- NGSS: MS
- España: 5º, 6º Prim.
- Perú: 6º Prim.
- Colombia: 4º, 5º, 6º, 7º Prim.
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The essential unit of life
Cells are the smallest unit of life. All living organisms are composed of one or millions of these tiny cells. In this teaching unit, students will explore the inside of a cell to discover what it´s made of and how it works. They will learn about the different cellular functions and how they bring life to all living things.
The Unit´s activities help to develop students´ cognitive, manual, and creative skills, which promote learning through reasoning and experimentation. This will directly help the students acquire and retain new knowledge.
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This unit works with the following...
- Comprehension of the cell as the smallest form of life
- Differentiation between the types of cells and their basic internal structures
- Knowledge about the important functions of the cell
- Reflection about the different levels of cellular organizations, which comprise living organisms
Skills and Competencies:
- Development of lingustic competence and processing of information
- Stimulation of intrapersonal and visual intelligence
Put together a photographic genealogical tree
Cells from A to Z
Interactive notebook on Cells
Test your knowledge
What is inside a cell?
What is alive and what is not alive around you?
All living beings are made up of cells
How are cells organized in complex organisms?