Chemistry of Life
Scientific Method
Chapters 1-3
Kelly Riedell
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How do you say it?
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Science in the News

3 parent baby
Virus Killing Dolphins
Fukishima today
Molly Today

Twins gene sequencing leads to cure
Hemophilia cure

Stem cells restore hearing in deaf mice

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SLIDE SHOWS from class

VIDEOS FROM CLASS
Its Alive video   Part 2
Water bending video
Enzyme Animation    
Denaturing Proteins video clip (choose narrated)


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HOW DO I SAY IT?
Pronunciation- Merriam-Webster
unicellular

deoxyribonucleic acid

ribonucleic acid
eukaryote
prokaryote
heterotroph
autotroph

hydrolysis

Structure~function -SHOES

Characteristics of Living things 1-2        Notes

If you miss class or want to see it again watch the make up videos below
Narrated Powerpoint video  Its Alive video   Part 2

A little Chemistry 2-1 and 2-2      Notes

If you miss class or want to see it again watch the make up videos below
Little Chemistry video (watch first)  
Narrated Powerpoint video
WATER IS POLAR-Bending water with Static Electricity
Or try it at home with a plastic comb or a balloon

Biomolecules 2-3       Notes       

If you miss class or want to see it again watch the make up videos below
Narrated Powerpoint video-Carbs
Narrated Powerpoint video- Proteins
Narrated Powerpoint video-Lipids
Narrated Powerpoint video-Nucleic acids    

Enzymes 2-4          Notes

If you miss class or want to see it again watch the make up videos below
Enzyme video- Watch during slide show
Narrated Powerpoint video
Enzyme Animation    
Denaturing Proteins video clip (choose narrated)

Adam's gift        Cryofreeze Ad

FOOD LAB

Molecules Pix

Intro vocab not in glossary

 

VIDEOS/ANIMATIONS
from Slide Shows
Its Alive video   Part 2
Hydrolysis/
Dehydration synthesis
Hydrolysis/dehydration synthesis
Dehydration synthesis/hydrolysis
Enzyme Animation from Enzyme slide show

Sucrase hydrolysis

Bill Nye video- Nutrition 


BOZEMAN BIOLOGY VIDEOS  
Biological Molecules
Carbohydrates
Proteins
Lipids
Nucleic acids
Enzymes
Phospholipids on the Town
Bending water with Static Electricity

WATER: A Polar molecule Mr. Hsu-Molecules Gone Wild
Mr. Parr-Chemical Molecules in cells
   
How stuff works Enzyme video      
       


 
 




Stem cells
Making polymers/hydrolysis reactions

Olympics Fast suit


Stem Cells (YouTube)
Hydrogen bond formation

All about enzymes
NOVA Science Now

Stem Cells

Personal DNA testing

 

PRENTICE HALL/SCILINKS
for Chapter

Textbook audio downloads/MP3
Choose Chapter 1 & 2
then select section desired

 

PHSchool

Online textbook

Miller & Levine answer ?'s

When Scientists have a conflict of interest
Webcode: cbe-1013

SCILINKS Links to microscopes

Careers in Biology 
Webcode: cbb-1021

Articles on organic chemistry
Webcode: cbe-1023

Links on enzymes
Webcode: cbn-1024

Interactive self test

cba-1020

 

 

 

 

WORKSHEETS/HANDOUTS

 

Teacher links:

Vocab pictionary
Vocab Bingo

First day info sheet           Bonus vocab word

VOCAB      

Characteristics of Living things 1-3   

A little Chemistry 2-1 & 2-2     

Biomolecules  2-3       

Enzymes 2-4   

Macromolecules Handout

Pillbug graph and ?'s

Food lab     Food lab results

Card review 

Card review answer sheet

Intro to Bio Starts with ? review   

What should I know for the test?
(for extra credit)

   

 

COOL WEBSITES How stuff works-
What are stem cells?
Water Science
How food works-
Proteins
How food works-
Carbohydrates
How food works-
Fats
LIPIDS What % of human body 
is water?
What is this life stuff?
Science News-
1st Cloned dog
DNA INTERACTIVE Biology Project-
Molecular Biology Tutorial
(THIS HAS SPANISH LINKS!)
Reprogramming Adult cells Molecule Powerpoint
Dennis Anderson/
Oklahoma City University
Glossary- Biology terms
DNA tutorial Using DNA to catch Rhino Poachers Interactive Library-Water
Interactive Library-DNA Water chemistry More about Stem cells
Cloning Mammals Protein folding Proteins
Visible embryo Stem cells The power of 10
Body bank Enzyme in action How many molecules are you?
Examine YOUR traits Heat changes proteins What's is a Polymer?
Steroids Stem cells explained  Essential "Stemness"
Diabetes-Blood sugar control benefits may last MRSA Cool VIDEOS:
NOVA Science Now
Stem Cells
Personal DNA testing
3 parent monkeys-Time to change the law Enzyme Animation from Enzyme slide show What is life?
Gene Editing Treats Blood Disease Henrietta Lacks changes rules for data sharing  

 

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REVIEW GAMES

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BROOKINGS BIOLOGY GAMES
Intro to Biology review
Biomolecules Jeopardy #1
Intro to Biology Jeopardy #2
Intro to Biology Vocab only
Practice test
Musical chairs Card review 
(We did this in class)
INTRO TO BIO Crossword
Intro quiz
BIOMOLECULES
Cry Uncle: Biomolecules
INTERNET REVIEW

Enzyme Animation from Enzyme slide show

All about
enzymes

GAMES FROM OTHER WEBSITES
REVIEW GAME ZONE:
Choose soccer, basketball, ping ping, baseball, golf versions
Molecule game
Macromolecules
Enzymes
Making proteins
Make a protein chain

QUIA GAMES
What do you know about macromolecules?

Characteristics of Living things
Biochemistry Jeopardy
DNA vs RNA

 

BONUS VOCAB WORD             (SPELLING COUNTS!)

If your LAST NAME begins with A-J the BONUS vocab word is: APOPTOSIS
If your LAST NAME begins with K-R the BONUS vocab word is: INSULIN
If your LAST NAME begins with S-Z the BONUS vocab word is: STEROID

 


nerve cell
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Frog blood 
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Human blood
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Cheek cells

Muscle cells

 

 

 

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MONDAY 8/25 TUESDAY  8/26 WEDNESDAY  8/27 THURSDAY 8/28 FRIDAY  8/29
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Back to School
Powerpoint
Expectations
Get books
Seating chart
Class info sheet

Check out Pillbugs Scientific method
What do Pillbugs prefer?

HW:
Bring materials for your choice experiment tomorrow

1.  Read pp 3-7 & 16-22; 
BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by FRIDAY  9/5

Pillbug experiment Scientific method
What do Pillbugs prefer?

GRAPH YOUR PILLBUG DATA
Answer the ?'s due at end of class tomorrow

HW:
1.Check Biology website for
bonus vocab word due FRI 9/5
2. Read pp 3-7 & 16-22; 
3.Vocab due THURS 9/18 (put it in your own words)
BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by FRIDAY  9/5

Class time to finish coloring graphs/answer ?'s- due at end of class
Slide show Chap 1

1. Characteristics of Living Things ?'s due WED
2. Check Biology website for
bonus vocab word due FRI 9/5
2. Read pp 3-7 & 16-22
3.Vocab due THURS 9/18 (put it in your own words)
BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by FRIDAY  

MONDAY 9/1 TUESDAY  9/2 WEDNESDAY  9/3 THURSDAY 9/4 FRIDAY  9/5
NO SCHOOL Finish Slide show Chap 1

Whack-a-mole review

Playdough Vocab

HW
1. Characteristics of Living Things ?'s due tomorrow
2. Read pp 35-43
3.
Check Biology website for bonus vocab word due TOMORROW
4.
Vocab due
THURS 9/18  (put it in your own words)
5. What Should I Know for the Test EXTRA CREDIT due TUES 9/23

BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by TOMORROW

Characteristics of Living things ?'s due

A little chemistry 
(Ch 2-1 & 2-2) slide show


HW: 
1. Little Chemistry ?'s due FRI
2.
Check Biology website for bonus vocab word due FRI 9/5
3. Read pp 3-7 & 16-22; 
4.Vocab due THURS 9/18  (put it in your own words)
BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by FRIDAY
Finish A little Chemistry slide show (Ch 2-1 & 2-2)
Class time to work on ?'s


HW:
1.
Check Biology website for bonus vocab word due TOMORROW
2. LAST DAY TO COVER YOUR BOOK FOR BONUS POINTS TOMORROW
3.
Read pp 44-53
4.
Little Chemistry ?'s due tomorrow
3. Vocab due THURS 9/18 (put it in your own words)
4. What Should I Know for the Test EXTRA CREDIT due


BONUS VOCAB WORD DUE

BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by TODAY

A little Chemistry ?'s due


Read/Discuss-"Adam's Gift"
Growing organs

3 parent baby
Molly Today
Hemophilia cure

Stem cells restore hearing in deaf mice
HW:
1.
Vocab due THURS 9/18 (put it in your own words)
2. What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES 9/23
MONDAY 9/8 TUESDAY  9/9 WEDNESDAY  9/10 THURSDAY  9/11 FRIDAY  9/12
SLO Pretest

Finish Discussion
More about Molly

Molly today


HW: 
1.
Biomolecules ?'s due FRI
2. Vocab due THURS 9/18
(put it in your own words)
3.
What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES 9/23

NEWS:

Biomolecules slide show
(Ch 2-3)

1. Biomolecule ?'s due  FRI
2. Vocab due THURS 9/18
3.
Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES 9/23
4. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2)
TUES 9/23

NEWS:
Peanut allergies & Gut bacteria

Biomolecules slide show
(Ch 2-3)

1.HW: Read 2-3
2. Biomolecule ?'s due
FRI
3. Vocab due THURS 9/18 (put it in your own words)
4. What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES 9/23


Finish Biomolecules slide show

Clicker game review

HW:
1.
Biomolecule ?'s due TOMORROW
2.
Vocab due THURS 9/18
3.
Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES 9/23
4. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2) TUES 9/23


BIOMOLECULE 2-3 ?'s due
Virus spreading in Midwest

Virus video

Bill Nye video- Nutrition
 


HW:
1. Vocab due THURS 9/18

3.
Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES 9/23
4. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2) TUES 9/23


MONDAY 9/15 TUESDAY  9/16 WEDNESDAY  9/17 THURSDAY  9/18 FRIDAY  9/19
FOOD TESTING MOLECULE LAB
HW: 
1.
Vocab due THURS
3.
Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES 9/23


Vocab words not in glossary



Coronation/Burning of the "B"

Finish filling in group lab data and answer ?'s due at end of class.
Lab ?'s DUE if you didn't turn them in at the end of class yesterday

Enzymes Slide show

How stuff works Enzyme video


HW: 
1.Vocab due THURS
2. Enzyme ?'s due Thurs
3. Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES
4. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2)
TUES

Short WED schedule
HOMECOMING OLYMPICS
Finish enzymes slide show

Desktop molecules review


HW: 
1. Starts with due FRI
2.Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUESDAY
3. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2)
TUES
Enzyme ?'s due

OPEN NOTE VOCAB QUIZ

REVIEW, REVIEW, REVIEW
Card Review


HW: 
1. Starts with ? due TOMORROW
2.
Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUESDAY
3. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2)
TUES
Starts with ? DUE

HW:
1.
Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES
2. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2)
TUES


Short Schedule
Pep Assembly

Football game

MONDAY 9/22 TUESDAY  9/23 WEDNESDAY  9/24 THURSDAY  9/25 FRIDAY  9/26
Computer Lab
Review Games


HW: Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TOMORROW
3. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2)
TOMORROW

Extra credit due-What I need to know for the test due

TEST- Intro to BIOLOGY

See test results

Make cell flipbooks

HW: 
Start reading Chap 7
Chapter 7 Vocab 
(put it in your own words)



 

 

 

SD SCIENCE STANDARDS
for this CHAPTER  
NCLB Performance Descriptors South Dakota Science Standards

 

 

 

The introduction to topics covered in this chapter (Atoms, molecules, chemical interactions, etc) provides the foundation for standards in all of the other chapters that follow:

 

SCIENCE STANDARDS

 

LIFE SCIENCE

Indicator 1: Understand the fundamental structures, functions, classifications, and mechanisms found in living things.

Bloom’s Taxonomy Level

Standard

Supporting Skills

(Analysis)

9-12.L.1.1.  Students are able to relate cellular functions and processes to specialized structures within cells.

  • Transport

Examples: cell membrane, homeostasis

  • Photosynthesis and respiration

Examples:

ATP-ADP energy cycle
Role of enzymes
Mitochondria
Chloroplasts

  • Storage and transfer of genetic information

Examples:replication,       
         transcription, and   
          translation

  • Cell life cycles

Examples:
somatic cells (mitosis),
germ cells (meiosis)

  • explain how homeostasis is maintained within living

      systems (PROFICIENT)

 

  • describe the relationship between structure and function
    (cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, and organism, population, community, ecosystem, biosphere)
     
  • describe and give examples of chemical reactions required to sustain life (hydrolysis, dehydration, synthesis, ADP/ATP, role of  enzymes) (PROFICIENT)
     
  • identify DNA as the structure that carries the genetic code (BASIC)

 

  • relate cellular functions to specialized structures within

      cells  (Including: cytoplasm, nucleus, nucleolus,

      ribosomes, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus,

      lysosomes, vacuoles, mitochondria, chloroplasts,

      cytoskeleton, centrioles, cell wall, cell membrane)

  

 

IN ADDITION TO STANDARDS COVERED IN THIS CHAPTER
THE INTRODUCTION TO TOPICS IN THIS CHAPTER PROVIDE THE BASIS
FOR COVERING THE FOLLOWING STANDARDS IN FOLLOWING CHAPTERS:
 

  • distinguish between chromatin and chromosomes
     
  • relate cell membrane structure with its role regulating

      what enters and leaves cell (Including: peripheral proteins,

      integral proteins)

 

  • compare and contrast the mechanisms of different types

       of active and passive transport (Including:

      osmosis, diffusion, facilitated diffusion, ion channels,

      sodium-potassium pump, endocytosis (phagocytosis, 

      pinocytosis), and exocytosis)

 

  • compare and contrast the effect on cells placed in a

      hypertonic, hypotonic, or isotonic solution (including:    

      plasmolysis, cytolysis)

 

  • describe the relationships between the levels of

      organization in multicellular organisms

      (cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, and organism)            

      (PROFICIENT)

      (Tissue formation, development of new cells from original

      stem cells) (ADVANCED)

 

  • predict how homeostasis is maintained within living systems
    (ADVANCED
     
  • Explain the relationship of surface area to volume in

      determining cell size

 

  • Arrange the events in the cell cycle in sequence and

      predict what happens next (Interphase-G1, G2, S;

      prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase, cytokinesis)

 

 

  • Predict the outcome of changes in the cell cycle

      (ADVANCED)

 

  • Compare and contrast the growth of cancer cells and

      normal cells

 

  • Discuss the role of stem cells in medicine (Technology &

      Society- pg 253)

 

  • arrange the events in the meiosis I and II in sequence and

      predict what happens next

 

  • compare and contrast life cycles in somatic (mitosis) and

      germ cells (meiosis) PROFICIENT

 

  • distinguish between haploid and diploid

 

  • describe the early contributions of Frederick Griffith,

      Oswald Avery, Alfred Hershey/Martha Chase, Linus Pauling,
      Robert Corey, Rosalind Franklin, James Watson, Francis Crick,

      Sydney Brenner, Walter Gilbert that contributed to the understanding of
      DNA structure and function
 

  • summarize the relationship between genes and DNA

 

  • describe the structure of the DNA molecule and how it

      replicates, stores, and transfers genetic information

      replication, transcription, translation

 

  • explain how protein production is regulated (operon)  (ADVANCED)
     
  • describe and give examples of chemical reactions required

      to sustain life (hydrolysis, dehydration synthesis, role of

      enzymes) (PROFICIENT)

 

  • explain how DNA determines protein formation

 

  • describe the role of enzymes in replication, transcription,

      and translation

 

  • explain the role of RNA in transcription and  translation

      (r-RNA, m-RNA, t-RNA)

 

  • distinguish between introns and exons; codons and

      anticondons; 

 

(Application)

9-12.L.1.2.  Students are able to classify organisms using characteristics and evolutionary relationship of major taxa.

  • Kingdoms Examples:  animals, plants, fungi, protista, monera
  • Phyla  Examples: invertebrates,

vertebrates,

divisions of plants

Note: There is an ongoing scientific debate about the number of groupings and which organisms should be included in each.

·       distinguish between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells

 

  • distinguish between Animals, Plants, Fungi, Protists, Archaebacteria, & Eubacteria

 

 

 

 

 

(Analysis)

9-12.L.1.3.  Students are able to identify structures and function relationships within major taxa.

  • Identify structures in Animals, Plants, Fungi, Protists, Archaebacteria, & Eubacteria

 

 

Core High School Nature of Science Standards

Indicator 1: Understand the nature and origin of scientific knowledge.

Bloom’s Taxonomy Level

Standard

 

Supporting Skills

(Evaluation)

9-12.N.1.1.  Students are able to evaluate a scientific discovery to determine and describe how societal, cultural, and personal beliefs influence scientific investigations and interpretations.

Examples: telescope, birth control pill, penicillin, electricity 

Examples: spontaneous generation, relativity, geologic time

·        Recognize scientific knowledge is not merely a set of static facts but a dynamic and affords the best current explanations 

·        Discuss how progress in science can be affected by social issues, like not funding stem cell research, ethics of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis and stem cell transplants

 

 

Indicator 2: Apply the skills necessary to conduct scientific investigations.

Bloom’s Taxonomy Level

Standard

Supporting Skills

(Synthesis)

9-12.N.2.1.  Students are able to apply science process skills to design and conduct student investigations.

 

Examples:

Computer-based data collection

Graphical analysis and representation

Use appropriate technology to display data (i.e. spreadsheets, PowerPoint, web).

  • Identify the questions and concepts to guide the development of hypotheses.
  • Analyze primary sources of information to guide the development of the procedure.

·         Select and use appropriate instruments to extend observations and measurements

  • Revise explanations and models based on evidence and logic.
  • Use technology and mathematic skills to enhance investigations, communicate results, and defend conclusions.

Example:

·         computer-based data collection

·         graphical analysis and representation

·         use appropriate technology to display data

-         spreadsheets

-          PowerPoint

-          Web

 

(Application)

9-12.N.2.2. Students are able to practice safe and effective laboratory techniques.

·        Handle hazardous materials properly.

·        Use safety equipment correctly.

·        Practice emergency procedure.

·        Wear appropriate attire.

·        Practice safe behaviors.

 

 

Core High School Earth Science Standards
Indicator 1: Analyze the various structures and processes of the Earth system.

Bloom’s Taxonomy Level

Standard

Supporting Skills

(Comprehension)

9-12.E.1.1.  Students are able to explain how elements and compounds cycle between living and non-living systems.

  • Diagram and describe the N, C, O and H2O cycles.
  • Describe the importance of the N, C, O and H2O cycles to life on this planet.

Examples: water cycle including evaporation, cloud formation, condensation.

·        Chapter 2 introduction of basic concepts needed to later address standards in Chapter 3:

 

·        Describe the structure of an atom

·        Associate the relationship between the  structure of an atom and the structure of a molecule

·        Grasp polarity as a property of water and how it applies to water’s solubility

·        Distinguish carbon-containing compounds like carbohydrates, nucleic acids, proteins, and lipids

 

 

 

 

NCLB Core High School Science Performance Descriptors

 

LIFE SCIENCE

 

Nature of Science

Advanced

High school students performing at the advanced level:

  • given a scientific discovery, evaluate how different societal, cultural, and personal beliefs influenced the investigation and its interpretation;

Proficient

High school students performing at the proficient level:

  • given a scientific discovery narrative, determine and describe how societal, cultural, and personal beliefs influenced the investigation and its interpretation;

Basic

High school students performing at the basic level:

  • describe the role of observation in the development of hypotheses, theories, and laws and conduct student investigations;
  • given a scientific discovery narrative, identify the cultural and personal beliefs that influenced the investigation.

 

EARTH Science

Proficient

High school students performing at the proficient level:

  • explain how H20, N, C, and O cycle between living and non-living systems;

Basic

High school students performing at the basic level:

  • given pictorial representations of  the H20 and C cycles, explain how elements and compounds move between living and nonliving systems;

 

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DNA animation: http://www.animationlibrary.com
Heterotrophs: http://www.epa.gov/region5/superfund/ecology/images/fishcartoon.gif

Nerve cell: http://www.utah.edu/unews/news_images/070101_nerve.jpg
frog blood cells:
http://www.scarsdaleschools.k12.ny.us/hs/sci1e/frog.jpg
human blood cells:http://sciweb.hfcc.net/Biology/jacobs/bio131/cells/images/humanblood40.jpg
Epithelial cells: http://sciweb.hfcc.net/Biology/jacobs/bio131/cells/animal_cells.htm
Muscle cells: http://camilolab.slu.edu/444/graphics/Leeson6-15.jpg

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http://intranet.bisc.edu.eg/science/Home%20Page.htm

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  http://babyanimalz.com/

http://www.care2.com/news/member/682890945/1349618

  http://2009rt8sciyunezzi.wordpress.com/2009/11/

  http://webecoist.com/2008/11/19/exotic-endangered-plants-flowers-trees-forests/

 

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http://bestanimations.com/Electronics/Video/Video.html

 http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/shared/spl/hi/pop_ups/05/sci_nat_visions_of_science_/html/1.stm

 

http://theiconoclast.info/?cat=13

http://smksjtbiology.blogspot.com/

http://www.aspb.org/education/GDLGames/GDLv2_chloroplast_ASPB_site.html

 

http://www.mrsmacdonaldteacher.com/science%20fun.html

 

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Class Meetings

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8:30-10:00 am

(Grades 11-12)
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Back to School Event
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N-Z-6:00-8:15 pm


Back to School POWERPOINT
Expectations
Get books
Seating chart

HW: 
1. Check Biology website for
bonus vocab word due FRI 8/30
2. Read pp 3-7 & 16-22; 
3.Vocab due WED 9/11 (
put it in your own words)
BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by FRIDAY  8/30
Read/Discuss 
"Adam's Gift"

More about Molly

Molly today

HW: 
1. Check Biology website for bonus vocab word due FRI 8/30
2. Read pp 3-7 & 16-22; 
3.Vocab due WED 9/11 (put it in your own words)
BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by FRIDAY  8/30

Slide show Chap 1

1. Characteristics of Living Things ?'s due TUES
2. Check Biology website for
bonus vocab word due FRI 8/30
2. Read pp 3-7 & 16-22
3.Vocab due WED 9/11 (
put it in your own words)
BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by FRIDAY  8/30
MONDAY 8/26 TUESDAY  8/27 WEDNESDAY  8/28 THURSDAY 8/29 FRIDAY  8/30
Finish Slide show Chap 1

Whack-a-mole review

HW
1. Characteristics of Living Things ?'s due tomorrow
2. Read pp 35-43
3.
Check Biology website for bonus vocab word due FRI
4.
Vocab due WED 9/11 (put it in your own words)

5. What Should I Know for the Test EXTRA CREDIT due FRI 9/13

BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by FRIDAY

Characteristics of Living things ?'s due

A little chemistry 
(Ch 2-1 & 2-2) slide show


HW:
1. Read pp 44-53
2.

3. Little Chemistry ?'s due THURS
4. Vocab due WED 9/11 (put it in your own words)
5. What Should I Know for the Test EXTRA CREDIT due FRI 9/13

BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by  FRI



Finish A little Chemistry slide show (Ch 2-1 & 2-2)

Class time to work on ?'s

HW:
1.
A little chemistry ?'s due
tomorrow
2.
Vocab due WED 9/11 (put it in your own words)
3. Check Biology website for bonus vocab word due FRI
BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by
 FRI

4.
What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due FRI 9/13

A little Chemistry ?'s due
Biomolecules slide show
(Ch 2-3)

HW: 
1. Little Chemistry ?'s due tomorrow
2. 
Vocab due WED 9/11
(put it in your own words)
3.
What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due
FRI 9/13

BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by  tomorrow

BONUS VOCAB WORD DUE

BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by TODAY

Biomolecules slide show
(Ch 2-3)

1.HW: Read 2-3
2. Biomolecule ?'s due WED

3. Vocab due WED 9/13(put it in your own words)
4. What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due
FRI 9/13

MONDAY 9/2 TUESDAY  9/3 WEDNESDAY  9/4 THURSDAY  9/5 FRIDAY  9/6
NO SCHOOL BioMolecules slide show

1. Biomolecule ?'s due WED
2. Vocab due WED 9/11
3.
Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due FRI 9/13
4. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2) FRI 9/13


Finish Biomolecules slide show
BIOMOLECULE 2-3 ?'s due at end of class

HW:
1. Vocab due WED 9/11

3.
Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due FRI 9/13
4. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2) FRI 9/13

FOOD TESTING MOLECULE LAB

HW: 
1.

2. Vocab due WED 9/11
3.
Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due FRI 9/13

Finish filling in group lab data and answer ?'s due at end of class.

Vocab words not in glossary

Board game Review


HW:
1. Vocab due WED 9/11

2. What Does it Start with? due THURS
3.
Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due FRI 9/13

Desktop molecules review

MONDAY 9/9 TUESDAY  9/10 WEDNESDAY  9/11 THURSDAY  9/12 FRIDAY  9/13
ab ?'s DUE if you didn't turn them in at the end of class yesterday

Enzymes Slide show

How stuff works Enzyme video



HW:
1. ENZYME 2-4 ?'s due TOMORROW
if you don't finish in class today
1.Vocab due WED
2.Review Starts with ? due THURS
3. Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due FRI
4. Study for TEST
(Ch 1 & 2)
FRI
Enzyme ?'s due

Bill Nye video- Nutrition
 


HW: 
1. Starts with due tomorrow
2.Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due FRI
3. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2)
FRI
OPEN NOTE VOCAB QUIZ
Write the BONUS VOCAB WORD on your Vocab Quiz


Computer Lab
Review Games
HW: 
1. Starts with due tomorrow
2.Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due FRI
3. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2)
FRI
Starts with ? DUE

REVIEW, REVIEW, REVIEW
Card Review


HW: 
1. Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TOMORROW
3. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2)
TOMORROW

 

Extra credit due-What I need to know for the test due

TEST- Intro to BIOLOGY

See test results

Start Chapter 7

HW: 
Start reading Chap 7
Chapter 7 Vocab 
(put it in your own words)

MONDAY 9/16 TUESDAY  9/17 WEDNESDAY  9/18 THURSDAY  9/19 FRIDAY  9/20


Check out Pillbugs Scientific method
What do Pillbugs prefer?

GRAPH YOUR PILLBUG DATA
Write a conclusion paragraph about your results & answer the ?'s

  Short WED schedule
HOMECOMING OLYMPICS


1.Vocab due tomorrow
2.Review Starts with ? due MON
3. Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES
4. Study for TEST
(Ch 1 & 2)
TUES


1.Review Starts with ? due MON
2. Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES
3. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2) TUES

Volleyball Tailgate
5:30-7:00



WED SCHEDULE

PEP RALLY

1.Review Starts with ? due MON
2. Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES
3. Study for TEST
(Ch 1 & 2)
TUES 9/
25
MONDAY 9/23 TUESDAY  9/24 WEDNESDAY  9/25 THURSDAY  9/26 FRIDAY  9/27
    Grade slips went home!    
MONDAY 9/30 TUESDAY  9/31 WEDNESDAY  10/1 THURSDAY  10/2 FRIDAY  10/3


Coronation/Burning of the "B"
Short Schedule     Short Schedule
Pep Assembly

Football game

 

 

 

 

 

MONDAY 8/27 TUESDAY  8/28 WEDNESDAY  8/29 THURSDAY 8/30 FRIDAY  8/31
9th and 10th: 8:30 - 10:00 a.m.
11th and 12th: 9:45 - 11:15 a.m.

Class Meetings

(Grades 9-10)
8:30-10:00 am

(Grades 11-12)
9:45 am -11:15 pm

Back to School Event
L-Z-12:15-2:30 pm
A-K-6:00-8:15 pm


Back to School POWERPOINT
Expectations
Get books
Seating chart
Check out Pillbugs

HW: 
1. Check Biology website for
bonus vocab worddue Fri 9/7
2. Read pp 3-7 & 16-22; 
3. Parent Signatures
Due FRIDAY 9/14
4.  Vocab due TUES 9/12 (put it in your own words)
BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by FRIDAY 9/7
Scientific method
What do Pillbugs prefer?

HW: 
1. Check Biology website for
bonus vocab word) due FRI 9/7
2. Read pp 3-7 & 16-22; 
3. Parent Signatures
Due FRIDAY 9/7
4.  Vocab due TUES 9/12 (put it in your own words)

BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by FRIDAY 9/7
 
MONDAY 9/3 TUESDAY  9/4 WEDNESDAY  9/5 THURSDAY  9/6 FRIDAY  9/7
NO SCHOOL GRAPH YOUR PILLBUG DATA
Write a conclusion paragraph about your results. What did you data show? What method are you using to draw a conclusion (average? counting boxes?) Was result what you expected? Reasons for results you got.


HW: 
1. Conclusion paragraph
2. Check Biology website for bonus vocab word)
3. Read pp 3-7 & 16-22; 
4. Parent Signatures
Due FRIDAY 9/7
5.  Vocab due THURS 9/20 (put it in your own words)

BONUS POINTS if you cover you
r Book by FRIDAY

Slide show Chap 1

HW
1. Read pp 35-43
2. Characteristics of living things ?'s due FRI
3. Parent Signatures
Due FRIDAY
4.  Vocab due THURS 9/20 (put it in your own words)

BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by FRIDAY



Slide show Chap 1

Clickers game

HW:
1. Read pp 44-53
2.
Parent Signatures
Due tomorrow
3. Characteristics ?'s due tomorrow
4. Vocab due THURS 9/20 (put it in your own words)
5. What Should I Know for the Test EXTRA CREDIT due TUES 9/25

BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by TOMORROW

BONUS VOCAB WORD DUE
Parent Signatur
es 
DUE
Characteristics of Living things ?'s due

BONUS POINTS if you cover your Book by TODAY
A little chemistry 
(Ch 2-1 & 2-2) slide show


HW:
1.
A little chemistry ?'s due TUES
2.
Vocab due THURS 9/20 (put it in your own words)
MONDAY 9/10 TUESDAY  9/11 WEDNESDAY  9/12 THURSDAY  9/13 FRIDAY  9/14
Finish A little Chemistry slide show (Ch 2-1 & 2-2)

Class time to work on ?'s

HW: 
1. Little Chemistry ?'s due tomorrow
2. 
Vocab due THURS 9/20
(put it in your own words)
3.
What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due
Tues 9/25

A little Chemistry ?'s due

Biomolecules slide show
(Ch 2-3)

1.HW: Read 2-3
2. Biomolecule ?'s due
FRI
3. Vocab due THURS 9/20(put it in your own words)  
4. What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due
TUES 9/25

Bio Molecules slide show

1. Biomolecule ?'s due FRI
2.
Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES
4. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2)
TUES





Finish Biomolecules slide show

Clickers review

1. Biomolecule ?'s due tomorrow
2. Vocab due THURS 9/20
3. What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES 9/25 

 


BIOMOLECULE 2-3 ?'s due

Enzymes Slide show

HW: 
1.
ENZYME 2-4 ?'s due Monday if you didn't finish in class
2. VOCAB DUE THURS
3.What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES 9/25 

MONDAY 9/17 TUESDAY  9/18 WEDNESDAY  9/19 THURSDAY  9/20 FRIDAY  9/21

Enzyme ?'s due
Bill Nye video- Nutrition 

HW:
1.Finish lab questions for tomorrow if not turned in at end of class
2. Vocab due THURS

3. What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES 9/25 


Coronation/Burning of the "B"

Lab ?'s DUE if you didn't turn them in at the end of class yesterday

MOLECULE LAB

1.Vocab due THURS
2.Review Starts with ? due MON
3. Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES
4. Study for TEST
(Ch 1 & 2)
TUES 9/25
Short WED schedule
HOMECOMING OLYMPICS
Card Review

1.Vocab due tomorrow
2.Review Starts with ? due MON
3. Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES
4. Study for TEST
(Ch 1 & 2)
TUES
OPEN NOTE VOCAB QUIZ

Desktop molecules review

1.Review Starts with ? due MON
2. Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES
3. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2) TUES

Volleyball Tailgate
5:30-7:00



WED SCHEDULE

PEP RALLY

1.Review Starts with ? due MON
2. Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TUES
3. Study for TEST
(Ch 1 & 2)
TUES 9/
25


Football game vs Yankton

MONDAY 9/24 TUESDAY  9/25 WEDNESDAY  9/26 THURSDAY  9/27 FRIDAY  9/28
Starts with ? DUE

REVIEW, REVIEW, REVIEW

Computer Lab
Review Games

HW: 
1. Fill in What should I know for the test for EXTRA CREDIT due TOMORROW
3. Study for TEST (Ch 1 & 2)
TOMORROW

Extra credit due-What I need to know for the test due

TEST- Intro to BIOLOGY

See test results

Start Chapter 7

HW: 
Start reading Chap 7
Chapter 7 Vocab 
(put it in your own words)

Read/Discuss 
"Adam's Gift"

More about Molly

Molly today

Grade slips went home!
   

 

If your LAST NAME begins with A-J the BONUS vocab word is: OSMOREGULATION
If your LAST NAME begins with K-R the BONUS vocab word is: HEMOGLOBIN
If your LAST NAME begins with S-Z the BONUS vocab word is: TOTIPOTENT

 

If your LAST NAME begins with A-J the BONUS vocab word is: TOTIPOTENT
If your LAST NAME begins with K-R the BONUS vocab word is: APOPTOSIS
If your LAST NAME begins with S-Z the BONUS vocab word is: OSMOREGULATION