Drawing Cells on the Tables (Histology)

Drawing Cells on the Tables (Histology)
Drawing Cells on the Tables (Histology)
Drawing Cells on the Tables (Histology)
Drawing Cells on the Tables (Histology)
Drawing Cells on the Tables (Histology)
Drawing Cells on the Tables (Histology)
Drawing Cells on the Tables (Histology)
Drawing Cells on the Tables (Histology)
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This activity is designed to be used with chalk markers and any surface that you're willing to let the kids draw on! I've used classroom windows (lots of them), black lab tables (neon chalk markers look great on the black background), cabinets, and doors. Any surface works, but you can use whiteboards, post-it notes, etc.

The purpose of this activity is to become very familiar with the different tissues of the human body and the structure and functions of the cells that they are made of. Students will do this through the use of purposeful and directed artistic representation, AKA drawing. A. Very. Detailed. Drawing.

In short, students will Identify, draw, measure, and label various examples of cells and tissues (histology) and explain the features, functions, and locations of represented tissue groups (research).

Single Point Rubric included.

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5 pages
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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