Story Game Directions Tour the Cell Game Preparation

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Story Game Directions Tour the Cell Game Preparation Game Pieces Play the game Objectives

Story Game Directions Tour the Cell Game Preparation Game Pieces Play the game Objectives Credits Copyright Notice An 8 th Grade Learning Power. Point Game Designed by Ms. Holli Hopkins

The Story of the “Tour the Cell” This is what makes your game interesting.

The Story of the “Tour the Cell” This is what makes your game interesting. Think about games you played when you were young. What was your favorite game? What is your child’s favorite game? What about the “story” of the game makes children want to play it? Your story should tie everything together -- the purpose of your game, what they are going to learn, and why they should want to play the game. Look at the sample games to see their stories. Home Page

Game Directions The goal of the game is to test your knowledge on cell

Game Directions The goal of the game is to test your knowledge on cell organelles with multiple choice questions. To play the game you have to answer a cell questions correctly. Go to slide 5 and click the question that you would like to answer. If you get the question correct you then roll the dice and move that number of spaces. If you get the question wrong you wait till your next turn to try again. To win the game you have to be the first player to get outside of the cell on the game board. Return

Game Preparation • Game board: Print out slide 6 on heavy stock paper to

Game Preparation • Game board: Print out slide 6 on heavy stock paper to use as the game board. • Game Pieces: Print out slide 7 (on the same kind of stock paper) and cut out each piece individually for every person playing the game. Each person should have one game piece. Home Page

Time to play “Tour the Cell”! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Time to play “Tour the Cell”! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Home Page Game Directions

Game Pieces Cut out these pieces so that every player has one piece. Return

Game Pieces Cut out these pieces so that every player has one piece. Return

Game Board

Game Board

Question #1 What is a similarity between bones in a human body and the

Question #1 What is a similarity between bones in a human body and the cell wall of a cell? A. Both are white and green. B. Both are prepared with casts. C. Both are made of calcium. D. Both provide support.

Question #2 If a lysosome were a person what kind of occupation would it

Question #2 If a lysosome were a person what kind of occupation would it have? A. Garbage Man C. Doctor B. Teacher D. Lawyer

Question #3 What is a similarity of the nucleus in a cell and the

Question #3 What is a similarity of the nucleus in a cell and the human brain? A. Both are red. B. Both are made of 50% water. C. Both are the foundation for survival. D. Both are made up of mostly nerves.

Question #4 List the cell organelles in order from greatest importance in the cell

Question #4 List the cell organelles in order from greatest importance in the cell to least importance in the cell? A. Nucleus, Cell Membrane, Mitochondria, Ribosome B. Ribosome, Mitochondria, Nucleus, Cell Membrane C. Nucleus, Ribosome, Mitochondria, Cell Membrane D. Mitochondria, Ribosome, Nucleus, Cell Membrane

Question #5 What would be an accurate comparison of a cell’s nucleus and a

Question #5 What would be an accurate comparison of a cell’s nucleus and a human body part? . A. Hand C. Blood B. Bone D. Brain

Question #6 Which food listed below has the same function as the mitochondria? A.

Question #6 Which food listed below has the same function as the mitochondria? A. Oranges C. Coffee B. An energy bar. D. Apples

Question #7 Which choice is does not share the same function as the endoplasmic

Question #7 Which choice is does not share the same function as the endoplasmic reticulum of the cell? A. A fire truck C. A tow truck B. A dump truck D. A fork lift

Question #8 Classify the organelles that are located inside the cell. A. Blood, Cell

Question #8 Classify the organelles that are located inside the cell. A. Blood, Cell Wall, Nucleus, Ribosome. B. Mitochondria, Nucleus, Lysosome, Ribosome. C. Blood, Vacuole, Cell Wall, Cytoplasm. D. Ribosome, Blood, Cell Wall, Nuclear Membrane.

Question #9 What would the cell be like if there were no vacuole? .

Question #9 What would the cell be like if there were no vacuole? . A. It would be full of waste. C. It would be green. B. No different. D. No place of storage.

Question #10 What would happen to the cell if the cell membrane stopped working?

Question #10 What would happen to the cell if the cell membrane stopped working? A. It would lose it’s shape. B. It could be harmed by viruses and bacteria. D. It would stop making proteins. C. It would have no place of storage.

Correct! Back to the Questions

Correct! Back to the Questions

Incorrect! Back to the Questions

Incorrect! Back to the Questions

Credits All teachers and students at non-profit schools can use, revise, or adapt this

Credits All teachers and students at non-profit schools can use, revise, or adapt this game at will at no cost on the condition that all prior designers are cited. • Originally designed by Holli Hopkins, University of Georgia, October 15, 2007 with the title “Tour of the Cell”. Home Page

Educational Objectives • This power point game is designed for 8 th graders who

Educational Objectives • This power point game is designed for 8 th graders who have been studying biological sciences and completely covered the cell. • The game is designed to cover the cell and its organelles. Students at this grade level should know where the cell is located. They should know all the functions of organelles as well as what each organelle looks like. Home Page

Copyright • Copyright 2008 Holli Hopkins • Permission to copy this game at no

Copyright • Copyright 2008 Holli Hopkins • Permission to copy this game at no cost is granted to all teachers and students of non-profit schools. • Permission is also granted to all teachers and students of non-profit schools to make revisions to this game for their own purposes, on the condition that this copyright page and the credits page remain part of the game. Teachers and students who adapt the game should add their names and affiliations to the credits page without deleting any names already there. Home Page