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  1. Week 1-Friday, August 26th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda 1. Collect signed CD forms & letters 2. Check-out books 3. Lab Safety Fashion Show • Objective: To be able to safety work in a science laboratory • HW: 1. Review for safety quiz by writing your “Safe Monday” script

  2. Week 2-Monday, August 29th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda 1. Collect signed CD forms & letters 2. Finish reviewing lab safety 3. Pre-Quiz • Objective: To be able to safely work in a science laboratory • HW: 1. Review for safety quiz (given tomorrow)

  3. Week 2-Tuesday, August 30th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda 1. Collect signed CD forms & letters 2. Lab Safety Quiz-Part 1 3. Introduction to the Scientific Method • Objective: To be able to safely work in a science laboratory • HW: 1. Finish Section 1.1

  4. Week 2-Wednesday, August 31th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda 1. Stamp & Share: “I’ve always wondered…” list 2. Review Safety Quiz 3. Section 1.1 Reading & Comparing • Objective: To compare and contrast the way scientists and students problem solve. • HW: 1. Finish Section 1.1 Venn Diagram

  5. Week 2-Thursday, September 1st • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda 1. Late work? 2. Binder Set-up 3. Section 1.1 Reading & Comparing • Objective: To compare and contrast the way scientists and students problem solve. • HW: 1. Finish Section 1.1 Venn Diagram

  6. Week 2-Friday, September 2nd • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Set-up Note taking Sheet • Investigate incorrect “Scientific Method” by watching Modern Marvels • Objective: To Investigate what happens when the Scientific Method isn’t followed • HW: 1. Be safe this weekend!

  7. Biology Binder Set-Up Table of Contents Course Description Hall Passes Then, there should be five sections: • Organizers • Green Week 1 organizer • Notes • Activities • Labs • Reflections

  8. Week 3-Tuesday, September 6th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Finish Investigating incorrect “Scientific Method” by watching Modern Marvels • What went wrong? • Quantitative vs. Qualitative • Objective: To Investigate what happens when the Scientific Method isn’t followed • HW: 1. Finish grouping data into qualitative vs. quantitative groups

  9. Week 3-Wednesday, September 7th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Quantitative vs. Qualitative Review • How I Solve Problems (Venn Diagram) • A logical approach to the scientific method • Objective: To be able to solve problems using the scientific method • HW: 1. Finish center section of Scientists vs. Me Venn Diagram (stamped tomorrow) Reflection: List four sets of quantitative data you could collect inside this classroom. Why are these examples?

  10. Week 3-Thursday, September 8th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Set up class experiment • Review lab report rubric • Objective: To be able to solve problems using the scientific method • HW: 1. Finish Pre-Lab for class experiment (stamped tomorrow) Reflection: List four sets of qualitative data you could collect inside this classroom. Why are these examples?

  11. Week 3-Friday, September 9th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Finish setting up class experiment • Review lab report rubric • Objective: To be able to solve problems using the scientific method • HW: 1. Finish Pre-Lab for class experiment (stamped tomorrow)

  12. Week 4-Monday, September 12th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Share out Procedures & Materials • Review lab report rubric • Graphing Practice • Objective: To be able to solve problems using the scientific method • HW: 1. Pre-Lab if still not completed! Reflection: What are the different types of graphs you’ve used in science or math? What were they used for?

  13. Week 4-Tuesday, September 14th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Graphing Practice • Class Experiment • Objective: To be able visually see relationship between two variables by graphing data. • HW: 1. Finish Practice Problems #1 Reflection: How do you feel about graphing? Do you find it easy, hard, or so-so and why do you think you feel this way?

  14. Week 4-Thursday, September 15th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Stamp Graphing Practice #1 • Graphing Practice #2 & #3 • Class Experiment • Objective: To visually see the relationship between two variables by graphing the data. • HW: 1. Finish Practice Problems Reflection: When do you use a line graph to analyze data and when do you use a bar graph?

  15. Week 4-Friday, September 16th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Stamp Graphing Practice Problems 1-3 • Table of Contents Update • Graphing Quiz • Objective: To demonstrate your understanding of how to properly graph lab data. • HW: 1. Choose a topic for your individual lab Reflection: What is a simple lab you can conduct at home that would give you valid results? Choose something that interests you.

  16. Week 5-Monday, September 18th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Ancient Measurements • A more accurate system… • Objective: To be able to explain why the metric system is more accurate than ancient systems of measurements. • HW: 1. Using your printed ruler, measure the length of ten things in your home (in either cm or mm) Reflection: How do you think people used to measure the length of items before there were rulers? What would you do if you didn’t have a ruler?

  17. Week 5-Monday, September 19th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Ancient Measurements • A more accurate system… • Objective: To be able to explain why the metric system is more accurate than ancient systems of measurements. • HW: 1. Using your printed ruler, measure the length of ten things in your home (in either cm or mm); enter data in table you create. Reflection: How do you think people used to measure the length of items before there were rulers? What would you do if you didn’t have a ruler?

  18. Week 5-Tuesday, September 20th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Stamp HW • Discuss Ancient Measurements • A more accurate system… • Objective: To be able to explain why the metric system is more accurate than ancient systems of measurements. • HW: 1. Reflection: Do you think the ancient form of measurements was very accurate? Why or why not?

  19. Week 5-Thursday, September 22nd • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Cornell Notes: Base Metric Units • King Henry Conversions • Metric Mania Conversion Practice • Objective: To be able to accurately measure length using the correct metric unit. • HW: 1. Finish Length Lab with your paper ruler Reflection: Define, in your own words: length, mass and volume. What are the base metric units for each?

  20. Week 5-Friday, September 23rd • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Metric Measurements: Length • Length Lab • Objective: To be able to accurately measure length using the correct metric unit. • HW: 1. Finish Length Lab with your paper ruler

  21. Week 6-Monday, September 26th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Length Lab • Metric Mania: Mass • Objective: To be able to accurately measure length using the correct metric unit. • HW: 1. Finish Length Lab with paper ruler Reflection: How can we find the mass of an object? What instrument do you think we’ll need?

  22. Week 6-Tuesday, September 27th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Length Lab: Stamp • Metric Mania: Mass • Metric Mania: Mass Lab • Objective: To be able to accurately measure mass using the correct metric unit. • HW: 1. Finish Mass lab Reflection: What is the base metric unit for mass? How is mass different than weight?

  23. Week 6-Wednesday, September 28th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Graphing Quiz 1 Recap • Finish Metric Mania: Mass Lab • Metric Mania: Volume • Volume Lab together • Objective: To be able to accurately measure volume using the correct metric unit. • HW: 1. Review for tomorrow’s metric & graphing quiz Reflection: What is the base metric unit for volume? What is volume really measuring?

  24. Week 6-Friday, September 30th • Standard: Investigation and Experimentation • Agenda • Intro to Science Quiz #2 • Objective: To demonstrate your understanding of the metric system and graphing. • HW: 1. Have a safe and enjoyable weekend

  25. Week 7-Monday, October 3rd • Standard: Bio 1 • Agenda • Create Memory Device • Objective: To create a memory device to help you remember how life is organized. • HW: 1. Come to Metric Review Workshop at Lunch on Wednesday if you still need additional support Reflection:

  26. Week 7-Tuesday, October 4th • Standard: Biology 1h: Students know most macromolecules (polysaccharides, nucleic acids, proteins, lipids) in cells and organisms are synthesized from a small collection of simple precursors. • Agenda • Create Memory Device & Define terms • Macromolecule exploration • Objective: To create a memory device to help you remember how life is organized. • HW: 1. Come to metric conversion Review Workshop at Lunch on Wednesday if you still need additional support Reflection: Which types of molecules do you eat every day? Look at your notes if you don’t remember the definition of molecule.

  27. Week 7-Thursday, October 6th • Standard: Biology 1h: Students know most macromolecules (polysaccharides, nucleic acids, proteins, lipids) in cells and organisms are synthesized from a small collection of simple precursors. • Agenda • Table of Contents • Macromolecule Lecture • Macromolecule Exploration • Objective: To determine the main macromolecule found in each of the food items from Mrs. Oswald’s pantry. • HW: 1. Reflection: What are the four main macromolecules that humans are made up of?

  28. Week 7-Friday, October 7th • Standard: Biology 1h: Students know most macromolecules (polysaccharides, nucleic acids, proteins, lipids) in cells and organisms are synthesized from a small collection of simple precursors. • Agenda • Nutrition Project Intro • Review Quiz • Macromolecule Exploration • Objective: To determine the main macromolecule found in each of the food items from Mrs. Oswald’s pantry. • HW: 1. Nutrition Project

  29. Week 8-Monday, October 10th • Standard: Biology 1h: Students know most macromolecules (polysaccharides, nucleic acids, proteins, lipids) in cells and organisms are synthesized from a small collection of simple precursors. • Agenda • Cornell Notes while reading: • Complete Macromolecule Chart • Objective: To determine the main macromolecule found in each of the food items from Mrs. Oswald’s pantry. • HW: 1. Finish Macromolecule Chart Reflection: What are the basic building blocks of carbohydrates? What are the pre-fixes you need to know to properly name carbohydrates?

  30. Week 8-Tuesday, October 11th • Standard: Biology 1a: Students know cells are enclosed within semipermeable membranes that regulate their interaction with their surroundings • Agenda • Diffusion Demo • Diffusion Activity • Diffusion Notes • Objective: To see how the process of diffusion affects our everyday lives. • HW: 1. Finish Macromolecule Chart Reflection: What happens when a skunk sprays? Does the smell just stay in that immediate area? Why or why not?

  31. Week 8-Wednesday, October 12th • Standard: Biology 1a: Students know cells are enclosed within semipermeable membranes that regulate their interaction with their surroundings • Agenda • Observing Osmosis • Vocabulary Activity • Objective: To see how the process of diffusion affects our everyday lives. • HW: 1. Finish Vocabulary Chart Reflection: What are the main vocabulary words you think you to know to be successful this week on the quiz?

  32. Week 8-Thursday, October 13th • Standard: Biology 1a: Students know cells are enclosed within semipermeable membranes that regulate their interaction with their surroundings • Agenda • Observing Osmosis • Vocabulary Activity • Objective: To see how the process of diffusion affects our everyday lives. • HW: 1. Finish Vocabulary Chart Reflection: What are the main vocabulary words you think you to know to be successful this week on the quiz?

  33. Week 8-Friday, October 14th • Standard: Biology 1a: Students know cells are enclosed within semipermeable membranes that regulate their interaction with their surroundings • Agenda • Stamp Study Guide & Vocabulary Matrix • Organization of Life Quiz • The Cell Membrane Coloring • Objective: To demonstrate your understanding of how life is organized. • HW: 1. Finish the Cell Membrane Coloring

  34. Week 9-Monday, October 17th • Standard: Biology 1a: Students know cells are enclosed within semipermeable membranes that regulate their interaction with their surroundings • Agenda • Observing Osmosis • Vocabulary Activity • Objective: To see how the process of diffusion affects our everyday lives. • HW: 1. Finish Vocabulary Chart Reflection: What are the main vocabulary words you think you to know to be successful this week on the quiz?