Biology Syllabus - January 2020
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Jan 6
WELCOME BACK!
ENTRY TICKET:
• Review your exam and reflection. Time to implement your reflection - write your plan on today's entry ticket. If you did not complete this, do it ASAP. On Friday, you will show evidence of what you completed.
LEARNING TARGET:
• Review - exam and enzymes
IN CLASS:
• Updates on study cards, binder re-organization, work on card and LT 18a
Exit summary - what stuck with you today? What did you learn about your study habits?
TO DO:
• Be sure your cards and binder are up to date and organized. Begin learning targets and study cards for 18 as review.
STANDARD:
• B.C.2 Cellular Processes 2a Characteristics of Life regulated by cellular processes

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DUE TODAY:
• Card and learning target 18a 
ENTRY TICKET:
• Optimal temperature for human enzymes is ______. Optimal pH for human enzymes is ______
LEARNING TARGET:
• Describe the structures of the leaf that are involved in photosynthesis.
IN CLASS
:
• What's in a Leaf?

TO DO:
Study cards and Learning Targets 18b and 18c
STANDARD:
B.C.2 Cellular Processes 2a Characteristics of Life regulated by cellular processes

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DUE TODAY:
•Card and learning target 18a
ENTRY TICKET:
• The organelle in a plant that carries out photosynthesis is the ________.
LEARNING TARGET:
• Describe the structures of the leaf that are involved in photosynthesis.
IN CLASS
:
Label and color this diagram. Labeled version is here.
 
Photosythesis processes
Summary - what looks familiar on the diagram? What is new?

TO DO:

Study cards and Learning Targets 18b and 18c 
STANDARD:
B.C.2: Cellular Processes Photosynthesis, Chemosynthesis, cellular respiration, biosynthesis of macromolecules
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DUE TODAY:
Study cards and Learning Targets 18 
ENTRY TICKET:
• Set out your grid, study cards and learning targets for 18 NOW
• 2 structures in the chloroplast are _________ which looks like ________ and _______ which looks like _________
:
Get out Structures of a Leaf diagram.

LEARNING TARGET:
• Describe the structures of the leaf that are involved in photosynthesis.
• Describe the role different structures of the leaf play in photosyntheses - production of sugar from carbon dioxide and water.

IN CLASS
:
• Photosythesis processes
Stomata print microscopy

TO DO:
• Study cards and learning targets 19a
STANDARD:
B.C.2: Cellular Processes Photosynthesis, Chemosynthesis, cellular respiration, biosynthesis of macromolecules
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DUE TODAY:
 Study cards and learning targets 19a
ENTRY TICKET:
• Coin-shaped structures inside the chloroplast are called _____________ and contain a fluid called __________ and a pigment called ____________.    
LEARNING TARGET:
• Describe the role different structures of the leaf play in photosyntheses - production of sugar from carbon dioxide and water.
IN CLASS:
Photosynthesis processes Part 2 - light-independent reactions
Stomata print microscopy

TO DO:
Study cards and learning targets 19a
STANDARD:
B.C.2: Cellular Processes Photosynthesis, Chemosynthesis, cellular respiration, biosynthesis of macromolecules
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DUE TODAY:
Study cards and learning targets 19a
ENTRY TICKET:
• The molecules that carry energy from the light-dependent reaction to the light-independent reaction (dark reaction) are the ______________  
LEARNING TARGET:
19a. Identify key organelles, as well as the inputs and outputs of matter and energy, utilized by photosynthesis. Identify the reactants used and products of photosynthesis (e.g. oxygen, carbon dioxide, glucose, water, electromagnetic (light) energy, chemical energy.)
IN CLASS:
Photosynthesis Summary
Exit summary: Explain the difference between the stoma and the stroma. How will you remember each?
TO DO:
Analysis of van Helmont's experiment
STANDARD:
B.C.2: Cellular Processes Photosynthesis, Chemosynthesis, cellular respiration, biosynthesis of macromolecules
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DUE TODAY:
Analysis of van Helmont's experiment 
Study cards and learning targets 19a, b
ENTRY TICKET:
•What did von Helmont NOT account for in his "experiment?"  
LEARNING TARGET:
19b. Use a diagram of the basic stages of photosynthesis (light and dark–light independent reactions) identify the major reactants/products (CO2, H2O, ATP/ADP, NADPH/NADP+ O2, glucose) involved in each stage.
IN CLASS:

TO DO:
Review cards and learning targets. Use the learning targets as a self-quiz and write outt the answers.
STANDARD:
B.C.2: Cellular Processes Photosynthesis, Chemosynthesis, cellular respiration, biosynthesis of macromolecules

17 EARLY RELEASE
DUE TODAY:
Analysis of van Helmont's experiment
Study cards and learning targets 19, b
ENTRY TICKET:
•What did von Helmont NOT account for in his "experiment?"  
LEARNING TARGET:
19a. Identify key organelles, as well as the inputs and outputs of matter and energy, utilized by photosynthesis.:
19b. Use a diagram of the basic stages of photosynthesis (light and dark–light independent reactions) identify the major reactants/products (CO2, H2O, ATP/ADP, NADPH/NADP+ O2, glucose) involved in each stage.

IN CLASS:
• Photosynthesis Practice Quiz and analysis
Exit Summary: How did you do on the quiz? What did you need to add to your dards and learning targets?
TO DO:
What's missing from your cards and learning targets? Add it!
STANDARD:
B.C.2: Cellular Processes Photosynthesis, Chemosynthesis, cellular respiration, biosynthesis of macromolecules

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Martin Luther King Day

No School

21
DUE TODAY:
 
ENTRY TICKET:
  The source of energy in chemosynthesis is ________ 
LEARNING TARGET:
Describe the process of photosynthesis, including the light-dependent ond light-independent reactions and their inputs and outputs.
IN CLASS:
Update learning targets and cards to reflect your quiz misunderstandings.
Read about chemosynthesis here or here. Answer the questions at the end of the article on paper and turn them in.
TO DO:
Chemosynthesis questions, if you didn't finish in class.
STANDARD:
B.C.2: Cellular Processes Photosynthesis, Chemosynthesis, cellular respiration, biosynthesis of macromolecules
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DUE TODAY:
  Chemosythesis questions
ENTRY TICKET:
 The inputs for the light-independent (dark) reaction are ______ and _______. The source of these inputs is ___________.
LEARNING TARGET:
Compare results of cellular respiration before and after exercise.
IN CLASS
:
• Photosynthesis Test
Glycolysis and Fermentation:
Cell Respiration Activity Record your data here.

TO DO:
• Prepare all study cards 19 to add information
STANDARD:
B.C.2: Cellular Processes Photosynthesis, Chemosynthesis, cellular respiration, biosynthesis of macromolecules
24
DUE TODAY:
 
ENTRY TICKET:
  Chloroplasts are present in ____________ cells and their function is to ____________.  Mitochondria are present in ___________  cells and their function is to ______________  
LEARNING TARGET:
Compare the structure and function of the chloroplast and the mitochondrion.
IN CLASS:
Cell Respiration Activity Record your data here.
TO DO:
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STANDARD:
B.C.2: Cellular Processes Photosynthesis, Chemosynthesis, cellular respiration, biosynthesis of macromolecules
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DUE TODAY:
• nnn 
ENTRY TICKET:
Chloroplasts are present in ____________ cells and their function is to ____________.  Mitochondria are present in ___________  cells and their function is to ______________   
LEARNING TARGET:
• nnn
IN CLASS:
Photosythesis and Respiration Inquiry
TO DO:
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STANDARD:
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DUE TODAY:
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ENTRY TICKET:
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LEARNING TARGET:
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IN CLASS:

TO DO:
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STANDARD:
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DUE TODAY:
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ENTRY TICKET:
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LEARNING TARGET:
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IN CLASS:
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TO DO:
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STANDARD:
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DUE TODAY:
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ENTRY TICKET:
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LEARNING TARGET:
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IN CLASS:
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TO DO:
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STANDARD:
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