Cell organelle employment advertisements

Hammack, Rebekah
November 2008
Science Scope;Nov2008, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p60
Academic Journal
The article presents a science activity related to cell organelles. Specifically, the science teacher asks students to create an employment advertisement for a cell organelle and give an oral presentation on the subject. Then, their ability to creatively describe the function of a cell organelle was examined. The author explains that the activity could help students develop communication skills.


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