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Lesson Plan: Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Cells

This lesson plan includes the objectives and prerequisites of the lesson teaching students how to recall the main subcellular structures of eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells and relate these structures to their functions.

Objectives

Students will be able to

  • state that the structures found in typical eukaryotic cells are the nucleus, cell membrane, cytoplasm (cytosol), mitochondria, ribosomes, and, additionally, the cell wall, chloroplasts, and large vacuole in plants cells,
  • state that the structures found in typical prokaryotic cells are chromosomal DNA/loop, plasmid DNA, cell membrane, cell wall, and flagella,
  • describe a prokaryote as a unicellular organism that does not have a membrane-bound nucleus,
  • describe the role of each of the structures and organelles listed,
  • explain how each structure or organelle is adapted for its function.

Prerequisites

Students should already be familiar with

  • the fact that the cell is the basic unit of life and that all organisms are made up of at least one cell.

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