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Today's Class Work

Term 2

1/14

Demonstration

Virtual Muscles

1. http://www.ikonet.com/en/health/virtual-human-body/virtualhumanbody.php

2. Muscle Threshold

3. Heart

4. Virtual Muscles

5. Do you know your muscles?

Bone Structure

http://glencoe.mheducation.com/sites/dl/free/0078695104/161752/00053415.html

How Joints Work

http://glencoe.mheducation.com/sites/dl/free/0078695104/161752/00053414.html

Term 1

11/12

Video: Transport Across Membranes (by Cerebellum) - reinforce Apricot lab (osmosis) and air freshner (diffusion)

Begin: The Great Carrot Mystery (Lab)

11/11 Veteran's Day

11/10

Compound Travel: Observe what happened to the apricot and the water

Cell organelle function/location pre-test

Begin: Reading (page 32) and Cell in its Environment Guided Reading and Study

11/9

Video: Matter and its Properties

Finish Chemical Compounds Review (Guided Reading and Study)

Compound Travel: Take measurements of your apricot (many compounds) before placing water

(one compound made of two elements: hydrogen and water) on it to sit overnight.

11/6

Create a Graph practice using Chip Fat data (use of Computer Lab)

11/4

Instruction: Include your name in the Source field when making your graph for your experiment in Create a Graph (see Schoology)Video: Organelle review, Discovery, Inside Cells

Review Chemical Compounds in Cells

Work on Chip Fat graph and conclusion

11/2

Graph fat (compound) in chips

Chemical Compounds in Cells

10/30

Read Compounds in Cells

Place Chip on Grid for fat analysis on Monday

Write Chip Fat experiment in science notebooks

10/29

Review Looking inside Cells

Cell Compounds Lab Preparation (fats/lipids): Draw 6cm X 6cm square, paper bag

10/28

YouTube: Introduction to Cells

Powermylearning.org - Cell Quiz

Work on Looking Inside Cells worksheet packet

10/27

Reivew Discovering Cells worksheet packet

Work on cell factory

10/26

Cell Craft

Click on Cell Craft and then choose Cellcraft Carolina

CellCraft is a state of the art game that invites students to delve into the world of the cell, learning about how a cell functions while helping it survive in hostile environments a variety of cellular organelles, while going through an entertaining story guided by Platypus scientists in need of help. The game encourages students to balance resources and grow a robust cell in order to fight off cold, starvation, and viruses. Can you use your cellular knowledge to grow a super cell and save the Platypus species? Find out by mastering the art of CellCraft!

10/23

Experiment Comment (post on Schoology)

Start working on Procedure (Schoology)

Cell Factory