cell organelles

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Topic:
Cell Organelles
Essential Question: How do the parts
of a cell work together to function as a
“system”?
All those who believe in psychokinesis
raise my hand.
-Steven Wright
9/16/14
INB page 12-13
So what is LIFE?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Made of cells -cell theory
Uses energy for processes - metabolism
Reacts to its environment- homeostasis
Reproduction -genetic passing of traits
Cell Organelles
We are going to start our look at life by zooming in to
study the basic unit of life – the cell - and its parts –
organelles.
Many of these organelles
have complicated names
that can be confusing.
How can you make sense
of these complicated
names?
One structure found in cells is called a
lysosome.
If you know that the “-some” comes from
the root “soma” which means “body” and
“lyso-” from “lysis”, meaning “loosen" or
“split", what do you think a lysosome is?
What could a
lysosome do?
On page 13, start by
recording the following…
Cell Theory
•
All living things are made of cells
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Cells are the basic units of life.
•
Cells come from existing cells.
In your notebook:
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Make two columns on the top of page 12.
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Label 1st column: “Give One”
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Label 2nd column: “Get One”
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In the “Give One”, list as many cell organelles
as you can.
•
Go around the room, find a student who does not
have one of your “Give One” organelles and
share with them, then get one of that person’s
that you do not have.
•
Pick up piece of Scratch Paper. Return to your
seat. Number 1 to 20 on the paper.
Cell Structure
Knowledge Base
Evaluation
Write down the appropriate name or function for the structure
identified.
•1. The diagram below represents what general
type of cell?
2. What is the name of the structure labeled “G”?
3. What is the name of the structure labeled “E”?
4. What is the name of cell organelle labeled “B”?
5. Identify the part of the cell labeled C.
6. Identify the cell organelle labeled D.
7. What structure takes up the majority of space in each of
the cells below?.
8. What structure is between each of the cells below?
9. What cell structure is labeled A?
10. What large, round structure is labeled B?
11. What cell structure is labeled D?
12. Is this a plant or animal cell? How can you tell?
13. What cell structure is labeled D?
14. What cell structure is labeled B?
15. What organic molecule is produced in the cell structure
labeled B?
16. What cell structure is labeled C?
17. What cell structure is labeled E?
18. What cell structure is labeled A?
19. What cell structure is labeled C?
20. What organic molecule is stored in the cell structure
labeled C?
Thank you- Hold on to your papers!!!
Back to page 13…
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Cells function as “systems”.
•
What IS a system?
Cell Organelles Day 2
Essential Question: How do the parts
of a cell work together to function as a
“system”?
When everything is coming your
way, you're in the wrong lane.
-Steven Wright
9/18/14
INB page 14-15
Today you will be forming groups to ultimately
create a poster representing a metaphor of a
CELL.
1. Pick a system metaphor from pitcher.
2. Get together as group.
3. Research organelles and record on page 15
using “jigsaw” technique.
▫
organelle name/ function/ sketch
4. Everyone should have list of all organelles and
function.
5. Within group, assign 4 organelles per person.
▫
By the end of today.
6. Each creates metaphors for each organelle
and brings back to group to “vet”.
Cell Organelles
Cell Membrane
Cytoplasm
Cytoskeleton
Ribosome
Cell Wall
Nucleus
Nucleolus
Centrosome
Lysosome
Endoplasmic Reticulum
Vesicle
Golgi apparatus
Mitochondrion
Chloroplast
Central Vacuole / Vacuole
Nuclear envelope
Plastid (ex. leucoplast)
Create a Cell Metaphor Poster
Reflects 16 Organelles
Each connected within a system
Cellular Structure/Function – connection
to analogy explained accurately
Graded:
Individually for 4 organelle metaphors
Group for poster aesthetics & neatness
Cell Structures you should have on your poster.
Cell Membrane
Cytoplasm
Cytoskeleton
Ribosome
Cell Wall
Nucleus
Nucleolus
Centrosome
Lysosome
Endoplasmic Reticulum
Vesicle
Golgi apparatus
Mitochondrion
Chloroplast
Central Vacuole / Vacuoule
Nuclear Membrane
Plastid (ex. leucoplast)
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