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Front of room your partner is next to you not across from you

Front of RoomYour partner is next to you (not across from you)

Tia Elizabeth

Nicole Emperor

Destinee Sequoia

Steven Skyeler

Jarred Kevin

Jenna Naidaliz

Noah Priscilla

KiraRitshly

Aaron Justin

Ronica Sara

Zak Tracey Natalie

DJ Emily Tiarrah


Bio 9b monday 9 26 11 title microscope lab

Bio 9B: Monday, 9.26.11Title: Microscope Lab!

  • Homework: Reading and questions from 7.1 (See Assignment Sheet) if you didn’t do it already

  • Do Now: with your partner

    • Label the diagram of the microscope on the packet

      Today’s Objectives:

    • Identify the parts of a compound light microscope

    • Make a wet mount slide

    • Use a microscope to bring a specimen into focus


Today s agenda

Today’s Agenda:

Microscope Lab

Parts of the Microscope

Instructions on Safe Handling of the Microscope

Complete the Lab


Identifying the components of a compound microscope

Identifying the components of a Compound Microscope

  • Class Objective: Identify the major parts of a compound microscope

Eyepiece

Nosepiece

Arm

Objective lenses

Stage clips

Coarse focus

Stage

Fine focus

Diaphragm

Light

Power switch

Base


Using a compound microscope

Using a Compound Microscope

  • Materials

  • Slide

  • Coverslip

  • Water and dropper (don’t mess with these!)

  • Scissors (NOT for cutting paper or hair off someone’s head!)

  • Forceps

  • Lens paper

  • Class Objectives:

  • 1. Identify the major parts of a compound microscope

  • 2. Prepare a wet-mount slide

  • 3. Use microscope adjustments to focus the microscope and bring images into view


Using a compound microscope1

Using a Compound Microscope

  • Microscope Tutorial

  • Follow the instructions to complete the microscope tutorial.

  • Do not move on to the next step until your teacher has checked your slides and has determined that you have identified the appropriate objects with your microscope.

  • Class Objectives:

  • 1. Identify the major parts of a compound microscope

  • 2. Prepare a wet-mount slide

  • 3. Use microscope adjustments to focus the microscope and bring images into view


Bio 9b tuesday 9 27 11 title mit research study

Bio 9B: Tuesday, 9.27.11Title: MIT Research Study

Homework: In your notebook, answer questions on back of assignment sheet. Use textbook pages 174-175.

AND Complete the “Assent” and “Consent” forms for MIT

Do Now: (Silently)

  • Complete the Unit 2 Pre-Assessment

  • When finished, open your notebook and respond to the following (w/ today’s date and title)

    • How much experience do you have with video games and/or computer programming? Describe your experience.

    • Do you think that playing video games and/or programming computers is educational? What do you learn from doing these things (if anything)? Explain your answer.


Bio 9b tuesday 9 27 11 title mit research study1

Bio 9B: Tuesday, 9.27.11Title: MIT Research Study

Homework: In your notebook, answer questions on back of assignment sheet. Use textbook pages 174-175.

AND Complete the “Assent” and “Consent” forms for MIT

Today’s Objectives:

  • Identify what you know and need to learn about cells.

  • Explain why and how we are participating in the MIT Research Study

  • Demonstrate what you know about topics we’ll be learning in the MIT Research Study

    Today’s Agenda:

  • Unit 2 Pre-Assessment and Do Now

  • Explain MIT Research Study

  • Complete MIT Pre-Assessment and Survey

  • Start HW


Bio 9b thursday 9 29 11 title what are cells

Bio 9B: Thursday, 9.29.11Title: What are cells?

  • Homework: Be ready to explain your assigned organelle.

  • Do Now: (Silent)

    Get your Unit 2 Pre-Test.

    Fill in the “Pre-Test” column for Objectives 1-4, based on your score on pre-test questions 1-4.

  • Today’s Objectives:

    • Explain the 4-point grade scale and objective tracking system.

    • Identify 3 components in ALL cells.

    • Explain why cells are important to all living things

    • Label and contrast key organelles in plant and animal cells


Today s agenda1

Today’s Agenda:

Hand back Unit 1 Quest and Unit 2 Pre-Test

Start tracking what you know for Unit 2

Notes/HW Review: What are Cells and Organelles?

Eukaryotic Cell Diagram Labeling Activity

Cell Organelle Speed Dating Planning


How each objective is graded

How Each Objective is Graded

0 = No knowledge shown (0%)

1 = Insufficient knowledge shown, OR partial knowledge shown with help (30%)

2 = Partial knowledge shown, OR knowledge shown on simpler tasks (65%)

3 = MEETS EXPECTATIONS FOR PROFICIENCY. Knowledge shown on simple and complex tasks (90%)

4 = Exceeds expectations. Able to apply and extend knowledge (100%)

Your quiz grade is an average of these percents for all objectives on the quiz, as well as your grade out of 7 on the open response


Unit 2 tracking your learning

Unit 2 – Tracking your learning

  • Get your Unit 2 Pre-Test AND a Unit 2 Tracking chart

  • For objectives 1-4, fill in the score from your pre-test

  • Staple this chart into your notebook! You will use it to track your learning as we do lessons and assignments in this unit.


Taking notes in class class norms

Taking Notes in Class: Class Norms

  • Purpose:

    • Review and add details to the notes you took from the reading

    • Take notes on new information

    • Discuss and ask questions about the day’s topic

    • Draw diagrams so you can picture what we’re learning

  • How it works:

    • Mix of “Cold calling” (popsicle sticks) and volunteers

      • What if you don’t know?

    • During Note-Taking, you should be:

      • Listening and ready to answer a question

      • Quietly writing down notes and drawing diagrams from the board UNLESS they’re a repeat of your HW

      • Asking questions about things you don’t understand or things you want to know more about!


What are cells

What are Cells?

9/29/11


Silent do now 1 1 minute

Silent Do Now #1 (1 minute)

  • Write down 3 observations about this image:

  • This is the first image anyone ever saw of cells!

  • Class Objectives:

  • Identify 3 components that ALL cells have

  • Explain why cells are important to All living things

  • Explain where the heck cells come from


Do now 2 write down one similarity among all of these pictures 1 minute

Do Now #2: Write down ONESIMILARITY among all of these pictures: (1 minute)

  • Class Objectives:

  • Identify 3 components that ALL cells have

  • Explain why cells are important to All living things

  • Explain where the heck cells come from


What makes a cell

What makes a cell?

  • Class Objectives:

  • Identify 3components that ALL cells have

  • Explain why cells are important to All living things

  • Explain where the heck cells come from

3 things ALL cells have:

  • Cell membrane (barrier)

  • DNA(genetic info)

  • Cytoplasm(fluid)


Sketch both cells in your notebook label which is eukaryotic and prokaryotic

Sketch both cells in your notebook.Label which is eukaryotic and prokaryotic.

  • Cell membrane

  • DNA

  • Prokaryote

  • Cytoplasm

  • Eukaryote

  • (DNA floating in cytoplasm)

  • (DNA inside the nucleus)


Important ideas about cells aka the cell theory

Important Ideas About Cells:(aka- the Cell Theory)

  • Class Objectives:

  • Identify 3 components that ALL cells have

  • Explain why cells are important to All living things

  • Explain where the heck cells come from

1. All living things are made of cells.

  • Unicellular Organisms (one-celled)

  • Multicellular Organisms (many cells)


Important ideas about cells aka the cell theory1

Important Ideas About Cells:(aka- the Cell Theory)

  • Class Objectives:

  • Identify 3 components that ALL cells have

  • Explain why cells are important to All living things

  • Explain where the heck cells come from

  • Cells give an organism its structure and function - they control everything the organism needs to do to stay alive

  • Even the most complex organisms are made of

  • a bunch of different types

  • of cells working together.


Important ideas about cells aka the cell theory2

Important Ideas About Cells:(aka- the Cell Theory)

  • Class Objectives:

  • Identify 3 components that ALL cells have

  • Explain why cells are important to All living things

  • Explain where the heck cells come from

  • New cells come from pre-existing cells.

  • A prokaryotic cell splits into two identical cells by the process of binary fission.

  • A eukaryotic cell splits into two identical daughter cells by the process of mitosis.


Agenda update

Agenda Update:

HW Review with Clickers

This is part of today’s HW check

Eukaryotic Cell Diagram Labeling Activity

Cell Organelle Speed Dating Planning


Hw review w clickers what is the best definition of an organelle

HW Review w/ Clickers!What is the best definition of an organelle?

5

  • A special type of cell

  • A factory

  • A “tiny organ” that does a certain job inside a cell

  • An organ, such as the stomach, liver, or kidneys

0


What is the fluid that fills a cell between the cell membrane and the nucleus

What is the fluid that fills a cell between the cell membrane and the nucleus?

5

  • Chloroplast

  • Cytoplasm

  • Blood

  • Syrup

0


Which organelle is found in plant cells but not animal cells

Which organelle is found in plant cells but NOT animal cells?

5

  • Nucleus

  • Mitochondria

  • Chloroplast

  • Cytoplasm

0


Plant cells and animal cells are both eukaryotic because they both have

Plant cells and animal cells are both eukaryotic because they both have

5

  • DNA

  • Ribosomes

  • Mitochondria

  • Nucleus

0


Agenda

Agenda

HW Review with Clickers

Eukaryotic Cell Diagram Labeling Activity

Cell Organelle Speed Dating Planning


Eukaryotic cell diagram labeling

Eukaryotic Cell Diagram Labeling

  • Class Objectives:

  • Identify the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

  • Explain the functions of the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

  • Work with a partner to label the plant and animal cell diagrams (do your best, the book diagrams and these diagrams do not match perfectly… this is to make you think!)


Cell organelle speed dating planning

Cell Organelle Speed Dating Planning

  • Class Objectives:

  • Identify the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

  • Explain the functions of the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

  • Work w/ partner to research your assigned organelle

  • Specifically, you need to know the key structures and functionsof your organelle.

  • This needs to be completed by the beginning of tomorrow’s class

  • When finished: Work on Skeletal System packet


Bio 9b friday 9 30 11 title organelle speed dating

Bio 9B: Friday, 9.30.11Title: Organelle Speed Dating

  • Do Now: (Silent)

    Complete the half-sheet of paper on cells.

  • Homework: 2 things!

    • Complete the Speed Dating Reflection worksheet

    • Finish up the diagrams and questions on yesterday’s worksheet if you haven’t already

      Both will be collected on Monday!

  • Today’s Objectives:

    • Identify the function of organelles in eukaryotic cells.

    • Explain how the organelles work together inside a cell, by making connections between the functions of different organelles.


Cell organelle speed dating

Cell Organelle Speed Dating

  • Class Objectives:

  • Identify the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

  • Explain the functions of the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

  • Make connections between the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

Organelle Speed Dating Set-Up:

  • Pair With your organelle buddy:

    • Your instructor will distribute slips of paper with a description of each organelle.

    • Read each slip and pass it along until you find the one that matches your organelle!

    • Check with your teacher, then write that description into your chart. That’s what you’ll share with other organelles during the speed dating.


Cell organelle speed dating1

Cell Organelle Speed Dating

  • Class Objectives:

  • Identify the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

  • Explain the functions of the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

  • Make connections between the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

Organelle Speed Dating Rules:

  • When you meet another organelle:

    • Introduce yourselves and shake hands

    • Find out each other’s jobs (2 min.)

    • Find a connection between the two of you – how do your jobs relate? (1 min.)

    • Record information in the Organelle Chart.

    • People facing the board move one seat over (follow the numbers!!)

      HW: Speed Dating Reflection and Organelle Review worksheet


Notebook collection

Notebook Collection

  • Take any important papers out of your notebook and put them in your Biology folder

  • I will check your notebook over the weekend for all notes and HWs that should be in there. Expect a HW detention for Monday if they’re not there!

  • Put your notebook on the kidney table, then find your Organelle partner and sit together at the lab tables


Front of room your partner is next to you not across from you

9B BiologyFront of room

Seats – Some new, some the same.

Tia

Naidaliz

Destinee

Sequoia

Noah

Tiarrah

Natalie

Emperor

Emily

Zakaria

Donovan

Skyeler

Ritshly

Priscilla

Kevin

Tracey

Ronica

Sara

Jarred

Kira

Justin

Elizabeth

Steven

Aaron

Jenna

Nicole


Bio 9b monday 10 3 11 title a day in the life of a cell

Bio 9B: Monday, 10/3/11 Title: A Day in the Life of a Cell

  • Homework:1-2 paragraphs on making proteins in cells – see assignment sheet for details! (This is a project grade!)

  • Silent Do Now: (in notebook, w/ date & title)

    • What comes to your mind when you think about protein?

      • What do you think a protein is?

      • Where do you think proteins are found?

      • Why might proteins be important?

  • Objectives: By the end of class you will be able to:

    • Explain 3 reasons why proteins are important for cells and living things.

    • Explain how at least 5 organelles work together to make and use proteins in cells.


  • Please take out and hand in

    Please take out and hand in:

    • MIT Consent Form (pink or white packet)

    • MIT Assent Form (green or pink sheet)

    • If you didn’t get these signed – I need them back either signed OR with a note from your parent saying that they do not want you to participate


    Today s agenda2

    Today’s Agenda:

    Notes/Lecture:

    Define Proteins

    How Cells Make & Use Proteins:

    Interactive Diagram/Animation

    Finish up Organelle Speed Dating

    Clicker Review w/ Organelles and Diagrams


    Put this in your notebook

    Put this in your notebook:

    • Class Objectives:

    • Describe 3 things that proteins do for the body

    Proteins – Large molecules that do many important jobs in living things, such as:

    • Form body structures(muscle, bone, hair, eyes, nails, skin)

    • Act as enzymes to speed up chemical reactions (like digestion) in our bodies

    • Act as hormones that send signals through the bloodstream

      [And many other things we’ll learn about later!]


    Agenda a day in the life of a cell

    Agenda: A Day in the Life of a Cell

    Defining Proteins

    How Cells Make & Use Proteins:

    Interactive Diagram/Animation

    You need:

    Diagram

    Script/Outline

    One colored pencil and your own pen/pencil

    Put everything else away.


    Proteins

    A Day in the Life of The Cell

    Proteins

    Proteins are large molecules that do many important jobs in living things, such as:

    • Form body structures (muscle, bone, hair, nails, skin)

    • Act as enzymes to speed up chemical reactions (like digestion) in our bodies

    • Act as hormones that send signals through the bloodstream

      [And many other things we’ll learn about later!]


    Front of room your partner is next to you not across from you

    A Day in the Life of The Cell

    Released into blood stream and used as hormone

    Golgi Apparatus

    (Modifies and shapes the protein)

    Ribosome

    Protein being formed at Ribosome

    Protein

    Nucleus

    Cytoplasm

    Protein could go to membrane to be released into blood stream

    Or the protein could go to a lysosome to be a digestive enzyme

    RNA

    Vesicle

    (“bubble” that transports proteins)

    E.R.

    Lysosome

    (transports and packages proteins)

    RNA

    Cell Membrane

    ::Blood Stream::

    Food or waste particle

    DNA

    ATP energy

    (for the cell to use)

    CO2 + H2O

    Ribosomes

    (Holds genetic information)

    Mitochondria

    Cell Respiration

    Glucose + O2

    (Copies info from DNA and carries it to the Ribosome to make proteins)


    Homework reminder

    Homework Reminder

    • 1-2 detailed paragraphs (typed or neatly written on separate paper) that describe:

      How does a cell make and use proteins?

      Include at least 5 different organelles in your answer, and explain how they work together to make and use proteins.

      Also include at least one possible place where the protein could end up, and what it would do there.


    Today s agenda3

    Today’s Agenda:

    Notes/Lecture:

    Define Proteins

    How Cells Make & Use Proteins:

    Interactive Diagram/Animation

    Finish up Organelle Speed Dating

    Clicker Review w/ Organelles and Diagrams


    Go back to where you left off on friday

    Go back to where you left off on Friday…

    • Outer Circle: Go back to your same seat.

    • Inner Circle: Find the person you last talked to, and sit across from them.

    • Outer circle moves this time! Outer circle will move to the RIGHT.

    • Continue introducing yourself to each organelle, writing down their job, and finding a connection…


    Organelle speed dating wrap up

    Organelle Speed Dating Wrap-Up

    • Sit with your original partner.

    • Get your Bio folder and take out the Speed Dating Reflection worksheet.

    • You have 5 minutes to add any reflections to this sheet, and to check your Organelle Charts to make sure you both have all the right info.

    • After this, you and your partner will be a team in a clicker review game. Make sure you know your stuff!


    Clicker review cell organelles

    Clicker Review: Cell Organelles

    • Send ONE person from your pair to get their clicker

    • Grab a seat up front – sit with your organelle partner

    • Discuss the answers with your partner… each pair clicks in one answer

    • This is a competition, so don’t shout out the answers!

    • As we go, check your answers on your Organelle Chart


    Makes proteins by following instructions from dna

    Makes proteins by following instructions from DNA.

    27

    • Nucleus

    • Ribosome

    • Mitochondria

    • Vacuole

    12


    Uses sunlight energy to make sugar photosynthesis

    Uses sunlight energy to make sugar (photosynthesis)

    28

    • Mitochondria

    • Cytoplasm

    • Chloroplast

    • Cell wall

    12


    Contains dna which controls cell activities and reproduction

    Contains DNA, which controls cell activities and reproduction.

    28

    • Ribosome

    • Cell membrane

    • Golgi apparatus

    • Nucleus

    12


    Digests food and cell wastes

    Digests food and cell wastes.

    28

    • Ribosome

    • Lysosome

    • Chromosome

    • Endoplasmic reticulum

    12


    3 things all cells have

    3 things all cells have:

    • Nucleus, cell wall, ribosomes

    • Nucleus, cell membrane, DNA

    • Mitochondria, nucleus, DNA

    • DNA, cytoplasm, cell membrane


    Breaks down food to release energy that the cell can use cell respiration

    Breaks down food to release energy that the cell can use (cell respiration)

    28

    • Mitochondria

    • Cytoplasm

    • Chloroplast

    • Cell wall

    11


    Stores water and nutrients for the cell it is especially large in plant cells

    Stores water and nutrients for the cell. It is especially large in plant cells.

    28

    • Nucleus

    • Ribosome

    • Mitochondria

    • Vacuole

    12


    Racing leader board

    Racing Leader Board


    Modifies and transports proteins and assembles lipids into membranes

    Modifies and transports proteins, and assembles lipids into membranes.

    28

    • Nucleus

    • Ribosome

    • Endoplasmic reticulum

    • Lysosome

    12


    Modifies sorts and packages proteins for storage or to be shipped out of the cell

    Modifies, sorts, and packages proteins for storage or to be shipped out of the cell.

    28

    • Cell membrane

    • Golgi apparatus

    • Endoplasmic reticulum

    • Chloroplast

    12


    A barrier around all cells that controls what enters and leaves the cell

    A barrier around all cells that controls what enters and leaves the cell.

    28

    • Cell membrane

    • Cell wall

    • DNA

    • Nucleus

    12


    Supports the inside of the cell and gives it shape helps with cell and organelle movement

    Supports the inside of the cell and gives it shape. Helps with cell and organelle movement.

    28

    • Nucleus

    • Cytoskeleton

    • Cell wall

    • Endoplasmic reticulum

    12


    A sturdy structure outside the cell membrane that provides protection and support

    A sturdy structure outside the cell membrane that provides protection and support.

    28

    • Nucleus

    • Cytoskeleton

    • Cell wall

    • Endoplasmic reticulum

    0


    Front of room your partner is next to you not across from you

    The entire part of the cell between the nucleus and the cell membrane. Filled with water, nutrients, and organelles.

    28

    • Chloroplast

    • Cytoskeleton

    • Cell wall

    • Cytoplasm

    1


    Hw multiple choice question 2 why do some cells have more mitochondria than other cells

    HW Multiple Choice Question #2:Why do some cells have more mitochondria than other cells?

    28

    • The cells use more energy

    • The cells store more nutrients

    • The cells degrade more proteins

    • The cells divide more frequently

    0


    If a cell can t control what enters and leaves the cell which organelle is defective

    If a cell can’t control what enters and leaves the cell, which organelle is defective?

    • Cell wall

    • Cell membrane

    • Nucleus

    • Ribosome


    Participant scores

    Participant Scores


    Paper collection

    Paper Collection

    • Please find and hand in:

      • Organelle Speed Dating Reflection HW

      • Eukaryotic Cell Diagrams worksheet

    • Homework: 1-2 Paragraphs on how cells make proteins – see assignment sheet for details!


    Homework reminder1

    Homework Reminder

    • 1-2 detailed paragraphs (typed or neatly written on separate paper) that describe:

      How does a cell make and use proteins?

      Include at least 5 different organelles in your answer, and explain how they work together to make and use proteins.

      Also include at least one possible place where the protein could end up, and what it would do there.


    Bio 9b tuesday 10 4 11 title practice quiz and organelle review

    Bio 9B: Tuesday 10/4/11Title: Practice Quiz and Organelle Review

    • Homework:

      • Cells Under the Microscope Pre-Lab (1st page of lab packet)

    • Do Now:(Silent) Practice Quiz!

      • Complete the Practice Quiz WITHOUT looking at your notes.

      • If you finish early, work on the Skin & Bones packet

    • Objectives for Class:

      • Explain how the organelles in a cell work together to make and use proteins.

      • Identify the functions of the major organelles


    Front of room your partner is next to you not across from you

    Video: Inside a Eukaryotic cell


    Plant cell diagram

    Plant Cell Diagram:

    • Class Objectives:

    • Identify the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

    • Explain the functions of the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

    • Make connections between the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

    Lysosome

    Nucleus

    Golgi Apparatus

    Ribosome

    Chloroplast

    E.R. (rough)

    E.R. (smooth)

    Vacuole

    Mitochondrion

    Cell Wall

    Cytoplasm

    Cell

    Membrane


    Animal cell diagram

    Animal Cell Diagram

    • Class Objectives:

    • Identify the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

    • Explain the functions of the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

    • Make connections between the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

    Cytoskeleton

    Cell Membrane

    Golgi Apparatus

    Cytoplasm

    Nucleus

    Ribosome

    Mitochondrion

    Mitochondrion

    E.R.

    Lysosome

    Ribosomes


    Bio 9b thursday 10 6 10 title cells under the microscope lab

    Bio 9B: Thursday, 10/6/10Title: Cells Under the Microscope Lab

    • Homework: Study for Quiz, and finish lab analysis questions

    • Silent Do Now: (in notebook w/ title and date)

      • Describe one safety rule that you think is important for this lab.

      • Why do you think this is important?

      • If you have time, describe and explain the importance of other lab safety rules. You should be writing for the entire Do Now time.

    • Objectives for Class:

      • Follow proper lab safety rules and procedures.

      • Identify the visible organelles in a Eukaryotic Cell

      • Use microscope adjustments to focus the microscope and bring images into view


    Agenda1

    Agenda

    Review Safety Rules

    Cells Under the Microscope Lab


    Lab safety rules

    Lab Safety Rules

    DO’s

    DON’Ts

    • Use water droppers and iodine to make a proper wet-mount slide

    • Look at cheek cells and Elodea plant cells under the microscope

    • Be patient – seeing this stuff can be difficult! Look carefully and persevere.

    • Use forceps and scissors to manipulate specimens on the slides

    • Work quietly and productively w/ your assigned partner

    • Clean up by rinsing slides as the sink by your lab table

    • Put Elodea leaves in the trash when cleaning up

    • Put notebooks away, put bags under your chairs. Take only the lab packet and a pen/pencil back to your lab station.

    • Don’t squirt water or iodine anywhere other than on the slide

    • Don’t put anything else on microscope slides (pen ink has ruined some slides!)

    • Don’t stick/cut anything else with forceps or scissors

    • Don’t move to other tables or talk across the room

    • Don’t move across the room to clean up or get materials. If you need something, raise your hand!

    • Don’t rinse leaves down the drain!

    • Take anything other than the lab packet and a pen/pencil to your lab table.


    Cells under the microscope lab

    Cells Under the Microscope Lab

    • Class Objectives:

    • Identify the visible organelles in a Eukaryotic Cell

    • Prepare a wet-mount slide

    • Use microscope adjustments to focus the microscope and bring images into view

    • Listen silently to your teacher’s instructions (remember: time wasted is time you don’t get to work on the lab)

    • Send one person to get materials

    • Follow each step of the lab (read it out loud)

    • Record results on results page


    Bio 9b friday 10 7 11 title quiz cells

    Bio 9B: Friday, 10/7/11Title: Quiz - Cells

    • Homework:

      Section 8.1 – Read and complete the Reading for Understanding notes

    • Do Now:

      • Take out pen or pencil

      • Clear desk and get ready for quiz

    • Objectives:

      • Show what you know about cells on the quiz

      • Use Reading for Understanding strategies to gather information about energy and ATP from Section 8.1


    Bio 9b friday 10 7 11 title quiz cells1

    Bio 9B: Friday, 10/7/11Title: Quiz - Cells

    • Homework:

      Section 8.1 – Read and complete the Reading for Understanding notes

    • Quiz Rules:

      • Work silently on your own. (Avoid talking, tapping, and any other noise)

      • Raise your hand if you need something or have a question.

      • When finished: Get a textbook and begin the HW.

    • Objectives:

      • Show what you know about cells on the quiz

      • Use Reading for Understanding strategies to gather information about energy and ATP from Section 8.1


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