Turn in your homework:
In Class: work on your mitosis diagramming
Watch the videos on Mitosis to the right
Memorize the steps to Mitosis by Monday -- Quiz!!!!
Do a computer activity (see the right for the worksheet and link)
Go to LearnGenetics.com see link to the right
Go to the Basic Genetic Link, and go through al the links in that section to develop
10 solid test questions and four answers. These will be built into a Quizizz
Make sure to provide the correct answer, along with three incorrect answers. Mark the correct answer notable
Go over Mitosis
Talk about diploid and haploid
Sorry about the scare on the ten questions - you didn't have to do that and I forgot to take that off the site.
Hug for Your Brain on the Cell Cycle,
Notes on Cell Division
Watch the power point on cell division up through slide 56
Turn your GATTACA Persuasive and your signed progress report into the sub
Start reading the chapter/section on cell division and THE CELL CYCLE 10.1
Make up ten quiz-type questions with answers and turn in!
Shew Fast forward after GATTACA
First, get all your work from the basket
Get a progress report, get this signed by parents by Monday for 10 points
Anyone Flashcards from yesterday?
Character Analysis - 10 points
Seminar today for a grade - 10 points
Homework: GATTACA Paper - 30 points, due Monday
Read 13.1 1nd 13.2
Answer the section questions, and do flashcards for each term in the section (as we have before)
You will have a quiz when I get back, be ready!!!
Be able to transcribe and translate a sequence using the universal Genetic Code
Watch the videos to the right.....
Be ready for a quiz, for points.... Yahoo!
Start Transcription and Translation!
Notes on the board
Very in depth video, please go back and watch agai
Monday - finish DNA DIagram
DNA Diagram, due Monday, 25points
Notes and discussion on DNA Structure
Bacterial Pamphlets Due today!!
Gallery walk, rank your top five least wanted bacteria
Start on DNA
Read 12.2 in your text - recall and comprehension!
Go to the links to the right to learn more about the structure of DNA, take notes as needed.
Be prepared for a short quiz tomorrow on the videos.....
Grade 20.3 in class
Notes on how to streak plates
Work on bacterial pamphlet
Finish watching "Understanding Bacteria"
Go over class work
Turn in your labs from two days ago
Finish notes on Cell Membrane
Watch videos on The Fluid Mosaic Model
Get papers back
Get progress report
Hug for your Brain!
Hand out papers
End of the semester is this Thursday, stay aware....
Get Goal sheet on Membrane Transport
Notes on Membrane Transport, last 40-45 min
Quest Thursday on Cell Theory, Pro/Euk cells, Historical Figures, and Organelles - be ready!
Review microscope parts/use
Examine two eukaryotic cells under microscope, look for particular cell structures, know these for the quiz
Finish your lab
Quick peer quiz using flashcards (15 min)
Draw a prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell (either plant or animal),
Get a chromebook,
go to www. CellsAlive.com,
go to Interactive Cell Model,
Click Start Animation, and pick a plant or animal cell
Draw one or the other, label the organelles, and provide the function of
the organelles shown
Last 15 minutes, set-up for lab tomorrow
Microscopes (1 per pair)
Slides and cover slips (2 each)
Go to Cells Alive, and using color, draw the other eukaryotic cell you did not choose in class (either plant or animal)
Follow the same format as in class: label all the applicable organelles, and provide the function of each
Continue read 7.2 on organelles
Get 19 flashcards from
Review Cell Theory
small quiz as promised, sorry it was supposed to be yesterday, glad
you had an extra day :)
Continue notes on cells
Go over the test
Yes! The tests are graded!
Turn in your summary of why your muscles get sore and your sources
Turn in your explanation of how prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells are different and your specific examples
O. Chem Test
1. Read p. 186-194 in the text (copies posted in the button below)
2. Research the query posed on pp 187a-b using two resources, bring a summary of what you learned and print out your sources using MLA style (easy bib pro or bib me) - 15 points
3. Also, commit the three statements of The Cell Theory to memory
4. And, be able to identify two main differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, write these down to turn in Monday
5. Provide, in writing, a specific example of each cell type - prokaryotic and eukaryotic
Lab from yesterday will be due tomorrow before the test
Clean-up after yesterdays lab
scrub and rinse out test tubes, consolidate in racks as possible
rest of test tube racks away
beakers in the dishwasher
clean out the sinks, wipe down the counter
Get papers out of the basket if you haven't already
Test tomorrow, study your notes....
Testing for Organic Compounds Lab
Study for the test Friday (tomorrow)
Happy Monday, 10/2/17
Protein discussion and worksheet
Write functional groups and structural formula for an amino acid ten times each
Complete what you did not finish in class
(worksheet and formulas)
Notes on Proteins!
Tuesday and Wed, 9/26-27/17
Pick out a lipid, find the molecular structure, and do your model
Modelling continued tomorrow.......
Hug for your Brain from homework over the weekend...
Short video and discussion on Lipids
Bring in material to build a lipid model tomorrow
Hug for your brain from yesterdays handout on Carbohydrates
Continue with modelling polysaccharide lab
Read the power point and web notes to the right on lipids
You will be accountable for reading this by Monday
Finish your carbohydrate modelling sheet!
Skip ahead to Thursday, 9/21/17
Notes on Organic molecules, power point
Get handout on Carbohydrates
Start organic modelling activity (be ready for a short quiz tomorrow)
Tomorrow....finish modelling activity on monosaccharides and polysaccharides,
and condensation and hydrolysis reactions
Terrific Tuesday, 9/20/17
Short little Hug for your Brain
Quick Lab- load your pennies, and examine hydrogen bonding and surface tension
Short notes on pH
Quick-Lab - pH lab, take the pH of different substances and relate to the definition of pH
And, figure out litmus paper!
Read 2.3, answer section questions
1. Turn in atomic diagramming if you did not do so yesterday
2. Quiz, as promised
3. Build an atom
4. Notes on ions, and more on the periodic table
Did you share your projects with me? I'll be grading those over the next week
Today, Notes on the structure of the atom and atomic diagramming
Practice time, Diagram elements 1-20
Welcome to Biology! Week 1
Review some skills today: graphing and metric conversion
Read 3.1, Introduction to Ecology; define all the vocabulary terms, and study these for a test
Finish your terminology if needed
Start on your Biome Project, each person will do there own Biome, don't pick the same as a friend! Due Thursday 9/14, but you will not have every class period for working on it so budget your time in class wisely!!!
Watch the link on Biomes to the right
Read 3.2, answer section questions
Work on your Biome Project in class. Be sure to use your time wisely.
Read 3.3, outline
Work on Biome Project in class
Use the link above to look up and select a biome. For your Biome Project, you will put in a google slide show the following:
The characteristics of the biome
A representative food web with an accompanying audio explanation of energy transfer (refer to the text, and access internet resources for additional information, such as Khan Academy)
Identify the climate of the region and the average high and low temperature
A map showing your biome regions across the globe
An article with current events in your biome, uploaded with a summary.