The Cell Structures and Functions Resources Set contains the following:
- A vocabulary set worksheet for students, which is a graphic organizer. Students write the function of an organelle, determine whether it belongs to a plant cell, animal cell, or both, and have a "free space" to write examples or draw examples.
- A Microsoft PowerPoint presentation that aligns with the vocabulary set. It has an introduction slides for the standards (which can be adjusted accordingly), learning objectives, and essential questions. While it can be used during class time, it is recommended to share this with students to complete outside of regular class time due to the long list of structures. Consider using for flipping the classroom.
- A fill-in-the-blank worksheet where students must read about cells and use context clues to determine which vocabulary word completes a statement. The worksheet describes the difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes, including endosymbiotic theory. It also examines relationships between structures in addition to functions. An answer key is also included.
- A worksheet with a cell diagram and discussion questions. Students must label the diagram as instructed and answer questions related to the structure. This worksheet builds upon knowledge of structures and functions and begins using real-world applications.An answer key is also included.
- A multiple-choice assessment that has 20 questions about cell structures and functions. There is a copy for students to write on, and another copy to use with student answer sheets. An answer key is also included.