Tuesday, 10 December 2013
The 1st ESO students are finishing the Unit 3-Cells...
and creating amazingly creative stuff, like that...
and still revising and learning (while playing) and even observing onion cells in the microscope...
to be continued...
Saturday, 30 November 2013
First of all, some beatiful examples from the past year.
They are amazing, aren't they?
Remember you have a lot of information and ideas about how to do these 3D-Cells in your moodle (check the last point of the Unit 3).
And also: Here and here and here.
You can search even for videos, just one like this:
(By the way: pay attention and you will find a mistake in the cell of these girls. What is it?)
Some photos of students at work...
Any questions regarding cells and their parts? Just ask someone of 1st ESO...
In addition, an interesting video about the origin of the eukaryotic cell or, what's the same, about the endosymbiotic theory.
Monday, 25 November 2013
Have a look in the Aimerigues' blog!!!
Thanks a lot from the "Scienglish-team" to Mercè Boladeras and El Diari de Terrassa!!
By the way, the topic remember us of a quote:
“A ship is always safe at the shore - but that is NOT what it is built for.”
What do you think about?
Publicado por Vicent en Monday, November 25, 2013