Cell Theory, Structure and Transport Syllabus: Chapter 7

Core Standard 2:  Describe features that are common to all cells and contrast those with distinctive features that allow cells to carry out specific functions.

B.2.1         Describe features common to all cells that are essential for growth and survival. Explain their functions.

B.2.2         Explain that most cells contain mitochondria (the key sites of cellular respiration), where stored chemical energy is converted into useable energy for the cell.

B. 2.3.        Explain that some cells, including many plant cells, contain chloroplasts (the key sites of photosynthesis) where the energy of light is captured for use in chemical work.

B.2.4         Explain that all cells contain ribosomes (the key sites for protein synthesis), where genetic material is decoded in order to form unique proteins.

B.2.5        Explain that cells use proteins to form structures (e.g., cilia, flagella), which allow them to carry out specific functions (e.g., movement, adhesion, absorption).  

B.2.6        Investigate a variety of different cell types and relate the proportion of different organelles within these cells to their functions.

Essential Vocabulary for Cell Structure

Cell Theory and Structure:                Cell theory        Plasma (cell) membrane                 Eukaryote                Prokaryote                Nucleus                        Cytoplasm        Vacuole                        Lysosome        Endoplasmic reticulum                Ribosome                Golgi apparatus                Cytoskeleton                Centriole

        Organelle                Cell                Cell Transport:                        Diffusion                Facilitated diffusion        Isotonic                        Hypertonic

Hypotonic                Osmosis         (phospho) Lipid bilayer                Selective permeability        Equilibrium                Concentration gradient

Cell Theory, Structure and Transport Lesson Outline – Pre AP

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9/25

Due: 7.1 guided reading

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HW: none

9/26

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  • Organelle Pictures
  • Compare/Contrast Pro and Eukaryotes

HW: none

9/27

Due: none

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9/28

Due: none

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  • Cells Webquest

HW: none

9/29

Due: 7.2 guided reading

Schedule:

  • Cell Microviewer and Microscope Lab

HW: none

10/2

Due: cell project

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  • Cell Project

HW: none

10/3

Due: none

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  • Cell Theory and Structure Vocab Quiz
  • Cell Project

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10/4

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  • Cell Project

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10/5

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  • Cell Project

HW: project due

10/6

Due: project due

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  • Cells Structure Test

HW: Fall Break!

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10/23

Due: none

Schedule:

  • Cell Transport Notes
  • Transport CrashCourse

HW:  none

10/24

Due: lab

Schedule:

  • Cell Transport Virtual Lab

HW: none 

10/25

Due: none

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  • Cell Transport Practice worksheet
  • Egg Osmosis

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10/26

Due:

Schedule:

  • Egg Osmosis
  • Cell Transport Vocab Quiz
  • Grade 7.3 GR?

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10/27

Due:

Schedule:

  • Egg Osmosis
  • Cell Theory, Structure and Transport Review Guide
  • Baggie Diffusion Lab

HW: review guide

10/30

Due:

Schedule:

  • Cells Exam Review Stations

HW: none

10/31

Due: none

Schedule:

  • Cell Theory, Structure and Transport Test

HW: none

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