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  1. Bio 9C: Thursday, 9.23.10Title: Microscope Tutorial • Do Now: • Take out the Microscope Tutorial Lab Packet • Put everything else in your bags and get ready to move to the lab • Homework: Finish 7.1 Assignment for tomorrow • Objectives for Class: • Identify the major parts of a Microscope • Prepare a wet-mount slide • Use microscope adjustments to focus the microscope and bring images into view

  2. 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

  3. Using a Compound Microscope • Microscope Tutorial • Follow the instructions to complete the microscope tutorial. • Do not move on to the next step until Mr. Moretti has checked your slides and has determined that you have identified the appropriate objects with your microscope. • Class Objectives: • 1. Prepare a wet-mount slide • 2. Use microscope adjustments to focus the microscope and bring images into view

  4. Bio 9C: Friday, 9.24.10Title: What are cells? • Homework: • (change from assign sheet) • No Homework • Do Now: • Set up today’s notebook entry with the title and date in the proper format! • Write down at least 3 observations about what you see in the picture 

  5. Bio 9B: Thursday, 9.23.10Title: What are cells? • Today’s Objectives: • Identify 3 components that ALL cells have • Explain why cells are important to all living things • Explain where the heck cells come from • Maintain a neat and organized scientific notebook

  6. Agenda Notebook Review/ Note-taking Norms Cell Theory Notes Microscope Tutorial

  7. Scientific Notebook Guidelines • Class Objectives: • Maintain a neat and complete scientific notebook • Each entry should have… • Date (outside corner, under page #) • Title • Do Now (clearly labeled) • Notes – accurate, complete, detailed, w/ labeled diagrams! • Neatness • Other Guidelines: • Only Bio! • Never tear out a page! • Use your 2-pocket folder! • Key handouts stapled in! • Keep it nice! • You get graded on all this!

  8. Taking Notes in Class: Class Norms • Purpose: • Review and add details to the notes you took from the reading • Discuss and ask questions about the day’s topic • Draw diagrams so you can picture what we’re learning • How it works: • “Cold calling” – I will call randomly on students to check your understanding of the reading assignment and your ability to think on your feet! • If you don’t know, that’s ok – just say so. BUT you’re not off the hook – I will ask you to listen and repeat the answer to be sure you’ve got it! • During notes, you should be: • Quietly writing down notes and drawing diagrams from the board UNLESS they’re a repeat of your HW • Listening and ready to answer a question about the HW • Asking questions about things you don’t understand or things you want to know more about!

  9. Agenda Notebook Review/ Note-taking Norms Cell Theory Notes Microscope Tutorial

  10. What are Cells? PHA Biology 9 Moretti and Dickson

  11. What do you see? • 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

  12. Find ONE SIMILARITY among all of these pictures: • 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

  13. What makes a cell? 3 things ALL cells have: • Cell membrane (barrier) • DNA(genetic info) • Cytoplasm(fluid) • 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

  14. Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic CellsBoth Have These 3 Things • Cell membrane • DNA • Prokaryote • Cytoplasm • Eukaryote • (DNA floating in cytoplasm) • (DNA inside the nucleus) • Class Objectives: • Identify 3components that ALL cells have • Explain why cells are important to All living things • Explain where the heck cells come from

  15. What makes cells important and where do they come from? (aka- the Cell Theory) 1. All living things are made of cells. • Unicellular Organisms (one-celled) • Multicellular Organisms (many cells) • Class Objectives: • Identify 3components that ALL cells have • Explain why cells are important to All living things • Explain where the heck cells come from

  16. What makes cells important and where do they come from? (aka- the Cell Theory) • Cells give an organism its structure and function - they control everything the organism need to do to stay alive • Even the most complex organisms are made of • a bunch of different types • of cells working together. • Class Objectives: • Identify 3components that ALL cells have • Explain why cells are important to All living things • Explain where the heck cells come from

  17. What makes cells important and where do they come from? (aka- the Cell Theory) • New cells come from pre-existing cells. • One cell divides into two identical daughter cells by the process of mitosis. • Class Objectives: • Identify 3components that ALL cells have • Explain why cells are important to All living things • Explain where the heck cells come from

  18. Bio 9C: Monday, 9.27.10Title: Eukaryotic Cell Parts • Homework: • Complete the Cell Organelle Speed Dating Summary • Do Now: • Clicker Do Now on next Slide • Objectives for Class: • Identify the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell • Explain the functions of the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell

  19. What is the fluid that fills a cell between the cell membrane and the nucleus? 25 • Chloroplast • Cytoplasm • Blood • Syrup 20

  20. Plant cells and animal cells are both eukaryotic because they both have 25 • DNA • Ribosomes • Mitochondria • Nucleus 20

  21. What makes cells important and where do they come from? (aka- the Cell Theory) • New cells come from pre-existing cells. • One cell divides into two identical daughter cells by the process of mitosis. • Class Objectives: • Identify 3components that ALL cells have • Explain why cells are important to All living things • Explain where the heck cells come from

  22. Agenda Eukaryotic Cell Diagram Labeling Activity Cell Organelle Speed Dating Planning

  23. 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 your partner from the Microscope Tutorial to label the plant and animal cell diagrams (do your best, the book diagrams and these diagrams do not match perfectly… this is a good thing!)

  24. Tayquan Jamarie

  25. Agenda Eukaryotic Cell Diagram Labeling Activity Cell Organelle Speed Dating Planning

  26. 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 Organelle Speed Dating Planning: • Working with your partner from the Eukaryotic Cell Labeling activity, research the cell organelle that has been assigned you. • Specifically, you are need to know the key structures and functionsof your organelle. • Use the template titled, “Speed Dating Planning” to help organize your information (this is on the back of your Eukaryotic Cell Diagram Sheet). • This needs to be completed by the beginning of tomorrow’s class. • Take on the persona of your organelle.

  27. Bio 9C: Tuesday, 9.28.10Title: Eukaryotic Cell Organelle Speed Dating • Homework: • Complete the Cell Organelle Review and Speed Dating Reflection Assignment • Complete the pre-lab for the Cells Under the Microscope Lab. • Do Now: • Make a BIG circle with the desks and set the chairs up on either side of the circle • Find your organelle label at the lab benches and sit ACROSS from your organelle buddy • Objectives for Class: • 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

  28. Agenda Cell Organelle Speed Dating

  29. 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: • Pair With your organelle buddy: • Your instructor will distribute slips of paper with a description of each organelle. • Find the one that matches YOUR organelle and compare that description with the ORGANELLE SUMMARY on your Speed Dating Planning sheet. • If the descriptions are the same… you’re all set. If the descriptions are different, use the description on the slip of paper to tell other organelles about yourself. (4 min) • When you meet another organelle (3 minute rounds): • Introduce yourselves and shake hands • Find out each other’s jobs (1 min.) • Find a connection between the two of you – how do your jobs relate? (1 min.) • Record information in the Organelle Chart. • Inner circle rotates one seat to the right.

  30. 9C – NEW Seats! Front of room Amanjot Jhon Christine Jason Amando Asarel Joe Marcus Jamarie Tayquan Garlyn Obayanna Anthony Marie Karen Carla Jonathan Crystal Rockens Lilliana Brunyr Julian Jamesly

  31. Bio 9C: Thursday, 9.30.10Title: Cells Under the Microscope Lab • Homework: • No Homework tonight  • Pass the Speed Dating Reflection and Organelle Review Worksheet to the middle aisle to be collected. • Change to Assignment Sheet: Cell Theory Quiz is moved from next Wednesday to next Tuesday • Do Now: • Take out the Cells Under the Microscope Lab Packet and something to write with. • Look over your Pre-Lab: What are 3 safety rules that everyone should follow in this lab? (hint: this is question 5) • Objectives for Class: • 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

  32. Agenda Cells Under the Microscope Lab Put everything else in your bags and put your bags on your chairs. Wait for the next instructions

  33. 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) • Follow each step of the lab (read it out loud) • Record results on results page

  34. Bio 9C: Friday, 10.1.10Title: A day in the life of a cell • Homework: • Pass the Cells Under the Microscope Lab to the left. (If you didn’t complete the lab, you NEED to stay Monday after school to complete the lab). • Due Tuesday: Detailed paragraph (must be typed) • Describe how the organelles in a cell work together to make and use proteins. Include at least 5 different organelles in your essay. • Note: you will also have a quiz on Tuesday!! • Do Now: • What comes to your mind when you think about proteins? What do you think a protein is and why do you think proteins are important. • 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 • Explain how at least 5 cell organelles work together to make and use proteins in your body

  35. Agenda Characteristics of Proteins A day in the Life of a Cell

  36. Characteristics of Proteins • Class Objectives: • Explain what proteins are • Describe two things that proteins do for the body • 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!]

  37. Agenda Characteristics of Proteins A day in the Life of a Cell

  38. 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!]

  39. A Day in the Life of The Cell Released into blood stream and used as hormone or other bodily structure 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 RNA Vesicles (“bubbles” that transport proteins) Lysosome E.R. (transports and packages proteins) Cell Membrane RNA ::Blood Stream:: DNA ATP (for the cell to use) CO2 + H2O Ribosomes Mitochondria (Holds genetic information) Cell Respiration Glucose + O2 (Copies genetic from DNA and carries it to the Ribosome to make proteins)

  40. A Day in the Life of The Cell Released into blood stream and used as hormone or other bodily structure Golgi Apparatus (Modifies and shapes the protein) Protein being formed at Ribosome Nucleus Cytoplasm Protein could go to membrane to be released into blood stream Vesicles (“bubbles” that transport proteins) Lysosome E.R. (transports and packages proteins) Cell Membrane RNA ::Blood Stream:: DNA ATP (for the cell to use) CO2 + H2O Ribosomes Mitochondria (Holds genetic information) Cell Respiration Glucose + O2 (Copies genetic from DNA and carries it to the Ribosome to make proteins)

  41. Write your NEW Clicker number on the FRONT of your notebook and your assignment book

  42. Bio 9C: Monday, 10.4.10Title: Cell Theory Review and Wrap-Up • Homework: • Study for Tomorrow’s Quiz! • Complete the Day in the Life of a Cell essay (remember – this must be typed!) • Do Now: • Clicker Do Now Next Slide • 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 • Explain how at least 5 cell organelles work together to make and use proteins in your body

  43. What is the best definition of an organelle? 30 • 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 23

  44. Agenda Eukaryotic Cell Organelles’ Structure & Function Wrap-up Session (with Clickers) Eukaryotic Cell Diagram Review Day in the life of a cell video

  45. Organelle Review with Clickers • Follow along with the chart on the review sheet • For each question, choose the organelle that best matches the function • Record the correct answer in your chart – this will be a great study guide!

  46. This organelle makes proteins by following instructions from DNA. 30 • Nucleus • Ribosome • Mitochondria • Vacuole 23

  47. This organelle uses sunlight energy to make sugar (photosynthesis) 30 • Mitochondria • Cytoplasm • Chloroplast • Cell wall 23

  48. This organelle contains DNA, which controls cell activities and reproduction. 30 • Ribosome • Cell membrane • Golgi apparatus • Nucleus 23