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1 Biology 12/11 Warm up: What is a mutation? Exit: No exit question today. Today’s activities: Group research project (presentations Mon) Work time p.295 vocabulary p.299 #1-6 p. 300 vocabulary Video reflection essay (due Wed) Assignments: (due Friday) p.295 vocabulary p.299 #1-6 p. 300 vocabulary

2 Biology 12/10 Warm up: How does a gene work to make a trait? (see page st paragraph) Exit: List two diseases that are caused by a mutation of a single gene. (see page 346 key concept Today’s activities: Notes DNA replication Work time p.295 vocabulary p.299 #1-6 p. 300 vocabulary Video reflection essay Assignments: (due Friday) p.295 vocabulary p.299 #1-6 p. 300 vocabulary Video reflection essay

3 Biology 12/9 Warm up: Which bases would complete the strand? TGA ACT GGC AAT TTA Exit: Why might a mistake in the order of nucleotides affect the cell? Today’s activities: Notes DNA replication Work time p.295 vocabulary p.299 #1-6 p. 300 vocabulary Video reflection essay Assignments: (due Friday) p.295 vocabulary p.299 #1-6 p. 300 vocabulary Video reflection essay

4 Biology 12/8 Warm up: How many base pairs are contained in the DNA of a bacteria cell? (See page th paragraph) Exit: Why is it important for a cell to be able to duplicate its DNA? Today’s activities: Notes DNA replication Work time p.295 vocabulary p.299 #1-6 p. 300 vocabulary Assignments: (due Friday) p.295 vocabulary p.299 #1-6 p. 300 vocabulary

5 Biology 12/4 Warm up: What are the genotype probabilities if a homozygous dominant individual mated with a homozygous recessive individual? (show the square) Exit: Why is understanding inheritance important? Today’s activities: Practice packet Assignments: (due Friday)  Human traits worksheet  p.274 #1-5  Practice packet

6 Biology 12/4 Warm up: What are the genotype probabilities if a homozygous dominant individual mated with a homozygous recessive individual? (show the square) Exit: Why is understanding inheritance important? Today’s activities: Practice packet Assignments: (due Friday)  Human traits worksheet  p.274 #1-5  Practice packet

7 Biology 12/3 Warm up: No warm up Exit: No Exit question. Today’s activities: Practice packet Assignments: (due Friday)  Human traits worksheet  p.274 #1-5  Practice packet

8 Biology 12/2 Warm up: What does it mean to be a carrier of a trait? Exit: Show an example of how a dominant trait would only have a 50% chance of being passed down to the offspring. Today’s activities: Group practice problems Assignments: (due Friday)  Human traits worksheet  p.274 #1-5

9 Biology 12/1 Warm up: What does homozygous mean? Exit: Calculate the genotype probabilities if : Tt x TT Today’s activities: Standard pretest 50 points for completion, E.C. for correct answers (up to 60 points of EC possible) Assignments: (due Friday)  Human traits worksheet  p.274 #1-5

10 Biology 11/26 Warm up: What does heterozygous mean? Exit: no exit question today Today’s activities: Video notes: Science of Food “Can I Eat That?” Work time on assignments Assignments: (dueTODAY)  p.263 vocabulary  p.266 #1-6  p.267 vocabulary  p.269 #1-5  p.270 vocabulary  Human traits worksheet

11 Biology 11/25 Warm up: What is a recessive trait? Exit: Calculate the probability of each genotype if you crossed the following individual traits: Tt x tt Today’s activities: Notes: heredity Work time on assignments Assignments: (due Wed)  p.263 vocabulary  p.266 #1-6  p.267 vocabulary  p.269 #1-5  p.270 vocabulary  Human traits worksheet

12 Biology 11/24 Warm up: What is heredity? Exit: what is the definition of a dominant trait? Today’s activities: Notes: heredity Work time on assignments Upcoming assignments: (due Wed)  p.263 vocabulary  p.266 #1-6  p.267 vocabulary  p.269 #1-5  p.270 vocabulary

13 Biology 11/21 Warm up: Why is mitosis important for multi-cellular organisms? Exit: Which scientist (who was also a monk) was credited with making many of the first major discoveries in the field of genetics? (see page 263) Today’s activities: Test (Cell division) Due today: -Warm up/Exit answers -presentation notes -presentation notes essay -STUDY GUIDE Upcoming assignments: (due Wed)  p.263 vocabulary  p.266 #1-6  p.267 vocabulary  p.269 #1-5  p.270 vocabulary

14 Biology 11/20 Warm up: none Exit: none Today’s activities: Complete Study guide (due Fri) Make Note sheet to use on test (for FRI) Due Friday: -Warm up/Exit answers -presentation notes -presentation notes essay -STUDY GUIDE Upcoming assignments: (due Wed)  p.263 vocabulary  p.266 #1-6  p.267 vocabulary  p.269 #1-5  p.270 vocabulary

15 Biology 11/19 Warm up: Describe 3 risk factors for a type of cancer. Exit: Describe 3 treatments for cancer. Which one do you think is most effective based on the research statistics? Today’s activities: Assignments: Read pages  Cancer Research presentations (presentation notes)  Presentation notes essay : 4 paragraphs: -What causes cancer in general (what is damaged in the cells?) -Risk factors (Which characteristics/activities are linked with the cell damage that turns cells cancerous?) -Ways that you can reduce risk factors -The best treatment option based on your research and what you have heard from other groups. (explain why that treatment is better than other treatments)

16 Presentation notes essay 4 paragraphs: -What causes cancer in general (what is damaged in the cells?) -Risk factors (Which characteristics/activities are linked with the cell damage that turns cells cancerous?) -Ways that you can reduce risk factors -The best treatment option based on your research and what you have heard from other groups. (explain why that treatment is better than other treatments)

17 Biology 11/18 Warm up: Write down a fact from your presentation. Exit: Write down a 2 nd fact from your presentation. Today’s activities: Assignments: Read pages th period: work on project 6 th period: Presentations of cancer research project

18 Biology 11/17 Warm up: Write down a fact from your presentation. Exit: Write down a 2 nd fact from your presentation. Today’s activities: Assignments: Read pages th period: work on project 6 th period: Presentations of cancer research project

19 Biology 11/14 Warm up: No warm up Exit: No exit question Today’s activities: (Note: 5 th and 6 th periods will switch tasks on Monday) Group work Assignments: (due Friday) Read pages th period: work on project 6 th period: Presentations of cancer research project

20 Biology 11/13 Warm up: What is the name for the class of chemicals that control the cell cycle? Exit: Why is important for the cell cycle to be controlled or limited? Today’s activities: (Note: 5 th and 6 th periods will switch tasks on Monday) Group work Assignments: (due Friday) Read pages th period: p group review answers, video reflection essays 6 th period: Cancer Research project

21 Biology 11/12 Warm up: What is the end product of mitosis? Exit: Which kinds of cells perform mitosis? Today’s activities: (Note: 5 th and 6 th periods will switch tasks on Monday) Group work Assignments: (due Friday) Read pages th period: p group review answers 6 th period: Cancer Research project

22 Biology 11/6 Warm up: Which stage of the cell cycle is demonstrated in this picture? Exit: What is the name given to those little fibers that are pulling the chromosomes? Today’s activities: Group work Assignments: (due Thursday) Read pages p.243 #1-4 p.244 vocabulary p.249 #1-6 Mitosis flipbook illustrations

23 Biology 11/5 Warm up: Which stage of the cell cycle is demonstrated in this picture? Exit: What happens to the chromosomes after they line up like in the picture shown above? Today’s activities: Group work p.249 Analyzing data #1-4 together Assignments: (due Thursday) Read pages p.243 #1-4 p.244 vocabulary p.249 #1-6 Mitosis flipbook illustrations

24 Biology 11/4 Warm up: Describe what happens during each of the following stages of the cell cycle: G1, S, G2 Exit: List the four phases of mitosis. Today’s activities: Notes: cell division, mitosis p.249 Analyzing data #1-4 together Assignments: (due Thursday) Read pages p.243 #1-4 p.244 vocabulary p.249 #1-6 Mitosis flipbook illustrations

25 Biology 11/3 Warm up: Why do larger cells have a harder time surviving? Exit: Why is it important that cells are small? Today’s activities: Notes: cell division, mitosis p.249 #1-4 together Assignments: (due Thursday) Read pages p.243 #1-4 p.244 vocabulary p.249 #1-6

26 Biology 10/30 Warm up: See picture Exit: What is the difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells. Today’s activities: quiz Assignments: (due Thursday) READ CHAPTER 7 by Thursday (10/30/14) p.182 vocabulary p.189 #1-6 p.189 Concept connection (use the same page as #1-6) QUIZ over Chapter 7 Thursday,October 30 th

27 Biology 10/29 Warm up: What are two differences between active transport and passive transport? Exit: What is osmosis? Today’s activities: Review for quiz Assignments: (due Thursday) READ CHAPTER 7 by Thursday (10/30/14) p.182 vocabulary p.189 #1-6 p.189 Concept connection (use the same page as #1-6) QUIZ over Chapter 7 Thursday,October 30 th

28 Biology 10/28 Warm up: No warm up question Exit: No exit question Today’s activities: Assignments: (due Thursday) READ CHAPTER 7 by Thursday (10/30/14) p.182 vocabulary p.189 #1-6 p.189 Concept connection (use the same page as #1-6) QUIZ over Chapter 7 Thursday,October 30 th

29 Biology 10/27 Warm up: What does the endoplasmic reticulum do for the cell? (see page 177) Exit: What does the golgi apparatus do for the cell? See page 178 Today’s activities: Video notes Assignments: (due Thursday) READ CHAPTER 7 by Thursday (10/30/14) p.182 vocabulary p.189 #1-6 p.189 Concept connection (use the same page as #1-6) QUIZ over Chapter 7 Thursday,October 30 th

30 Biology 10/24 Warm up: Which organelle do you think is most important and why? Exit: Explain how a single cell works in a similar way to your entire body. Today’s activities: Cell Organelle presentations Video notes Assignments: Cell parts project (group) due Thursday p.174 vocabulary due Friday p. 181 #1-5 due Friday

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32 Biology 10/23 Warm up: Write one fact about cell parts from your group’s presentation. Exit: Write one fact about cell parts that was from a different group’s presentation. Today’s activities: Cell Organelle presentations Assignments: Cell parts project (group) due Thursday p.174 vocabulary due Friday p. 181 #1-5 due Friday

33 Biology 10/22 Warm up: Which organelle is responsible for performing photosynthesis in plant cells? Exit: How does compartmentalization of cells help an organism? Today’s activities: Notes: cell parts Assignments: Cell parts project (group) due Thursday p.174 vocabulary due Friday p. 181 #1-5 due Friday

34 Biology 10/21 Warm up: Which organelle is responsible for using the energy in carbohydrates to regenerate ATP? Exit: Explain why your group’s cell part is most important. Today’s activities: Notes: cell parts Assignments: Cell parts project (group) p.174 vocabulary p. 181 #1-5

35 Biology 10/20 Warm up: Which kind of molecule is embedded in the cell membrane and allows specific large molecules in/out of the cell. (see chapter 7) Exit: Choose 1 cell part and explain its function Today’s activities: Notes: cell parts Assignments: Cell parts project (group) p.174 vocabulary p. 181 #1-5

36 Biology 10/17 Warm up: Describe one way that a cell attempts to maintain homeostasis. Exit: What does the plasma membrane do for the cell? How does this help the cell maintain homeostasis? Today’s activities: Notes: cell parts Worksheet packet Standard:

37 Biology 10/16 Warm up: No warm up Today’s activities: Worksheet packet Standard: HS1.L4

38 Biology 10/15 Warm up: Name as many cell parts as you can from memory. Don’t use any resources. Today’s activities: Introduction to cells: Video Notes/reflections : Voyage in to the Cells Standard: HS1.L4

39 Physical Science 10/8-10/13 Warm up: No warm up activities: 10/8 guest speaker 10/9 work on experiment report/book work 10/13 Guest speaker 10/14 Video: Fearless planet Standard: H3 S1

40 Biology 10/8-10/13 Warm up: No warm up activities: 10/8 guest speaker 10/9 work on experiment report/book work 10/13 Guest speaker 10/14 Video: Fearless planet Standard: H3 S1

41 Biology 10/7 Warm up: What does pH measure about a solution? Today’s activities: Review for the quiz about Biological molecules. -Practice quiz (group/class) *Possible (if needed): p.31 #1-10,15,16 p.57 #11,12,17,18,19,22,24,25 Review game (Biological Molecules) Due WED -Warm up/Exit Q’s -Review notes -Practice Quiz * Possible book assignments 5th Standard: HS1.L4

42 Biology 10/7 Warm up: What does pH measure about a solution? Today’s activities: Review for the quiz about Biological molecules. -Practice quiz (group/class) Review questions: (Due Wed) p.31 #1-10,15,16 p.57 #11,12,17,18,19,22,24,25 Due WED -Warm up/Exit Q’s -Review notes p.31 #1-10,15,16 p.57 #11,12,17,18,19,22,24,25 -Practice Quiz Standard: HS1.L4

43 Biology 10/6 Warm up: A polypeptide is which kind of biological molecule? Today’s activities: Review for the quiz about Biological molecules. -Practice quiz (group/class) Review game (Biological Molecules) Due WED -Warm up/Exit Q’s -Practice Quiz Standard: HS1.L4

44 Biology 10/3 Warm up: A monosaccharide is which kind of biological molecule? Today’s activities: Review for the quiz about Biological molecules. -Practice quiz (group/class) Review game (Biological Molecules) Due Friday : -Warm up/Exit Q’s -Notes -Practice Quiz Standard: HS1.L4

45 Biology 10/2 Warm up: Which four elements make up most of the mass in all living things? Today’s activities: Review for the quiz about Biological molecules. -Practice quiz (group/class) Due Friday : -Warm up/Exit Q’s -Notes -Practice Quiz Standard: HS1.L4

46 Biology 9/29-10/1 Warm up: No warm up Today’s activities: Typing experiment report (due 10/1) Due Friday : -Warm up/Exit Q’s -Notes -Practice Quiz Standard: HS1.L4

47 Biology 9/26 Warm up: Name three polymers of carbohydrates. (see chapter 2) Today’s activities: Warm up Discussion notes/group activities (biological molecules models) If time allows: Class works on p.51 Analyzing data Due Friday : -Warm up/Exit Q’s -Notes -p.40 Vocabulary -p.43 #1-5 -p.44 vocab -p.48 #1-5 -p.49 vocabulary -p.53 #1-5 -Practice Quiz Standard: HS1.L4

48 Biology 9/25 Warm up: How is a monomer different from a polymer? (see notes from yesterday) Today’s activities: Warm up Discussion notes/group activities (biological molecules models) If time allows: Class works on p.51 Analyzing data Due Friday : -Warm up/Exit Q’s -Notes -p.40 Vocabulary -p.43 #1-5 -p.44 vocab -p.48 #1-5 -p.49 vocabulary -p.53 #1-5 Standard: HS1.L4

49 Biology 9/24 Warm up: Which ion is in high concentration in solutions that have a pH above 7 (basic solutions)? (see page 43) Today’s activities: Warm up Discussion notes/group activities p. 51 Analyzing Data Assignments: Read pages Vocabulary p.49 p.53 #1-5 Due Friday (so far): Read pages p.40 Vocabulary p.43 #1-5 p.44 vocab p.48 #1-5 Quiz Friday over Chapter 1 and 2 material Standard: HS1.L4

50 Biology 9/23 Warm up: Which two ions are responsible for giving a solution pH? (see page 42-43) Today’s activities: Warm up Discussion notes/group activities Assignments: Read pages p.40 vocabulary p.43 #1-5 Due Friday (so far): Read pages p.40 Vocabulary p.43 #1-5 p.44 vocab p.48 #1-5 Quiz Friday over Chapter 1 and 2 material Standard: HS1.L4

51 Biology 9/22 Warm up: The water molecule is said to be “polar”. What does that mean? (hint: see page 40) Today’s activities: Warm up Discussion notes/group activities Assignments: Read pages p.40 vocabulary p.43 #1-5 Due Friday (so far): Read pages p.40 Vocabulary p.43 #1-5 Quiz Friday over Chapter 1 and 2 material Standard: HS1.L4

52 Biology 9/18 Warm up: What are three subatomic particles in an atom? Today’s activities: Warm up Discussion notes. Assignments: Read pages p.39 #1-6, p.35 vocabulary Due Thursday (so far):  Warm up  Notes/Group work  p.39 #1-6  p.35 vocabulary Standard: HS1.L4

53 Biology 9/17 Warm up: NO warm up today Today’s activities: Reading work sample “Chemicals” Assignments: Read pages p.39 #1-6, p.35 vocabulary Due Thursday (so far):  Warm up  Notes/Group work  p.39 #1-6  p.35 vocabulary Standard: HS1.L4

54 Biology 9/16 Warm up: Why is it important to focus only on your experiment variables when introducing your experiment in the experiment report? Today’s activities: Warm up Typing Sections 1 and 2 of experiment report. Assignments: Read pages p.39 #1-6 Due Thursday (so far):  Warm up  Notes/Group work  p.39 #1-6 Standard: HS1.L4

55 Biology 9/15 Warm up: Why is it important to cite your sources? Today’s activities: Warm up Typing Sections 1 and 2 of experiment report. Assignments: Read pages p.39 #1-6 Due Friday (so far):  Warm up  Notes/Group work  p.39 #1-6 Standard: HS1.L4

56 Biology 9/12 Warm up: List at least 6 variables that you are keeping constant in your experiment. Today’s activities: Warm up Typing Sections 1 and 2 of experiment report. Assignments: Read pages 3-22  p.7 #1-6  p.15 #1-5  p.22 #1-6 Due Friday (so far):  Warm up  Notes/Group work  p.7 #1-6  p.15 #1-5  p.22 #1-6 Standard: HS1.L4

57 Biology 9/11 Warm up: In your experiment, what is the manipulated variable? What is the responding variable? Today’s activities: Warm up Experimental design / Set up station Discussion notes Exit question Assignments: Read pages 3-22  p.7 #1-6  p.15 #1-5  p.22 #1-6 Due Friday (so far):  Warm up  Notes/Group work  p.7 #1-6  p.15 #1-5  p.22 #1-6 Standard: HS1.L4

58 Biology 9/10 Warm up: Why is it important for EVERY member of your experiment group to write down ALL experimental activities? Today’s activities: Warm up Experimental design / Set up station Discussion notes Exit question Assignments: Read pages 3-22  p.7 #1-6  p.15 #1-5  p.22 #1-6 Due Friday (so far):  Warm up  Notes/Group work  p.7 #1-6  p.15 #1-5  p.22 #1-6 Standard: HS1.L4

59 Biology 9/9 Warm up: Which variable is your group changing in your experiment? Also… List at least 5 variables that your group will keep constant. (controlled) Today’s activities: Warm up Experimental design / Set up station Exit question Assignment: Read pages 3-15 Questions: p.7 #1-6 and p.15 #1-5 due Friday Due Friday (so far):  Warm up  Notes/Group work  p.7 #1-6  p.15 #1-5 Standard: HS1.L4

60 Biology 9/8 Warm up: How many variables are changed in a controlled experiment? Which variables are controlled? Today’s activities: Warm up Experimental design discussion Exit question Assignment: Read pages 3-15 Questions: p.7 #1-6 and p.15 #1-5 Due Friday (so far):  Warm up  Notes/Group work  p.7 #1-6  p.15 #1-5 Standard: HS1.L4

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62 Biology 9/5 Warm up: Explain how DNA is useful for the living organism. Exactly what does it do for the organism? Today’s activities: Warm up Emergency procedures Characteristics of Living things, Homeostasis Assignment packet training Work time Exit question Due today:  Warm up /Exit questions  Poster: Characteristics of living things  Group work  Syllabus Standard: HS1.L4

63 Biology 9/4 Warm up: Explain the differences between growth and development. Also describe least 1 example of how a plant or an animal develops. Today’s activities: Warm up Video: characteristics of living organisms Characteristics of Life poster due Friday Emergency procedures (if time permits) Standard: HS1.L4

64 Biology 9/4 Exit Question: Explain how DNA is useful for the living organism. Exactly what does it do for the organism? Standard: HS1.L4

65 Biology 9/3 Warm up: Homeostasis involves keeping the internal environment of an organism in balance. Describe at least three things that the human body must keep in balance. Today’s activities: Warm up Characteristics of Life Scavenger Hunt/ Reflection Group activity: Poster: characteristics of living things/ share examples Emergency procedures (if time permits) Upcoming events: Today -Group poster due Friday: -Syllabus due -Warm up questions due - Standard: HS1.L4

66 Homeostasis Essay (due Friday) Minimum Length three paragraphs. The essay must include: Paragraph 1:  Definition of homeostasis (textbook)  Simplified definition to help explain the textbook definition Paragraph 2:  At least 2 examples of how humans maintain homeostasis. (What needs to be kept in balance?) Paragraph 3:  At least 2 examples of how plants and/or animals maintain homeostasis.  short conclusion Standard: HS1.L4

67 Biology 9/3 Warm up: What makes something a living organism? Today’s activities: Review of procedures/ book checkout Group activity: characteristics of living things Group activity: Think/Write/Share Individual assignment: Characteristics of Life Poster due Friday Exit question Emergency procedures (if time permits) Upcoming events: Friday: -Syllabus due -Warm up questions due - Characteristics of Life Poster is due Standard: HS1.L4

68 Biology 9/2 Group (Think/Write/Share): List 5 things that the human body must keep in balance to maintain homeostasis. For each thing that is listed, describe how the body reacts when that thing is out of balance. Standard: HS1.L4

69 Characteristics of Life Poster Make a poster that illustrates and explains 8 characteristics of life. For each characteristic include: -Explanation of the characteristic -Illustration that helps explain the characteristic Due: Friday in the assignment packet. 20 points total (2 points for each of the 8 characteristics) + (4 points for neatness)

70 Exit question: Biology studies many different levels of life. List the level of organization of life in order from the smallest units (cell) to largest (biosphere). For each level give an example that is different from example given in the textbook.


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