Life Science

Week 24: February 18-22

Monday, February 18

No School: Presidents Day

HW: Lab Manual 12f

Tuesday, February 19

Group work: 12.16 Insect Metamorphosis

HW: Lab Manual 12e

Thursday, February 21

No Class: iServe

HW: 12F Section Review AND finish the HHMI questions if you did not finish in class.

Friday, February 22

No Class: iServe

HW: 12F Section Review AND finish the HHMI questions if you did not finish in class.

Week 23: February 11-15

Monday, February 11

Phylum Annelida

Video: Annelids: Powerful and capable worms

12.10 Circulatory system

12.11 Respiratory, excretory, and reproductive systems

HW: 12D Section Review (textbook page 262)

Wednesday, February 13

12.13 The echinoderms (Nearpod lesson)

Video: Echinoderms: The ultimate animal

HW: 12E Section Review (textbook page 265)

Thursday, February 14

Arthropods

Video: Terrestrial arthropods

Video: Marine arthropods

BrainPOP: Insects

12.14 A typical insect's body structure

12.15 A typical insect's body systems

HW: Lab manual 12f

Friday, February 15

No school: Teacher in-service

HW: Lab manual 12f

Week 22: February 4-8

Monday, February 4

12.3 The Sponge (Phylum Porifera)

Video: Sponge animation

Video: Sponge biology

BrainPOP: Sponges

HW: Make sure all your notes are complete for sections 12.1-12.3. Add your own notes as you read the textbook.

There will be an IDSIP data check on Friday (Be able to show Mrs. Brenner the data that you have collected or the design that you have created)

Tuesday, February 5

12.4 The jellyfish: a cnidarian

Video: Cnidarian body plan

Video: Moon jelly life cycle

Video: Evading predators

Video: Portuguese man o war

BrainPOP: Cnidarians

HW: 12B Section Review (textbook page 255)

There will be an IDSIP data check on Friday (Be able to show Mrs. Brenner the data that you have collected or the design that you have created)

Wednesday, February 6

12.5 The planarian: a flatworm

Video: Predatory flatworm

Video: Flatworm body plan

HW: Lab manual 12a and Lab manual 12b

There will be an IDSIP data check on Friday (Be able to show Mrs. Brenner the data that you have collected or the design that you have created)

Thursday, February 7

12.6 Ascaris: a roundworm

Video: What is a nematode?

HW: 12C Section Review

There will be an IDSIP data check tomorrow (Be able to show Mrs. Brenner the data that you have collected or the design that you have created)

Friday, February 8

12.7 Body structure (segmented worm)

12.8 Nervous system

12.9 Digestive system

Video: Annelid body plan

Video: Lumbricus, earthworm

HW: Lab manual 12c

Week 21: January 28 - February 1

Monday, January 28

IDSIP Materials, Procedure and Variables: Recap

9.8 Structure of fungi

9.9 Nutrition of fungi

BrainPOP: Fungi

Video: Finding Fungi

HW: Lab manual

Finalize your procedure and get materials to start your IDSIP project this coming weekend, at the latest. Chapter 9 Test is Thursday.

Tuesday, January 29

9.10 Importance of fungi

Fungus humongous p.200

TC: Inferring p.200

HW: 9C Section Review (textbook page 200). Chapter 9 Test is Thursday.

Wednesday, January 30

Chapter 9 Questions: Sorting the Data, Analyzing the Data, Standardized Test Prep

HW: Chapter 9 Questions: Sorting the Data, Analyzing the Data, Standardized Test Prep

Quizizz Practice

Bring your Chapter 9 Notes to class to be graded on test day tomorrow.

Thursday, January 31

Chapter 9 Test

HW: Chapter 9 Essay question worksheet

Friday, February 1

Video: What a Wonderful World with David Attenborough

Video: Evolutionary theory

Video: Biblical worldview

12.1 What is an animal

12.2 What is an invertebrate

HW: 12A Section Review (textbook page 252)

Video: Walk on the Wild Side (happy Friday!)

Week 20: January 21-25

Monday, January 21

MLK Jr. Day: No school

HW: IDSIP Materials, Procedure, and Variables are due Monday, January 28

Tuesday, January 22

9.7 Importance of Protists

NC Science Now Video: Protists

GPM Video: Protists

HW: 9B Section Review, IDSIP Materials, Procedure, and Variables are due Monday, January 28

Wednesday, January 23

Spiritual Life Retreat: No class

HW: 9B Section Review, IDSIP Materials, Procedure, and Variables are due Monday, January 28

Thursday, January 24

Spiritual Life Retreat: No class

HW: 9B Section Review, IDSIP Materials, Procedure, and Variables are due Monday, January 28

Friday, January 25

Spiritual Life Retreat Response Day: Minimum Day, No class

HW: 9B Section Review, IDSIP Materials, Procedure, and Variables are due Monday, January 28

Week 19: January 14-18

Monday, January 14

9.1 Structure of bacteria

9.2 Reproduction of bacteria

BrainPOP: Bacteria

HW: Finish notes (in composition book or digital) for textbook sections 9.1 and 9.2

IDSIP Topic, Problem, Background research sites, and Hypothesis are due Friday.

Tuesday, January 15

Quizizz Review

Textbook page 187: Antibiotic-resistant bacteria

9.3 Importance of bacteria

FOLS: Nature's sanitation engineers

Smithsonian: The Microbes We're Made Of

HW: Finish notes (in composition book or digital) for textbook section 9.3

IDSIP Topic, Problem, Background research sites, and Hypothesis are due Friday.

Wednesday, January 16

9.4 What about the viruses?

COS: A New and Improved Battery

HW: 9A Section Review (textbook page 191)

IDSIP Topic, Problem, Background research sites, and Hypothesis are due Friday.

Thursday, January 17

9.5 Protozoans

BrainPOP: Protozoans

Video: Amoeba

Video: Paramecium

Video: Flagellated protozoan

HW: IDSIP Topic, Problem, Background research sites, and Hypothesis are due tomorrow.

Friday, January 18

9.6 Algae

BrainPOP: Algae

Video: Spirogyra

Video: Euglena

HW: None Looking ahead: IDSIP Materials, Procedure, and Variables are due Monday, January 28

Week 18: January 7-11

Monday, January 7

Introduction to IDSIP: Fill out this GOOGLE FORM by the end of class.

HW:

IDSIP planning worksheet (Steps 1-4 are due January 18. Get it done much sooner than that to make your life easier and get this year off to a great start!)

Sign up for an IDSIP after-school consultation meeting (10-min) with Mrs. Brenner. This meeting is mandatory and will be highly beneficial to both of us.

Tuesday, January 8

ABE Lab 1.1: Practice using Micropipettes

HW: IDSIP Permission Slip due Friday

Wednesday, January 9

ABE Lab 1.2 (Day 1)

Video: Loading a Micropipette

Example: Undergrad biotech research

HW: IDSIP planning worksheet (Steps 1-4 are due January 18. Get it done much sooner than that to make your life easier and get this year off to a great start!)

Sign up for an IDSIP after-school consultation meeting (10-min) with Mrs. Brenner. This meeting is mandatory and will be highly beneficial to both of us.

Thursday, January 10

Biotech inquiry: DNA extraction from kiwi fruit

HW: DNA Extraction Post-lab questions (see below)

IDSIP planning worksheet , IDSIP Permission Slip

Friday, January 11

ABE Lab 1.2 (Day 2)

HW: If you haven't finished these:

IDSIP planning worksheet (Steps 1-4 are due January 18. Get it done much sooner than that to make your life easier and get this year off to a great start!)

Sign up for an IDSIP after-school consultation meeting (10-min) with Mrs. Brenner. This meeting is mandatory and will be highly beneficial to both of us.

Week 16: December 10-14

Monday, December 10

8.9 Speciation

AIG Video: Speciation

AIG Video: Baraminology

HW: 8C SR (textbook page 176)

Tuesday, December 11

Chapter 8 Review: Sorting and Analyzing the Data and STP questions

HW: Finish Chapter 8 End-of-chapter questions (Sorting the Data, Analyzing the Data, STP questions)

Wednesday, December 12

Chapter 8 Test

HW: Semester Exam review packet

Thursday, December 13

Semester Exam Review

HW: Semester Exam review packet

Friday, December 14

Semester Exam Review

HW: Semester Exam review packet

Week 15: December 3-7

Monday, December 3

8.3 Lamarck's theory: inheritance of acquired characteristics,

8.4 Darwin's theories: Natural selection and descent with modification

HW: Worksheet: Lamarck and Darwin

Tuesday, December 4

Natural selection at work, p.166

8.5 DeVries's theory: Evolution by mutation

Peppered Moth Game

HW: Worksheet: Peppered Moths, Background information

Wednesday, December 5

8.6 Modern evolutionary theory

FOLS: Thinking through intelligent design p. 170

HW: 8B SR (textbook page 170)

Thursday, December 6

8.7 Evolutionary family trees: the path of evolution

Lucy: A "missing link"?

HW: Project: Examples of diversity (Due Tuesday) (Resource: Species Database)

Friday, December 7

8.8 The fossil record

Video: Order of fossils in the fossil record

Video: Fossils

HW: Project: Examples of diversity (Due Tuesday) (Resource: Species Database)

Week 14: November 26-30

Monday November 26

FOLS: Learning about the unborn p.126

Video: Amniocentesis

Video: Fetoscopy

Video: Sonogram

6C Genetic disorders

HW: 6C Section Review (textbook page 127)

Tuesday November 27

8.1 What the Bible teaches about Creation

Video: Dr. Terry Mortenson on Genesis

HW: Class study: What the Bible reveals about Creation

Wednesday November 28

FOLS: Non-literal views of Creation

HW: Quizizz practice

Make sure your notes are complete for Section 8.1.

Thursday November 29

8.2 The age of the earth

Video: How are fossils formed?

HW: Worksheet: It all adds up

Friday November 30

FOLS: Dinosaurs in the Bible, p.160

The Flood and Noah's ark p. 162

HW: 8A Section Review (textbook page 182)

Week 13: November 12-16

Monday November 12

6.3 Punnett squares

BrainPOP: Genetics

HW: 6A Section Review (textbook page 118)

Tuesday November 13

Punnett square practice: Lab manual 6d

HW: Lab manual 6b (#1-5 ONLY)

Wednesday November 14

Variations of Mendel's theories

HW: Lab manual 6c

Thursday November 15

6.5 Sex chromosomes and inheritance, introduce Spudoodle activity

HW: 6B Section Review (textbook page 125)

Friday November 16

Spudoodle activity

HW: Enjoy Thanksgiving break!

Week 12: November 5-9

Monday November 5

Chapter 5 Review Day

HW: Finish Chapter 5 Review questions (Sorting the Data, Analyzing the Data, Standardized Test Prep)

Quizizz Practice

Tuesday November 6

Chapter 5 Test

HW: Chapter 5 Essay question worksheet

Wednesday November 7

6.1 Mendel's experiments (Notability notes)

HW: None

Thursday November 8

6.2 Mendel's theories (Notability notes)

HW: Lab Manual 6a

Friday November 9

FOLS: Human dominant and recessive traits p.117

Instructions for modeling activity

BrainPOP: Heredity

HW: Classkick photo project (Find the assignment in Classkick!)

Week 11: October 29 - November 2

Monday October 29

5.3 Asexual reproduction

Quizizz review

HW: Do the Quizizz review on your own

Tuesday October 30

5.4 Sexual reproduction

TC p. 100 Mitosis and meiosis

HW: Lab manual 5a and Lab manual 5b

Wednesday October 31

5.5 DNA is coded messages

HW: 5A Section Review (textbook p.101)

Thursday November 1

5.6 RNA helps decode the messages

5.7 The decoded messages are proteins

Brainpop: RNA

HW: Lab manual 5c

Friday November 2

CIS: DNA and Computer memory p.105

FOLS: Proteins, vital for life p.106

HW: 5B Section Review (textbook p. 107)

Quizizz Review

Week 10: October 22-26

Monday October 22

Chapter 4 Review

HW: Finish Chapter 4 Review questions (Sorting the Data, Analyzing the Data, Standardized Test Prep)

Tuesday October 23

Chapter 4 Test

HW: Chapter 4 Essay Question Worksheet

Wednesday October 24

5.1 Genes and Chromosomes

Notability Notes: 5.1

BrainPOP: DNA

HW: Chromosome Worksheet

Thursday October 25

5.2 Cell Division

HW: Cell Division Worksheet (Tomorrow we will peer-edit each other's work, make corrections, and then turn it in by the end of the period)

Friday October 26 (Grandparents Day)

Peer-edit and correct Cell Division Worksheet

HW: None

Week 9 : October 15-19

Monday October 15

4.4 Anaerobic cellular respiration

Notability Notes (Continue to add to foldable notes)

HW: 4B Section Review (Textbook page 83)

Tuesday October 16

4.5 Pigments of PS

4.6 Location of PS

4.7 Process of PS

BrainPOP: Photosynthesis

HW: Lab Manual 4c

Wednesday October 17

FOLS: The Phases of PS p. 85, TC: Cellular processes p.85

HW: Finish Thinking Critically (textbook page 85)

Make sure Foldable Cell Respiration and Photosynthesis Diagrams are complete

Thursday October 18

No School: Parent Teacher Conferences

HW: Finish Thinking Critically (textbook page 85)

Make sure Foldable Cell Respiration and Photosynthesis Diagrams are complete

Friday October 19

No School: Parent Teacher Conferences

HW: Finish Thinking Critically (textbook page 85)

Make sure Foldable Cell Respiration and Photosynthesis Diagrams are complete

Week 8: October 8-12

Monday October 8

Chapter 3: Sorting the Data, Analyzing the Data, STP questions

HW: Ch 3 End of the chapter questions: Sorting the Data, Analyzing the Data, Standardized Test Prep questions. Test is tomorrow. Make sure your notes are completed for EVERY section in the chapter, and bring your notes to class for grading.

Tuesday October 9

Chapter 3 Test

HW: Chapter 3 Essay question worksheet

Wednesday October 10

4.1 Levels of cellular organization

HW: None

Thursday October 11

4.2 Division of Labor

HW: 4A SR (p.78 in the textbook) and Lab Manual 4a

Friday October 12

4.3 Aerobic cellular respiration (BrainPOP Video)

Notability Notes: 4B (Cell Respiration)

FOLS: Keeping of the energy (Page 80 in the textbook)

HW: Lab Manual 4b

Week 7: October 1-5

Monday October 1

Microscopy

HW: Lab Manual 3h

Tuesday October 2

3.4 Cytoplasm

BrainPOP: Cell structures

Notability notes: 3.4 Cytoplasm

HW: Lab Manual 3c

Wednesday October 3

Review for 3.4 and 3.5

3.5 Genetic material, "The pressure of turgor pressure" p.65 (Lab 3i)

HW: 3B Section Review (textbook page 66)

Thursday October 4

3.6 Eukaryotes and prokaryotes

HW: Lab manual 3d

Friday October 5

3.7 Diversity among eukaryotes

CF:Serving God as a pathologist p.69

Quizizz Review

HW: 3C Section Review (textbook page 69)

Week 6: September 24-28

Monday September 24

Chapter 2 Test

HW: Chapter 2 Essay question worksheet

Tuesday September 25

3.1 Characteristics of Membranes

3.2 Passive transport

Notability notes: Passive transport

BrainPOP: Passive transport

HW: Make sure your notes are complete! Define all key terms (see last slide of the Nearpod lesson).

Wednesday September 26

3.2 Transport across the membrane

Notability notes: Active Transport

BrainPOP: Active transport

Worksheet: Active and Passive transport

Class activity: Model active transport

HW: Lab Manual 3a

Thursday September 27

Diffusion inquiry

COS: Reverse osmosis (textbook p. 57)

FOLS: The lost secret of Leeuwenhoek's lenses (textbook p. 58)

HW: 3A Section Review (Textbook page 59)

Friday September 28

3.3 Cellular boundaries

FOLS: The light microscope (textbook p.61)

HW: Lab Manual 3b

Week 5: September 17-21

Monday September 17

2.5 Lipids and 2.6 Proteins (Notes)

BrainPOP: Body Chemistry

SLH: What is a protein?

BrainPOP: Fats

HW: Lab Manual 2d

Tuesday September 18

FOLS: The amazing action of enzymes (textbook page 38) (Notes)

2.7 Nucleic acids (Notes)

BrainPOP: DNA

BrainPOP: RNA

HW: 2B Section Review (textbook page 39)

Wednesday September 19

2.8 Why Classify? (Notes)

2.9 The modern classification system

2.10 Scientific names

BrainPOP: Classification

HW: Lab Manual 2e and Lab Manual 2f

Thursday September 20

2.11 Problems of classification

FOLS: What to name the okapi (textbook page 47)

HW: 2C Section Review (textbook page 48)

Friday September 21

Chapter 2: Sorting the Data, Analyzing the Data, and Standardized Test Prep questions (textbook, end of Chapter 2)

Chapter 2 Quizizz Review

HW: Finish all review questions: Sorting the Data, Analyzing the Data, and Standardized Test Prep questions (textbook, end of Chapter 2)

Make sure your notes for EVERY section in Chapter 2 are complete. Bring notes to class on Monday to be graded. Chapter 2 Test is Monday.

Week 4: September 10-14

Monday September 10:

Chapter 1 Review

Quizizz practice

Finish all review questions: Sorting the Data, Analyzing the Data, and Standardized Test Prep questions (textbook, end of Chapter 2)

Make sure your notes for EVERY section in Chapter 2 are complete. Bring notes to class on Monday to be graded. Chapter 2 Test is Monday.

Tuesday September 11:

Chapter 1 Test

HW: Chapter 1 Essay Question Worksheet

Wednesday September 12:

2.1 Characteristics of life

2.2 Physical life and spiritual life

HW: Lab Manual 2a, Lab Manual 2b

Thursday September 13:

Thinking Critically: Life Cycles (Textbook page 31)

2.3 The basic unit of life

HW: 2A Section Review, Lab Manual 2C

Friday September 14:

2.4 Carbohydrates (Notes)

FOLS: Cellulose - more than dietary fiber (Textbook page 36)

CIS: Cellophane (Textbook page 37)

HW: Read textbook through Section 2.4, and make sure your notes include all main points, vocabulary, and important diagrams.

Week 3: September 3 -7

Monday September 3: Labor Day

HW: None

Tuesday September 4:

Isopod video: the importance of worldview

1.8 Define the Problem (What's the Phenomenon?)

1.9 Form a Hypothesis

HW: Lab Manual 1a

Wednesday September 5:

Quizizz Review

1.10 Test the hypothesis

Socrative student input

HW: Lab Manual 1b

Thursday September 6:

1.11 Classify and analyze the data, 1.12 Choose and verify the answer

HW: (Textbook page 19) Thinking Critically: Understanding Experiments

Friday September 7:

HW: 1C Section Review (Textbook page 22)

Week 2: August 27 - 31

Monday August 27: Back to School Night

1.4 Understanding Worldviews

AIG: Worldview

HW: None

Tuesday August 28:

1.5 The Worldview of Naturalism

HW: None

Thursday August 30: NEXUS

Scientific Methodology

HW: None

Friday August 31: RED FRED DAY

1.6 The Biblical Worldview

AIG: The Bible, Socrative Quiz

1.7 Making Sense of the World

HW: 1B Section Review (textbook p.16)

Monday August 20: Orientation Day

Week 1: August 20 - 24

Tuesday August 21: First Day of School

Nearpod activity

HW: Sign syllabus and lab safety agreement (both are due FRIDAY)

Thursday August 23: (Picture Day)

1.2 Thinking Scientifically

HW: Sign syllabus and lab safety agreement

Friday August 24:

Notes: 1.3 Christians thinking as Scientists

HW: 1A Section Review (textbook p.9)