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Daily Agenda 3/28/2014 & 4/1/2014. Objective : To assess your knowledge of mitosis and further explore meiosis. Activities : Warm up questions Mitosis quiz Meiosis foldable Compare and contrast worksheet. Meiosis vs. Mitosis

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Daily agenda 3 28 2014 4 1 2014

Daily Agenda3/28/2014 & 4/1/2014

  • Objective: To assess your knowledge of mitosis and further explore meiosis.

  • Activities:

    • Warm up questions

    • Mitosis quiz

    • Meiosis foldable

    • Compare and contrast worksheet.

      • Meiosis vs. Mitosis

  • Essential Question:What are the similarities and differences between mitosis and meiosis?

  • Homework:

  • Due next class:

    • Meiosis foldable & worksheet

  • Due Today

    • Review packet on mitosis

    • Internet review on mitosis

    • Quiz on mitosis

    • Stamp sheet for collection

  • Warm-up:

    • What are the 3 stages of the cell cycle?

    • What are the phases within each stage?

    • Do you know the order in which they occur?


  • Daily agenda 4 2 2014 4 3 2014

    Daily Agenda4/2/2014 & 4/3/2014

    • Objective: To be able to predict potential genetic trait outcomes looking at monohybrid and dihybrid crosses.

    • Activities:

      • Warm-up: Short essay

      • Meiosis video

      • Interactive notes and practice problems

    • Essential Question:How can I use punnett squares to predict the probability of trait outcomes?

    • Homework:

  • Due Today

    • Meiosis foldable & worksheet

  • Warm-up:

    • How do you think meiosis relates to the topic of genetics?

    • Be prepared to share with small and large groups.


  • Daily agenda 4 4 2014

    Daily Agenda4/4/2014

    • Objective: To be able to predict potential genetic trait outcomes looking at monohybrid and dihybrid crosses.

    • Activities:

      • Warm-up

      • Interactive genetics notes

      • Khan Academy video(?)

      • Practice problems

    • Essential Question:How can I use punnett squares to predict the probability of trait outcomes?

    • Homework:

  • Due Today

    • News & Views due 11:59 to turnitin.com.

      • Hard copy or email will not be graded

  • Warm-up:

    • Use a Punnett square to predict what percentage of flowers will be purple (dominant allele) if you cross these two parent plants: Pp x pp

    • Use a book if you are having trouble.


  • Daily agenda 4 7 2014

    Daily Agenda4/7/2014

    • Objective: To be able to predict potential genetic trait outcomes looking at monohybrid and dihybrid crosses.

    • Activities:

      • Warm-up

      • Khan Academy video

      • Practice problems

    • Essential Question:How can I use Punnett squares to predict the probability of trait outcomes?

    • Homework:

  • Due Today

    • Notes packet

  • Warm-up:

    • None


  • Daily agenda 4 8 2014 4 9 2014

    Daily Agenda4/8/2014 & 4/9/2014

    Wallops Island

    Ecology take home unit


    Daily agenda 4 10 2014 4 11 2014

    Daily Agenda4/10/2014 & 4/11/2014

    • Objective: To be able to predict potential genetic trait outcomes looking at monohybrid and dihybrid crosses.

    • Activities:

      • Genetics practice problems

        • Group and individual work

    • Essential Question:How can I use punnett squares to predict the probability of trait outcomes?

    • Homework:

  • Due 4/21 & 4/22:

    • Chapter 3 ecology unit & quiz

  • Due 4/23 & 4/24:

    • Chapter 4 ecology unit & quiz

  • Warm-up:

    • Genetic practice problems worksheet


  • Daily agenda 4 21 2014 4 22 2014

    Daily Agenda4/21/2014 & 4/22/2014

    • Objective: To be able to predict potential genetic trait outcomes looking at monohybrid and dihybrid crosses.

    • Activities:

      • Ecology Quiz—Chapter 3

      • Genetics practice problems

    • Essential Question:How can I use Punnett squares to predict the probability of trait outcomes?

    • Homework:

  • Due Today:

    • Chapter 3 ecology unit & quiz

  • Due 4/23 & 4/24:

    • Chapter 4 ecology unit & quiz

  • Warm-up:

    • Look over notes for Chapter 3 quiz


  • Daily agenda 4 23 2014 4 24 2014

    Daily Agenda4/23/2014 & 4/24/2014

    • Objective: To be able to predict potential genetic trait outcomes looking at monohybrid and dihybrid crosses.

    • Activities:

      • Ecology Quiz—Chapter 4

      • Genetics practice problems

    • Essential Question:How can I use Punnett squares to predict the probability of trait outcomes?

    • Homework:

  • Due Today:

    • Chapter 4 ecology unit & quiz

  • Due 4/29 & 4/28:

    • Punnett Square Problems

  • Warm-up:

    • Look over notes for Chapter 4 quiz


  • Daily agenda 4 25 2014 4 28 2014

    Daily Agenda4/25/2014 & 4/28/2014

    • Objective: To be able to read a genetic karyotype.

    • Activities:

      • Genetic karyotyping online activity

      • Chapter 14 reading guide

    • Essential Question:What are the possible benefits to knowing a person’s karyotype?

    • Homework:

  • Due Today:

    • Punnett square problems (B Days)

    • Karyotyping activity worksheet

  • Due 4/29 & 4/30:

    • Chapter 5 ecology unit & quiz

  • Due 5/1 & 5/2:

    • Chapter 14 reading packet

  • Warm-up:

    None—Ms. Snow on fieldtrip 4/25


  • Daily agenda 4 29 2014 4 30 2014

    Daily Agenda4/29/2014 & 4/30/2014

    • Objective: To be able to read a pedigree.

    • Activities:

      • Chapter 5 Ecology quiz

      • Pedigree worksheet

      • Review of pedigrees and Punnett square problems

    • Essential Question:What are the possible medical benefits to knowing all that we do about the human genome?

    • Homework:

  • Due Today:

    • Punnett square problems (A Days)

    • Chapter 5 ecology unit & quiz

  • Due 5/1 & 5/2:

    • Pedigree worksheet if not completed in class

    • Chapter 14 reading packet

  • Warm-up:

    • Have out ecology unit schedule & 3 assignments

    • Look over notes for Chapter 5 quiz


  • Daily agenda 5 1 2014 5 2 2014

    Daily Agenda5/1/2014 & 5/2/2014

    • Objective: To be able to identify the components of DNA and explain DNA replication.

    • Activities:

      • Warm-up

      • DNA story time

      • DNA notes—History

      • Video

      • DNA notes—Structure & replication

    • Essential Question:How does knowing the structure of DNA help us better understand genetics?

    • Homework:

  • Due Today:

    • Punnett square problems

    • Chapter 14 reading packet

    • Pedigree worksheet if not completed in class

  • Due 5/5 & 5/6:

    • Chapter 6 Ecology packet & quiz

    • J Lab #1

    • DNA Lab

  • Warm-up:

    • Complete a dihybrid cross between a heterozygous brown (B) eyed male with a big nose (N) & and blue (b) eyed female heterozygous for a big nose.


  • Daily agenda 5 5 2014 5 6 2014

    Daily Agenda5/5/2014 & 5/6/2014

    • Objective: To be able to identify the components of DNA and explain DNA replication.

    • Activities:

      • Warm-up

      • Ecology 6 Quiz

      • DNA notes—Structure & replication

    • Essential Question:How does knowing the structure of DNA help us better understand genetics?

    • Homework:

  • Due Today:

    • Chapter 6 Ecology packet & quiz

    • J Lab #1

    • DNA Lab

  • Due 5/7 & 5/8:

    • Evolution online activity

    • Quiz on meiosis and genetics

    • Ecology children’s book

  • Warm-up:

    • What are the 4 nitrogenous bases. How do they pair up.


  • Daily agenda 5 7 2014 5 8 2014

    Daily Agenda5/7/2014 & 5/8/2014

    • Objective: To be able to explain the steps of protein synthesis.

    • Activities:

      • Warm-up

      • Genetics & meiosis quiz

      • DNA notes—Protein synthesis

    • Essential Question:What are the similarities and differences between DNA replication and protein synthesis?

    • Homework:

  • Due Today:

    • J Lab #1—late

    • J Lab 2 ?

    • DNA Lab ?

    • Ecology children’s book

    • Evolution online activity

  • Due 5/9 & 5/12:

    • Evolution online activity

  • Warm-up:

    • Define heterozygous and homozygous.

    • Review mono- and di-hybrid crosses.


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