2 Wednesday, August 24, 2011 UNIT: Characteristics of Life Objective: Explain the rules of science safety.Questions:1. List 5 of my expectation from memory.2. What is your clicker #?
3 Thursday, August 25, 2011 Unit: Characteristics of Life Objective: Explain the rules of science safety.Agenda:Finish PostersPresent PostersWhat is LIFE?BELLRINGER:List 3 lab safety rules you remember from yesterday.
4 Friday, August 26, 2011 Unit: Characteristics of Life Objective: List and explain the characteristics of life.BELLRINGER:List 5 characteristics you think are necessary to say something is ALIVE.Agenda:What is Life LabWhat is life NotesHierarchy of Life
5 Monday, August 29, 2011 Unit: Characteristics of Life Objective: Describe the Hierarchy of life from an atom to the biosphereBell ringer:1. List RHCARGEED2. What is the difference between:Growth and Development?Adaptation and Evolution?LESSON-Go over BRFinish NotesHierarchy inquiry- try to place them in orderHierarchy PowerpointHW- review notes for a formative tomorrow
6 Intro to Cells Unit Tuesday, August 30, 2011 Objective: Describe the different types of cells (Prokaryotic, Eukaryotic, Animal, Plant)BR- Compare/Contrast: Response and Adaptation?LESSONReview HierarchyVideo Clips and “survivor” about Pro/EukWork on Venn and read articleHW- Finish Venn for Pro/Euk
7 Intro to Cells Unit Wednesday, August 31, 2011 Objective: Describe the different types of cells (Prokaryotic, Eukaryotic, Animal, Plant)BR- Compare/Contrast: Community, Population, Ecosystem?LESSONClicker Formative over Hierarchy and Char of LifeReview Pro/EukAnimal Plant Cell VenCell Theory NotesWork on VennHW- finish Venn for Animal/Plant
8 Intro to Cells Unit Thursday, September 01, 2011 Objective: Explain the 3 parts of the cell theory and list the contributions of Schleiden, Schwann, and Virchow.BR- 1. List 3 things common to ALL cells (PRO/EUK/AN/PLANT).2. List 2 things that are unique about each type. (PRO/EUK/AN/PLANT)LESSONReview Animal PlantColor Picture of cellsCell Theory and intro to microscopesHW-Read the Virus Article, STUDY
9 Intro to Cells Unit Friday, September 02, 2011 Objective: SWBAT name and describe the function of the parts of the microscope.BR- What are four things common to ALL types of cells (prokaryotes, animals and plants)LESSONNotes on parts of the microscopeE labHW-STUDY!!
10 Tuesday, September 06, 2011 Unit: Characteristics of LIfe Objective: SWBAT use the microscope to focus on high power.BR-. List the steps to finding and focusing on an object on high power. (hint- you do not start on high power)LESSONFinish E LabStart Cells LabHW-STUDY!!
11 Wednesday, September 07, 2011 Cell Intro Unit Objective: SWBAT use the microscope to compare and contrast animal, plant, and prokaryotic cells.BR-. Q: List 3 differences between plant and animal cells. Then QUIETLY get out your microscope and get ready to finish the cells lab.LESSONFinish Cells LabHW-Finish Cells Lab (if not done) and READ VIRUS ARTICLE!!!
12 Thursday, September 08, 2011Objective: SWBAT explain how viruses and bacteria are different.BR-. DO ON THE BACK OF YOUR VIRUS ARTICLE (Don’t get a new BR sheet)Q: Review the virus article and explain why viruses are not alive.(What part(s) of the RCHARGEED are they missing?)LESSONDiscuss Cells Lab/ClickerClickerStudy GuideHW-STUDY…and get bellringers ready to turn in!!!
13 OBJECTIVES TO STUDY FOR TEST… Safety RulesObjective: List and explain the characteristics of life.Objective: Describe the Hierarchy of life from an atom to the biosphereObjective: Describe the different types of cells (Prokaryotic, Eukaryotic, Animal, Plant)Objective: Use the microscope to focus on high power.Objective: Explain the 3 parts of the cell theory and list the contributions of Schleiden, Schwann, and VirchowObjective: SWBAT explain how viruses and bacteria are differentObjective: SWBAT use the microscope to compare and contrast animal, plant, and prokaryotic cells.
14 FRIDAY TODAY IS OUR TEST!!! Please clear your desks of EVERYTHING but a writing utensil and get a divider for your desk.Get ready to hand in…- Bellringers