I’ve got a story to tell

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I’ve got a story to tell

  1. 1. I’ve got a story to tell, its about all the organelles in a cell The tiny organs that make it run so that we can still learn and have some fun Look at your hands while I sing, they’re made up of cells like all living things The cell is , the basic, unit of life If you understand you’re gonna be alright. Your cells are super small you can’t see them with your eyes, but a microscope shows a surprise! Inside a cell are the organelles and these are the things of which we sing. A little bit of nucleus controls it all If it’s a plant cell it has a cell wall. A little cell membrane for in and out Cilia and flagella to move about A little bit of ribosomes to synthesize Proteins that travel on an ER ride A little bit of Golgi to package it all All these organelles are in your cells Inside the Nucleus is the DNA Made up of genes and that’s okay Cells have mitochondria for energy Stored in the form of ATP Vacuoles to store more stuff And though there’s more organelles, I think that’s enough!
  2. 2. QUIZ: CELL #5 SONG I’ve got a story to tell, its about all the ((25)) in a cell The tiny ((26)) that make it run so that we can still learn and have some fun Look at your hands while I sing, they’re made up of ((27)) like all living things The cell is , the basic, unit of ((28)) If you understand you’re gonna be alright. Your cells are super small you can’t see them with your eyes, but a ((29)) shows a surprise! Inside a cell are the organelles and these are the things of which we sing. A little bit of ((30)) controls it all If it’s a plant cell it has a ((31)). A little ((32)) for in and out Cilia and ((33)) to move about A little bit of ((34)) to synthesize ((35)) that travel on an ER ride A little bit of ((36)) to package it all All these organelles are in your cells Inside the Nucleus is the ((37)) Made up of ((38)) and that’s okay Cells have ((39)) for ((40)) Stored in the form of ((41)) ((42)) to store more stuff And though there’s more organelles, I think that’s enough! USE COMPLETE SENTENCES TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS: ((43)) What 2 things help a bacterial cell move? ((44)) What does the cell membrane do? ((45)) What does a plant cell have that an animal cell doesn’t? ((46)) What do organelles do for the cell? ((47)) Where can proteins be found? ((48)) What organelle runs the cell? ((49)) What is inside of DNA? ((50))What are all living things made up of? ((51)) What do ribosomes make? ((52)) What produces energy for the cell? ((53)) How is energy stored in the cell? ((54)) What scientific tool is used to see cells? WORD BANK FOR SONG ONLY Flagella Organelles Organs DNA Ribosomes Cells Proteins Mitochondria Life Microscope Golgi ATP Nucleus Cell wall Genes Vacuoles Energy Cell membrane
  3. 3. MICROSCOPE QUIZ: WORD BANK: MICROSCOPE 4x (low power objective lens) light source arm 10x (high power objective lens) stage ocular lens base fine adjustment knob stage clips nose piece coarse adjustment knob body tube diaphragm #3 is 10x objective lens #15—When you begin using a microscope, this lens should be in place. #16—When you begin using a microscope, the stage should be in this place. #17—To see the speciman through the ocular lens, one should start turning this knob. #18—When do you stop moving the knob mentioned in #17? #19 & 20—What TWO microscope parts can you adjust to see your specimen more clearly? After the 4x view is focused and you want to zoom in more, what steps would you take to get it all the way focused clearly at 40x? (name at least 4 steps) #21—step 1 #22—step 2 #23—step 3 #24—step 4

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