The History of Cells (PowerPoint)

The History of Cells (PowerPoint)
The History of Cells (PowerPoint)
The History of Cells (PowerPoint)
The History of Cells (PowerPoint)
The History of Cells (PowerPoint)
The History of Cells (PowerPoint)
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2 MB|11 pages
Product Description
This PowerPoint file is a wonderful presentation about the history of cells. The PowerPoint begins with the discussion of Robert Hooke, proceeds to the Cell Theory (Schwann, Schleidan, & Virchow), then discusses the diversity of cells, and ends with the differences between prokaryotes and eukaryotes. This PowerPoint contains a very nice collection of images and animations to assist with understanding. All pictures used are in the “public domain” so there is no worry of copyright violation. At the end is a quick practice quiz for your students to try if you wish to check for understanding.

I have also included a “fill-in-the-blank” style worksheet to accompany these notes for you to distribute to your students if you wish.

You can view this entire PowerPoint on my YouTube page prior to purchase. This way you can see exactly what is included in the PowerPoint. However, if you purchase this product the PowerPoint will not be narrated. You still have to teach yourself (lol). The address to view this presentation is below:

In total, there are 3 files attached to this product:
1) Cell History PowerPoint
2) Student Notes worksheet (Word format)
3) Student Notes worksheet (PDF format)

Key Words:
Cell history
Cell Theory
Robert Hooke
Total Pages
11 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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