Biology Syllabus: November 2018
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Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
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DUE TODAY: Cell Membrane model description, linked to Cell subpage
ENTRY TICKET:
Write learning target in notes, with date.
Share your cell membrane doc with a partner
LEARNING TARGET:

Describe types of active transport
Explain what types of particles are transported into and out of cells by passive and active transport
IN CLASS:
• Na-K pump; endocytosis and exocytosis
• Concept map
TO DO
:
Complete concept map
STANDARD:

B.C.1a Structure, function and interrelatedness of cell organelles
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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
GEt out your notes

LEARNING TARGET:

• Describe types of active and passive transport
IN CLASS:
• Role play - types of transport
Assume the role you are assigned.
TO DO
:
Complete chart
STANDARD:

B.C.1a Structure, function and interrelatedness of cell organelles

 

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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Have all your cell membrane info (notes, handouts, labs) handy.
In your notes, list all the terms you can remember that relate to cell me mbranes and cell transport.
LEARNING TARGET:

• Review - cell membrane and transport
IN CLASS:
• Review of cell transportation and basic cell types (prokaryote, eukaryote, plant, animal) and structures    Practice
TO DO
:
Prepare for test
STANDARD:

B.C.1a Structure, function and interrelatedness of cell organelles
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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Get out all notes and supporting material
LEARNING TARGET:

Review cell membrane structure and cell transport
IN CLASS:
• Review

TO DO
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Have a great weekend!
STANDARD:

B.C.1a Structure, function and interrelatedness of cell organelles
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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Put everything away and focus for test.
LEARNING TARGET:

cell membrane and transport
IN CLASS:
• Cell transport test
TO DO
:
• Watch the short video Through the Virtual Cell and take the quiz on Schoology to prepare for tomorrow's case study
STANDARD:

B.C.1a Structure, function and interrelatedness of cell organelles
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DUE TODAY: Video Quiz - The Virtual Cell.
LEARNING TARGET:
Describe Leigh Syndrome and failure to thrive.
Describe the cell as a system that conducts a variety of functions associated
with life.
•Review of genetics - simple dominance
ENTRY TICKET:

• Create a Google doc in your folder. Title it "Case Study - Defective Cellular Organelles-lastname"
Link the doc to your Cells subpage.
IN CLASS:
• Case Study on Defective Cellular Organelles, Part I - read Part I, answer questions in small groups, then
•Repeat for Part 2; discussion
•Repeat for Part 3; discussion

TO DO
:
Add answers to Part I, II, and III (and chart, Part III) to Case Study doc, in complete sentences that include the question.
STANDARD:

B.C.1a Structure, function and interrelatedness of cell organelles

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Ice Day
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LEARNING TARGET:
Describe the importance of correctly-functioning mitochondria im cells.
ENTRY TICKET:

• Read Case Study, Part IV
IN CLASS:
• The Schwinns
 
Mitochondria and Cell Respiration
Case Study parts IV and V
• Begin Organelle Inquiry 
TO DO
:
Complete questions on Part IV
STANDARD:

B.C.1a Structure, function and interrelatedness of cell organelles
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DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET:
Recognize and explain that each organelle has a vital role in the cell's function.

ENTRY TICKET:

• Label the appropriate parts on your cell diagram: cell membrane, mitochondria, nucleus, cell wall, chloroplast, and central vacuole.

IN CLASS:
• Organelle inquiry - small groups

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21 Thanksgiving Vacation
22 Thanksgiving Vacation
23 Thanksgiving Vacation

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