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Schedule Dates

State Standards / Objectives


Instructional Activities

Sept 19
Tues

periods 1,3,5

Describes the motion of atoms and molecules and explains the properties of matter.

1) Ch 1 Test Review
2) Ch 1 Test
3) Study Guide 2-1
4) Atomic Structure & Behavior

Sept 21
Thurs

periods 1,3,5

Identifies products and reactants in chemical reactions.

Know acids, bases, and salts are three classes of compounds that form ions in water solutions

1) Chemical Bonding
2) Acids and Bases (pH)
4) Lab: Effects of pH on Enzyme Action
-Lab writeup guide
Lab writeup checklist

Practice Vocabulary on Quia Ch 2 & Ch 1

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Sept 25

Mon

periods 1-6

 

1) Finish Lab & analyze data 2) Lab writeup
3) Portfolio Checklist

Practice Vocabulary on Quia Ch 2 & Ch 1

Practice Vocab Test Fill in the Blank

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Schedule Dates

State Standards / Objectives


Instructional Activities

Sept 26

Tues

periods 1,3,5

Lists the four macromolecules and identifies their composition and structure, and describes their major functions.

1) Vocabulary Quiz over Ch 2 & 1
2) Prepare portfolio for Thurs
3) Study Guide 3-2 (Carbon Compounds)
4) Making "happy molecules"
5) Observation Lab: Testing for Organic Compounds

Sept 28

Students will know that enzymes are proteins that catalyze biochemical reactions without altering the reaction equilibrium and their activities depend on temperature, ionic conditions and pH of the surroundings

1) Writeup for Enzyme Lab due (in laboratory notebook: problem, hypothesis, data table, graph, and statistics; on wordprocessor: 5 discussion paragraphs) If you want to replace your grade on the 1st lab writeup, please writeup all sections of this lab.
2) Portfolio 1 due (see checklist)
3) Organic Chemistry notes on carbohydrates
4) Ch 3 3-2 study guide

Oct 2

Mon

1-6

Lists the four macromolecules and identifies their composition and structure, and describes their major functions.

1) Proteins & Nucleic Acid lecture
2) Outline Ch 3-2, 3-3
3) 3-3 study guide

practice vocab ch 3, 2, 1 for quiz on Tuesday

practice cumulative quiz

Oct 3

Tues

1,3,5

Lists the four macromolecules and identifies their composition and structure, and describes their major functions.

1) Vocab quiz Ch3 cumulative for Ch1 & Ch2 , practice quiz (students scoring higher than their previous 2 vocab quizzes will get to change both of them to the higher grade)
2) Enzymes & Lipids lecture
3) Enzymes & Temperature Lab
4) Ch 2 & 3 Review

Oct 5

Thurs

1,3,5

Students will know how prokaryotic cells, eukaryotic cells (including those from plants and animals), and viruses differ in complexity and general structure.

1) Ch 2 & 3 chemistry unit test
(test over notes and sect. 2-1,2-2,& 2-3; 3-2 & 3-3)
2) 4-1 study guide
3) Microscope observation of cells lab