Learning about the cell in a web 2.0 environment. Sciences Grade 8
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The objectives of this project are to learn the vocabulary terminologies related to the cells, to recognize organelles and to understand the importance of good cell growth. The purpose of this project is to validate the knowledge of people face with cancer as well as a better understanding of this dreadful disease.
Internet – email–Blog–Flickr–Online survey –Inspiration – Learning Essentials – Digital Camera – Blog-YouTube
In this project, students will construct a 3-dimensional cell model, take a picture, add annotations, construct an online survey, research the web, interview a specialist on cancer, make a plan, and a graphic organizer, write a report using Microsoft Learning Essentials and blog it.
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