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Transcript
Cells Internet Project
Directions:
1. Each student is assigned a type of cell: prokaryotic, plant, or animal
2. Create a PowerPoint or PhotoStory presentation containing illustrations, pictures, and
information about the cell.
3. Your presentation should contain at least 8 slides including a title slide and a slide for
references. Anytime you get information, video, or picture from a site, you must include the
website address in your reference list.
4. Use bulleted ideas instead of complete sentences or paragraphs.
5. Your presentation MUST include illustrations, pictures, or videos.
6. Below, you will find cell parts and topics that need to be addressed for each type of cell.
Include pictures and information about the cell and its parts. Information can be found by the
use of approved internet databases as well as library books, your notebooks, and throughout
Chapter 7 in your text book (pp. 185 – 193)
7. Do your own work. Be creative, original, and efficient. No two presentations should be alike.
Save all your files in your folder on the N: Drive! Your PowerPoint or PhotoStory should be
saved as your name.
Information to include in the prokaryotic cell presentation:
 Cilia or Flagella
 Cytoplasm
 Ribosome
 DNA
 Cell Wall
 Capsule
 1 Harmful Prokaryotic Organism
 1 Helpful Prokaryotic Organism
 1 Appropriate Personal Experience with a Prokaryotic Organism
Organelles to include in the plant cell presentation:
 Nucleus and Nucleolus
 Vacuole
 Cell Wall
 Lysosome
 Mitochondrion
 Endoplasmic Reticulum (smooth and rough)
 Chloroplast
 Ribosomes
 Golgi Apparatus
Organelles to include in the animal cell presentation:
 Nucleus and Nucleolus
 Vacuole
 Plasma Membrane
 Lysosome
 Mitochondrion
 Endoplasmic Reticulum (smooth and rough)
 Centriole
 Ribosomes
 Golgi Apparatus
Name: _____________________________________ Date: ________________ Period: _______ Grade: _________
Cells Internet Project
Grading
Unsatisfactory (1 pts)
Satisfactory (3 pts)
Good (4 pts)
Excellent (5 pts)
Mechanics
Presentation had 4 or more
spelling or grammar errors
Presentation had 3
spelling or grammar
errors
Presentation had no
more than 2 spelling or
grammar errors
Presentation had no spelling
or grammar errors
Organization
The PowerPoint cannot be
understood because there is no
sequence of information
The PowerPoint
cannot be easily
followed because
topics jump around
The PowerPoint has a
logical sequence, that
the viewer can follow
The PowerPoint is logical and
contains an interesting
sequence which viewer can
easily follow.
Technical
Transitions are not used, slides
have major technical mistakes;
no pictures or video included
Bullets and transitions
are used ineffectively,
or are distracting; no
video included
Bullets and transitions
used, but there are some
problems with flow
Bullets and transitions used
effectively, presentation flows
smoothly
Information
Presentation has major gaps in
knowledge, viewer is not likely
to leave with useful information
Presentation has some
major gaps in
knowledge, or is
presented in such a
way that the viewer
has trouble
understanding
Presentation provides
information on the topic,
some elements are
missing (see questions)
Presentation provides a wealth
of information on the topic, all
questions are answered in a
way the audience can easily
understand
Information 2
Information is way too technical
for an average person to
understand, information is
cut/paste from sources
A majority of the
information seems
copied from sources,
student attempts to
make it
understandable
Some information seems
cut and paste from
sources, too technical for
a layperson to
understand completely
The student presents
information in their own
words, with consideration to
the audience