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Agenda: 12-3-12 Biology 1.Corrected/Late Work 2.Bell Ringer 23: Succession Review ( these questions will be on your test!) 3. Cell Membrane Permeability Demonstration ( pg. 187) – Lab Format on front board. 4. While letting starch solution sit for 20 minutes, watch AND TAKE ADDITIONAL NOTES over the diffusion and osmosis video. 5. Observe. Clean Up lab 6. Finish Analysis and Conclusion questions. Reminders: Extra Credit due to me by the end of the day ( email by 7pm) Test: Cell Organelles and Cellular Transportation. ( succession questions added)
Chemistry: Bell Ringer ( review of past TEKS) Density Problems 1) A block of aluminum occupies a volume of 15.0 mL and weighs 40.5 g. What is its density? 2) Mercury metal is poured into a graduated cylinder that holds exactly 22.5 mL. The mercury used to fill the cylinder weighs 306.0 g. From this information, calculate the density of mercury. 3) What is the weight of the ethyl alcohol that exactly fills a 200.0 mL container? The density of ethyl alcohol is 0.789 g/mL. 4) A rectangular block of copper metal weighs 1896 g. The dimensions of the block are 8.4 cm by 5.5 cm by 4.6 cm. From this data, what is the density of copper? Continue to next slide
Bell Ringer Cont… States of matter, elements, compounds, mixtures 1 )List the three states of matter and describe their basic properties: 2) Classify the following as either elements, compounds, homogeneous mixtures (solutions) or heterogeneous mixtures: a)copper (II) sulfate b)Kool Aid c)wood d)plastic e)lined paper
12-4-12- Biology 1.Vocab Quiz- Given Orally, questions repeated 4 times. 10 questions total! 2.Writing Assignment: Cellular Processes 3.Review Game. Reminders: Test Tomorrow, study!!!!!! Makeup/corrected work due tomorrow
12-5-12 Biology 1.Come in quietly and place all personal belongings to the right side of the room. All you need is a pencil. 2.Test: Cells, Organelles, and Transport 3.Homework: Vocabulary Words : NADP +, Light dependent reactions, photosynthesis, Adenosine triphosphate (ATP), chlorophyll, thylakoid, pigments, photosystem, ATP synthase, heterotrophs, Autotrophs, stroma, and Calvin Cycle. ( due tomorrow for grading, if you finish your test early, get a textbook and go to chapter 8 of the book and get a head start. IF YOU FINISH EARLY, START YOUR HOMEWORK, YOU DON’T HAVE THE OPTION TO JUST SIT! Breakdown illustrations Read- then re-read Underline the question and bracket/box key terms N- write notes to the side of what you remember about the question Cross out two wrong answer choices. Hand pick the best answer choice of the remaining two. Make sure to justify your answer choice. --------------------------------- You should be spending 2 minutes per each test question. USE your brunch methods to aide you.
12-5-12 Continued Advisory 1.Identify the four organic molecules and list one example of each one. 2.What is an enzyme? 3.Enzyme Practice Chemistry 1.Quiz: Naming Compounds and Molar Mass 2.Creating Chemical Formulas
12-6-12 Biology Photosynthesis Notes : Use the book( chapter 8), visit the website using your device or the computer. Chemistry Matter/Compounds Web- quest Pay close attention to the law of conservation of mass*** We are working with it tomorrow.
12-7-12 Biology 1.Photosynthesis Power-Point Notes Class Assistants: ( pass out power-points, flow charts and click for me!) 2 nd - Andrew 3 rd - Tiffani and Deja 4 th - Stover and Marie 5 th - J’Briel and Damien 6 th - Tytianna and Derrick 2. Photosynthesis Flow Chart ( chapter 8 figures and terms) Quiz Next Tuesday!! Chemistry 1.Balancing Chemical Equations 2.Lab: Conservation of Mass