Student's Corner: March
Below is the homework calendar. If there are any changes, I will announce them in class, as well as, update this calendar!
Example of Cell Relief Models!
"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)
Parent's Corner: Cells
We will be exploring the wonderful of cells and how such tiny things combine together to form the living world around us!
3/7/2018: Began reading Chapter 3, lesson 2
Homework: Identify the structure and function for the organelles on pages 13 - 15!
3/8/17: Read pages 18-19
Homework: create a chart that outlines the function and structure of the 13 organelles we discussed in class.
3/9/2018: Checked cell organelle chart; completed cell city analogy (below) and assigned cell project!
Cell Analogy Project is due on Friday, March 23rd!!
3/12/18: read pgs 20 -21 in book, took notes on cell size
HW complete the organization of living things chart
3/13/18: read lesson 3 in book
3/16/18: Finished chemistry of dinner menu; assigned 1.3 worksheet due Monday!
Cell organelle quiz re-look on Tuesday, March 20th! Study the organelle chart in your notebook! Reread lesson 1.2! Know the functions!
Here is a quizlet to help you study: https://quizlet.com/_21atet
Chapter 1 Test is Monday, March 26th! You may use one side of an index card to write out information from LESSON 4 ONLY!!
Study the study guide and use the quizizz link!
Click HERE for the Quizzizz link!
Here is the code: 279708
read pages 32 – 33 in your book.
Complete figure 4 on page 32 and the assess your understanding on page 33.
Copy down the two charts about passive and active transport into your notebook found on website.