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The Organelle Trail
Task: As an introductory activity, your task is to determine the structure and functions of various
organelles located in a cell. Hit the “Organelle Trail” by going to different websites provided on Mrs.
Pecco’s webpage.
Part I: Procedure (Day 1)
1.
Go to the Files and Links section on the webpage and click the cell files.
2. Search any of the cell links to find the information needed to fill in the cell drawing and cell table.
Try to examine at least 3 different links.
3. Search the links and fill in drawings of the organelles (structures) on your “Cell Drawing Sheets”
(handouts).
4. Create a table with 4 columns and 8 rows in your composition books. The table should look similar to
the one below but you should use the whole page in your composition books when creating the table.
Organelle
Description
Function
Plant/Animal/Both
Similarity to
City
Nucleus
Mitochondria
Vacuole
Chloroplast
Cell Membrane
Cell Wall
Cytoplasm
Part II: Once you have finished Part I then go back to our “Science Class Webpage.”
1.
Click on the “View Class Blog” and click on the “Cells are Everywhere” blog.
2. Blog about what you did in class today. You can tell me something you learned, found interesting, or
discovered about CELLS!
3. This can also be completed outside of class if you did not get to this part today!