CELL ANALOGY PROJECT:
Learning Goal: Understand the structures found in most cells and understand the functions of the structures that are found in most cells.
Expectation#1: MAKE A MODEL OF A PLANT OR ANIMAL CELL
Identify and label the structures that are found in most cells.
Write out the functions of the structures that you have labeled.
You must include the following structures:
a. cell membrane
b. cytoplasm Ribosome
d. nuclear membrane
f. cell wall-plant cells only
h. chloroplasts—plant cells only
i. Endoplasmic reticulum
j. Golgi Complex
You may need to do some research on your own to determine the function of some of these structures and determine if they belong in the plant or animal cell or are in both.
Expectation #2: Connect and communicate your understanding of these functions in relation to something else that you know a lot about or have an interest in. You must write this connection idea underneath your function information.
The Cell walls of a plant cell are like the walls of a skyscraper because both add support and strength to the structures.
The coach of the basketball team is like the nucleus of a cell because both tell their team members what to do.
The football stadium security guard is like the cell membrane as both determine who can enter or leave.
RESOURCES: Act 42 in textbook, sciencesauraus drawings in your notebook. You may have to do more research on your own but you must site your source and use scientific information sites.
Water color markers
Poster must be neat and organized and well done. It should be colorful and readable and display quality.