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CHS students learn about cells

Campbellsville High School students recently learned about the structure of a cell.

 

AP biology students spent several weeks learning the parts of a cell and their functions.

 

As an activity for the unit, Lauren Bennett asked her students to make a model of a cell out of a paper plate, pipe cleaners and string.

 

And for their exam over cells, students used their plates as they explained to Bennett the parts and functions.

 

CHS freshman Cole Kidwell, at left, and Jim Jefferies cut their string to make their cell model.

CHS freshman Cole Kidwell, at left, and Jim Jefferies cut their string to make their cell model.

 

CHS freshmen Aleah Knifley, at left, and Tahler Franklin use pipe cleaners to model the parts of a cell.

CHS freshmen Aleah Knifley, at left, and Tahler Franklin use pipe cleaners to model the parts of a cell.

 

CHS freshman Zaria Cowan makes her cell model.

CHS freshman Zaria Cowan makes her cell model.

 

CHS freshman Patrick Walker ties his string to make his cell model.

CHS freshman Patrick Walker ties his string to make his cell model.

 

CHS freshmen Shelby Smith, at left, and Katelyn Miller work together to make their cell model.

CHS freshmen Shelby Smith, at left, and Katelyn Miller work together to make their cell model.

 

CHS freshmen Aleah Knifley, at left, and Tahler Franklin work together to make their cell model.

CHS freshmen Aleah Knifley, at left, and Tahler Franklin work together to make their cell model.

 

CHS biology teacher Lauren Bennett demonstrates how to make a model of a cell using a paper plate.

CHS biology teacher Lauren Bennett demonstrates how to make a model of a cell using a paper plate.





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