Student's Corner: April
Above is the homework calendar. If there are any changes, I will announce them in class, as well as, update this calendar!
Monday: Read Chapter 2, lesson 1 - filled in book activities
Tuesday: Read Chapter 2, lesson 2 - filled in book activities; homework: read pages 52-53, fill in book, photosynthesis and cellular respiration worksheet (both sides) (don't do # 6,7,and 9 on back)
Wednesday: Began movement of materials through a cell lab; data sheet will be due on Wednesday, 4/25
Thursday: Checked homework assigned Tuesday; continued with movement of materials lab; assigned photosynthesis/ cellular respiration chart in notebook, due tomorrow
Friday: Checked chart; assigned photosynthesis/ cellular respiration diagram; rough draft is due on Tuesday, April 24th! There is an example below but your picture will be slightly different! Use what's on your rubric!
Monday (4/23): Finished the movement of materials lab- questions are due on Wednesday, 4.25 - if you were absent, look below to see pictures of what you missed
Tuesday (4/24): Rough draft of photosynthesis/ cellular respiration picture is due; started cell division (chapter 2, lesson 3), took notes (below)
Wednesday (4/25): Collected movement of molecules lab paper; continued reading chapter 2, lesson 3 (pg 59-61)
If you will not be here on Thursday, 4/26, you need to complete the two worksheets handed out in class today, finish reading chapter 2, lesson 3, and finish taking notes for lesson 3 (found below) (called cell division)
Monday (4/30): Checked mitosis homework; practiced identifying stages of cell cycle - practice is found below with answers; HW fill in mitosis chart for Wednesday, 5/2
Chapter 2 quiz on Thursday (open note quiz)
Tuesday (5/1): If you didn't finish the onion root cell lab, use the picture below to finish your sketches. Due tomorrow (5/2)
Wednesday (5/2): Checked cell cycle chart and turned it in; reviewed for quiz tomorrow
Here is the link to the Quizizz game:
Game Code: 233637
"Baseball is a lot like life. It's a day-to-day existence, full of ups and downs. You make the most of your opportunities in baseball as you do in life!" (Ernie Harwell)
This month we will be exploring what a cell does during the day. How does it get its energy? What is the code that controls all living things?