4th Quarter Assignments 3/19 Monday- Teacher Planning Day 3/20 Tuesday: Bellwork: Add to Test Notes: 7. How and why do cells reproduce? Cells reproduce by…Cells do this (because/ to)...8. Explain homeostasis in your own words. Homeostasis is... Answers: How and why do cells reproduce? Cells reproduce to maintain homeostasis and they do it through cell division. Explain homeostasis in your own words. Homeostasis is what the body does to keep everything stable inside itself. Review Chapter 10 Lesson 3 (pg. 376-379) Handout 379E & 379F- finish as needed for homework. Read Ch 10 Lesson 4 - Whole group instruction. 3/21 Wednesday: Bellwork: Read all of page 381 in your book. Then, answer the following questions. 9. What two structures surround cells? 10. Do all cells have these structures? Answers: 9. What two structures surround cells? Two structures that surround cells are cell membrane and cell walls. Do all cells have these structures?10. All cells have cell membranes. Cells of plants and some other organisms have cell walls, but animal cells do not have cell walls. Classwork: Students were given a pink paper with the guidelines and Rubric for their 3 dimensional cell projects. Projects are due the Wednesday after Easter (4/4/18). Please ask your child what they have planned. Projects are to be done at home. Students took a 30 minute "Climate Survey" and continued Chapter 10 Lesson 4 in the Science book. 3/22 Thursday 3/23 Friday
3/26-2/29 3/26 Monday: "Looking Inside the Cell" Handout pages 387E & 387F 3/27 Tuesday Bellwork: 11. The function of the mitochondria is to carry out cellular respiration, releasing energy the cell can use to live and function.12. The function of the ER helps the attached ribosomes make proteins.13. The function of the golgi apparatus is to receive proteins and other newly formed materials from the ER. It packages them and distributes them to other parts of the cell. Classwork: Begin Chapter 10 Lesson 5- Cell Division
3/28 Wednesday Bell work : Vocabulary 12. cell cycle, 13. interphase, 14. replication, 15. chromosomes Classwork: Students use plant and cell models to quiz each other on organelles. Tomorrow's Cell City in-class project assigned and gone over. Students were given a copy of the expectations and made rough drafts of their "City". 2/29 Thursday: Cell City in-class projects Students will have Tuesday, April 3rd, the entire class period to finish their Cell City drawings. This is not homework!!! They have a cell project that was assigned on March 21st that is homework and is due April 4th!
4/3-4/6 Note **** Chapter 10 Test is next Tuesday, April 10th!!!! Monday - No School (Fair Day) 4/3 Tuesday: Cell City Drawings (Day 2) Students should have completed by the end of class and turned in. If students did not finish, it is homework. Cell projects assigned March 21st, (2 weeks ago) are due tomorrow. 4/4 Wednesday: Cell City Projects turned in and graded. Continue Chapter 10/ Cell Division 4/5 Thursday: Bell Work- "Cell Division" open book quiz (graded) H.O. pg. 395F Create cell division booklets 4/6 Friday: Finish cell division booklets and demonstrate "Cell Jeopardy" as review for test. Jeopardy Review for Chapter 10 created by me: jeopardylabs.com/play/mrs-steinmetz-jeopardy-review. 4/9 Review for test: Create flash cards of Cell Cycle as review for test 4/10 Test 4/11 Go over Test Begin Chapter 11 4/12 Continue Chapter 11 Lesson 1 Assign end of Lesson Quiz 4/13 Continue Chapter 11 Lesson 1 - Enrichment page 409 E- Read and answer questions using the RAP method of Restate the question, Answer the question completely and Prove your answer with text evidence. 4/16-4/20 4/16 Monday: 1st period finished Friday's lesson, 2nd period began PPT of assigned parts of Chapter 11, 3rd period: Read Chapter 11 Lesson 2 and create posters of body systems including an analysis of the function and illustrations. 4/17 Tuesday: Read and discuss Lesson 2 (3rd period completed Lab) 4/18 Wednesday Bell Work Test Notes: 9. Digestive system includes: mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, liver, pancreas, large intestine, rectum. The function of the digestive system: breaks down food, absorbs nutrients, removes food wastes10. Nutrients move into the bloodstream from the digestive system by a process called absorption. 11. The body part where two bones come together is called a joint.12. Muscles can contract and relax. When a muscle contracts, it pulls on the bones to which it is attached.13. Hormones are chemical messengers produced by organs of the endocrine system. Review for Lesson 2 (this included taking notes for an open notes quiz) Take quiz. 4/19-Thursday Substitute- Bell Work Test Notes: 17. Homeostasis is the process by which an organism’s internal environment is kept stable when the exterior environment changes.18. Body responses that maintain homeostasis when their are changes in external conditions include shivering, sweating, being hungry, and being thirsty.19. Bacteria and viruses can upset homeostasis and make a person sick. The body’s immune system helps fight disease. Read Chapter 11 Lesson 3 Friday: 4/23-4/27 4/23 Monday: 20. The bones in movable joints are held together by ligaments.21. hinge joint: allows forward and backward motion (elbow, knee)22. Gliding joint: One bone slides over another (wrist, ankle)23. Ball and socket joint: Greatest range of motion (hip, shoulder) 24. Pivot joint: allows one bone to rotate around another ( (arm at elbow, neck)25. Cartilage: strong connective tissue that is more flexible than bone. Most of an infant's bones are cartilage.26. Osteoporosis: a condition in which bones become weak and break easily. Exercise regularly and calcium in your diet can prevent osteoporosis. 27. Compact bone is beneath the outer membrane of bones. It is a thick layer that is hard and dense but not solid.28. Spongy bone is at the ends and under compact bones. Spongy bone is found in longer bones like the femur.29.The bones that make up your backbone are vertebrae.30. Exercise causes the heart to beat faster, providing muscle cells with additional oxygen.31. A response is the result of your body reacting to stimulus.32 Urine contains cellular waste that has been filtered from blood as it passes through the kidneys.
4/24 Tuesday: Chapter 11: Test Notes: 33. The functions of the skin: 1. Protecting the body 2. Maintaining temperature 3. Eliminating waste 4. Gathering information 5. Producing vitamin D34. Epidermis : outer layer of the skin, helps protect the skin35. Melanin: a pigment that colors the skin (deep in the epidermis)36. Dermis: the inner layer of the skin, which includes nerves, blood vessels, sweat glands, hairs & oil glands37. Pores: openings that allow sweat to reach the surface38. Follicles: strands of hair grow within the dermis in follicles. 4/25 Wednesday: Chapter 11 4/26 Thursday: Create Jeopardy Game with a partner 4/27 Friday: Student created Jeopardy games Jeopardy games 4/30-5/3 Monday: Test practice Tuesday: Test Wednesday: Begin Chapter 12, Lesson 1 Thursday: FSA Test Day- Shortened schedule, recess during Science Friday: FSA Test Day- Shortened schedule, recess during Science 5/7-5/11 5/7 Monday: Bell Work: Begin new Test Notes for Chapter 12: 1. Food provides your body with materials to grow and repair tissues. Food provides energy for everything you do. 2. The unit Calorie is used to measure energy in foods. 3. Nutrients are the substances in food that provide the raw materials and energy the body needs to carry out all of its processes. Classwork: finish reading Chapter 12, Lesson 1. Complete Handout pages 461E& 461F. 461F must be completed on a separate piece of paper. You must restate the question, prove the answer with text evidence and cite the proof. 5/8 Tuesday: 5/9 Wednesday: Bell Work Test Notes 4. The villi enables the small intestine to absorb large amounts of protein.5. Water is the most important nutrient because all of the body’s vital processes take place in water.6.Water is absorbed from undigested food in the large intestine.7. Waves of involuntary contractions called peristalsis push food through the esophagus and the rest of the digestive system. 5/10 Thursday: Test Notes 8. Arteries carry blood away from the heart. As they do they split into smaller arteries.9. Blood flows from the arteries into tiny capillaries. Materials pass easily from through capillary walls and into the body cells. The waste product of cells pass in the opposite direction.10. Capillaries merge and form larger vessels called veins. From capillaries blood enters veins and travels back to the heart.11. Red Blood Cells take up oxygen in the lungs and deliver it to cells throughout the body 5/11 Friday
5/14 Monday: 5/15 Test Notes: 12. Hemoglobin: makes up the majority of red blood cells. It is a protein that binds chemically to the oxygen molecules in the lungs. Hemoglobin releases oxygen as it travels through capillaries. It also picks up carbon dioxide from cells and delivers it to the lungs. 13. Plasma: transports most materials in blood.14. White blood cells: produced in bone marrow, known as the disease fighters.15. Platelets: Cell fragments that help form blood clots. 5/16/18 Wednesday 16. Veins: blood vessels that carry blood back to the heart.17. Blood has 4 components: Red blood cells, white blood cells plasma and platelets. Cells make up about 45% of blood and the rest is plasma. 18. During exercise the heart beats faster to provide additional oxygen to muscles.19. The respiratory system moves air containing oxygen into your lungs and removes carbon dioxide and water from your body. TEST ON FRIDAY!!! 5/25/18, Test Notes and Heart handout are due on test Day!!!