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Topic B1 and B2

Cell Structure and Organisation


LO To identify and describe different parts of a cell

Cells are amazing!! >

Cells are building blocks of an organism.


All living things are made up of cells

Are plant and animal cells the same?

Animal Cells

The cell is just like a factory . . .

Shipping and receiving department


= Cell membrane

1) DISCUSS
THE
QUESTIONS ON
THE POSTER

Part 1: Discussion questions


What is the role of the shipping and receiving department in a factory?
What do you think the role of the cell membrane is in a cell?
Part 2: Scan the QR Code
) Fill in your table
) Have a go at answering the XTRA FACTOR question!

Shipping and receiving department


= Cell membrane

2) SCAN THE
QR CODE
Part 1: Discussion questions
What is the role of the shipping and receiving department in a factory?
What do you think the role of the cell membrane is in a cell?
Part 2: Scan the QR Code
) Fill in your table
) Have a go at answering the XTRA FACTOR question!

Shipping and receiving department


= Cell membrane

3) FILL IN THE
CORRECT ROW
ON YOUR
WORKSHEET

Part 1: Discussion questions


What is the role of the shipping and receiving department in a factory?
What do you think the role of the cell membrane is in a cell?
Part 2: Scan the QR Code
) Fill in your table
) Have a go at answering the XTRA FACTOR question!

XTRA FACTOR:
ANSWER THE XTRA
FACTOR QUESTION

Work in pairs
EVERYONE must visit and read the
information at each section.
EVERYONE must make notes on the nucleus,
cell membrane, cytoplasm and mitochondria.
If you are aiming for an A or an A* make notes
on all of the sections,
NO more than THREE people can a code at one
time

Animal Cells
Endoplasmic
reticulum

Cell
membrane

Nucleus

Lysosomes
Mitochondri
a
Ribosome

Golgi
apparatus

Endoplasmic
reticulum
Cytoplasm

Plant Cells
Mitochondri
a

Vacuole

Chloropl
ast
Ribosome
Cytoplasm

Are plant and animal cells the same?


Cell
membrane

Cell wall
Nucleus
Endoplasmic
reticulum
Golgi
apparatus

Cell wall is made up of cellulose and strengthens the


cell.
Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll and are used in
photosynthesis.
Vacuole stores water and keeps the cell turgid.

Plant Cells

Are plant and animal cells the same?

Cell wall is made up of cellulose and strengthens the


cell.
Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll and are used in
photosynthesis.
Vacuole stores water and keeps the cell turgid.

Plant Cells

Are plant and animal cells the same?

Cell wall is made up of cellulose and strengthens the


cell.
Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll and are used in
photosynthesis.
Vacuole stores water and keeps the cell turgid.

Plant Cells

Are plant and animal cells the same?

Cell wall is made up of cellulose and strengthens the


cell.
Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll and are used in
photosynthesis.
Vacuole stores water and keeps the cell turgid.

Plant Cells
Mitochondri
a
Vacuole
Chloroplast
Ribosome
Cytoplasm

Are plant and animal cells the same?


Cell
membrane
Cell wall
Nucleus
Endoplasmic
reticulum
Golgi
apparatus

Collect a mini whiteboard and pen

Question 1
?

Question 1
?

cell membrane

Question 2

Question 2

cytoplasm

Question 3

Question 3

nucleus

Question 4
?

Question 4
?

cell wall

Question 5

Question 5

chloroplast

Question 6

Question 6

sap vacuole

Question 7
Which structures are present in animal and
plant cells?
a. Vacuole, nucleus and cell
membrane
b. Nucleus, cell wall, cytoplasm
c. Nucleus, cell membrane, cytoplasm
d. Cell membrane, chloroplast, cell
wall

Question 7
Which structures are present in animal and
plant cells?
a. Vacuole, nucleus and cell
membrane
b. Nucleus, cell wall, cytoplasm
c. Nucleus, cell membrane, cytoplasm
d. Cell membrane, chloroplast, cell
wall

Question 8
Which structures are present only in plant cells?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm


Cell wall, cell membrane, vacuole
Nucleus, chloroplast, cytoplasm
Chloroplast, cell wall, vacuole

Question 8
Which structures are present only in plant cells?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm


Cell wall, cell membrane, vacuole
Nucleus, chloroplast, cytoplasm
Chloroplast, cell wall, vacuole

Question 9
What is the function of the chloroplast?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Controls the cell


Stores water and mineral ions
Makes glucose by photosynthesis
Controls what enters and leaves the
cell

Question 9
What is the function of the chloroplast?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Controls the cell


Stores water and mineral ions
Makes glucose by photosynthesis
Controls what enters and leaves the
cell

Question 10
What is the function of the cell membrane?
a. Supports and protects the cell
b. Controls the cell
c. Controls what enters and leaves the
cell
d. Metabolic reactions occur here

Question 10
What is the function of the cell membrane?
a. Supports and protects the cell
b. Controls the cell
c. Controls what enters and leaves the
cell
d. Metabolic reactions occur here

Question 11
What is the function of the cell wall?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Supports and protects the cell


Stores water and mineral ions
Controls the cell
Controls what enters and leaves the
cell

Question 11
What is the function of the cell wall?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Supports and protects the cell


Stores water and mineral ions
Controls the cell
Controls what enters and leaves the
cell

Question 12
What is the function of the cytoplasm?
a. Stores water and mineral ions
b. Metabolic reactions occur here
c. Controls what enters and leaves the
cell
d. Supports the cell

Question 12
What is the function of the cytoplasm?
a. Stores water and mineral ions
b. Metabolic reactions occur here
c. Controls what enters and leaves the
cell
d. Supports the cell

Question 13
What is the function of the permanent
vacuole?
a. Supports and protects the cell
b. Controls what enters and leaves the
cell
c. Controls the cell
d. Stores water and mineral ions

Question 13
What is the function of the permanent
vacuole?
a. Supports and protects the cell
b. Controls what enters and leaves the
cell
c. Controls the cell
d. Stores water and mineral ions

Question 14
What is the function of the nucleus?
a. Supports and protects the cell
b. Controls the cell
c. Controls what enters and leaves the
cell
d. Metabolic reactions occur here

Question 14
What is the function of the nucleus?
a. Supports and protects the cell
b. Controls the cell
c. Controls what enters and leaves the
cell
d. Metabolic reactions occur here

Question 15
The two cells illustrated below show a typical:

a.
b.
c.
d.

Red blood cell and root hair cell


Ciliated cell and xylem vessel
Liver cell and palisade cell
Muscle cell and mesophyll cell

Question 15
The two cells illustrated below show a typical:

a.
b.
c.
d.

Red blood cell and root hair cell


Ciliated cell and xylem vessel
Liver cell and palisade cell
Muscle cell and mesophyll cell

Complete the summary sheet and


exam questions

Complete the exam questions