corners, and a colored matting applied neatly)

Color Theme: 4/4 The colors featured here did match those used in the other two cell diagrams (you'll just have to take my word for it)!

Accuracy (Compare and Contrast): 4/4 The organelles featured here are that of eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells. All organelles are correctly matched.

  Performance Tasks: How did it go?
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Life in a Box (Day #3 of 3)

Unit 2: 2) Cells ("Form and Function")
Lesson 5 of 20

Objective: SWBAT develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting organelles within a cell. (HS-LS1-2)

Big Idea: Life is like a box... It has a defined boundary, things can go into and out of it and the action happens inside of it!

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