Cells: A World A Part Created by Brian

Cells: A World A Part Created by Brian

Cells: A World A Part Created by Brian Gibbens, Ph.D. Learning Objectives Students will be able to. . . 1. Identify cell parts and explain their function 2. Explain how defects in a cell part can result in human disease 3. Generate thought-provoking questions that expand upon existing knowledge 4. Create a hypothesis and experimental plan to answer

a cell part question 5. Find and reference relevant cell biology journal articles Complete Catalog of Cell Parts The one who does the work does the learning. Top 10 Reasons for Doing This 10. Itll be on the test. 11. Practice asking questions 12. Explore answers to your own

questions 5. Dont waste time covering what you already know 4. Practice teamwork skills & time management 3. Practice for LTP2 13. Practice finding papers 2. Avoid a boring lecture

6. 1. Discover the why cell biology is practical Practice reading papers Identify Your Teams Cell Part 1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Nucleus Centrosome Rough ER Smooth ER Cytoskeleton Peroxisome

Golgi apparatus Lysosome 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Ribosome Plasma Membrane Peroxisome Glycocalyx Vesicles Vacuole Mitochondria Chloroplast Your group # corresponds to your assigned cell part. Cell Part Activity

Step 1: Record everything your team knows about this cell part on a piece of paper. (5 min) Step 2: What dont you know about this cell part? Compose a list of questions. (5 min) Step 3: Select your 1-3 favorite questions. (5 min) Is the answer is already known? Search the web. If not, propose an experiment to answer it. Find the Worksheet Online Use the worksheet to create your teams presentation.

Worksheet Questions 1. What do you already know about your cell part? What does it do? 2. What questions do you have about your cell part? 3. Using online review articles and primary literature articles, try to

answer the questions you posed above. What did you learn in your research that you didnt know before? 4. What is still unknown about your cell part? What research is still being done? 5. How does your cell part relate to human disease?

Next class period each group will present their slides to other groups. Example Slide from Past Presentations Muddiest Point Minute Paper What questions do you have? What are you most confused about? Hand these in today Review and answer these questions for exam

Debrief 1. Thinking about the big picture, what is the most important thing you learned about cell parts today? 2. What did you get out of the poster session that you wouldnt have got out of a lecture? 3. What questions do you still have? Debrief continued Learning Goals of this exercise: Students will appreciate how cell parts relate to their lives and

future careers in research or medicine Students will think metacognatively to identify what they know about a particular topic Students will improve their teamwork and time-management skills as they answer the provided questions and create a poster session presentation 5. Did this activity help you achieve the learning goals listed above? If yes, please provide some examples. If no, explain what was missing. The End

Possible Assessments Formative: Minute Paper about their Stickiest Point, Presentation about their cell part, Class discussion Summative: Quiz, Exam, Long Term Project

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • Laser Work - Brookhaven National Laboratory

    Laser Work - Brookhaven National Laboratory

    Laser beam to view window, cathode, exit view window and small table (Toby) Stand for DC gun table. Laser Transport for LEReC (II) DC gun table. Platform for relay table. Platform for DC gun table ? Holders . for laser...
  • ACT Power Plus Vocabulary - calhoun.k12.al.us

    ACT Power Plus Vocabulary - calhoun.k12.al.us

    Synonyms indifferent offhand Antonyms diligent attentive baroque (adj.) - overly decorated The new dance club had a great light show; the baroque furnishings seemed right in place. ornate Synonyms Antonyms simple hedonism (noun) - pursuit of pleasure, especially of the...
  • Overview of Injury Research - Penn Engineering

    Overview of Injury Research - Penn Engineering

    All of the samples will be tested, each to a different cyclic load. Review the video to identify the failure cycle and to identify any pre-failure deformation. Statistical analysis of the populations of two stitch types. The stress-strain curve for...
  • LaTe middle Ages - Craig's E-portfolio

    LaTe middle Ages - Craig's E-portfolio

    LaTe middle Ages. A time for some horrible history. Middle Ages Events. Bubonic Plague. Little Ice Age. The Papal Schism. The Challenge of the Church. 100 years war. The Black Death (Same thing) ... Edgar Allen Poe's short story about...
  • Husky Ready - University of Washington

    Husky Ready - University of Washington

    of critical resources (Personnel, Facilities, Information and Equipment) necessary for core business, academic or research processes. Alternative staffing plan . for a minimum of 72 hours. Alternative facility planning. for continuity of workspace.
  • Recovery Services Webinar

    Recovery Services Webinar

    Peer-to-peer services are eligible for reimbursement under the DMC-ODS pilot when provided as substance abuse assistance services, as a component of recovery services. Training Plan Required For counties that offer peer support services through the DMC-ODS, the county must first...
  • Randomizing Nursing Students into a Flipped Experience Susan

    Randomizing Nursing Students into a Flipped Experience Susan

    Blackboard email to incoming class. Investigate / compare two different teaching methods. Asked to participate / will be randomly assigned. Separate Blackboard sites / access to only one of the sites. Assurance that professors have taught with this methodology in...
  • Writing a Research Paper - خانه

    Writing a Research Paper - خانه

    selecting specific subheadings with Subject MeSH headings adding in terms (using AND) to represent other aspects of the question limiting to language of article, to human or animal subjects, to publication types (e.g. randomised controlled trials, reviews, etc.), to country...