Txn201b Assignment 2 Semester 2 Biology




  • WHY DOES EARTH LOOK SO DIFFERENT THAN IT USED TO? 
  • HOW DO OUR BODIES FUNCTION?
  • HOW ARE THERE SO MANY DiFFERENT KINDS OF ORGANISMS? 
  • HOW CAN POPULATIONS CHANGE OVER TIME?
  • HOW DOES  BIODIVERSITY AFFECT US?  
  • HOW CAN WE MAKE A POSITIVE IMPACT ON EARTH AND ORGANISMS? 


CELLS


week 20

Mon 1/15 MLK no school: 

Tue 16: First Semester Ends

Wed:

Thurs:

Fri: FINAl EXAM REVIEW

week 19:

Mon 1/8: Complete Review packet for the exam 

Tue: Transcription and translation. 

HW 12-3 vocabulary and notes from the reading

Wed:

Thurs: Final Exam 7:45

Fri: 

week 18

Mon 1/1/18: New Years Day 

Tue: structure and function of DNA notes

Wed: How does DNA replicate:  pipe cleaner DNA models

Thurs: Snow Day

Fri: Snow Day 

week 17

ch12: DNA

Enduring Understanding:DNA is the universal code for life; it enables an organism to transmit hereditary information and, along with the environment, determines an organism’s characteristics.

 Big Idea: Information and Heredity, Cellular Basis of Life

Essential Q: What is the structure of DNA, and how does it function in genetic inheritance?

General Q:

1. How was the basic structure of DNA discovered?

2. How do cells copy their DNA?

Mon12/18: In groups of three, read the question and agree on the answer.  Then write the question and answer you got wrong on the test.  Each corrected answer will earn 1 point toward final test grade. 

cell division test extra points

Homework:

answer the below questions.  

  1.  What do you know about DNA?                
  2. What is it?                    
  3. What is it made of? 
  4. how does it work? 

Tue: Q:what is the structure of DNA? 

NGSS: core idea ls3.A inheritance of traits

CCC: structure and function

HW: complete dragon ws 12.2 

Dragon fly worksheets http://www.phschool.com/science/editable_wksht_ctr/phbio08/guided_reading.html

Wed: DNA Lab :  Can DNA be extracted from human cheeck cells?  How? 

Thurs: DNA ReplicationDNA Structure and Replication tutorial video

Fri 23 last day before Christmas Holiday:

DNA: The Secret of Life

week 16

Mon 12/11: How is the cell cycle regulated? HW: complete 10-3 dragonfly ws 

Tue: Review cell division. Play Kahoot. 

Wed: complete cell division test review ws.

Thurs: Kahoot! Review for test

Fri:  Cell division test

week 15

Mon12/4: Continue Microscope lab  . HW: page 249  #1-5  

Tue: 

HW: answer the below questions

  1. Compare and contrast plant and animal mitosis.
  2. What kind of organisms undergo binary fission?

Wed:continue with cell mitosis lab

Thurs:

Cell Cycle coloring worksheet. 

Fri: 

Week 14:

Mon11/27: in class: go over test.

Study for Test re-do. 

Tue: Test redo today. 

Wed: Why must cells be small? 

Q. Why must cells be small?

A. So that material can enter and exit the cell efficiently.  If the cell is too large material cannot be used by the cell in a timely matter.

 Q. Why?

A. The smaller the cell is the greater surface area to volume ratio.

Q: determine the surface area to volume ratio of a Cube with a  Length of 7 cm        

Surface area/volume ratio

LxWx 6 (sides) / LWH

10-2 ppt

Thurs: Finish notes;

Fri12/1: Microslide (plant cell mitosis and microscope lab) 

Week 13:

Mon11/20: (det.duty) Review for Test (Kahoot)

CELLS

Tue21: Cell Test today Kahoot winners: Eiden, Chyna, 

Travon. 

Wed22: early dismissal for thanksgiving holiday

Cell Model Project Specifications

Value: one Project grade

Due December 1st

Building a three dimensional model of subjects such as atoms, cells, molecules, etc,

Can help you better understand that topic.  This holds true of microscopic subjects such as a cell.  We have learned that cells come in many different shapes and sizes, depending upon their function.  Some organisms are unicellular and yet have all the organelles that we have been studying.  This indicates an evolutionary link between humans and these simple, single-celled organisms.  

For this project, I am asking you to build a three-dimensional model of an animal or a plant. You can choose the material you would like to build the model with, but just because you spend a great deal of money does not guarantee a good grade.  Creative use of common packaging material and other recycle material will earn more merit.  The grade will be determine by the following system

Accurate depiction of the organelles 50%

Quality of accompanying key and legend display 20%

Visual Appeal30%

The cell should be properly labeled to make it an educational tool for the viewers.

          Google cell model projects for ideas

Thurs 23:no school

Fri 24: no school

Week 12:

Mon 11/13: turn in hw (7.3 ws) Finish ppt on Cell boundries.

7-3 Cell Boundries ppt

HW: complete Cell Membrane Coloring Worksheet

Tue 14: Review Diffusion and Osmosis

work on finishing chapter Mystery. 

HW: review all notes for Test on Monday

Wed 15: Study for Test on Cells (Ch 7) .  

Thurs 16: Diffusion Lab 

Fri 17:complete data for Lab Report.  Lab report due on Monday. Complete Cell review packet in class for 5 extra points. Must be turned in on Monday for homework grade. 

week 11:

Mon 11/6: Cell Structure and Function

1. what are the two major groups of cells?

2.  What are organelles? 

3. What is the function of the following organells:  nucleus, ribosome, nucleolus, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum (Rough and smooth) Golgi apparatus, 

cell membrane, cell wall, vaculole, chloroplast. 

4. What does a contractile vacuole do for a paramecium?

5. How do substances go into and out of the cell membrane. 

Tue 7: No School 

Wed 8: in class, complete graphic organizer of the cell organelles.

HW: study for Cell organelle quiz tomorrow. 

Thurs:9 : half Day: Begin Notes on transport across the cell membrane

HW: complete 7.3 df worksheet distributed in class. 

Fri 10: no school Veterans Day

Week 10:

Mon 10/30: New Marking Period Begins. 

Complete ch 7-1 worksheet 

Tue 31:complete ch 7-2 worksheet 

Wed 11/1:Review of cells.  

Hw: 7-1 section assessment pg. 173 1-5

Thurs11/2: cell lab

 HW: 7-2 section assessment 181 1-5

Fri 11/3: finish cell lab

Week 9:

Mon 10/23:  Home Project Video  , 

Solve the Mystery in models.  Add components of the chapter, such as food web (include decomposers), nitrogen cycle, water cycle to your model. 

Tue 24: Home Project Video.  HW: study for ch 3 test.

Wed 25: ch 3 Ecology test review questions

Thurs26:   Chapter 3 test today. 

Fri27: 1rst Marking period ends

Week 8:

    Q: How do earth's living and nonliving parts interact and affect the survival of organisms? 
  • HOW ARE THERE SO MANY DIFFERENT KINDS OF ORGANISMS? 

Mon 10/16: Design your biodome (draft drawing, material list, energy source, etc. ) Begin building your biodome after approval of your proposal. 

HW: pg 74: define vocab.

Tue 17: 3-3 ppt 

How does matter move through the atmosphere? How does water cycle through the biosphere? 

How does nutrient availability relate to the primary productivity of an ecosystem? 

Wed18: 

How does matter move through the atmosphere?How does water cycle through the biosphere? 

Thurs19:  work on project 

Fri 20: Review for ch 3 test .  Test on Monday!!! 

1. Define Ecology.

2. State the five different levels of organization at which ecology can be studied.

3. Compare abiotic factors with biotic factors, and list two examples of each.

4. Summarize the role of producers in an ecosystem.

5. Identify several kinds of consumers in an ecosystem.

6. Explain the important role of decomposers in an ecosystem.

7. Compare the concept of a food chain with that of a food web.

8. How does energy flow through an ecosystem? 

9. How does matter move through the biosphere?

10. how does water cycle through the biosphere? 

11. What is the importance of the main nutrient cycles? 

12. How does nutrient availability relate to the primary productivity of an ecosystem? 

13. Explain how nutrients can be a limiting factor in an ecosystem. 

Week 7

Essential Question: HOW DOES  BIODIVERSITY AFFECT US? 

          • What is an ecosytem?  What are producers and consumers? How does energy flow throughout the ecosystem?

Big Ideas:Matter and Energy, Interdependence in Nature:

Q: How do earth's living and nonliving parts interact and affect the survival of organisms? 

 10/9:  Objective: What are primary producers?  How do consumers obtain energy and nutrients? 

List the various forms of consumers

Vocab: autotroph, primary producer , heterotroph, consumer.

HW: complete 3.2 ws

Tue 10:  HW: pg 73 Dragonfly book #1-5 

Obj: How does energy flow through ecosystems? 

what do the three types of ecological pyramids illustrate? 

Vocab: Food Chain, Food web, trophic level, ecological pyramid

Complete 3.3 Ws 

Wed11: 

Thurs12: How does energy flow through the ecosystem 

HW: complete 3.3 parrot worksheet

Fri 13: How does matter move through the atmosphere? How does water cycle through the biosphere? 

How does nutrient availability relate to the primary productivity of an ecosystem? 

Week 6:

Mon 10/2:  Objective: what is ecology?  What are the levels at which ecology can be studied: 

Vocab: bisophere, ecology, population, community, ecosystem, biome. 

3.1 Parrot text worksheet 

tue 3: hw: 3.1 Dragonfly textbook worksheet 

Wed4: half-day: Watch video : Marine ecosystems

Thurs5: What is going on in the Narragansset Bay phenomenon? 

Group work on chapter mystery.  

Fri6: Model Narraganset phenomenon.  illustrate the chapter Mystery. 

Week 5: 

Mon 9/25: HW: Study all of the notes from chapters 1 and 2. 

Tue 9/26:(Cluster mtg) work on Ice Fish models 

Wed 9/27: Enzymes notes . Complete 2.4 ws  

Thurs 9/28:  ch1 and ch 2 test today

Fri 9/29: ch1 and ch 2 test today

Week 4

    Key Question:  HOW DO OUR BODIES FUNCTION? 

Mon 9/25

Macromolecules notes

Mon 9/18: what is the structure and function of the 4 macromolecules?

Vocabulary.

Monomer

Polymer

Carbohydrates

Monosaccharide

Lipid

Nucleic acid

Protein

Amino acid

Tue 19: (dept mtg) macromolecules of life graphic organizer 

Wed 20: Macromolecules of life concept map

Thurs 21: (Tutoring 3-4) Macromolecules of life 

  1. What is the role of carbohydrates in our bodies?
  2. What is the role of proteins in our bodies?
  3. What is the role of lipids in our bodies?
  4. What is the role of nucleic acids in our bodies?

Fri 22: Week 3:  1) What happens to chemical bonds during chemical reactions? 2)How do energy changes affect whether a chemical reaction will occur? 

    HW: pg. 49  vocabulary list . define:   chemical reaction, reactants, products, activation energy, 
    catalyst, enzyme, substrate. 

    Key Question:  HOW DO OUR BODIES FUNCTION? 

                       Mon 9/11: Question: How does the structure of water lead to its properties?  How does polarity affect the properties of water as a solvent?  why is water essential for loving things.
Answer Mystery clue How does temperature affect the amount of Oxygen available for Ice Fish?  
The Molecular structure of water makes one end of the molecule to be negative because __________________________.   
Water is a good solvent because it is _______________________.
HW: Define terms on page 40: 
cohesion, adhesion, mixture, solution
solute, solvent , suspension. 
                       Tues 12:  Design an experiment using bromothimol blue, to demonstrate that cold water
retains oxygen more that warm water.
                       Wed 13: Compare and contrast solutions and suspensions
                       Thurs 14: Bromothimol blue lab
                       Friday:  ch 2.3 Carbon Compounds 
Carbon compoundsCarbohydrates, lipids, proteins, Nucleic Acid

WEEK 2:

  •     Key Question:  HOW DO OUR BODIES FUNCTION?
    TUE 5: Finish 3.1 ws. What are atoms? How do they bond together to form molecules?  
How do molecules form cells? 
WED 6: What are atoms?   What are the two main types of chemical bonds? 
                    THURS 7:  Read Chapter Mystery pg. 33.  Draw the idea in the mystery that displays the role of red blood cells and the Ice fish. 
                     FRI  8:  WHAT ARE THE PROPERTIES OF WATER? CH2 NOTES
Carbon compoundsCarbohydrates, lipids, proteins, Nucleic Acid

Week 1

    Tue: 29: Course syllabus; parent information, class rules.
 Wed 30: list the characteristics of life , id the central themes in biology, 
explain how life can bestudied at different levels.
    HW: finish "what I learned today"in science notebook.
 Thurs 31:  WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF LIFE? 

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Semester 1 2016

WEEK 11: January

WEEK 10: January

MON 9: DNA structure and replication pg. 353 #1-3
 TUE 10:  DNA structure: build a DNA model.  HW complete 12-1 ws 

MON 2: Happy New Year: No School
 TUE 3: Mendelian Genetics
WED 4: Mendelian genetics 

Fri 6:  Three Kings Day: No School

MON 19: Notes for ch 10-3 
THURS 22: Introduction to Heredity: Start Picture story of Gregor Mendel. 

Fri 23:  Full DAY ; Last Day before Xmas

MON 12: Surface area to volume worksheet.  

HW: be ready for a quiz on calculating surface area to volume ratio. 

 TUE 13:review sa:v ratio; quiz. notes on cell cycle

MON 5: Review Active transport 

HW: compete 7-4 " How do Cells maintain homeostasis?"worksheet  

TUE 6: Review for chapter 7 test 

WED 7: Half Day: Review for ch 7 test 

THURS Dec 8: Chapter 7 test today. 

 Fri 9:  Watched Predator/prey video

HW: complete pg. 243 1-4. 

MON 28: Compare and contrast diffusion and osmosis

complete diffusion and osmosis worksheet 

TUE 29: Passive transport 

THURS Dec 1: Active Transport : molecular pumps, endocytosis and exocytosis 

MON 21: What is the structure and function of the cell membrane

HW: complete osmosis and Tonicity section of cell membrane coloring worksheet. 

TUE 22: Passive transport 
HW: no hw 

HW: 

THURS 24:

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- Попробуйте припомнить что-нибудь. Росио задумалась.

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