## Homework

Math (B/C and F/G)

March 20, 2019
7.5 Practice (Record and Practice Journal)
Due: Thursday 3/21

March 19, 2019
No Homework

March 18, 2019
No Homework

March 12, 2019
7.4 Practice (Record and Practice Journal)
Due Wednesday 3/13/19

March 11, 2019
7.3 Puzzle Time
Due: Tuesday 3/12/19

March 5, 2019
Practice 7.1 (pg 154 Record and Practice Journal)
Due: Wednesday 3/6/19

March 6, 2019
Practice 7.2 (pg. 158 Record and Practice Journal)
Due: Thursday 3/7/19

Science (A and H)

March 12, 2019
Cell Wordsearch
Due:  Wednesday 3/13/19

Assigned Friday 3/1/19
3-D Cell Project
Due: Monday 3/11/19
*See Project Detail Below*

NAME:_________________________
3-D Cell Model Project
(100 points)
Project Assigned: (Plant Cell) or (Animal cell)
Project Due: March 11, 2019
Objective: By making a 3-D model of the cell, the student will become aware of the various organelles and structures, which make up a plant or animal cell.
Guidelines :
- You may choose to turn the project in early. Be sure to write which cell model you are making (Plant or animal)
- Your cell must be 3-dimensional, as was shown in class. This means it needs to have a front, back, and sides. It cannot be a piece of paper with things glued on it. Your plant cell must be rectangular or your animal cell must be circular.
- Project may be edible but critters in the building have been known to eat projects. Keep them covered
- All parts of your cell must be labeled clearly in order to receive credit; I suggest using toothpicks and pieces of paper to make little flags.
- The cell should be as accurate as possible. The cell parts should be located where they belong. For example, the nucleus should be bigger than ribosome’s and chloroplast should be green.

You will use the attached rubric to see which organelles need to be present, accurate, and labeled.

You will turn your copy of the rubric when you turn in your 3-D model. Name:_________________ Due date:____________
3-D Plant Cell Model Project Rubric

• Missing an organelle (deduct 1 point for each organelle) = 10 total
• Missing a label on an organelle (deduct 1 point for each label) = 10 total
• Missing an organelle function or Illustration on the key (deduct 1 point for each organelle) = 20 total
• No name on project (deduct 6 points) = 10 total
• Plant cell is not square (deduct 10 points) = 10 total
• Project is sloppy (deduct up to 15 points) = 15 total
• Project is late (deducted: 10 points per day)
• Project is not three-dimensional (deduct 25 points) = 25 total

Name:_________________ Due date:________________
3-D Animal Cell Model Project Rubric

• Missing an organelle (deduct 1 point for each organelle) = 10 total
• Missing a label on an organelle (deduct 1 point for each label) = 10 total
• Missing an organelle function or Illustration on the key (deduct 1 point for each organelle) = 20 total
• No name on project (deduct 10 points) = 10 total
• If animal cell is square (deduct 10 points) = 10 total
• Project is sloppy (deduct up to 15 points) = 15 total
• Project is late (deducted: 10 points per day)
• Project is not three-dimensional (deduct 25 points) = 25 total

Dear Parent, Guardian, Students, Feb.28, 2019

This letter is to inform you that your child has recently received his or her assignments for, “The Cell Project”. They are responsible for creating an accurate representation of either an animal or plant cell. They are to make a cell using common household or craft materials. All other requirements are listed on their assignment sheet.

The cell project is to be completed outside of the classroom. This project will count as a major assessment. I will be grading their projects based on the rubric that is on the back of their assessment sheet. They HAVE to pick one of the two types of cells.

All students must submit the project the day it is due. There is a penalty for each day it is late. I will be taking 10 points off the grade for each day after the due date. Unfortunately if I do not receive the project by March 15th , your child will receive a 0.

The cell project is due:Monday March 11, 2019

If you have any questions about the cell project, please feel free to contact me through email .

Email: a.haramut@schoolsofwestfield.org
Thank You,
Mrs. Haramut

Cut on the line below and turn in.
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Parent/Guardian Signature _____________________________
Student Signature____________________________________
Date __________

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