Welcome! I created this graphic organizer to help students map out examples of the two main types of cellular transport - active and passive. Students also have the opportunity to fill in the incomplete definitions and functions of the various examples of cellular transport. This holistic visual aid also serves as a study guide upon completion.
I assign this activity in my high school biology class. Human anatomy and physiology teachers may opt to assign this lesson as a remedial reinforcement or as an accommodation to differentiate their curriculum to meet the needs of students who struggle to learn.
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