This could be presented as a lecture, a case study, a debate, or a documentary.
Alternatively, take a more unusual approach. This 12-year old student presented the cell as a series of interlinked rooms in a haunted house, with each organelle of the cells as a monster they had to get through.
Intersperse the presentation with still images and video if appropriate. Video can be sourced externally or created with Moviestorm.
For teachers: benefits to students
The student has to think creatively about the concept and how to present it clearly. This promotes a deep understanding of the concept and makes it more interesting.
Adding multimedia content enables the student to approach the subject in a richer way than just using written text and still images.
Suitable for solo or group work
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