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Daily Agenda Biology Objective: To become aware of the important scientist of cellular biology; understand what DNA stands for, its functions and its structure, understand the base pairing rules. 1.Important Scientists: Research important scientists and discover their contributions to science. ( after instructions: 25 minutes) Daily grade 1 – you may use your device OR the biology book 2.Review scientist sheet ( minutes) 3.Power-point: DNA Notes ( 10 min) – journal notes- always checked with bell work 4. Door Ticket: Base Pairing practice. Complete the complementary strand of the DNA. – until bell sounds, must completed to exit. – daily grade 2 Staple both the scientist sheet and the base pairing sheet together. The scientist sheet will be returned tomorrow to include in your notes! Reminders: 1.Christmas Packet due tomorrow, no exceptions ( for page one, Google the answers) 2.Cell Respiration packet: Have completed or graded as is by Wednesday, Jan. 9 th. 3.People who missed the test on 12/21 must stay after tomorrow, 1-10 with Mrs. Wesco to makeup that exam. If exam is not made up, a zero grade is awarded. Homework: Have vocabulary completed by Thursday: 1/10/11. Checked at the start of class. ( see 2nd slide of this power-point)
Vocabulary- Biology Homework Vocabulary of Instruction DNA nucelotide deoxyribose sugar phosphate group nitrogen base adenine thymine cytosine guanine purine pyrimidine double helix replication DNA helicase DNA polymerase replication fork complementary strand Vocabulary of Instruction
Important Scientist Theodor Schwann Born: 1810 Died: 1882 Contributed to the cell theory ( stated all living things consist of cells); studied animal cells, in particular the nervous system ( nerve cells are called Schwann cells) James Watson ( ) Francis Crick ( ) Both of these gentleman discovered that DNA was two-stranded ( double helix)
Agenda Continued… Advisory Organic Compounds Review Worksheet Chemistry Objective: To demonstrate an understanding of chemical reactions and the law of conservation of mass ( balancing equations) 1.Bell Ringer: Balancing Equations 2.Reaction Cards 3.Identifying Reaction Types ( indpt. Practice)
Biology ***Turn in Christmas Break Packet! *** 1.Bell Ringer 27 ( min) 2.Notes: DNA Replication (5-10) /dna-replication-notes-03 Copy from this link AND the notes over replication on the side board. You may also read Ch. 12 Song: TGzZNzVE TGzZNzVE 3. Independent Practice: DNA Worksheet ( questions and color coding) ( 30 min.)- Turn in worksheet, paste coloring sheet in journals – I will walk around and pass out test scores. 4. Clean up ( 5 min) Biology Objective: To become aware of the important scientist of cellular biology; understand what DNA stands for, its functions and its structure, understand the base pairing rules. Reminders: 1.Make-Up Exams today after school with Mr. Embry. 2.Cell Resp. Booklets Due by Thursday ( extended on day)
Advisory: Read pages of EOC book. Complete activity on the bottom of page 124. Chemistry Objective: To demonstrate an understanding of chemical reactions and the law of conservation of mass ( balancing equations) 1.Bell Work: Matter Worksheet 2.Independent Practice: Types of Reactions worksheet
Biology Objective: To become aware of the important scientist of cellular biology; understand what DNA stands for, its functions and its structure, understand the base pairing rules. 1.Quick Write ( 5-10 min). After watching the short video clip, describe how Watson and Crick came about discovering the structure of DNA. QTE 2. After your short write, complete the Chapter 12, section 2 review ( pg.299) questions 1-5. Write out the question, then answer in complete sentences. 3. Once you have finished your section review, make sure your vocab is complete. This was on Mondays slide as well as on the website. Those terms will be checked tomorrow at the beginning of class. Reminders: Tomorrow is the last day to turn in your cell respiration booklet completed. Please check the lab table to see if you are a person whose booklet was incomplete. Students who were absent need to stay after school on Thursday to make up their exam. ( if you do not show, a parent contact will be made!) Retest for Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration will be this Friday in Class! Review for Formatives: 1/14-1/15 of next week. Lab Tomorrow!!
Advisory Objective: Demonstrate an understanding of levels of organization. Complete the questions and definitions on page 125 of the EOC book. Chemistry: You will go to the library and complete your Chemistry web quest. It is due today! After you have completed your web quest, work on completing yesterdays assignment : Types of Reactions. It is due today!
Biology 1.Bell Ringer 28 ( I will be checking homework as you work on this!) 2.Lab Write Up Title: See Your DNA Purpose: To extract DNA from the cheek cells Conclusion Questions ( write the question AND the answer for 3-6) 3. Human DNA Extraction Lab 4. Clean-up Objective: To become aware of the important scientist of cellular biology; understand what DNA stands for, its functions and its structure, understand the base pairing rules Reminders: Today, stay after to make up exam. Turn in finished cell booklet ( graded as is, a test grade)
Advisory 1.Review yesterdays work ( pg. 125) 2.Watch Levels of Organization clip atch?v=4bhKM8BRQuk 3. Write a paragraph summary Chemistry: Demonstrate an understanding of chemical reactions, specifically redox ( oxidation-reduction). 1.Review Objective 2.Notes: Redox Reactions 3.Indt. Practice 4.Review/ Close
Biology: ***Homework Due**** 1.Retest: Open Book ( chapters 8 and 9)- 70% max, must answer every question. ( students who have not took the original test must take that one, NO NOTES OR BOOK!) 2.Review Packet One: Start working on completing this using your book and notes. ASK questions/ask for help!!! 3.Start studying for formative Assessments Objective: Retest over chapter 8 and 9 ( cellular processes); review for formative assessment ( enzymes and cell structure and function) Reminders: Formative assessment reviews next Monday and Tuesday. ( review packet two, another quiz grade) Testing: Wed-Thurs Early Release: Thurs and Fri
continued Advisory: Complete page 125 of EOC book. We will do questions together, vocabulary is to be done independantly! Chemistry: Objective: Review for formative assessment ( matter and the periodic table, atomic structures, chemical reactions, chemical bonding 1.Bell Ringer ( Lewis dot and Bohr models) 2.Web Activity: Chemical Bonding 3.Closure: Mondays expectations