Objective SWBAT use analogies to explain the function of the organelles of a eukaryotic cell. DO NOW: WHAT DOES DISNEY LAND NEED TO FUNCTION? “Where Dreams Come True” What Does DisneyLand need to Work? energy protective barrier information center waste removal transport throughout Eukaryotic Cells: Animals and Plants UNIT 1: CELL BIOLOGY Cells Rap Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zafJKbMPA8 Who has Eukaryotic cells? Animals Plants Fungi Cell Organelles – Structure and Function Each cell is made up of different parts called organelles. Each organelle has a specific job to do and all the organelles work together like a city to get their job done. Cell membrane Responsible for the movement of substances into and out of the cell Eukaryotic Cell CELL MEMBRANE (aka Plasma membrane) Cytoplasm Fluid-like environment that all of the organelles float in Eukaryotic Cell cytoplasm Cytoplasm Eukaryotic Cell Nucleus the Control center for the cell Contains DNA STUDENT VOLUNTEER TO BE THE NUCLEUS… Ribosomes Ribosomes make proteins!! STUDENT VOLUNTEER TO BE A RIBOSOME ….. ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM STUDENT VOLUNTEER TO TRAVEL THROUGH THE ER … Endoplasmic Reticulum The endoplasmic reticulum is made up of channels that transport things through the cell! THERE ARE TWO KINDS OF endoplasmic reticulum (ER): - SMOOTH (no ribosomes!) - ROUGH (with ribosomes!) Mitochondria The “Power House” of the cell Creates energy for the cell Golgi Apparatus Modify, package and ship proteins – STUDENT VOLUNTEER TO BE THE GOLGI APPARATUS? LYSOSOMES VOLUNTEER TO BE A LYSOSOME? Gets rid of the waste products of the cell!! Vacuole Space that holds food, water and other materials. FOUND IN PLANT CELLS!!! Chloroplast Absorbs energy from the sun to make food (glucose) USING WHAT PROCESS?! Cell Wall Surrounding of the plant cell that is responsible for support, structure, and protecting the cell Animal Cells and Plant Cells are different!!! Even though plants and animals both have eukaryotic cells, their cells are not exactly the same! The differences between plant and animal cells are mostly caused by the different ways plants and animals capture and breakdown energy. Complete Exit Slips Movement/Voices: Silent and sitting still. Instructions: Answer the questions at the bottom of your guided notes that say “exit slip.” Materials: A lined piece of paper with the Valor Heading Voices/Movement: silent and sitting still. Explain how the Organelles work together to keep a cell alive (also include why this information is important for keeping you alive!) Paragraph starter: A cell is kept alive because its organelles (parts) work together. The cell membrane helps the cell… Cell Analogies: Discussion Movement/Voices: Sitting still, restaurant voices. Instructions: Create analogies for the organelles in your grid by comparing them to city structures. FOR EXAMPLE: The nucleus controls the functions of the cell, so it might be the GOVERNMENT or CITY HALL. Cell Brochures Materials: Cell Brochure Handout, Notes, textbooks Voices/Movement: “restaurant” voices, sitting still. Instructions: Fold a piece of paper into a brochure format, and read the instructions on your handout! 3D Cell Project Introduction Materials: 3-D Cell Model Handout Voices/Movement: speaking only when called on, sitting still Instructions: Read aloud project description and go over rubric for grading. 3D Cell Project Introduction DUE DATE: THIS PROJECT IS DUE ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3rd! WRITE THAT DOWN! THREE PARTS: 1) FILL OUT ATTACHED GRID 2) “LONG ANSWER”: WRITE A PARAGRAPH 3) 3D CELL MODEL ITSELF ** For extra credit, you can make a prokaryotic cell model. See me for details!