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Transcript
Organelles – Facebook Style…*
We will be studying all of the organelles that make up Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells. In keeping with the 21st
century, your group’s job is to create a Facebook page for your assigned organelle. This task will require creativity
and imagination. The purpose of this activity is to assist high school students in learning the names, locations, and
functions of all of the organelles in cells.
The Requirements
A. The project will include one of the following organelles:
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Cell Membrane
Nucleus
o Nuclear Envelope/pores
o Chromosomes & chromatin
o Nucleolus
Ribosomes
Lysosomes
Mitochondria
Golgi Apparatus
Centrioles
Vacuole
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum (including ribosomes)
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
Cytoskeleton
o Microtubules/Microfilaments
Chloroplast
Cell Wall
Cilia & Flagella
B. Incorporate the following components into your Facebook page:
1. Organelle Name
2. Location of Organelle in the cell
3. Type of cell your organelle is found in (plants, animals, or bacteria?)
(Is your part modified in some way in different kinds of cells?)
4. Colorful pictures of the organelle and its “friends”
5. Description of what your organelle is built of (include molecules you learned about in Unit 2)
(Do certain areas of your organelle have names?)
6. Description (function of the organelle)
7. Friends of the Organelle (Who works with the organelle? What other organelles are your “friends”? )
8. Sample Wall Posts (must include three posts per organelle; Let us know what you are up to!)
9. APA references on the last page of your presentation.
C. Creativity Counts:
1. Each “Facebook” page needs to be neatly typed using a Facebook template (see link on calendar, just replace
the example information with your own information).
2. Use color to make your pages interesting.
3. Spelling and information presented must be accurate.
D. Email presentation to teacher
* Modified from an activity by: Brad Graba and Charlie Filipek and
Kelly Riedell http://local.brookings.k12.sd.us/biology/honorscells.htm