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This powerpoint and Guided Notes set is used to discuss Cell Structure and Function. The powerpoint and guided notes correspond to Section 7-4: Homeostasis and Cells from Miller and Levine. This powerpoint and the Guided Notes could easily be adapted to fit any biology textbook. - The powerpoint for
This straightforward 3-page worksheet includes practice for analyzing hypertonic, hypotonic and isotonic solutions and how they would affect cells, as well as some real-world application questions from the grocery store and red blood cells. It reviews OSMOSIS ONLY and does not include diffusion or
The Cell Transport Processes covered in this PowerPoint and worksheet bundle are diffusion, passive transport, osmosis: hypertonic, isotonic, hypotonic, active transport, endocytosis, exocytosis, phagocytosis, and pinocytosis. The PowerPoint and worksheets also cover homeostasis and basic elements c
The Cell Transport Processes covered in these worksheets are diffusion, passive transport, osmosis: hypertonic, isotonic, hypotonic, active transport, endocytosis, exocytosis, phagocytosis, pinocytosis. The worksheets also covers homeostasis and what basic elements a cells needs to have in order to
This product is designed to have students practice with the concept of homeostasis and look at the different aspects of a cell membrane that helps an organism maintain homeostasis. This product allows students to see the words and concepts in different ways and to really help them understand the dif
Objectives: Compare and contrast passive and active transport. Predict the movement of molecules (including water) across a semipermeable membrane. Activities 1. Students create a 3D pyramid from handout. 2. Students watch a 7:48 video on cell membranes and cell transport. 3. Students draw and l
This is a virtual cell homeostasis (osmosis) lab with dialysis tubing and sugar solutions. The online platform does a fantastic job involving students by having the weight, mix solutions, collect data, etc. The lab handout has students answer pre-lab questions, collect data, calculate change in mass
This PowerPoint works as a phenomenal supplement to the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Fusion workbooks for 6th grade Science! This lesson covers Homeostasis and Cell Processes from Unit 3 (Cells) and is completely aligned to the Ohio New Learning Standards for Science. I am providing all teachers who pu
This lesson works great following my Cells Basics Lesson and the fun Cells Monster Breakout Room Game. I do include some information on feedback mechanisms without going into extreme detail, This is mostly focused on the general ways that cells maintain homeostasis.Included is a editable teacher ver
The Cell Transport Processes covered in this PowerPoint are diffusion, passive transport, osmosis: hypertonic, isotonic, hypotonic, active transport, endocytosis, exocytosis, phagocytosis, and pinocytosis. The PowerPoint also covers homeostasis and what basic elements cells need to have in order to
This is a fun created way for student to teach students. Students will pick one of 6 topics (photosynthesis, cellular respiration, how organisms respond to the environment, mitosis, passive transport, active transport). Student will research their topics using the guidelines provided and present to
This is a great product for ESOL/ELL students and a great accommodation for students with IEPs. Students will match the word with the definition. Once approved by the teacher, students will then write them down in their notebooks. Students will work on words such as HOMEOSTASIS, PHOTOSYNTHESIS, OSMO
Provide your students high quality visuals with these anchor charts! These are just 2 of the 16 anchor chart set. These focus specifically on Cell Types and Cellular Homeostasis. On each poster you will find:~Title and Essential Questions~At least 3-4 tested vocabulary words~Engaging visualsThe anch
Homeostasis & cell processes digital matching activity. Students are given 10 words with definitions; they will need to match the definition to the correct vocabulary word. This is a digital resource that requires internet access to complete activity.Includes:Teacher Guide - PDF with Answ
This is a one or two day lesson depending on if you choose to use the simulator. It has been designed to cell theory and homeostasis in cells. Lesson contains two page of diagrams and notes, a simulators with graph, open ended questions and a variety of multiple choice questions.Multiple Choice Que
Homeostasis and Cell Transport Vocabulary Academic Content Vocabulary Do your students struggle with the difficult science vocabulary? Help them achieve success by targeting the vocabulary! 22 target vocabulary words regarding Homeostasis and Cell Transport! Thank you to http://www.teachersp
This concept map covers homeostasis as it is maintained by cellular transport. This could be used as notes, you could add a word bank and use as a Quiz, or as a partner activity.
Flash Cards that introduce the vocabulary for cell transport and homeostasis. 10 cards in a set
This is a summative assessment. It contains all multiple choice or matching questions. This test requires students to apply their knowledge using diagrams, images, and analogies.
Notes on homeostasis and ways an organism maintains homeostasis in an outline form. Ready to fill-in outline available, as well,
This is a writing with peer feedback. Peer feedback is such an easy way to take grading off of yourself, which is GREAT. TAG is a great way to scaffold students to learn how to give meaningful and helpful feedback. This is great for ELL learners or students who struggle with writing. Enjoy!!!
This is a review handout designed to help Biology students to study the basic Cell Structure, Cell Membrane, and Cell Cycle including: Homeostasis Phospholipid Bilayer Hydrophobic Tails Hydrophilic Heads Transfer Proteins Cell Wall Passive Transport Diffusion Osmosis Active Transport Hypertonic So
This is a test on cell organelles, prokaryotic cells, eukaryotic cells, homeostasis and cell reproduction. It includes multiple choice, fill in and constructed response items.
Students read information chunks on the handout to answer associated questions. Students draw representations of diffusion and osmosis.

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