You may use a slides and microscope for the same purpose. Instructor needs to verbally discuss differences in the structure and in the genetic material o the two kinds of cells.
Gifted: Gifted children will get a good grasp about the major divisions of cells and will be able to classify animals and microbes. They will be able to differentiate between the animal and plant cells. They will be familiar with cell functions and may even venture into cellular metabolism processes.
Regular: Students will be able to understand the difference between Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes. They will be able to recognize an animal cell from a plant cells based on structural differences. They will be able to write down a few cellular functions.
The student will work in twos or threes and draw the organelle assigned to them. They must also write down the different structural features and functions of each organelle. For this they will be given a mere 10 minutes.
Present pictures of the differentiated body cells (blood, neural), and ask each student to write down their identification. The one to get most answers correct with the shortest span of time receives applause.
Gifted- Students will develop a thorough knowledge about cell membrane models and differences between each model. They will also be able to write down cellular functions of the body and functions of the organelles.
A class game will be played. Divide the learning students into 2 groups. Both groups will create a match the column game which must be solved by the other group. In one column they write the name of the about 8 organelles and in the other column write the functions in a jumbled manner. The groups will exchange the sheet and try to match the organelles with their functions in 1 minute.
Gifted: Students will be well versed with organelles and their functions. They will have good knowledge about Cell theory and its applications. Some will be