Welcome

To FMS
Life Science 7
Where Science
Comes Alive!
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Textbook:
Glencoe
Focus on
Life Science
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Bloom's
Taxonomy
of Higher
Order
Thinking
Skills
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ISTE Technology
Student Standards

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Next Generation Science Standards
Q1

Cell Biology
Investigation
& Experimentation
Benchmark Quizzes: #1 - W 9/19, #2 - W 9/26, #3 - W 10/17
Standards Test #1: W 10/24
Week
Homework
CA Life
Science 7
Standards
Classwork
Digital Photos/Media
Week 1




W 8/22

2e. DNA is the
genetic
material of
living
organisms,
and is located
in the
chromosomes
of each cell.
1. Inquiry Lab:
Practice
Teamwork
Build a Single
Lego Structure
2. Introduction to
Life Science
3. Meet Your
Teacher
4. I am unique...
DNA
GOAL: Learn
what four
main subjects
will be
taught in
Life Science 7.
Q1 - Cells
Q2 - Genetics
Q3 - Earth History
/Evolution
Q4 - Plant and
Human
Body Systems
EXTENSION:
NPR Science
Friday
Awesome Videos
Popular Science
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Popular Science:
Building Artificial Islands That Rise With the Sea
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Scientists are problem solvers.
Dark driveway, get Core Glow pebbles.
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Glow-driveway

Th 8/23

7. Scientific
progress
is made by
asking
meaningful
questions
and
conducting
careful
investigations.
1. Heroes &
Motivation
My Heroes:
Jane Goodall,
John Glenn,
Dr. Robert Ballard
3. I am unique..DNA
Classification Game
GOAL: Identify 3
of your heroes
that will help
motivate
you to get educated.
EXTENSIONS:
Jane Goodall
Institute
Dr. Robert Ballard
Nautilus Live
NASA John
Glenn Center
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F 8/24

7. Scientific
progress
is made by
asking
meaningful
questions
and
conducting
careful
investigations.
1. I am unique...
DNA
2. Classification
Game Review
Classification
Virtual Lab
3. Popcorn Reading:
Classroom
Management PPT
Class Rules
4. Introduction to
Lab Safety
GOAL: Learn how
to classify
common things
into groups.
EXTENSION:
Science Friday
Podcasts
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Classification Cladogram
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Safety First

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Kingdoms of Living Things
Week 2




M 8/27
I am
unique...
DNA due W 8/29
7. Scientific
progress
is made by
asking
meaningful
questions
and
conducting
careful
investigations.
1. HW
2. IMAX
Cosmic Voyage-
a journey from
quarks
in atoms to edge
of the universe
"Equipped with his
five senses,
man explores the
universe
around him and calls
the adventure
Science."
Edwin Hubble
GOAL: Learn how
the universe
is organized from
the smallest
to the largest parts.
EXTENSION:
Understanding
Science UC Berkeley
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T 8/28
@I am
unique...
DNA due W 8/29

1. HW
2. Safety Review
3. Safety Test/
Safety Map
GOAL: Learn
lab safety
and pass the
SafetyTest/
Safety Map.
EXTENSION:
3 Domains of Life
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3 Domains of Life
W 8/29
Cell Model
Title
due F 9/7
7. Scientific
progress
is made by
asking
meaningful
questions and
conducting
careful
investigations.
1. HW
2. Turn in I am
unique..
.DNA
3. Standards
Skills Lab:
Practicing Scientific
Method
-Focus on
Observations
GOAL: Learn the
main
parts of the most
common scientific
method for problem
solving-
QUESTION,
HYPOTHESIS,
PROCEDURE,
OBSERVATIONS
/DATA,
CONCLUSION
EXTENSION:
DNA
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Dependent and Independent Variables
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Th 8/30
Cell Model
Title
due F 9/7
7. Scientific
progress
is made by
asking
meaningful
questions and
conducting
careful
investigations.
1. HW
2. Inquiry Lab
Method
3. Inquiry Lab:
Colors
GOAL: Learn to
explore
like a scientist and
make excellent
observations.
EXTENSION:
Discovery
Channel
Inquiry Virtual
Lab: Critters
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F 8/31
Cell Model
Title due F 9/7
7. Scientific
progress
is made by
asking
meaningful
questions and
conducting
careful
investigations.
1. HW
2. Standards
Skills Lab:
Measuring
Liquid Volume
GOAL: Learn to
explore
like a scientist
and make
excellent liquid
volume
measurements.
EXTENSION:
Science of
Everyday Life
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Week 3




M
9/3 Holiday




T
9/4
Computer Lab D
@
Microscope
Collection 10 Dry
Items in a Baggie
due Th 9/6
Cell Model
Title
due F 9/7
Cell Biology
1. All living
organisms
are
composed
of cells,
from just
one to
many trillions,
whose details
usually are
visible only
through a
microscope.
7. a. Select and
use
appropriate
tools and
technology
(including
calculators,
computers,
balances,
spring scales,
microscopes,
and
binoculars)
to perform
tests,
collect data,
and display
data.
7. b. Utilize a
variety of print
and electronic
resources
(including the
World
Wide Web)
to collect
information as
evidence as part
of a
research project.
Computer Lab
1. HW
2. Computer Lab:
I. Explore Cells
Alive website.
Cells Alive
II. Research:
Cell Structure
and Function
Search for a
cell you would
like to research
and sign
up for that cell
title before
Friday. Find a
cell diagram,
with the parts
labeled,
of the cell you
would
like to use to
create a
3D cell model.
Get the
diagram approved
by the teacher
before
beginning the
cell model
III. Explore
Create-a-Graph
to learn how
to graph
scientific data and
try the tutorial.
Create-a-Graph
GOAL: Learn how
to use the Internet
to conduct
research
and analyze
website
validity.
EXTENSION:
3M Science
Flocabulary
Science
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W 9/5
@
Microscope
Collection 10 Dry
Items in a Baggie
due Th 9/6
Cell Model
Title
due F 9/7
7. Scientific
progress
is made by
asking
meaningful
questions and
conducting
careful
investigations.
1. HW
2. Skills Lab:
Practice With
Making
Hypotheses
Learning Upgrade:
Mean, Median,
Mode Song
Khan Academy
Math Help:
Mean, Median,
Mode
GOAL: Learn
how to construct
a meaningful and
measurable
hypothesis
for the
experiment.
EXTENSION:
Scientific Method
Rap
Forensic Files
Virtual Lab
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Science Buddies


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Th
9/6
Cell Model
Title
due F 9/7
Cell Biology
1. All living
organisms
are composed
of
cells, from just
one to many
trillions, whose
details usually
are visible only
through a
microscope.
1. HW
2. Care of the
Microscope
3. How Microscopes
Work
How A Microscope
Works
Learn How to
Use a Microscope
4. Inquiry Lab:
"Dead" or "Alive" -
Microscope
Observations
From Your
Microscope
Collection
GOAL: Learn how
microscopes work,
how to prepare
a dry mount
microscope slide,
and figure
out if something
is "Dead" or "Alive".
EXTENSION:
They Might Be
Giants:
Test It Out!
They Might Be
Giants:
Cells Video
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F9/7
Cell Model
Diagram
due T 9/11
Cell Biology
1. All living
organisms
are composed
of cells, from
just one to
many trillions,
whose details
usually are
visible only
through a
microscope.
1. HW
2. Cell Title Quiz
3. Microscope
Collection
4. Review
Math
Skill:
Mean, Median,
Mode
Learning Upgrade:
Mean, Median,
Mode Song
Khan Academy
Math Help:
Mean, Median,
Mode
5. Microscope
Exploration
GOAL: Learn how
microscopes work,
how to prepare
a dry mount
microscope slide,
and figure
out if something
is "Dead" or "Alive".
EXTENSION:
Class Website:
merrillfmsscience7

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Amy Smith
Week 4




M
9/10
Cell Model
Diagram
due T 9/11
Cell Biology
1. All living
organisms
are composed
of cells, from
just one to
many trillions,
whose details
usually are
visible only
through a
microscope.
1. HW
2. Whiteboard
Standards
Review
Quizlet
3.
Class Website:
merrillfmsscience7
4. Skills Lab:
Practice With
Making
Hypotheses
Conclusion
5. Introduction
to Cornell Note
Taking Using
BrainPOP Cells
Part 1
5. Microscope
Exploration
Living, Dead,
Nonliving
GOAL: Learn how
to write a conclusion
to a science lab
and take Cornell
Notes in Life
Science.
EXTENSION:
Class Website:
merrillfmsscience7
Bill Nye Genes
Bill Nye
Measurement
Practice
Metric
Measurement
Cornell Note
Taking
Popular Science
Ear Hair Cells
and More
I am unique...DNA
Bill Nye Genes
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Measurement
Bill Nye Measurement
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Practice Metric Measurement
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cornell-layout

Cornell Note Taking

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Popular Science Ear Hair Cells and More
T
9/11
Cell Model
Diagram
due T 9/11
Cell Biology
1. All living
organisms
are composed
of cells, from
just one to
many trillions,
whose details
usually are
visible only
through a
microscope.
b. the
characteristics
that distinguish
plant cells
from animal
cells, including
chloroplasts
and cell walls.
1. HW
2. Cells Alive
Explore Tabs:
Cell Models
Microscopy
How big?
Live Cams
Mitosis
3. 3D Cell Model
Diagrams
4. Cell Theory
5. Create-a-Graph:
Data Collection
Create a Bar Graph
6. Cell Research
Brainstorming Using
bubbl.us
7. Microscope
Imaging Station
GOAL: Learn how
use the Internet for
scientific research.
EXTENSION:
Class Website:
merrillfmsscience7
Microscope
Imaging Station
bubbl.us
Cell Theory Scientists
Cell Theory
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Cell Theory
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Prokaryotic Verses Eukaryotic Cells
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Cell Theory Scientists
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bubbl.us
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Microscope Imaging Station
W
9/12
Parent
Signature on
Class Syllabus
due F 9/14
Cell Biology
1. All living
organisms
are composed
of cells, from
just one to
many trillions,
whose details
usually are
visible only
through a
microscope.
b. the
characteristics
that distinguish
plant cells
from animal
cells, including
chloroplasts
and cell walls.
1. HW
2. Cornell Notes
BrainPOP Cells
Part 2
3. Standards Lab:
Animal Verses
Plant Cells
GOAL: Learn
how
to prepare a
stained cheek
(animal cell),
leaf (plant cell),
and sketch
microscope
observations and
compare the two
kinds of cells.
EXTENSIONS:
Animal and
Plant Cell
Interactive Website
that will teach
you about the
different
organelles in a cell
Ask a Biologist
Learn more
about plant and
animal cells
Biology 4 Kids
Use this site to
learn the cell
structures and jobs.
Cellular
Organization
Learn the
description of
each organelle
in plant and animal
cells
Inside a Plant and
Animal Cell
Take a trip inside a
cell to see its
organelles and their
functions
Interactive Cells
Interactive site that
allows you to see
inside a cell
Cell Hangman
Let Hangman
help you study
about cells
Cell Jeopardy
Game show study tool
Cell Word
Scramble
Word Scramble
fun study tool
Flash Cards
Online flash cards
to study cells
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Th
9/13
Parent
Signature on
Class Syllabus
due F 9/14
Cell Biology
1. All living
organisms
are composed
of cells, from
just one to
many trillions,
whose details
usually are
visible only
through a
microscope.
b. the
characteristics
that distinguish
plant cells
from animal
cells, including
chloroplasts
and cell walls.
1. HW
2. Cornell Notes
BrainPOP Cells
Part 3
3. Standards Lab:
Animal Verses
Plant Cells
Salt Dough Recipe
GOAL: Learn
how
to prepare a
stained cheek
(animal cell),
leaf (plant cell),
and sketch
microscope
observations
and compare the two
kinds of cells.
EXTENSIONS:
CellCraft
Videogame
Filament Games
Microcospy UK
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Filament Games
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Microcospy UK
F
9/14
3D Cell Model
and Research
due TH 9/27
Investigation
and
Experi-
mentation
7. Scientific
progress is
made by
asking
meaningful
questions
and
conducting
careful
investigations.
1. HW
2. TED Lesson:
Cell Theory
3. Practicing Real Life
Problem Solving Skills:
What happened to the
pistachio tree?
GOAL:
Figure out what
happened to the
pistachio tree and
decide what should
be done about it
using your
problem
solving skills.
EXTENSIONS:
Nature Footage
Trees For
Saving Energy
Ask the Arborist
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TED Lesson: Cell Theory
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Week 5




M
9/17
3D Cell Model
and Research
due TH 9/27
Cell Biology
1. All living
organisms
are composed
of cells, from
just one to
many trillions,
whose details
usually are
visible only
through a
microscope.
b. the
characteristics
that distinguish
plant cells
from animal
cells, including
chloroplasts
and cell walls.
1. HW
2. Benchmark
Cornell Notes
Quiz Review

3. Complete Animal
Verses Plant Cell Lab
4. Venn Diagram
Paper Quiz:
Compare Plant and
Animal Cells

GOAL:
Learn how to study
for quizzes and
compare plant and
animal cells.

Test Taking Tips

EXTENSIONS:

Read Write Think
Venn Diagram

Cells Alive
Cells Enchanted Learning

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Enchanted Learning Mitosis

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T
9/18
3D Cell Model
and Research
due TH 9/27
Cell Biology
1b. the
characteristics
that distinguish
plant cells
from animal
cells, including
chloroplasts
and cell walls.

7a. select and
use
appropriate
tools and
technology
(including
calculators,
computers,
balances,
spring
scales,
microscopes,
and
binoculars)
to perform
tests, collect
data, and
display
data.

7b. utilize a
variety of
print and
electronic
resources
(including
the World
Wide
Web) to
collect
information
as evidence
as part
of a
research
project.
1. HW
2.
Cells Alive
Plant Cell
Animal Cell
Bacteria Cell
Mitosis
2. Compare Plant
and Animal Cells
Quiz
Read Write Think
Venn Diagram

3. Create-a-Graph
Quiz:
Data Collection/
Bar Graph
4. Cell Research
Brainstorming Using
bubbl.us

GOAL:
Learn how to use
online graphic
organizers to
compare plant
and animal cells.

EXTENSIONS:

4. Calling all
Citizen Scientists
Ants Project

5. Science In
The News

Higgs Boson
Discovered

6. Journey North

7. Bugscope
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Cells Alive

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W
9/19
3D Cell Model
and Research
due TH 9/27
Cell Biology
1e.
cells divide
to increase
their
numbers
through a
process of
mitosis,
which results
in two
daughter
cells with
identical
sets of
chromosomes.
1. HW
2. Benchmark
Quiz 1
3. Mitosis Quiz
4. NOVA How Cells
Divide
5. NOVA How
Cancer
Cells Grow

GOAL:
Learn how cells
make
more cells
through a
process called
mitosis.

EXTENSIONS:

Sea Urchin
Mitosis Video
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Th
9/20
3D Cell Model
and Research
due TH 9/27
Cell Biology
f. as
multicellular
organisms
develop,
their cells
differentiate.
1. HW
2. Standards Lab:
Cells of Your Body

3. STEM Cells
Video
4. Science News:
STEM Cells
Treating
Deafness

Chick Cells
Video

GOAL:
Learn how STEM
cells create all
the different
kinds of cells
of the human body
and the cells have
different shapes
because they have
different functions
(jobs).

EXTENSIONS:

Science News:
Food Chemistry In
Action
Science Games
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F
9/21
3D Cell Model
and Research
due TH 9/27
Cell Biology
f. as
multicellular
organisms
develop,
their cells
differentiate.
1. HW

2. Standards Lab:
Cells of Your Body

Exploratorium
Mouse STEM Cell

Flu Attack!
How a virus invades
your cells.

GOAL:
Learn how STEM
cells create all the
different kinds of
cells
of the human
body
and that the cells
have
different shapes
because they
have different
functions (jobs).

EXTENSIONS:

3. PBS Student
Voices

4. Ology

5. Creatures
That Glow

6. Radiolab:
What a
Slinky Knows

7. Science Writer

8. Blurb Books
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Mouse STEM cell
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Flu Attack!
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Survival Game
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Creatures That Glow

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Radiolab:What a Slinky Knows

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Week 6




M
9/24
3D Cell Model
and Research
due TH 9/27
f. as
multicellular
organisms
develop,
their
cells
differentiate.
1. HW
2. Benchmark
Quiz
Review
3. Complete Cells
of Your Body Lab

GOAL:
Learn that cells
have different
shapes because
they have
different
functions.

EXTENSIONS:
Animal and

Plant Cell

Interactive Website
that will teach
you about the
different
organelles in a cell
Ask a Biologist

Learn more
about plant and
animal cells
Biology 4 Kids

Use this site to
learn the cell
structures and jobs.
Cellular

Organization

Learn the
description of
each organelle
in plant and animal
cells
Inside a Plant and

Animal Cell

Take a trip inside a
cell to see its
organelles and their
functions
Interactive Cells

EXTENSIONS:

Cell Hangman

Let Hangman
help you study
about cells

Cell Jeopardy
Game show
study tool
Cell Word

Scramble

Word Scramble
fun study tool
Flash Cards

Online flash cards
to study cells
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Measuring Liquid Volume Correctly
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T
9/25
3D Cell Model
and Research
due TH 9/27
d.
mitochondria
liberate
energy for
the work
that cells
do, and
chloroplasts
capture
sunlight
energy for
photosynthesis.
1. HW
2.
Cells Alive
Plant Cell
Animal Cell
Bacteria Cell
Mitosis
2. Compare Plant
and Animal Cells
Quiz
Read Write Think
Venn Diagram

3. Cell Research
Brainstorming
Using
bubbl.us

4. Yeast

5. Squid Research

GOAL:
Learn how to use
online graphic
organizers to
compare plant
and animal cells.

EXTENSIONS:

Fractals In Nature

Have fun with
math fractals:

cool math 4 kids

math fractals

Amazing Logical/
Mathematical
Designs at Dornob

Logical Turtle Game

Math Fractals
Games and more
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Yeast Close up
Yeast Close up

Bread Yeast Cells

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Photosynthesis/Cellular Respiration
W
9/26
3D Cell Model
and Research
due TH 9/27
a. cells function
similarly in
all living
organisms.
1.HW -
Back to School
Night
2.
Benchmark
Quiz 2
3. Respiration
in
Yeast Cells

GOAL:
Learn how
mitochondria in
yeast cells (and
in all living cells)
release energy
from sugar.

EXTENSIONS:

Cronodon
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BrainPOP: Respiration



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Th
9/27
Reading
Essentials
p. 1-24
d. construct
scale models,
maps and
appropriately
labeled
diagrams
to
communicate
scientific
knowledge
(e.g., motion
of Earth's
plates and
cell structure).
e.
communicate
the steps
and results
from an
investigation
in written
reports
and
verbal
presentations.
1. HW
2. Cell Model
Presentations
3. Squid; use
The Cephalopod
Page
and
Squid Dissection
Virtual Squid
Dissection
and many other squid
sites on the
World Wide Web
(www)

GOAL:
Learn how
to present
a 3D cell
model and
research
about the
cell.

EXTENSIONS:

TED Talks
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F
9/28

Substitute
Teacher out
Sick
Reading
Essentials
p.1-24
d. construct
scale models,
maps and
appropriately
labeled
diagrams
to
communicate
scientific
knowledge
(e.g., motion
of Earth's
plates and
cell structure).
e.
communicate
the steps
and results
from an
investigation
in written
reports
and
verbal
presentations.
1. HW
2. Cell Model
Presentations
3. Squid; use
The Cephalopod
Page
and Squid
Dissection
Virtual Squid
Dissection
and many
other squid
sites on the
World Wide Web
(www)
Sea and Sky

GOAL:
Learn how
to present
a 3D cell
model and
research
about the
cell.

EXTENSIONS:

TED Talks
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Week 7




M
10/1

Substitute
Teacher Out
Sick
Reading
Essentials
p.1-24
3 e. extinction
of a
species occurs
when the
environment
changes and
the adaptive
characteristics
of a species
are insufficient
for its survival.
1. Adaptations
Planet Earth:
Deep
Ocean

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Planet Earth: Deep Ocean
T
10/2
Study Notes
For
Benchmark Quiz
Water Sample
due Th 10/4
Cell Biology
1. All living
organisms
are composed
of cells, from
just one to
many trillions,
whose details
usually are
visible only
through a
microscope.
b. the
characteristics
that distinguish
plant cells
from animal
cells, including
chloroplasts
and cell walls.
e.
cells divide
to increase
their
numbers
through a
process of
mitosis,
which results
in two
daughter
cells with
identical
sets of
chromosomes.
7b. utilize a
variety of
print and
electronic
resources
(including
the World
Wide
Web) to
collect
information
as evidence
as part
of a
research
project.
1. HW
2. Cells Alive
Cell Biology - Cell
Models Prokaryotic
Eukaryotic Cells
Mitosis
Cell Cams
3. Create-a-Graph
Quiz
Pie Graph of
Cell Cycle
4. Benchmark
Review
5. Protists

Microcospy UK

6. Squid Research

Build a Squid

The Cephalopod
Page
and Squid
Dissection
Virtual Squid

Dissection
and many
other squid
sites on the
World Wide Web

GOAL:
Learn the differences
and similarities
between
prokaryotic and
eukaryotic cells.

EXTENSIONS:

Sea and Sky
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Measuring Liquid Volume Correctly
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Microcospy UK

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Squid Glow
W
10/3
Water Sample
due Th 10/4

1. HW
2. Benchmark Quiz
3. Cell Presentations
4. Introduction to
Protists Cells In
Local Water
Samples
Virtual Pond Dip

GOAL:
Learn to identify
protists in local
freshwater ponds
and rivers.

EXTENSIONS:

All About Protists

Courtesy Mic-uk/Youtube


Water Flea Playing With Volvox

Courtesy Mic-uk/Youtube


Protist Kingdom

Courtesy Mic-uk/Youtube


Malaria Protozoan

Virtual Pond Dip

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Th
10/4
Reading
Essentials
p.1-24
Squid Research
due 10/17
Cell Biology
1. All living
organisms
are composed
of cells, from
just one to
many trillions,
whose details
usually are
visible only
through a
microscope.
b. the
characteristics
that distinguish
plant cells
from animal
cells, including
chloroplasts
and cell walls.
1. HW
2. Protist Cells Lab

GOAL:
Learn to identify
protists in local
freshwater ponds
and rivers.

EXTENSIONS:

All About Protists

Courtesy Mic-uk/Youtube


Protozoan Binary Fission




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Pond Creature Identification Chart
F
10/5
Reading
Essentials
p.1-24
Squid Research
due 10/17
Cell Biology
1. All living
organisms
are composed
of cells, from
just one to
many trillions,
whose details
usually are
visible only
through a
microscope.
b. the
characteristics
that distinguish
plant cells
from animal
cells, including
chloroplasts
and cell walls.
Minimum Day
1. HW

2. Protist Quiz

GOAL:
Learn to identify
protists in local
freshwater ponds
and rivers.

EXTENSIONS:

Protists are
Eukaryotic

Virtual Maths

Low Carbon
Housing
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Rotifers - large protists we found in
water samples in Fillmore
image by marietta.edu

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Closterium - fresh water green alga we found in
water samples in Fillmore

image by freshwater life




Microbes in the News
Microbes in the News

Microbes In the News

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Virtual Maths

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Low Carbon Housing



Royalty Free Music Incomptech
Measuring Air Pollution
Bottle Biology
TED Lessons
DNA and Mutations

Performance Assessments in Science

Internet Sci Projects

CIESE Internet Sci Projects

COOL Classroom Oceans



Shelly's Spot

MS C k12 Foundation

LiveBinder Cell Theory

Math In Science

WoW of Science

Cronodon Programming