My 7th grade Science students are creative, thoughtful and full of questions! They absolutely love hands-on, active, engaging projects and challenges that allow them to think outside the box to find solutions! They come to school each day ready to try new things and take brave chances in order to grow both personally and academically. Truly, they are my inspiration!
Many students in my classroom come in saying they have difficulty completing practice assignments at home because of lack of supplies and resources.
Our school is near Washington DC, many families often struggle to supply their children with classroom supplies or resources.Many of our children are on free or reduce lunch.
Each child in my classroom absolutely loves learning, although the method and environment in which they learn best vary greatly. We incorporate a variety of learning strategies, group work, and alternative seating and learning options to ensure that each student's needs are met, right where they are! They are truly an incredible group, and I am so lucky and thankful to have a new group of learners that are excited and ready to learn each year!
This is to help students see and study the internal organelles of some organisms in the case of frog.The functions of the internal organelles, how they come from pre-existing cells.
The structural adaptation of the organisms to it environments and it impact to the community.
For the heart is to help the students to see some of the veins and arteries that supplies the heart and take away substances from the heart.Also how the internal structure of the heart looks like.
Gather and organize data to defend or argue the proposition that all living things are made up of cells and that the cell carries the basic life functions.
a) Use microscopes or other magnifying instruments to observe, describe and compare the cellular composition of different body tissues and organs in plants and animals.
B) Based on data compiled from a number of lessons completed, take and defend a position on the statement "the way in which cells function is the same in all organisms.
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