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Week of 10-15-2013. Ms. Tate D110 Biology/Pre- Ap International Scholars Academy . Tuesday 10-15 Study Skills 2 nd Pd. 1. Students will watch the Amanda Todd Story video on YouTube (8 min.) http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOHXGNx-E7E

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week of 10 15 2013

Week of 10-15-2013

Ms. Tate

D110 Biology/Pre-Ap

International Scholars Academy

tuesday 10 15 study skills 2 nd pd
Tuesday 10-15 Study Skills 2ndPd

1. Students will watch the Amanda Todd Story video on YouTube (8 min.)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOHXGNx-E7E

2. Writing: Reflection Paper ( include your reactions to the film.

3. Think-Pair- Share

4. Students will watch the teen reaction video via YouTube (15 min.)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VF6cmddWOgU

5. Discussion: Compare your reactions to those teens from the film

6. Bullying Rap/Song/Poem Activity

tuesday 10 15 13 biology 3 rd 5 th 7 th 8th
Tuesday 10-15-13 Biology 3rd-5th, 7th -8th

Objective: Compare the structures and functions of different types of biomolecules, including carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids; identify and investigate the role of enzymes

  • Exam: Biomolecules/Enzymes
  • Start Working on Homework: Microscope Functions and Parts ( use page 1070 in the biology book as a guide)- (30L)

Reminders: Enzyme Lab report will be checked in class tomorrow; Microscope Worksheet MUST be completed or you may NOT participate in lab.

wednesday 10 16 study skills
Wednesday 10-16 Study Skills

STUDY SKILLS LESSON 3 & 4

  • Interview a WordWhy not turn vocabulary acquisition into a game?  Using the Interview a Word strategies, students will review and summarize learning to develop concepts and comprehension.
  • Select key words important to understanding a concept or unit.
  • Discretely give each student a word.
  • Write the interview questions on the board.
  • Have students “become” the word and write answer to questions.
  • Without revealing the word, the teacher or a student acts as Interviewer and asks the questions. After the interview, the class guesses the word.
wednesday 10 16 13 biology class
Wednesday 10-16-13Biology Class

Objective:

  • Distinguish between eukaryotes and prokaryotes.

Agenda:

  • Bell Ringer 10 ( 8 min to complete, 5 min to review)- (30R)
  • Notes: Cell Theory / Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes – (31L)
  • Door Ticket: Venn Diagram (31R)-Compare and Contrast the two cell types by completing the Venn diagram on the front board in your journal.

Homework: Cell Organelles Worksheet ( this is your vocabulary as well (32L). It is due by Friday. Have the microscope worksheet and your enzyme report ready.

what is a cell
What is a Cell?
  • Cell – Basic unit of living things.

Organisms are either:

  • Unicellular – made of one

cell such as bacteria and

amoebas.

OR

  • Multicellular – made of

many cells such as plants

and animals.

scientists to remember
Scientists to Remember
  • Robert Hooke (1665) – Observed “cells” in cork
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Anton van Leeuwenhoek (1674)
    • Father of Microscopy
    • Saw tiny living things in pond water.
cell theory
Cell Theory
  • Confirmed discoveries that all scientists believe to be true about cells:
    • 1. Cells are the basic unit of life.
    • 2. All living things are made of cells.
    • 3. New cells are produced from existing cells.
microscopes
Microscopes
  • Light Microscope – magnifies tiny organisms up to 1,000 times.

-Uses light and lenses.

-We use these.

  • Electron Microscope – magnifies

up to a million times.

-Uses electrons.

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before

true

nucleus

nucleus

The Discovery of Cells

Prokaryotic

Eukaryotic

eukaryotes
Eukaryotes
  • Has a nucleus with a nuclear envelope
  • Bigger and more complex than prokaryotes
  • Have membrane bound Organelles (golgi, ER, lysosomes…etc)
  • DNA – double-stranded and forms chromosomes (highly organized)
  • Can be uni- OR multicellular organisms
  • Ex: animals, plants, fungi
prokaryotes
Prokaryotes

NO nucleus

NO membrane bound organelles (just ribosomes)

ALL are unicellular

Smaller than eukaryotic cells

Forerunner to eukaryotic cells (smaller and more simple)

DNA – single strand and circular

Ex: ALL Bacteria

similarities
Similarities
  • Contain all four biomolecules

(lipids, carbs, proteins, and nucleic acids)

  • Have ribosomes
  • Have DNA
  • Similar Metabolism
  • Can be unicellular
  • Have cell/plasma membranes or cell wall
study skills 10 17 13
Study Skills 10-17-13

Study Hall Day

You may:

Work on homework/class work

Study quietly

Read quietly

Work on a project or presentation

If it is NOT on the list, you may NOT do it in class

thursday 10 17 13
Thursday 10-17-13

Objective: To observe different cell types; understand that there are specialized cells with specific functions; explain how to and create a wet mount slide

  • Pro Vs. Eukaryote/ Cell Theory ( review)
  • Station Rotation ( Cells) – 32R- 34R

32R- Sta 1, 33L- Sta 2, 33R- Sta 3, 34L- Sta 4, 34R- Sta 5

  • Clean Up

Reminders: Cell Organelle sheet due tomorrow ( 3rd-5th, Bio Review Sheet due tomorrow); Paste Cell Pictures in Journal

Due: Enzymes and Microscope sheet

lunch ssr
Lunch SSR

Amsterdam

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOMXqcHt5ts

Cities – The Real Berlin

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FEH1Z4NwRLo

German Food

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bX9bsp4SSNY
tgifriday 10 18 13
TGIFriday 10-18-13

Objective: understand that cells have specialized parts called organelles with specific functions; Be able to identify the structure and explain the function of each cell organelle; distinguish between plant, animal and bacteria cells

Agenda

  • Due: Cell Organelles (review)- 10 min (32L)
  • Cell City Analogy -10 min (35L)
  • Continue Station Rotation (32R-34R)

32R- Sta 1, 33L- Sta 2, 33R- Sta 3, 34L- Sta 4, 34R- Sta 5

4. Clean Up

Homework: Cell City Analogy Project (due next Friday 10/25)- Rubrics given (keep up with them)

Due: Bio Review and Cell Organelles

Extra Credit: Create a Two 3D cell models (with labels). This is due Tuesday at the START of class. Creating the model will also aide you in studying the structures of the cell. You can do 2 of the 3 : an animal cell, a plant cell or a bacteria cell. You must also tell whether the cell is classified as prokaryotic or eukaryotic. ---This will drop 1 quiz and 1 homework/daily grade.

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Extra Credit: Create a Two 3D cell models (with labels). This is due Tuesday at the START of class. Creating the model will also aide you in studying the structures of the cell. You can do 2 of the 3 : an animal cell, a plant cell or a bacteria cell. You must also tell whether the cell is classified as prokaryotic or eukaryotic. ---This will drop 1 quiz and 1 homework/daily grade.