BIOLOGY CALENDAR!

May

1

-Maymester Check-in

-Dissection Check-in

Skeletal System Notes

2

-Dissection Check-In

-Muscular System notes

3

-Nervous System Notes

4

-Cardiovascular System Notes

-Heart Rate Response

5

No School/Teacher PD Day

8

The Incredible Human Machine Documentary

9

Dissections

10

Dissections

11

Dissections

12

Dissections

15

Digestive

16

Endocrine System

Lymphatic System

17

Reproductive System

-Anatomy Study Guide

18

Study day for Anatomy Quiz

19

-Anatomy Quiz

22

The Incredible Human Machine Documentary

23

TPOL Prep

24

TPOL Prep

25

TPOL Prep

26

Advisory Olympics

29

No School/ Memorial Day

30

TPOLS

31

TPOLS

1

TPOLS

2

TPOLS

April

3

No school: Teacher PD

4

-Warm Up: Mitosis/Meiosis Article Spirit Read

5

-Movie Project Work Time (filming)

6

-Movie Project Work Time (filming)

7

-Movie Project Work Time (filming)

10

-Movie Project Work Time (filming/editing/exhibition prep)

11

-Movie Project Work Time (filming/editing/exhibition prep)

12

PSAT (no class)

13

-Movie Project Work Time (filming/editing/exhibition prep)

14

-Movie Project Work Time (filming/editing/exhibition prep)

17

-Movie Project Work Time (editing/exhibition prep)

18

-Movie Project Work Time (editing/exhibition prep)

19

-Movie Project Work Time (editing/exhibition prep)

20

-Movie Project Work Time (editing/exhibition prep)

21

-Movie Project Work Time (editing/exhibition prep)

24

-Movie Project Work Time (editing/exhibition prep)

25

-Movie Project Work Time (editing/exhibition prep)

26

-Movie Project Work Time (editing/exhibition prep)

27

Exhibition Prep

All School Exhibition

28

-Connections

-Project Reflection/DP Update DUE: Midnight on Wednesday 5/3

March

1

SLC’s

-Movie Project Assignment Sheet

-Split groups and create norms and action plans for scriptwriting and storyboarding/set design

-Script Layout

2

Sub:

-team meeting: Directors share out

-scripting/storyboarding/set design

3

Sub:

-team meeting: Directors share out

-scripting/storyboarding/set design

6

-Warm Up: Sticky Notes

-Scriptwriting/Storyboarding/Set Design

7

-Warm Up: Team meeting: Daily goals, weekly goals

-Project work time

-Team Check In

8

2nd Period:

Feedback Circles

5th Period: Warm Up: Team Meeting

-Project Work Time

-Team Check In

9

-Warm Up: Team meeting: Daily goals, weekly goals

-Project Work Time

-Team Check In

10

-2nd:Warm Up: -CRISPR: Designer Babies (stop at 10:20)

-3rd: Warm Up:

-4th: Warm Up: Antibiotic Resistance

-5th: Warm Up:

13

-Team Meeting

-Scriptwriting/Storyboarding

-Mitosis/Meiosis Flip

Book

14

-Team Meeting

-Scriptwriting/Storyboarding

-Mitosis/Meiosis Flip

Book

15

-Team Meeting

-Scriptwriting/Storyboarding

-Mitosis/Meiosis Flip

Book

16

-Team Meeting

-Scriptwriting/Storyboarding

-Mitosis/Meiosis Flip

Book

17

-Team Meeting

-Scriptwriting/Storyboarding

-Mitosis/Meiosis Flip

Book

20

21

22

23

24

27

28

29

30

31

February

-Warm Up: Meiosis: The Great Divide!

-Warm Up: FSF: Sex Determination

1

-Warm Up: Why is a chicken egg a good representation of a cell?

-Group Work: Finish Myth Busters Write-Up Due on Friday 2/3

2

-Warm Up: none

-Group Work: Finish Myth Busters Write-Up

-Conferences

 Due on Friday 2/3

3

-Warm Up:FSF: “What if you stopped drinking water?”

Group Work: Finish Myth Busters Write-Up Due on Friday 2/3

6

-Warm Up: How can drinking too much water kill you?

-DNA project check-in

-The Secret of Life

7

-Warm Up: At your table, double check your responses to the DNA: The Secret of Life questions.

-The Secret of Life

8

-Warm Up: What is a double helix?

-The structure of DNA notes

-DNA Structure Puzzle

9

-Warm Up:

DNA Replication: The Cell’s Extreme Team Sport

-modeling DNA Replication

-DNA replication article.

10

-Warm Up: What goes into a well made science film?

-The Human Genome Project

13

-Warm Up: From the Human Genome Project movie, what are some ideas you have that could potentially go into the movie project?

-The Human Genome Project

14

-Warm Up: none

-Finish:The Human Genome Project

-Discussion/Debrief 4-Corners

15

-Discussion/Debrief 4-Corners

-Eugenics Article

16

-Warm Up: what is one question you can ask Rollin today?

-Rollin: Guest Speaker on CRISPR

-Roxy: Roses-n-Thorns

17

Teacher PD Day: No School

-The Secret of Our Lives Video

-Furry Family Punnett Squares

20

President’s Day: No School

-Meeting Mendel

-Genetic Dominance Notes

21

-Warm Up:The Cell Cycle and Cancer

-DNA Gallery Walk

-30,000 ft view brainstorm

-Movie Making Roles Survey

22

-Warm Up:Exquisite Corpse

-Collaboration Norms

-movie making roles assignments

-Top 15 Mistakes

23
-Warm Up: What should we be looking for in our movie research?

-movie concept research

-Per. 2: GATTACA

-Per. 3: The Fly

-Per. 4: Containment

-Per. 5: Magic School Bus

24

-Warm Up: Write “Collaboration Norms” on your warm up sheet.

-Per. 2: GATTACA/Roles

-Per. 3: movie concept winnowing/The Fly/Roles

-Per. 4: movie concept winnowing/Roles

-Per. 5: movie concept winnowing/Roles

27

-Warm Up: Mitosis:The Amazing Cell Process That Uses Division to Multiply!

-In Pairs: complete Plot Organizer

-Present plots to class

-Silent voting

28

1

SLC’s

-Movie Project Assignment Sheet

-Split groups and create norms and action plans for scriptwriting and storyboarding/set design

-Script Layout

2

Sub:

-team meeting: Directors share out

-scripting/storyboarding/set design

3

Sub:

-team meeting: Directors share out

-scripting/storyboarding/set design

January

2

No Class/Teacher PD Day

3

-Warm Up:What was your highlight and lowlight from Winter break?

-Local Lynx Article

-Cell Pre-Test

4

-Warm Up: Draw and label the structure of an atom. Include the following terms and their charges (+/-/Ø): proton, nucleus, neutron, and electron.

-Pre-Test Results

-The Chemical Basis for Life Notes

-Shine On You Crazy
Diamond Article

5

-Warm Up: Thursday Science Film (RRR)

-Compare and Contrast Nutrition labels.

-Act out the structure of each biomolecule.

6

-Warm Up: FSF (RRR)

-Compare and Contrast Nutrition labels.

-Fill out graphic organizer for each biomolecule.

9

-Turn in warm ups and biomolecule homework from last week.

10

-Warm Up: MSF-Billy Barr

-BMI Article

11

-Warm Up: What is Body Mass Index (BMI) and what does it tell you about your body?

-BMI Article

12

-Warm Up: Based off your knowledge of biomolecules, what foods do you think can impact your BMI?

-BMI Article

13

-Warm Up: Does BMI matter? RRR

-BMI Article

16

No School/MLK Day

17

-BMI Article finish/Independent study time

18

-Warm Up: What is the number one takeaway you got from the BMI Article?

-Debrief article.

-Biomolecule Pre-Lab

19

-Warm Up: What is the difference between a sugar and a starch?

-Biomolecule Lab: Day 1

20

-Warm Up: none.

-Biomolecule Lab: Day 2

-Biomolecule Post Lab

23

-Warm Up: What is the difference between quantitative and qualitative data?

-Biomolecules Lab data analysis

-Biomolecules Lab Conclusion

24

-TSF:”Can You Drink Too Much Water?”

-The Cell Membrane (notes)

-Myth Busters Write-Up Introduction

 

 -Rubric/Outline

-Model Write-up

25

-Warm Up: (RRR) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaZ8MtF3C6M (watch till 3:48)

-Movement Across the Cell Membrane (Notes)

-Cell Membrane Vocab

-Group Work: Myth Busters Hypotheses and Procedure

26

-Warm Up: What makes this a well written introduction?

-Myth Busters Group Work: Write the  Introduction

27

-Warm Up: none

-Mythbusters assignment check-in.

-Group work: Hypotheses, procedure, and introduction.

-Procedure check-off by the end of class.

30

-Warm Up: none

-Group Work: Begin testing

31

-Warm Up: none

-Group Work: Collect Data Results

-Group Work: Begin working on Myth Busters Write-Up

1

2

3

December

28

No Class/Teacher PD Day

29

Absence Letter

30

Exhibition Prep/Exhibition Night!

-Removing Plastic From the Ocean

1

-Exhibition Debrief

-Project Reflection

2

-DP Updates

5

-Project Reflection

6

-Project Reflection

7

-Project Reflection Critique.

8

-Biology 1st Semester Feedback Survey

-DP Update

9

12

POLs

13

POLs

14

POLs

15

POLs

16

POLs

19

Winter Break

20

Winter Break

21

Winter Break

22

Winter Break

23

Winter Break

26

Winter Break

27

Winter Break

28

Winter Break

29

Winter Break

30

Winter Break

November

31

No Class: Teacher PD Day

1

-Project Conference Rubric and Entrance Ticket

-Project Work Time- Solidify data collection and Research Question

-Question Critique

2

-Data collection and Research Question Due

-Group/Teacher Conferences

3

Guest Speaker: Karen Hickerson (Bear Ecology)

4

-Take Action Written Proposal Rubric

-Project work time:Take Action Written Proposal Rough Draft-Due by 11/09

7

-Project work time:Take Action Written Proposal Rough Draft-Due by 11/09

8

9

-Infographics how-to

-Project Work Time: Infographic (Due 11/15)

-Results Section Example

10

-Written Proposal Rough Draft Due!

-Group/Teacher Conferences

11

-Project Work Time: Written Proposal Refinement/ Conferences

-Infographic Examples

14

Written Proposal Due!

-Project Work Time: Infographic (Rubric)

15

-Project Work Time: Infographic

16

-Infographic Critique

17

-Infographic Refinement

18

-Infographic Due!

21

Thanksgiving Break

22

Thanksgiving Break

23

Thanksgiving Break

24

Thanksgiving Break

25

Thanksgiving Break

28

No Class: Teacher PD Day

29

-Exhibition Prep

30

Exhibition Prep/Exhibition Night!

1

-Exhibition Debrief

2

-Digital Portfolio Updates

October

3

-Warm Up: Which ecosystems do you care about personally?

-Ecology Take Action Project (what to expect in the next couple of weeks)

-Ecology Take Action Question Brainstorm

4

-Warm Up: Do ecosystems change over time? What could cause those changes?

-Finish Ecology Notes

5

-Warm Up: What benefits would an organism gain from being the first to grow/be present after a disturbance to an ecosystem?

-Disturbances

 and succession (primary and secondary)

-Mt. Saint Helen’s

6

-Project work day

7

-”Ecology Research” continued

10

-Warm Up: What are TWO things you want to get out of our Field Work Trip

-Ecology Take Action Field Work Trip Check-In

-Question Brainstorm

11

TRAIL WORK DAY!!

12

TRAIL WORK DAY!

13

-Warm Up: Thursday Science Film RRR

-Matter and Energy Cycles-Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

-Exquisite corpse creative writing-starting at different places in the trophic levels-write a creative story following the flow of energy

14

Warm Up: What goes into a well created scientific question?

-Ecology Project Question Formation

-Field Trip Debrief-Roses and Thorns

17

-Warm Up: How do you think you, personally, impact the ecosystems around you?

-Analyzing Human Impacts on Population Dynamics Lab Activity

18

-Warm Up: What were some challenges you came across in the Populations Dynamics lab yesterday?

-Finish Lab Write-Up

19

SLC’S

-Warm Up: Describe the ecosystem you saw while we were in Horse Gulch on our field trip.

-Plankton Video

-Pika Video

20

-Warm Up: What do you want to contribute to your group for the Ecology Take Action project?

-Durango Ecosystem(s) Exploration

-Project Group Meet and Greet: Deciding on a group/deciding on a question.

21

-Warm Up: None

-Durango Ecosystem(s) Exploration (Finish)

-Project Group Meet and Greet: Deciding on a question.

24

-Warm Up: Monday Science Film:RRR

-The water, carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus cycles

25

-Warm Up: Find your group!

-Creating the Question Rubric

-Project Work Time: Description of the Ecosystem and Defining the Question(s) Outline-Due by 10/27

26

-Warm Up: Glancing over the article: 1) What do you think the article is about? 2)What questions do you have?

-Forest Restoration Article

-Project Work Time: Description of the Ecosystem and Defining the Question(s) Outline-Due by 10/27

27

-Warm Up: What information did you gather from the Ecology Guest Speaker that can apply to your ecology project?

-Description and Definition Outline Due!

-Project work time: data collection, research, and possible solutions outline-Due by 11/02

28

-SASO

31

No class/Teacher PD day

1

2

3

4

September

5

No School! Labor Day Holiday

6

-Warm Up: What are characteristics of a strong scientific explanation?

-Examining Student Explanations
-Swap Inquiry Cubes with a classmate, solve it, then complete a paragraph evidence explanation.

7

-Warm Up: Describe a situation when you had a problem to solve and you came up with a better solution after talking with several people, instead of solving it on your own.

-Nature of Science Four Corners

-Lab Safety Contracts

-Introduction to Gummy Bear Lab

8

-Warm Up: Safety Contract Quiz

-Day One of Gummy Bear Lab-Collaboration

9

-Warm Up: Scenario: You need to prepare for a “lab meeting,” where you will discuss your results with the class. What might the goal of the meeting be?

-Prepare for the lab meeting/analyze gummy bear data.

12

No School! Teacher PD Day

13

-Warm Up: What surprised you the most (and why) about the results from round one of the Life Saver lab? What did not surprise you and why?

-Lab Meeting/Presentations of data/results

-Debrief lab meeting

14

-Warm Up: How did the lab meeting tie back to the ideas of communication, collaboration, and skepticism?

-Procedure redesign discussion- How can we modify our current protocol to get better measurements?

- Execute new procedure.

-Class Data 

15

-Warm Up: What does the following quote mean to you?: “Skepticism is the agent of reason against organized irrationalism ---and therefore one of the keys to human social and civic decency.” ~Stephen Jay Gould

 -Collect and record data.

-Discuss: Class Frequency Distribution Table: Are our data and conclusions strong enough to present to other scientists?

16

-Warm Up: FSF

-Read: Top Science Scandals of 2011

-Life Savers Lab Assessment: Exploring two characteristics of scientific research.

19

-Warm Up: What does the following quote mean to you?: “Thoroughly conscious ignorance is the prelude to every real advance in society.” ~James Clerk Maxwell

-The Importance of Stupidity in Science Article

-Article Questions

20

-”Ecological Research”

21

-Warm Up: What does the following quote mean to you?: “In an honest search for knowledge you quite often have to abide by ignorance for an indefinite period.” ~Erwin Schrödinger

-Socratic Seminar on Stupidity in Science Article

-Stupidity Seminar Reflection

22

-Warm Up: Finish Stupidity Seminar Reflection

-Science through the centuries

23

-Warm Up: FSF

-Science through the centuries Closure Discussion

-The New England Journal of Medicine Timeline Interactive

26

-Warm Up: None

-Read and Annotate the Head Transplant Article for Seminar

27

-Warm Up: Where should we draw the line with surgeries and research when it comes to altering human/animal bodies?

-Head Transplant Article Check-In

-Closure: Where should we draw the line with altering our ecosystems and environment?

28

-Warm Up: In your own words, define what it means to be alive.

-Characteristics of Life Notes

29

-Warm Up: In your own words, define ecology.

-Continue Characteristics of Life Notes

30

-Warm Up:FSF

-Introduction to Ecology: Factors in Ecosystems (abiotic vs. biotic)

-Levels of organization of the biosphere

-Trophic levels of energy flow (NOTES)

Nature of Science:: https://www.nwabr.org/sites/default/files/0Form_Assess_Graphic_Organizer_SNoSR.pdf 

The Social Nature of Science: https://www.nwabr.org/teacher-center/nature-scientific-research-0#lessons 

August  

1

2

3

4

5

8

9

10

11

12

15

16

17

18

19

22

First day of school (9th and 12th grade)!

23

First day of school (10th and 11th grade)!

24

Student Orientation

25

24 Hour Project

26

24 Hour Project

29

Introduction to School Year:

-Dino Toss

-Classroom Norms

-Syllabus

-DP Check In

-Introduction to Science Inquiry Cube

30

-Science Inquiry Cube

     -Warm Up: What do you know about how scientists do their work? How would you describe a scientific investigation?

   -Exploring Cube #1: What’s on the bottom?

 

31

-Science Inquiry Cube

   -Warm Up: Are we doing science?

   -Notes: Key Points

   -Cube #2

9/1

-Science Inquiry Cube

   -Warm Up: Describe the Nature of Science

   -Introduce Cube Creating Assignment-making our own cubes

9/2

-Science Inquiry Cube

    -Warm Up: FSF

    -Cube Creating Assignment continued-Finish creating inquiry cubes.

Solid intro FSF: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/157af10792843c3e?projector=1 

May

2

Escape Room Exhibition

3

Escape Room Exhibition

4

Escape Room Exhibition

5

Escape Room Exhibition

6

Escape Room Exhibition

9

Escape Room Clean Up

10

Escape Room Clean Up

11

Connections Circle

Escape Room Reflection

12

ALL SCHOOL EXHIBITION

13

Celebrations

16

OSPREY WEEK

17

OSPREY WEEK

18

OSPREY WEEK

19

OSPREY WEEK

20

OSPREY WEEK

23

TPOL Prep

24

TPOL Prep

25

TPOL Prep

26

TPOL Prep

27

Advisory Olympics

30

TPOLS

31

TPOLS

6/1

TPOLS

6/2

TPOLS Make Ups

6/3

Teacher In-Service Day

April

4

No Class! Teacher PD day

5

Escape Room Set Design

6

Escape Room Set Design

7

Escape Room Set Design

8

Escape Room Set Design

11

Escape Room Set Design

12

Escape Room Set Design

13

Escape Room Set Design

14

Escape Room Set Design

15

Escape Room Set Design

18

Escape Room Set Design/Puzzle Hunt

19

Escape Room Set Design/Puzzle Hunt

20

Escape Room Set Design/Puzzle Hunt

21

Escape Room Set Design/Puzzle Hunt

22

Escape Room Set Design/Puzzle Hunt

25

Playtesting

26

Playtesting

27

Playtesting

Artist Statement work time. 

28

Playtesting

Artist Statement DUE EOC!

29

Playtesting

March

1

-Cladograms/Taxonomy

-Body System Puzzle Piece Presentation Work Time

2

-Comparative Anatomy

-Body System Puzzle Piece Presentation Work Time

3

-PRESENT!

4

-PRESENT!

7

FLC Career Fair Make-Up

8

-Finish presentations

-Introduce Art Piece Portion of Escape Room Project

9

-Art piece work time

10

-Art piece work time

11

-Art piece work time

14

Dissections!

15

Dissections!

16

Dissections!

17

Dissections!

18

Dissections!

21

-Escape Room Puzzle Critique

22

-Anatomy Art Piece Critique

23

-art piece refinement

24

-art piece refinement

25

-Art piece refinement

DUE!: Art Piece EOC

28

SPRING BREAK!

29

SPRING BREAK!

30

SPRING BREAK!

31

SPRING BREAK!

SPRING BREAK!

February

1

-Warm Up: Explain your puzzle to an elbow partner

-Puzzle building and refining

2

-Warm Up:

-Crime Scene Basics Notes

-Selective Attention Test

-Eyewitness Test 1

-Eyewitness Test 2

-Short Term Memory Test

3

-Fingerprinting Lab

4

-Eyewitness Misidentification revisited

-DNA Extraction

-DNA Amplification PCR Activity

-Exit Ticket

5

-Escape Room Project Puzzle Work Time: Moving into the testing phase, we will be trying our puzzles on live subjects!

8

-Innocence Project Guest Speaker: Ken

9

-The Innocence Project

-Circle Up: Biggest takeaways from Ken’s visit.

-Letters to Ken

-Sign Up for SLC’s

10

-How Gel Electrophoresis Works

-Gel Electrophoresis Lab

11

-Gel Electrophoresis Lab

-Post Lab Questions

12

-Project Work Time

15

No School!

16

No Class! Teacher PD day

17

-Toxicology Introduction

-White Powder Lab Intro

18

White Powder Lab

19

-White Powder Lab Continued (Answer Post-Lab Questions)

-Mouse Party

22
DUE:
White Powder Lab Pre-questions, Post-questions, and Data table.

-Check In/ Catch Up about Project

-Introduction to Body Systems Puzzle Piece Presentation

23

SLC Rehearsal

24

Learning how to Teach

-Warm Up: Think of a basic everyday task, like brushing your teeth-how would you teach that task to an Alien?

-The basic structure of a solid lesson. 

-Independent “mini-lesson-prep” time

25

-Mini-Lesson Teaching session: In small groups, teach each other your pre-planned mini-lessons.

-Critique one-another's’ lesson format and delivery.

26

-Body System Puzzle Piece Presentation

-Body System Rubric

29

-Comparative Anatomy

-Body System Puzzle Piece Presentation Work Time

January

4 -Warm Up: Collaboration

-Around the World: Winter Break Highlight

-1st semester review: Jeopardy  

5 -Warm Up: What do you know/want to know about genetics?

-The Secret of Our Lives Video

-Discussion/Debrief 4-Corners

6 Warm Up: Missing dog scenario

-The story of Mendel: Inheritance in Pea Plants (Notes)

-Punnett Square Round Robin

7

No Class PoWeR/Career Fair

8 Warm Up FSF: Sex Determination

11

No Class (Escape Room Field Trip)

12

-Warm up: Three things to tell peers about escape room/Three things to ask about escape rooms

-Debrief Escape Room

-Escape Room Q&A

13

Warm Up: Missing dog scenario

-The story of Mendel: Inheritance in Pea Plants (Notes)

-Punnett Square Round Robin

-Furry Family Punnett Squares

14

-Warm Up: Describe your traits

-Genetics Class Notes

-Punnett Square Mastery

-Introduce Independent Forensic Research Questions

15

-Independent Forensic Research Time

-Forensic Questions

18

No School MLK Jr. Day

19

Check-In

-Punnett Squares

-Forensic Research Questions

-Committee Choices

-Escape Room Scenario Proposal

20

-Escape Room Scenario Round Robin

21

-Escape Room Scenario Round Robin

22

-Committee Meet and Greet

-Team Time

25

No School

PD Day

26

-Warm Up: Vocabulary Review

-Introduction to Pedigrees

-Interactive Pedigrees

-Eugenics Article

27

-Warm Up: Pre Write: Summarize article, list any unknown words, and list three discussion points.

-Eugenics Discussion

-Exit Ticket

28

-Warm Up: TSF: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaH0Ws8RtSc 

-Unpacking the Eugenics Article

-Further Reflection

-Pedigree Practice

-DNA From the Beginning

29

-Warm Up: Solve the Puzzle

-Project Work Time: 1st draft and brainstorming biology puzzles

December

30

-Warm Up:

DNA Replication: The Cell’s Extreme Team Sport

-Acting out DNA Replication

1

-Warm Up: The Cell Cycle and Cancer

-Mitosis and Meiosis Gallery Walk

-Introduction to Cell Division Flip Books

-Flip Book Rubric

2

Warm Up:

Mitosis:The Amazing Cell Process That Uses Division to Multiply!

-Flip Book Research

3

-Warm Up: Meiosis: The Great Divide!

-Flip Book Research

4

-Warm Up: FSF: Mutations: The Potential Power of a Small Change

-Flip Book outline due!

7

-Warm Up:

-Flip Book Construction

8

-Warm Up:

-Flip Book Construction/Beautification

9

-Warm Up:

-Flip Book Beautification

10

-Warm Up:

-Flip Book Beautification

Mitosis/Meiosis Flip Book Due!!

11

-Osmosis Revisited!

-Biology Survey

14

P.O.L. Prep

15

P.O.L. Prep

16

P.O.L.S

17

P.O.L.S

18

P.O.L.S

21

Winter Break!

22

Winter Break!

23

Winter Break!

24

Winter Break!

25

Winter Break!

28

Winter Break!

29

Winter Break!

30

Winter Break!

31

Winter Break!

1

Winter Break!

November

2

-Warm Up: TPS “What is the purpose of our lab today?

-Onion/Cheek Cell Lab

-Closure: Circle up-”What do you need to do to be ready for the exam on Wednesday?”

3

-Cell Organelle Bingo

4

-Cell Anatomy Exam!

-Student Survey

5

-Warm Up: Short Response Pre-Write

-”The Data”

-Conversation Cafe

6

-FSF:”Can You Drink Too Much Water?”

-The Cell Membrane

-C.O.W.: “Can You Die From Drinking Too Much Water?”

9

-Warm Up:

C.O.W questions 

-Movement Across the Cell Membrane (Notes)

-Myth Busters Write-Up Introduction

 

 -Rubric/Outline

-Model Write-up

10

-Osmosis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaZ8MtF3C6M (watch till 3:48)

-Warm Up: C.O.W. questions

-Group Work: Myth Busters Hypotheses and Procedure

11

-Warm Up: C.O.W. questions

-Procedure Check

-Group Work: Begin testing

12

-Warm Up: C.O.W questions

-Diabetes I & II

-Group Work: Collect Data Results

-Independent Work: Begin working on Myth Busters Write-Up

13

C.O.W Due

-Warm Up: FSF: “What if you stopped drinking water?”

-Independent Work: Finish Myth Busters Write-Up Due on Tues 11/17

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Warm Up: C.O.W.: How DNA Works

-Myth Busters Work Time

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-Warm Up: C.O.W. Questions

-Peer Review Myth Busters Write-Up

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-Warm Up: C.O.W. Questions

-Refining Myth Busters Write-Up

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-Warm Up: C.O.W Questions

-DUE! Myth Busters Write Up

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-Osmosis Documentary Film.

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Thanksgiving Break

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Thanksgiving Break

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Thanksgiving Break

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Thanksgiving Break

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Thanksgiving Break

-Warm Up: C.O.W

“A Stem Cell Story”

“Stem Cells Breakthrough”