The Cellular Transport Bundle contains 81 pages/slides with a slide show, cellular transport activity, 27 vocabulary cards, two weeks of bellringers, test, review questions, and answer keys.
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Cellular Transport Activity
This activity can work with individuals, in a group, or teacher-led.
Students will answer questions about passive and active transport.
Students will draw the particles moving through the plasma membrane for diffusion, osmosis, facilitated diffusion, and active transport.
Students will identify the direction of the concentration gradient in the above transports.
Cellular Transport Slide Show
with 21 slides
The structure and function of the plasma membrane.
~Passive (diffusion, osmosis, and facilitated transport).
Endocytosis and exocytosis (a type of active transport).
~Hypertonic, hypotonic, and isotonic solutions.
27 Vocabulary Cards
You can use the cards in multiple ways, including: placing them on a word wall and use them as a vocabulary review game as a whole class or as a group.
I am able to customize vocabulary cards for any topic. Please let me know if you are looking for something specific.
Two Weeks of Bellringers
Word of the Week: Plasma Membrane
Read and Respond: Passive Transport
Compare and Contrast: Passive and Active Transports
Problem Solving: Diffusion
Anything Goes: Concentration Gradient
Word of the Week: Cell Wall
Read and Respond: Tonicity
Compare and Contrast: Endocytosis and Exocytosis
Problem Solving: Protein Transport within the Cell
Anything Goes: Endocytosis
Test and Review Questions
The cellular transport test is multiple choice, matching, short answer, and 1 essay question.
The following topics are covered on the test:
The differences in active and passive transport.
The function of carbohydrates, proteins, and cholesterol in the plasma membrane.
The plasma membrane structure and function.
Hypertonic, hypotonic, and isotonic.
Endocytosis and exocytosis.