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Title: Daily Agenda 9/3/2013


1
Daily Agenda9/3/2013 9/4/2013
  • Objective To learn about Ms. Snow, her
    expectations for Biology class, and one another
  • Activities
  • Introduction and expectations for class
  • Ice breaker
  • Essential Question In biology, what am I looking
    forward to, and what am I worried about this
    year?
  • Homework Syllabus signedreturn next class
    period
  • Warm-up Typically there will be a question for
    you to answer here. For today, just pick up a
    syllabus near the door

2
Daily Agenda9/5/2013 9/6/2013
  • Objective To learn about laboratory safety
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Safety PPT
  • Lab safety scavenger hunt
  • Review
  • Essential Question Why is safety the most
    critical concern when working in the science lab?
  • Homework
  • Due 9/9 or 9/10 Read lab safety agreement have
    parent sign, then return
  • Due 9/16 or 9/17 Biology lab safety assignment
  • Warm-up How do you think lab safety applies to
    you as a biology student? Why does it matter to
    you?

3
Daily Agenda9/9/2013 9/10/2013
  • Objective To review laboratory safety
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Finish lab safety scavenger hunt
  • Review lab safety scavenger hunt
  • Lab safety symbols worksheet
  • Essential Question Why is safety the most
    critical concern when working in the science lab?
  • Homework
  • 9/11 or 9/12
  • Lab Safety Quiz
  • Lab Symbols HW
  • Lab Scavenger Hunt Sheet
  • Due 9/16 or 9/17 Biology lab safety assignment
  • Warm-up List 3 instances where goggles
    absolutely must be worn in the lab.

4
Daily Agenda9/11/2013 9/12/2013
  • Objective To begin the exploration into the
    characteristics of LIFE!
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Safety Quiz
  • Characteristics of Life
  • Pre-lab
  • 10 stations
  • Essential Question What are the characteristics
    of life?
  • Homework
  • Due TODAY
  • Lab Symbols HW
  • Lab Scavenger Hunt Sheet
  • Due 9/13 or 9/16
  • Finish pre-lab
  • Notes on characteristics of living organisms
  • Due 9/16 or 9/17
  • Biology lab safety assignment
  • Warm-up In your own words, tell me, what is the
    scientific method ? How is it used?

5
Daily Agenda9/13/2013 9/16/2013
  • Homework
  • Lab Tuesday Wednesday!!!
  • Due TODAY
  • Completed pre-lab
  • Notes on characteristics of living organisms
  • Due 9/16 or 9/17
  • Biology lab safety assignment
  • Due 9/17 or 9/18
  • Full CoL lab write up
  • 2 paragraph summary on virus article
  • Warm-up As soon as the bell rings, find a
    partner nearby complete 7 on your CoL lab.
  • Objective To determine examine the
    characteristics of LIFE!
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Finish go over Characteristics of Life (CoL)
    lab
  • CoL notes discussion ppt
  • Further analysis
  • Essential Question What are the characteristics
    of life?

6
Daily Agenda9/17/2013 9/18/2013
  • Homework
  • Due TODAY
  • Completed further analysis for CoL lab
  • Full CoL lab write up
  • 2 paragraph summary on virus article
  • Due 9/16 or 9/17
  • Biology lab safety assignment
  • Warm-up Complete the half-sheet on fire. Then
    do the experimental design practice sheet.
  • Objective To examine experimental design and
    demonstrate proficiency in skills such as
    identifying variables/ constants, graphing, and
    experiment evaluation, etc.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Fire slip
  • Experimental design
  • Experimental design problems
  • Significant figures
  • Graphing
  • Essential Question How could knowing the parts
    of experimental design help me to better
    understand analyze lab activities?

7
Daily Agenda9/19/2013 9/20/2013
  • Homework
  • Due TODAY
  • Significant figure sheet questions???
  • Due 9/23 or 9/24
  • Graphing packet
  • Warm-up During the CoL lab you examined various
    items at 10 stations. Consider the beans how did
    you classify them? Provide 2 pieces of evidence
    that support your statement.
  • Objective To determine the specific
    classification of beans as living or non-living,
    etc. To generate a hypothesis and collect data.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Bean Labdata collection
  • CLEAN UP!!!
  • Graphing packet if finished
  • Essential Question How can the information
    (data) I collect today help me support or
    not-support my hypothesis?

8
Daily Agenda9/23/2013 9/24/2013
  • Homework
  • Due 10/1 or 10/2
  • Full lab report for Pinto Bean Lab
  • Parts to include I, IV, V, and VI.
  • Warm-up Get with your partners and transfer all
    data to each others lab papers. Then, grab a
    laptop, log in, and go to my webpage
  • Objective To complete a statistical data
    analysis to more thoroughly analyze our pinto
    bean data.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Statistical analysis
  • Essential Question I collected my data, now what?

9
Daily Agenda9/25/2013 9/26/2013
  • Homework
  • Due TODAY
  • Graphing Packet
  • Sig Figs
  • Due 9/30
  • News ViewsExperimental Design
  • Due 10/1 or 10/2
  • Full lab report with statistical reports
  • Warm-up Complete the half-sheet on graphing
    individually. Turn it in for a small grade.
  • Note I will be judging correctness, effort,
    tidiness!
  • Objective To identify the different levels of
    taxonomic classification.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Mini-quiz
  • Graphing/Sig. Fig. Review
  • News Views
  • Essential Question Why do scientists bother to
    classify organisms?

10
Daily Agenda9/27/2013 9/30/2013
  • Homework
  • Due 9/30
  • News ViewsExperimental DesignSubmit to
    turnitin.com
  • Due 10/3 or 10/4
  • Full lab reportSubmit to turnitin.com
  • DATE PUSHED BACK
  • Due 10/3 or 10/4
  • Classification handout
  • Warm-up How many significant figures?
  • 4.6502 104 x 4.20
  • 4.0003
  • 4.2300
  • 42300.
  • 42300
  • Objective To identify the different levels of
    taxonomic classification how kingdom
    classifications are determined.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Video
  • PPT notes
  • Critical writing exit ticket
  • Essential Question Why do scientists bother to
    classify organisms?

11
Daily Agenda10/1/2013 10/2/2013
  • Homework
  • Due 9/30
  • News ViewsExperimental DesignSubmit to
    turnitin.com
  • Due 10/3 or 10/4
  • Full lab reportSubmit to turnitin.com
  • DATE PUSHED BACK
  • Due 10/3 or 10/4
  • Classification handout
  • Warm-up What are the two basic types of cells?
  • Objective To identify the different levels of
    taxonomic classification how kingdom
    classifications are determined.
  • Activities
  • Test Lab Make-up policy
  • Warm-up
  • PPT notes
  • Classification activity
  • More PPT notes
  • Critical writing exit ticket
  • Essential Question Why do scientists bother to
    classify organisms?

12
Daily Agenda10/1/2013 10/2/2013
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • Classification Handout
  • Due Tonight before 1159pm
  • Full lab reportSubmit to turnitin.com
  • Test 10/9 or 10/10
  • Experimental design
  • Sig Figs
  • Characteristics of life
  • Graphing, etc.
  • Review sheet to be posted tonight on my
    website!!!
  • Warm-up Im a multicellular autotrophwhat
    Kingdom would I be classified into?
  • Objective To further discuss the significance of
    classification and taxonomy.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Remind 101
  • Classification activity
  • PPT notes
  • Video?
  • Writing activity?
  • Essential Question How do taxonomists decide how
    to classify and name organisms?

13
Daily Agenda10/7/2013 10/8/2013
  • Homework
  • Test 10/9 or 10/10
  • Experimental design
  • Sig. Figs
  • Characteristics of life
  • Graphing, etc.
  • Review sheet posted on my website!!!
  • Warm-up
  • What is a constant?
  • What is a control?
  • What is the dependent variable dependent on?
  • Objective To identify the parts of experimental
    design from historical experiments.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Grades
  • Experimental design activity
  • Essential Question How can knowing the parts of
    experimental design help me to better understand
    various experiments?

14
Daily Agenda10/9/2013 10/10/2013
  • Test today!
  • When the bell rings, put everything away in your
    back pack and move your back pack to the back of
    the room.
  • CELL PHONES MUST GO IN YOUR BAG. NO ONE MAY KEEP
    THEM IN THEIR POCKETS.
  • You may not leave the room during the test for
    any reason. Bathroom/water breaks must occur
    before or after the test.
  • When you are finished with your test, I have
    Common Formative Assessment 2 for you to
    complete. It is not a weighted grade, but can
    earn you extra credit for a high score.

15
Data Analysis Instructions
  • Log on to your account.
  • Go to my webpage and click on the Test tab. Then
    select the Statistical Analysis Data for Test 1
    and open the document.
  • Use the Excel spreadsheet to create a range table
    and then calculate the descriptive statistics and
    the t-test value. Then create the histogram just
    like you did for you seed lab data. Make sure
    calculations are expressed with appropriate
    number of sig. figs.
  • Copy the Excel work into a Word document and
    submit it to turnitin.com under your account for
    our class.
  • Return to your seat to complete the rest of your
    test.

16
Daily Agenda10/11/2013 10/15/2013
  • Homework
  • Due 10/17 or 10/18
  • Fish project
  • Phyla symmetry worksheet
  • Warm-up
  • Why do you think we use scientific names when
    naming organisms?
  • Objective To be able to write scientific names
    correctly. To understand that scientific names
    are often descriptive of an organism.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Formative assessment 2
  • Finish Kingdom classification ppt
  • Mantis shrimp video
  • Binomial Nomenclature notes
  • Fish Activity (?)
  • Phyla Symmetry worksheet (?)
  • Essential Question Why are scientific names
    important?

17
Daily Agenda10/16/2013 10/17/2013
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • Phyla symmetry worksheet
  • Due 10/18 or 10/21
  • Create your fish project
  • Make these interesting and put in good effort!
  • They will be graded as a task
  • I would like to laminate them and hang some up in
    the hall!
  • Warm-up
  • Write the scientific name for humans correctly
    according to the rules of binomial nomenclature.
  • Objective To be able to write scientific names
    correctly. To understand that scientific names
    are often descriptive of an organism.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Finish binomial nomenclature notes (if necessary)
  • Finish fish activity
  • Create your own fish
  • Virus video questions
  • Essential Question What roles have viruses
    played throughout evolution

18
Daily Agenda10/18/2013 10/21/2013
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • Fish project
  • Due 10/22 or 10/23
  • Shoe dichotomous key
  • Cladogram worksheet
  • Classification Taxonomy Quiz!!! 10/22 or 10/23
  • Warm-up
  • Complete the worksheet you picked up at the door.
  • Objective To be able to use and create a
    dichotomous key and a cladogram.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up worksheet
  • Use a dichotomous key
  • PPTtips to making a dichotomous key
  • Make shoe diagram as a class
  • PPTcladograms
  • Use and make a cladogram
  • Essential Question What are similarities and
    differences between dichotomous keys and
    cladograms?

19
Daily Agenda10/22/2013 10/23/2013
  • Objective To show Ms. Snow my knowledge
    regarding Classification Taxonomy
  • Activities
  • Brief review for quiz
  • Classification Taxonomy Quiz!!!
  • Essential Question What do you think are two
    problems or deficiencies of using dichotomous
    keys to classify or identify organisms? Hint
    compare them to cladograms.
  • Answer this question on the last
  • page of your test
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • Shoe dichotomous key
  • Cladogram worksheet
  • Dont forget about upcoming News Views!!!
  • Warm-up
  • Be quiet and review your notes until instructed
    otherwise.

20
Daily Agenda10/24/2013 10/25/2013
  • Objective To demonstrate knowledge of atoms
    their parts, elements, ions, bonding.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up Atoms Family worksheet
  • PPT on atoms, etc.
  • Paper Plate Atom Project
  • Section Review 2-1 using book
  • Essential Questions Why do we learn biochemistry
    in biology class? What are some of the key topics
    we covered today?
  • Homework
  • Due 10/25 _at_ midnight
  • News Views
  • Due 10/28 or 10/29
  • Complete Atoms Family worksheet
  • Read sections 1 2 of Chapter 2 complete the
    section review handout
  • Finish paper plate atom
  • Short quiz on atoms 10/30 or 10/31
  • Warm-up Pick up a periodic table and complete
    the Atoms Family worksheet.

21
Daily Agenda10/28/2013 10/29/2013
  • Objective To learn about the properties of
    water.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • pH lab
  • Quiz review
  • Essential Question What does pH really mean?
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • Atoms Family worksheet
  • Section review handout
  • Paper plate atom
  • Due 10/30 or 10/31
  • Short Quiz
  • Completed Ions Isotopes sheet
  • Due 11/6 or 11/7
  • Lab conclusion questions
  • Acids bases packet
  • Warm-up Pick up your Acids, Bases, and Buffers
    lab and read through it entirely. When you finish
    you may begin on your Ions Isotopes sheet

22
Solutions for pH Lab
  1. Nail polish remover
  2. Fertilizer
  3. Hydrogen peroxide
  4. Listerine
  5. Lemon juice
  6. Coke
  7. Cleaning liquid
  8. Dishwashing detergent
  9. Vinegar
  10. Baking soda

23
Daily Agenda10/30/2013 10/31/2013
  • Objective To learn about the properties of
    water.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Quiz on atoms, etc.
  • Properties of water PPT
  • Essential Question What are the properties that
    make water unique when compared to other
    compounds?
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • Completed Ions Isotopes sheet
  • Due 11/6 or 11/7
  • Lab further analysis questions
  • Typed
  • Use notes from properties of water
  • Acids bases packet
  • Warm-up
  • An acid is higher in ___________ than __________.
  • An alkaline solution is also known as a(n)
    ___________. It ranges from _____ to _____ on the
    pH scale.

24
Daily Agenda11/1/2013 11/6/2013
  • Objective To investigate and explain the
    properties of water and apply that to the real
    world.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up pre-lab questions
  • Water videos?
  • Water Lab
  • Essential Question What are the properties that
    make water unique when compared to other
    compounds?
  • Homework
  • Due 11/6 or 11/7
  • Completed Water Notes
  • pH Lab further analysis questions
  • Typed
  • Use notes from properties of water
  • Acids bases packet
  • Due 11/13 or 11/14
  • Water Lab further analysis questions
  • Typed
  • Use notes from properties of water
  • Warm-up
  • Complete the 3 pre-lab questions.
  • Read through the lab procedures. Points will be
    deducted for improper procedure!

25
Daily Agenda11/7/2013 11/8/2013
  • Objective To review concepts and expectations
    for Biology.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Review
  • Lab Conclusions
  • Tests
  • Quizzes
  • Essential Question What do I need to do to up my
    game in Biology for Quarter 2?
  • Homework
  • Due 11/6 or 11/7
  • pH Lab further analysis questions
  • Typed
  • Use notes from properties of water
  • Due 11/13 or 11/14
  • Water Lab further analysis questions
  • Typed
  • Use notes from properties of water
  • Warm-up
  • List 3 unique properties that water possesses.

26
Daily Agenda11/11/2013 11/12/2013
  • Objective To learn a new reading comprehension
    strategy and apply it to a macromolecule reading.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • New hall pass/tardy policy
  • ReQuest strategy
  • ReadingCarbon Compounds
  • Quick quiz on the reading
  • Essential Question What are the 4 organic
    compounds found in living things?
  • Homework
  • Due 11/13 or 11/14
  • Water Lab further analysis questions
  • Typed
  • Use notes from properties of water
  • Answer the questions at the back of the water
    notes packet
  • Due 11/19 or 11/20
  • Write a summary of what we read in class
    Chemistry of CarbonProteins section in your text
    books.
  • Warm-up
  • Please complete the reading comprehension survey
    you picked up on your way into class.

27
Daily Agenda11/13/2013 11/14/2013
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • Water Lab further analysis questions
  • Completed questions from the back of the water
    notes packet
  • Due 11/15 or 11/18
  • Pre-lab questions for Jerells Ipod
  • Due Next Week
  • See the assignment sheet you picked up at the
    door
  • Warm-up
  • 1.) What makes carbon atoms so versatile?
  • 2.) What do living things use carbohydrates for?
  • 3.) What is the difference between a saturated
    and an unsaturated fatty acid?
  • Objective To learn a new reading comprehension
    strategy and apply it to an amino acid protein
    reading.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Anticipation/Making predictions
  • ReadingAmino Acids Proteins
  • Quick quiz on the reading
  • Essential Question
  • Why are amino acids essential to our bodies?

28
Daily Agenda11/15/2013 11/18/2013
  • Objective To apply the structure and function of
    macromolecules to known foodstuffs.
  • Activities
  • Pre-lab warm-up
  • Jerells iPod Lab
  • Essential Question What is the point of testing
    the known substances on Day 1 before testing the
    lunch foods of Jerells co-workers on Day 2?
  • Homework
  • Due 11/19 or 11/20
  • Write a summary of what we read in class
    Chemistry of CarbonProteins section in your text
    books.
  • Due 11/21 or 11/22
  • Completed copy of lab.
  • Completed Part 1 2 questions, typed on a
    separate sheet of paper and stapled to lab.
  • Warm-up
  • Please complete the chart you picked up on your
    way into class.

29
Daily Agenda11/19/2013 11/20/2013
  • Objective To apply the structure and function of
    macromolecules to solve the crime of who stole
    Jerells iPod.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Todays
  • Last classes (?)
  • Day two proceedure activity
  • Jerells iPod Lab
  • Day 2
  • Essential Question What was the point of testing
    the known substances on Day 1 before testing the
    lunch foods of Jerells co-workers on Day 2?
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • Write a summary of what we read in class
    Chemistry of CarbonProteins section in your text
    books.
  • Due 11/21 or 11/22
  • Completed copy of lab.
  • Completed Part 1 2 questions, typed on a
    separate sheet of paper and stapled to lab.
  • Tissue Box Project
  • Warm-up
  • Why do you think your test for monosaccharides
    turned out negative when you tested the corn
    starch?

30
Daily Agenda11/25/2013 11/26/2013
  • Objective To be able to describe the structure
    and explain the function of the 4 major
    categories of macromolecules.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up quiz
  • Interactive notes on macromolecules
  • Essential Question What role does each category
    of macromolecule play within the human body?
  • Homework
  • Due Today Enzyme background
  • Due 12/4 or 12/5
  • Macromolecule review sheet
  • Macromolecule review packet
  • Summary on Amino Acid/Protein packet read in
    class
  • Warm-up
  • Complete the front side of the handout you picked
    up at the door.

31
Daily Agenda12/2/2013 12/3/2013
  • Objective To be able to describe the structure
    and explain the function of the 4 major
    categories of macromolecules.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Review proteins nucleic acids
  • Formative assessment 3
  • Essential Question What role does each category
    of macromolecule play within the human body?
  • Homework
  • Test 12/10 12/11
  • Biochemistry (everything except enzymes)
  • Due 12/4 or 12/5
  • Macromolecule review sheet
  • Macromolecule review packet
  • Summary on Amino Acid/Protein packet read in
    class
  • Warm-up
  • List the monomer and the polymer form of the
    following
  • Carbohydrates
  • Lipids
  • Proteins

32
Daily Agenda12/4/2013 12/5/2013
  • Substitute Create your own Biochemistry Book
  • Due the day of your test

33
Daily Agenda12/6/2013 12/11/2013
  • Objective To review the concepts of
    biochemistry.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up matching
  • Biochem. zip around
  • Review homework questions
  • Biochem. review game
  • Essential Question What concepts from
    biochemistry do I need to review to be successful
    on my test?
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • Macromolecule review sheet
  • Macromolecule review packet
  • Summary on Amino Acid/Protein packet read in
    class
  • Due 12/10 12/11
  • Biochemistry Test(everything except enzymes)
  • Biochemistry Book Project
  • Warm-up
  • Macromolecule matching handout

34
Daily Agenda12/12/2013 12/13/2013
  • Test today!
  • When the bell rings, put everything away in your
    back pack and move your back pack to the back of
    the room.
  • CELL PHONES MUST GO IN YOUR BAG. NO ONE MAY KEEP
    THEM IN THEIR POCKETS.
  • You may not leave the room during the test for
    any reason. Bathroom/water breaks must occur
    before or after the test.
  • When you are finished with your test, I have a
    couple things for you to do.

35
Daily Agenda12/16/2013 12/17/2013
  • Objective To observe two enzymatic chemical
    reactions, then formulate a research question
    lab procedure to test that research question.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Quick review of enzymes
  • Lab expectations/ procedures
  • Lab
  • Create research questions and formulate
    procedures.
  • Essential Question What are reactants and
    products? What is activation energy?
  • Homework
  • Due 12/18 12/19
  • Finalized Lab procedures
  • Come to class prepared with all supplies needed
    for your groups lab procedure.
  • Warm-up
  • Read through your lab report and formulate at
    least 1 potential research question youd like to
    test in the lab in our next class.

36
Daily Agenda12/18/2013 12/19/2013
  • Objective To conduct your experimental procedure
    to test your research question.
  • Activities
  • Individual enzyme research experiment
  • Essential Question What are the reactants and
    the products of the enzyme reaction occurring
    during your experiment?
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • Finalized Lab procedures
  • All supplies needed to conduct your groups lab
    procedure.
  • Warm-up
  • None today.

37
Daily Agenda1/2/2014
  • Objective To review enzymes.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Enzyme packet
  • Enzyme PPT notes
  • Essential Question What are reactants and
    products? What is activation energy?
  • Homework
  • Due TBD
  • Lab Reports
  • Warm-up
  • When you add more liver what happens to the
    solution?
  • When you add more H2O2 what happens to the
    solution?

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Full Lab Report
  • Include
  • Research question(s)
  • Hypothesis
  • Null Hypothesis
  • Data table of all data collected
  • Data analysis
  • Descriptive statistics
  • T-test
  • Conclusion
  • Address issues/ problems/ errors
  • Make reference to analysis conducted
  • Hypo supported or unsupported?
  • Null Hypo rejected or failed to reject?
  • Tell me where you would go from here? How would
    you alter future experiments to be better?

39
Daily Agenda1/8/2014 1/9/2014
  • Objective To be able to explain cell theory and
    identify the differences between prokaryotic and
    eukaryotic cells.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Enzyme Quiz
  • Cells pre-assessment
  • PPT Notes
  • Cell Venn diagram
  • Video worksheet
  • Essential Question What are the principles of
    cell theory?
  • Homework
  • Due 1/10 or 1/13
  • Cell color pages
  • Warm-up
  • What is a catabolic reaction?

40
Daily Agenda1/10/2014 1/13/2014
  • Objective To be able to explain the differences
    between a plant and animal cell.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • HW quiz
  • Review color pages
  • PPT NotesCell Structure
  • Plant vs. Animal cell Venn diagram
  • Essential Question What are the difference
    between the plant and animal cell?
  • Homework
  • Due today
  • Animal cell color page questions
  • Due 1/14 or 1/15
  • More color pages
  • Plant/animal cells
  • Cell membrane
  • Warm-up
  • What are the 3 principles of cell theory?

41
Daily Agenda1/27/2014 - 1/30/2014
  • Objective To explain and diagram cellular
    transportosmosis and diffusion
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Section review group work with book
  • Video clip
  • PPT NotesCell Transport
  • Osmosis worksheet
  • Essential Question What does selectively
    permeable mean? What part of the cell does this
    term pertain to?
  • Homework
  • News ViewsDue Sunday 2/2 _at_1159pm
  • Study for midterm
  • Bring agenda
  • Bring stamp sheet
  • Warm-up
  • Complete the review for section 7-2/7-3.

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Daily Agenda2/3/2014 2/4/2014
  • Objective To identify the parts of a microscope.
    To view and explain osmosis/plasmolysis.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Microscope review
  • Plasmolysis lab
  • Parts 2 3
  • Essential Question What happens to cells when
    they are put in hypertonic, hypotonic, or
    isotonic solutions?
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • Section review sheet 7-2 7-3
  • Completed notes
  • Osmosis worksheet
  • Next class
  • Quiz on microscope parts and osmosis diffusion
  • News Views due Sunday 1159pm
  • Warm-up
  • If cells are placed in a hypertonic solution,
    which direction will the water move?
  • What will happen to the shape of the cell?

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Daily Agenda2/6/2014 2/7/2014
  • Objective To understand what happens when
    organisms are put into a hypo-, hyper-, and
    iso-tonic solutions.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Plasmolysis lab
  • Part 2, Day 2
  • Red onion video
  • ATP model
  • Essential Question What happens to cells when
    they are put in hypertonic, hypotonic, or
    isotonic solutions?
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • Microscope mania
  • Next class
  • Quiz on microscope parts and osmosis diffusion
  • Plasmolysis Lab
  • Due 2/12 or 2/13
  • ATP paper lab diagram packet
  • Photosynthesis packet
  • Warm-up
  • change worksheet

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Daily Agenda2/10/2014 2/11/2014
  • Objective To be able to explain the steps in the
    photosynthesis equation.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Quiz
  • PPT notes on ATP
  • Essential Question What is the equation for
    photosynthesis how can I remember it?
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • Quiz on microscope parts and osmosis diffusion
  • Plasmolysis Lab
  • Due 2/12 or 2/13
  • ATP paper lab diagram packet
  • Photosynthesis packet
  • Warm-up
  • What is facilitated diffusion?

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Daily Agenda2/12/2014 2/18/2014
  • Objective To be able explain why plants contain
    different pigments and to see the stratification
    of those pigments.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Prep Lab
  • HW Quiz
  • PPT notes on photosynthesis
  • Complete Lab
  • Essential Question Plants are typically green.
    What purpose do the other pigments serve?
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • ATP paper lab diagram packet
  • Photosynthesis packet
  • Warm-up
  • Please read through the introduction and
    procedure of your lab. I will be asking students
    questions about the lab randomly. Inability to
    answer the question will result in inability to
    participate in lab. A full report on pigments and
    chromatography will take its place.

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Daily Agenda2/19/2014 2/20/2014
  • Objective To further investigate photosynthesis.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Notes on Light Dark reactions
  • Lab discussion
  • Essential Question Where do the light and dark
    reactions take place?
  • Homework
  • Due 2/25 or 2/26
  • ATP Photosynthesis Quiz
  • Due Next Class
  • Lab QuestionsTyped
  • Warm-up
  • Please complete the worksheet provided.

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Daily Agenda2/21/2014 2/24/2014
  • Objective To further investigate photosynthesis.
  • Activities
  • Warm up
  • Light/Dark reaction reviewelectron transport
    chain.
  • Video worksheet
  • P.S. Frame
  • Begin on review sheet if time permits
  • Essential Question What is the equation for
    photosynthesis? What does it mean in your own
    words?
  • Homework
  • Due Next Class
  • ATP Photosynthesis Quiz
  • Quiz Review Sheet
  • Completed Webquest
  • Warm-up
  • In the photosynthesis reaction, what are the
    reactants? What are the products?

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Daily Agenda2/25/2014 2/26/2014
  • Objective To assess your knowledge of
    photosynthesis.
  • Activities
  • Video clip
  • Quiz
  • Begin research for background paper on cellular
    respiration
  • Essential Question What is the equation for
    photosynthesis? What does it mean in your own
    words?
  • Homework
  • Due 3/5 or 3/6
  • Background paper on cellular respiration
  • Due Next Class
  • Section review 9-1 on cellular respiration
  • Due Today
  • ATP Photosynthesis Quiz
  • Quiz Review Sheet
  • Completed Webquest
  • Warm-up
  • Get out your HW and stamp sheet. Use stamp time
    to study.

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Daily Agenda2/27/2014 2/28/2014
  • Objective To learn about aerobic and anaerobic
    respiration.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • PPT Notes
  • HW Review
  • Cellular Respiration Lab
  • Exit Ticket
  • Essential Question How are photosynthesis and
    respiration related? If animals dont
    photosynthesize, how can we do cellular
    respiration?
  • Homework
  • Due Next Class
  • TBA
  • Due Today
  • Section review 9-1 on cellular respiration
  • Warm-up
  • What is the other name for the Krebs Cycle?

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Daily Agenda3/5/2014
  • Objective To further explore cellular
    respiration how it relates to photosynthesis.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • HW Review
  • Cellular Respiration Lab
  • Essential Question How are photosynthesis and
    respiration related? If animals dont
    photosynthesize, how can we do cellular
    respiration?
  • Homework
  • Due Next Class
  • Lab questions
  • Warm-up
  • What is the purpose of the light reaction in
    photosynthesis?

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Daily Agenda3/6/2014 3/7/2014
  • Objective To further explore cellular
    respiration how it relates to photosynthesis.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • PPT Notes
  • HW Review
  • Cellular Respiration Lab
  • Exit Ticket
  • Essential Question How are photosynthesis and
    respiration related? If animals dont
    photosynthesize, how can we do cellular
    respiration?
  • Homework
  • Due Next Class
  • Revised lab question, hypos, materials, and
    procedures
  • All supplies for lab experiment
  • Warm-up
  • What are the 3 stages of cellular respiration?

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Daily Agenda3/10/2014 3/11/2014
  • Objective To collect data on respiration rates
    of black eyed peas using a control experimental
    condition.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Data table discussion
  • Respiration Lab Part 2
  • Essential Question How will (insert research
    question here) affect respiration rate in black
    eyed peas?
  • Homework
  • Due Today
  • Revised Lab procedures, etc.
  • Warm-up
  • Please construct a data table for collecting data
    in the lab today.

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Full Lab Report Due 3/18 or 3/19 on Turnitin.com
  • Conclusion Discuss whether your hypothesis was
    or was not supported by your data. Mention your
    data (the numbers from your table) in your
    conclusion to provide evidence to back up what
    you are saying.
  • Five trials really isnt enough to do a solid
    T-test, but you can try it to satiate curiosity
    and discuss its lack of validity in your
    conclusion.
  • Potential errors in experiment?
  • Further questions? Suggestions for extension of
    lab in the future?

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Daily Agenda3/12/2014 3/13/2014
  • Objective To compare and contrast photosynthesis
    and cellular respiration. To list the stages of
    the cell cycle.
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Discuss Lab Report
  • Venn Diagram
  • Box project
  • Cell CycleMitosis notes
  • Essential Question How does the surface area to
    volume ratio of a cell affect its function?
  • Homework
  • Due next class
  • Quiz/Quest on cellular energy, cellular
    transport, photosynthesis, cellular respiration
  • Warm-up
  • What are the net gains of energy(ATP) in each of
    the 3 processes of cellular respiration?
  • Explain the process of fermentation?

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Daily Agenda3/14/2014
  • Objective To assess your knowledge of cellular
    energetics.
  • Activities
  • 3 boxes lab activity
  • Quest
  • Essential Question How does the surface area to
    volume ratio of a cell affect its function?
  • Homework
  • Due Next class
  • Completed surface area to volume lab
  • Due Today
  • 3 boxes complete
  • Quiz/Quest on cellular energy, cellular
    transport, photosynthesis, cellular respiration
  • Warm-up
  • Get out your packet given last class. Have your 3
    boxes sitting on your desk.

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Daily Agenda3/18/2014
  • Objective To identify, recognize, and explain
    the different stages of the cell cycle
  • Activities
  • Warm up
  • Notes
  • Concept Map
  • Essential Question How does the surface area to
    volume ratio of a cell affect its function?
  • Homework
  • Due Next class
  • Cell cycle concept map
  • Due Today
  • Completed surface area to volume lab
  • Warm-up
  • On a separate sheet of paper that you will turn
    in, please explain why you think that all
    organisms are not one big cell instead of
    multiple small cellsuse your 3 boxes activity to
    assist in your explanation.

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Daily Agenda3/19/2014
  • Objective To assess your knowledge of cellular
    energetics.
  • Activities
  • Quest
  • Complete 3 boxes lab activity
  • Read Chapter 10 focus on process of the cell
    cycle and complete worksheet from online notes
  • Essential Question How does the surface area to
    volume ratio of a cell affect its function?
  • Homework
  • Due Next class
  • Completed surface area to volume lab
  • Cell cycle notes diagrams
  • Due Today
  • Quiz/Quest on cellular energy, cellular
    transport, photosynthesis, cellular respiration
  • Full Lab Report _at_ 1159pmTurnitin
  • Warm-up
  • Review notes for quest.

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Daily Agenda3/20/2014
  • Objective To identify, recognize, and explain
    the different stages of the cell cycle
  • Activities
  • Warm-up
  • Allium Root Tip Lab
  • Notes
  • Cell division diagrams and notes
  • Essential Question The cell cycle consists of
    multiple stages. Do I know all the stages and sub
    stages of the cell cycle and what each stage
    entails?
  • Homework
  • Due Next class
  • Cell cycle notes diagram worksheet
  • Completed cell cycle concept map
  • Completed allium root tip lab questions
  • Due Today
  • Nothing. Lucky you!
  • Warm-up
  • What are the 3 main stages of the cell cycle?
  • Then, name the steps within each stage.

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Daily Agenda3/21/2014
  • Objective To identify, recognize, and explain
    the different stages of the cell cycle
  • Activities
  • Warm up
  • Cell cycle notes
  • Concept Map
  • Essential Question How does the surface area to
    volume ratio of a cell affect its function?
  • Homework
  • Due Next class
  • Cell cycle concept map
  • Due Today
  • Completed notes diagram worksheet
  • Completed surface area to volume lab
  • Warm-up
  • On a separate sheet of paper that you will turn
    in, please explain why you think that all
    organisms are not one big cell instead of
    multiple small cellsuse your 3 boxes activity to
    assist in your explanation.

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Daily Agenda3/24/2014 3/25/2014
  • Objective To identify, recognize, and explain
    the different stages of the cell cycle
  • Activities
  • Warm up
  • Notes
  • Peer review of concept map and diagrams.
  • Essential Question The cell cycle consists of
    multiple stages. Do I know all the stages and sub
    stages of the cell cycle and what each stage
    entails?
  • Homework
  • Due 3/28 4/1
  • Review packet on mitosis
  • Quiz on mitosis
  • Due Today
  • Completed cell cycle concept map
  • Cell cycle notes diagram worksheet
  • Onion tip lab questions
  • Warm-up
  • Which kind of cells do mitosis?
  • What are the 4 stages of mitosis (in order from
    beginning to end)?

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Daily Agenda3/26/2014 3/27/2014
  • Objective To identify, recognize, and explain
    the different stages of meiosis I and meiosis II.
  • Activities
  • Warm upreading 11-4
  • Video intro
  • Meiosis foldable worksheet
  • Conversational notes
  • Venn diagram
  • Meiosis vs. Mitosis
  • Essential Question What are the similarities and
    differences between mitosis and meiosis?
  • Homework
  • Due 3/28 4/1
  • Review packet on mitosis
  • Internet review on mitosis
  • Quiz on mitosis
  • Due Today
  • Stamp sheet for collection
  • Warm-up
  • You will have 15-20 minutes from the beginning of
    the block to read chapter 11, section 4.
  • These assignments are highly recommended, but
    optional. Just dont blame me when your grade
    isnt what youd hoped!

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Daily Agenda3/28/2014 4/1/2014
  • Objective To assess your knowledge of mitosis
    and further explore meiosis.
  • Activities
  • Warm up questions
  • Mitosis quiz
  • Compare and contrast worksheet.
  • Meiosis vs. Mitosis
  • Essential Question What are the similarities and
    differences between mitosis and meiosis?
  • Homework
  • Due Next Class
  • Meiosis foldable
  • Research question experimental procedure ideas
    (Thursday/Friday)
  • Due Today
  • Quiz on mitosis
  • Stamp sheet for collection
  • Warm-up
  • What are the 3 stages of the cell cycle?
  • What are the phases within each stage?
  • Do you know the order in which they occur?
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