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Biology. Semester 1 2012-2013. Welcome Back!. Introduction and seating chart Your summer – truths and lies 4 corners Room Tour My Expectations FISH!. My Summer – Truth? Lie?. We added 5 pets to our family. I moved this summer.

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    1. Biology Semester 1 2012-2013

    2. Welcome Back! • Introduction and seating chart • Your summer – truths and lies • 4 corners • Room Tour • My Expectations • FISH!

    3. My Summer – Truth? Lie? • We added 5 pets to our family. • I moved this summer. • On your entry task paper, write your truth and lie under TUESDAY. Don’t tell yet! • Share and see who gets the right answer! • Most outrageous truths • Most convincing lies

    4. 4 Corners • Corner A, B, C, D • Walk to show your answer • Before we start, silently pick someone you think you have little in common with. You may be surprised • Sit back down and discuss.

    5. 9/5/12 Wednesday • Entry Task: • Write down one thing you’re looking forward to about this school year. • Per 1 and 2 room tour • Per 2 and 3 – tour for building expectations • Finish FISH!

    6. 9/6/12 Thursday • Entry Task: • What do you think is the most important behavior of successful students? • Per 2 and 3 Syllabus and MI survey

    7. 9/7/12 • Entry Task: • SAY SOMETHING NICE! – watch video, write our own, share • Table leaders – gather papers, paper clip and turn in • Reminder – syllabi due MONDAY • MI Survey due TODAY

    8. Introduction to Class • MI Survey – graph as homework! Due Friday • Cards • FIRST and LAST NAME • Your strongest intelligence • Your goal for a grade • Hopes for the class • Concerns for the class • What is Biology? • Syllabus – units we will cover, grading, materials • PARENT CONTACT AND SIGNATURE DUE MONDAY! • Your learning goals – choose a topic from syllabus to write on leaf…

    9. Learning Commitments – help shape them… • GOAL: create a list of commitments to be successful learners. • Each team will brainstorm THREE successful student behaviors we can commit to. Try to keep them short and sweet, yet cover all the key points. • Share and find common themes. • Each class will have a poster of their learner commitments.

    10. Week of 9/10-9/149/10/12 Monday • Entry Task: • What do you recall to be the most important aspects of lab safety? • How will you demonstrate safety in the lab? • PLEASE TURN IN YOUR SYLLABUS!!!!! • Find old or nametag new bins…

    11. SAFETY • Complete power point and notes. • Read, sign and date safety contract. Separate and give bottom portion to Ms. Maring • Glue top portion to page 1 of notebooks. • Glue “Designing an Investigation” to pages 2 and 3. • This document will guide your experimental design.

    12. Begin thinking experimentally… • GOAL: conduct a lab and make a poster of your investigative QUESTION, HYPOTHESIS, DATA and CONCLUSION. • To start: Get in teams of 3-4. • Read through lab paper and rubric. • Follow the steps listed on the bottom. • ROUGH DRAFT – begin your poster in pencil…complete in color.

    13. 9/11/12 Tuesday • Entry Task • Listen to a “story” about Calcium. • Write down 2 interesting things you heard. • Glue lab sheet to page 4. • Tomorrow we will consider the rubric…this will be attached to your team poster…

    14. Begin thinking experimentally… • GOAL: conduct a lab and make a poster of your investigative QUESTION, HYPOTHESIS, DATA and CONCLUSION. • To start: Get in teams of 3-4. • Read through lab paper and rubric. • Follow the steps listed on the bottom using your scientific method guide on page 2 or your notebook. • ROUGH DRAFT – begin your poster in pencil…complete in color.

    15. 9/12/12 Wednesday • Entry Task • Listen to a “story” about Chlorine. • Write down 2 interesting things you heard. • But remember, when calcium and chlorine form a COMPOUND their characteristics can be totally different: CaCl2

    16. SAFETY in the lab • Put all papers and books under table EXCEPT your poster – you’ll need to record data! • Goggles at all times. • ONE STUDENT per group should wear gloves and do the measuring and stirring of CaCl2. • You may TARE and measure the CaCl2 into the paper cups. • CAREFUL with glass thermometers! • The lab will take approximately 20-35 minutes. PLEASE STAY ON TASK!!! • I will call for CLEAN UP at 5 minutes to the bell. You must return all materials exactly as you found them.

    17. Continue… • Working on your posters. • Remember to consult your scientific method guide when necessary: • Step 1 – Question (includes variables) • Step 2 – Hypothesis • Step 4 – Materials and Procedure – given to you! • Step 5 – Data Table – design one and collect the data. • Step 6 - Conclusion

    18. Chemical Reactions • All chemical reactions release or absorb energy. Chemical reactions that release energy in the form of heat are called exothermic reactions. Some chemical reactions absorb energy and are called endothermic reactions. • CaCl2 (s) Ca2+ (aq) + 2 Cl-(aq) • Reactants:calcium chloride + water • Products: ions of calcium and chlorine (charged particles) water

    19. 9/13/12 Thursday • Entry task • What makes a good poster? • Choose a poster in the room. Make a list of what makes it a good poster. • Clear desks. Retrieve posters from back table. • REMINDER: only ONE student from each team to wear gloves. GLOVES ARE TO BE REUSED until lab is complete. Store in science bin.

    20. Writing Conclusions… • Consider the data table…discuss HIGHS and LOWS. • What can you conclude? • Was your hypothesis supported with data? • Write your conclusion using RADDS • R is for restating the investigative question. • A is for answering the question. • D1 is about the HIGH data condition. D2 is about the LOW data condition. • S can be your scientific reasoning with comparative language.

    21. Endothermic or Exothermic • All chemical reactions release or absorb energy. Chemical reactions that release energy in the form of heat are called exothermic reactions. Some chemical reactions absorb energy and are called endothermic reactions. • CaCl2 (s) Ca2+ (aq) + 2 Cl-(aq) • Reactants:calcium chloride + water • Products: ions of calcium and chlorine (charged particles) water

    22. 9/14/12 • Entry Task: • SAY SOMETHING NICE! • Table leaders – gather papers, paper clip and turn in

    23. Completing our posters… • DISCUSS THE RUBRIC – this shows how you will be graded! • All team members names on the back. • Add color – bold headings/titles • Additional: images of science equipment, graph of data, materials and procedure • POSTERS DUE BY END OF CLASS!!!!!!!

    24. 9/17/12 Monday • Entry Task • Why is it more important to use the average INCREASE in temperature rather than the average ending temperature? • Will you emphasize this data on your poster? • TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY: Science Benchmark Testing – testing environment, Fall assessment for inquiry skills

    25. Completing our posters… • DISCUSS THE RUBRIC – this shows how you will be graded! • All team members names on the back. • Add color – bold headings/titles • Additional: images of science equipment, graph of data, materials and procedure • POSTERS DUE BY END OF CLASS!!!!!!!

    26. 9/18/12 Tuesday • NO entry task • Benchmark Testing for Inquiry Skills • Please place all belongings under your tables. • Keep your eyes on your own papers.

    27. 9/19/12 Wednesday • NO entry task • Benchmark Testing for Inquiry Skills • Please place all belongings under your tables. • Keep your eyes on your own papers.

    28. 9/20/12 Thursday • Entry Task • What is SI? (Hint: we often call it “metric”) • Finish testing… • If finished, begin metric measuring assignments • BEFORE WE BEGIN – check your missing assignments. Entry Tasks are now on my website: • https://kmaring.wikispaces.com/ • PLEASE WRITE THIS LINK INSIDE YOUR NOTEBOOK.

    29. Metric System • Please glue your table of prefixes to the next page in your notebook. • Complete the metric worksheet, front and back. • Turn in worksheet. • Extra Time? Read pages 46-48 and write essay on page 47.

    30. 9/21/12 Friday • Entry Task: • SAY SOMETHING NICE! • Table leaders – gather papers, paper clip and turn in

    31. 9/24/12 MondayWeek of 9/24-9/28 • Entry Task: • SAY SOMETHING NICE! • Table leaders – gather LAST WEEK’S papers, paper clip and turn in • Please take out your 2 puzzles from Friday. • Do you have questions? • Trade and Grade! Graders – sign your name next to the score.

    32. Today’s work… • Glue “Metric Mania Conversion Practice” to page 7 of your notebook. • Fill in the squares at the top. • Practice together. • Glue “Metric Mania Conversion CHALLENGE” to page 8. Finish this. • I will grade as you work Notebook check…

    33. 9/25/12 Tuesday • Entry Task • Without using your metric “ladder,” is there a mathematical way to convert 250 mg to grams? • New idea: dimensional analysis! • Glue “Dimensional Analysis” to pages 9 and 10.

    34. Dimensional Analysis • Dimensional analysis is a mathematical system using conversion factors to move from one unit of measurement to a different unit of measurement. For example, if you need to calculate how many seconds are in a day, you can use dimensional analysis to set all of your needed conversions into one problem. • 1 day = ? seconds • 1 day x 24 hours x 60 minutes x 60 seconds = • 1 day 1 hour 1 minute • Cross out all labels that cancel and do the math. • 86,400 seconds • 1 day = 86,400 seconds

    35. 9/26/12 Wednesday • Entry Task • Question 1: Convert 50 mL to liters using dimensional analysis. • Question 2: What is density? • Understanding triple beam balances. • Interactive tutorial 1: reading triple beam balances. • Interactive tutorial 2: how to use a triple beam balance.

    36. 9/27/12 Thursday • Entry Task: • What tool would you use to measure mass? • What units will your measurements be labeled with?

    37. Density = mass/volume • Glue “Density” to page 12. • Glue “Measuring Mass, Volume and Density” to page 13. • Your team will need a tote with materials. • Please carefully use the triple beam balance to complete the lab. • Replace all materials in the tote. • Place tote and balance on back table.

    38. 9/28/12 FridayWeek of 9/24 to 9/28 • Entry Task • SAY SOMETHING NICE! • Table leaders – gather papers, paper clip and turn in • Finish lab • Complete METRIC CONVERSIONS and DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS. • I will grade your work in your notebooks at your desks…

    39. 10/1/12 MondayWeek of 10/1 to 10/4 • Entry Task • What is the density of an object which has mass of 4 grams and volume of 4 mL? • Will this sink or float in water? • What is the DENSITY of barn owls if there are 21 owls on 3 miles2 of land? • 20 minutes - Complete PAGES 7-10 in your notebooks: METRIC CONVERSIONS and DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS. Heads Up! Quiz on Wednesday…

    40. JEOPARDY • This is an ASSIGNMENT This is a way to study for the upcoming quiz. • Each person will design EIGHT questions and answers. • TOPICS: metric system, metric conversions by moving the decimal, metric conversions using dimensional analysis, using triple beam balances, density. • USE pages 6-12 in your notebook • Plus puzzles, metric worksheets, triple beam balance notes

    41. 10/2/12 Tuesday • Entry Task • What is the “right” way to answer a Jeopardy statement? • The density of ice is 0.9167 g/cm³ ... Explain why it floats in liquid water. • Hand back work • Design Jeopardy Questions/Answers • Play Jeopardy!

    42. 10/3/12 Wednesday • Entry Task • Check your missing work slips. • Write down what you are missing here. • If you have missing work, you will be quietly working on that after the quiz. • You may use worksheets or your notebook for the quiz! • Talking or wandering eyes will count as cheating.

    43. 10/4/12 Thursday • Entry Task • Name as many parts of the microscope as you can!!! • We will be renewing our microscope licenses and practicing wet mount slides.

    44. Microscope Use • Go To http://www.sciencespot.net/Pages/kdzbio.html • Read and take notes on “How Stuff Works – Microscopes” ONLY PAGES 1,2,3!! • Take the Microscope Parts Quiz • (2 pages – print your answers and turn in. You must get at least 90% as phase 1 of renewing your license)

    45. 10/5/12 FridayWeek of 10/1 to 10/5 • Entry Task • SAY SOMETHING NICE! • Table leaders – gather papers, paper clip and turn in • Computer lab – finish notes and print quizzes. • Extra Time? Read pages 180-183 and answer questions 1 and 2.

    46. 10/8/12 MondayWeek of 10/8 to 10/12 • Entry Task • What do you recall about animal cells versus plant cells? • Hand back quizzes. • Review correct answers. • Reflection necessary if 16 or less…or you simply want a better grade.

    47. 10/9/12 Tuesday • Entry Task • Identify the manipulated and responding variable in this question: • How does water temperature affect breathing rate of guppies? • Please get out the red standards pages I handed you yesterday.

    48. Biology Standards and Fall Benchmark • I will hand out Fall Benchmark Scores. • You will be graphing your scores as a bar graph. • While waiting, please complete the self assessment column for FALL on the standards pages. Have I met standard? (Scale 1-4) 4 – met or exceeded standard 3 – met standard 2 – some portion of standard not met 1 – standard not met

    49. Microscope 101 Review…. • Glue in the microscope parts quiz and your notes to pages 13 and 14. • Listen to the demonstration AND TAKE NOTES. • You will need to take a short “performance assessment” before we start using the microscopes. • To study – make sure you can handle the microscope step by step without using your notes. Point to your diagram as you study. • While you are waiting your turn, please work on the concept map assignment.