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11/10 11/16 Lab Activity:  Why are cells so small?  Cut out the models and use them to learn more about the relationship between total surface area and the cell's volume. 11/9 11/12
    HW:  Complete the calculations for the activity "Why are cells so small?", construct the graphs and answer the questions.  You will find helpful information in Ch. 3 and 4 of your textbook.    
11/16 11/16 Turn in Why are cells so small?.  Review the information together in class. 11/12 11/12
    Notes on the cell membrane's fluid mosaic structure, integral proteins and how materials can be transported in and out of the cell.    
    HW:  Review notes and read Ch. 4.    
    11/13 PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES!!!!    
11/18   5 minute writing assignment: Cell membranes 11/17  
    Review relationships between cell size, total surface area, & volume, and then revisit cell membrane structures & functions.    
  11/20 HW:  Introduced the lab for next class.  Read and answer questions in Lab: Osmosis & Diffusion   11/19
  11/20 HW:  Review information for a Quiz using the 5 minute writing assignment: Cell membranes done in class today.   11/19
    Composition of the Cell Membrane    
    Plasma Membrane    
11/20   Cell Membrane Quiz 11/19  
  11/24 Lab: Osmosis & Diffusion   11/23
11/24   Review terms: hypotonic, hypertonic, isotonic, plasmolysis, solute and solvent. 11/23  
    Osmosis in an Isotonic Environment    
    Osmosis in a Hypertonic Environment    
    Osmosis in a Hypotonic Environment    
  11/24 Turn in Lab: Osmosis & Diffusion.   11/23
    Notes: Passive & Active Transport    
    Cellular Transport    
    Passive and  Active Transport    
         
****** 11/30 HW: Ch. 4 Crossword puzzle   11/26
12/2 12/2 Turn in Ch.4 Packets & Crossword Puzzles if they haven't been turned in already. 12/1 12/1
  12/8 Study Guide for Ch.4 Test   12/7
    Review Notes: Passive & Active Transport    
    Cellular Transport    
    Passive and  Active Transport    
  12/8 Last part of class:  Remote Activity - Review for test on Ch.4 - Cell Membrane & its Functions.   12/7
12/4   Turn in and review the Ch.4 packet.  Take it home to use as a study guide! 12/3  
    Remote Activity - Review for test on Ch.4 - Cell Membrane & its Functions.    
  12/8 HW:  Study for the Ch.4 test.   12/7
12/8 12/8 Ch.4 Test 12/7 12/7
12/10 12/14 Write out the definitions for Ch.6 Vocabulary on pg. 133.  Be sure to number and underline each term.  There are a total of 19 terms. 12/9 12/9
  12/14 Color code the diagrams for the Cell Cycle and Mitosis.   12/9
  12/10 Reteach/Retest for the Ch.4 Test.  Retake the test in small groups using your text, notes, and assignments to determine the correct answers.  EC points will be added to your original test score. 12/11 12/11
    HW:  Read Ch. 6    
12/14 12/14 Turn in the Ch.6 vocabulary and the Cell Cycle & Mitosis diagrams.    
    Notes on the Cell Cycle & Mitosis. 12/15  
12/16   Lab: Observing Mitosis 12/17  
12/18   Turn in Lab: Observing Mitosis 1/4  
1/5   Review Mitosis    
    Paper Chromosomes Activity    
  1/7 HW: Ch. 7 Vocabulary   1/6
1/7   Notes on Mitosis & Meiosis 1/6  
  1/7 Turn in HW: Ch. 7 Vocabulary   1/7
1/11 1/13 Meiosis Pop Bead Activity - Turn in lab next class. 1/8 1/12
1/13   Turn in any work that you are missing or have made up!!! 1/12  
  1/13 Review Meiosis Lab (w/ paper chromosomes).  Turn it in by the end of the class period.   1/13
1/15   Turn in any work that you are missing or have made up!!! 1/14  
  1/20 HW: Ch. 6 & 7 Packet - work on in class & is homework for the long weekend.  Due next class!   1/19
  1/20 HW:  Study Ch. 6 & 7 for a quiz on Mitosis & Meiosis.   1/19
1/20 1/20 Turn in Ch. 6 & 7 packet.  Review for quiz. 1/19 1/19
    Turn in any work that you are missing or have made up!!!    
  1/20 Mitosis & Meiosis Quiz   1/19
    Prepare for semester exam!  The topics will include: scientific method, characteristics of living things, food chains, food webs, methods of nutrition, water cycle, carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle,  cell organelles (structure & function), cell size, diffusion, osmosis, cell transport (passive & active), cell cycle, mitosis, and meiosis.    
1/22   Turn in any work that you are missing or have made up!!! 1/21  
         
         
         
    Crossing Over, Independent Assortment    

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