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Unit 10
Unit Title: Cell Growth and Division
Unit Description: When a living thing grows, what happens to its cells? Does an animal get larger because each cell increases in
size or because it produces more of them? In most cases, living things grow by producing more cells. Students will begin to explore
how cells grow and are produced.
Objectives: Students will:
 Recognize cells both increase in number and differentiate, becoming specialized in structure and function
Summative Assessment: Students will be assessed with a comprehensive unit test.
Essential Questions: How do organisms grow?
Lesson Activities
(Formative Assessment)
Students will:
1. Cell Growth
 Explain the problems that growth
causes for cells
 Describe how cell division solves
the problems of cell growth
- class discussion and daily
assignments
GLEs
National
Standards
3.1.B, 3.2.E
UCP, A, C
2. Cell Division
 Name the main events of the cell
cycle
 Describe what happens during the
four phases of mitosis
- class discussion and daily
assignments
3.1.B, 3.2.E
UCP, A, C
3. Regulating the Cell Cycle
 Identify a factor that can stop cells
from growing
 Describe how the cell cycle is
regulated
 Explain how cancer cells are
different from other cells
- class discussion and daily
assignments
3.1.B, 3.2.E
UCP, A, C
Level of
Performance
Required
Teacher Support
(Resources)
Text: Biology, Prentice Hall