Students will create a 3-D model of a plant or animal cell using common materials. They will label the structures on the model with numbers, providing a typewritten key to identify the labels. Also on the key, you will identify the location of the structure in relation to other structures on your particular cell, as well as the function of each structure.
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9 years ago
I have seen these models hanging in biology classes. What a good idea and way to help students remember and learn cell anatomy.
9 years ago
A great hands on project! Thanks.
Stefanie Chow Vertrees
9 years ago
A great project to give to the students and will help those hands-on learners.
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