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Plant Cells
&
Animal
Cells
EDU 280
Eleni Theodorakos
6.1 Creating Visuals to Supplement a Lesson
PLANT CELL
ANIMAL CELL
ORGANELLES
Plant Cell:
-cell membrane and cell wall
-chloroplast for photosynthesis
-amyloplast
-vacuole (big)
-nucleus, n...
Plant Cell:
-Cell membrane and
cell wall
-Square shape
-Photosynthesis with
chloroplasts
-Big vacuole
-Has amyloplasts
-Ne...
DRAWING & 3D
MODEL
CROSSWORD PUZZLE
WORKS CITED
Smaldino, S. E., Lowther, D. L., & Russell, J. D. (2012).
Instructional Technology and Media for Learning (10t...
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  • Visual Design Guidelines and Principles:-Symbols: pictorial-Colors Schemes: inspired by nature and the pictures and background colors are analogous colors (orange, green, and yellow) which are close to each other on the color wheel, thus forming pleasing combinations.
  • Learning Objective: Know and define the characteristics of the plant cell. Visual Design Guidelines and Principles:-Symbols: pictorial-Color Schemes: inspired by nature and the picture and background colors are analogous colors (orange, green, and yellow) which are close to each other on the color wheel, thus forming visually pleasing combinations. -Appeal: This slide is appealing because the focus is on a large picture of the plant cell, which is a cross-section, representing the inside of the cell and it’s multiple parts. There are no words, it is meant to be shown and discussed with teacher and students.
  • Learning Objective: Know and define the characteristics of the animal cell. Visual Design Guidelines and Principles:-Symbols: pictorial-Color Schemes: inspired by nature and the picture and background colors are analogous colors (orange, green, and yellow) which are close to each other on the color wheel, thus forming visually pleasing combinations. -Appeal: This slide is appealing because the focus is on a large picture of the animal cell, which is a cross-section, representing the inside of the cell and it’s multiple parts. There are no words, it is meant to be shown and discussed with teacher and students.
  • Learning Objective: Know and understand the role of the organelles in the plant and animal cell, that belong to the plant cell and the animal cell. (refer to definitions in textbook). Visual Design Guidelines and Principles:-Contrast and Legibility: The orange and yellow colors create a contrast, thus helping the yellow words stand out as the focus of the slide, and it is legible since the color choices make the words stand out and they are large enough for the audience to read. -Color Schemes: inspired by nature and colors are analogous (orange, green, and yellow) which are close to each other on the color wheel, thus forming pleasing combinations. -Balance: The lists are equally distributed vertically, making it symmetrical.
  • Learning Objective: Know and understand similarities and differences when comparing plant cells to animal cells. Visual Design Guidelines and Principles:-Color Schemes: inspired by nature and colors are analogous colors (orange, green, and yellow) which are close to each other on the color wheel, thus forming pleasing combinations. -Arrangement: Attempting to move the viewer’s eye across each circle section, so comparisons and differences of the cells are clear. -Balance: This balance is informal, not exactly symmetrical or formal. -Graphs and visuals for data: Using a Venn Diagram to display characteristics of the plant and animal cell.
  • Learning Objective:Name and draw the characteristics of the plant cell and the animal cell. Build a 3D representation of both cells. Class activities: draw models and then build models. Visual Design Guidelines and Principles:-Symbols: pictorial-Figure/Ground: the pictures stand out as the focal point to be compared and the rest of the slide recedes. -Arrangement: the viewer’s eye should flow across the two drawings in order to compare the organelles in each cell.
  • Learning Objective: Know and define the organelles of each cell. Effectively match the organelle name to its definition for the plant and animal cell. Student activity: work in pairs to create a crossword puzzle, which will include plant and animal cell organelles and their definitions (refer to definitions in textbook). Visual Design Guidelines and Principles:-Color Schemes: Background colors are analogous colors (green and orange-yellow) which are close to each other on the color wheel, thus forming pleasing combinations. -Graphs and visuals for data: Using a crossword puzzle example to represent what students will make in groups. -Patterns: The crossword puzzle displayed represents patterns with words and definitions.
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    1. 1. Plant Cells & Animal Cells EDU 280 Eleni Theodorakos 6.1 Creating Visuals to Supplement a Lesson
    2. 2. PLANT CELL
    3. 3. ANIMAL CELL
    4. 4. ORGANELLES Plant Cell: -cell membrane and cell wall -chloroplast for photosynthesis -amyloplast -vacuole (big) -nucleus, nucleolus, nuclear membrane -mitochondria golgi body -smooth/rough ER -ribosomes -centrosome -cytoplasm Animal Cell: -cell membrane (no cell wall) -no chloroplast -lysosome -vacuole (small) -nucleus, nucleolus, nuclear membrane -mitochondria -golgi body -smooth/rough ER -ribosomes -centrosome -cytoplasm
    5. 5. Plant Cell: -Cell membrane and cell wall -Square shape -Photosynthesis with chloroplasts -Big vacuole -Has amyloplasts -Needs sun for energy Animal Cell: -Cell membrane but no cell wall -Round shape -Does not have chloroplasts or photosynthesis -Small vacuole -Has lysosomes -Needs food for energy VENN DIAGRAM COMPARISON BOTH: -Have a nucleus, nucleolus, nuclear membrane, Mitochondria, Golgi body, S and R ER, Ribosomes, Centrosome, Cytoplasm -
    6. 6. DRAWING & 3D MODEL
    7. 7. CROSSWORD PUZZLE
    8. 8. WORKS CITED Smaldino, S. E., Lowther, D. L., & Russell, J. D. (2012). Instructional Technology and Media for Learning (10th ed.). Pages 192-195 Boston: Pearson Education, Inc. Ferneding, Karen. Basic Visual Design Principles Power Point. University of Illinois C&I 335 Class.
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