Differentiation Add challenging vocabulary to the word wall Pair students strategically Provide sentence stems for discussion Emphasize use of visual aids in both PowerPoints and printed material Bring in example foods to show students macromolecules in the food they eat Complete one part of the 2.2 Food Labels Worksheet together before having students work on their own Modifications Instead of beginning with the food labels of beef and carrots in the PPT, have students bring in food labels from home and share what they know about the food from the labels. Then, continue with the activity. Extending the Learning There are many opportunities to explore cell structure and function in greater depth: Students could learn about other molecules not included in this activity, such as nucleic acids. Students could learn about organelles and their functions. (Some organelles, such as mitochondria, could be included in later lessons on cell processes.) Students could also learn about functions of specific molecules, such as the role of lipids in the cell membrane or functions of proteins as enzymes.