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STHS Student Campaigns for President of Cell City

web posted February 12, 2019

021219sthsJOHNSTON - Mrs. Jill Rosier’s AP Biology class was given the opportunity to choose cell organelles and campaign for President of Cell City. What are “cell organelles”?  They are simply structures in a cell that have specific functions. 

The campaign could consist of the creation of a campaign poster in Piktochart or another Infographic style software. They could also create a 1-3 minute video campaign ad or write an opinion/editorial piece for the newspaper. The student’s favorite part of the assignment was the Twitter campaign where they created a fake Twitter account and tweeted their favorite meme’s or information about the structure and function of their cell part.

Mrs. Rosier noted, “Students were really engaged and did a great job of debating who was the best “political leader” for the cell.” You can follow the campaign on Twitter by searching #OrganelleVoteSTHS2018.Kailey Jones, a junior, claimed, “This was my most favorite project of all time!”  See the picture to view a few of the students’ campaign ads.

For more information, please visit the school website at www.sths.edgefieldcountyschools.org or view their Facebook page.

Pictures: From top to bottom and left to right: Students in Mrs. Rosier’s AP biology class beam with pride because of the completed cell campaign projects they recently completed; Chance Murrell, Stephen Barwick, Nathan Kulp, Tatelyn and Abby Bowser (missing from photo is Kailey Jones). Mitochondia twitter – Maggie Massey and Emily Luna, Ribosome Twitter – Stephen Barwick, Kailey Jones and Nathan Kulp, Endoplasmic reticulum Twitter – Tatelyn Benton, Abby Bowser and Chance Murrell.

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