Biololgy Syllabus: February 2019
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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Sketch a cell, with the following parts: cell membrane and nucleus with a double membrane, nuclear pores, nucleolus, and DNA.
Label the parts you remember on the cell diagram handout.
LEARNING TARGET:

• Describe the parts of a nucleus and a general function of each part.
What is a chromosome? 
IN CLASS:
Linking the structures of the nucleus to their functions and their work together.

TO DO
:
Cut out the images and bring them back in the envelope provided.
STANDARD:

B.C.2:  Cellular processes:
B.C.2a Characteristics of life regulated by cellular processes:
B.H: Heredity
•  B.H.1 Cellular genetics
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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
 Look at the color chromosome handout. ID all you can, then compare with a neighbor. On your entry task paper, list the structures you knew, and list the structures you needed help with.
Get out your cutouts.
LEARNING TARGET:

• Describe the process of cell division for somatic (body) cells.

IN CLASS:
• Arrange cutouts
• Human modeling.
Label cutouts with steps of cell division
TO DO
:
Cut out the next set of images and bring them back in the envelope.
STANDARD:

B.C.2:  Cellular processes:
B.C.2a Characteristics of life regulated by cellular processes:
B.H: Heredity
•  B.H.1 Cellular genetics

 

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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
What is the end result of the mitotic process (mitosis)?
"The end result of the mitotic process is _________"
LEARNING TARGET:

• Describe Gregor Mendel's work and its significance.
IN CLASS:
• Mitosis quiz
• Meet Gregor Mendel.
TO DO
:
Finish probability calculations
STANDARD:

B.C.2:  Cellular processes:
B.C.2a Characteristics of life regulated by cellular processes:
B.H: Heredity
•  B.H.1 Cellular genetics
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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
What belief about heredity did Mendel correct?

LEARNING TARGET:

• Explain how Gregor Mendel used statistics to explain heredity

IN CLASS:
• Gregor Mendel's Statistics

TO DO
:

STANDARD:

B.C.2:  Cellular processes:
B.C.2a Characteristics of life regulated by cellular processes:
B.H: Heredity
•  B.H.1 Cellular genetics
         
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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Make cocoa. Take a nap.

LEARNING TARGET:

• What are common mistakes students make when working Punnett squares?

IN CLASS:
• Watch this video. Bring in a list of common mistakes students make when working Punnett squares. You may bring a hand-written hard copy or put a Google doc in your folder. If you do a doc, send me an email so I know to look there. DUE MIDNIGHT, FEBRUARY 22.

TO DO
:

STANDARD:

B.H: Heredity
•  B.H.1 Cellular genetics
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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Draw the Punnett square showing a cross between 2 heterozygous tall pea plants, Give the geotypic and phenotypic ratio.

LEARNING TARGET:

• Predict the phenotypic and gnotypic ratios of simple monohybrid crosses.

IN CLASS:
• Monohybrid crosses and practice.
• Inventory of traits
TO DO
:
Practice problems 1-13
STANDARD:

B.H: Heredity
•  B.H.1 Cellular genetics

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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Draw the Punnett square showing a cross between 2 heterozygous tall pea plants, Give the geotypic and phenotypic ratio.

LEARNING TARGET:

• Predict the phenotypic and genotypic ratios of simple monohybrid crosses.

IN CLASS:
• Monohybrid crosses and practice.
• Inventory of traits
TO DO
:

STANDARD:

B.H: Heredity
•  B.H.1 Cellular genetics

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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
What is a monohybrid cross? Explain to me like I'm 5.
Check problems 1-13
LEARNING TARGET:

• Predict phenotype and genotype ratios for incomplete and co-dominance.
IN CLASS:
• How-to discussion
TO DO
:
Practice problems 14-
STANDARD:

B.H: Heredity
•  B.H.1 Cellular genetics

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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Sketch and label a pair of sister chromatids and the centromere. Sketch another. Label the pair as homologous chromosomes.

LEARNING TARGET:

• Compare and contrast the processes and products of mitosis and meiosis.

IN CLASS:
Meiosis and terms

TO DO
:
Prep for quiz on meiosis - the process and products rather than the memorization of names of steps.
STANDARD:

B.H: Heredity
•  B.H.1 Cellular genetics

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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Quiz
Reflection on the quiz - what did you get right? What questions do you still have?
LEARNING TARGET:

• Describe crossing over and the results.
Explain the implications for Mendel's "factors" (chromosomes)
IN CLASS:
• Construct models of chromosomes to model meiosis

TO DO
:

STANDARD:

•  B.H: Heredity
•  B.H.1 Cellular genetics



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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Reflection on the quiz - what did you get right? What questions do you still have?
Find your partner and get your chromosomes.

LEARNING TARGET:

• Describe crossing over and the results.
Explain the implications for Mendel's "factors" (chromosomes)

IN CLASS:
• Model crossing over with yarn

TO DO
:
Crossing over and the results that affect offspring
STANDARD:

B.H: Heredity
•  B.H.1 Cellular genetics


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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Sketch and label a pair of homologous chromosomes.
Sketch another pair next to it. Make them longer, shorter, fatter, more squiggly.
LEARNING TARGET:

• Describe Mendel's Laws of Dominance, Segregation, and Independent Assortment.
Explain how each is shown in your meiosis diagrams.
IN CLASS:
Label the areas of your meiosis diagram that show the Law of Segregation and the Law of Independent Assortment.
Review crossing over.
TO DO
:

STANDARD:

B.H: Heredity
•  B.H.1 Cellular genetics


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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
ETMLI5 the Law of Independent Assortment and the Law of Segregation. Diagrams are helpful; also use statements.
Sketch a carbohydrate molecule and an amino acid.
LEARNING TARGET:

• Use a Punnett square to predict the phenotypic outcome of dyhybrid crosses.

IN CLASS:
• Dihybrid Crosses
Blood Type Case Study Part 1
TO DO
:
Practice Problems Part 4
• Read Blood Typs Case Study and answer questions on a separate piece of paper.

STANDARD:

B.H: Heredity
•  B.H.1 Cellular genetics

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DUE TODAY: Practice Problems Part 4; Blood Type Case StudyPart 1 questions
ENTRY TICKET:
Sketch a section of a cell membrane showing the following parts: lipid bilayer, protein channel, glycoprotein receptor

LEARNING TARGET:

• Explain the role of antigens and antibodies in allergies and blood types.

IN CLASS:
• Describe the structures and functions of antigens and antibodies as they interact in blood types.

TO DO
:
Practice problems - case study and
STANDARD:


March 1
DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Write the phenotypes for 4 main blood types.
Write all possible genotypes for each phenotype.
LEARNING TARGET:

• Design and solve Punnett square problems for incomplete dominance and multiple allele crosses

IN CLASS:
• Cas study Part 2; multiple allele and incomplete dominance problems.

TO DO
:
Questions on case study; blood type Punnett squares
STANDARD:


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