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Copy the schedule in your planner. HAND IN YOUR HOMEWORK. Monday January 14. Do Now: What 3 things make up DNA? What is the rule for how nitrogen bases pair together? List 3 things that have DNA. Class Points and Averages. Class Points. Class Averages. 1 st hour: 87% 2 nd hour: 86%

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Monday january 14
Monday January 14

Do Now:

  • What 3 things make up DNA?

  • What is the rule for how nitrogen bases pair together?

  • List 3 things that have DNA.

Class points and averages
Class Points and Averages

Class Points

Class Averages

1st hour: 87%

2nd hour: 86%

3rd hour: 85%

4th hour: 86%

6th hour: 86%

7th hour: 89%

  • 1st hour: 48

  • 2nd hour: 43

  • 3rd hour: 45

  • 4th hour: 48

  • 6th hour: 49

  • 7th hour: 43

Dna trackers
DNA Trackers

  • In “DNA Trackers” you will read about two high school students in New York City who are looking for as many samples of DNA in the city as possible.

    • If you were given this job, where would you look for DNA? (Remember, you’re in the middle of a city with very little nature in it.) WRITE YOUR IDEA IN YOUR LAB BOOK.

Dna trackers1
DNA Trackers

  • Answer the “Before Reading Questions” on your worksheet. After you read the article continue answering the worksheet questions.

Tuesday january 15 wednesday jan 16
Tuesday January 15/Wednesday Jan 16

Do Now:

1. When do genetic mutations happen?

2. What can happen if you have a genetic mutation?

3. Use what you know about DNA to explain why there are so many dog breeds.

Today s plan
Today’s Plan

  • Learn more about genetic mutations with the Mutations reading

  • Create a dog in the Recipe for Traits activity

  • Complete the study guide for the DNA/Genetics quiz next time

  • Homework: study at least 20 minutes for the quiz

Epidermodysplasia verruciformis is a mutation
Epidermodysplasiaverruciformis is a mutation

Polydactyly is a mutation
Polydactyly is a mutation

Mutations reading
Mutations Reading

  • In your reading, you will learn about different mutations and what causes them.

  • When you are finished reading the article, answer the questions in COMPLETE SENTENCES.

A recipe for traits
A Recipe for Traits

  • Follow the directions on the sheet to create your dog. When you are done, you will need to draw your dog.

Quiz study guide
Quiz Study Guide

  • Complete the study guide so you have the information you need to study at home tonight.

  • Remember: your homework is to study at least 20 minutes for the quiz next class period.

Thursday january 17 friday january 18
Thursday January 17/Friday January 18

Do Now:

  • List one genetic mutation and explain what it is and why it occurs.

  • What do you still need help understanding before the quiz?

  • What is the neatest thing you’ve learned about genetics?

Today s plan1
Today’s Plan

  • Complete the Group Genetics worksheet to review for the quiz together

  • Take the Genetics quiz

  • Review scientific method for next week

Group genetics
Group Genetics

  • Choose a partner(s) to complete the group genetics worksheet. No more than three people can be in a group.

  • Complete the Group Genetics sheet together with your partner(s). You may use your lab books.

By yourself study time
By yourself study time

  • Prepare yourself for the quiz by looking through your notes or study guide quietly by yourself.

Genetic dna quiz
Genetic/DNA Quiz

  • Clear everything off of your desk except for what you will be writing with.

  • No talking while students are taking the quiz.

  • When you are finished, hand in your quiz and begin the scientific method review sheet.