1. Topic


2. Content

Standard: 7.4.1.2.1
Diffusion
Passive Transport
Active Transport
Concentration 


3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes

1. Students will understand that Osmosis is the movement of water
into and out of the cell.
2. Students will understand the difference between passive and active
transport.
3.Students will understand the difference between high concentration
and low concentration. 


4. Objectives

1. For all students to participate in the lab.
2. For students to work collaboratively with one another.
3. For students to understand the concept of osmosis. 


5. Materials and Aids

Doc Cam
Projector
Cups
Water
Salt
Carrots
Celery
Raisins
Marker
Lab
Pencil
Text book
Notes 


6. Procedures/Methods

A. Introduction
1. Students will be shown the objectives for the day on the board.
2. Students will also be referred to their weekly schedule.



B. Development
1. Students will be given an explanation of what they are to accomplish
throughout the hour.
2. We will review again what happens during osmosis. Think/Pair/Share
may be utilized if there is not enough participation.



C. Practice
1. Students will get into their groups and get out their lab
2. Groups will work together to make new observations of their specimens.
3. Groups will decide what kind of transport is taking place. 


D. Independent Practice
1. Students will individually fill out an "exit slip" after the
lab about specific concepts relating to the lab:
Osmosis
Passive and active transport



E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)
1. Students that are struggling will receive extra time from the
teachers.
2. Students that finish early will be given time to work on an ongoing
vocabulary activity to help study for our test next week.



F. Checking for understanding
1. A formative assessment will be taken on the lab they hand in.
2. Another formative assessment will be taken from the exit slip they
hand in before the end of class.



G. Closure
1. Students will hand in their exit slip at end of class, and their
lab will be turned in today or Monday.
2. Another review discussion will take place with the students on
Monday at the beginning of class.
3. Our class will also have a review day before the test on Wednesday
about the cell process concepts. 


7. Evaluation

