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1. Compare a plant or animal cell to something in the real world. Example: A plant or animal cell is like a city! When you think of a cell, what analogy comes to mind? Is it like a school, a shopping mall, a theme park, the Internet, a factory, a county fair, an airport, a zoo, a video game, a bus station, a solar system? Decide which of the above items you’ll compare a cell to: ___________ 2. Justify your analogy. Example: A plant cell is like a city because a city has an infrastructure that keeps it running smoothly. This infrastructure also protects the people who live in the city from harm. This is similar to the structure of a cell, which allows the cell to run smoothly while also protecting the organelles inside of it. Write a brief statement (like the example above) justifying your comparison: ________________________________________________________________________________ _______ 3. Incorporate 3 organelles. Select 3 organelles from the list below and incorporate them into your analogy. Cell membrane Nucleus Cytoplasm Cytoskeleton Ribosome Rough ER Smooth ER Golgi apparatus Lysosome Vacuole Mitochondrion Cell wall Chloroplast Example: The lysosome is like the city dump because lysosomes dispose of cell wastes using specialized enzymes within a protected membrane, just as the city dump disposes of garbage from households within the city. Organelle #1 ___________ is like ___________ because ___________. Organelle #2 ___________ is like ___________ because ___________. Organelle #3 ___________ is like ___________ because ___________. 4. Post your work in the Discussion Groups of the class. Date you posted your 3 organelles in the Discussion Groups: ___________ 5. Grab (copy 6 different organelles. Copy 6 different organelles from other students’ posts. You may ONLY choose people who have done the same analogy as you. You can use 2 or 3 organelles from the same student IF they are not organelles you’ve already done. REPLY to the students whose work you borrow! Paste below: Organelle #4: Student who posted it (if no name listed, just say “Ghost Student”): Date student posted it: Organelle #5: Student who posted it (if no name listed, just say “Ghost Student”): Date student posted it: Organelle #6: Student who posted it (if no name listed, just say “Ghost Student”): Date student posted it: Organelle #7: Student who posted it (if no name listed, just say “Ghost Student”): Date student posted it: Organelle #8: Student who posted it (if no name listed, just say “Ghost Student”): Date student posted it: Organelle #9: Student who posted it (if no name listed, just say “Ghost Student”): Date student posted it: 6. Evaluate this activity. Why did you choose this activity over the live collaboration session? ________________________________________________________________________________ _______

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1. Compare a plant or animal cell to something in the real world.

Example: A plant or animal cell is like a city!

When you think of a cell, what analogy comes to mind?

Is it like a school, a shopping mall, a theme park, the Internet, a factory, a county fair, an airport, a zoo, a video game, a bus station, a solar system?

Decide which of the above items you’ll compare a cell to: A Factory

2. Justify your analogy.

Example: A plant cell is like a city...

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