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Slides. g. prepared slides of an insect's leg or wing. g. section of a plant root, whole small insect. Worksheet B2 (extension) How cells were discovered One sheet per pupil (for Homework). U2 18/9/02 3:41 pm Page 53 © HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2002 Chapter 2 Lesson 1 – Detailed Lesson Plan Chapter 2 Lesson 1 – Detailed Lesson Plan Timing Teaching and Learning Activities Differentiation Learning Outcomes 10 In and register Introduce the topic: What are living organisms made of? Conduct a Q and A with the class on the idea of organs being made up of cells, referring to the photographs on p.
However, it is a very good idea to lay down some simple guidelines at as early a stage as possible. Each pupil is asked to make their own list of do's and don'ts. You could then build up a class list of these, and then attempt, through discussion, to prepare them down to a few simple points. These could include: • trying to make sure that the shapes and proportions are roughly correct • using an HB pencil and a good rubber, so that you don't make too much of a mess if you need to rub something out and try again • using single, clear lines, not fuzzy ones with multiple pencil marks • not using too much shading (indeed, it is probably best not to use it at all) • not using colour unless is it really helpful to make one part stand out from another • making a large drawing (even though what you are looking at is very small) © HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2002 Absolute Science Year 7 49 Ab Sci InX Tch Notes Unit 2 18/9/02 3:42 pm Page 50 Labelling is also important, and points could include: • • • • drawing label lines with a ruler, and making sure they touch what they are labelling not letting label lines cross over each other, as this can be confusing writing the labels themselves horizontally keeping the labels well away from the drawing itself.
25 to remind pupils of plant cell structure, and the main plant cell parts. 5 With the class, go through Worksheet B4 Looking at animal cells, clarifying procedures and reminding pupils of microscope technique. Differentiation Learning Outcomes Pupils will produce drawings of varying quality, according to skill or understanding. Pupils have drawn some human cells as they appear under a microscope. 25 to add the functions of the parts on their diagrams. Pupils have drawn and labelled a diagram of an animal cell.