Scaffolded Cell Model Template- Class Cellfie
Do you find that students learn all about the structure and function of cells at the beginning of the year, but then seem to lose grasp once you approach cell processes? The cell-fie is designed to scaffold information so that the students' retain more information. Post a Cell-fie to Your Classroom Wall!
The cell-fie highlights certain cell parts and organelles as the year goes on. Cell parts are swapped for more specific ones or built upon as you further explore cell processes.
This template is very flexible, and even includes some suggestions for household items instead of the template provided (everything is totally up to you- there are not any sort of formal or strict instructions- only suggestions!)
The cell-fie is a great visual to have handy in your classroom. It is can also easily be incorporated into your daily warm ups!
The zip folder contains the following:
1. Cell-fie interactive model template (basic organelles)
2. Cell Processes for Scaffolding:
- Cell Transport
3. Plant Cell Add Ons
4. Add Ons (extra labels, title cards, cell phone, magnifying glass)
Please be advised: You will be required to print and cut out the cell parts, and create your interactive board. I strongly suggest laminating the cell parts and storing them properly to get many years of use out of them. I do not suggest using plain paper, which curls over time. At the very least, card stock should be used when printing.
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