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Title: Cells Lesson 4


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Cells Lesson 4
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How can we prove that cells exist if we cant see
them?
Use your scientific thinking
In your table groups you have got 2 minutes to
discuss your ideas and then we will talk about
them as a class
Make sure you listen to everyone in your group
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Learning intentions
  • At the end of this lesson
  • All will have
  • used a microscope safely and effectively and
    produced a labelled diagram of an animal cell and
    a model aniaml cell.
  • Most will have
  • peer-assessed a labelled diagram of an animal
    cell and be able to recall the functions of parts
    of an animal cell,
  • completed the crossword
  • Some will have
  • demonstrated their understanding by completing
    Microscopes, size and scale.

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Responsible use of microscopes
  • Microscopes are fragile and delicate
  • They should always be carried with two hands one
    underneath and one holding the curved part of the
    body.
  • You should not touch the lenses.
  • Persistent mistakes include
  • holding the microscope with one hand
  • focussing down onto the slide and breaking it
  • turning the objective lens around and crashing
    into the slide
  • forgetting to mop up excess liquid.

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How to use a microscope
  • Now follow the instructions below carefully.
  • Make sure you have selected the low power
    objective lens (its the smallest).
  • Look down the eyepiece and adjust the mirror
    until it is as light as you can get it.
  • Move the focussing knob until the objective lens
    is as far down as it will go.
  • Put your slide on the stage and secure it with
    the stage clips.
  • Using the focussing knob, move the objective lens
    slowly up. Until you can see something. (You
    will need to keep looking down the eyepiece as
    you do this).
  • When you think you can see something, check with
    the teacher before drawing what you see.
  • When you have finished, remember to remove the
    slide from the microscope before packing it away.

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How are we going to look at an animal cell?
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Remember the rules?
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Recording what you can see
Things outlined in black are probably air
bubbles! Get me to help you if you cant see!
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  • Write a clear heading.
  • Use a sharp HB pencil.
  • Draw firm, continuous lines and avoid using too
    much shading.
  • Include the magnification.
  • Draw label lines with a ruler. These must not
    touch the structure they are labelling and should
    not cross each other.
  • Write labels horizontally on the page (pupils
    often write along the same angle as the label
    lines) and arrange them neatly around (not over)
    the drawing.

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Recording what you can see
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What do all the parts do?
What do the organelles do?
Contain chlorophyll where photosynthesis happens
Controls what happens in the cell (contains DNA)
  • Nucleus
  • Cell membrane
  • Cytoplasm
  • Chloroplast
  • Cell wall
  • Vacuole

Contains cell sap keeps the cell firm
Jelly-like substance where reactions happen
Made of cellulose and supports the cell
Keeps substances in the cell and controls what
goes in and out
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Complete the activity
  • Microscopes, size and scale.
  • This activity will help develop your thinking
    skills.

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Objective lens
Nucleus
Eye piece
Coarse focus
Cell membrane
Light
Cytoplasm
Slide
Stage
Fine focus
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