weekly schedule:

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
5.22

EOC REVIEW








Where Do Genes Come From?

How Blood Pressure Works
How The Heart Pumps Blood
W
5.24
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End of Course Assessment
Have a great summer!

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
5.15
5.1.6 to LMS
Final Autopsy Report & Eulogy

T
5.16
5.1.4
Unit 5 Review



W
5.17

Unit 5 Test

R
5.18
6.1.2 Autopsy Report
EOC REVIEW







DNA: The Book of You
The Twisting Tale of DNA
DNA Damage and Repair

What is a Calorie?
What are carbohydrates?

What does the Pancreas Do?
What Does the Liver Do?
Sugar and the Brain

Cell Membranes
F
5.19

Web Exam
Lots of good crash course videos!

Khan Academy has some great information!

Check out bozeman science too!

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
5.8

5.1.3 Check Bacteria
5.1.6 Work Time
5.1.3 - WEDNESDAY
T
5.9

5.1.6 The Immune System Work Time

W
5.10
5.1.3
5.1.6 The Immune System Work Time
5.1.6 - MONDAY
R
5.11

5.1.4 Gram Staining
Link for #2 & #3
Link for #2 & #3
Link #4 Pictures
Link for #5
Link for #6
Anna's Sample:
5.1.4 Gram Stain Picture - ANNA.jpg

F
5.12
5.1.1 Medical History Document
5.1.4 Gram Staining
5.1.5 Information to Medical History Document --> You'll need to use the "Gram Negative Identification Flowchart" on the LMS under 5.1.5 resources.
5.1.6 MONDAY
5.1.4 TUESDAY


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
5.1

5.1.1 Contagious
5.1.2 Wrap-Up
4.4.1 Model Demonstrations

T
5.2
5.1.2 Answer Document
Crash Course Big History: Infectious Disease
5.1.2 Quiz
5.1.3 Pre-Lab

W
5.3
5.1.1
5.1.3 Wrap Up Pre-Lab
5.1.6 The Immune System Introduction
Immune System Children's Book Rubric

R
5.4
5.1.3 Pre-Lab Done
5.1.3 Streak Plates
Must Show Me a Completed Plate BEFORE You Can Streak
5.1.6 Work Time

F
5.5

5.1.6 The Immune System


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
4.24
4.4.1 to LMS
Wrap Up 4.4.1

T
4.25

Review Unit 4


W
4.26

Unit 4: The Heart Test

R
4.27

Crash Course Big History: Infectious Disease

5.1.2 Infectious Disease Agents

5.1.2 Med Mysteries Site

F
4.28

5.1.2 Infectious Disease Agents
5.1.2 Med Mysteries Site

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
4.18

4.4.1 Worktime

T
4.19

4.4.1 Worktime

W
4.20

4.4.1 Worktime

F
4.22

4.4.1 Worktime
4.4.1 Models & Google doc uploaded to LMS by MONDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
4.11

4.3.3 Heart as a Pump
4.3.3 - THURSDAY
R
4.13
4.3.2 Hypercholesteromia
4.3.1 Medical History Report
4.3.3 Answer Document
4.4.1 Heart Intervention Model Building


Date

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In Class

Homework

M
4.3
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4.3.1 Medical History Report - annotate near highlighted areas
4.3.2 Hypercholesteromia - read through lab - pouring gels tomorrow

Gather Materials:
--> PER GROUP OF 2
- two rubber ends
- clear plastic gel mold
- 8 comb well maker
- micropipette
- box of tips
--> PER GROUP OF 4 (so two gel groups)
- Hypercholesteromia Edvotek Directions
- chamber
- power cord
- power source (purple)

Practice Loading Gels with Micropipette

T
4.4

MATERIALS CHECK
Per Group of 2:
- gel mold w/ comb and 2 rubber ends --> assembled
- micropipette
- pipette tips --> check to see they fit
- 250 mL flask
- 100 mL graduated cylinder

Per Group of 4:
- power source
- power cord
- chamber w/ lid
- 10 mL graduated cyliner
- directions
- buffer solution concentrate (clear bottle)
- dye solution concentrate (blue bottle)

Gather Materials:
Distilled Water

4.3.2 Pour Gels
- heat water on hot plate; melt bottle of agar; pour without air bubbles; 8 COMBS DOWN; let sit until solid; remove combs and rubber stoppers; place in chamber

Make Buffer - 500 mL for each group of 4
- pour buffer into chamber and cover gel

Make Stain - 150 mL for each group of 2 --> cover with parafilm before leaving

W
4.5

Gather Materials:
- DNA

4.3.2 Load & Run Gels; Leave in Stain

R
4.6

4.3.2 Read Gels
- put onto light box
- take picture!

4.3.2 Work Time
4.3.1 Work Time

F
4.7

4.3.2 Work Time
4.3.1 Work Time
4.3.2 & 4.3.1 Medical History - DUE TUESDAY


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
3.20
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EKG Work Day
4.2.3 - TOMORROW
T
3.21
4.2.3 EKG
4.2.1 Medical History Report - heart rate, blood pressure AND EKG information should be on this.
4.3.1 What is Cholesterol?

W
3.22
4.2.1 Medical History Report (w/ highlighting)
Experimental Designs to LMS
4.3.1 Work Time

R
3.23

4.3.1 Work Time
4.2.1 Medical History - add cholesterol information; highlight important information from reading
4.3.1 to LMS by 3pm FRIDAY
F
3.24
4.2.1 Medical History Report
4.3.1 by 3pm
4.3.3 at end of period
4.3.1 Work Time


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
3.13

Wrap Up Experimental Design - show me your table by the time you leave!

T
3.14

Collect Data

W
3.15
4.2.1 & 4.2.1 w graphs - FOR BOTH
Experimental Design Rubric
Experimental Design Writing Day 1

R
3.16

Experimental Design Writing Day 2
Experimental Designs to LMS by 3.22 (WEDNESDAY)
F
3.17

4.2.3 EKG


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
3.6
4.1.1 (if not Friday)
4.1.2
groups of 2 or 3

4.2.1 Heart Rate & 4.2.2 Blood Pressure Intro Activities
How Blood Pressure Works

T
3.7

Intro Activities + 4.2.1 Medical History Report
Heart; Under Pressure
Blood Pressure Risks
W
3.8

Wrap Up Intro Activities

R
3.9

4.2.1 / 4.2.2 Experimental Design

F
3.10

4.2.1 / 4.2.2 Experimental Design


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
2.27

Ted Ed How the Heart Pumps
Crash Course The Heart pt 1
4.1.1 - Finalize Heart Box (blank sheet of paper) by WEDNESDAY

T
2.28

4.1.1

W
3.1

4.1.2 - HEART DISSECTION

R
3.2

4.1.2 - wrap up hearts

F
3.3
4.1.1
4.1.2 work time


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
2.21
3.4.2

Unit 3 Review
- Find the slide with your name on the Review Presentation
- With your partner, complete the questions on your slide by 1:50 - include pictures to help!
UNIT 3 TEST THURSDAY
W
2.22

Unit 3 Review: Kahoot!

R
2.23

Unit 3 Test

F
2.24

Finish Unit 3 Test
Start 4.1.1


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
2.13

3.4.2 What is the Probability?

T
2.14

Greatest Discoveries Genetics

W
2.15

Finish Greatest Discoveries
3.4.2 What is the Probability?

R
2.16

3.4.2 Wrap Up
3.4.2 - MONDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
2.6
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same 9 o'clock partners
3.3.1 How is DNA Passed Through Generations
--> Site for Notes
--> DO NOT CUT CHROMOSOMES APART YET
--> get through #10 on Part II

T
2.7

3.3.1 How is DNA Passed Through Generations
--> #11 - end

W
2.8
3.3.1 How is DNA Passed?
Intro to Pedigrees
3.4.1 Family Inheritance

R
2.9

3.4.1 Family Inheritance
3.4.1 - End of the Period TOMORROW
F
2.10
3.4.1
Genetics Check In -- Schoology
NEED A CHROMEBOOK


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
1.30
3.2.2
9 o'clocks
3.3.1 Concept Map


T
1.31

3.3.1 Work Time

W
2.1

3.3.1 Work TIme

R
2.2

3.3.1 Peer Review

F
2.3
3.3.2 Does One Nucleotide Make a Difference?
3.3.1 Work Time - DUE BY END OF CLASS
3.3.1 Quiz - TUESDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
1.23
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Cracking the Code

T
1.24
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3.2.2 Does One Nucleotide Make A Difference?
- Conclusion ?s 1&2
- Part One Table
- Hydrophobic vs Hydrophillic Table
- Water & Oil Runs w/ hydrophobic & hydrophillic proteins

W
1.25

Wrap-Up 3.2.2 Simulations
3.2.2 - FRIDAY
R
1.26

Cracking the Code

F
1.27
3.2.2
Cracking the Code Video WS
Finish Cracking the Code
3.2.2 Wrap Up


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
1.17
3.1.2 Sickle Cell Diaries to LMS
3.2.2 Work Time

W
1.18

3.2.2 Work Time
3.2.2 - FRIDAY
R
1.19
3.2.2 Quiz
Finish 3.2.2
3.2.2 Quiz

F
1.20
3.2.2
Cracking the Code


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
1.9

3.1.2 Sickle Cell Diaries Work Time
3.1.2 - FRIDAY
T
1.10

3.1.2 Wrap Up - DUE FRIDAY
3.2.1 Protein Synthesis Introduction (finish concept map)

W
1.11

3.2.1 Quiz
Bozeman Science - Protein Synthesis

R
1.12

3.1.2 Sickle Cell Diaries Worktime

F
1.13

3.2.2 The Genetic Code
3.1.2 Diaries to LMS by Monday at midnight

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

W
1.4
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3.1.1 Blood Detectives - microscope portion

R
1.5
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3.1.1 Blood Detectives - clay cells & hematocrit
3.1.1 TOMORROW
F
1.6
3.1.1
3.1.1 AR by end of period
3.1.2 Sickle Cell Diaries


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
12.12
2.3.1 Diabetic Emergency
6 o'clocks
2.3.3 Complications of Diabetes
Exam 1 is your UNIT 2 TEST + experimental design (IV, DV, control) and DNA from UNIT 1
T
12.13

Go Over 2.3.1
2.3.3 Work Time
For the complications on your blank person, write them on a white piece of paper & back them in the color that corresponds to the correct body system. Draw the organ in the same color and tape/glue your description to the person.
Example from Last Year
Skeletal - Teal
Integumentary - Pink
Nervous - Light Green
Cardiovascular / Circulatory - Blue
Endocrine - Purple
Muscular - Red
Respiratory - Brown
Excretory - Orange
Digestive - Green
Urinary - Yellow
Lymphatic - Black

W
12.14
2.3.1
2.3.3 Share Out

R
12.15
2.3.3 Autopsy Report
Finish 2.3.3
Autopsy Report Work Time

F
12.16

Review Unit 2



Exam - Tuesday @ 7:30
2.1 What is Diabetes
- insulin/glucose feedback loop
- type 1 vs type 2 issues w/ loop
2.2 The Science of Food
- macromolecules
- food labels
2.3 Life with Diabetes
- tonicity
- complications
- treatment
Unit 1
- experimental design (IV, DV, Control, Constants)
- DNA (structure, electrophoresis, function)

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
12.5

2.3.1 Work Time

T
12.6

2.3.1 Work Time

W
12.7

1. Put Diabetes project into 2.3.1
5 o'clocks
2. 2.3.2 Diabetic Emergency
Link to Simulation

R
12.8

2.3.1 Diabetic Emergency

F
12.9

2.3.1 Diabetic Emergency


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.28
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Fed Up Documentary

T
11.29

Fed Up Documentary

W
11.30
Fed Up Worksheet
Fed Up Documentary - Finish

4 o'clocks
2.3.1 A Day in the Life of a Diabetic

R
12.1

2.3.1 Work time

F
12.2

2.3.1 Work time
2.3.1 by Midnight Sunday 12.4

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.21

Feedback POGIL
- Individual assignment
- No technology allowed - may use anything out of notebooks

T
11.22
Feedback POGIL
POGIL work time


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.14
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2 o'clocks
2.2.1 Food Testing - Anna's Stomach Contents
2.2.1 Food Testing
T
11.15
2.2.1 Food Testing
2.2.1 Wrap-Up
3 o'clocks
2.2.2 Food Labels

W
11.16

2.2.2 Food Labels

R
11.17

2.2.2 Food Labels

F
11.18
2.2.2 Food Labels w/ additional printed out labels X 3
2.2.2 Food Labels Worktime


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.7

1 o'clocks
2.2.3 Biochemistry of Food

- one baggie (check contents on paper)
- chromebook for directions and research

W
11.9

2.2.3 Biochemistry of Food Puzzles

R
11.10

2.2.3 Biochemistry of Food Puzzles - Last Work Day in Class

F
11.11
2.2.3 Packet
Amoeba Sisters Biomolecules
2.2.3 Biochemistry Quiz (may use packet)
2.2.1 Food Testing Start


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.31
2.1.2 Answer Document
12 o'clocks
2.1.3 Feedback Loops

Feedback Loops

T
11.1

2.1.3 Feedback Loops Work Day

W
11.2

2.1.3 Feedback Loops Work Day

R
11.3

2.1.3 Work Time
Feedback Loops by MIDNIGHT TO LMS
F
11.4

2.1.3 Peer Edit
2.2.3 Chemistry of Life


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.24
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2.1.2 Work Day

T
10.25

2.1.2 Work Day

W
10.26

2.1.2 Work Day

R
10.27

2.1.2 Peer Editing

ON A SEPARATE PIECE OF PAPER

Answer the following questions about 3 different models:
1. Names of model creators
2. What represents glucose in the model?
3. What represents insulin in the model?
4. What represents insulin receptors in the model?
5. What represents the glucose transport protein in the model.
6. Describe how insulin triggers the glucose transport protein (glut 4) in the model.
7. List (and tell them) 2 things you like about their model.
8. List (and tell them) 2 things that are confusing and need clarification on their model.

F
10.28
2.1.2 Models
2.1.2 Presentations to Corl - I'll call you back
2.1.3 Feedback (12 o'clocks)
2.1.2 Answer Document MONDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.17

2.1.1 Diagnosing Diabetes - Data Collection Day 2

T
10.18

2.1.1 Diagnosing Diabetes
- print graphs (need laptop)
- work on medical history report --> directions on LMS

W
10.19

2.1.1 Work Day
Intro 2.1.2 Insulin - Glucose Connection (11 o'clocks)

F
10.20
2.1.1 Answer Document
2.1.1 Medical History
- w/ Anna's Diagnosis
Graphs X 3
- Patient A & Patient B Diagnosis
2.1.2 Insulin - Glucose Connection


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.10
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+ purines vs pyrimidines
+ A-T; G-C (%A = %T; %G = %C)
+ hydrogen bonds



T
10.11

Review for Test
make a copy of the review document if you want to type into it
Unit 1 Test Review

W
10.12

see Tuesday


R
10.13

Unit 1 "The Mystery" Test

F
10.14

2.1.1 Diagnosing Diabetes - Data Collection
10 o'clocks


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.3

9 o'clocks - need laptops (at least one)
1.1 Concept Map Summary


Take Apart DNA Models

T
10.4

1.1 Concept Map Summary Work Time

W
10.5

1.1 Concept Map Summary Work Time

R
10.6

Wrap Up Concept Maps
Binder Check Organization
Cracking the Code
Concept Map to LMS by midnight
F
10.7

Cracking the Code
Unit 1 Test WEDNESDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
9.26
1.2.2 Answer Document
1.2.3 Answer Document
1.2.3 Paper Gel
7 o'clock
1.3.1 The Autopsy

T
9.27

1.3.1 The Autopsy

W
9.28
1.3.1 Autopsy Report
1.3.1 Answer Document
1.3.1 Bosy Systems Matching
8 o'clock
1.3.2 HIPPA and Confidentiality
- Informative Powerpoint on LMS

R
9.29

1.3.2 HIPPA and Confidentiality
1.3.2 MONDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
9.19
Lab Report by MIDNIGHT Tonight to LMS (mypltw.org)
4 o'clock Appts
Forensics & DNA
1.2.1 What is DNA?
Lab Report by Midnight
T
9.20

1.2.1 What is DNA?
1.2.1 - TOMORROW
W
9.21
1.2.1
Bozeman Science Restriction Enzymes
5 o'clock
1.2.3 DNA Analysis

R
9.22

1.2.3 DNA Analysis
1.2.3 - MONDAY
F
9.23

6 o'clock
1.2.2 DNA Extraction
1.2.2 MONDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
9.12
Data Table
1.1.6 --> Complete procedure & share data table

T
9.13
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1.1.6 Collect Data

Collect Materials:
- Micropipeter
- Box of disposable pipets (check to make sure these fit)
- Meter Stick
- Ring Stand w/ Clamp
- White Paper
- Beaker w/ Blood (Pour carefully)
- Chromebook (to collect data)

W
9.15

1.1.6 Work Day

R
9.16

1.1.6 Work Day
Google Sheets Graphing Practice
1.1.6 - Lab Report - SUNDAY BY MIDNIGHT TO LMS
F
9.17

1.1.6 Wrap-Up
    • Add in a section regarding Anna - in between your graph and conclusion. The diameter of the droplets at the crime scene were 12.2mm, 11.4mm, 10.8mm, and 9,7mm**

6. State the conclusion.
o Use a one sentence statement.
o Be clear and concise.
Write a one sentence statement directly related to the original hypothesis. It might start with “The hypothesis was correct…”

7. Summary Paragraph
o Write a brief paragraph.
o Explain the rationale for your conclusion.
o Clarify details.
Write a one paragraph of text explaining the rationale for the conclusion.


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
9.6
Experimental Design Practice WS
1.1.5 Time of Death Round 2
1.1.5 - THURSDAY
W
9.7

Wrap Up Time of Death
-- Print / Upload Graphs
-- Part III
Time of Death - TOMORROW
R
9.8
Time of Death
3 o'clocks
1.1.6 Blood Splatter Analysis --> Writing Experimental Design (aka Procedure)

D
9.10

1.1.6 Blood Splatter Analysis --> Work Day 1 (try to leave with completed procedure - aka data table)


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
8.29
Complete this sentence:
I learn best when...
Career Journal (by midnight last night to LMS)
1.1.4 The Evidence

T
8.30


1.1.4 The Evidence

W
8.31

Binder Check -- use the link up above!
TO DO:
- Finish collecting 1.1.4 Evidence - check your hair samples with the pictures on mypltw
- Make binder pretty - show to Corl
- Read Experimental Design Reference Paper & Look through powerpoint under 1.1.5 while reading it

- Complete 1.1.5/6 experimental design practice
1.1.4 - TOMORROW
Read/Highlight 1.1.5
Experimental Design Practice - FRIDAY
R
9.1


2 o'clock appts

Experimental Design Practice
Experimental Design Practice WS
Set-Up Time of Death Experiment
Read / Highlight 1.1.5 Time of Death
F
9.2

1.1.4
1.1.5 Time of Death Round 1
Experimental Design Practice - TUESDAY


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
8.22
What are your expectations for this class?

Introduction to LMS
Introduction to Anna
Anna Video
1.1.1 A Mysterious Death
Safety Signature Sheet - TUESDAY
T
8.23
Why is it important to maintain a clean lab area?
Safety Signature Sheet
New Appointment Clocks
1.1.3 Persons of Interest
12 o'clocks
Career Journal - (EMT, 911 operator, crime scene investigator) - FRIDAY to LMS
w/ APA (2 sources) formatting / citing

W
8.24
IN ROOM 150
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1.1.2 Crime Scene Sketch
- key (10 pieces from scene)
- legend (date, time, temperature)
- scale
Career Journal (APA citing) - FRIDAY
R
8.25
IN ROOM 150
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1.1.2 Crime Scene
Career Journal (APA citing) - FRIDAY
Investigative Notes & Crime Scene Sketch - tomororw
F
8.26
Without using outside resources, tell me what you think "biomedical" means.
Career Journal - one per person
Investigative Notes & Crime Scene Sketch - one per lab partner
Career Journal Work time
Binder Set-Up
Safety
Proper Lab Attire - MONDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

R
8.18
These will start Monday
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Cups
Paper Chain

F
8.19
These will start Monday
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Syllabus
Dice Game
Appointment Clocks

Remind 101 Sign Up
Safety Signature Sheet - TUESDAY