Cell Structure & Function
   

Schedule Dates

State Standards / Objectives

Honors Biology

EARTH Academy Biology

Sept 28
Tues

1, 3, 5

Students will know most macromolecules (polysaccharides, nucleic acids, proteins, lipids) in cells and organisms are synthesized from a small collection of simple precursors.

1) Atom structure and bonding
2) Building "happy molecules"
3) RNA, DNA, and how amino acids are sequenced into structures with shape
4) Lab: Effects of temperature on enzyme activity

1) Atom structure and bonding
2) Building "happy molecules"
3) RNA, DNA, and how amino acids are sequenced into structures with shape
4) Lab: Effects of temperature on enzyme activity

Sept 30
Thurs

PLC

Students will know most macromolecules (polysaccharides, nucleic acids, proteins, lipids) in cells and organisms are synthesized from a small collection of simple precursors.

1) Finish Enzyme Lab
2) Mer words
3) Cellular Organelles & functions
4) Cell Analogy Project

Homework: Organelle Function Quiz on Monday (study on Quia)

1) Finish Enzyme Lab
2) Mer words
3) Cellular Organelles & functions
4) Cell Analogy Project

Homework: Organelle Function Quiz on Monday (study on Quia)

    1) Cellular organelle review 1) Cellular organelle review
    1) Cell membranes and pathway of proteins out of the cell
2) Cell transport
3) Review for district exam
1) Cell membranes and pathway of proteins out of the cell
2) Cell transport
3) Review for district exam
    1) questions about exam review
2) quarter 1 district exam
3) submit analogy
1) questions about exam review
2) quarter 1 district exam
3) submit analogy

Oct 10

Mon PLC

  1) Cell observations
2) Cell crossword review
1) Cell observations
2) Cell crossword review

Oct 12

Wed

 

1) Venn diagram of prokaryotes and eukaryotes
2) Venn diagram of plant and animal cells
3) Grade crossword
4) Cell observations (finish drawings of cheek & onions)

Homework: finish 10 questions over cell energy; 3rd period bio needs to resubmit the crossword because the entered grades were "timed out" and lost

1) Cell observations of cheek and onions. Finish and submit drawings
2) Venn diagram of prokaryotes and eukaryotes
3) Venn diagram of plant and animal cells
4) colored chloroplast and mitochondria

Homework: finish 10 questions over cell energy;
present analogies to class on Thursday

Oct 14

Thurs

 

1) overview of photosynthesis
2) light reaction flow chart
3) lab: photosynthesis rate and proximity to light source

Homework: Cornell notes ch6 sect 1 (2 pages of notes)

1) overview of photosynthesis
2) light reaction flow chart
3) lab: photosynthesis rate and proximity to light source

Oct 19

Tues

 

1) dark reaction of photosynthesis & glycolysis introduction
2) Yeast fermentations lab

Homework: Pick your topic from the list of science jobs and get onto gambassa.com to choose. Reply to the blog on Ken Pitts' home page.

1)1) dark reaction of photosynthesis & glycolysis introduction
2) Yeast fermentations lab
Oct 21
Thurs
 

1) Gambassa and research paper revisited.
2) Lab on Exercise and Respiration Rate measured with bromthymol blue indicator
3) Test review study guide completed to question 11

Homework: study guide to question 11 (html); change profile pics to something that is you, not some star (all inappropriate pics will render your accounts deleted); get started finding sources for research paper

1) Lab on Exercise and Respiration Rate as measured with bromthymol blue indicator
2) Notebook organization, lab finishing, and submission of notebook (see notebook pages as written on the board--for people absent)
   

1) Week assignment: make web documents in the SHARE section of your Gambassa acct
2) Change profile pics to "you"
3) Finish photosynthesis & respiration (aerobic respiration, electron transport, and ATP summary)
4 ) Go over Study guide for photosyn. and respiration

Homework: make sure you have all notes for "Open Note Test" tomorrow; change gambassa profile pic; make a "web document" under SHARE for each source (6 authored sources and as many "anonymous" as you need to write your paper)

1) Finish photosynthesis & respiration (aerobic respiration, electron transport, and ATP summary)
2) Study guide for photosyn. and respiration

Homework: tell parents about Wednesday 7:00pm mtg for Earth Academy; study for test on Tuesday (open note, so be sure you have the notes)