After creating my own drawings of the stages of Mitosis, what I visualize is much more clear to me now after going through the process of visually representing it by physically drawing it myself. By going through this process, I believe it is valuable for my students to do the same. Essentially, I would have them go through the same process that I did for the Graphics Week Activity.

Learning Outcome (Goal): Students will be able to recognize, identify, and understand the process of Mitosis by drawing each stage of Cell Division with special attention to Mitosis.

Scope: This should be done on a “Legal Size” paper to allow for large hand-drawn diagrams. Elements that need to be included for Science 9 are the key parts involved with Mitosis and Cell Division (Cell, DNA, Chromosomes, Nuclear Envelope, Cell Membrane, and Centrioles). Each stage should contain the appropriate names of Cell Division (Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase, and Cytokinesis)

Boundaries: This is to be done individually, with the help of their Science Textbook, notes provided, or guidance from the Internet (Google Images)

Timings and submission location: One class (typically around 80 minutes) is sufficient for the poster activity.