Ms Rose                         Biology

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roser@libbyschools.org

Class Codes for Google Classroom:    rh2lzlj

BRIC Survey

Bonus point Opportunities:

  • Current Issue in Biology = 2 pts each (up to 4/quarter)

Quizzes

  • Students have one week to retake any quiz
  • Re-take Quizzes - score will be averaged together with original quiz score
  • Only improved scores will be recorded

May/June 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Know the classification levels for humans

Mon      29

Memorial Day

Tue       30

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Work Day:
  • Complete Online Survey for BRIC
  • Complete Salamander Classification Lab
  • Work on Chapter 18 Notes

Wed      31

  • Bell Ringer: p. 465 #1-5
  • Go Over Chapter 12 test
  • Notes - Chapter 18 Classification
  • Due: Salamander Classification

Thurs   1

  • Bell Ringer: p. 782 Define Amphibian
  • Anatomy of a Frog

Fri        2

  • Bell Ringer: p. 785 Draw and label the heart of a frog
  • Begin Frog dissection
  • Journals Due

May 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the process of protein synthesis.

Mon      22

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Go Over Crash Course
  • Correct Protein Synthesis Activity
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 12 DNA and RNA

Tue       23

  • Bell Ringer: p. 317 #1-6
  • Quiz: Chapter 12 Vocabulary
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 12 DNA and RNA

Wed      24

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 317 #7-12
  • Review: Chapter 12 DNA and RNA

Thurs    25

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test: DNA and protein Synthesis

Fri         26

  • Bell Ringer:  p. 450 Give the classification for a grizzly bear.
  • Classification Activity

May 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the DNA replication process.

Mon      15

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes: Chapter 12.2 Chromosomes and DNA Replication

Tue       16

  • Bell Ringer: p. 315 #1-3
  • Notes: Chapter 12.3 RNA and Protein Synthesis
  • Crash Course: DNA Structure and Replication

Wed      17

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 315 #4-6
  • Due: Notes 12.3
  • Notes: Chapter 12.3 RNA and Protein Synthesis

Thurs    18

  • Bell Ringer: p. 315 #7,8,17
  • Notes: Chapter 12.3 RNA and Protein Synthesis
  • Challenge - Protein Synthesis

Fri         19

  • Bell Ringer:  p. 315 #19, 20
  • Due: Protein Synthesis
  • Notes: Chapter 12.4 Mutations

May 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Describe and diagram the structure of a DNA molecule

Mon      8

Mid-

Quarter

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Review For Test

Tue       9

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test: Chapter 11 Meiosis

Wed      10

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 287 What was Griffith trying to find out?
  • Notes: Chapter 12.1 DNA

Thurs    11

  • Bell Ringer: p. 294 draw and label a DNA molecule
  • Notes: Chapter 12.2 Chromosomes and DNA Replication
  • Vocabulary: Chapter 12 DNA and RNA

Fri         12

  • Bell Ringer:  p. 294 #1
  • Go Over Test
  • Notes: Chapter 12.2 Chromosomes and DNA Replication

May 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Explain a gene map and how it is determined.

Mon      1

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • BRIC visit: Dr Pedulla

Tue       2

  • Bell Ringer: List 3 scientific things you learned from Dr. Pedulla’s visit
  • BRIC Lab: Phages

Wed      3

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: What was the best part of the lab yesterday?
  • BRIC Lab: Phages

Thurs    4

  • Bell Ringer: Explain what a “kill zone” is re: bacteria growth
  • Review Meiosis

Fri         5

  • Bell Ringer: p. 283 #10, 18, 21
  • Review Meiosis
  • Quiz: Meiosis and Vocabulary

April 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the phases of meiosis and what events occur in each.

Mon     24

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes: Dihybrid Cross
  • Due: Punnett Square Practice (#3)

Tue       25

  • Bell Ringer: p. 274 #3, 4
  • Phases of Meiosis - in Journal
  • Due: Incomplete Dominance(#4) and Dihybrid Cross (#5)

Wed      26

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 278 #1, 2
  • Notes: Meiosis
  • Work on Phases of Meiosis

Thurs    27

  • Bell Ringer: p. 278 #4, 5
  • Notes: Meiosis and Gene Linkage

Fri         28

  • Bell Ringer: p. 283 #7-9
  • Due: Phases of Meiosis
  • Due: Journal
  • Crash Course: Meiosis

April 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the P, F1 and F2 generations of a hybrid cross.

Mon     17

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Go Over Chapter 10 Test
  • Video: Great Minds: Mendel

Tue       18

  • Bell Ringer: p. 265 explain the principle of dominance
  • Notes: Chapter 11 The work of Gregor Mendel
  • Activity: Mendel’s Laws

Wed      19

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 283 #1-4
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Probability and Punnett Squares
  • Due: Mendel’s Laws assignment (#1)
  • Punnett Square Practice (#2, 3)

Thurs   20

  • Bell Ringer: p. 283 #5, 6, 11
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Exploring Mendelian Genetics
  • Assignment: Incomplete Dominance (#4)

Fri        21

  • Bell Ringer: p. 283 #13
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Meiosis
  • Due: Incomplete Dominance (#4)

April 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the difference in cell division between plant and animal cells.

Mon     3

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Review for test
  • Quizizz: Mitosis

Tue       4

  • Bell Ringer: p. 259 #6-9
  • Review for test

Wed      5

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 259 #10-12
  • Test: Chapter 10 Cell Growth and Division

Thurs   6

  • Bell Ringer: Make a list of inherited human traits
  • Notes: Introduction to Genetics
  • Great Minds: Gregor Mendel

Fri        7

  • Bell Ringer: p. 266 #1, 2
  • Go over Chapter 10 test
  • Notes: Probability and Punnett Squares

March

Learning Objectives

  • Describe each stage of mitosis.

Mon      27

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Lab: Mitosis in onion root tips

Tue       28

  • Bell Ringer: p. 257 #4-7
  • Lab: Mitosis in onion root tips

Wed      29

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 257 #15, 16
  • Notes: Mitosis
  • Lab Due: Mitosis in onion root tips

Thurs   30

  • Bell Ringer: p. 257 #8-10
  • Notes/Review: Cell Division
  • Crash Course: Mitosis

Fri        31

  • Bell Ringer: p. 259 #1-5
  • Notes/Review: Cell Division
  • Quiz: cell division - vocabulary +

March

Learning Objectives

  • Why is the size of a cell limited?

Mon      20

Spring Equinox

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Review for test

Tue       21

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test: Cellular Respiration

Wed      22

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 241 Why do cells divide instead of growing larger?
  • Notes: Cell Growth
  • Demo: Cell Surface area/volume ratio

Thurs   23

  • Bell Ringer: p. 244 what is the difference between a chromatid and a chromosome?
  • Go over Test
  • Notes: Cell Division

Fri        24

  • Bell Ringer: p. 257 #1-3, 12
  • Notes: Cell Division
  • Lab: Mitosis in onion root tips

March

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the reactants and products of each step of cellular respiration

Mon      13

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Science CRT

Tue       14

  • Bell Ringer: (none)
  • Science CRT

Wed      15

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: (none)
  • Science CRT

Thurs   16

  • Bell Ringer: p. 239 #1-5
  • Fishbowl Creatine Discussion

Fri        17

  • Bell Ringer: p. 239 #6-9
  • Review for test: Chapter 9 Cellular Respiration

February/March 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the reactants and products of the light-dependent reaction and the Calvin cycle.

Mon      27

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 8 Photosynthesis
  • Due: Crash Course Photosynthesis

Tue       28

  • Bell Ringer: p. 216 copy and complete “thinking visually”
  • Review for test

Wed      1

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test: Chapter 8 Photosynthesis

Thurs   2

  • Bell Ringer: p. 222 Write the equation for cellular respiration
  • Notes: Chapter 9 Chemical pathway

Fri        3

  • Bell Ringer: p. 237 #1-4
  • Work on:  Chapter 9 Vocabulary
  • Crash Course ATP and Respiration

February 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the major “players” in the Calvin Cycle.

Mon      20

  • President’s Day - No School

Tue       21

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes: Chapter 8 Photosynthesis
  • Complete Photosynthesis Demo/Lab

Wed      22

  • Bell Ringer: p. 217 #18
  • Lab: Chlorophyll Chromatography

Thurs   23

  • Bell Ringer: p. 219 #7-9
  • Notes: Chapter 8 Photosynthesis
  • Rates of Photosynthesis p. 213

Fri        24

  • Bell Ringer: p. 219 #1-6
  • QUIZ: Photosynthesis Vocab
  • Crash Course Photosynthesis

February 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Write and explain the reaction for photosynthesis

Mon      13

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Go Over Chapter 7 Test
  • From where does the mass of a tree come?

Tue       14

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  • Bell Ringer: p. 203 Draw and Label a molecule of ADP and ATP
  • Mass of a Tree presentations
  • Mass of a tree
  • Notes: Chapter 8 Photosynthesis

Wed      15

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 217 #1-3, 13
  • Notes: Chapter 8 Photosynthesis - Light Dependent Reaction
  • Water Plant Demo/Lab

Thurs   16

  • Bell Ringer: p. 217 #4-6, 15
  • Notes: Chapter 8 Photosynthesis - Calvin Cycle

Fri        17

  • Bell Ringer: p. 217 #7-10
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 8 Photosynthesis
  • Journal Check

February 2017

Learning Objective

  • Explain why many organelles have folded membranes.

Mon     6

  • No School (Snow Day!)

Tue      7

  • No School (Snow Day!)

Wed     8

  • Bell Ringer: Copy agenda and Learning Objective
  • Quiz: Chapter 7 Vocabulary

Thurs  9

  • Bell Ringer: p. 199 #1-5
  • Review Chapter 7 Cell Structure and Function

Fri        10

  • Bell Ringer: p. 198 #26
  • TEST: Chapter 7 Cell Structures and Functions
  • Due: Journals (Cells and Plasmolysis)

January/February

Learning Objective

  • Identify forms of Active Transport

Mon     30

  • Bell Ringer: p. 197 #9,10,12
  • Have you turned in the BRIC permission form?
  • Lab: Cells

Tue      31

  • Bell Ringer: Copy agenda and Learning Objective
  • Lab: Cells

Wed     1

  • Bell Ringer: p. 197 #22, 23
  • Lab: Cells - Plasmolysis

Thurs   2

  • Bell Ringer: p. 199 #6-9
  • Quiz: Chapter 7 Vocabulary
  • Review Chapter 7 Cell Structure and Function

Fri        3

  • PIR - No School for Students

January

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the various forms of transport across a cell membrane.

Mon     23

  • Semester Finals

Tue      24

  • Semester Finals

Wed     25

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: Give examples of hypertonic, hypotonic and isotonic solutions
  • Discuss Semester Final
  • BRIC information form
  • Demo Lab: Egg Osmosis
  • Lab: Cells

Thurs   26

  • Bell Ringer: p. 197 #1-4
  • Lab: Cells

Fri        27

  • Bell Ringer: p. 197 #5-8
  • Due Today: Lab - Cells
  • Due Today: Chapter 7 Vocabulary

January 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the structures of a eukaryotic cell and their functions

Mon     16

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Go do something kind for someone today

Tue      17

  • Bell Ringer: p. 181 What is the function of the microfilaments and microtubules?
  • Demo: Osmosis Day 1
  • Notes: Cell structures and functions
  • Assignment: Crash Course Eukaryopolis  - Due Thurs

Wed     18

  • Bell Ringer: p. 182 Draw and label a cell membrane
  • Quiz: Microscope parts and functions
  • Notes: Cell Boundaries
  • Demo: Osmosis Day 2

Thurs   19

  • Bell Ringer: p. 189 #6
  • Demo: Osmosis Day 3
  • Notes: Cell Boundaries
  • Due: Crash Course - Eukaryopolis

Fri        20

  • Bell Ringer: study for quiz
  • Notes: Diffusion
  • Demo: Osmosis Day 4
  • Quiz: Cell structures and functions

January 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Describe a cell’s organelles and their functions.

Mon     9

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Quiz: Chapter 6 Humans in the Biosphere
  • Notes: Chapter 7 Cell Structure and Function

Tue      10

  • Bell Ringer: p. 170 List the parts of the cell theory
  • Lab: Using a Microscope

Wed     11

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 172-3 What is the difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells?
  • Lab: Using a Microscope

Thurs   12

  • Bell Ringer: How is a cell like a factory?
  • Notes: Cell structures and functions
  • Due: Notes 7.1

Fri        13

  • Bell Ringer: define osmosis and diffusion
  • Notes:  Cell structures and functions
  • Crash Course: Eukaryopolis

January 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Explain Biodiversity and give its importance.

Mon     2

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Presentations: Invasive Species

Tue      3

  • Bell Ringer: p. 154 Give contributions of Thoreau and Hemenway
  • Notes/Video: Biodiversity

Wed     4

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: why is biodiversity worth preserving?
  • Due: Notes Chapter 6 Humans in the Biosphere

Thurs    5

  • Bell Ringer: p. 163 #1-5
  • Presentation: Bears in the Cabinets - W. Kasworm

Fri         6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 163 #6-11
  • Quiz: Chapter 6 Humans in the Biosphere

December 2016

Learning Objectives

  • Understand and be able to explain sustainable development.

Mon   19

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Go Over Chapter 5 Test
  • Mini-Research Project: Invasive Species

Tue     20

  • Bell Ringer: p. 143 #1
  • Mini-Research Project: Invasive Species

Wed    21

  • Bell Ringer: p. 149 #1
  • Mini-Research Project: Invasive Species
  • Work on Notes/Vocab for Chapter 6

Thur   22

  • Bell Ringer: (none)
  • Due Today: Invasive Species Research
  • Turn in Journals

Fri      23

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December 2016

Learning Objectives

  • Describe a demographic transition and when it might occur.

Mon   12

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Go Over Crash Course Population Ecology
  • Notes: Chapter 5 Populations
  • Work on Section Review

Tue     13

  • Bell Ringer: p. 135 #5-10
  • Review: Chapter 5 Populations

Wed   14

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 135-6 #16, 22, 26
  • Due Today: Section Review Populations

Thurs  15

  • Bell Ringer: p. 137 #1-5
  • Review for test

Fri      16

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test: Chapter 5 Populations

December 2016

Learning Objectives

  • What are the factors that affect the size of a population?

Mon    5

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Go Over Chapter 4 Test
  • (Pre-test Chapter 5 - optional)
  • Notes/Vocabulary: Chapter 5 Populations

Tue     6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 123 #2, 3
  • Correct: Exploring Biomes in Gorongosa
  • Argument from Evidence: Rural vs City
  • BRIC survey

Wed   7

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 123 #4, 5
  • Work on Argument from Evidence
  • Notes: Chapter 5 Populations

Thurs  8

  • Bell Ringer: p. 127 #1
  • Due (at end of period) Rural vs City Argument from Evidence

Fri      9

  • Bell ringer: 135 #1-4
  • Due: Chapter 5 Vocabulary
  • Crash Course: Population Ecology

November/December 2016

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the benefits of wetlands.

Mon    28

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Zombie Roaches
  • Notes: Chapter 4 Aquatic Ecosystems and ecosystem productivity
  • Complete Biome Activity: Gorongosa (DUE)

Tue     29

  • Bell Ringer: p.116  #33
  • Coral Reefs 
  • Due Today: Gorongosa Biome Activity
  • In Journal complete p. 117 #1-9
  • Review Ecosystems and Communities

Wed   30

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 115 #9, 22
  • Review Ecosystems and Communities

Thurs  1

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test: Chapter 4 Ecosystems and Communities

Fri      2

  • Bell ringer: p. 119 describe the 3 characteristics of a population
  • Notes: Chapter 5 Populations

November 2016

Learning Objectives

  • What is the importance of coral reefs?

Mon   21

  • Bell Ringer:  page 108-109 Define estuary, photic zone, aphotic zone
  • Biome activity: Google Classroom - Gorongoza National Park

Tue     22

  • Bell Ringer: p. 111 Why are coral reefs so important?
  • Biome activity: Google Classroom - Gorongoza National Park
  • Quiz: Vocabulary Chapter 4

Wed    23

Thanksgiving Break        

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Thurs  24

Fri       25

November

Learning Objectives

  • Be able to explain the process of primary and secondary succession.

Mon   14

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Discuss Wolves on Isle Royale
  • Crash Course: Feel the Love

Tue     15

  • Bell Ringer:  p. 98 Define tolerance and give an example
  • Due: Notes on Biomes
  • Notes: Chapter 4 Biomes

Parent Teacher Conferences

Wed    16

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: Why are there so few reptiles in tundra biomes?
  • Notes: Chapter 4 Aquatic Ecosystems
  • Page 116 #26 Climate data for Lillehammer, Norway

Parent Teacher Conferences

Thurs  17

  • Bell Ringer: p.115 #3-7
  • Notes/Review Chapter 4

Fri       18

  • Bell Ringer: p. 115 #8, 18
  • Notes/Review Chapter 4
  • Due: Vocabulary 4.3, 4.4

Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between weather and climate.  
  • What effect does latitude have on climate?

Mon   7

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes: Chapter 4 The Role of Climate
  • Journals Due

Tue     8

End of Quarter!

  • Bell Ringer: p. 90 Give examples of biotic and abiotic factors
  • Notes: Chapter 4 What Shapes an Ecosystem?

Wed    9

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 115 #1, 2, 12
  • Crash Course

Thurs  10

  • Bell Ringer: None
  • Mr. Kruez and ASVAB results
  • Due: Vocab 4.1-4.2

Fri       11

  • Bell Ringer: Journal prep for presentation
  • Isle Royale Presentation - K. Powers

October/November 2016

Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between detritivores and decomposers.

Mon    31

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Grade Cycle Diagrams

Tue     1

  • Bell Ringer: p. 83 # 6-10
  • Due: Notes on The Algae that (almost) ate Toledo

Wed    2

  • Bell Ringer: p. 83 #24
  • Due (in Journal) p. 85 #1-7
  • Review for Test

Thurs  3

  • Bell Ringer: Study for test
  • Test: Chapter 3 The Biosphere

Fri       4

No School for Students

Teacher PIR day

October 2016

Learning Objectives

  • What is Ecology?

Mon    24

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Inquiry Activity p. 62
  • Notes: Chapter 3 The Biosphere

Tue     25

  • Bell Ringer: p. 65 #3
  • Go Over Test
  • Notes: Chapter 3 The Biosphere

Wed    26

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 65 #4
  • Cycles Diagrams
  • Notes: Chapter 3 The Biosphere

Thurs  27

  • Bell Ringer: p. 68 Write the chemical reaction for photosynthesis
  • Notes: Chapter 3 The Biosphere

Fri       28

  • Bell Ringer: p. 83 #1-5
  • Due: Chapter 3 Vocabulary
  • Due: Cycles Diagrams
  • Notes: Chapter 3 The Biosphere

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the purpose of enzymes.

Mon    17

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Weekly Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Go Over Labs
  • Review for test

Tue     18

  • Bell Ringer: p. 57 #9, 10, 25
  • Review for test

Wed   19

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test: Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life
  • Vocabulary Chapter 3: Ecology

Thurs  20

No School

Montana Education Association Conference

Fri       21

No School

Montana Education Association Conference

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the four groups of organic molecules

Mon    10

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes:  Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life
  • Go Over Crash Course: Carbon

Tue     11

  • Bell Ringer: p. 57 #1-4
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life
  • Chapter 2 Review

Wed    12

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 53 #3
  • Lab: Enzymes
  • Notes/Vocabulary Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life

Thurs  13

  • Bell Ringer: p. 53 #4
  • Due: Enzyme Lab
  • Notes/Vocabulary Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life

Fri       14

  • Bell Ringer: p. 57 #5-8
  • Notes/Vocabulary Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life

Learning Objectives

  • Give the characteristics of carbon (cont.)

Mon    3

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Pasteur’s Experiment - Final Analysis
  • Discuss pH Lab
  • Go Over Journal Check
  • Go Over Crash Course: Water
  • Due: Notes Chapter 2 Section 3

Tue     4

  • Bell Ringer: p. 45 Draw a glucose molecule
  • Crash Course: Carbon is a Tramp
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life

Wed    5

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 47 Draw and label a Nucleic Acid molecule
  • Due: Crash Course: Carbon is a Tramp
  • Notes/Vocabulary Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life

Thurs  6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 48 #2, 3
  • Lab: Nutritional Value of Foods - Bring food samples!

Fri       7

  • Bell Ringer: p. 53 #1, 2
  • Lab: Nutritional Value of Foods (complete and turn in)

September 2016

Learning Objectives

  • Give the characteristics of carbon.

Mon    26

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Stations: Conifer needles and cones/broth mold
  • Innoculate petri dish with broth samples
  • Go Over Chapter 1 test

Tue     27

  • Bell Ringer: p. 35 Draw and label a helium atom
  • Crash Course: Water
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life

Wed    28

  • Bell Ringer: p. 41 define cohesion and adhesion
  • Quiz: Field Trip Info
  • Notes/Vocabulary Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life

Thurs  29

  • Bell Ringer: p. 39 #2, 3
  • Notes/Vocabulary Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life

Fri       30

  • Bell Ringer: p. 43 #1, 2
  • Lab: pH of Foods
  • Notes/Vocabulary Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life
  • Vocabulary Due: Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life

Learning Objectives

  • What is the structure of a water molecule?

Mon    19

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Prep for Field Trip
  • Review for Chapter 1 test

Tue     20

  • Biology Field Trip to Alvord Lake

Wed    21

  • Bell Ringer: “The best part of the field trip was…”
  • Test: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science
  • Vocabulary Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life

Thurs  22

  • Bell Ringer: p. 65 #3
  • Notes/Vocabulary Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life
  • Pasteur’s Experiment: Day 18

Fri       23

  • No School for Students (PIR for staff)

Learning Objectives

  • What are the organization levels of living things?

Mon    12

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Decomposition of Fallen Leaves - due Tues
  • Pasteur’s Experiment Day 7

Tue     13

  • Bell Ringer: p. 31 #5-7
  • Due Today: Decomposition of Fallen Leaves
  • DHMO essay (Google Classroom)
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science

Wed    14

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 31 #8-10, 12
  • Due Today: Vocabulary 1-3
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science

Thurs  15

  • Bell Ringer: p. 31 #20, 24
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science
  • Scientific Method Scenarios

Fri       16

  • Bell Ringer: p. 33 #1-6
  • Quiz: Vocabulary The Nature of Science
  • Pasteur’s experiment Day 11
  • Review for test: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science

Learning Objectives

  • What are the characteristics of living things?

Mon    5

Labor Day

Tue     6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 7 #3
  •  Copy Agenda
  • p. 4 Define Inference and give 2 examples.
  • Discussion: Square Meter
  • Notes: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science
  • Pasteur’s experiment Day 1

Wed    7

  • Bell Ringer: p. 31 #1-4
  • Notes: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science
  • Pasteur’s experiment Day 2
  • Due: Worksheet - The Scientific Method
  • Assignment: Vocabulary - Sections 1&2 Due Friday

Thurs  8

  • Bell Ringer: p. 15 #1, 2
  • Pasteur’s experiment Day 3
  • Assignment - Decomposition of Fallen Leaves - Due Monday
  • Notes: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science

Fri       9

  • Bell Ringer: p. 15 #4, 5
  • Pasteur’s experiment Day 4
  • Notes: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science
  • Quiz: Characteristics of Living Things
  • Due: Chapter 1 Vocabulary: Sections 1, 2

August/September 2016

Learning Objectives

  • What is Science?

Mon    29

  • PIR (teachers and staff)
  • Open House (students and parents)

Tue     30

  • PIR (teachers and staff)

Wed    31

Welcome Back to School!

  • Warm-Up:
  • What do you want to learn in Biology this year?
  • Copy Agenda
  • Google Classroom Survey – Due on Friday!
  • Classroom Policies and Journal Introduction
  • Scientific Method
  • Journal Introduction: Observation/Modeling Skills

Thurs  1

  • Warm-Up: List the (7) steps of the scientific method
  • Lab Safety Policy - Due Tomorrow
  • Observation Skills:  Square Meter

Fri        2

  •  Warm-Up: What is Biology all about?  What might a biologist study?
  • Due Today:
  • Google Classroom Survey
  • Book Cover
  • Lab Safety Policy
  • Square Meter Investigation (cont.)
  • Discuss: Meaningful/Power Sentences
  • Notes/Vocabulary: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science