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Cellular Organization and Human Body Mapping
7th Grade Science
Ms. Wendy Bramlett
Organization of cells
Function of cell organelles
Course of Study:
Describe characteristics common to living things, including growth and development,
reproduction, cellular organization, use of energy, exchange of gases, and response to
the environment.
2. Identify functions of organelles found in eukaryotic cells, including the nucleus, cell
membrane, cell wall, mitochondria, chloroplasts and vacuoles.
3. Relate major tissues and organs of the skeletal, circulatory, reproductive, muscular,
respiratory, nervous and digestive systems to their functions
3.1 Arranging in order the organizational levels of the human body from the cell through
organ systems.
On the basis or present knowledge, students will identify the major organs and systems
of the human body by doing a part/whole thinking map of the human body systems they
are familiar with and the major organs of those body systems.
Students will assemble a poster that illustrates the positions and names of some of the
major organs of the body.
Students will read an article called “Galen—The Gladiator Doctor” about a famous
physician of the Roman times.
Students will come up with a working definition of the terms “organ” and “body system”.
Students will create a hot dog foldable with 5 shutters describing cellular organization.
Underneath each shutter, students will define that structure.
(celltissues organs organ systemsorganisms)
Students will create a thinking map to show the process of cellular organization
Thinking Maps
Teacher made quiz at end of unit