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How Different are Plants and Animals at the Cellular Level.

A Learning Exercise for Everything You Want to Know About Cells
Students will compare the inside of an animal cell to a plant cell and find out just how different or similar we are to... see more
Author: Xua Vang
Date added: Jun 28, 2005 Last modified: Jun 30, 2005
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Type of Task: Individual

Where Do Bones Go?

A Learning Exercise for Sticks and Stones Will Break That Bone!
This simulation allows your students to view a complete skeleton then crumble it down and try to reassemble it back together.
Author: Xua Vang
Date added: Jun 28, 2005 Last modified: Jun 28, 2005
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Type of Task: Individual

Help The Blind, Spot Your Students.

A Learning Exercise for The Blind Spot
This is a fun activity to show your students that what you see is not always "what you see״. Your eyes gather light from your... see more
Author: Xua Vang
Date added: Jun 27, 2005 Last modified: Jun 27, 2005
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Type of Task: Team

Genetic Disorder or Not?

A Learning Exercise for Karyotypying for Genetic Disorders
Introduction to using the technique of karyotyping to evaluate possible genetic dieases in humans. Students analyze three... see more
Author: Xua Vang
Date added: Jun 27, 2005 Last modified: Jun 28, 2005
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Type of Task: Individual

The Food Chain

A Learning Exercise for Dynamics of a Food Chain
This assignment allows students to distinguish between a herbivore, carnivore and omnivore and where they are placed in the... see more
Author: Xua Vang
Date added: Jun 22, 2005 Last modified: Jun 22, 2005
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Type of Task: Individual

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