weekly schedule:

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
5.16
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Chordate Dissections

T
5.17

Finish Dissections

W
5.18

Chorate Review

R
5.19

Chordate Test - ALL JUNIORS & SENIORS that are taking the exam

M
5.23

Animal Care Action Plans


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
5.9

Amphioxious Lab
Chordate Scrapbooks - Phyla & Class - by FRIDAY
T
5.10

Chordate Color Plates

W
5.11

Rise of the Animals: Triumph of the Vertebrates
Chordate Dissection Prelab
R
5.12

Rise of the Animals: Dawn of the Mammals

F
5.13
Chordate Scrapbook Pages X 2
Rise of the Animals Notes
Finish Rise of the Animals
Dissections - MONDAY & TUESDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
5.2
Chordate Cladogram
Chordate Reading & Cladogram



T
5.3

Chordate Presentations

W
5.4

Chordate Presentations

R
5.5

Chordate Presentations

F
5.6

Chordate Presentations

Chordate Presentation Quiz
Chordate Class Scrapbook Page - 5.13 (FRIDAY)

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
4.25

Project Introduction

Webquest Worktime
Chordate Crash Course
Chordate Notes: Start of Tables

Project Presentations - FRIDAY 4.29
T
4.26
Webquest
Project Worktime

W
4.27

Project Worktime

R
4.28

Project Worktime

F
4.29

Project Worktime


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
4.19
(1, 9, 10)
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Shape of Life: Bones, Brawns & Brains

W
4.20
BACK TO NORMAL SCHEDULE
Video Worksheet
Finish Shape of Life
Chordate Webquest


R
4.21

Chordate Webquest

F
4.22

Chordate Webquest
Webquest - MONDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
4.12

Comparing Mollusca & Echinoderms

R
4.14

Review Mollusks & Echinoderms

F
4.15
Comparing Mollusca & Echinoderms
Mollusca & Echinoderm Quiz


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
4.4

Comparing Mollusca & Echinodermata Lab

T
4.5

Comparing Mollusca & Echinodermata Lab

W
4.6
Mussel Dissection
Mussel Dissection
Bivalve Dissection

R
4.7
Preserved Lab
Starfish Dissection
Starfish Dissection

F
4.8
Mollusca & Echinodermata Scrapbook Pages
Sea Cucumber Dissection
Sea Cucumber Dissection




Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
3.21

Echinodermata Notes

Echinoderm Webquest


T
3.22

Shape of Life: The Ultimate Animal

W
3.23
Shape of Life
Finish Shape of Life: Ultimate Animal
Webquest / Scrapbook Page Worktime

R
3.24
Webquest
Over the Hedge


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
3.14

Mollusca Book Work
Book Work Link
Book Work - THURSDAY
T
3.15

Mollusca Color Plates

W
3.16

Color Plates Work Time

R
3.17
Color Plates
Mollusca Book Work - Share

F
3.18


Mollusca Scrapbook Page - THURSDAY 3.24


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
3.7
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Shape of Life: Survival Game

T
3.8
SOL: Survival Game
Finish Survival Game
Mollusca Webquest

Webquest - FRIDAY
W
3.9

Wenquest Worktime

R
3.10

Phylum Mollusca Notes

Branches of the Tree of Life: Mollusca

F
3.11
Webquest
Life: Creatures of the Deep


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
2.29
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Black History Month Assembly

T
3.1
Crayfish Dissection
Finish Bug's Life

Missing Work Check
Bug's Life Assignment (pick 2 of the 3 from 2.24) - THURSDAY

ANY LATE/MISSING WORK BY FRIDAY 3.4
W
3.2

Arthropod Taboo
Object of the Game:
To get your team to guess as many of the words at the top of your card.

Rules:
- each team needs a bag of words and a timer
- you are given 30 seconds (time kept by opposing team) for each round
- you may not say the word (or words) at the top of your card or any of the other words on your card -- these words are considered "taboo"
- if a taboo word is used, the round is over for that team
- no sound effects or gestures can be used -- only words not on the card
- any arthropod notes during the game
Bug's Life - TOMORROW
R
3.3
Bug's Life Assignment
Arthropoda Review
- Latin meaning of name; how that relates
- 3 main characteristics: jointed appendages, segments, exoskeleton
- Evolutionary additions: tagmatization, jointed appendages, compound eye, exoskeleton, closed respiratory system
- exoskeleton: function, made of, molt
- chelicerate vs mandibulate
- organization of the arthropods: classes, legs, antennae, examples
- metamorphosis: complete vs. incomplete, evolutionary advantage, vocab (nymph, pupa, larva, adult, egg)
- phermones
- living in a supersociety: good, bad, examples
- crayfish dissection: internal, external structures & identifying them; male vs female
TEST TOMORROW - may have "cheat sheet" of notebook paper: handwritten, your own work, standard size paper (8 1/2 X 11)
F
3.4
ANY AND ALL LATE WORK FOR QUARTER 3
Arthropoda Test


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
2.22
Arthropoda Scrapbook
Arthropoda Video
Finish Book Work
Crayfish Dissection Pre-Lab Video
Arthropods Book Work - WEDNESDAY
T
2.23

Crayfish Dissection
Online Crayfish Dissection

W
2.24
Arthropoda Book Work
Finish Crayfish Dissection
Bug's Life Assignment (only have to do 2 of the 3):
1. Pick 6 characters from the film. Describe their phyla, class, scientific name and one interesting fact about the ACTUAL organism.
2. Create a food web with 10 organisms from the movie. You can add more organisms not in the movie if you need to.
3. Describe three accurate depiction of animal behavior/traits and describe three inaccurate depictions.

R
2.25

Bug's Life

F
2.26

Bug's Life
Bug's Life Assignment - MONDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
2.16

SNOW DAY

W
2.17

Arthropoda Book Work
Color Plates - TOMORROW
Arthropoda Scrapbook Page - MONDAY
R
2.18
Color Plates
Present Book Work
Scrapbook - MONDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
2.8

Survey Lab
Survey Lab - WEDNESDAY
T
2.9
Coolest Worm Extra Credit
Survey Lab
Interrogating an Insect Society


Lab - TOMORROW
W
2.10
Survey Lab
Life in the Undergrowth: Supersocieties

R
2.11
Video WS
Finish Life in the Undergrowth: Supersocieties

F
2.12

Arthropoda Color Plates
Color Plates - Wednesday

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
2.1

Shape of Life: The Conquerors


T
2.2

Shape of Life: The Conquerors
Arthropoda Notes & Organization of the Phyla




W
2.3

Arthropod Webquest

Webquest - TOMORROW
R
2.4
Webquest
Arthropod Survey Lab


F
2.5

Arthropod Survey Lab


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
1.25

Live Lab - Light Data Collection
Coolest Worm Project - Pick Worm
- Common Name and Scientific Name
- Classification à Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
- Habitat and Role / Niche in Environment (including place in food chain)
- A Picture (at least 6” X 6” in size; color)
- Description of Identifying Characteristics / Physical Appearance
- Its Means of Locomotion
- Its Importance to Humans and/or the Environment
- *Description of What Makes This Worm So Unique / Special / Weird*
- Diary Entry (paragraph)
- Resources Used (at least 3) à bibme.org
Pre-Lab Annelid Dissection
Live Lab - Wednesday
T
1.26

Annelid Dissection
Earthworm Anatomy: Internal & External
Models & Slides

W
1.27
Live Lab & Dissection
Comparing Worm Phyla

R
1.28

Worm Review

F
1.29

Worm Test


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
1.19
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Video Notes
Natural Born Hustlers
Scrapbook Pages - WEDNESDAY
W
1.20
What does annelid stand for?
Turned In Last Week:
- Annelid Webquest
- Annelid Book Work
- Segmented Worms Color Plates
- Nematode Scrapbook Page
- Annelid Scrapbook Page
Catch-Up Day
- Complete Work that should be turned in
- Write procedure/data table for light portion of live lab --> NEED CORL'S INITIALS BEFORE YOU START LAB TOMORROW

R
1.21
What purpose does the clitellum serve?

Annelid Live Lab

F
1.22
Are earthworms polychaetes or oligochaetes? How do you know from looking at them yesterday?
Getting Started (6)
Wrap-Up Live Lab
Pre-Lab Dissection


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
1.11
Why is segmentation a benefit?
Are humans segmented? Why or why not?
Webquest
Segmented Worm Notes

Biology Of Annelids Video
Nematode & Annelid Scrapbook Pages - FRIDAY
T
1.12


Segmented Worms Color Plates
Color Plates - FRIDAY
W
1.13


Color Plate Work Time

R
1.14


Annelid Book Work --> Group Work Time (Google Sheets)

F
1.15

Scrapbooks (Nematodes & Annelids)
Annelid Book Work Presentation


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

W
1.6
Name 2 traits you share with a roundworm/nematode.

Shape of Life: Explosion of Life

R
1.7
Why is the Cambrian time known as the Cambrian explosion?
Video WS
Finish Shape of Life: Explosion of Life
Segmented Worm Webquest

Nematode & Annelid Scrapbook Pages - FRIDAY 1.15
Webquest - MONDAY
F
1.8
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Scrapbook Page & Webquest Work Time
Nematode & Annelid Scrapbook Pages - FRIDAY 1.15

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
12.14
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Evolution: Why Sex?

T
12.15
---
Why Sex WS
Finish Why Sex?
Summarize Reproduction

R
12.17
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Exam
Scantron
Semester Exam
Eat Cookies

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
12.7
---
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Roundworm Webquest

Webquest - TUESDAY
T
12.8
What body cavity plan do round worms have? How is this different from flatworms?
Webquest
Roundworm Notes & Video

W
12.9
Name 3 roundworm "firsts".
Getting Started (7)
Nematode Preserved Lab

R
12.10
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Preserved Lab
Nematode Book Group Work

F
12.11
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Monsters Inside Me
Monsters Inside Me: Round Worms


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.30
Why is it important for a flatworm to be flat?
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Check Planarians - LAST DAY
Webquest, Scrapbook, Feeding Lab, Live Lab Work Time
Planarian Regeneration Paragraph - THURSDAY
Platyhelminth Scrapbook Page - FRIDAY
T
12.1
List at least 5 platyhelminth "firsts".
Live Lab
Feeding Lab
Webquest
The Biology of Flatworms
Work Time

W
12.2
List one similarity between porifera, cnidarians & platyhelminths.

List one similarity between cnidarians & platyhelminths.

Platyhelminth Review
- Branches on the Tree of Life
- Kahoot!
TEST TOMORROW

Scrapbook - FRIDAY
R
12.3
---
Test

Regeneration Lab & Paragraph
Platyhelminth Test

F
12.4
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Platyhelminth Scrapbook Page
Work Time:
- Regeneration Lab & PARAGRAPH
- Round Worm Webquest

Webquest - TUESDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.23
---
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Lab & Book Work Time

T
11.24

Lab & Book Work (by end of period)
Lab & Book Work Time
Platyhelminth Webquest

Webquest - Tuesday 12.1

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.16
---
---
Planaria Surgery
SOL: The First Hunter
---
T
11.17
Describe two, external traits that planarians exhibit that the rest of the animal kingdom does as well.
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Check Planarians
Shape of Life

W
11.18
What is a pharynx? What is it used for?
SOL Video WS
Check Planarians
Finish SOL
Platyhelminth Preserved Lab

R
11.19
---

Check Planarians
Platyhelminth Lab & Book Work
Book Work & Lab - TUESDAY
F
11.20
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Video WS
Check Planarians
Monster Inside Me


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.9
Which letter represents a feeding polyp? How do you know?
Which letter represents a reproductive polyp? How do you know?
How many organisms are shown in the picture?

Obelia Colony 2.JPG
Obelia Colony 2.JPG


Planaria Live Lab

Hydra Feeding
Hungry Hydra Lab - TOMORROW
T
11.10
What evidence did you see that the cnidarian was stinging the daphnia?
Hungry Hydra Lab
Planaria Feeding Lab

Paper Pass Back & Grade Check

Cnidarian Scrapbook Page Work Time
Porifera & Cnidarian Test - FRIDAY

Cnidarian Scrapbook Page - TOMORROW
W
11.11
1. Describe what alternation of generations is.
2. Draw a picture of both a medusa and polyp.
3. Label the aboral and oral end of each drawing.
Cnidarian Scrapbook Page
Cnidarian Review

Test - FRIDAY
R
11.12
Put the 4 classes of cnidarians in evolutionary order and explain why you chose that order.
Getting Started (9)
Present Cnidarian Posters
Porifera Review Jeopardy

Test - TOMORROW
F
11.13
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Porifera & Cnidarian Test
---

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.2
---

Color Plates Work Time
TEST FRIDAY
T
11.3


NO SCHOOL - WAIVER DAY

W
11.4

Color Plates
Cnidarian Scrapbook Work Time
Cnidarian Page due WEDNESDAY
R
11.5


Owl Prowler
Porifera & Cnidarian Test MOVED
F
11.6

Owl Prowler 15 facts
Finish Owl Prowler
Cnidarian Scrapbook Work Time
Cnidarian Page due WEDNESDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.26
Describe how the nematocyst and cnidocyte
are related.
Cnidarian Book Work
Finish Group Book Work
Cnidarian Preserved Lab

T
10.27
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Cnidarian Webquest
Preserved Lab

W
10.28
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Coral Bleaching Questions:
1. What is coral bleaching?
2. What causes coral bleaching?
3. What happened to corals in 1998?
4. Why are corals so important to oceanic life?
5. Describe the Great Barrier Reef.
6. List the websites you found your answers on (just the titles; not the full url)

R
10.29
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Coral Bleaching Questions
Hungry Hydra Lab

F
10.30
---
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Cnidarian Color Plates
Lab - WEDNESDAY
Color Plates - WEDNESDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.19
---
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Scrapbook Work Time
Porifera Scrapbook Page - TOMORROW
T
10.20
What kinds of marine animals sting?
Porifera Scrapbook Page
Shape of Life: Life on the Move

W
10.21
List at least three differences between sponges and cnidarians.
Video WS
SOL: Life on the Move
Cnidarian Notes

R
10.22
List 3 evolutionary advances made by the Cnidarian phyla.

Finish Cnidarian Notes

Cnidarian Book Work - Groups

1. Answer questions
2. Visual
3. Everyone answers #9

F
10.23


Cnidarian Webquest



Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.12
Which body plans corresponds to which cross section? How do you know?
Porifera Cross Sections.JPG
Porifera Cross Sections.JPG

Porifera Book Work

Porifera Lab
Porifera Color Plates

Porifera Color Plates

T
10.13
The Porifera phyla's evolutionary addition to the animal kingdom is . This is described by the phrase: sponges have surpassed the colonial protists that were just loose association of independent cells. This addition can also clearly be seen in your color plates.

The First Many Celled Animals: Sponges


W
10.14
Would you rather have smaller more frequent test or larger less frequent tests?
Video WS & Sponge Evolution
Evolution of Sponges

R
10.15
How are the ostium and osculum related?
What is the center space of the sponge called?
Color Plates

Getting Started (7)
Scrapbook Page Work Time
Porifera Scrapbook Page & Front Cover - MONDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.5
---
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Porifera Webquest Work Time

T
10.6
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Porifera Webquest
Porifera Notes



Introduce Scrapbook Project



W
10.7
Explain the difference between the term "monoecious" and "dioecious".

Porifera Lab


R
10.8
external image fssolCronoflagelado2.jpg
external image fssolCronoflagelado2.jpg

1. What is this part of a sponge called?
2. What is its function?
3. How does its structure aid in this function?

Porifera Book Work


F
10.9
Which body plan - ascon, sycon or leucon - is the most advantageous? Why?

Work Time


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
9.28
Cephalization arose many times throughout the animal kingdom, what does this suggest about it's evolutionary benefit?
Timing is Everything - Questions only

Embrology Color Plates - WHOLE THING
Animal Kingdom Review
Test WEDNESDAY
T
9.29
---
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Review Jeopardy
Test TOMORROW
W
9.30
---
Test
Animal Kingdom Test
---
R
10.1
What are your initial thoughts about sponges? List 5 or so things you think you know about them.
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Shape of Life: Origins
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F
10.2
Porifera means "to bear pores". Describe how that is a correct description of the phyla.
Getting Started (7)
Shape of Life: Origins

Start Porifera Webquest

Webquest - TUESDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
9.21
A fertilized egg changed from one cell to two cells.

1. What is this process called?
2. What name would the first cell be given?
3. What two things came together to make the first cell?
4. DRAW what the next picture of cells would look like.
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Finish Embryology Lab
Lab - TOMORROW
T
9.22
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Embryology Lab
Timing is Everything Activity

Timing is Everything Questions:
  1. Write an explanation of why you ordered the drawings the way you did.
  2. What similarities do the drawings have?
  3. What differences?
  4. What trends do you see as you go from stage 1 to stage 3
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W
9.23
Embryology GS.jpg
Timing is Everything Activity w/ Questions on Back
Wrap Up Timing is Everything
Timing is Everything
Crash Course Animal Development
(phylogeny recapitulates ontogeny @ 7:15 to end)

WORK TIME
Animal Kingdom Test TUESDAY

Timing is Everything Reading & Questions -- FRIDAY

R
9.24
What is the difference between a protostome and a deuterostome?

Embryology Color Plates / Reading Work Time

F
9.25
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Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
9.14
List 3 qualities that ALL animals have.
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Animal Kingdom Notes: Introduction


Crash Course Animal Development

T
9.15
Tell me which germ layer (endoderm, mesoderm or ectoderm) will produce which part of the body:1. hair follicles
2. lungs lining
3. muscles
4. bones
5. nails
6. lining of the stomach

Animal Kingdom Notes: Embryology
Book Work - THURSDAY
W
9.16
Name 2 ways in which echinoderms don't follow typical evolutionary patterns.

Animal Kingdom Book Work

Book Work - TOMORROW
R
9.17
What is the difference between a diploblastic organism and a triploblastic organism? Which one is more advanced? Give an example of an organism (or phyla) that is diploblastic and triploblastic.
Animal Kingdom Book Work

Getting Started (4)
Embryology Lab

Lab - TUESDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
9.8
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Animal Kingdom Organization Color Plates & Questions

Color Plates & Questions - TOMORROW
Test FRIDAY
W
9.9
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Color Plates & Questions
Cladogram Project Work Time

R
9.10
Describe the function of the three classes of genes (1. HOX genes; 2. Gene Switches 3. Protein Genes)
Cladogram Projects
Getting Started (5)
Review for Unit 1 Test




F
9.11


Unit 1 Test
  • PRINCIPALS OF EVOLUTION
  • I can describe the process of natural selection (variation, overproduction, competition, survival of the fittest, reproduction); artificial selection and sexual selection in terms of evolutionary change.
  • I can describe the roles of adaptations (behavioral/anatomical/physiological) in reproductive success.
  • I can infer about the genetic relationships between organisms at various locations on a cladogram
  • I can accurately analyze a cladogram (clade, derived trait, hierarchy, synapomorphy, symplesiomorphy, monophyletic, polyphyletic, paraphyletic)
  • I can explain the importance of evolutionary process and genetics to the field of Zoology.
  • CLASSIFICATION (PHYLOGENY)
  • I can define binomial nomenclature and taxonomy and correctly write a scientific name
  • I can outline current biological classification system
  • I can explain why organisms in a lower classification level are more related that those in higher levels
  • I can summarize what systematics and taxonomy are and how they relate and differ from nomenclature
  • I can utilize the classification and explain the degrees of relatedness based on it
  • I can identify the three domains and explain what makes them different


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
8.31
What is a cladogram? What use does it serve?

Intro Notes Pt 3
Start Classification & Cladograms WS

Pictures for #25:

Classification & Cladograms WS - THURSDAY
T
9.1

1. Which animals are the most related? How do you know?
2. Which animal is the least related to the other three? How do you know?
3. What's the scientific name of the lion?
What Darwin Never Knew
Finish Notes
Finish What Darwin Never Knew


W
9.2
Describe what is meant by the phrase "it is not the genes you have, but how you use them that creates diversity in the animal kingdom".

Intro Cladogram Project

Work Time: Cladogram Project

R
9.3
What is a phyla?
Classification & Cladograms WS
Work Time: Cladogram Project

F
9.4
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Video WS
Life: Challenges of Life
Cladogram Project - WEDNESDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
8.24
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.

Intro to Zoo Book Work
Book Work - TOMORROW
T
8.25
Describe evolution in 3-5 sentences.

What Darwin Never Knew Pt 1


W
8.26
How are a scientific law and a scientific theory related?

Introduction to Zoology Notes Pt 1



R
8.27
external image patterns_intro.gif

1. What is the most symplesiomorphic trait on the cladogram?
2. What is the automorphic trait on the cladogram?
3. What is a synapomorphic trait?
4. What is the oldest (evolutionary speaking) taxon?
5. What is the youngest (evolutionary speaking) taxon?
Book Work
Intro Notes Pt 2
What Darwin Never Knew Pt 2

F
8.28
1. What is the most symplesiomorphic trait on the cladogram?
2. What is the automorphic trait on the cladogram?
3. What is a synapomorphic trait?
4. What is the oldest (evolutionary speaking) taxon?
5. What is the youngest (evolutionary speaking) taxon?
6. When grouping the mice and chimp, this would be what kind of group?
7. When grouping the perch and salamander, this would be what kind of group?
8. When grouping the pigeon and chimp, this would be what kind of group?

external image FEW9TWHHSHEGER4.LARGE.gif
Getting Started (5)
What Darwin Never Knew Pt 3


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

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

Lab Drawing Lab
Textbook Scavenger Hunt & Animal Introductions

Animal Introductions - THURSDAY
T
8.18
Describe 5 "bad" & 5 "good" things in the following picture.
Safety Picture

Introduction to Zoological Methods Laboratory


W
8.19
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.

Lab Work Time
Lab - FRIDAY
R
8.20
Describe when you would use a microscope vs a stereoscope.
Animal Introductions
Share Animal Introductions
Lab Work Time
Introduction to Zoology Book Work

Lab - TOMORROW
F
8.21
Describe evolution in 3-5 sentences.
Introduction Lab
Dice Get to Know You

1 - What your spirit animal would be a why?
2 - If you were a millionaire I would...
3 - 3 activities/hobbies you do outside of school
4 - 4 of your favorites (color, food, sport, etc.)
5 - After high school I plan on ...
6 - 6 things about you (that we can't tell)
Book Work - TUESDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

R
8.13

Syllabus Page 1

Safety Paperwork

Animal Ice Breaker & Seating Charts
Scientific Drawings


F
8.14

Syllabus Page 2
Scientific Drawings
Classroom Agreement - MONDAY