Honors Biology

FINAL PROJECT

Due:               Thursday, May 19 – it will not be accepted late!  I will take it early.

Choices:    (Choose one)     You decide which project you will do.

Cell Project: 3D Cell Project

Genetic Disorder Research: GeneticResearch

Animal Evolution Project: Animal Evolution project

Biome Project: Biome Project

Grade:            Each project is worth 100 points.  The points will be awarded as follows:

Cell Project                                         Another test grade in Cell unit.

Genetic Disorder Research                 Another test grade in Heredity unit.

Animal Evolution Project                   Another test grade in Evolution unit.

Biome Project                                     Another test grade in Ecology unit.

You can work on this any day in class after the EOC on May 9. I have some references you can use.  You need to supply your own materials unless you need construction paper, markers, or colored pencils.

Presentation:  For an extra 10 points, you can present your project on our exam day.

Third period                May 23

Fifth Period                 May 24

 

Calendar for EOC Review

 Gunderson Topic Review: eoct content domain

EOC Extra Credit – due May 4 – I will not accept it late, but I will accept it early.  You only received one of these. Be sure you download the correct one if you are getting a second copy.  If you are not sure, ask me.  I know which one you had.

EOCBIO ReviewA

EOCBIO ReviewB

EOCBIO ReviewC

DATE ACTIVITY
Wednesday, April 27 Topic: Macromolecules, Prokaryote, Eukaryote, Homeostasis

PowerPoint for these topics: EOC Review – Day 1

All Worksheets – we do approximately one page a day: Biology EOCT review

Thursday, April 28 Topic: Computer Cart (2) – http://www.usatestprep.com
Friday, April 29 Topic: ATP, Photosynthesis, Respiration

PowerPoint for these topics: EOC Review – Day2

Monday, May 2 Topic: DNA and RNA, DNA Technology, Genetics, Sexual Reproduction

PowerPoint: EOC Review – DNA-Mutation-Heredity

Tuesday, May 3 Topic: 6 Kingdoms, Viruses, Plant and Animal adaptations

 PowerPoint: EOC Review – Kingdoms-Virus

Wednesday, May 4 Topic: Evolutionary Theory

 PowerPoint: EOC Review – Evolution

Thursday, May 5 Topic: Populations, Communities, and Biomes

PowerPoint: EOC Review – Pop-Comm-Biome

Friday, May 6 Topic: Ecosystems – energy flow, succession, human activities

PowerPoint: EOC Review – Ecosystems-Environment

Monday, May 9 EOC TEST!

 

UNIT 4: Ecology

SB4: Students will assess the dependence of all organisms on one another and the flow of energy and matter within their ecosystems.

    1. Investigate the relationships among organisms, populations, communities, ecosystems, and biomes.
    2. Explain the flow of matter and energy through ecosystems by:
  • arranging components of a food chain according to energy flow.
  • comparing the quantity of energy in the steps of an energy pyramid.
  • explaining the need for cycling of major nutrients.
    1. Relate environmental conditions to successful changes in ecosystems.
    2. Assess and explain human activities that influence and modify the environment such as global warming, population growth, pesticide use and water/power consumption.
Thursday, 3-31 1.      Introduction to Biomes

2.      NOTES: Biomes – terrestrial and aquatic

PowerPoint: biomes-web

3.      Taiga Biome

4.      Tropical Rain Forest

5.      Arctic Tundra

6.      Savannas

7.      Desert Biome

8.      Freshwater Aquatic Biomes

9.      Section A

Worksheet: Ecology Worksheet 2

–   Fill out Terrestrial Biomes sheet as we go through the PowerPoint

–   Read pages 760-767

Friday, 4-1 1.      Wetlands Biome

2.      Estuarine Biome

3.       Section A.  Use the links below:

–          Biomes

–          UC Berkeley Biomes

–          World Biomes

–          Kids do Ecology Biomes

 

–   Finish Section A

–   Read pages 768-773

Wednesday, 4-13 1.      Exploring Oceans: Overview

2.      QUIZ: Biomes

3.      Section B

–   Read pages 754-757

–   Finish Section B

Thursday, 4-14 1.       EOC Review Computer – lab
Friday, 4-15 1.      NOTES: Renewable/nonrenewable, sustainable use, land resources, and water resources

PowerPoint for the rest of the notes: Biosphere – Environ Issues – web

2.      Combating Desertification

3.      Deforestation and Climate Change

4.      Section C

–   Read pages 758-759 and 774-775

–   Finish Section C

Monday, 4-18 1.      NOTES: Air resources and Biodiversity

2.      State of the Earth: Air

3.      Section D – video

Smokies Acid Rain

4.      What is Biodiversity and why is it so important?

5.      Section E (1-6)

–   Read pages 724-725

–   Finish Section D and E (#1-6)

Tuesday, 4-19 1.      Ocean Habitat and Biodiversity Loss

2.      NOTES: Biodiversity – critical areas

3.      Biomagnification video (in class)

4.      Section E (#7-9)

5.      Mercury in Fish activity – read and answer questions on pages 2, 5, 6

mercury_in_fish

–   Finish Mercury in Fish reading and Section E (#7-9)
Wednesday, 4-20 FIFTH PERIOD EOC PRACTICE room 485

(5th period will be a day off starting today).

1.      NOTES: Ozone and the Greenhouse Effect

2.      The Ozone Hole

3.      Climate Change Basics

4.      Video: Global Warming (in class)

5.      Summary: Section F

More on Ozone

More on Global Warming

–   Finish Section F.
Thursday, 4-21 1.      EOC Review Computer – lab –   Study for test
Friday, 4-22
  1. Review for test – 3rd
  2. Review-Biomes and Biosphere
  3. PowerPoint: Review-biome-biosphere – web
  4. Ozone and Global Warming – 5th
–   Study for test
Monday, 4-25 1.   BIOME & BIOSPHERE TEST – 3rd

2.      Review – 5th

Review-Biomes and Biosphere

PowerPoint: Review-biome-biosphere – web

–   none
Tuesday, 4-26 1.      THIRD PERIOD EOC PRACTICE room 485

2.      BIOME & BIOSPHERE TEST – 5th

–   none

 

TOPIC: POPULATIONS, COMMUNITIES, AND ECOSYSTEMS

Thursday, 3-17 1. Section A

The Wolves and Moose of Isle Royale

2. NOTES: Introduction and Organization

ECOLOGY notes outline

Ecology Worksheet

PowerPoint: Ecology-Brim 2016 – Organization

3. Ecological Niches

4. NOTES: Habitat Versus Niche

5. Section B and C

  • Finish Sections B and C
  • Read pages 686-687
Friday, 3-18 1.  Seven Billion

2. NOTES: Population Density, Dispersion, and Biotic Potential

PowerPoint: Ecology-Brim 2016 – Population1

3. VIDEO:   Populations and Biotic Potential (in class)

4. Sections D and E

  • Finish Sections D and E
  •  Read pages 688-689
Monday, 3-21 LAB: Estimating Populations Size – Section F
  • – Read pages 690-691
Tuesday, 3-22 1. Populations Biotic Potential

2. NOTES; Growth Patterns, Carrying Capacity, and Limiting Factors

PowerPoint: Ecology-Brim 2016 – Population2

3.Populations Distribution

4. Sections G and H

 

  • Finish sections G and H
  •  Quiz Wednesday
  • Read pages 706-707
Wednesday, 3-23 1. Go over Section F

2. QUIZ: Ecology Introduction and Population

3. Section I

  • Finish Section I
  • Read pages 708-711
Thursday, 3-24 1. VIDEO: Predator-Prey (in class)

2. NOTES: Community Ecology (competition, predation, symbiosis)

PowerPoint: Ecology-Brim 2016 – Community1

3. Animal Partnerships

4. Section J

  • Finish Section J
  • Quiz over Community Ecology Monday
  • Read pages 714-715
Friday, 3-25 1.  Symbiosis in the Sea

2. NOTES: Changes in Ecosystems – Succession

PowerPoint: Ecology-Brim 2016 – Community2

3. Stages of Primary Succession

4. Section K

  • Finish Section K
  • Quiz over Community Ecology Monday
  • Read pages 716-717
Monday, 3-28 1. Ecological Succession

2. QUIZ: Community Ecology

3. Section L

  • Work on Section L
  • Read pages 718-721
Tuesday, 3-29 1. The Food Chain

2. NOTES: Energy flow in Ecosystems

3.  PRACTICE: Food Web Practice

  • Finish Section L
  •  Read pages732-735, 737
Wednesday, 3-30 1. Section M

2. NOTES: Cycles – water, carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus

3. Keeping Up with Carbon

4. Nitrogen and Phosphorus Cycle

5. Section N

  • Finish Section N
  • Read pages 739-749
Monday, 4-11 1. Vocabulary Review

2. Review for test

Review-Population-Community-Ecosystems

PowerPoint: Review-Pop and Comm – Web

Websites where you can get practice with quizzes:

http://www.sciencegeek.net/Biology/review/U7BasicEcology.htm

http://www.sciencegeek.net/Biology/review/U7Cycles.htm

http://www.sciencegeek.net/Biology/review/U7Populations.htm

http://www.sciencegeek.net/Biology/review/U7Change.htm

http://www.sciencegeek.net/Biology/review/U7Review.htm

http://edhsgreensea.net/Biology/taters/populations_mc.htm

http://edhsgreensea.net/Biology/taters/basic_ecology_mc.htm

http://edhsgreensea.net/Biology/taters/nutrient_cycles.htm

http://edhsgreensea.net/Biology/taters/ecosytem_changes_mc.htm

 

  • Study for test
  •  Worksheet due tomorrow
Tuesday, 4-12 POPULATION, COMMUNITY & ECOSYSTEM TEST – Quiz over Biomes Wednesday

 

Unit 3: Evolution & Classification

SB3: Students will derive the relationship between single-celled and multi-celled organisms and the increasing complexity of systems.

b. Compare how structures and function vary between the six kingdoms.

c. Examine the evolutionary basis of modern classification systems.

d. Compare and contrast viruses with living organisms.

SB4: Students will assess the dependence of all organisms on one another and the flow of energy and matter within their ecosystems.

e. Relate plant adaptations, including tropisms, to the ability to survive stressful environmental conditions.

f. Relate animal adaptations, including behaviors, to the ability to survive stressful conditions.

SB5: Students will evaluate the role of natural selection in the development of the theory of evolution.

a. Trace the history of the theory.

b. Explain the history of life in terms of biodiversity, ancestry and rates of evolution.

c. Explain how fossil and biochemical evidence supports the theory.

d. Relate natural selection to changes in organisms.

e. Recognize the role of evolution to biological resistance.

 

TOPIC: PLANTS AND ANIMALS

Friday, 3-4 1.       Tree and Plant Life in the Jungle

2.      NOTES: Introduction to Plants and adaptations

Plants notes: PLANT notes outline

PowerPoint (for page one of notes): Plants – page 1

3.      Section K (#1-5)

–   Read pgs 418-419
Monday, 3-7 1.      How the Quiver tree survives in the desert

2.      NOTES: Adaptations with reproduction, Plant defenses

3.      Adaption to Extremes

4.      Section K (#6-10)

–   Read pgs 440-441
Tuesday, 3-8 1.       Webquest: Section L

Use this website: Plant Adaptations

–   Finish Section L

–   Read pgs 448-449

Wednesday, 3-9 1.      Plants

2.      NOTES: Classification, Types of Plants, Tropisms, Hormones

PowerPoint: Plants – page 2

3.      Plants, Tropisms, and Hormones

4.      Plant Control

5.      Section M

–   Finish Section M

–   Read pgs 458-461

Thursday, 3-10 1.      Polar Bears Search for Food

2.      NOTES: Animals

PowerPoint:  Animals – web

3.      25 Animals with Insane Survival Adaptations

–   Read pages 354-355
Monday, 3-14 1.      Aggressive Nightlife of the Kangaroo Rat

2.      Webquest: Section N

Use this website:  Animal Adaptations

–   Finish Section N
Tuesday, 3-15 1.       Animal’s Mechanisms to Survive in Hot and Cold Temperatures

2.      Animals in Antarctic Ice

3.      Review for test

Review – Plants and Animals

PowerPoint: Review – Plants and Animals – web

–   Review for test
Wednesday, 3-16 PLANT & ANIMAL TEST –   none

 

TOPIC: PROTISTS and FUNGI

Wednesday, 2-24 1.  VIDEO: Protists and Protists

2.  NOTES: Protist – protozoans

protist notes outline

Worksheet is the same one we got in the last unit

PowerPoint: Protist and Fungi – web

3.  VIDEO: Amoeba Eats Two Paramecium

4.  VIDEO: Malaria: Human host

5.  Section I (#1-8)

  • Finish Section I (#1-6)
  • Read pages 316-319
Thursday, 2-25 1.  VIDEO: Protists

2.  NOTES: Protist – plant-like and fungi-like

3.  VIDEO: Protists Rap

4.  Section I #9-17

  • Finish Section I (#7-17)
  • Read pages 320-323
Friday, 2-26 1.  VIDEO: Diversity of Protists

2.  LAB: Protists and Fungi

Mold Lab

  • Finish lab write-up. Due tomorrow
  • Read pages 324-325
Monday, 2-29 1.  VIDEO: Fungi

2.  NOTES: Fungi – structure and reproduction

fungi notes outline

3.  VIDEO: Project Wild: Fungi

4.  Section J #1-9

  • Finish Section J #1-9
  • Read pages 326-328
Tuesday, 3-1 1.  Fungi Song

2.  NOTES: Fungi – ecological uses

3.  VIDEO: Fungi

4.  Section J # 10-15

 

  • Finish Section J #10-15
  • Begin studying for test
  • Read pages 329-330
Wednesday, 3-2 1.  LAB: Fungi

2.  Review for test

Review – Protist and Fungi

Review PowerPoint: Review – Plants and Animals – web

  • Study for test
Thursday, 3-3 PROTIST/ FUNGI TEST
  • none

 

TOPIC: CLASSIFICATION, VIRUSES, AND BACTERIA

 

Friday, 2-5 1. Biologically Speaking and video handout

Biologically Speaking Classification

2. NOTES: Classification

Classification notes

PowerPoint: classification of life – web

3. Section A

Classification-and-Kingdoms-worksheet

  • Read pages 280-281
  • Finish Section A
Monday, 2-8 1. Classification song

2. Section B

3. Introduction to Viruses Discovery Education video

4. NOTES: Viruses and their structure

PowerPoint for Viruses: Virus-Web

5. Cell versus Virus

6. Section C (#1-5) use Viruses packet

 

  • Read pages 302-303
  • Finish Section C (#1-5)
  • Quiz Thursday
Tuesday, 2-9 1. How Viruses Work

2. NOTES: Virus Replication Cycle

3. Section C (#6-12) use Viruses packet

  • Read pages 308-309
  • Finish Section C (#6-12)
  • Quiz Thursday
Wednesday, 2-10 1. Review: Virus Life Cycle Diagram

Virus Life Cycles Worksheet

2.  Flu Attack

3. NOTES: Viral diseases and treatment

4. Section D

  • Read pages 310-311
  • Finish Section D
  • Quiz Thursday
Thursday, 2-11 1. VIDEO: Life’s Filing System

2. QUIZ: Classification and Viruses

3. Section E

  • Finish Section E
Friday, 2-12 1. Bacteria

2. NOTES: Archaebacteria

PowerPoint: Bacteria- web

3. Section F

Handout to use with Section F: Archaebacteria Kingdom

  • Read pages 304-305
  • Finish Section F
Wednesday, 2-17 1. What is Bacteria?

2. NOTES: Eubacteria Introduction and Classification

3. Section G (#1-5)

  • Read pages 306-307
  • Finish Section G (#1-5)
Thursday, 2-18 1. NOTES: Bacterial Structure and Reproduction

2. Bacterial Conjugation

3.  Section G (#6-11)

  • Finish Section G (#6-11)
Friday, 2-19 1. VIDEO: Life Science Bacteria

2. NOTES: Helpful and harmful bacteria, Treatment

3. Section G (#12-17)

  • Finish Section G (#12-17)
Monday, 2-22 1. VIDEO: Beneficial Bacteria

2. Intracellular Infection by Salmonella

3. What Cause Antibiotic Resistance?

4.  Review for test

Review-class-virus-bacteria

PowerPoint: Review-Class-Virus-Bac – Web

5. Section H

 

  • Study for test

 

Tuesday, 2-23 CLASSIFICATION/VIRUS/BACTERIA TEST – none

 

TOPIC: EVOLUTION – Microevolution and Macroevolution

 

Tuesday, 1-26 1.  Mechanism of Evolution

2.  NOTES: Microevolution – genetic mutations, gene flow

Notes:  part of notes from first Evolution chapter.

Worksheet: Evolution Worksheet 2

PowerPoint: Evolution – macro-micro – Mech12

3.  VIDEO: The Making of the Fittest – Evolving Bodies, Evolving Switches

4.  Section A

  • Finish Section A
  • Quiz Friday
  • Read pages 246-247
Wednesday, 1-27 1.  Discussion of section A

2.  NOTES: Microevolution – genetic drift, natural selection

PowerPoint: Evolution – macro-micro – Mech34

3.  ACTIVITY: Driftworm Genetics

4.  Section C

  • Finish Section C
  • Quiz Friday
  • Read pages 254-255
Thursday, 1-28 1.  VIDEO: The Making of the Fittest: Natural Selection and Adaptation and then complete Section B

2.  NOTES: Patterns of evolution – divergent and convergent evolution and coevolution

PowerPoint: Evolution – macro-micro – patterns

3.  Evolution of Camouflage

4.  Section D

  • Finish Section D
  • Quiz Tomorrow
  • Read pages 449, 393
Friday, 1-29 1.  Convergent Evolution

2.  Section E – Toxic Newts

3.  QUIZ: Microevolution and Patterns

4.  Section F

  • Finish Section F
  • Read pages 272-273
Monday, 2-1 1.  Speciation

2.  NOTES: Macroevolution – speciation and isolation mechanisms

PowerPoint: Evolution – macro-micro – Macro

3.  Discuss section F

4.  Speciation: Of Ligers and Man

 

  • Read pages 274-275
Tuesday, 2-2 1.  Starter: Section G

2.  Notes: Rates of evolution

PowerPoint: Evolution – macro-micro – rates

3.  Summary: Section H

 

  • Finish Section H
  • Read pages 278-279
Wednesday, 2-3 1.  Review for test

Review – micro and macro

PowerPoint: Review – evolution – micro-macro – web

Thursday, 2-4 Microevolution & Macroevolution TEST

 

TOPIC: EVOLUTION – Natural Selection and Evidence

Tuesday, 1-5 Career Day – no regular class
Wednesday, 1-6
  1. EOC Daily Question begins
  2. VIDEO: Evolution
  3. NOTES: History of evolutionary – scientist (Hutton through Lyell)  PowerPoint: Evolution – Natural Selection – web1

Notes (includes notes for next chapter): EVOLUTION NOTES outline

Worksheet: Evolution Worksheet

  1. Section A – use this article to answer questions pre darwinian theories
  • Finish Section A
  • Read pages 238-239
Thursday, 1-7
  1. VIDEO: Bill Nye Darwin & Natural Selection
  2. NOTES: Wallace & Charles Darwin   PowerPoint: Evolution – Natural Selection – web2
  3. Section B – use this website: Darwin and Natural Selection
  • Finish Section B
  • Read pages 240-241
Friday, 1-8
  1. VIDEO: Evolution in the Galapagos
  2. NOTES: Natural Selection – adaptation/fitness  PowerPoint: Evolution – Natural Selection – web3
  3. Section C
  • Finish Section C
  • Read pages 242-243
Monday, 1-11
  1. Section D ‘How does evolution really work? Using the video on this page
  2. LAB: Section E – origami bird selection  PowerPoint: Evolution – Natural Selection – web4
  • Evolution Quiz Thursday
  • Read pages 244-245
Tuesday, 1-12
  1. NOTES: Natural Selection – struggle for existence/descent with modification  PowerPoint: Evolution – Natural Selection – web5
  2. Video: Tree of Life
  3. Section F: Peppered Moth Simulation
  4. Section G
  • Finish Section G
  • Evolution Quiz Thursday
  • Read pages 246-247
Wednesday, 1-13
  1. VIDEO: What is Natural Selection?
  2. NOTES: Artificial Selection  PowerPoint: Evolution – Natural Selection – web6
  3. Section H: Pesticide ResistanceSection I: Evolution Game
  • Finish Sections H and I
  • Evolution Quiz Thursday
  • Read pages 248-249
Thursday, 1-14
    1. Study for quiz
    2. QUIZ: Evolution
    3. Section J
  • Finish Section J
  • Read pages 250-251
Friday, 1-15
  1. VIDEO: Natural Selection Animation
  2. NOTES: Outcomes of selection   PowerPoint: Evolution – Natural Selection – Outcomes of Sel
  3. Section K
  • Finish Section K
  • Read pages 252-253
Tuesday, 1-19
  1. Section L
  2. Tale of the Peacock video:
  3. NOTES: Evidence of Evolution (Fossils)  PowerPoint:Evolution – Natural Selection – Fossils
  4. Section (activity with cards)
  5. Section N
  • Finish Sections M and N
  • Read pages 260-261
 Wednesday, 1-20
  1. VIDEO: Whale evolution video
  2. NOTES: Adaptive Radiation & Embryology Summary PowerPoint:Evolution – Natural Selection – CGeo Distribute
  3. Section O use this website and embryology
  • Finish Section O
  • Read pages 26-263
Thursday, 1-21
  1. Building a cladogram
  2. NOTES: Genetic Evidence & Comparative Morphology PowerPoint: Evolution – Natural Selection – Morphology
  3. Evolution in action video
  4. Section P and Q
  • Finish Section P and Q
  • Read pages 264-267
Friday, 1-22
  1. VIDEO: Principles of Evolution
  2. Section R – concept check
  3. Review for test

Review – Evolution-NS

PowerPoint: Review _ Evolution-NS – Web

Another version: Review _ Evolution-NS – Web1

  • Study for test
  • Make sure worksheet packet is complete
  Monday, 1-25 Natural Selection and Evidence TEST –   none

UNIT 2: Heredity GPS Standards SB2: Students will analyze how biological traits are passes on to successive generations.

    1. Distinguish between DNA and RNA.
    2. Explain the role of DNA in storing and transmitting cellular information.
    3. Using Mendel’s Laws, explain the role of meiosis in reproductive variability.
    4. Describe the relationships between changes in DNA and potential appearance of new traits including – alterations during replication, insertions, deletions, substitutions, mutagenic factors, radiation, chemicals.
    5. Compare the advantages of sexual reproduction and asexual reproduction in different situations.
    6. Examine the use of DNA technology in forensics, medicine and agriculture

TOPIC: GENETICS SB2: Students will analyze how biological traits are passes on to successive generations.

    1. Using Mendel’s Laws, explain the role of meiosis in reproductive variability.

 

Monday, 11-30 1.  Video: Mendel 2.  NOTES: Mendel & vocab GENETICS notes PowerPoint: Genetics-Web1 3.  Section A Genetics Worksheet Good review: Basic Principles of Genetics –    Read pages 152-153
Tuesday, 12-1 1. Video: Monohybrid crosses 2.  NOTES: Monohybrid crosses & Test cross PowerPoint: Genetics-web2 3.  PRACTICE: Section B GOOD EXTRA PRACTICE:

–    Read pages 154-155
Wednesday, 12-2 1. Section B – go over answers 2.  NOTES: Mendel’s Laws and Linkage groups PowerPoint: Genetics-Web3 3. Video: Independent assortment/linked genes 4.  Genotypic and Phenotypic Ratios Practice GENOTYPIC AND PHENOTYPIC RATIOS 5.  NOTES: Dihybrid Cross PowerPoint: Genetics-web7 6.  Section C (1) –    Read pages 156-157 –    Quiz tomorrow – page one notes
Thursday, 12-3 1. Study for quiz 2.  QUIZ: Mendel and Monohybrid Crosses 3.  VIDEO: Monohybrid/Dihybrid crosses 4. Section C (2-6) –    Read pages 158-159
Friday, 12-4 1. Section C – go over 2. NOTES: Codominance & Incomplete Dominance; Sex linked PowerPoint: Genetics-web4 3. PRACTICE: Section D (#1-12) –    Read pages 174-175
Monday, 12-7 1. Go over section D (#1-12) 2. NOTES: Multiple Alleles, Pedigrees and Genetic Disorders PowerPoint: Genetics-web5 3. PRACTICE: Section D (#13-19) –    Read pages 172-173
Tuesday, 12-8 1. Got over Section D (#13-19) 2. VIDEO:   Pedigrees and Genetic Disorders 3. NOTES: Pedigrees and Genetic Disorders PowerPoint: Genetics-web6 3. PRACTICE: Section E –   Study for test
Wednesday, 12-9 1. VIDEO: Huntingdon’s Disease 2. REVIEW:   Genetics Outline: Review – Genetics and Heredity PowerPoint:  Review-GeneticsandHeredity – web 3. Online practice •          Practice Crosses •          Practice Problems –   Study for test
Thursday, 12-10 GENETICS TEST –   Study for midterm
Friday, 12-11 Review for Midterm midterm review PowerPoint: Review-Midterm – Heredity Unit –   Study for midterm
Monday, 12-14 Extra Credit opportunity –   Study for midterm
Tuesday, 12-15 Review for Midterm PowerPoint: Review-Midterm – Cell unit
Wednesday, 12-16 Third Period: Midterm
Thursday, 12-17 Fifth Period: review for Midterm  

 

 

TOPIC:  MUTATIONS AND DNA TECHNOLOGY SB2: Students will analyze how biological traits are passes on to successive generations.

  1. Explain the role of DNA in storing and transmitting cellular information.
    1. Examine the use of DNA technology in forensics, medicine and agriculture.
Tuesday, 11-10 1. Section A DNA worksheet 2 2. NOTES: Chromosomal Mutations  (continued on DNA notes sheets) PowerPoint: Mutations – web 3. VIDEO: Polyploidy , Changes in Chromosome Structure 4. Section B 5,  Mutations Practice handout Mutations HO
  • Read pages 176-177
  • Handout due tomorrow
Wednesday, 11-11 1. VIDEO: Genetics Part 4: Mutations 2. NOTES: Gene Mutations 3. VIDEO: Sickle Cell Anemia 4. Sections C & D Website For Section D “Genetic Variation”
  • Read pages 178-179 and 202-203
Thursday, 11-12 1. VIDEO: Cracking the Code 2. QUIZ: Mutations 3. Mending Mutations handout Mending mutations
  • Finish Mending Mutations handout
Friday, 11-13 1. VIDEO: The Secrets of our Lives: The Human Genome Project 2. NOTES: Human Genome, Gene Therapy & Cloning PowerPoint: DNA Technology – web1 3.     VIDEO: How does Gene Therapy Work? 4.     Section F (computers) Website For Section F: Gene Therapy
  • Read pages 220-221
Monday, 11-16
  1. VIDEO: The Story of Dolly the Cloned Sheep
  2. NOTES: DNA fingerprinting

PowerPoint: DNA Technology – web2 3. VIDEO: DNA Fingerprinting 4. Section G Website For Section G: Virtual Labs 5.  Switched at Birth: DNA Fingerprinting handout  Switched at birth

  • Read pages 222-223
  • DNA Fingerprinting due Wednesday
Tuesday, 11-17 1. NOTES: PCR, Genetic Engineering PowerPoint: DNA Technology – web3 2. VIDEO: Polymerase Chain Reaction 3. Section H
  • Read pages 224-225
  • Work on webquests and Section H
Wednesday, 11-18 1. VIDEO: Transgenic Animal Creations 2. Review for test Review-Mutations and DNA Technology PowerPoint for review: Mutations -Technology Review 3. VIDEO: Transgenics – positive or negative 4. Section I Website for Section I:  GMOs
  • Study for test
  • Complete worksheet – due tomorrow
Thursday, 11-19 MUTATIONS & DNA TECHNOLOGY TEST
  • Work on EOC packet
Friday, 11-20 EOC Review The Cell and Genetics USA TestPrep – login and do the assigned practice. Account ID: ejacksonga Use login info given by Mrs. Brim Extra credit opportunity for over the break.  Due Monday, November 20 at the beginning of class. GMO Salmon article and questions: gmo-salmon

TOPIC: DNA, RNA, and PROTEINS SB2: Students will analyze how biological traits are passes on to successive generations. a. Distinguish between DNA and RNA. b. Explain the role of DNA in storing and transmitting cellular information. g. Examine the use of DNA technology in forensics, medicine and agriculture.

Wednesday, 10-28
  1. LAB: DNA extraction lab– Section D

2. Section B (w/s) DNA Worksheet 3. NOTES: DNA structure and DNA Replication DNA notes outline PowerPoint: DNA-Web

-Read pages 186-187
Thursday, 10-29 1. Section A   (w/s) – Timeline 2. Video: DNA structure 3. Section C (w/s) 4. Video: DNA replication 5. Section E (w/s)
  • Read pages 188-189
  • Finish worksheet Sections A, C, E
Friday, 10-30 1. DNA Class Activity and Coloring (not including messenger RNA) DNA Class Activity & coloring
  • Read pages190-191
Monday, 11-2 1. Review DNA Structure and Replication 2. VIDEO: Structure of DNA and RNA 3. NOTES: RNA structure/Transcription PowerPoint: RNA-Web 4.  VIDEO: Transcription 5. DNA game & Build a DNA molecule (w/s) Play the “DNA – the Double Helix” game: Play Build a DNA Molecule 6. Section F (w/s)
  • Read pages 196-197
  • Finish Section F
Tuesday, 11-3 1. VIDEO: Understanding DNA (Discovery video) 2. VIDEO:  Transcription 3. QUIZ: DNA structure/replication 4. Section G 5.  Work on DNA Class Activity and Coloring – messenger RNA part
  • Read pages 198-199
  • Finish RNA section of activity due Thursday
Wednesday, 11-4 1. RNA & DNA manipulation video (Discovery video) 2. NOTES: Translation PowerPoint: RNA Translation-Web 3. VIDEO: Translation and Translation 4. Section H (w/s)
  • Read pages 200-201
  • Finish RNA section of activity due Thursday
Thursday, 11-5 1. Section I (w/s) 2. VIDEO: DNA Replication, Transcription, and Translation 3. Review DNA replication, transcription, and translation Review – DNA-RNA-Proteins 4.  Section J (w/s) & practice quizzes Website: Molecules of Inheritance
  • Study for test
Friday, 11-6 DNA & PROTEIN SYNTHESIS TEST

TOPIC: CELL REPRODUCTION SB2: Students will analyze how biological traits are passes on to successive generations.

DAY LESSON HOMEWORK
Tuesday, 10-13 1.      Section A Cell Cycle Worksheet 2.      VIDEO: Introduction to Cell Reproduction 3.      NOTES: Introduction to Cell Reproduction and Vocabulary CELL REPRODUCTION notes outline PowerPoint for entire unit: Cell Reproduction-web 4.      Section B #1-9
  • Finish Section B #1-9
  • Read pages 126-127
Wednesday, 10-14 1.      NOTES: Introduction to Cell Reproduction and Vocabulary 2.     Section B #10 – Karyotype Activity sample karyotypes 3.     Section B #11-13 4.  Make flashcards of vocabulary
  • Finish all of Section B
  • Read pages 128-129
Thursday, 10-15 1.      NOTES: Cell Cycle Introduction 2.     ANIMATION: How the Cell Cycle Works 3.    Section C
  • Finish Section C
  • Read pages 130-131
Friday, 10-16 1.    QUIZ: Cell reproduction and Vocabulary 2.   VIDEO: Stages of Mitosis 3.   NOTES: Cell Cycle – creating somatic cells 4.   VIDEO: Mitosis and Cytokinesis 5.   Section D 6.  PRACTICE: Start on Cell Reproduction Practice Questions
  • Work on Cell Reproduction Practice Questions due Thursday
  • Read pages 132-133
Monday, 10-19 1.  VIDEO: Mitosis (must be downloaded – password required). 2.  COMPUTERS: –Section E: Cell Cycle –Section F: Cell Division –Section G: Online Onion Root Tips 3.  PRACTICE: Work on Cell Reproduction Practice Questions.
  • Work on Cell Reproduction Practice Questions due Thursday
  • Read pages 140-141
Tuesday, 10-20 1.  VIDEO:  Mitosis in Onion Root Tip 2.  Section H 3.  Section I 4.  PRACTICE: Work on Cell Reproduction Practice Questions
  • Work on Cell Reproduction Practice Questions due Thursday
  • Read pages 142-143
Wednesday, 10-21 1.  VIDEO: Meiosis (must be downloaded – password required). 2.  NOTES: Cell cycle – creating sex cells 3.  VIDEO: Animation:  How Meiosis Works 4.  Section J
  • Finish Section J
  • Cell Reproduction Practice Questions due Thursday
  • Read pages 144-145
Thursday, 10-22 1.  ANIMATION: Control of the Cell Cycle 2.  NOTES: Regulation of cell cycle 3.  VIDEO: The Effect of Contact Inhibition on Cell Division 4.  VIDEO: Mistakes in Meiosis 5.  VIDEO: Cancer and the Cell Cycle 6.  PRACTICE: Finish Cell Reproduction Practice Questions
  • Cell Reproduction Practice Questions due tomorrow
  • Read pages 134-135
Friday, 10-23 1.  VIDEO: How to remember Mitosis versus Meiosis 2.  VIDEO: Mitosis and Meiosis 3.  NOTES: Prokaryote division 4.  Binary Fission – Study for test
Monday, 10-26 1.  Mitosis vs. Meiosis chart 2.  Review for test Review – Cell Reproduction PowerPoint: Cell Reproduction1 – Review
  • Study for test
  • Worksheet packet due tomorrow
Tuesday, 10-27 CELL REPRODUCTION TEST – none

TOPIC: PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND RESPIRATION SB3: Students will derive the relationship between single-celled and multi-celled organisms and the increasing complexity of systems.

  1. Explain the cycling of energy through the process of photosynthesis and respiration.
DAY LESSON HOMEWORK
Tuesday, 9-29 1. Watch: How Cells get Energy 2.  Do Section A Photosynthesis Worksheet 2. Notes: ATP/ADP – Phosphorylation honors photosynthesis notes outline PowerPoint: photosynthesis – Web 3. Section B   What is ATP and how does it work? – Finish Section B – Read pages 94-95
Wednesday, 9-30 1. Watch: Photosynthesis 2. NOTES: Photosynthesis intro, Chloroplast, Pigments 3. Section C (w/s) Intro to Photosynthesis
  • Finish Section C
  • Read pages 96-97
  • Study for Quiz Friday
Thursday, 10-1 1. Watch: CSI clip – chromatography 2. LAB:   Section D – Separation of Plant Pigments Using Chromatography (worksheet) 3. LAB: Section E – Leaf Stomata (worksheet) 4. NOTES: Photosynthesis, Environmental Factors 5. Summary: work on Section C (w/s) – Finish Section F – Read pages 98-100 – Study for Quiz Friday
Friday, 10-2 1. Starter: Section F (w/s) 2. Energy/Photosynthesis Intro QUIZ 3. Section I: Waterweed Simulation
  • Finish Section I
  • Read pages 101-103
Monday, 10-5 1. Starter: Photosynthesis song 2. NOTES: Light-dependent & Light-independent reactions Cyclic and Noncyclic Phosphorylation The Calvin Cycle 3. Summary: Section G (w/s) Photosynthesis Reactions oranizer – Finish Section G and organizer – Read pages 108-111
Tuesday, 10-6 1. Starter: Section A (w/s) 2. NOTES: Cell Respiration intro & glycolysis Cellular Respiration Worksheet honors respiration notes outline PowerPoint: Cellular respiration – web 3. VIDEO: The Big Picture and Glycolysis 4. Section G: Fermentation Demo 5. Summary: Section B, Section C (glycolysis), and Section G (#1-2) – Finish Section B, Section C (glycolysis), and Section G (#1-2) – Read pages 112-115
Wednesday, 10-7 1. Starter: Section G, #3, Fermentation demo 2. NOTES: Kreb’s Cycle and Electron Transport Chain 3. VIDEO: Kreb’s Cycle and ETC 4. Section E:  Cell Respiration in Peas demo 5. Summary: Section C, Section D, and Section F (w/s) –  Finish Sections C, D, and F –  Read pages 116-117
Thursday, 10-8 1. LAB: Section E (w/s) – DEMO 2. Summary: Section H 5. Photosynthesis and Respiration Review Photosysnthesis-Respiration Review; Photosysnthesis-Respiration Review 2 Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration –  Study for test
Friday, 10-9 PHOTOSYNTHESIS & CELLULAR RESPIRATION TEST –  none

TOPIC:  CELLULAR TRANSPORT SB1: Students will analyze the nature of relationships between structures and functions in living cells.

  1. Explain the role of cell organelles for both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, including the cell membrane, in maintaining homeostasis and cell reproduction.
  2. Explain the impact of water on life processes.
DAY LESSON HOMEWORK
Wed.,       9-16 1. Starter: Building a Cell Membrane 2. Notes:  Cell Membrane Cellular Transport Worksheet Plasma Membrane notes outline PowerPoint: Cellular Transport – web thru Active Tansport 3.  Summary – Section A – Finish Section A – Read pages 56-57
Thursday, 9-17 1. Starter: Osmosis and Diffusion 2. Section D – Demo and answer pre-lab questions 3. Notes:  Passive Transport (Osmosis and Diffusion) 4. Post lab questions – Finish Post-lab questions – Read pages 82-83
Friday, 9-17 1. Notes: Facilitated Diffusion and Active Transport (Active Transport) 2. Section B and C – Finish Sections B and C – Read pages 84-85 – Study for Quiz
Monday, 9-21 1. Study for Quiz 2. Membrane structure Quiz 3. Handout Cell Transport Review Practice 2015 4. Section E – Finish Section E – Read pages 62-63
Tuesday, 9-22 1. LAB: Section J (w/s) – start lab – Read pages 86-87
Wednesday, 9-23
  1. LAB: Section J (w/s) – analyze results of lab
  2. The Cell Membrane
  3. Notes: Tonicity (Tonicity)  PowerPoint: Cellular Transport – Tonicity and Review
  4. Osmosis and Tonicity
  5. Section G
  6. Study: links on website and worksheet (flashcards)
– Finish lab post-lab questions – Read pages 88-89

  • Finish Section G
Thursday,     9-24 1. Section F  Egg Demo (start) 2. Work on Cell Transport Cellular Transport Worksheet TWO 3.  Do Section I – Finish Section I and worksheet – Study for test
Friday, 9-25
  1. Summary: Section H (w/s)

2. EGG Demo: Section F (w/s) – analyze results from demo 3.  Review for test Review – Cell Transport

– Study for test
Monday, 9-28 1. CELLULAR TRANSPORT TEST – none

TOPIC: CELLULAR STRUCTURES SB1: Students will analyze the nature of relationships between structures and functions in living cells.

  1. Explain the role of cell organelles for both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, including the cell membrane, in maintaining homeostasis and cell reproduction.
DAY LESSON HOMEWORK
Wednesday,   9-2 1. Video – Introduction to Cells 2. Notes:   Characteristics, Levels of Organization, and History CELL STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION outline notes Cellular Structure Worksheet Characteristics of Life video 3.  Summary – Section B with video: The Wacky History of the Cell Theory – Finish Section B
Thursday, 9-3 1. Section A 2. Notes: Prokaryote and Eukaryote Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes 3. Summary – Section C 4. Section D – 1-13 only The Evolution of the Cell PROKARYOTE vs EUKARYOTE Venn diagram – Finish Section D
Friday, 9-4 1. Section E and Section F 2. Notes: Endosymbiosis 3. Section D: Endosymbiosis 4. Notes: Cell Structures The Cell 5.      Summary: create flashcards – Work on flash cards Quiz Tuesday
Tuesday, 9-8 1. Study for quiz 2. Cell Intro/Prokaryote/Eukaryote QUIZ 3. Notes:   Cell Structures 4. Summary: Section H – Work on flash cards, Section H
Wednesday,     9-9 1.  Watch Cell Structure Video 2.  Cells and their Organelles – you need colored pencils or crayons to work on this. cells and organelles color & questions 3. Section G and H: use notes, computer and flashcards Websites needed for Part G

– Work on Section G and cells packet
Thursday,      9-10 1.  Cells and their Organelles – you need colored pencils or crayons to work on this. 2. Section G: use notes, computer and flashcards Websites needed for Part G

– Finish Section G and cells packet
Friday, 9-11 1. Section I 2. LAB:   Plant and Animal Cells – Work on post lab questions
Monday, 9-14 1. Review for test – Study for test
Tuesday, 9-15 1. Cellular Structure Test – none

TOPIC:      ENZYMES

DAY LESSON HOMEWORK
Wednesday,   8-27 1. Section A worksheet Enzyme Worksheet 2. Notes: Enzymes Enzyme notes outline ENZYMES 3. Section B – Enzyme Activity Enzyme Activity 4.  Section C (1-3) –  Finish Section B
Thursday, 8-28 1. Section B discuss 2. Notes: Factors that affect enzyme activity 3. Enzyme and Chemical reactions Practice EnzymeandChemicalReactionsPractice and key 4.  Section C – finish –  Finish Section C
Friday, 8-29 1. Section D and E on worksheet Enzyme Function and Inhibition Enzyme Denaturation 2. LAB: Enzyme Lab Virtual Catalase Lab –  Study for test –  Finish post-lab questions
Monday, 8-31 1. Section G – Concept Check on worksheet 2. Review for test –  Study for test –  Worksheet packet due tomorrow
Tuesday, 9-1 1. Enzyme Test –  none

TOPIC:      Organic Molecules, August 13-25

DAY LESSON HOMEWORK
Thursday, 8-13 1. Organic Chemistry and Building Macromolecules notes ORGANIC CHEMISTRY notes Organic ChemistryWorksheet PowerPoint for Organic Chemistry: Organic Chemistry 2015-web 2. Animation: reaction types Animation on Reaction Types 3. Music Video on Macromolecules “Royals” Parody on Macromolecules 4. Summary – Section A – Section A due with packet –  Read pages 34-36
Friday, 8-14 1.Video – Macromolecules Macromolecules 2. Carbohydrate Notes 3. Video – Carbohydrates Carbohydrates 4. Summary – Section B Carbohydrates – Section B due with packet – Read pages 38-39
Monday, 8-17 1. Section C 2. Lipids Notes 3. Video – Endurance Fuel 4. Nucleic Acids Notes 5. Summary – Section D – Section C, D due with packet –  Read page 40-41
Tuesday, 8-18 1. Section E Lipids 2. Video  Lipids,    Nucleic Acids 3. Summary – Section F –  Section E, F due with packet –  Read page 46
Wednesday,   8-19 1. Section J 2.Carbohydrate/Lipid QUIZ 3. Section G Proteins –  Section G, J due with packet
Thursday, 8-20 1. Discuss Section G 2. Protein notes 3.  Video: Proteins 3. Summary – Section H –  Section G, H due with packet –  Read pages 42-45
Friday, 8-21
  1. Section J – fill in proteins

2. LAB – Section I 3. Summary – post lab questions

– Section I, J due with packet –  Read pages 47-48
Monday, 8-24 1. Video – You are what you eat 2. Review for test Review – Macromolecules –  Organic Chemistry packet due tomorrow
Tuesday, 8-25 1. Organic Chemistry Test – Enzymes are next

TOPIC:      Introduction and Scientific Method, August 7-12

DAY LESSON HOMEWORK
Friday, 8-7 1. First Day Stations 2. Senses Lab – Section A Scientific Method worksheet 3. Discussion of Post-lab questions – Get syllabus, safety contact signed – Senses lab due with packet
Monday, 8-10 1. Spontaneous Generation Theory – Section B 2. Cell Animation Animation 3. Scientific Method notes SCIENTIFIC METHOD notes 4. Summarize – Section D – Sections B, C, D due with packet – Scientific method Quiz WED
Tuesday, 8-11 1. Ants that Count – Section E Ants That Count 2. Rotating groups – Section F and G 3. Discussion of questions at end of each – Sections E, F, G due with packet
Wednesday,   8-12 1. Study for Quiz 2. Give out books 3. Scientific Method QUIZ 4. Discussion of lab safety 5. Lab safety video 10 Rules of Lab Safety –  Packet due

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