Day in-the-life-of-a-cell

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Day in-the-life-of-a-cell

  1. 1. Monday 3 OctoberTopic: A day in the life of a cellDO NOW OBJECTIVE What comes to mind when you hear Explain how at least 5 cell the word ‘protein?’ Describe what organelles work together to functions you think they have in the body. Why do you think they’re make and use proteins in your necessary in a healthy body? bodyTURN IN:• 2 sheets – one of labeled cell parts, and one is the table of all the organelle functionsHW:Rough draft due Wednesday: Detailed AGENDA paragraph (typed or neatly written on • Day in the life of a cell! separate paper)Describe how the organelles in a cell work • You will get a ‘script’ afterwardstogether to make and use proteins. Include at which, combined with yourleast 5 different organelles in your essay. notes, is all you need for the hw
  2. 2. (Modifies and shapes the protein) Protein Ribosome being formed at Ribosome Protein Protein could go to membrane to be released into blood stream RNA RNADNA ATP (for the cell to use) (Holds genetic information) Cell Respiration Glucose +(Copies genetic from DNA and carries it to the O2 Ribosome to make proteins)
  3. 3. Tuesday 4 October Topic: A day in the life of a cellDO NOW OBJECTIVE Where is DNA located and why? Explain how at least 5 cell How do ribosomes get their building organelles work together to information? make and use proteins in your What contribution to protein production body (cont) does the ER (endoplasmic reticulum) play?TURN IN:• 2 sheets – one of labeled cell parts, and one is the table of all the organelle functionsHW:Rough draft due Wednesday: Detailed AGENDA paragraph (typed or neatly written on • Finish day in the life of a cell separate paper)Describe how the organelles in a cell work • Cell analogiestogether to make and use proteins. Include atleast 5 different organelles in your essay.
  4. 4. (Modifies and shapes the protein) Protein Ribosome being formed at Ribosome Protein Protein could go to membrane to be released into blood stream RNA RNADNA ATP (for the cell to use) (Holds genetic information) Cell Respiration Glucose +(Copies genetic from DNA and carries it to the O2 Ribosome to make proteins)
  5. 5. Cell analogies  With a partner, you are to come up with analogies for a minimum of 4 organelles of your choice  These analogies must compare the function of the organelle to a part of a city  E.g. a vesicle is like a mail truck because it picks up materials to deliver  You and your partner should write your analogy on the appropriate poster  Most creative wins!OBJECTIVEExplain how at least 5 cell organelles work together to make and use proteins in your body (cont)
  6. 6.  Nucleus  Vacuole Endoplasmic reticulum  Lysosome Ribosome  Cell membrane Golgi body  Cytoplasm Mitochondrion  Cell wall Vesicle  ChloroplastOBJECTIVEExplain how at least 5 cell organelles work together to make and use proteins in your body (cont)
  7. 7. Friday 7 OctoberTopic: Cells Under the MicroscopeDO NOW OBJECTIVE Complete the pre-lab questions Identify various cells and cell components by creating wet mount slides from different organisms.HW:• Complete lab analysis questions AGENDA• Detailed paragraph (typed or neatly • Review lab protocol written on separate paper), describeing how the organelles in a cell work together to • Cells under the microscope make and use proteins. Include at least 5 • TURN IN LAB BEFORE YOU different organelles in your essay. LEAVE
  8. 8. Lab Protocol It is imperative that you stay AT your lab table and RAISE YOUR HAND for permission to move about the room  This means roaming around for ANY REASON  You get one roaming warning then the next offense is a blue slip Lab materials are to be used for the purpose written in the lab report ONLY  ANY misuse of lab materials is an automatic blue slip, no questions asked
  9. 9. Lab Protocol Today you are observing animals cells (your own cheek cells) and plant cells (Elodea leaflets) The ENTIRE lab is written step by step – do everything in order so you don’t get lost/confused! Your lab is to be completed (with analysis questions) and turned in TODAY  If you don’t complete the lab, you must finish afterschool during office hours

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