Students will create CEA that uses their experience analyzing plant and animal cells. Pictured is a student organizer.
Today we are analyzing cells. We have to tell the difference between animal and plant cells by using a venn diagram. Above us a picture of pond scrum.
Students analyzed plant and animal cells under the microscope. They are beginning to recognize a nucleus and cell walls. Pictured is an onion cell that we analyzed with a microscope.
Today we are analyzing elodea and begonia leaves. We are learning about different cells in class. Above there is a picture of a begonia under a microscope.
From: Brielle and Margaret
Students are creating claims that speak to the bacteria in lyme and strep- specifically targeting ease of transferrence.
Students are using their CEA responses to fuel our debate. We are taking a stance and using evidence to suppport whether a car is living or non-living.
Students engaged in an imaginary scenario where a Martian steals a car from earth and tries to convince his friends it’s a living thing. A defense team of students are using data on characteristics of living things to defend their client. A prosecution team will debate their claim that a car is non-living. We debate Monday!!
We are using three different sources to gain background knowledge on Lyme Disease.