This cells lesson about animal and plant cells makes flipping your class easier and helps your students by allowing them to learn the difference between animal and plant cells at home and then practice applying the topic in class the next day.
95% of my students have said the flipped lesson videos were the most helpful way to learn the basics. This is a great way to differentiate your lesson and meet the needs of all your students.
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two different videos you can use to flip your video using youtube and edpuzzle
Notes template with questions for students to take notes while watching the video
Short quiz with answer key to test the students understanding of the video information
Two different lessons that are designed 1. re-teach the information for students that are still struggling and 2. practice applying the information from the video. The advanced has two choices. Choice 1: students create an edible cell cookie (you will need to supply the materials), Choice 2: students use computers to investigate more about plant and animal cells and create a pamphlet (this one will not work with iPADS)
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