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Chemistry of living things booklet day 6

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Chemistry of living things booklet day 6

  1. 1. You will Need: 1. Pencil, Colored Pencils, Markers 2. Chemistry of Living Things Booklet – Due Today, May 13 by the end of class 3. Test #3 Corrections & Signature – Due Friday.
  2. 2. 1.Retakes:  143 or below may start retakes Thur. at lunch.  Thur, May 15th lunch  Fri. May 16th lunch  Mon. May 19th before school or lunch  Tues. May 20th before school or lunch
  3. 3. 1. Chemistry of Living Things Booklet (Due Today, May 13th) 2. Test #3 Corrections and Signature Due Friday
  4. 4. Work Day: 1. Complete a minimum of 3 layers + the cover by Today 2. Binder Check #3 – Organize 3. ½ page of notes for Test #3; Clarify any Content Objectives – Acids and Bases have been added….front side only done by hand
  5. 5. Layer 1: Elements in Living Things 1. Key Concept –Given in your own words 2. You Tube Sites- 1.Site #1 – 5 factoids – bullet format 2.Site #2 – 5 factoids – bullet format MINIMUM requirement means “C” grade
  6. 6. Layer 2: Three kinds of Carbon Backbones/Three kinds of Bonds 1. Draw and Label – 3 kinds of backbones 1. Explain each type 2. Draw and label – 3 types of bonds for carbon 1. Minimum of 2 examples of substance that form this type of bond for each type
  7. 7. Layer 3: Elements in Organic Compounds 1. Pgs 312-313- Define in bullet format 2. Not just for living things 1. Create a Pie Graph representing the % of elements found in the Human Body 2. Illustrate – One picture of an organic substance w/labels (color) 3. Illustrate – One picture of an inorganic substance w/labels (color) Pictures should be different for each person at the table.
  8. 8. Layer 3: Elements in Organic Compounds 1. REMEMBER: Each table member must show a different picture for an organic and inorganic substance. 2. I will be coming around to sign these TODAY. 1. Illustrate – One picture of an organic substance w/labels (color) 2. Illustrate – One picture of an inorganic substance w/labels (color)
  9. 9. Layer 4: Compounds of Living Things 1. Carbohydrates (Please include letters to ID your answers for each: a-e) 2. Lipids (Please include letters to ID your answers for each: a-f) 3. Why is a balanced diet important to good health? Include this question by copying it directly onto your booklet Answer it in bullet format – 4 bullet minimum
  10. 10. Layer 5: The Chemistry of Proteins 1. Name the specific building blocks of proteins. 2. How many amino acids are there? 3. How are proteins different than carbohydrates and lipids – 3 minimum 4. What are some examples of proteins? -5 minimum 5. View the video: Answer questions b-f. Include letters to identify your answers. 6. What can you do to DENATURE proteins (3 things) 7. What does denaturing do to protein function? 8. What are the three rules of protein structures?
  11. 11. Layer 6: The Chemistry of Nucleic Acids – DNA & RNA 1. What are the largest molecules made by living organisms? 2. Nucleic acids are made from? • Four nucleotides of DNA – illustrate, label & color (pg 317) • S=? P=? • Nucleotides are molecules made of which elements? • Function of nucleotides? 3. Contrast DNA and RNA- how are they unique? (Use internet site)
  12. 12. Layer 7: Other Important Compounds 1. Illustrate and label “From Light Energy to Chemical Energy” (pg 318) 2. Water (3-4 facts) • Why is water important in this cycle? 3. SALT (pg 319) 2-3 facts
  13. 13. Layer 8: Spider Map 1. Use the information you’ve identified in your booklet to help complete this graphic organizer.
  14. 14. 1. Complete Chemistry of Living Things Booklet – Due today 2. Test #3 Corrections + Signature Due Friday

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