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1 Biology Warm Ups August

2 Wed/Thur August 21/ Learning Objective: Use the scientific method to answer questions. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Observations Homework: Simpson’s: Controls and Variables (front and back) Warm Up: (answer questions in sentences) 1.Make as many observations as you can about the shell that you have been given. Write down at least 6 things you observe. 2.Write a question about an observation you had.

3 Monday August 26, 2013 Learning Objective: Be able to explain what all living things have in common and how life is categorized. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Life 2.Seating Chart Quiz 3.BN: 7-8: Levels of Organization Homework: BN-9-10: Using Ch 2 in your text book Warm Up: Life (answer questions in sentences) Draw the following table in the top 1/4 of your warm up box: Non-LivingLiving Once was Living 1. Categorize each of the following on the data table: Turtle, Tree, Fire, Bacteria, Water, Mushroom, Bread, Virus, Cat, Human, Log, roasted peanut, Cloud. 2.There are 8 things that all living things have in common. Look at your list and try to figure out what each of the living things have in common.

4 Tuesday August 27, 2013 Learning Objective: Be able to explain what all living things have in common and how life is categorized. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Levels of Org 2.Correct Caterpillar Lab and BN Start BN 9 Homework: BN-9-10: Using Ch 2 in your text book Quiz Wednesday Warm Up: Levels of Org. (answer questions in sentences) 1.What is the difference between an ecosystem and a community? 2.Is the following statement true or false (explain your answer): All of the humans, plants and animals in Los Altos make up the population of the city. 3.List 4 different type of ecosystems. 4.List at least 4 different parts found inside of a cell. 5.List at least 4 molecules that are important to life.

5 Wed/Thur August 28-29, 2013 Learning Objective: Be able to apply Hydrogen bonding to real world applications Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Basic Chem 2.Review Levels of Organization 3.Take Quiz 4.Water Lecture 5.Water Lab Homework: Finish Water Lab Conclusion Warm Up: Basic Chem (answer questions in sentences) (May need information about the periodic table) 1.If an atom has 6 protons, 8 neutrons and 10 electrons. List at least three things you know about the element described above. 2.Explain how you could find out how many protons there are in a specific element? 3.What determines the mass of an atom? 4.What is the main difference between a covalent and an ionic bond? 5.What kind of animals use VanderWaals Forces to their advantage? What can they do because of these forces?

6 Wed/Thur August 28-29, 2013 Learning Objective: Be able to apply Hydrogen bonding to real world applications Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Basic Chem 2.Review Levels of Organization 3.Take Quiz 4.Water Lecture 5.Water Lab Homework: Finish Water Lab Conclusion Warm Up: Basic Chem (answer questions in sentences) (May need information about the periodic table) 1.Explain how you could find out how many protons there are in a specific element? 2.What determines the mass of an atom? 3.What is the main difference between a covalent and an ionic bond? 4.If an atom has 6 protons, 8 neutrons and 10 electrons. List at least three things you know about the element described above. 5.What kind of animals use VanderWaals Forces to their advantage? What can they do because of these forces?

7 Wed/Thur August 28-29, 2013 Warm Up: Basic Chem (answer questions in sentences) (May need information about the periodic table) 1.Explain how you could find out how many protons there are in a specific element? 2.What determines the mass of an atom? 3.What is the main difference between a covalent and an ionic bond? 4.If an atom has 6 protons, 8 neutrons and 10 electrons. List at least three things you know about the element described above. 5.What kind of animals use VanderWaals Forces to their advantage? What can they do because of these forces?

8 Friday August 30, 2013 Learning Objective: Apply knowledge of Hydrogen bonding to real world situations. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Polarity 2.Finish Water Notes (BN-11) 3.Turn in Penny/Cohesion Lab 4.Review CIS Homework: Get a Biology Binder to keep all your Biology notes in Warm Up: Polarity 1.What does polar mean? 2.What makes a water molecule polar? 3.Some pesticides dissolve in water like salt. Many insects need to sit on the surface of the water to survive. What do you think happens to the insect populations in rivers and lakes near farm land? Explain.

9 Monday September 3, 2013 Learning Objective: Understand the differences and characteristics of acids and bases Agenda: 1.Warm Up: pH 2.pH Lab Homework: Finish pH Lab Warm Up: pH 1.What do you know about pH?

10 Thursday September 5, 2013 Learning Objective: Discover what a buffer is. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: pH and cabbage 2.Review pH Lab 3.Buffer Inquiry Lab Homework: Study for Friday Quiz: Quiz will cover: BN 9-15 Warm Up: pH and cabbage 1.pH paper and cabbage juice are both different types of pH indicators. What is an indicator? 2.Describe in complete sentences what cabbage juice does when it is added to an acid, a base or a neutral.

11 Tuesday September 5, 2013 Warm Up: pH and cabbage 1.pH paper and cabbage juice are both different types of pH indicators. What is an indicator? 2.Describe in complete sentences what cabbage juice does when it is added to an acid, a base or a neutral AcidNeutralBase

12 Friday September 6, 2013 Learning Objective: Understand why Carbon is unique and important for life. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Carbon 2.Quiz: U1Q2 3.BN-17 from Text 4.Collect BN-9-15 (Never Wet Moved to Monday) Homework: BN-17: Use Text Book Ch 2-3 Warm Up: Carbon Answer in Complete sentences 1.What number is carbon on the periodic table? 2.How many protons and electrons does a neutral carbon atom have? 3.How many bonds can a carbon atom make? Why? 4.Name some molecules that are made of carbon.

13 Friday September 6, 2013 Warm Up: Carbon Answer in Complete sentences 1.What number is carbon on the periodic table? Carbon is number 6 on the periodic table 2.How many protons and electrons does a neutral carbon atom have? Carbon had 6 (+) protons and 6 (-) electrons. 3.How many bonds can a carbon atom make? Why? Carbon can make 4 bonds because it has 4 valence electrons. 4.Name some molecules that are made of carbon. Carbon Dioxide, Sugar, Fats, Proteins, DNA Methane, Ethane, Butane, Octane Sugar

14 Monday September 9, 2013 Learning Objective: Understand the structures and functions of the four macromolecules. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Carbon Molecules 2.Pass back papers 3.BN-18: Macromolecules. 4.Never Wet Demo Homework: None Warm Up: Carbon Molecules Answer in Complete sentences 1.What does the term “organic molecule’ mean? 2.Compare and contrast monomer and polymer.

15 Tuesday September 10, 2013 Learning Objective: What type of Lipids and Carbs should I eat in my daily diet to stay healthy. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Good vs Bad Fats 2.BN-19/20: Notes on Binder Paper “What Carbs and Lipids should I eat?” Homework: Bring in three food labels. Quiz Tomorrow: BN Warm Up: Good vs Bad Fats Answer in Complete sentences 1.What type of foods do you think have a LOT of carbohydrates in them? 2.What do you think the best carbs are to eat? 3.What type of foods do you think have lots of fat in them? 4.Is all fat bad for you? Explain.

16 Wed/Thur September 11/12, 2013 Learning Objective: What type of Lipids and Carbs are in the foods that I eat? Is it healthy? Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Fats? 2.Finish BN-19/20: (Binder Paper) 3.BN-21-22: What macromolecules are in my diet? 4.Macromolecule Go-Fish (Moved to Friday) 5.Quiz: Macromolecules Homework: None (Finish BN if you didn’t in class) Warm Up: Fats? Answer in Complete sentences 1.What is the difference between a saturated fat and an unsaturated fat?

17 “Macromolecule Go Fish” Rules: 1.Every player is dealt 5 cards. 2.Each player takes a turn asking another player if he/she has a specific building block of a specific macromolecule. – “Sally, I’m building a carbohydrate, do you have any sugars?” 3.You can only ask for things you have: If they have it: they must give it to the player who asked. If they have it: they must give it to the player who asked. If they DON’T : the asker draws the top card from the “Go Fish” pond (pile in the center of the table) If they DON’T : the asker draws the top card from the “Go Fish” pond (pile in the center of the table) If they did NOT use the name of the poly/monomer you don’t have to give them the card. If they did NOT use the name of the poly/monomer you don’t have to give them the card. 4.Then it is the next players turn (person to the left)  To Win: Must create one set of each macromolecule: Carbohydrates: Any 4 sugars (-ose) Lipids: 1 Glycerol, 3 Fatty Acids Proteins: Any 4 Amino Acids Nucleic Acids: Any 4 Nucleotides

18 Friday September 13, 2013 Learning Objective: Correctly identify polymers and monomers of the four macromolecules. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Carbs 2.Collect BN: Macromolecule Go-Fish 4.Quiz: Macromolecules Homework: None Warm Up: Carbs Answer in Complete sentences 1.What is the difference between a mono, di and poly-saccharide? Include drawings 2.What is a complex carbohydrate? How is that different from a simple carbohydrate? 3.Describe a full day of food (breakfast, lunch and dinner) that would be high in complex carbs and unsaturated fat, but low in simple carbs and saturated fats.

19 Monday September 16, 2013 Learning Objective: Correctly use indicators to identify the presence of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins in food items. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Pre Lab 2.BN-23-24: Macromolecule Lab 3.Homework: Finish BN (Macromolecule Conclusion Questions) Warm Up: PreLab Answer in Complete sentences Read the introduction paragraph on page BN What indicators are we going to be using today? 2.What molecules will the indicators react with, and what reaction do we expect to see?

20 Tuesday September 17, 2013 Learning Objective: Correctly use indicators to identify the presence of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins in food items. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: 2.Review BN-23-24: Macromolecule Lab 1.Homework: BN-25: Chem Rxns and Enzymes #1-10 Warm Up: Answer in Complete sentences Using information from yesterdays lab. 1.What macromolecules did the MMM contain? Be specific about referring to what indicators were used and how they indicated what macromolecule you identified. -Your answer should be at least 4 sentences.

21 Wed/Thur September 18/19, 2013 Learning Objective: Understand that chemical reactions can absorb or release energy and that enzymes increase the speed of chemical reactions. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Chem Rxns 2.Pass Back and Review Quiz 1 3.Review BN-25: HW 4.Class Notes: BN-26-28: Chem Reactions and Enzymes 5.Pass Back and Review Quiz 2/3 (Moved to Friday) 6.Homework: None: (UNIT 1 TEST Sept 30 th ) Warm Up: Chem Rxns Answer in Complete sentences Using information from yesterdays lab. 1.What grade would you like to earn in this class? 2.How much time did you study for each of the quizzes? 3.How often would you say you complete your homework assignments? 4.How much time do you dedicate at home to homework for all classes?

22 Friday September 20, 2013 Learning Objective: Understand that some factors can increase or decrease the rate at which enzymes work Agenda: 1.Warm Up: NONE 2.Finish Notes 3.Pass Back and Review Quiz 2/3 4.Homework: UNIT 1 TEST: Block Day Oct 2/3 -Test covers all of Ch 2 of text book Friday Sept 27 th Quiz: Ch 2-4 Warm Up: NONE Answer in Complete sentences In 4 sentences write about what we learned last class period.

23 Monday September 23, 2013 Learning Objective: Compare and contrast catalysts and enzymes. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Enzymes 2.BN-29-30: Catalyst and Enzyme Reaction *Lab Demo 3.Homework: Finish BN-30 Read BN-31 Quiz Friday: BN Ch2 Test Block Day: Oct 2/3 Warm Up: Enzymes Answer in Complete sentences 1.Why are enzymes important for living things? 2.What macromolecule are enzymes made of? 3.What are two things that can make enzymes work less efficiently?

24 Tuesday September 24, 2013 Learning Objective: Follow procedures to complete enzyme set up for Liver Lab Agenda: 1.Warm Up: None 2.BN-31: Day 1: Liver Lab Homework: Review Sheet BN-39: Section 1 Only Warm Up: Enzymes Answer in Complete sentences 1.None: Lab requires whole period.

25 Wed/Thur September 25/26, 2013 Learning Objective: Understand that some factors can increase or decrease the rate at which enzymes work Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Liver Lab 2.BN-32: Liver Lab Day 2 Homework: Calculations on BN-33 Review Sheet BN-39: Section 2 Only Warm Up: Liver Lab Answer in Complete sentences 1.What enzyme are we testing in today’s lab? 2.How will we know if H2O2 is being broken down? 3.How will we know if the enzyme is damaged? (In other words: what observations would make you think the enzyme is not working well?)

26 Friday September 27, 2013 Learning Objective: Analyze data to form conclusions about rates of reaction catalyzed by enzymes in various conditions. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Liver Analysis 2.BN-34-36: Graphing Data and Conclusions 3.Quiz: Ch 2-4 Homework: Liver Lab Due Block Oct 2/3 Review Sheet BN-39/40: Section 3 Only Warm Up: Liver Analysis Answer in Complete sentences 1.What was the rate of reaction for each of the following: a.Raw Liver Enzyme: b.Boiled Enzyme: c.Lemon Enzyme: d.Salted Enzyme: e.Cold Enzyme: 2.Which Liver Environment from our bags of Liver was the most damaging to the enzyme? Use data from above in your answer.

27 Monday September 30, 2013 Sample Conclusion BN-35 #4 I expected that the boiled enzyme would not be able to catalyze the break down of Hydrogen Peroxide. The data supported my hypothesis as the height of reaction and rate of reaction were much lower for boiled enzyme compared to the raw enzyme. The rate of reaction was 0.09 C/sec for the boiled enzyme. This leads me to believe that the active site of the enzyme peroxidase was denatured by the temperature change. This prevented the reaction of hydrogen peroxide breaking down into water and oxygen. The raw liver had a rate of reaction of 0.66 C/sec, which was 0.57C/sec faster than the boiled enzyme.

28 Monday September 30, 2013 Sample Conclusion BN-35 #4: Highlight Vocab and DAta I expected that the boiled enzyme would not be able to catalyze the break down of Hydrogen Peroxide. The data supported my hypothesis as the height of reaction and rate of reaction were much lower for boiled enzyme compared to the raw enzyme. The rate of reaction was 0.09 C/sec for the boiled enzyme. This leads me to believe that the active site of the enzyme peroxidase was denatured by the temperature change. This prevented the reaction of hydrogen peroxide breaking down into water and oxygen. The raw liver had a rate of reaction of 0.66 C/sec, which was 0.57C/sec faster than the boiled enzyme.

29 Monday September 30, 2013 Learning Objective: Understand that some factors can increase or decrease the rate at which enzymes work Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Liver Lab Rxn 2.BN-37-38: Pretzelase Activity Homework: Liver Lab Due Block Day: – BN Review Sheet BN-40: Section 4 Warm Up: Liver lab rxn Answer in Complete sentences 1.What was the chemical reaction we observed during the liver lab: 2.Was this an endothermic or exothermic reaction? How do you know? 3.Why are buffers in your blood important for chemical reactions?

30 Tuesday October 1, 2013 Learning Objective: Reviewing Chemistry of Life Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Quiz Corrections 2.Review for test 3.Homework: Use review sheet as practice test-Check answers online (see online calendar Oct 2-3 for review sheet answers) Warm Up: Quiz Corrections Answer in Complete sentences 1.What are atoms made of? Describe the structure of an atom. 2.What is a covalent bond? 3.When “NEVER WET” is sprayed on something, what property of water does this change? Explain. 4.Is bacon fat healthy to eat? Why/Why NOT? 5.If someone can not drink milk because they are lactose intolerant, what does this mean?

31 Wed/Thur October 2/3, 2013 Learning Objective: TEST: Biochemistry Agenda: 1.Warm Up: None 2.Test: Chapter 2 3.Homework: None Warm Up: Quiz Corrections Answer in Complete sentences

32 Friday October 4, 2013 Learning Objective: Know the difference between Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells. Understand the functions of cell organelles. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Intro to Cells 2.BN-41-42: Use text books to complete the front and back of the worksheet reading Chapter Homework: BN if you didn’t finish it Warm Up: Intro to cells Answer in Complete sentences 1.What organelles can be found inside of plant or animal cells? 2.What do you about the differences and similarities between plant and animal cells? 3.In what ways do you think a human cell is different from a bacteria cell?

33 Friday October 4, 2013 Warm Up: Intro to cells Answer in Complete sentences 1.What organelles can be found inside of plant or animal cells? Example Answers: Nucleus, chloroplast, cell wall, cell membrane, Endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi Complex, microtubules, mitochondria, ribosomes 2. What do you about the differences and similarities between plant and animal cells? Example Answers: Plants have chloroplasts and cell walls while animals do not. 3. In what ways do you think a human cell is different from a bacteria cell? Example Answers: size: bacteria is VERY tiny complexity: human cells have lots of organelles bacteria are single celled organisms, humans are multicellular Example Answers:

34 Monday October 7, 2013 Learning Objective: Know the difference between Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells. Understand the functions of cell organelles. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Intro to Cells 2.BN-41-42: Review Cells 3.Label and Color the Cell Diagram 4.Homework: None Warm Up: Answer in Complete sentences 1.What is a Eukaryote? 2.What is a Prokaryote?

35 Tuesday October 8, 2013 Learning Objective: Review how you did on the Unit 1 Test Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Future Bio Tests 2.Review Answers from the test 3.Homework: Color Cell Diagram Get Test Score Notice Signed Warm Up: Answer in Complete sentences 1.List three steps you will take to do better next time on the Biology Test

36 Wed/Thur October 9/10, 2013 Learning Objective: Be able to explain diffusion and osmosis. Understand that a cell membrane is fluid and semipermeable. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Diffusion 2.Review Cell Diagram Parts 3.BN-45: Diffusion/Osmosis 4.BN-49-50: Kidney Dialysis Article (Did not finish-move to Friday) 5.BN-47: Dialysis Lab 6.BN-46: (Did not finish-move to Friday) Homework: Color Cell Diagram Get Test Score Notice Signed Warm Up: Answer in Complete sentences 1.What kinds of things do you think can move into and out of a cell membrane. 2.What do you think diffusion is? 3.What do you think osmosis is?

37 Animation links hill.com/sites/ /student_view0/chapter2/ animation__how_diffusion_works.html Hypo, Iso, Hyper nce/virtual_labs/LS03/LS03.html nce/virtual_labs/LS03/LS03.html Diff Across Membrane (+salt) transport/osmosis.swf transport/osmosis.swf

38 The tube inside the machine is called dialysis tubing: this is what we used in our lab today

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40 Friday October 11, 2013 Learning Objective: Warm Up: popcorn Answer in Complete sentences Understand how diffusion and osmosis relate to kidney dialysis. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Popcorn 2.BN-47: Review Dialysis Lab 3.BN-46: Facilitated Diffusion and Osmosis 4.BN-49-50: Dialysis Article Homework: Finish BN-46 if you did not in class. *Small Test: Friday Ch 7.3 in text (BN-45-46)

41 Monday October 14, 2013 Learning Objective: Warm Up: Slugs and Salt Answer in Complete sentences Answer the question using the following vocabulary words in complete sentences: 1. Why will a slug/snail die if you pour salt on it? A.Hypotonic B.Hypertonic C.Free Water D.High concentration E.Low concentration F.Solute (salt) G.Cells 2. Draw a picture of a slug/snail under your written answer. Compare and contrast diffusion with facilitated diffusion and active transport. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Slugs and salt 2.BN-47: Review Dialysis Lab 3.BN-46: Facilitated Diffusion and Active Transport 4.BN-51: Apple Osmosis Lab 5.BN-48: Practice Homework: Finish BN-48 *Quiz Fri: Ch 7.3 in text (BN )

42 Tues/Thur October 15/17, 2013 Learning Objective: Warm Up: Sponge Bob’s Vacation Answer in Complete sentences SpongeBob gets some time off from the Krusty Krab and is trying to decide whether to take his vacation in fresh water Lake Michigan or Waikiki Beach in Hawaii (Pacific Ocean). 1.Which do you think is the best choice for SpongeBob and why? A.Draw a diagram to help explain to SpongeBob how the environments may effect his cells differently. B.Use all of the following vocabulary in your answer: 1.Hypertonic 2.Hypotonic 3.Osmosis 4.High/Low Conc. Demonstrate understanding of Hyper/Hypo/Iso-tonic. Know which types of cell transport require energy and why. Agenda: 1.Warm Up: SpongeBob's Vacation 2.BN-51: Apple Osmosis Lab 3.BN-46: Facilitated Diffusion, Active Transport and Phagocytosis Homework: Study: *Quiz Friday: – Ch 7.3 and a little of 7.1. – (BN-41 & 45-46) – See animations on Calendar

43 Tues/Thur October 15/17, 2013 SpongeBob gets some time off from the crusty crab and is trying to decide whether to take his vacation in fresh water Lake Michigan or Waikiki Beach in Hawaii (Pacific Ocean). 1.Which do you think is the best choice for SpongeBob and why? A.Draw a diagram to help explain to SpongeBob how the environments may effect his cells differently. B.Use all of the following vocabulary in your answer: 1.Hypertonic 2.Hypotonic 3.Osmosis 4.High/Low Conc. Lake Michigan will not be good because your cells will be more hypertonic than the solution. Osmosis will move water into your cells towards the lower water concentration. Your cells will all puff up with water! Waikiki Beach is a better destination for you because you already live in the ocean, so your cells are Isotonic to the ocean water. Osmosis will not move water into or out of your cells because there is not a high or low concentration to move water from.

44 Animation Links: Diffusion Animation: hill.com/sites/ /student_view0/chapter2/animation__how_diffusion_works.htmlhttp://highered.mcgraw- hill.com/sites/ /student_view0/chapter2/animation__how_diffusion_works.html Osmosis Animation:http://highered.mcgraw- hill.com/sites/ /student_view0/chapter2/animation__how_osmosis_works.html Hypertonic/Hypotonic: _hemolysis_and_crenation.html _hemolysis_and_crenation.html Facilitated diffusion: hill.com/sites/ x/student_view0/chapter5/animation_quiz_- _how_facilitated_diffusion_works.htmlhttp://highered.mcgraw- hill.com/sites/ x/student_view0/chapter5/animation_quiz_- _how_facilitated_diffusion_works.html Active Transport: hill.com/sites/ x/student_view0/chapter5/animation_quiz_- _the_sodium_potassium_exchange_pump.htmlhttp://highered.mcgraw- hill.com/sites/ x/student_view0/chapter5/animation_quiz_- _the_sodium_potassium_exchange_pump.html Second Active Transport: highered.mcgraw- hill.com/sites/ /student_view0/chapter2/animation__how_the_sodium_potassium_pump_ works.html Phago/Endo/Exo/Pino Cytosis: hill.com/olcweb/cgi/pluginpop.cgi?it=swf ::535::535::/sites/dl/free/ /120068/bio02.swf::Endocytosis%20and%20Exocytosishttp://highered.mcgraw- hill.com/olcweb/cgi/pluginpop.cgi?it=swf ::535::535::/sites/dl/free/ /120068/bio02.swf::Endocytosis%20and%20Exocytosis

45 Friday October 18, 2013 Learning Objective: Warm Up: Review Transport Answer in Complete sentences Write down this Key: A.Diffusion B.Osmosis C.Facilitated Diffusion D.Active Transport E.Phagocytosis (Endo/Exo) F.Pinocytosis Classify each type of cell transport: 1.Requires NO Energy: 2.Requires Energy: 3.Requires Protein Channel: 4.Moves from High to low concentration: 5.Movement of water could be: 6.Molecules do not mix with cytoplasm after being transported in: Demonstrate understanding of cell transport Agenda: 1.Warm Up: Review Transport 2.Quiz: Ch 7.3 (little of 7.1) Homework: Relax

46 Monday October 21, 2013 Learning Objective: Warm Up: Review Transport Answer in Complete sentences 1.Write down your grade % by category: 1.Tests/Quizzes 2.Labs 3.Homework and classwork 2.What area’s are you proud of about your Biology grade? 3.What area’s need improvement about your Biology grade? See progress in class Agenda: 1.Warm Up: 1 st quarter grade 2.Pass back work Homework: Get organized

47 Tuesday October 22, 2013 Learning Objective: Warm Up: Do’s and Don’ts for Microscopes Answer in Complete sentences What are some things you should and should not do with a microscoe? 1.Do’s: 2.DON’Ts: Understand how to correctly use a microscope Agenda: 1.Microscopes: Parts and Functions (BN-53/54) 2.Warm up: DO’s and DON’Ts for Microscopes Homework: None

48 Wednesday October 23, 2013 Learning Objective: Warm Up: Answer in Complete sentences 1.None Stem Presentations Agenda: 1.STEM Presentations in Theater Homework: None

49 Thur/Fri October 24/25, 2013 Learning Objective: Warm Up: Answer in Complete sentences 1.Describe steps you should take to find and focus a specimen under a microscope. Demonstrate proper use of microscopes. Understand how to find the diameter of the field of view. Agenda: 1.STEM Thank you cards 2.Intro to microscopes Lab (sub Monday/Tuesday: be on best behavior) Homework: None

50 Monday October 28, 2013 Learning Objective: Warm Up: plants Answer in Complete sentences 1.Where do plants get energy? 2.What organelle in the plant uses this energy? Understand what ATP is and why we need it for energy in addition to sugar. Understand where plants get their mass. Agenda: 1.Warm up: plants 2.BN-57-58: Ch 8.1 & 8.2 Homework: Finish BN-57&58

51 Monday October 28, 2013 Warm Up: plants Answer in Complete sentences 1.Where do plants get energy? Plants get energy from sunlight. 1.What organelle in the plant uses this energy? The chloroplasts inside of plants use sunlight to do photosynthesis.

52 Tuesday October 29, 2013 Learning Objective: Warm Up: leaves Answer in Complete sentences 1.What part of a tree do you think does most of the photosynthesis and the least photosynthesis: Bark Roots Leaves Branches Explain your answer. Understand the structure of a leaf and why it is designed the way it is. Agenda: 1.Warm up: leaves 2.BN-59-60: Ch 23.4 Homework: Finish BN-59&60

53 Tuesday October 29, 2013 Warm Up: leaves Answer in Complete sentences 1.What part of a tree do you think does most of the photosynthesis and the least photosynthesis: Bark Roots: likely do the least amount of photosynthesis because roots are underground away from light. Photosynthesis requires light. Leaves: likely do the most photosynthesis because they are exposed to sunlight the most and contain a lot of pigments (like chlorophyll) which is used in photosynthesis. Branches

54 Wed/Thurs October 30, 2013 Learning Objective: Warm Up: leaves Answer in Complete sentences 1.(see questions on following slides) Proper use of microscope. Agenda: 1.Warm up: leaves 2.Collect pg BN-57 and 59 3.Finish Intro to Microscope lab 4.Difference between sugar and ATP Homework: If you are not finished with any pages up to BN- 60: finish them

55 1. Describe the difference in accuracy of a micrometer vs a ruler Ruler Micrometer

56 2. Can you accurately measure the field of view under low power with a micrometer, why/why not?

57 3. What is the field of view under medium power. How could I make my measurement more accurate?

58 Line up the right with a line that allows you to see the 0.01 place on the left

59 4. What is the field of view. Explain how you figure it out

60 Friday November 1, 2013 Learning Objective: Warm Up: ATP vs sugar Answer in Complete sentences 1.What did Van Helmont’s experiment tell us about plants? 2.What did Priestley’s experiment tell us about plants? 3.Does ATP or sugar have more energy? 4.Why do our cells use ATP instead of sugar directly, for energy? Understand that pigments absorb some wavelengths of light, but reflect other wavelengths. Understand Color Agenda: 1.Warm up: ATP vs Sugar 2.BN-61-62: Light and Energy Homework: Have a good weekend. (Don’t eat too much candy)

61 Friday November 1, 2013 Learning Objective: Warm Up: leaves Answer in Complete sentences 1.What did Van Helmont’s experiment tell us about plants? Plants do NOT get their mass from the soil, they get it from the air. (his plant didn’t lose any of the soil’s mass) 2.What did Priestley’s experiment tell us about plants? Plants produce oxygen. (the fire was able to burn longer) 3.Does ATP or sugar have more energy? Sugar has 90x more energy than ATP 4.Why do our cells use ATP instead of sugar directly, for energy? Sugar contains so much energy we would catch on fire if we burned all the energy in sugar fast. We use ATP because it is a small unit of energy that can be used for small jobs inside of a cell.


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