Who am I? Cell Organelle Edition is an activity students can do after they have taken notes or gotten information on the cell's organelles. This activity helps practice the organelle names and their function in the cell. Organelles that are incorporated into this activity are: nucleus, mitochondria, ribosomes, cell wall, cell membrane, chloroplasts, cytoplasm, vacuole, lysosome, endoplasmic reticulum, and golgi apparatus.
This engaging lesson has students moving around the classroom while learning. Unfortunately with life science concepts there is a lot of new terminology and memorizing definitions of vocab terms. Why not make learning organelles and their function more engaging by incorporating technology into the lesson.
In this activity, there are 20 QR code posters that students will have to scan. When they scan the code an image will pop up with a description of an organelle. Students have to identify "who" the organelle is in the description and write it in the appropriate box on their worksheet. Students can use phones or chromebooks to scan the posters.
This product includes:
PDF of the QR code posters
PPT of the QR code posters (editable if need be)
PDF of the student worksheet, answer key, and directions.
PPT of the student worksheet, answer key, and directions.
The link that the students receive from the QR code poster is a link into the google drive folder of this activity. Because of this the link will not be blocked while using school wifi.