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NEXT. Animal Cells. Welcome Scientists! Thank you for coming to our Internet workshop. In this workshop you will be asked to compare and contrast animal cells that reproduce with a neuron that does not reproduce. Cells Alive. Neuroscience for Kids.

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Animal Cells

Welcome Scientists!

Thank you for coming to our Internet workshop. In this workshop you will be asked to compare and contrast animal cells that reproduce with a neuron that does not reproduce.

Cells Alive

Neuroscience for Kids

LaToya Stephens,Woodmock Middle School, Memphis TN

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Workshop Task

After completing this workshop you should be able to do the following:

  • Recognize the differences among cells, tissues, organs, and systems.
  • Differentiate between the structures and functions of animal cells.
  • Recognize that cell division occurs in sequential stages.

Wikipedia

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The Exploration and Product

You will review websites, gather research, and complete a few interactive websites. You will use this information to create a Venn Diagram.

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The Assessment Activity

After viewing the websites, and completing the activities, you will create a Venn Diagram Poster that displays your learning. You will then use your Venn Diagram to create two 3D models. One will be of an animal cell that reproduces and one will be of a neuron. Please click below to find out the specific requirements of your project.

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The Cell Page

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Important Online Information Sources

The following websites will help you to search for information for your project:

Animal Cells

Cell Parts – You do not have to do the activity, only read information and view illustrations.

Interactive Animal Cell

Wikipedia Animal Cell

The Neuron

The Neuron – View information. You may click on “Index” for more information pertainting to the brain.

Neuroscience for Kids

Neuron Review

The Great Brain Book, Chapter 5, pg 84

Cell Division

Wikipedia Cell Division

Mitosis and Meiosis

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Enrichment Opportunities

Interview a local neuroscientist in our area. The following are excellent sites about the brain:

  • The Whole Brain Atlas
  • Neuroscience for Kids – Brain Basics
  • Dissect a Sheep’s Brain Online!
  • Brain Awareness Week
  • Neuron Word Search

DANA Website

teacher support materials
BENCHMARKS

All living things are composed of cells, from just one to many millions, whose details usually are visible only through a microscope.

Cells repeatedly divide to make more cells for growth and repair.

Within cells, many of the basic functions of organisms such as extracting energy from food and getting rid of waste are carried out.

About two thirds of the weight of cells is accounted for by water, which gives cells many of their properties.

Websites Cited:

Neuroscience For Kids

Cells Alive!

Wikipedia

The Cell Page

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Teacher Support Materials

LaToya Stephens,Woodmock Middle School, Memphis TN