Being a Cell Tourist
1 Captain of your own cell ship
In Cell Command, students become captain of a "cell ship" pioneering throughout the body and completing missions with their microscopic crew. From the Golgi Complex to DNA replication, students learn to manage various stations involved in critical cellular functions.
Teacher will set up a classroom visit for this site.
Students will use the information provided by the teacher to access the website to take command their own "cell ship" to understand the functions of the cell locations.
2 Tell About Your Trip Through Trading Cards
Students should develop at least 5 trading cards based on the major organelles found in an eukaryotic cell.
The Trading Cards
Using the information gathered from your trip around the cell, now share your experience by developing trading cards.Each trading card should include the following information:
a. The name and picture of organelle visited.
b. Where it is found.
c. What it does.
d. Something that performs the same function.