weekly schedule:

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
5.16

Human Impact PSAs
Works Cited by 3 TUESDAY
T
5.17
Works Cited by 3
Earth from Space

(aka the purple paper from class)
to 42 mins (1, 2)
to 35 mins (3)

W
5.18

Earth from Space
to 1:20 (1, 2)
to 1:15 (3)

R
5.19

Earth from Space
Evaluation form for Mrs. Corl
Evaluation form for Mr. Schmidley

F
5.20
M
5.23
T
5.24

EXAM - Earth from Space Essay


Date

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In Class

Homework

M
5.9
Ted Talks Assignment
Human Impact Work Time

T
5.10

Human Impact Work Time

W
5.11

Human Impact Presentations

R
5.12

Human Impact Presentations

F
5.13
Human Impact Tables
Human Impact Presentations


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
5.2


Chasing Ice

T
5.3
In 3-5 sentences explain what YOU know about climate change.
Chasing Ice Video WS
Chasing Ice
TED Talks Research
TED Talks
Due Monday 5.9
TED Talks
W
5.4
Flinn: Connection Between Greenhouse Effect and Global Warming
Greenhouse Effect WS
Greenhouse Effect

1. Read & highlight/underline introduction.
2. Work through questions with the EPA website.
3. Experiment at the back - predict.
4. Video Clip
Greenhouse WS - FRIDAY
R
5.5
None
Human Impact Articles - Share w/ Corl or Schmidley
Human Impact & TED Talks Worktime

F
5.6
Find one "clock" that interests you - describe what it shows, the trend you see by observing it for a few minutes and write brief reaction to what the clock is showing.
Greenhouse WS
Getting Started (8)
Human Impact & TED Talks Worktime


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
4.25
From prior knowledge and experience describe one positive influence humans have on the environment and describe one negative influence they have. Which was easier to describe? Why?
The Lorax
Human Impact Divider
The Lorax
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T
4.26
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Human Impact Projects - Research

Research Databases (from the Library)
TedEd - lots of good informative video clips
Crash Course - good place to start!
PSA Examples:
Number 1
Number 2
Number 3
Number 4
Number 5
Article Summary: Thursday 5.5
Informative Presentation: Wednesday 5.11
Public Service Announcement: Monday 5.16
W
4.27
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Human Impact Projects - Research

R
4.28
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Human Impact Projects - Research

F
4.29
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Human Impact Projects - Research


Date

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Homework

M
4.18
(1, 2, 3)
BIOLOGY AIR TEST
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Classification Group Work
Finish up Group Work Classification from Thursday (1, 2) and Friday (3)
Planet Earth

T
4.19
(1, 9, 10)
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Planet Earth

W
4.20
BACK TO NORMAL SCHEDULE
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Post Test
Biology Post Test

R
4.21
What is a biome? List as many as you can think of.

Change Seats - You May Choose
Planet Earth: Pole to Pole


F
4.22
EARTH DAY
Explain why the three thermometers on the globe (which are equal distance from the heat lamp) read three different temperatures.
Pole to Pole
Finish Pole to Pole

Use text to supplement table & first 4 questions.


Date

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Homework

M
4.11
(1, 2, 3)
What is a niche? What determines an organisms' niche?
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Introduction to Classification


Three Domains of Life
What is a Protist?
How smart is slime?

Analyzing Population Graphs - TOMORROW (1); WEDNESDAY (2,3)

Classification Worksheet #1 - THURSDAY (1, 2); FRIDAY (3)

T
4.12
(1)
W
4.13
(2, 3)
The state mammal of Ohio, the white-tailed deer, has the scientific name Odocoileus virginianus.
1. What two taxanomic levels does the scientific name refer to?
2. Which species is most closely related to the white-tailed deer? Why?
A. Lepus callotis
B. Bubo virginianus
C. Odocoileus hemionus
D. Colinus virginianus
Analyzing Population Graphs
Classification Worksheet #1
Classification Worksheet #1 - TOMORROW (1,2); FRIDAY (3)
R
4.14
(1, 2)
F
4.15
(3)
Identify birds W, X, Y and Z.
Dichotomous Key GS.jpg
Getting Started (8)

Classification Worksheet #2

Classification Worksheet #2 - GROUP WORK
Get plenty of sleep Sunday night; eat breakfast Monday morning; kick booty on the Biology AIR


Date

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M
4.4
Describe three test taking strategies/tips you use.
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AIR Practice Test
1. Get a chromebook
2. DO NOT login
3. In the lower left menu there is an "Apps" button - the only app that is there is the AIR testing software.
4. Use the two links below to practice the TYPES of questions and TOOLS on the AIR test
Google Doc - Practice AIR test
Tools on the AIR test - Page 7
5. Answer the questions under the "Tools in the Ohio Online Practice Test" and the "on page 23" section on a separate sheet of paper - with your partner.

T
4.5
Brainstorm a list of 5 things that ALL organisms need to survive.
AIR Practice --> Tools & EOY/PBA
6. Answer the EOY and PBA questions on this same paper - make sure to record the number and which test (EOY/PBA) you're working on!
7. You can access the rest of the test questions. Use the link below for the browser directions.
Browser Directions
CINCH - Population Dynamics
W
4.6


Population Ecology Divider
Oh Deer! and Carrying Capacity

R
4.7
Describe 3 ways an ecosystem's carrying capacity can be influenced

Population Ecology Notes


F
4.8
Differentiate between energy and matter movement in an ecosystem.

Finish Notes

Analyzing Population Graphs

Population Graphs - P 1 - TUESDAY
P 2, 3 - WEDNESDAY

Date

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Homework

M
3.21
Speciation AIR Question.jpg

Concept Map Work time
Change Over Time Projects - TOMORROW
T
3.22
Cladogram AIR Question.jpg
Change Over Time Projects
Concept Map Work time

W
3.23
Cladogram AIR Question 2.jpg
Getting Started (8)
Concept Map Work time - LAST DAY IN CLASS

R
3.24
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Concept Maps by 3 pm
Evolution Test


Date

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misconceptions_beavers2.gif
Explain what the caption and picture mean using your knowledge of evolution through natural selection.

Lamark vs. Darwin
What Darwin Never Knew
Clip: 21 - 40:45
How Do Species Compare? TOMORROW

Change Over Time Projects - 3.22
T
3.15
History of Earth AIR Question.jpg

Cladograms

Change Over Time Projects - 3.22
W
3.16
Protein Sequence Evolution AIR Question.jpg

Genetics of Evolution Notes



Crash Course: Speciation
R
3.17
Allele Frequency AIR Question.jpg

Crash Course: Population Genetics
Population Genetics Worksheet: Hardy & Weinberg

Change Over Time Projects - 3.22

CINCH: Shaping Evolutionary Theory

Finish Population Genetics Questions 1, 2, 3 & 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
F
3.18
Cladogram AIR Question 3.jpg

Finish Genetics of Evolution Notes

The Evolution Epic
What is Evolution? Concept Map Introduction and Work Time

Change Over Time Projects - 3.22

Evolution Test 3.24

Date

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Homework

M
3.7
Predict what would happen to a population of plants if their environment experiences long-term climate change that results in a much hotter and drier environment.
A. The plants would increase the number of seeds they make to improve their chances of reproducing.
B. Individual plants would work harder to grow longer roots and thicker leaves to better survive the climate change.
C. The plants that gather and store water most efficiently would survive to pass on those traits.
D. All of the plants in the area would die before producing offspring.

Pick and letter and explain why this is the best answer in terms of natural selection.
Natural Selection in Action
IN COMPUTER LAB 101
Natural Selection PhET Simulation


T
3.8
If an adaptation has no effect on fitness, will it change through natural selection? Explain why or why not.

IN COMPUTER LAB 101
Crash Course Natural Selection

Finish PhET Simulation

Read CINCH: Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection

Evolution Game

KHAN Academy Natural Selection
For quiz tomorrow: Be able to explain the theory of evolution through natural selection using vocabulary words such as adaptation, fitness, competition, variation, selective pressure.
W
3.9
None

Natural Selection Quiz

R
3.10
None

Finish Natural Selection Quiz
Evidence of Evolution Notes
CINCH: Evidence of Evolution
F
3.11
T or F? An adaptation can change over the course of an organism’s life if the need to adapt arises. Explain your answer:
Getting Started (6)
Comparing Amino Acid Sequences: Evidence for Evolution
Comparing AA Sequences - TUESDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
2.29


Finish Timeline
Life Begins: Crash Course Big History #4
Driving Questions:
1. Conditions that made is possible for life to emerge on Earth (autotrophs & oxygen)
2. Major events in the development of life on Earth
3. Evidence to explain adaptation and evolution
Timeline Questions - TOMORROW
T
3.1

Timeline Questions
IN MEDIA CENTER WITH MR. RUNYON

W
3.2
START A NEW PAPER!
1. List the four eras of geologic time
2. What events separate these 4 eras?
3. What “ages” are these eras known as?

Change Over Time Project Explanation


Principles of Evolution & the Development of Evolutionary Theory

Projects Due MARCH 22 - LATE PROJECTS WILL BE GRADED @50%
R
3.3
Evolution acts upon variation.

1. What is variation?
2. How is variation created? (2 ways)
3. Which provides more variation in a population - sexual reproduction or asexual reproduction? Why?

Fill the Bill

Natural Selection in Action
Natural Selection in Action - MONDAY
F
3.4

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Wrap up Fill the Bill Nearpod
Natural Selection in Action - MONDAY

Date

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M
2.22
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Evolution Introduction Activity
Timeline Event - THURSDAY (Picture on front; 2/3 sentence explanation on back)
BBC Nature: History of Life
Understanding Evolution
BBC Earth: 25 Biggest Turning Points in Earth's History

CINCH Reading: Origin of Life; Fossil Evidence of Change
T
2.23


Evolution Divider

Origin of Life: Arrival

W
2.24

Video WS
Finish Origin of Life: Arrival
Start History of Life Notes


R
2.25

Timeline Event
History of Life Timeline Creation
Timeline Questions
Timeline Questions - TUESDAY
F
2.26


Finish Timeline
Finish History of Life Notes


Date

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Homework

T
2.16
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SNOW DAY

W
2.17
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DNA Technology Presentations

R
2.18
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DNA Technology Presentations
What Darwin Never Knew
21-40:45


Date

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Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
2.8
What are the first 5 words/phrases that come to mind when you hear the word "mutation"?
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DNA Mutations

The Science of Survival - Mutations
CINCH Reading - Gene Regulation & Mutations
T
2.9
Protein Synthesis Practice AIR Question

Introduction: DNA Technologies Project


W
2.10
Describe (be specific!) how a mutation can be beneficial; how it can be harmful and how it can have no effect.
Mutation Video Notes
Finish The Science of Survival - Mutations
Research: DNA Technologies

R
2.11
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Research: DNA Technologies

F
2.12
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Research: DNA Technologies
Project Presentations - TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
2.1
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Protein Synthesis Gizmo
Finish Through Questions #6 for TOMORROW
T
2.2
Nearpod Quiz
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Nearpod w/ Protein Synthesis (#6 on Gizmo WS)

Make a Protein!
More Making Proteins!
Finish Protein Synthesis Gizmo - TOMORROW

Make a Protein Worksheet - THURSDAY

CINCH Reading: DNA, RNA & Proteins
W
2.3


Wrap Up DNA Processes

Quest FRIDAY
Describing Transcription & Translation - TOMORROW (Schmidley ONLY)
R
2.4

Describing Transcription & Translation (Schmidley ONLY)
Protein Synthesis w/ Puzzles
Practice Questions for Quiz
Quest TOMORROW
F
2.5


QUEST - DNA Structure, DNA Replication, Protein Synthesis


Date

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Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
1.25
Read through the extraction lab.
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Extract Your Own DNA
NOVA - How To Extract Video
Wrap Up DNA Puzzles
Lab - WEDNESDAY
*Analysis questions are to be completed individually*
T
1.26
Describe the relationships between an allele, a gene and a trait.

DNA Replication

Crash Course DNA

W
1.27
Describe the difference between base additions on the leading strand versus the lagging strand. Draw a picture to help explain.

DNA Replication IRL
Extraction Lab
Prove It: Semi-Conservative Replication
Replication Experiment WS - FRIDAY
Experiment Animation
R
1.28
Practice AIR DNA Replication.png

Semi-Conservation Replication
DNA Learning Center; Interview w/ Meselson
The Most Beautiful Experiment in Biology
Replication Lab - TOMORROW
F
1.29
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Replication Lab
Course Description Presentation
Google Slide Presentation
Course Description Book


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
1.19
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Concept Maps - Email or Paper Copy to 119
CINCH Reading & Notes
- DNA: The Genetic Material
- DNA Replication
Notes by FRIDAY
W
1.20
List 10 things you know about DNA.
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DNA Structure Notes

DNA Kits Part 1


R
1.21
Figure 12.1.JPG
1. What is X? What three parts make up X?
2. What do the dotted lines represent?
3. What is the purpose of this molecule?

DNA History Notes
Secret of Photo 51
Start at 14:30


F
1.22
35% of a molecule is found to be adenine, using Chargaff's rules determine how much would be thymine, guanine and cytosine.
CINCH Reading Quiz

Getting Started (7)

Secret of Photo 51
Reading Quiz -- Google Forms

Finish Secret of Photo 51

Finish DNA Puzzles Part 1
Sections for Second Semester:
1. DNA, RNA and Protein Synthesis
2. Evolution
3.Classification
4. Population Ecology
5. Human Impact on the Environment



Date

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In Class

Homework

M
1.11
Describe the purpose of cellular respiration. What types of organisms use this process?
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Finish Cellular Respiration Notes

Crash Course Cellular Respiration
Photosynthesis & Cell Lab - WEDNESDAY
T
1.12
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Cell Respiration Webquest

Webquest - THURSDAY
W
1.13
What is fermentation? Why do some organisms (including us) go through fermentation?

Cellular Energy Concept Map
Photosynthesis Animation
How to make a concept map
Example concept map: Universe

R
1.14
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Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration Lab
Concept Map Work Time

F
1.15

Webquest
Getting Started (5)
Concept Map Work Time
Concept Map - TUESDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

W
1.6
1. What is an indicator?
2. HOW is it used?
3. What indicator will we be using in this lab?
4. What does it indicate for?
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Respiration & Photosynthesis Lab Procedure, Pre-Lab & Prediction Table.

CINCH Reading "Cellular Respiration" and worksheet - FRIDAY
(extras found on CINCH website)
R
1.7
Complete predictions table.

Respiration & Photosynthesis Lab Data Collection
BMB Scale
CINCH worksheet work time
CINCH Reading & Worksheet - TOMORROW
F
1.8
Do plants go through respiration? Explain why or why not.
Cellular Respiration Worksheet (CINCH)
Gizmo Results - Plants & Snail Lab
Energy In - Energy Out Video
Respiration & Photosynthesis Lab - WEDNESDAY

Date

Getting Started

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In Class

Homework

M
12.14
1. Where does the mass come from in a plant?
A. Sun
B. Soil / minerals
C. Air (carbon dioxide)
D. Chloroplast
E. Water
F. Tree Generates Own Mass

2. Where does the energy come from in a plant?
A. Sun
B. Soil / minerals
C. Air (carbon dioxide)
D. Chloroplast
E. Water
F. Tree Generates Own

Pick and support with reasoning.
Getting Started (8)
Photosynthesis Lab Answer Discussion
Semester Exam Review
Study for Exam
T
12.15
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Review Presentations
Chemosynthesis vs Photosynthesis
Study for Exam
W/R/F
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Exam
Scantron
Cheat Sheet (4x6) notecard
Semester 1 Exam

Eat Cookies

Date

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Homework

CORL
M
12.7
SCHMIDLEY
T
12.8
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Unit 6 Divider
Cellular Energy CINCH Reading Worksheet
--> How Organisms Obtain Energy
--> Metabolism

CINCH Reading Worksheet - WEDNESDAY
CORL
T
12.8
SCHMIDLEY
M
12.
Describe the difference between an anabolic and catabolic cycle. Give an example of each NOT used in the reading.
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Photosynthesis Gizmo
Link to Gizmo
Class Code:
P.1: KPKT6KBBHX
P.2: PGVCFMGWHR
P.3: DJV6TT5NZF
P.5.6: XLZFGQDDZL
P.7.8: GTQG6QKBQJ
P. 9: DPHZPPFPGR
CINCH Reading - TOMORROW
W
12.9
1. What type of organism goes through photosynthesis?
2. Which organelle does photosynthesis take place in?
3. What is the goal/purpose of photosynthesis?
CINCH Reading Worksheet
Semester 1 Exam Review

Photosynthesis Notes & Seeing the Light



R
12.10
external image Photosynthesis.gif
Where does the mass come from in a plant?
A. Sun
B. Soil / minerals
C. Air (carbon dioxide)
D. Chloroplast
E. Water
F. Tree Generates Own Mass

Pick and support with reasoning.
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Photosynthesis Crash Course

Photosynthesis Lab Data Collection
1. Determine the mass of the mature radish plants.
2. Determine the mass of the soil in your cups (DO NOT TAKE THE SOIL OUT OF THE CUP).
3. Record this in the google doc.
4. Start working on conclusion questions.
Lab - MONDAY

Gizmo - TOMORROW
F
12.11
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Photosynthesis Gizmo
Where Does The Mass Come From in a Plant?
Harvard Students - Where Does Plant Mass Come From?
Growth in a Plant -- Data


Date

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Homework

M
11.30
In a maternity ward, four babies become accidentally mixed up. The ABO phenotypes of the four babies are known to be O, A, B and AB. The ABO phenotypes of the four sets of parents are determined. Indicate which baby belongs to each set of parents:
a. AB x O
b. A x O
c. A x AB
d. O x O
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Sex-Linked Traits


Karyotyping - TOMORROW
Extra Credit - TOMORROW
Sex-Linked - TOMORROW
T
12.1
Looking at this karyotype, write the notion.
Extra Credit (NO LATE PAPERS ACCEPTED)
Karyotyping Worksheet
Pedigrees

Finish Sex-Linked & Pedigrees (NOT Make your own pedigrees)

TEST FRIDAY
W
12.2
Describe the relationship between an allele, gene and trait.
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Go Over Sex-Linked & Pedigrees

Crash Course Genetics

R
12.3
Colorblindness is a recessive, sex-linked disease.

Which child could NOT be born to these parents: a female carrier and a normal male? Pick a letter and tell me why.

a. color-blind daughter
b. color-blind son
c. daughter with normal vision
d. son with normal vision
Make Your Own Pedigree
Genetics Review

F
12.4


Genetics Test


Date

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Homework

M
11.23
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Making & Reading Karyotypes

Extra Credit - TUESDAY 12.1 - NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS
Karyotype Reference
T
11.24
Explain the heterozygous phenotype seen in complete dominance, incomplete dominance and codominance.
Getting Started (5)
Beyond Complete Dominance Check

Dihybrid & Complex Inheritance Practice
Karyotype Web Activity - Tuesday 12.1
Extra Credit - Tuesday 12.1

Date

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In Class

Homework

M
11.16
Seat Change & PreLab
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Set Up Photosynthesis Lab
Mendelian Genetics ?s Work Time
CINCH Reading "Mendelian Genetics" Questions 1 - 14 due TOMORROW
T
11.17
In your own words, tell me what heredity is.
Questions 1 - 14
Genetics Notes --> Introduction, Mendelian Traits & Complete Dominance

Complete Dominance Practice - TOMORROW

W
11.18
Mr. Smith and his wife recently had a child, but they are not sure they received the right child from the hospital. Mr. Smith is homozygous dominant for bushy eyebrows, while his wife is heterozygous for the trait. The baby they brought home has thin eyebrows. Did the hospital make a mistake? (Bushy eyebrows (B) is completely dominant to thin eyebrows (b))
Complete Dominance Check

Dihybrid Introduction & Practice



R
11.19
Answer both questions with a letter AND and explanation for WHY you chose the letter you did.

genetics ogt practice.JPG
genetics ogt practice.JPG

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Complete Dominance Group Work

Freshmen Eye Check
CINCH Reading "Chromosomes & Human Heredity" by MONDAY
F
11.20
In dogs, the allele for short hair is completely dominant over the allele for long hair. Two short-haired dogs are the parents of a litter of eight puppies. Six puppies have short hair, and two have long hair. What are the genotypes of the parents? Explain your answer.
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Dyhybrid Answers

Finish Genetics Notes
Beyond Complete Dominance Introduction & Practice


Introduce Karyotyping Activity & Extra Credit
CINCH Reading - MONDAY

Extra Credit due DECEMBER 1 - NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED

Date

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In Class

Homework

M
11.9
Describe the purpose of meiosis.

Meiosis Video #17
Ploidy: Haploid vs. Diploid
Share your Meiosis outline with corls@westerville.k12.oh.us

11.4 (Old) Book Work - WEDNESDAY

Unit 4 Test FRIDAY

Binder Check FRIDAY
T
11.10
external image early_prophase.png
external image early_prophase.png

1. How many chromosomes does this cell have?
2. Are the chromosomes replicated or unreplicated?
3. How many sets of homologous chromosomes does this cell have? How do you know?
4. Is this cell haploid or diploid? How do you know?
5. What would the 2N number for this cell be?
6. What would the N number for this cell be?
7. If this cell went through mitosis, the ending daughter cells would each have how many chromosomes? Draw this cell at the end of mitosis.
8. If this cell went through meiosis, the ending daughter cells would each have how many chromosomes? Draw this cell at the end of meiosis.

Making Meiosis Work

Unit 4 Test & Binder Check FRIDAY
W
11.11
meiosis simple picture.JPG
meiosis simple picture.JPG

Explain this picture in terms of meiosis. Mention words like chromosomes, diploid & haploid.
11.4 (Old) Book Work
Paper Pass Back & Grade Check
Finish Making Meiosis Work
Crash Course Meiosis
Unit 4 Test & Binder Check FRIDAY
R
11.12
Create a table comparing binary fission, mitosis & meiosis. List and complete at least 5 characteristics of comparison.
Getting Started (6)
Unit 4 Review

1. Go to join.quizizz.com
2. Enter the code shown on the board
3. Review!
Test & Binder Check TOMORROW

Unit 4 Review

F
11.13

Test
Binder
Cell Growth & Reproduction Test
Binder Check
Questions 1 - 14 on CINCH "Mendelian Genetics" - TUESDAY

Date

Getting Started

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In Class

Homework

M
11.2
What is the difference between asexual and sexual reproduction?
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Meiosis Notes

Webquest - Wednesday
Read CINCH - Meiosis - Wednesday
T
11.3
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No School - WAIVER DAY
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W
11.4
Contrast the types of cells that use binary fission, mitosis and meiosis to replicate.
Meiosis Webquest
Meiosis Reading Outline
11.4.15 Assignment
Crash Course Meiosis
Khan Academy Cellular Division (Meiosis)
Outline "Shared" by Friday at 3.
R
11.5
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Generations: Mitosis vs Meiosis

Unit 4 Test MOVED to THURSDAY 11.12
F
11.6
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11.4 Meiosis Book Work & Color Plates

THIS BOOK WORK IS FROM THE OLD, DRAGONFLY, BOOK. THIS CAN BE ACCESSED UNDER ADDITIONAL RESOURCES OR THE CLASS SET IN 119.


Date

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In Class

Homework

M
10.26
Complete the prelab of "Making Mitosis Work"
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Making Mitosis Work
Webquest - TOMORROW

Making Mitosis Work - WEDNESDAY
T
10.27
external image images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTdD9XtbD9DifRCvg8V8rX0fbndzaLAH23JBRr3pNFB0Pgd-ZWd6GbC-Qh1
1. This cell is in which phase?
2. How many chromosomes will each daughter cell have at the end of cytokinesis?
3. Which phase comes after this?
4. Which phase comes before this?

Mitosis Whitefish Lab
Review Mitosis
W
10.28
Whitefish Mitosis
There are approximately 100 cells in this picture.
1. The majority of the cells are in what phase? Describe the key cellular/nuclear features.
2. Identify; label and describe the key nuclear features of the 5 cells going through mitosis (the ones with black/condensed chromosomes).
Making Mitosis Work

Webquest
Crash Course Mitosis

Cell Cycle Regulation & Cancer
Quiz - FRIDAY

CINCH - Mitosis & Cytokinesis; Cell Cycle Regulation
R
10.29
Describe how the centrioles, spindle fibers and centromeres are related.
Getting Started (5)
Mitosis Review Video


F
10.30
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Quiz
Cell Cycle & Mitosis Quiz

Meiosis Webquest
Webquest - WEDNSDAY

Date

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In Class

Homework

M
10.19
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Keeping it Together: Cell Membranes

Test TOMORROW
T
10.20
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Unit 3: Cell Processes Test
Read CINCH: Cellular Growth
W
10.21
What is surface area? What is volume? Describe both of these ideas in WORDS and, if you know it, the FORMULA (for a cube).
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Cell Growth & Reproduction Divider
Why Are Cells so Small? Lab

Size of Cell Lab - FRIDAY
R
10.22
Other than the two reasons from your text & lab yesterday, why would it be a benefit to be made of MORE, SMALLER cells than FEWER, LARGER cells? Come up with at least 2 other reasons.
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Mitosis & Cell Cycle Notes

Size of Cell Lab - TOMORROW

CINCH - Mitosis & Cytokinesis
F
10.23
Evolution Pre-Test
Size of Cell Lab

Evolution Pre-Test
Mitosis & Cell Cycle Webquest

Webquest - TUESDAY

Date

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Homework

M
10.12
The cell membrane is also called a phospholipid bilayer and the fluid mosaic model. Based on the picture on the board, explain why you think EACH name could be used.
Theory Questions
Cell Membrane Notes


Review - TEST TUESDAY10.20
T
10.13
List as many words as you can that start with hyper, hypo and iso. Try and define what hyper, hypo and iso mean using these words.

Diffusion Through the Membrane


Osmosis Practice


Egg Lab - Thursday
W
10.14
1. What type of solution is this cell in?
2.How do you know this?
3. What does the water movement look like?
4. How is the cell going to change?
5. Draw your cell in BOTH of the other types of solutions. Be sure to include a label & percentages inside & out of the cell.Isotonic_Cell.JPG

Endocytosis & Exocytosis Activity

Active vs. Passive Transport


R
10.15
There are three reasons cells must use energy to transport materials across the cell. What are those three reasons?
Egg Lab

Getting Started (8)
Moving Materials Through the Membrane


STUDY FOR TEST - 10.20

Date

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Homework

M
10.5


Animal & Plant Cell Coloring

T
10.6
1. What is a cell membrane?
2. List 2 jobs or functions it does for the cell.
3. What characteristics would it have to have in order to perform these functions?
Cell Structure & Function Lab
Egg Lab Day 1

Development of the Cell Theory

Color Plates - TOMORROW
W
10.7
Reflect honestly on how you prepared for your Biochemistry test (and possibly your Science as a Process Test). Answer the following questions:
1. What did you do to study?
2. What do you do (for Biology) on nights that you do not have homework?
3. What can we (Corl or Schmidley) do in class to help you more than we are already doing? (Remember we have a lot of content to cover, so spending more time in class is hard to do)
4. How do you think you can improve your test scores? (If you were unhappy with your scores)
Color Plates
Egg Lab Day 2
Development of the Cell Theory
Theory Questions - MONDAY
R
10.8
Explain what the phrase "cells are the basic unit of structure and function" means in your own words.

Egg Lab Day 3
Finish Cell Theory Discussion
The Wacky History of the Cell Theory

F
10.9
Create a Venn Diagram or T-Chart to compare and contrast prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Create another one to compare and contrast plant and animal cells.

    • 3 things in each section **

Egg Lab Day 4
Crash Course Cell Membrane
Theory Questions - MONDAY

TEST CORRECTIONS:
For each question:

1. Write down the number.

2. The correct answer

3. Two places you could find that information that we gave you

4. One extra fact that relates to the question

Date

Getting Started

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Homework

M
9.28
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Unknown Solution Testing
Unknown Solution Testing

Cell Processes Divider

Introduction to Biology: Biological Organization (Read & Highlight) & Characteristics of Life (from CINCH - Introduction to Biology)
(just pg 1)
(just pg 1)
Introduction to Biology Worksheet - WEDNESDAY
T
9.29
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Finish Unknown Testing

Cell Structure & Function Review

Cell Structure & Function Review:
-->Crash Course:
Crash Course - Animal Cells
Crash Course - Plant Cells
-->Biology HippoCampus Cell Parts Review
-NROC Collection: Biology
-Scroll down to "Cellular Organization"
--> CINCH Reading: Cell Structures & Organelles
--> Notes from previous Years

W
9.30
Identify the characteristic of life being described by the following phrases:
  1. Our cat had a litter of kittens yesterday.
  2. My dog is less clumsy now that he isn’t a puppy anymore.
  3. Before a big race I always eat a good breakfast; it helps me run longer.
  4. When that car pulled into the driveway, my dog ran to hide.
  5. That owl’s night vision lets it see the movements of prey on even a dark night.
  6. Your body maintains an average internal temperature of 98.6ºF
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Cell Structure & Function Lab
Lab - FRIDAY
Review Packet - FRIDAY
R
10.1
Which characteristic of life is more important to the group of organisms than to each individual? Why?
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Cell Structure & Function Work Time
- Review Packet
- Lab
Lab - MONDAY
Review Packet - TOMORROW
F
10.2
Which organelle would be most used in the following parts of an organism? and WHY?
1. muscle cell
2. skin cell
3. top of a leaf cell
4. immune system cell
5. blood cell
Cell Structure & Function Review Packet

Getting Started (7)
Cell Structure Baseball
Lab - MONDAY

Date

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Homework

M
9.21
1. What is the purpose of an indicator?
2. What indicator did you use in the Acids/Bases Lab?
3. What 3 indicators are you using in the Macromolecules Lab?
Biochemistry Webquest

Check PreLab
Identifying Macromolecules Lab
Online Simulation: Macromolecules
Lab - Wednesday

Test & Binder Check - FRIDAY
T
9.22
1. What is a macromolecule?
2. List the monomer for each of the macromolecules (polymers) - there are 4 of them.
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Finish Lab
Enzyme Worksheet

Enzyme Worksheet - THURSDAY
W
9.23
List a function of EACH of the biological macromolecules.
Macromolecule Lab
Paper Pass Back
Role of Enzymes Video

Binder Check & Unit 2 Test -- Friday


R
9.24
Describe how enzymes work.

active site
activation energy
speed of reaction
substrate
product
Enzyme Worksheet

Wrap up Enzymes
Macromolecule Boxing
Crash Course Macromolecules
CINCH Reading for Unit 2: Atoms, Elements & Compounds; Types of Bonds; Water & Solutions; Acids & Bases; Simple Organic Molecules; Carbohydrates; Lipids; Proteins; Nucleic Acids; Biological Chemical Reactions
F
9.25

Binder & Test
Unit 2 Test


Date

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Homework

M
9.14
external image oxygen.jpg
1. What element is this? How do you know?
2. In an ionic bond, this element will lose/gain electrons. (Pick one)
3. Because of my answer to #2, the oxidation number for this element is .
4. If this element had 8 protons and 7 neutrons in the nucleus, it would be a(n) .

Chemistry & Water Wrap-Up
Crash Course Water
Surface Tension of Water
Surface Tension (part 2)
Cohesion & Adhesion (Water in Space)

Read Acids & Bases Lab (Background & Procedure)
T
9.15
Describe how the positive and negative parts of a water molecule are made. What properties of water does this create?

Acids & Bases Lab

CINCH Reading - Water & Solutions; Acids & Bases; Strengths of Acids & Bases -- THURSDAY
W
9.16
Draw a Bohr model (like the build an atom) representation of Carbon. Include the protons, neutrons & electrons around the nucleus. What is Carbon's oxidation number?

Biological Macromolecules Notes
(Same Power Point from Monday 9.14)


Crash Course Carbon
CINCH Reading - TOMORROW

Acids & Bases Lab - TOMORROW
R
9.17
What is the relationship between a monomer and polymer? Give an analogy not used in class or from the webquest.
Acids & Bases Lab
Getting Started (4)
CINCH Reading Check (5 questions from each section)

Webquest

Read Lab; Complete Pre-Lab - MONDAY

Webquest - MONDAY

Date

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Homework

T
9.8
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Unit Two Divider: Biochemistry

Introduction to / Review of Chemistry

pHet Simulation: Build an Atom
Click on "HTML 5" if you have chrome book.
Click the "play" button otherwise.
CINCH Reading Worksheet (Atoms, Elements & Compounds; Types of Bonds) - TOMORROW

Build an Atom - THURSDAY
W
9.9
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Finish Build an Atom (Chromebook)

R
9.10
Why would we start our study of biology with chemistry?
Build an Atom
Water Lab - DATA COLLECTION ONLY
Check Chemistry Review WS - MONDAY

F
9.11
Describe how the water behaved on the penny.
Getting Started (5)
Finish Water Lab Data Collection
Water Demos

Crash Course Water
Surface Tension of Water
Surface Tension (part 2)
Cohesion & Adhesion (Water in Space)
Water Lab - Finish Explanations - TUESDAY

Check Chemistry Review WS


Date

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Homework

M
8.31
A scientist conducted an experiment to determine the effect of environment on the color of fur of a Himalayan rabbit. The Himalayan rabbit typically has a white coat except for its colder nose, feet, tail, and ears, which are black. The scientist shaved an area of hair on the back of each rabbit, then placed an ice pack over the shaved area on one rabbit (A). A picture of the set-up follows.
Himmalayan Rabbits.JPG
1. What is the independent variable?
2. What is the dependent variable?
3. What is the control?
4. Name 3 constants for the experiment.
5. What would the title for the experiment be? (FORM!)
6. Write the hypothesis the scientist is trying to test. (FORM!)

Microscope Introduction


Start Microscope Lab

Experimental Design & Graphing - TOMORROW

UNIT ONE TEST & BINDER CHECK - THURSDAY
T
9.1
When using a microscope, describe the difference in amount of detail that can be seen on a specimen under low power compared to high power. Describe the difference in the amount of specimen that can be seen under low power compared to high power.
Experimental Design & Graphing
Microscope Lab
TEST THURSDAY - UNIT ONE
Microscope Lab - TOMORROW
W
9.2
Describe the purpose of controls (constants) and a control group.

Finish Microscope Lab
Return & Go Over Papers
TEST TOMORROW - UNIT ONE
R
9.3
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UNIT ONE TEST & Binder Check


F
9.4
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Microscope Lab

YOU WILL TURN GETTING STARTEDS IN NEXT WEEK!
Finish Unit 1 Test

CINCH Reading Work time
CINCH Reading - Atoms, Elements & Compounds; Types of Bonds --> WEDNESDAY

Date

Getting Started

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In Class

Homework

M
8.24
Describe what science is in 5-10 sentences (phrases/ideas). Use the following questions to get you started:
  1. What is the goal of science?
  2. What is the definition of science?
  3. What is the purpose of science?
  4. What are the methods of science? (Or, how is science done?)
  5. What are the qualities or characteristics that make science different from other disciplines like math and technology or other ares of thought like philosophy or religion?
Metric & Measurement Lab
Mystery Boxes
CINCH Reading - TOMORROW
T
8.25
Reading Check

Reading Check
Pre-test
Nature of Science Reading - Highlight - FRIDAY

W
8.26
Make an observation and an inference about Mrs. Corl.

Make an observation and an inference about room 119.

Make an observation and an inference about someone else in the class.

Nature of Science Notes


Nature of Science Homework - FRIDAY

R
8.27
Describe the relationship between a scientific law and a scientific theory and how these two types of scientific knowledge are different. Give an example of each.

Umbrellaology


F
8.28
Science is considered both reliable and tentative. 1. Explain how these opposite ideas can both hold true.
2. Is this a strength of science or a weakness? Why?
NOS Homework

Getting Started (4)
Experimental Design & Graphing Notes


Experimental Design & Graphing Homework - TUESDAY


Date

Getting Started

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Homework

M
8.17
1. Make a list of 3 things you expect from a good teacher.
2. Make a list of 4 things I should expect from good student.
3. Looking at your list from #2, tell me if/how you exhibit those traits - or if you don't, tell me how you plan to try and exhibit those traits.
Classroom Agreement
You MAY NOT participate in Wednesday's Lab without this paperwork!
Syllabus Page 2
Safety Search
Safety Video
Lab Drawing - TOMORROW

Binder & Dividers - THURSDAY
T
8.18
Describe 5 "bad" & 5 "good" things in the following picture.
Safety Picture
Lab Drawing HW
Nature of Science Divider

Metric Review


CINCH Check
CINCH Reading - TUESDAY
W
8.19
When you are measuring something (length, volume, mass, temperature), what are some important procedures/guidelines to follow? Describe at least 3.

Metric Lab

CINCH Reading - TUESDAY

Close-Toed Shoes TOMORROW
R
8.20
1.Which ruler is more precise: A, B or C? Why?
2. Which ruler is more accurate: A, B or C? Why?
3. How long is the line shown on ruler D?
4. How long is the line shown on ruler E?
5. Describe the relationship between your measurements in D and E.


Precision 3.PNG
Precision 3.PNG


Metric Lab
Lab - TOMORROW
F
8.21
Finish this sentence:

I learn best when...
Getting Started (5)
Toilet Paper Activity
Lab - MONDAY

CINCH Reading - TUESDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

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Homework

R
8.13
These will start August 17th
Wright Family
Syllabus Page 1

Wright Family
Safety Paperwork

Classroom Agreement - MONDAY
F
8.14
These will start August 17th
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Lab Drawing Activity

Lab Drawing Homework - TUESDAY
Classroom Agreement - MONDAY