Presentation on theme: " Make Name Tag: (make sure your name is easy to read) Feel Free to add a picture of your Favorite Organism."— Presentation transcript:
Make Name Tag: (make sure your name is easy to read) Feel Free to add a picture of your Favorite Organism.
1. RESPECT OTHERS 2. Do Not Disrupt Learning 3. Come Prepared For Class 4. Sit In Your Assigned Seat 5. Time for Time: 2 Strikes + You’re Out 6. EFFORT = SUCCESS
1. Where can you find the work that you missed if you are absent? 2. How long do you have to hand in absent work (including labs)? 3. Where should you put absent/late work? 4. Where is the no-name basket? 5. Where will you find class handouts? 6. When are iPods allowed? 7. When are phones allowed?
1. Where can you find the work that you missed if you are absent? On the SWIFT Website 2. How long do you have to hand in absent work (including labs)? 5 School Days 3. Where should you put absent/late work? In the Absent/Late Folder Front of Room 4. Where is the no-name basket? Recycle Bin 5. Where will you find class handouts? Swift Website 6. When are iPods allowed? Never 7. When are phones allowed? Never
ETD 1 A. What is a SCaR and how can it help you remember stuff? B. What does it take to be “alive”? SCaR: Brain
S Simplify C Connect a R and Reconnect ID 3 Key Terms + Give a Simple Definition For Each Draw a Picture Detailed with Labels for each Key Term Give 3 Other Examples That Connect to that Idea for each Written or Drawn
SCa R 1.The Sun Earth’s Nearest Star 1.Light Energy 2.Heat Energy 3. Photosynthesis The Sun Solar Flare Sun Spot
What does it take to be “alive”? Old Alive = MRSGREN Really want to know: C BIG MRSGRENDE Cells, Balance(homeostasis), Interconnected (interdependent), Genes. Move, Reproduce, Sense. Grow, Respiration, Excretion, Nutrition, Die, and Evolve
Biology : More than just Facts Themes = BIG IDEAS CONNECTIONS - Apply to Each Chapter
1. Science as a process-Inquiry 2. Evolution 3. Energy transfer 4. Continuity and change - Genes 5. Relationship of structure to function-Building Blocks 6. Regulation-Balance 7. Interdependence in nature -Web 8. Science, technology, and society
Order Evolutionary adaptation Response to the environment Reproduction Growth and development Energy processing Regulation Fig. 1-3
What is the definition of Science? Science = to Know or Wisdom
Scientific Method = Inquiry Seeks Valid Evidence for Ideas Predictions Disciplined Observations Data based Conclusions
Web – Connections Evolution Building Blocks Balance Energy Genes
Organisms Interact and Depend on each other. ◦ Animal gets Food ◦ Plant gets Seed Dispersal
All Life is Connected Common Ancestors “Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution”- Dobzhansky
Positive feedback Positive feedback Product = Production ◦ Ex. Exponential Population Growth ◦ Babies Lead to More Babies
Life is Work Work requires ENERGY Energy transformations ◦ EX: Light chemical kenetic thermal Energy flows through an ecosystem, Light E Chem E exit?
Fig. 1-5 Sunlight Ecosystem Heat Cycling of chemical nutrients Producers (plants and other photosynthetic organisms) Chemical energy Consumers (such as animals)
Species Pass DNA through Time Genetic mechanisms: Spelling errors Lead to change over time.
Nuclei containing DNA Sperm cell Egg cell Fertilized egg with DNA from both parents Embryo’s cells with copies of inherited DNA Offspring with traits inherited from both parents Fig. 1-9 G- Theme: Continuity and Change
Science leads to technological = + and - society. ◦ Ex. human genome project knowledge of genes ◦ DNA discrimination.
You are Simply a Vehicle for your Genes To get into THE FUTURE
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