Updated through 2/5/15

Report
Ben Mangrum
Periods 2, 3, 4
Room 406
1.
2.
Science News article--Atlantic ocean
methane vents: read, answer questions,
discussion
Syllabus talk
*Afternoon Assembly Schedule (50 min classes)
1.
Collect Syllabus Contract Sheets
2.
Finish Syllabus talk
3.
Scientific Method review: Brain to Brain
communication article, discussion
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2.
3.
Collect Syllabus Contract Sheets
Review TQ’s, Hypotheses from yesterday’s
article
Chemistry Pre-test
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2.
3.
4.
Make up Chemistry pre-test?
Hand out bathroom passes, books
Draw safety map of lab room with safety
items
Draw, Identify names of chemistry lab items
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2.
3.
Finish Item Drawings, Collect Safety Maps
and Item Drawings, review names
Lab Safety DVD
Review results from pre-test
1.
Review results from pre-test
*Lab Safety Quiz tomorrow
1.
2.
3.
Finish review of results from pre-test
Lab Safety Quiz, correct in class
Ionic Compounds Notes
1.
2.
3.
Review notes, Practice writing formulas and
Naming Ionic Compounds: Simple Binary
compounds, compounds with Polyatomic Ions or
Transition Metals (see p. 221-223)
Review Determination of Bond Type using
Electronegativity, practice (p. 265-266)
Ionic Bond (#23)/Naming Ionic Compounds WS
1.
2.
3.
Make up safety quiz?
Correct Ionic Bond (#23)/Naming Ionic
Compounds WS
Begin Covalent Compound Notes (through
Lewis Structures)
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3.
Continue Covalent Compound Notes
(through Lewis Structures)
Practice drawing Lewis structures: p.244
(#1,2,4), p.256 (#39), p.257 (#42), p.258
(#44), p.260 (#49)
Lewis Structure Practice WS #1
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Correct Lewis Structure Practice WS #1
Review prefix names for Covalent
Compounds
Continue Covalent Compound Notes (VSEPR)
Practice drawing Lewis structures (p. 264
#56-60), assigning geometry, hybrid
orbitals, bond angles
Determining Names (#9), Determining
Electronegativity (#10) WS
*Assembly Schedule
1. Correct Determining Names (#9),
Determining Electronegativity (#10) WS
2. Continue Covalent Compound Notes
(Polarity, Intermolecular forces, Properties
of Covalent Compounds)
3. Covalent Description WS
1.
2.
3.
Correct Covalent Description WS
Chemical Reactions Notes
Writing Chemical Equations WS
1.
2.
3.
Correct Writing Chemical Equations WS
Types of Reactions Notes
Reaction Type Prediction WS #1
*Early Dismissal Schedule (30-35 min)
1. Correct Reaction Type Prediction WS #1
2. Begin Reactions in Aqueous Solutions Notes
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2.
Finish Reactions in Aqueous Solutions Notes
Net Ionic Equation WS
1.
2.
Correct Net Ionic Equation WS
Avogadro’s Number Notes
1.
2.
Continue Avogadro’s Number Notes
P. 981-982 #1-24 (skip #23)
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2.
Correct P. 981-982 #1-24 (skip #23)
Empirical, Molecular Formula Practice WS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Correct Empirical, Molecular Formula
Practice WS
Finish Avogadro’s Number Notes
% Composition (for CaSO4·2H2O), Empirical
Formula of Hydrates p. 353
Hydrate Empirical Formula Practice WS
1.
2.
Correct Hydrate Empirical Formula Practice
WS
Review for Chapter 10 Quiz in notebooks (p.
358 #84, 91, 93, 102, 103, 104, 109, 112,
113, 123, 125, 131, 133, 134, 155, 156,
161, 163, 164, 165, 167, 176, 179, 181,
182)
1.
Correct Review for Chapter 10 Quiz in
notebooks (p. 358 #84, 91, 93, 102, 103,
104, 109, 112, 113, 123, 125, 131, 133,
134, 155, 156, 161, 163, 164, 165, 167,
176, 179, 181, 182)
1.
Chapter 10 Quiz
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2.
3.
Make up quiz?
Stoichiometry Pre-Test
Begin Stoichiometry Notes
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*Early Dismissal Schedule
Make up pre-test?
Hand back quizzes, discuss
Review, Continue Stoichiometry Notes
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4.
Ham Sandwich calculation from
Stoichiometry notes, p. 375
Practice Stoichiometry problems p. 375-377
Practice Stoichiometry using density and STP
Introduce Molarity Calculations from
Stoichiometry Notes, practice on p. 483
*Substitute
1.
Stoichiometry WS
1.
2.
Correct Stoichiometry WS
Stoichiometry Practice WS #1 *you need to
write a balanced equation for each one first
Correct Stoich. Practice WS #1
2.
Practice Stoichiometry problems (STP,
Molarity) on Overhead
*Quiz tomorrow on Stoichiometry!
1.
1.
2.
3.
Review main ideas of Stoichiometry
Stoichiometry Quiz
Start Limiting Reactant Notes
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Make up quiz?
Review Limiting Reactant Notes—PhET
Simulation with Ham Sandwich, Practice
Problems from book
Finish Limiting Reactant Notes (Actual,
Theoretical, % Yield)
% Yield examples from book
Limiting Reactant Practice WS
1.
2.
3.
Make up quiz?
Correct Limiting Reactant Practice WS
Begin pre-lab for Percent Yield of a
Precipitate Lab (see next slide)
1. Title: Percent Yield of a Precipitate
2. Purpose: Objective written in own words
3. Protocol:
Materials (list all materials from procedures)
Safety concerns (list chemical hazards of all
reactants, products)
Flow chart (picture diagram of all steps from
procedures)
4. Pre-lab Analysis: Answer all questions using
complete sentences or show all work for
calculations
5. Data Table: Create a table to collect all
measurements and label all columns with titles
and units
1.
2.
3.
Hand back quiz, discuss
Continue working on pre-labs
Begin Limiting Reactant/Stoich/ Balancing
Equations Practice WS
1.
2.
Turn in pre-labs
Limiting Reactant/Stoich/Balancing
Equations Practice WS
1.
2.
Hand back, discuss Pre-labs, Lab procedures
Correct Limiting Reactant/Stoich/ Balancing
Equations Practice WS
1.
2.
Conduct Percent Yield of a Precipitate Lab
Finish correcting Limiting Reactant/Stoich/
Balancing Equations Practice WS
Final measurements for Percent Yield of a
Precipitate Lab
2.
Discuss post-lab questions
3.
Work on post-lab report (due Wednesday)
*Quiz on Limiting Reactant, % Yield tomorrow!
1.
5. Data Table: Completed table with all data filled in
6. Post-Lab Analysis: Answer (and fully explain) all
questions using complete sentences or show all
work for calculations
7. Conclusion: Write a short paragraph discussing
the overall findings/results from the lab, and
listing at least one way that the lab applies to the
real world or prepares a chemistry student
1.
2.
Limiting Reactant, % Yield Quiz
Finish Post-Lab Report, turn in if done
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2.
3.
4.
Make up quiz?
Collect rest of Post-labs
#6-15 on page 983 (on separate paper)
Hand back post labs, discuss
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2.
3.
4.
Finish discussing lab reports
Hand back quizzes, discuss
Correct #6-15 on page 983
Review for Test with whiteboards:
Stoichiometry examples (esp. density, STP,
molarity)
*Stoichiometry Test Monday!
Finish Review for Test with whiteboards:
Stoichiometry examples (esp. density, STP,
molarity)
*Stoichiometry Test Monday!
1.
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2.
Stoichiometry Test
Read 12.1 in book
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2.
3.
4.
Make up test?
Read 12.1 in book for 10 minutes
Cornell Notes: heading for each paragraph
from text, key points in own words, define
vocabulary
Begin Properties of Gases Lecture
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2.
3.
4.
Hand back tests, discuss
Review, Finish Properties of Gases Lecture
Read 12.4, Cornell Notes: heading for each
paragraph from text, key points in own
words, define vocabulary
Continue Properties of Gases Lecture (12.4)
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2.
3.
Finish Properties of Gases Lecture (12.4)
PhET Simulation: States of Matter
http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/stat
es-of-matter
Ch. 12 Study Guide WS
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2.
3.
Correct Ch. 12 Study Guide WS
Practice: #4-7 p. 409
Ch. 12 Assessment WS
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2.
3.
Correct Ch. 12 Assessment WS
In-class review questions from Gas
Properties Notes
Read, Cornell Notes on Ch. 13.1
*Quiz on Chapter 12.1, 12.4 tomorrow
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2.
3.
Chapter 12.1, 12.4 Quiz
Finish Cornell Notes on Ch. 13.1
Begin Gas Laws Notes, Revisit PhET
Simulation: States of Matter
http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/stat
es-of-matter
*Early Dismissal Schedule
1. Make up quiz?
2. Collect Cornell Notes on Ch. 13.1?
3. Review Gas Laws Notes
4. Practice Calculations (p. 443, 446, 448, 450)
5. Read, Cornell Notes on Ch. 13.2
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2.
3.
Hand back quizzes, discuss
Collect Cornell Notes on Ch. 13.2
Continue Gas Laws Notes
*Substitute
1. Begin Popcorn Pressure Pre-Lab
2. Ch. 13 Study Guide WS?
1. Title: Determine Pressure in Popcorn Kernels
2. Purpose: Background (p. 466) in own words
3. Protocol:
Materials (list all materials from procedures)
Safety concerns (list all physical hazards
associated with any procedures)
Flow chart (picture diagram of all steps from
procedures)
4. Pre-lab Analysis: Answer all questions from
handout showing all work for calculations
5. Data Table: Create a table to collect all
measurements and label all columns with titles
and units
*Assembly Schedule
1. Turn in Pre-Lab (Popcorn Pressure)
2. Ch. 13 Study Guide WS
2. Hand back pre-labs, discuss
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2.
2.
Conduct Popcorn Lab
Begin Post-Lab Calculations
Correct Ch. 13 Study Guide WS
5. Data Table: Completed table with all data filled in
6. Post-Lab Analysis: Answer (and fully explain) all
questions (on pg. 466) using complete sentences
or show all work for calculations
7. Conclusion: Write a short paragraph discussing
the overall findings/results from the lab, and
listing at least one way that the lab applies to the
real world or prepares a chemistry student
1.
2.
3.
4.
Make up popcorn lab?
Finish correcting Ch. 13 Study Guide WS
Finish Post-Labs, turn in when done
Chapter 13 Assessment WS
Correct Chapter 13 Assessment WS
2. Collect rest of labs
3. Check out Biology books, scan over Chapter
2-1 and 2-2, create a list of topics that you
haven’t learned about already
4. Hand back Popcorn labs, discuss
*Chapter 13 Quiz Monday!
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3.
Chapter 13 Quiz
Biology books to absent students?
Descriptive Outline for 2-3 (and anything
listed on board)
*Chapter 12, 13 Test on Thursday!
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3.
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6.
Make up quiz?
Biology books to absent students?
Collect outlines for 2-3
Discuss topic lists from Friday, summarize
on board
HOG RACER Notes
Carbon Compounds Lecture
*Chapter 12, 13 Test Thursday!
1.
2.
Hand back quiz, discuss
Practice items from Ch. 12, Ch. 13 on
whiteboards (Chem Handbook p. 121 #7, 8;
p. 126 # 10, 11; p. 127 #12, 13; p. 128 #
17, 18, 25; Chem Textbook p. 984 # 1, 3, 5,
8, 12, 15, 19, 20)
*Chapter 12, 13 Test tomorrow!
1.
Chapter 12, 13 Test
1.
2.
3.
Make up Chapter 12, 13 Test?
Review Carbon Compounds Lecture
Complete Pre-lab for Identifying Organic
Molecules Lab
1. Title: Identifying Organic Compounds
2. Purpose/Background: Include the
Fundamental Question, discuss the “Biological
Significance” and the “Content from Class”
3. Protocol:
Materials (copy from handout—you bring one
food to test along with the food label)
Safety concerns (summarize from handout)
Flow chart (drawings of procedures)
4. Pre-lab Analysis:
Answer all “Link to the Lab”
questions. Also include Testable Questions and
Hypotheses.
5. Data Table: Copy from handout (using full page)
1.
2.
Hand back tests, review questions, take
requests for problems to be discussed?
Conduct Identifying Organic Molecules Lab
1.
2.
3.
Discuss requested test questions
Finish Identifying Organic Molecules Lab
Begin Post-Lab (Post-Lab Analysis,
Conclusion paragraphs)
5. Data Table: Completed table with all data filled in
6. Post-Lab Analysis: Discuss items listed under
“Analysis” on Lab Report handout
7. Conclusion: Discuss items listed under
“Conclusion” on Lab Report handout
*Half Day
1. Finish lab procedures?
2. Explain “reliability” and “validity”, how they
apply to this lab
3. Complete Identifying Organic Molecules
Post-Lab, turn in if finished
Collect rest of lab reports
2. WS 2-3
3. Descriptive Outlines of 2-4 (on separate
paper if I have your notebook)
*Quiz Wednesday on Carbon Compounds
1.
Hand back lab reports, discuss
2. Collect WS 2-3, Descriptive Outlines of 2-4
3. Correct WS 2-3
4. Energy and Enzymes Lecture
*Quiz tomorrow on Carbon Compounds
1.
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3.
4.
Carbon Compounds Quiz
Review Energy and Enzymes Lecture
Pineapple/Gelatin Introduction
Conduct tests (steps 6-7)
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Make up quiz?
Discuss “Background” with partner, write Fundamental
Question, Testable Question, Hypothesis
Make Final Measurements, Create Data Table, Record
data (compile class data)
Create a graph of average results
Write analysis paragraph
Summarize what was expected to happen
Summarize what actually happened
Identify the following from this lab:
1.manipulated variable (1)
2.responding variable (1)
3. controlled variables (2)
4. validity measure (1)
*Assembly Schedule (50 min classes)
1. Hand back quiz, discuss
2. Collect Labs (FQ/TQ/Hypothesis, Data,
Graph, Analysis/Variables)
3. WS 2-4
4. Descriptive Outlines 3-1, 3-2
*Enzyme/Experimental Design Quiz Tuesday
1.
2.
3.
Hand back labs, discuss
Collect outlines from 3-1 and 3-2, Correct
WS 2-4
Section 3-2 Lecture
*Enzyme/Experimental Design Quiz tomorrow!
Enzyme/Experimental Design Quiz
2. Food chain activity, answer questions
3. WS 3-2
*Bio Chapter 2 Test Thursday!
1.
*Early Dismissal Schedule
1. Make up Enzyme Quiz?
2. Hand back Enzyme Quiz, discuss
3. Collect, review Food web diagram, questions
from activity
4. Introduce 4-day Food Log (to be completed
Thursday-Sunday)
*Bio Chapter 2 Test tomorrow!
1.
2.
Remind about food logs
Bio Chapter 2 Test
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remind about food logs
Field Study—go outside, collect data
Answer questions, discuss responses
Correct WS 3-2
Food Web WS
WS 3-3, draw all three cycles into notebook
Make up tests?
2. Correct Food Web WS
3. 3-3 Lecture
4. Review food logs, discuss how to look up
values and calculate 4-day average
Homework:
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Calculate caloric values for food from 4-day log
using nutrition labels or
https://www.supertracker.usda.gov/foodtracker.a
spx
(link located on lab handout)
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2.
3.
4.
Introduce Energy Loss Lab: measure heat
loss, calculate total body heat loss in 24
hours
Hand back tests, discuss?
Explain kCalories vs. calories
Calculate % of energy lost, write
Conclusion Paragraph (on separate paper)
Collect Energy Loss Lab (food log,
calculations, conclusion paragraph)
2. Review questions from 3-3 Lecture, Correct
WS 3-3
3. Carbon, Nitrogen Cycle, Limiting Nutrient
WS
4. Correct Carbon, Nitrogen Cycle, Limiting
Nutrient WS
5. Begin 4-2 Outlines
*Chapter 3 Quiz tomorrow
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Hand back Energy Loss Labs
Chapter 3 Quiz
Finish 4-2 Outlines
Relationships, Succession Lecture
*Early Dismissal/Assembly Schedule
(10 minute classes)
1. Finish Succession Lecture?
2. Collect 4-2 Outlines
3. Species Interaction WS
4. 5-1, 5-2 WS
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Make up quiz
Correct Species Interaction
Population Simulation (in room 404—My
ComputerCHS AssignmentsBiology),
collect, discuss
Population Density WS
Correct WS 5-1
1.
2.
3.
4.
Hand back quizzes, discuss
Correct 5-2 WS
Correct Population Density WS
Begin Human Impact Jigsaw: read assigned
articles, answer related questions in journals
Human Impact Jigsaw:
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Form homogenous groups (with others that
read same article), review responses to
questions
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Fill out half-sheet summary of topic
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Meet in heterogeneous groups (with others
that read other articles), present summaries
to group, fill out summary table
*Ecology Test Thursday!
1.
Human Impact Jigsaw:
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Finish heterogeneous summaries?
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Collect, Review summary table as a class
2. Guam Snake/Spider article, questions
3. Review list of topics on Ecology test: Create
10 questions that include two terms each,
quiz neighbor and discuss
*Ecology Test tomorrow!
1.
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2.
Ecology Test
Hand out topic lists (biology and chemistry),
begin work on chemistry review sheet
1.
2.
3.
Make up Ecology Test
Discuss Chemistry Review Sheet, practice
examples on whiteboards
Work on final exam review questions
Hand back Ecology Tests, discuss
2. Discuss Chemistry Review Sheet, hand out
solutions (Chemistry and Biology)
*Remember to bring bathroom passes and
chemistry books to the final!
1.
Final Exam Schedule:
Wednesday:
3rd period—7:40-9:20
4th period—9:30-11:10
Friday:
2nd period—7:40-9:20
Ben Mangrum
Periods 2,3,4
Room 406
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5.
Hand out bathroom passes
Microscope Parts and Functions Lecture
Fill out Microscope diagram
Microscope Activity, collect
Outlines/Cornell Notes on p. 172-173,
section 7-2 from book
1.
2.
3.
4.
Collect Outlines, hand out bathroom passes
to absent students?
Parts of a Cell Lecture
Introduce Cell Organelle Analogy project—
develop analogies, review with partner
7.2 WS
Correct 7.2 WS
2. Cell Analogies—finish, review with partner,
discuss poster requirements
3. Begin Cell Transport Lecture
*Cell Organelle Structure, Function Quiz
tomorrow
*Work on Cell Analogy Poster tonight!
1.
1.
2.
3.
Cell Organelle Structure, Function Quiz
Finish Cell Transport Lecture, ABC DVD
7-3 Outlines/Cornell Notes
*Cell Organelle Analogy Posters due Monday!
1.
2.
3.
4.
Make up quiz?
Collect 7-3 Outlines, Collect posters
Cell Membrane Modeling activity, check off
WS 7-3
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2.
3.
4.
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6.
Set up Starch/Iodine/Sandwich bag demo,
leave out on counter
Collect rest of cell membrane models
Correct WS 7-3
Hand back quiz, discuss
Review/Finish Cell Transport Lecture
7-4 Outlines/Cornell Notes
*Early Dismissal Schedule
1. Collect 7-4 Outlines
2. Revisit Cell Transport demo (starch in a bag),
answer questions from overhead
3. Hand back posters, discuss
4. Cell Specialization Lecture
5. WS 7-4
Correct 7-4 WS
2. Read Weird Cells Lab Handout, Draw Flow
Chart of Procedures, demonstrate “wicking”
3. Start Plants, Animals, and Other Weird Cells
Lab
*Cell Membrane, Transport, Specialization Quiz
Monday
1.
1.
2.
Complete Weird Cells Lab
Start post-lab analysis
*Cell Membrane, Transport, Specialization Quiz
Monday
*Lab Report due Tuesday
Cell Membrane, Transport, Specialization
Quiz
2. Finish Cell Lab, answer post-lab analysis
3. Outline 8-1, p. 207, 8-3
*Lab Report due tomorrow!
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Make up quiz?
Collect Weird Cells Lab Reports
Finish Outlines for 8-1, p. 207, 8-3
ATP/ADP coloring activity/8.1 WS
8-3, comparison table WS
*Chapter 7 Test Thursday!
*Early Dismissal/Assembly Schedule
1. Hand back quiz, discuss
2. Hand back labs, discuss
*Chapter 7 Test tomorrow!
1.
2.
3.
4.
Collect outlines, ATP/ADP coloring
activity/8.1 WS, 8-3, comparison table WS
Chapter 7 Test
Start Outlines of 9-1, 9-2 in book
Correct ATP coloring worksheet
1.
2.
3.
4.
Make up test?
Photosynthesis Lecture
Correct 8-3 WS
Finish Outlines of 9-1, 9-2 in book
1.
2.
3.
4.
Hand back tests
Collect outlines 9-1, 9-2
Photosynthesis Animation Videos (#8, 9, 10,
11)
Respiration, Fermentation Lecture
1.
2.
3.
4.
Review, Finish Respiration, Fermentation
Lecture
Respiration Animation Videos (#12-15)
Introduce, Conduct Yeast, Sweeteners Lab
WS 9-1, WS 9-2
Conduct Conduct Yeast, Sweeteners Lab
2. Correct WS 9-1, WS 9-2 (during data
collection)
*Photosynthesis, Respiration Quiz on Friday!
1.
Compile class data, complete graph of data,
answer questions, turn in when done
2. Ch. 8-9 Review WS
*Photosynthesis, Respiration Quiz tomorrow
*Lab packet due tomorrow if not done today
1.
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2.
3.
4.
Correct Ch. 8-9 Review WS
Photosynthesis, Respiration Quiz
10-1, 10-2 WS
Draw phases of mitosis and list major events
of each into notebook
*Ch. 8, 9 Test on Wednesday after the break!
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2.
3.
4.
Make up quiz, hand back
Hand back, discuss lab
Check Mitosis drawings in notebook
Correct 10-1, 10-2 WS
*Ch. 8, 9 Test on Wednesday!
Review Photosynthesis, Respiration
(responses with whiteboards to #1-10 on
pg. 217, 237)
2. Finish Correcting 10-1, 10-2 WS
3. Mitosis dance (using p. 246-247)
*Chapter 8, 9 Test tomorrow!
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2.
Chapter 8, 9 Test
Great Divide pre-Lab
1.
2.
Conduct Great Divide Lab
Complete calculations, graph data
1.
2.
3.
4.
Make up test? Make up lab?
Calculate class averages for Great Divide
Lab, finish analysis questions, turn in when
done
Mitosis Pop-it bead modeling activity
WS 10-3
Hand back tests
2. Hand back lab reports, discuss?
3. Regulating the Cell Cycle Lecture
* Ch. 10 Quiz on Wednesday!
1.
Correct WS 10-3
2. Ch. 10 Review slideshow
3. Read section 11-4 in textbook, define the
following terms: meiosis, homologous
chromosomes, diploid, haploid, tetrad,
crossing-over, gamete
* Ch. 10 Quiz tomorrow!
1.
*Early Dismissal Schedule
1. Ch. 10 Quiz
2. Read section 11-4 in textbook, define the
following terms: meiosis, homologous
chromosomes, diploid, haploid, tetrad,
crossing-over, gamete
3. WS 11-4
*Ch. 10 Test on Friday!
Hand back quiz, discuss
2. Collect WS 11-4
3. Meiosis Lecture
*Ch. 10 Test tomorrow!
1.
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2.
3.
Ch. 10 Test
Draw pictures of phases of meiosis in
notebook (and color chromosome pairs)
Correct WS 11-4
1.
2.
3.
Make up test?
Correct WS 11-4
Begin Paper chromosome activity (put out
colored pencils, scissors, tape/glue, string)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Hand back tests?
Finish, Paper chromosome activity
Read section 11-1, Define the following
vocabulary: true-breeding, trait, gene, allele,
dominant, recessive
WS 11-1/11-2
1.
2.
3.
Mendelian Genetics (11-1) lecture
Correct WS 11-1/11-2
Paper chromosome extension activity—
generate genotypes for two offspring,
determine phenotype for each child for each
trait
1.
2.
3.
4.
Finish Paper chromosome extension
activity—generate genotypes for two
offspring, determine phenotype for each
child for each trait
Collect cell drawings, definitions, paper
chromosome activities
Punnett Square WS
Outline/Cornell notes for 11-3
1.
2.
3.
4.
Collect Outlines for 11-3
Correct Punnett Square WS
Lecture: Dihybrid crosses
Punnett Square WS #2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Correct Punnett Square WS #2
Review Lecture: Non-Mendelian Inheritance
Punnett Square WS #3
“What Mendel Never Knew” Summary Table
Correct Punnett Square WS #3
1.
2.
Correct “What Mendel Never Knew” Summary
Table
Ch. 11 Test Review
*Early Dismissal Schedule
1. Correct Ch. 11 Test Review
2. Partner vocabulary check: haploid, diploid,
homozygous, heterozygous, alleles, genes,
traits, genotype, phenotype, dominant,
recessive, codominant, incomplete dominant,
meiosis, mitosis, crossing over, independent
assortment, sister chromatids, homologous
chromosomes, daughter cells
*Ch. 11 Test on Thursday!
1.
2.
Ch. 11 Test
Outline 14-1, 14-2 in book
1.
2.
3.
4.
Make up test?
Collect outlines
Start 14-1 Lecture
Pedigree practice p. 343
1.
2.
3.
4.
Hand back tests
Karyotype Activity
Finish 14-1 Lecture?, 14-2 Lecture
Punnett Square WS #4
1.
2.
Correct Punnett Square WS #4
Introduce Genetic Counselor Letter, start
preparing karyotype (due Wednesday, 4/2)
1.
Finish karyotypes, write rough draft of
Genetic Counselor letter (due tomorrow,
typed with karyotype)
1.
2.
Color-code Genetic Counselor Letters, share
with partner(s), turn in
Genetics Pedigree WS
1.
2.
Correct Genetics Pedigree WS
Blood Typing Mini-Lab

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