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LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE FOR THE AGENDA FOR EDUCATION IN A DEMOCRACY

Name:_Dana Horton____________________Date:_Oct. 9, 2014________________


Lesson Essential Question:_What are the basic cell organelles and how do they function?
Lesson Topic:_Cell Organelles__________Class:_Biology 1st hour
PLANNING THE LESSON
With Democracy and Social Justice at the Center of Instruction
Focusing on the National Network for Educational Renewal (NNER) Mission the 4-Part
Agenda for Education in a Democracy
EQUAL ACCESS
ENCULTURATION
NURTURING PEDAGOGY
STEWARDSHIP
To Knowledge
In Democratic Society
Safe and Caring for All
of the Mission
What are you and your students doing today to advance the 4-Part Mission? Connections:
With which part(s) of the Agenda does this lesson connect most clearly? And how?
By having students work together, they are modeling solving problems in a democracy and are
therefore meeting the Enculturation mission.

STANDARDS (www.cde.state.co)
Content:
Colorado Life Science
Standard 2.6: Cells, tissues,
organs, and organ systems
maintain relatively stable
internal environments, even
in the face of changing
external environments.

Literacy and Numeracy:


Colorado Reading, Writing,
and Communicating 9th grade
standard 3.3: Writing for
grammar, usage, mechanics,
and clarity requires ongoing
refinement and revisions.

Democracy and
21st Century Skills:
Collaborating for a common
purpose.

OBJECTIVES
Content:
SWBAT explain the functions
of different cell organelles by
completing the POGIL activity.

Literacy and Numeracy:


SWBAT express their
understanding of organelles
using grammatically correct
full sentences in their POGIL
assessment.

Democracy and
21st Century Skills:
SWBAT work together in
groups to complete the POGIL
assignment for the purpose of
being collaborative citizens.

ASSESSMENTS What is your evidence of achieving each objective? How will students know
and demonstrate what they have learned in each of the areas, all of the objectives?
Content:
Students will turn in their
POGIL assignment. Success
criteria include completion
and accuracy of the POGIL
questions.

Literacy and Numeracy:


On selected questions in the
POGIL assignment, it clearly
states that the answers need
to be in grammatically correct
sentences. A student will be
successful if their answers are
in full sentences void of any
grammatical errors.

Democracy and
21st Century Skills:
Individuals will be called on to
share the answers for their
group. If group-work is
successful, all group members
will be prepared to share the
answer.

Literacy and Numeracy

Democracy and
21st Century Skills
Collaboration
Cooperative

KEY VOCABULARY
Content
Organelle
Cell membrane
Golgi Apparatus
Mitochondria
Cytoskeleton
Nucleus
Ribosomes
Endoplasmic reticulum
Cytoplasm
Vacuole
Cell wall
Chloroplasts
Lysosomes

HIGHER ORDER QUESTIONS for this lesson


Content
Why are cell organelles
needed to help maintain
homeostasis within a cell?

Literacy and Numeracy


Why do we practice writing
complete sentences in a
science class?

Democracy and
21st Century Skills
Why is collaboration
considered a skill?
Why is it important to be able
to collaborate outside of
school?
What are your strengths and
challenges as a group
member?

LESSON FLOW
This is the actual planning of the lesson activities.
Time
10 min

Anticipatory Set Purpose and Relevance


Notebook Question: Draw a cells and it's organelles. Label as many parts as you
can.
Roll Question: What organelle would you like to be and why?

Time
5 min

Building Background
Link to Experience: Discuss with class that we are all made up of cells and we
know that when we do not maintain homeostasis it can lead to problems
including illness or death.
Link to Learning: Organelles are all the parts of the cell and each serve important
functions. Without them, homeostasis cannot be maintained. Therefore,
organelles are essential to all life.

Time
20 min

Activity Name: Eukaryotic Cell Structure: Organelles in Animal and Plant Cells

Time
50 min

Instructional Input Includes: Students will be investigating organelle functions on


their own with a couple interruptions to check for understanding.

Anticipatory Set
Review homework worksheet Inside a Cell. Ask students to share what they
put.

Models of Teaching:
Inquiry, Cooperative Learning, Concept Attainment, and Direct Instruction.
SIOP Techniques: Cooperative learning,
Guided Practice: Review the homework assignment which covers organelles and
their functions. Then give out POGIL assignment. Students will work in groups of
four organized by combining table pairs (first row will turn around to face row
behind them...).
Reading , Writing, Listening, Speaking
Reading information on POGIL assignment; Writing Answers to POGIL
assignment, Speaking sharing answers with the class.
Checking for Understanding:
Students will have 7 minutes to review the information on page one and
complete questions 1-8. Students will be asked to share the answer they got
when called on. Question 9 will be done as a class. Students will then have 10
minutes to review the information on page 3 and answer questions 10-15. Groups
will be called on to share their answers. Students will be given 10 minutes to
complete questions 16-20. These questions will be reviewed in the same fashion.
Students will complete question 21 individually. If time permits, students will
complete questions 23-25 in their groups. These questions will be reviewed with
the whole group.
Questioning Strategies: Go off of questions on POGIL worksheet.
Independent Practice: The following lesson will give students an opportunity to
work independently to practice with cell organelle names and functions (analogy
worksheet).

Time

Review and Assessments of All Objectives How will you and how will the
students know they have achieved the objectives of the lesson?
Content: As evidenced on answers on POGIL assignment and ticket out the door.
Literacy and Numeracy: Use of proper grammar on POGIL worksheet.
Democracy and 21st Century Skills: In a successful group, any individual that is
called on will be prepared to share their groups answer and reasoning with the
class.

Time
2 min

Closure
Ticket out the door:
1.) List at 3 organelles and their functions.
2.) One question you have about cells and/or their organelles.