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02.24.14 CBA#2 Review Day 1 . We will review earth, space, and organisms and environment science concepts by completing a review packet. . S. Match the organelle to the organ system that has a similar function. .

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02 24 14 cba 2 review day 1
02.24.14 CBA#2 Review Day 1

We will review earth, space, and organisms and environment science concepts by completing a review packet.

S

Match the organelle to the organ system that has a similar function.


P – 1. What allows life to exist on Earth? 2. How are a tundra and a forest biome different? Compare biotic and abiotic factors. 3. What are the two types of succession?

  • Characteristics of our solar system that allow for life to exist.

  • Accommodations for space exploration.

  • How different environments support different organisms.

  • Biodiversity contributes to sustainability.

  • Types of Ecological succession.

  • Levels of organization in plants and animals.

  • Differentiate between structure and function of plant and animal cells.

  • Compare function of cells to organisms (extracting energy and waste removal)

  • Parts of the cell theory and contributors.


A read the class set together answer the questions in your journal
A- Read the class set together!Answer the questions in your journal!


C cba test review packet
C – CBA Test Review Packet

Work with a partner to complete the packet. We will be grading it before the end of class!


E exit ticket
E – Exit Ticket

  • Which student expectations do you feel confident about? Why?

  • Which student expectations do you need more help with? Why?

  • How will you prepare for the CBA?

  • Do you need to come to tutoring tomorrow afternoon?


02 25 14 cba 2 review2
02.25.14 CBA#2 Review2

We will review earth, space, and organisms and environment science concepts by using the trashket/ whiteboard activity.

S

What type of cell is this? Which organelles help you identify this type of cell?


P make a t chart of what you know and do not know
P – Make a T-Chart of what you know and do not know.

  • Characteristics of our solar system that allow for life to exist.

  • Accommodations for space exploration.

  • How different environments support different organisms.

  • Biodiversity contributes to sustainability.

  • Types of Ecological succession.

  • Levels of organization in plants and animals.

  • Differentiate between structure and function of plant and animal cells.

  • Compare function of cells to organisms (extracting energy and waste removal.

  • Parts of the cell theory and contributors.


Trashket
- Trashket

Rules:

  • One person shoots at a time from each group.

  • Must have the correct answer and make the basket first

  • When the music stops you must be seated and quiet to listen to an explanation.


A c whiteboards
A/C -Whiteboards

Rules:

  • Use your whiteboard to answer

  • Music: Discuss answer with your group

  • When the music stops you show your answer (Voice 0)

  • Teams with correct answer get a point.



Function

__________ is the job a part performs, what something does.



Structure and allows it to stand tall?

__________ is the shape of the part and the material it is made from.



Which statement is NOT part of the cell theory? __________

  • All cells come from preexisting cells.

  • The cell is the basic unit of all living things.

  • All organisms are made up of one or more cells.

  • All cells contain a nucleus.


Why is the outline of a plant cell easier to see than the outline of an animal cell when you examine cells through a microscope?

Plant cells have a cell wall, but animal cells do not.


True or false- Deserts are outline of an animal cell when you examine cells through a microscope? arid places.


Which of the following is not found in all eukaryotic cells? outline of an animal cell when you examine cells through a microscope?

  • A cell membrane

  • Cytoplasm

  • A cell wall

  • Ribosomes


Which of the following statements best describes the type of cell on the picture?

  • A bacterium cell with no nucleus or membrane bound organelles.

  • A protist with membrane bound organelles and no nucleus.

  • A plant cell with all the features of a eukaryotic cell.

  • An animal cell with a nucleus and membrane bound organelles.


The structures inside the cells that help the cell perform functions to sustain life are known as?

Organelles.



Which organelle “burns” sugar to release energy using the process of cellular respiration?

Mitochondria



Which of the following is NOT a function of the cell membrane?

  • Separating the cell’s contents from its surroundings.

  • Controlling the passage of nutrients into the cell.

  • Controlling the passage of wastes out of the cell.

  • Converting energy from one form to another.


As part of a lab experiment, Jerry ranked the parts of organisms by their complexity. Write down the order Jerry ranked the parts from least to most complex.

Organ system

cells

tissue

organ

Organism


Multicellular organisms are made of many different types of cells that are specialized for specific functions. Because of their specialized cells, multicellular organisms are able to…

  • perform more functions that unicellular organisms.

  • pass genetic material form parent cells to new cells.

  • move from place to place.

  • carry out life functions.


When a cell divides to create two new cells, the genetic characteristics of the parent cell are passed on to the new cells by

  • The cytoplasm

  • The DNA

  • The endoplasmic reticulum

  • The Golgi complex


What functions can cells perform comparable to organisms? characteristics of the parent cell are passed on to the new cells by

Extracting energy, waste removal, digestion, reproduction


What is the source of energy for photosynthesis? characteristics of the parent cell are passed on to the new cells by

Sunlight


What are the products of photosynthesis? characteristics of the parent cell are passed on to the new cells by

Glucose &

Oxygen




Identify the abiotic factors of the following ecosystem. photosynthesis?

Sunlight and heat, water, air, soil.


List at least 3 biotic factors from this ecosystem. photosynthesis?

Alae, protozoans, plankton, rotting log, insects, kangaroo, trees etc…


List the levels of organization of the environment from smallest to largest.

Community

Organisms

population

Ecosystem

Biome


Which of these would be most likely to grow on a small land that was formed by a volcanic eruption?

Climbing vine

Hardwood tree

bush

Lichen


Which of the following is NOT a possible cause of ecological succession?

Fire

Flood

Earthquake

Changes in seasons




Which of the following is NOT a reason life exists on Earth? succession?

  • Presence of water

  • Earth rotates more quickly than other planets

  • Proximity to the sun

  • Composition of atmosphere


The space shuttle was the first succession?

  • rocket

  • artificial satellite

  • reusable space vehicle

  • space plane


Which of the following is the primary reason that the space shuttle was developed?

  • As a possible weapons delivery vehicle

  • To reduce the time and cost of getting humans into space

  • To help build future space stations

  • To speed up intercontinental travel times


Why might the discovery of liquid water on Europa be exciting to scientists searching for life in the solar system?

  • Liquid water is easier to study than ice

  • Liquid water is required for life on Earth

  • The presence of liquid water on Europa would mean that it has an atmosphere

  • Liquid water would make a perfect landing spot for a space probe.


An artificial satellite is exciting to scientists searching for life in the solar system?

  • not a real satellite

  • a human-made object placed in orbit around a body in space, such as Earth

  • a reusable vehicle used to carry humans to space

  • a human-made object that carries scientific instruments to distant planets.


Which is the least important function of a space suit? exciting to scientists searching for life in the solar system?

  • Provide oxygen

  • Protect from UV rays

  • Attaches to space shuttle

  • Waste management


The feeling of weightlessness in space experienced by astronauts is known as?

Microgravity


The study of which two planets is the most beneficial in allowing scientist to better understand Earth?

  • Mars and Jupiter

  • Mercury and Pluto

  • Saturn and Venus

  • Venus and Mars


Which of the following is NOT a way that space stations will help in the exploration of space?

  • Space stations will be used for refueling space vehicles without having to land on Earth

  • Space stations will be used for the construction of vehicles and other objects in space

  • Space stations will travel through space to distant planets

  • Space stations will be used as research stations in space.


E exit ticket1
E – help in the exploration of space?Exit Ticket

  • Which student expectations do you feel confident about? Why?

  • Which student expectations do you need more help with? Why?

  • How will you prepare for the CBA?


2 26 14 cba day
2.26.14 CBA DAY help in the exploration of space?

Class review:

  • Characteristics of our solar system that allow for life to exist.

  • Accommodations for space exploration.

  • How different environments support different organisms.

  • Biodiversity contributes to sustainability.

  • Types of Ecological succession.

  • Levels of organization in plants and animals.

  • Differentiate between structure and function of plant and animal cells.

  • Compare function of cells to organisms (extracting energy and waste removal)

  • Parts of the cell theory and contributors.


Words I might need to know: help in the exploration of space?

Arid- Dry

Rigidity- tough and strong

Scantons will be passed out the last 10 minutes of class.

Please read and re- read your test… there are some tricky questions!

Use your test taking strategies!


2.27.14 Goal Setting help in the exploration of space?

S-1. Which runner won the race? Explain.

2. Which runner stopped to rest? Explain.

3. How long was the stop? Explain.

4. How long did Bob take to complete the race? Explain

5. Calculate Albert’s average speed.


P trade and grade
P: Trade and Grade help in the exploration of space?


P shading it in
P help in the exploration of space?: Shading it in

Look at your test and data tracker.

1. What areas do you feel you know really well?

2. What areas do you need help with still?

3. Do you think you need to come to tutoring for these?

4. How are you going to learn the material you missed on this test as it will be on your final exam also?


A help in the exploration of space?- Create the chart Fill in the words and information in the chart from the TEK

(12) Organisms and environments. The student knows that living systems at all levels of organization demonstrate the complementary nature of structure and function. The student is expected to:

  • (B) identify the main functions of the systems of the human organism, including the circulatory, respiratory, skeletal, muscular, digestive, excretory, reproductive, integumentary, nervous, and endocrine systems;

    (13) Organisms and environments. The student knows that a living organism must be able to maintain balance in stable internal conditions in response to external and internal stimuli. The student is expected to:

  • (A) investigate how organisms respond to external stimuli found in the environment such as phototropism and fight or flight; and

  • (B) describe and relate responses in organisms that may result from internal stimuli such as wilting in plants and fever or vomiting in animals that allow them to maintain balance.


C reflect on how you can be successful this 3 weeks how do you plan on keeping your grade up
C- Reflect help in the exploration of space?on how you can be successful this 3 weeks. How do you plan on keeping your grade up?


E- help in the exploration of space?Answer the following questions while we watch the video

  • Name some of the body systems described in the video and tell what they do.

    • Some body systems describe in the video are…

  • What properties does bone have that make it a good structural support for the body?

    • Bones are good structural support because

  • What are the chemical workhorses of the endocrine system and what are some examples of the functions they direct?

    • Some chemical workhorses of the endocrine system are…

  • What are the five senses and how do they connect the body with the outside world?

    • The five sense are… they help the body connect with the outside world by

TEST NEXT FRIDAY on Body Systems!


2 21 14 write to learn cells and people
2.21.14 Write to learn: cells and people help in the exploration of space?

We will write how the functions of organisms are similar to the functions of cells.

S-Change the food web into an energy pyramid. Be sure to label the trophic levels and the amount of energy if the producers have 100,000KCal

Grass

Bird

Grasshopper

Deer

Fox

Frog

Snake

Raccoon

Wild cat


A while you watch complete the chart
A- While you watch complete the chart help in the exploration of space?


C/E help in the exploration of space?

Use the information in your chart to write an essay comparing the human body systems to cells. Be sure to include the names of the organelles, body systems and their functions


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