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    Origins daily Origins daily Presentation Transcript

    • Orgins and Geologic Time Daily
      • Chapter 14
    • November 4
      • Ch. 14.2 Study Guide
      • Origins Video
      How old do you think the Earth is? How long ago do you think life first appeared? Calendar Learning Log
    • November 6
      • Finish Origins Video
      • Science & Evidence
      Carbon is in almost every part of every living thing. Why? Calendar Learning Log
    • November 9
      • Origins Movie Q’s
      • What is Science?Intro
      • Review Nutrition Test
      Give two ways life might have originated. Why do we think so? (hint: movie said it!) Calendar Learning Log
    • Nov 10 P.5, Nov 11 P.6
      • Timeline
      • What is Science?
      • Origins Notes
      A hypothesis is a very specific kind of guess. What makes a hypothesis different from other kinds of guesses? Calendar Learning Log P. 5 I need notebooks from: Dakota, Aaron, Michael P. 6 I need notebooks from: Cindy, James
    • P.5 Nov 11, P.6 Nov 12
      • Origins of Life Notes
      • Ch. 14.2 Study Guide
      • CELLS!
      List three words that describe scientific evidence. Francesco Redi and Louis Pasteur found evidence against _____. Calendar Learning Log Movie Questions and “ What is Science?” due yesterday
    • November 13
      • Study Guide
      • Quick Origin of Life Review
      • The Replicator
      How many layers of phospholipids are in a cell membrane? Calendar Learning Log Progress Report Due Monday!!
    • November 16
      • Replicator de-briefing
      • Relative vs. Absolute dating
      Finish Replicator questions. (8 min) When finished, bring it to me for a stamp. Calendar Learning Log
    • Nov 17, Per. 5 - Absolute Dating : radioactive dating - Radioactive Half-Life Activity What is the difference between relative and absolute dating? Calendar Learning Log TEST TUESDAY :D
    • Nov 18, Per. 6 - Absolute Dating : radioactive dating - Radioactive Half-Life Activity What is the difference between relative and absolute dating? Calendar Learning Log ` TEST MONDAY :D
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    • November 18, Per. 5
      • Geologic Time/Era Notes - LASERDISC!
      • Geologic Time Activity
      • Radioactivity Activity de-briefing
      A radioactive element has a known half-life of 20 days. How much of a 16g sample would be left after 60 days? Calendar Learning Log
    • November 19, Per. 6
      • Radioactivity graph
      • Geologic Time Notes - LASERDISC!
      • Geologic Time Activity
      A radioactive element has a half-life of 20 days. How much of a 16g sample would be left after 60 days? Calendar Learning Log
    • November 20
      • Get/ Do Origins Review (up front)
      • Get notecard (also up front)
      Which one would be useful in constructing the geologic time scale: absolute dating, relative dating, or both? Why? Calendar Learning Log Test Monday!
    • Nov 24, per 5 - Nov 23, per 6
      • 20 min to Study
      • Origins Unit Test
      • What are Fossils?
      No learning log Calendar Learning Log
    • November 25
      • What You Can Expect
      • Growing on You
      • Understanding: Bacteria
      What is the difference between “Remains” and “Trace” fossils? Calendar Learning Log Notebooks due!
    • Rudeness Outbursts Interrupting Arguing Unacceptable:
      • Verbal correction.
      • Time out.
      • Leave w/ referral.
      What you can expect:
    • Nov 30
      • Bacteria & Cell Types
      • Not Alive, but Deadly
      • Protocells to Prokaryotes; why?
      Does our body contain more human cells or bacteria cells? What % of bacteria causes disease? Calendar Learning Log
    • Nov 30
      • Bacteria & Cell Types
      • Not Alive, but Deadly
      • Protocells to Prokaryotes; why?
      Does our body contain more human cells or bacteria cells? What % of bacteria causes disease? Calendar Learning Log Distinguish between protocells, prokaryotic, and eukaryotic cells. Distinguish between unicellular and multicellular organisms. Describe effects of some protocells and prokaryotes.
    • P.5 Dec 1, P.6 Dec 2
      • Finish Not Alive, but Deadly questions
      • Finish Bacteria Video
      • Bacteria color page
      How do cells reproduce? What are the two main types of cells? What’s the difference? Calendar Learning Log Objectives: Describe progression from non-life to proto-life to prokaryotes. Identify uses and effects of bacteria. Identify bacterial structures and functions.
    • P.5 Dec 2, P.6 Dec 3
      • Bacteria color page & vocab.
      • Bacteriology pre-lab
      Are prions living? Are bacteria living? What do they have in common? Calendar Learning Log Objectives: Classify bacteria as living, prokaryotic, and unicellular. Identify bacterial structures and functions.
    • Dec 4
      • Bacteriology Pre-Lab
      • Lab Part 1! Collecting samples.
      • Turnin notebooks
      Draw and label the three major shapes of bacteria cells. Name 3 bacterial structures. Calendar Learning Log Objectives: Develop pre-lab writing skills - summarize lab procedure, predict appearance of colonies. Perform innoculation sterilly, take data. Pick up color pages!
    • Dec 7
      • No LL, (put table into Bacteria Lab)
      • Short review
      • Bacteria Quiz
      • Lab Observations Pt 1
      • Fill out Table
      • Draw colonies
      Copy the following into your lab. Calendar Learning Log Pick up notebooks! Data Table 2 1 2 3 Number of Colonies Size range in mm Color of Colonies Shape of Colonies Draw
    • P.5 Dec 8, P.6 Dec 9
      • Check vocab. list
      • Prokaryotic Cells
      • Lab Prep
        • Watch & Write Procedure Pt 2
        • Draw Table (on next slide)
      Get out color page/vocab, and make sure YOUR definitions include what’s on the board. Calendar Instead of Learning Log:
    • P.5 Dec 9, P.6 Dec 10 Copy the following into your lab. Data Table 3 - Micro Observations Drawings (1 @ 400x, 1 @ 1000x):
      • Bacteria Lab
      • Make slides & stain
      • In NB:
        • Record microscopic observations
        • Do questions
        • Write Discussion & Conclusion
      Calendar Shape (bacillus, coccus, spirochaete) Cell arrangement (pairs, clusters, chains) Size or length (s,m,or l) Endospores present? Gram reaction (+ = purple, - = pink/red)
    • Dec 11
      • Debrief lab
      • Go over Origins Test
      • Bacteria Unit Study Guide
      • Hand back work
      No LL , just take 5 min to: 1) make sure your lab is done, 2)ask any questions you have about the lab. Calendar Learning Log
    • Dec 14
      • Pick up notebooks.
      • Study old tests, take notes, make notecards!
      • Keep old notecards & assignments, turn tests back in.
      No learning log! Biobucks and Bathroom Passes Due Thursday Calendar Learning Log
    • Dec 15
      • Get notebooks TURN IN DEC. CALENDAR AND BATHROOM PASSES
      • 5 minutes to study before game begins
      • Final Review Game - playing for biobucks and test grades !
      Calendar
    • Dec 17
      • Bacteria Test
      • Final
      Nada! Turn in December Calendars and Bathroom Passes Calendar Learning Log