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There are 3 sets of task cards. There are 2 sets for cells and how single-celled organisms differ from multi-celled organisms (24 cards each). There is also a set of 24 cards for the benefits and harmful effects of microorganisms.
Answer keys and student response sheets are available.
This set of task cards can be used in several ways:
Differentiated Practice (You work with one group, and another group works with the cards)
Center Task Cards
Individual or Small Group Remediation/Acceleration
There are 48 cards for cells: identifying cell features by definition and by diagrams, understanding of single-celled organisms, and how these differ from multi-celled organisms. Each card has 4 answer choices.
There are 24 cards for Harmful and Beneficial Effects of Microorganisms. Each card has 4 answer choices.
Answer key for all sets of task cards
Answer sheets with 24 answer spaces on 1 side for conservation of paper.
Vocabulary and concepts used in Cells and Single-celled vs. Multi-celled Organisms:
nucleus, organelle, cell membrane, mitochondria, golgi body, lysosome, nucleolus, chromosomes, Rough E.R., ribosome, endoplasmic reticulum, vacuole, chloroplasts, chlorophyll, cell wall, cytoplasm, which structures are found in plant cell but not animal cell, which structure is most different in a plant cell vs an animal cell, animal cells can do all of the following except, systems of a multi-celled organism, which statement is true of single-celled organisms, examples of multi-celled organsims, example of single-celled organism, which answer describes a single-celled organism, protozoans, bacteria shape
Vocabulary and concepts used in Beneficial and Harmful Effects of Microorganisms: how to prevent food from spoiling, what happens when you catch a virus, a benefit from algae, protists, bacteria, and plankton, how to prevent food poisoning, vaccinations, bacteria break down food in intestines, cheese, yogurt, bread, how does yeast affect bread, composting, effect of bacteria on teeth, athlete's food, fungus, microscope for viewing, most microorganisms are one-celled, scientific uses for bacteria with world problems such as oil spills and plastic decomp.
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