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Friday, October 3, 2014

Today's Question: Why would an organism's characteristics change over several generations?

Classwork:

  1. Continue working on Taking a Trip with Darwin webquest
  2. Complete Conclusion of the webquest
  • Divide page 47 of your science notebook in half (top and bottom)
  • The top half will represent Organism #1 with a FAVORABLE TRAIT in its environment
  • The bottom half will represent Organism #2  with an UNFAVORABLE TRAIT in its environment
  • Both should be drawn neatly to the best of your ability.
  • Both should be COLORED!!!!

Thanks for being AWESOME!!!!

Homework: None. Enjoy your Fall Break!

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Today's Question: Why would an organism's characteristics change over several generations?

Classwork:

1. Finish copying down the Natural Selection notes on notebook page 45.

  • 1st: OVERPRODUCTION - When an organism makes more offspring that can possibly survive.
  • 2nd: VARIATION - A slight change or mutation in the organism's traits; If the variation is passed on to the offspring, it is an inherited trait.
  • 3rd: ADAPTATION - Any inherited trait that gives an organism an advantage in its environment.
  • Last: SELECTION - If a trait helps an organism to survive, it will pass this helpful variation to its offspring; The trait becomes more common in future generations. 

2. Take A Trip with Charles Darwin activity. Make sure that you READ through the Introduction and Task Instructions!!!

Homework: None.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Today's Question: Why would an organism's characteristics change over several generation?

Classwork:

  1. Mindset - Changing Environment
  2. Darwin/Natural Selection notes
  3. Natural Selection in action video

Homework: None

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Today's Question: Why would an organism's characteristics change over several generations?

Classwork:

  1. Mindset - Read "Mystery Stripes" on page 4 of Science World magazine
  2. On index card --> Describe the investigation and the results
  3. Grade Science Notebook
  4. Introduce Charles Darwin and Natural Selection Notes

Homework: Get stuff done. Last day to turn things in will be Wednesday!

Monday, September 29, 2014

Today's Question: Why would an organism's characteristics change over several generations?

Classwork:

  1. Mindset - Grade Check Monday
  2. Genetic Diseases Share Out
  3. Ecology Essential Questions (notebook pages 42-43)
  4. Who Wants to Live a Million Years?

Homework: Get stuff done. Last day to turn things in will be Wednesday!

Friday, September 26, 2014

Today's Question:  What have I learned about heredity?

Classwork: 

  1. Mindset - Study for Quiz #2, read a book, work on your science notebook
  2. Reteach group --> Take Heredity Quiz #2
  3. Enrichment group --> work on your genetic disease poster

Homework: Get stuff done if you STILL need to! Sheesh! 

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Today's Question: What have I learned about heredity?

Classwork:

  1. Mindset - Entrance card --> How well do you think you did on the quiz? What was easy and/or difficult for you?
  2. Reteach group --> with Mrs. Ligon going over quiz #1 and completing Genetics Practice Problems worksheet
  3. Enrichment group --> work with a partner to research a genetic disease and make a poster display

Homework: Make sure that your notebook is all caught up with all required assignments.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014 - Early Release Day

Today's Question: What have I learned about heredity?

Classwork:

  1. Mindset - None
  2. Finish Inherited Traits & Genetic Engineering quiz
  3. Work on Ecology cover page or anything else that was due yesterday.

Homework: Get stuff done!!!!

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Today's Question: What have I learned about heredity?

Classwork:

  1. Mindset - Please study your notes quietly.
  2. Inherited Traits & Genetic Engineering quiz
  3. Work on Ecology cover page or anything else that is due and not finished yet.

Homework: 

  • Desert Scene on notebook pages: 36-37 - due TODAY
  • Genetic Engineering notes on notebook page 39 - due TODAY
  • Homework Option #2 - Heredity on notebook page 40 - due TODAY
  • Ecology Cover Page on notebook page 41 (due Friday)

Monday, September 22, 2014

Today's Question: What have I learned about heredity?

Classwork:

  1. Mindset - Please complete this week's grade check
  2. Complete Heredity study guide
  3. Play review game

Homework: Study for tomorrow's Heredity quiz & complete all work:

  • Desert Scene on notebook pages: 36-37
  • Genetic Engineering notes on notebook page 39
  • Homework Option #2 - Heredity on notebook page 40
  • Ecology Cover Page on notebook page 41 (due Friday)

Friday, September 19, 2014

Today's Question: How can a 12 inch tall structure be made to hold a tennis ball?
Classwork:

  1. Mindset - Read AR book
  2. Engineering Design Challenge - Straw Structure

Homework: Get stuff done!!!

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Today's Question: What is genetic engineering and what are the risks & benefits?

Classwork:

  1. No Mindset
  2. Finish Spongebob worksheet #2 --> turn in
  3. Finish Genetic Engineering flippy flap --> get stamped
  4. Finish Desert Scene --> get stamped
  5. Begin working on Homework Option #2 on page 40. (May not be the same H.O. as #1. Must be colored!)
  6. Begin working on Ecology Cover Page (p. 41)

Homework: Get stuff done!!!!

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Today's Question: What is genetic engineering and what are the risks and benefits?
Classwork:

  1. Mindset - Please work on Spongebob worksheet #2 (back side only)
  2. Genetic Engineering Foldable

Homework: Continue to work on your Genetic Animal Desert Scene

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Today's Question: How do children inherit traits from their parents?

Classwork: 

  1. Mindset - Please work on Spongebob worksheet #2 (front side only)
  2. Notes on Blood Types
  3. Genetic Pets activity

Homework: Work on Genetic Pets Desert Scene in notebook (pages 36-37)

Monday, September 15, 2014

Today's Question: How do children inherit traits from their parents?

Classwork:

  1. Mindset - Complete grade check form
  2. What are Phenotypes? video
  3. Continue with Genetic Pets activity

Homework: Work on Genetic Pets Desert scene in notebook (pages 36-37)

Friday, September 12, 2014

Today's Question: How do children inherit traits from their parents?

Classwork:

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Today's Question: How do children inherit traits from their parents?

Classwork:

  1. Mindset - What are Genes? video 
  2. 1st hour only - Finish Punnett Squares
  3. Gregor Mendel flippy flap
  4. SpongeBob worksheet

Homework: Finish SpongeBob worksheet

Wednesday, September 10, 2014 - Early Release Schedule

Today's Question: How do children inherit traits from their parents?

Classwork:

Tuesday, September 9, 2014 - 1st & 3rd Hours

Today's Question: How do children inherit traits from their parents?

Classwork:

2nd Hour

Today's Question: How do children inherit traits from their parents?

  1. Mindset - Please read your AR book
  2. Punnett Squares
  3. Genes & Heredity video

Homework: None

Monday, September 8, 2014 - 1st & 3rd Hours

Today's Question: How do children inherit traits from their parents?

Classwork:

  1. Mindset - Please complete this week's grade check.
  2. Video - Genes & Heredity
Homework: None 

2nd Hour

Today's Question: How can an index card structure be designed to support the mass of another object?

Classwork:

  1. Mindset - Please complete this week's grade check.
  2. Engineering Design Challenge - Index Card structures
  3. Complete Engineering Design Form

Homework: None

Today's Question: How can an index card structure be designed to support the mass of another object?

Today's Question: What are some of the most common inherited traits in this class?

Today's Question: What are some of the most common inherited traits in this class?

Today's Question: How is the cell division process for reproductive cells different compared to other cells?

Today's Question: How is the cell division process for reproductive cells different compared to other cells?

Today's Question: How can a Pringle's potato chip be packaged so that it won't get damaged going through the mail?

Classwork:

  1. Mindset - Rising Stars name tags
  2. Engineering Design Challenge - Perfect Pringle's Package - Part 1

Homework: None

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Today's Question: What do I already know about this year's science topics?

Classwork:

  1. Mindset - Please read your AR book
  2. Take Science Benchmark Part 2

Homework: None

SpongeBob and Gary flipped through the book and decided to test the properties of a mystery substance. Since the teacher did not tell them to wear the safety goggles, they left them on the table. Always wear safety goggles whenever you are working with chemicals or other substances that might get into your eyes. SpongeBob lit the Bunsen burner, then reached across the flameNever reach across a flame to get a test tube from Gary. In the process, he knocked over a bottle of the mystery substance and a little bit splashed on Gary. Immediately notify your teacher if any chemical gets on your skin or clothing to find out what to do to clean it off. SpongeBob poured some of the substance into a test tube and began to heat it. When it started to bubble he looked into the test tubeNever look directly into a test tube when mixing or heating chemicals to see what was happening and pointed it towards Gary Always point a test tube away from you and others when heating it over a flame or other heat source so he could see. Gary thought it smelled weird so he took a deep whiff of it. Never smell a chemical directly from the container.Wave your hand over the opening of the container and "waft" the fumes towards your nose. He didn't think it smelled poisonous and tasted a little bit of the substance. Never taste a chemical unless you are instructed by your teacher to do so. They were worried about running out of time, so they left the test tube and materials on the tableAlways clean up your work area and equipment after an experiment is completed Equipment must be returned to its proper place and moved to a different station to try another experiment.

Patrick didn't want to waste any time reading the directions, Read and follow all directions exactly as they are written. If in doubt, ask your teacher for help! so he put on some safety goggles and picked a couple different substances. He tested them with vinegar (a weak acid) to see what would happen even though he didn't have permission to experiment on his own. Never mix chemicals (or perform tests) without your teacher's permission. He noticed that one of the substances did not do anything, but the other one fizzed. He also mixed two substances together to see what would happen, Never mix chemicals without your teacher's permission. but didn't notice anything. He saw SpongeBob and Gary heating something in a test tube and decided to do that test. He ran over to that stationNever run (or push someone else) in the lab. and knocked over a couple bottles that SpongeBob had left open. Keep lids on bottles and containers when not in use. After cleaning up the spills, he read the directions and found the materials he needed. The only test tube he could find had a small crack in it, but he decided to use it anyway. Never use broken or chipped glassware. He lit the Bunsen burner and used tongs to hold the test tube over the flame. He forgot to move his notebook away from the flameKeep your work area clean and keep all materials (clothing, hair, papers, etc.) away from a flame or heat source. and almost caught it on fire.

Before they could do another experiment, the bell rang and they rushed to put everything away. Since they didn't have much time, Patrick didn't clean out his test tube before putting it in the cabinet. Always clean up your work area and equipment after an experiment is completed Equipment must be returned to its proper place.SpongeBob noticed that he had a small cut on his finger, but decided he didn't have time to tell the teacher about it. Immediately notify your teacher if you get cut or have another injury when performing an experiment. Since they were late, they skipped washing their hands Wash your hands before and after each experiment. and hurried to the next class.

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