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Cell Theory

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Transcript of Cell Theory

Cell Theory
You Do
Day 1 -
Giant Frayer models
Day 2 -
End of section questions
1. How did improvements in the microscope help scientists develop the cell theory?
2. Today, scientists can study cells by growing them in petri dishes. Explain how this technique builds on the work of early scientists
We Do
Day 1
Frayer model (use only definition, example, and non example)
Theory
Law
Day 2
Present frayer models from group activity in class
Demonstrate satisfactory usage of terms law and theory in class
Closure
Day 1
How was the development of the cell theory closely tied to advancements in technology?

Day 2
How does the everyday use of the word "theory" influence how people think about scientific theories?
I do
How do the following relate to one another.
objective
Essential Q
Home Learning
Day 1
How was the development of the cell theory closely tied to advancements in technology?

Day 2
How does the everyday use of the word "theory" influence how people think about scientific theories?
Describe the three parts of the cell theory.
Describe the investigations and experiments that produced the evidence that led to our current version of the cell theory.
Discuss how theories develop from evidence collected from different sources at different times and/or different locations.
How does the development of the cell theory demonstrate the powerful nature of science?
FCIM
Day 1
- What are enzymes
Day 2
-Why are enzymes so limited?

Introduction
Use pages 70-72 to answer the following question on the first 2 - 4 lines in notebook

How does the development of the cell theory demonstrate the powerful nature of science
Hypothesis Theory Law
2nd
Coffey, Cameron to Ms. Slade same period

Collins-Cheaney, Henry to Guzzone 5th period moved weightlifting to 3rd period Personal Fitness

Tacoronte, Keisha to Guzzone 5th period/moved ASL from 5th to 3rd

Terrell, James to Guzzone 5th period/moved Spanish II from Nettles to Suarez

Williams, Donte to Guzzone 5th period/moved weightlifting to 3rd period Personal Fitness
7th
From Newbold to Hayden
Bosnic, David – 7th period
Coffey, Angel – 7th period
Cooke, Johnathan – 7th period
Dawson, Camille – 7th period
Etienne, Louis – 7th period
Eubanks, Cade – 7th period
Fawaz, Millaed – 7th period
Gonzalez, Adam – 7th period
Horne, Alexis – 7th period
King, Taliah – 7th period
6th
Drown, Darrell – 6th period
Hughes, Bella – 6th period
Martincic, Katherine – 6th period
Moody, Bailey – 6th period
Morales, Erika – 6th period
Santo, Andrew – 6th period
Scoones, Faith – 6th period
West, Brionna – 6th period
Whipp, Steven – 6th period
Wisely, Brett – 6th period
5th
Barnes, Jonah – 5th period
Beasley, Alyssa – 5th period
Hersh, Rebecca – 5th period
Hillman, Haley – 5th period
Klemann, Chianne – 5th period
Okafor, Kezia – 5th period
Pitman, Haley – 5th period
Quinones-Morale, Yareliz – 5th period
Robinson, Lourdes – 5th period

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