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Cells and their functions

Subject: Science
Grade: Years 11-13
Resource types: Playlist
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Publish date 2008-01-08
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1. Slideshow Living things [Slideshow]   Living things
Explain that all living organisms, plants and animals are made from cells.
2. Slideshow Plant cells under a microscope [Slideshow]   Plant cells under a microscope
Explain that plant cells come in various shapes and sizes, according to the functions they perform.
3. Slideshow Animal cells under a microscope [Slideshow]   Animal cells under a microscope
Explain that each cell in an animal's body carries out a different function. What functions do these cells perform?
4. Animation Life processes [Animation]   Life processes
Play the video and explain that animal cells form tissues which make up organs. Ask the students for examples of organs which are involved in the life processes.
5. Simulation Structure of living things [Simulation]   Structure of living things
Use the simulation to show how plants and animals are formed from cells which form tissues and in turn, organs such as skin.
6. Class Assignment Class Assignment [Class Assignment]   Cells -assign.01
Watch the two slideshows about Living things and Bacteria then see the close ups of the animal and plants cells.Finally, carry out the sorting exercise in the second part of the activity.
7. Class Assignment Class Assignment [Class Assignment]   Cells -assign.02
First watch the slideshow then complete the exercise about plant cells.Next, watch the video comparing plants and animals then complete the second activity about plant and animal cells.
8. Class Assignment Class Assignment [Class Assignment]   Cells -assign.03
Watch the video about the functions of cells then carry out the exercise.Next watch the video about life processes then try the two activities about tissues and organs.
9. Class Assignment Class Assignment [Class Assignment]   Cells -assign.04
Try out the simulation then do the exercise about Chloroplasts and the cell wall in plants.
10. File File [File]   Animal and Plant Cells - homework
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