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Cell notes from 1/3/11

Cell notes from 1/3/11

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  • 1. Issues and Life Science Unit C:Cell Biology and Disease Mr. Forde Scofield Magnet MS
  • 2. Activity 31: The Range of Disease November 28, 2010 Getting Started: List different ways in which people catch diseases. Introduction: Read and summarize pg. C-8. Challenge:What type of information can you discover about a disease? Key Words: Disease (write into the vocab section of your binder) Procedure: Complete sheet 31.1 The Hunt is ON in class Complete sheet 31.2 Knowning about Disease in class and then at home with an adult.
  • 3. Results : Complete Disease Research Report Sheet 31.3 by next Monday 12/6
  • 4. Activity 30: What’s Happening Inside? December 1, 2010 Getting Started: List as many human organs as you can. Introduction: Read and summarize pg. B-10 in 2 sentences. Challenge: How does an infectious disease spread in a community? Key Words: Infectious Procedure:
  • 5. Procedure: . Results :
  • 6. Activity 32: Who Infected Whom December 2, 2010 Getting Started: Introduction: Read and summarize pg. C-12 in 2 sentences. Challenge: Who is the carrier of the disease? Keywords: epidemiologist Procedure: See page C13 - C14
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  • 8. Activity 33: From One to Another December 7, 2010 Introduction: Summarize pg. C16 in two sentences. What is the difference between a vector and a carrier? Challenge: What are the role of vectors in spreading disease? Key Words: quarantine, vector Procedure: -Brainstorm diseases you can get from animals. -Read Analysis Questions 1 - 3. -Watch video clip and take notes Analysis: Answer Analysis Questions 1 - 4
  • 9. Activity 34: The Story of Leprosy December 8 and 9, 2010 Getting Started: What do you know about Leprosy or Lepers? Introduction: Read and summarize pg. C-18. Challenge: How should people with infectious diseases be treated? Procedure: Read the Story of Leprosy C-19 - C-20 Discuss Analysis questions 1 and 2 with your group Analysis: Answer Analysis Questions 4 use sheet 34.1. Reflection: If you had a serious infection would you volunteer to be quarantined?
  • 10. Activity 35a: A License to Learn December 10, 2010 Getting Started: Describe any experience you have had with microscopes. Introduction: Read and summarize pg. C-21 Challenge: What is the correct way to use a microscope? Key Words: Field of View, Magnify/Magnification Procedure: Review the parts of the microscope and the rules of using a microscope. Results : a) Label Microscope Diagram (see sheet) b) Focus and sketch a “letter e” slide
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  • 13. Activity 36: Looking for Signs of Micro Life December 16, 2010 Getting Started: How can you tell if something is a microbe? Introduction: Read and summarize pg. C-27. Challenge: What kind of microbes can you find? Procedure: Read procedure on C28 - C-29 as a group. Analysis: Answer Analysis Questions 1 and 2
  • 14. Activity 38: Microbes, Plants and You December 20, 2010 Getting Started: Rd and summarize C-40. Key Words: Cell Membrane, Cytoplasm, Nuclear Membrane, Nucleus, Organelles Challenge: What structures do different cells have in common? What structures are found in some cells? Procedure: Observe plant (Elodea) and Animal (human cheek) Cells and sketch at 100x and 400x. Create Animal Cell vs. Plant Cell Venn Diagram. Analysis: Questions 2, 3, 5, and 6
  • 15. Activity 43: Microbes Under View December 21, 2010 Getting Started: Do you think all microbes look the same? Introduction: Read and summarize pg. C-62 Challenge: What are some of the differences among the cells of two groups of microbes? Key Words: Bacteria, Protist Procedure: Observe Typanosoma, Paramecium, Bacillus, and Coccus cells and sketch at 400x. Analysis: Questions 1, 2, and 3.
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    • Activity 42: A closer look.
    • January 3, 2011
    • Getting Started: List 10 things made of cells.
    • Introduction: Let’s read and summarize C-55 together. Do columns 1 and 2 of KWL chart.
    • Challenge: What are some parts of a cell? What do they do?
    • Key Words: Mitochondria
    • Procedure: Read activity 42 and answer all STT
    • questions.
    • : Revisit our cell Venn Diagram
    • Analysis: HW - Questions 1, 2, and 4.
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    • Activity 39: Cells Alive!
    • January 4 (5), 2011
    • Getting Started: Do you think that a simple organism, like yeast, functions
    • like us?
    • Introduction: Let’s read and summarize C-39 together and summarize.
    • Challenge: What do yeast cells have in common with human cells?
    • Key Words: Mitochondria
    • Procedure: See procedure on pages C45 and C46
    • Results: See Chart below
    • HW -VVWA- “Respiration”
    final initial Cup 8 (BTB + water) Large Oval Cup (BTB + water) Cup 4 (yeast + water + sugar) Cup 3 (yeast + water + sugar) Cup 2 (yeast + water) Observations
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    • Activity 40: A cell model.
    • January 6 (7), 2011
    • Getting Started:
    • Introduction: Let’s read and summarize C-48 together.
    • Challenge: What is the function of a cell membrane?
    • Procedure: See page C49 - C50
    • Results: See observations in table below and sketch an observation.
    • HW -C-51 Analysis questions 1, 3 and 4
    final initial Cup 2 Outside Cup 2 Inside Cup 1 Outside Cup 1 Inside Color
  • 22. Make an Egg-cellent prediction! (How Egg-citing. Right?)

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