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In this one time class, students will learn about the human cell and plant cells. We will cover the basic structures and how they are similar and different. We will cover the different organelles in very broad strokes because each one could have a class of their own. We will discuss how cells make up all living things and discuss the biological levels of organization of living things from organelles up to organisms. I consider myself to be a laid back teacher. I like to let the students...
Students will be able to identify what a cell is and how a plant cell and animal cell are similar and different. Students will be able to discuss the basic biological levels of organization up to an organism. They will be able to name the organelles found in a cell and their basic functions.
I have experience teaching high school biology.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Science and math educator
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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401 completed classes
Hello! UPDATE: I plan on taking a break from live classes this fall (2022). I will still be offering flex courses and limited tutoring sessions. I do plan to return to live classes sometime in the future. Either in the spring or next fall....