Cells and Microorganisms Interactive Notebook

Cells and Microorganisms Interactive Notebook
Cells and Microorganisms Interactive Notebook
Cells and Microorganisms Interactive Notebook
Cells and Microorganisms Interactive Notebook
Cells and Microorganisms Interactive Notebook
Cells and Microorganisms Interactive Notebook
Cells and Microorganisms Interactive Notebook
Cells and Microorganisms Interactive Notebook
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*This 23 page PDF file contains all the notes needed to reinforce key cells and microorganisms content.

*This is aligned with the Georgia Performance Standard: S5L3 and S5L4
NOTE: With the introduction of the new Georgia Standards of Excellence, this interactive notebook should serve as a perquisite to your curriculum as this addresses the content needed to apply the science standards.

*PDF includes how to assemble directions, teacher guide notes, and a blank student copy.

*Standards are referenced on each student copy of notes!

*Notes include:
-What Are Cells? (S5L3)
-Animal Cell (S5L3b & S5L3c)
-Plant Cell (S5L3b & S5L3c)
-Plant vs. Animal Cell (S5L3b & S5L3c)
-Description of Organelles (S5L3b & S5L3c)
-Organelle Fill-In-The-Blank (S5L3b & S5L3c)
-Microorganisms (S5L4)
-Beneficial or Harmful? (S5L4a & S5L4b)

S5L3. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to compare and contrast the parts of plant and animal cells.
a. Gather evidence by utilizing technology tools to support a claim that plants and animals are comprised of cells too small to be seen without magnification.
b. Develop a model to identify and label parts of a plant cell (membrane, wall, cytoplasm,
nucleus, chloroplasts) and of an animal cell (membrane, cytoplasm, and nucleus).
c. Construct an explanation that differentiates between the structure of plant and animal cells.

S5L4. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about how microorganisms benefit or harm larger organisms.
a. Construct an argument using scientific evidence to support a claim that some microorganisms are beneficial.
b. Construct an argument using scientific evidence to support a claim that some microorganisms are harmful.
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