I've created a video which shows how this Task Card Activity is used and why it's so simple yet engaging for your students. It can be found here
This 25 Biology: Cells and Body Systems Task Card resource is unique. It can be utilized in a clue gathering, puzzle solving, highly active and engaging activity and/or as an alternative to worksheet review for High School Biology.
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This activity is perfect for review or to diagnose previous knowledge for senior students.
1) Typical task card review.
- 10 of the 16 Task Cards are provided in the sample
- For typical review, you can simply distribute the Task Cards to your class for individual, group or whole class review
- The cue cards can be projected on the board for whole class review
- The cards work well as cue cards, test review, etc.
- A student worksheet and teacher answer key is provided
2) Task card review game - High energy, engaging fun! - Sample
- Students perform a scavenger hunt type activity in small groups
- The groups have to match their answers to certain words which spell out a quote
- Once the group has completed each Task Card and put together the quote, they are the winner
- A really exciting an engaging activity which gets your students out of their seats and moving around answering questions
- Great for Review
The game is slightly more in-depth but the instructions are clear, detailed and include examples, you won't have a problem. Give it a try, your students will thoroughly review the unit and will love the activity and challenge the game brings.
- the function of various cellular organelles
- cellular respiration
- respiratory system
- circulatory system
- digestive system
- specialized cells and tissues
- organs and organ systems
- plant cells
- cell theory
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