Biology

Biology

Biology Daily Agendas Fall 2011 Biology: Wednesday 11/16 Warm Up 1. Specifically, why do we need oxygen? 2. Do plants need the carbon dioxide we breathe out? Explain. Stamp and review Study Guide Do and Review review sheet

Review for tomorrows quiz Biology: Tuesday 11/15 Warm up Light independent reaction Put the following terms in order, 2 ATPs are made following the path of energy as 2 ATPs are made it gets transferred and used: 34 ATPs are made

Krebs cycle Glucose is made Light energy Cell uses energy

Electron transport chain Light dependent reaction Glycolisis Remainder is given off as heat CW/HW: Complete Energy Transfer Poster Study Guides Ch 8.1 & 8.3 Biology: Monday 11/14 Stamp cellular respiration diagram

Cycling matter and transfer of Energy poster Warm Up: 1. How does energy from the sun give you energy to run? 2. What happens to most of the energy? Biology: Friday 11/11/11 Warm Up 1. What elements cycle through photosynthesis and cellular respiration? 2. Does energy cycle through photosysnthesis

and cell. Resp? Explain. CW: Cellular Respiration activity Biology: Thursday 11/10/11 Warm Up 1. What do plants use for photosynthesis? 2. What are the products of photosynthesis? 3. What does cellular respiration use? 4. What are the products of cellular respiration? 5. What do you notice about these two processes?

Cellular respiration notes Biology: Monday 11/7/11 Warm up 1. If you could be any kind of scientist for a living, what would you like to be? Science Career Day sign-ups Nov. 18th Cell organelle coloring and analogies Cell organelle notes Biology: Friday 11/4/11

Benchmark exam Complete Animal Cell coloring and analogies Due Monday Biology: Thursday 11/3/11 Warm Up 1. Reflect on test. What do you think you got? Did you study well? Enough? How could you have done more? 2. Are you happy with your score? Plant Test returns

Begin Animal Unit Biology: Tuesday 11/2/11 Turn in Packet: 1. Test Your Knowledge notes 2. CORRECTED Photosynthesis quiz 3. Kingdom Plantae concept web 4. Angiosperms 5. Flower Structure and Reproduction 6. Plant Unit Vocabulary Plants Test

Journal Check Biology: Tuesday 11/1/11 Warm Up 1. What is the purpose of a flowers nectar? 2. How does a seed know to put its roots down and its shoots up? Tropism notes iRespond review quiz Answers to review sheet (38 Qs) on blog PLANT TEST TOMORROW Journal Check tomorrow

Packet due tomorrow: 1. Test Your Knowledge notes 2. CORRECTED Photosynthesis quiz 3. Kingdom Plantae concept web 4. Angiosperms 5. Flower Structure and Reproduction 6. Plant Unit Vocabulary Biology: Monday 10/31 Warm Up 1. What type of plant is a pumpkin?

Seedless nonvascular, seedless vascular, gymnosperm or angiosperm? Turn in plants webquest Complete lab check-off Plants review sheet Use text + notes to answer Qs DONT COPY! (You wont be able to do this on test) Plants Test Wednesday Packet due Wednesday Flower coloring

Plants notes Biology: Friday! 10/28 1. Get Flower Structure and Reproduction sheet 2. Color and LABEL flower according to description 3. Show me completed sheet to get lab sheet 4. Complete lab 5. Come to me when you are ready to be quizzed

Biology: Wednesday, 10/26 Word Part: phyte Warm Up 1. Compare and contrast angiosperms and gymnosperms Plants notes Biology: Monday, 10/24 Warm-up 1. What questions do you have on photosynthesis? 2. Why do leaves change color in the fall?

Review photosynthesis activity Photosynthesis quiz Complete plant vocab Plant kingdom notes from book Biology: Thursday, 10/20 Complete protist lab Complete vocab rounds Complete photosynthesis notes Start photosynthesis activity HW: review photosynthesis notes and vocab

Biology: Wednesday, 10/19 Plants vocabulary stations Protist lab stations Photosynthesis and organelles quiz moved to Monday Biology: Tuesday, 10/18 Word parts: chlor Warm up

1. In what organelle does photosynthesis take place? 2. What is the name of the pigment that captures light energy for photosynthesis? Review organelles Photosynthesis notes Organelles and photosynthesis quiz Friday Biology: Thursday, 10/13 Warm up 1. Compare and contrast plants and fungi

2. What is the suffix of all the fungus phyla? (p. 585) 3. How do fungi reproduce sexually? Packet due tomorrow: 4. Notes on Fungi 5. Protist VENN diagrams 6. What is a Protist? Test tomorrow Biology: Tuesday, 10/11 Warm up 1. How do fungi get their nutrients?

Stamp Fungus Notes sheet Fungus lab Biology: Monday, 10/10 Warm up 1. List the characteristics that all fungi share. (You already know this) Protist quiz returns Fungus notes Friday: Protist and Fungus test

Biology: Friday, 10/7 Turn in protist cards Quick review Protist quiz Return and review bacteria/virus/classification test Next week: ! Biology: Thursday, 10/6

Turn in protist note cards Protist VENN review sheets Protist Quest Friday Biology: Wednesday, 10/5 Warm up 1. By what characteristics are algae classified? 2. By what characteristics are protozoa classified? CW/HW: Make protist cards due tomorrow Note: plasmodium: draw life cycle trypanosoma: no drawing required

Protist Quest Friday Biology: Tuesday, 10/4 Warm up 1. List & sketch 3 methods of movement in protists Complete protist notes Start protist cards due Friday Biology: Monday, 10/3 New unit: protists and fungi

Word Parts: 1. Pseudo 2. Pod/ped 3. Macro 4. Micro 5. Endo 6. Exo 7. cyto Protist QUEST Friday Biology: Friday, 9/30

Turn in Mini-Classification Project Turn in Packet Bacteria and Viruses Packet TOC 1. Comparing Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes 2. Review sheets (2 double-sided) 3. Bacteria are Prokaryotes 4. Virus video notes 5. Study guide Test Journal Check

Biology: Thursday, 9/29 Warm Up 1. What are the two cycles of viruses? 2. In which cycle do viruses reproduce instantly? 3. In which cycle do viruses lie dormant? 4. Which is easier to vaccinate: an RNA or DNA virus? Explain. 5. Compare and contrast vaccine and antibiotic Virus attack video clip http://www.4shared.com/video/yTEPwIVJ/Flu_Attack_How_A_ Virus_Invades.htm HW

Bacteria classification mini-project due tomorrow (.coms allowed) Packet due tomorrow (TOC next slide) Test tomorrow 9/29 Bacteria and Viruses Packet TOC 1. Comparing Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes 2. Review sheets (2 double-sided) 3. Bacteria are Prokaryotes 4. Virus video notes

5. Study guide Biology: Tuesday, 9/27 Turn in Bacteria Lab No Warm-up Virus video & notes Friday: Ch 17 & 18 test (classification & bacteria and viruses) Journal check Packet due Bacteria classification mini-project due

Biology: Monday, 9/26 Stamp bacteria ws Check bacteria samples. Complete lab & turn in. Warm Up 1. Why are viruses not classified? Bacteria and viruses test Friday Bacteria classification mini-project due Friday Biology: Friday, 9/23 Warm Up

1. How many lenses do you look through in a compound microscope? 2. How do you calculate the magnification? 3. Which focus knob do you use first? 4. Which knob should you NEVER use on higher magnification? Bacteria microscope lab Complete Bacteria are Prokaryotes ws. Biology: Thursday, 9/22 Warm up

1. What are the three shapes of bacteria? (common and scientific word for each) 2. What are ideal growing conditions for bacteria? Sampling Lab BRING BOOK TOMORROW 1 per sampling st 1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Buttons on vending machine BR Sink knob Caf number pad

Handrail on skylight Concession counter near gym Skylight lockers cafe garbage can handle Girls BR flush handle 6 per bacteria sampling th 1 2

3 4 5 6 7 8 Locker handle in skylight Sci bldg 1st floor Girls RR toilet Behind vending machine Locker room locker handle

Water fountain handle Vending machine buttons by caf Skylight hall floor Boys RR in math hall stall #3 7th period bacteria sampling 1 2 3 4 5

6 7 8 Band bldg water fountain Gym floor Outside ground Caf Vending machine Flagpole Math hall RR stall Math hall water fountain

Gym bleachers Biology: Wednesday, 9/21 Warm up 1. Draw and label the bacterium shown in the book, fig. 18.3 Bacteria notes organizer - start Bacteria video Biology: Tuesday, 9/20 Stamp study guide

Warm Up 1. Compare and contrast sexual and asexual reproduction 2. How do bacteria reproduce asexually? 3. How do bacteria reproduce sexually? Binary Fission activity Biology: Monday, 9/19 Get out classification lab sheet Warm up 1. Copy table. Complete it with what you know.

good Bacteria virus bad neutral Want to know

Biology: Friday, 9/16 TURN IN CLASSIFICATION MINI-PROJECT TURN IN PACKET 1. Ch 17 Study Guide 2. Making a Cladogram 3. Classification Vocabulary 4. Classification - Ch 17.1 Notes 5. Dichotomous Key Classification quiz Classification lab

Biology: Thursday, 9/15 Warm up 1. Compare and contrast cladistics and phylogeny (use your vocab) 2. What are the two types of characters used to establish phylogenic relationships among organisms? (use your text book) Science career day CW/HW: Complete Ch. 17 study guide and cladogram ws

Mini project due tomorrow Packet due tomorrow (TOC on next slide) Classification Quiz tomorrow Mini classification unit packet T.O.C. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ch 17 Study Guide Making a Cladogram Classification Vocabulary Classification - Ch 17.1 Notes Dichotomous Key Biology: Wednesday, 9/14 Stamp vocab Warm up 1. What characteristics might biologists use to classify organisms beyond their kingdoms?

Quiz Friday Ch 17 Mini project due Friday Biology: Tuesday, 9/13 Warm up 1. What are the levels of taxonomy? 2. What is a sentence to remember them?

Turn in Oh Deer! Review kingdom chart Intro taxonomy Intro mini classification project Biology: Monday, 9/12 Test returns Graph Oh Deer! And turn in New Mini Unit: classification & evolution Kingdoms organizer & vocab (from ch 17)

CW/HW: complete organizer & vocab. Quiz Friday Biology: Friday, 9/9 Turn in packet Return & review sci. method quiz

Ecology Test Journal Check Biology: Thursday, 9/8 Review ws from ch 3 study guide Oh Deer! Packet Due Tomorrow 1. Principles of Ecosystems video notes (1/2 sheet) 2. Ch 4.1 notes 3. Ch 3 study guide 4. Biomes organizer

5. Matter Cycles 6. Ch 3.1 vocab 7. Ch 2.1 vocab 8. Food Chains and Food Webs 9. Interactions ws (with circles) ECOLOGY TEST FRIDAY (ch 2, 3 & 4.1) Biology: Wednesday, 9/7 Warm-up 1. Define fluctuations 2. Limiting factors

3. tolerance Stamp and review Ch 3 study guide Ch 4.1: Population dynamics ECOLOGY TEST FRIDAY (ch 2, 3 & 4.1) Biology: Tuesday, 9/6 Warm-up 1. What biome do we live in? 2. What are adaptations? Stamp biomes organizer Biome video

CW/HW: Ch 3 Study Guide Bring Book Tomorrow ECOLOGY TEST FRIDAY (ch 2, 3 & 4.1) Biology: Friday, 9/2 Word parts Photos(see p. 80) phyto Warm-up 1. What factors determine a biome?

2. Answer p. 66, figure 3.6 Biomes organizer: complete for homework, using Ch 3.2 & 3.3 Biology: Thursday, 9/1 Warm up 1. Compare (how same?) and contrast (how different?) primary and secondary succession. 2. What events lead to primary succession? 3. What events lead to secondary succession? Quiz returns and review

Succession video clips Start biomes ECOLOGY TEST NEXT FRIDAY (Ch 2-4) Biology: Wed., 8/31 Stamp and review Cycles HW Warm-up 1. What questions do you still have for quiz? Ch 2 quiz Define vocab in Ch 3.1 READ ch 3.1

Biology: Tuesday, 8/30 Warm-up 1. What are the 3 main steps of the water cycle? 2. What is detritus? 3. What is a detrivore? 4. What are fossil fuels? List 4 examples of fossil fuels. Ch 2 QUIZ TOMORROW study vocab study warm-ups and notes review chapter

complete cycles HW Biology: Monday, 8/29 Stamp and review Food Web ws Warm Up 1. What is matter? 2. How much new matter do we get on the earth each day? 3. Does energy cycle? Cycles of matter note-taking Ch 2 quiz Wednesday

Biology: Friday, 8/26 Warm-up Word parts in back of journal: sym-/syn-, -vore, herb-, carn-, omni1. Define biomass (p.44) 2. What do the arrows represent in a food chain and food web? 3. What is YOUR niche? 4. How much energy is lost with each trophic level of the energy pyramid? HW: complete interactions ws & food web/pyramid ws

Ch 2 Quiz Wednesday Text book Go to www.glencoe.com/ose (this stands for Online Student Edition) For the student access code, type in A025076D40 Biology: Thurs., 8/25

Turn in lab safety sheet Stamp vocab New Unit, new routine

Get a small (70 sht) spiral notebook to be used exclusively for biology notes and warm-ups Date each page as you go Write down every warm-up question Answer each question when you enter Correct any wrong answers when we go over them Ecology Unit Standards SB4 Students will assess the dependence of all organisms on one another and the flow of energy and matter within their ecosystems.

a. Investigate the relationships among organisms, populations, communities, ecosystems, and biomes. b. 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 (C, O, H, N, P). c. Relate environmental conditions to successional changes in ecosystems. d. Assess and explain human activities that influence and modify the environment such as global warming, population growth, pesticide use, and water and power consumption.

Biology: Thurs., 8/25 WARM-UP 1. Organize (list vertically) in order from simplest to most complex: ecosystem, community, organism, population, biosphere, biome 2. Between each term, write in what is added to make the next thing 3. Think of a biome (see bulletin board) and write an example for each level.

Biology: Wed, 8/24 Stamp & review graph sheet and x-word (both sides must be done) Staple together packet and turn in: 1. X-word 2. Graph sheet 3. Char of life vocab QUIZ CW/HW: Ecology Unit: Define terms from Ch 2.1, using chapter, not glossary

Biology: Tues, 8/23 Review characteristics/sci method ws Graphing & variables review Sci method x-word & Bikini Bottom ws QUIZ tomorrow: sci. method, safety, characteristics of living things HW: get safety contract signed Biology: Mon, 8/22 Turn in Characteristics of Living Things foldable (not 6th)

Characteristics of living things vocab Sci. method vocab Quiz moved to Wednesday Biology: Fri, 8/19 Complete lab write-up (5 minutes) Review lab write-up and turn in Characteristics of living things (p. 7) Quiz Tuesday: Scientific Method, Lab Safety, Characteristics of living things HW: Characteristics analogies foldable due

Monday. Characteristics Made of cells Displays organization Cells, tissues, organs, systems, organisms Grows and develops (becomes more complex)

Reproduces Responds to stimulus Requires/uses energy Maintains homeostasis Biology: Thurs, 8/18

Turn in reflection from 2 days ago Paper Towel lab remember safety! Get text books 1st per 8:50 6th per 1:40 7th per 2:45 Paper towel lab group names per title

Problem/Purpose Hypothesis (If then statement, testable) Procedure (step-by-step, very clear) Identify independent variable Data (in table form) Conclusion (must answer problem statement) Analysis (surprises, experimental error, how to improve experiment, new questions) Biology: Wed, 8/17 Turn in syllabus - signature page only

Intro scientific method (notes) Paper towel lab (design) HW: Bring in 5 sheets of paper towel, with brand name Biology: Tuesday, 8/16 Turn in syllabus - signature page only Listening activity Nature of Science Activity Intro Paper towel lab

HW: find out your homes paper towel brand Get syllabus signed (if not done) Get parents to email me (if not done) Biology: Monday, 8/15

Welcome! Who Am I? Who Are You? / Check Schedules What is this course? Activity

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