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CHS biology students play study game

Campbellsville High School biology students recently played a game to help them study.

 

Lauren Bennett’s biology students are studying the parts of a cell and their functions.

 

To help them study, Bennett created a game in which students had to look at a picture of a part of a cell and match it with its name and function.

 

Students used the game to help them study for an upcoming exam.

 

CHS sophomores, from left, Keidlan Boils, Brody Weeks and Seth Tindal try to match their photos of the parts of a cell with their names.

CHS sophomores, from left, Keidlan Boils, Brody Weeks and Seth Tindal try to match their photos of the parts of a cell with their names.

 

From left, CHS freshman Braydon Phillips and sophomores Daesean Vancleave and Christa Riggs match their photos of the parts of a cell to their names.

From left, CHS freshman Braydon Phillips and sophomores Daesean Vancleave and Christa Riggs match their photos of the parts of a cell to their names.

 

CHS biology teacher Lauren Bennett, at right, helps, from left, sophomores Salena Ritchie, Spencer Swafford and Tatem Wiseman match their photos of the parts of a cell to their names.

CHS biology teacher Lauren Bennett, at right, helps, from left, sophomores Salena Ritchie, Spencer Swafford and Tatem Wiseman match their photos of the parts of a cell to their names.

 

CHS biology teacher Lauren Bennett, at left, helps sophomore Christa Riggs and freshman Braydon Phillips match their photos of the parts of a cell to their names.

CHS biology teacher Lauren Bennett, at left, helps sophomore Christa Riggs and freshman Braydon Phillips match their photos of the parts of a cell to their names.

 

CHS biology teacher Lauren Bennett, center, helps sophomores Lauren Williams, at left, and Gracie Miller match their photos of the parts of a cell to their names.

CHS biology teacher Lauren Bennett, center, helps sophomores Lauren Williams, at left, and Gracie Miller match their photos of the parts of a cell to their names.





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