Honors Biology Semester 2

Daily Agenda:


Monday 6/8/15

Exams Hour 7/Make-ups


Friday 6/5/15

Exams Hours 5&6


Thursday 6/4/15

Exams Hours 3&4


Wednesday 6/3/15

Exams Hours 1&2


Tuesday 6/2/15


Objective: Review Ecology/Evolution


FTF: No FTF!


1. Go over Evolution Test Short Answers

2. Go over Evolution/Ecology exam Review

3. DNA Kahoot


Homework: Study for your exam!


Monday 6/1/15


Objective: Review genetics/DNa


FTF: No FTF!


1. Go over Ecology Test Multiple Choice

2. Go over Genetics exam Review

3. Mendelian/DNA Kahoot


Homework: Ecology/Evolution Review

Friday 5/29/15

Objective: Evaluate your understanding of ecology


FTF: No FTF! Take 5 minutes to study for your test


1. Test: Ecology

2. Exam Review: Genetics


Homework: Exam Review: Genetics



Thursday 5/28/15


Objective: Describe how invasive species can affect native populations.


FTF: No FTF!


1. Go over Ecology Test Review

2. Finish Invasive Species Projects-due before the end of the hour.

3. Study for your test over Ecology tomorrow.


Homework: Study for your Ecology test tomorrow


Wednesday 5/27/15

Objective: Describe how invasive species can affect native populations.


FTF: No FTF!


1. Work on Invasive Species Project-Due Thursday

2. Ecology Test Review-Due tomorrow/test Friday.


Homework: Finish Ecology Test Review


Tuesday 5/26/15


Objective: Describe how invasive species can affect native populations.


FTF: No FTF!


1. Work on Invasive Species Project-Due Thursday


Homework:


Monday 5/25/15

No School!


Friday 5/22/15

Objective: Describe how invasive species can affect native populations.


FTF: No FTF!


1. Work on Invasive Species Project-Due Thursday


Homework:


Thursday 5/21/15

Objective: Explain the influences that affect population growth.

Graph changes in population growth, given a data table.

Graph an example of exponential growth and show the population leveling off at carrying capacity.


FTF: No FTF!


1. Turn in your Crane Graph


2. Create a cartoon to illustrate how food supply can affect a population.

(label Density Dependent/Independent Factors, sketch a graph of how your population will change)


2. Introduce Invasive Species Project-Due Thursday 5/28.

3. Video: Invasive Species


Homework: Study for your quiz tomorrow over Populations!


Wednesday 5/20/15

Objective: Explain the influences that affect population growth.

Graph changes in population growth, given a data table.

Graph an example of exponential growth and show the population leveling off at carrying capacity.


FTF: How does the population of Zebra Mussels affect water clarity? How would this affect an ecosystem?



1. Cougar Hunt

2. Crane Graph


Homework: Finish Crane Graph


Tuesday 5/19/15


Objective: Explain the influences that affect population growth.

Graph changes in population growth, given a data table.

Graph an example of exponential growth and show the population leveling off at carrying capacity.


FTF: No FTF!


1. Go over Chapter 5 Notes Populations

Add this chart to your notes and fill it in with as many vocabulary words as you can!


Causes Population to increase










Causes Population to decrease












2. Go over Kaibab Graph



Homework: Study for your quiz over Populations


Monday 5/18/15


Objective: Explain the influences that affect population growth.

Graph changes in population growth, given a data table.

Graph an example of exponential growth and show the population leveling off at carrying capacity.


FTF: Give 3 examples of ways that abiotic factors can affect biodiversity.


1. Video Notes: Chapter 5 Populations

2. Graph: The Lesson of the Kaibab.


Homework: Finish Graph: The Lesson of the Kaibab.

Friday 5/15/15

Objective: Objective: Describe how ecosystems recover after a disturbance (succession).


FTF: No FTF! Take 5 minutes to study for your quiz.


1. Quiz: Chapter 4 Succession

2. Finish Abiotic Lab


Homework: Finish Data Table for Abiotic Lab


Thursday 5/14/15

Objective: Describe how ecosystems recover after a disturbance (succession).


FTF: How are primary and secondary succession different?


1. Go over Fire Article

2. Abiotic Lab


Homework: Study for your quiz tomorrow over Chapter 4 Succession.


Wednesday 5/13/15

Objective: Use a food web to identify and distinguish producers, consumers and decomposers and explain the transfer of energy through trophic levels.


FTF: No FTF! Take 5 minutes to study for your quiz


1. Segment 1 Quiz-Food Webs

2. Go over Ecological Pyramids Activity

3. Go over Eating at Lower Trophic Level

4. Ecology Chapter 4 Notes


Homework: Fire: A Blessing in Disguise


Tuesday 5/12/15


Objective: Use a food web to identify and distinguish producers, consumers and decomposers and explain the transfer of energy through trophic levels.


FTF: What do the arrows in a food web represent?


1. Bio accumulation Game

2. Ecological Pyramids Activity

3. Yellowstone Food Web: Wolf Wars

4. Eating at Lower Trophic Level


Homework: Finish Eating at a Lower Trophic Level/Study for quiz tomorrow over over Food Webs.


Monday 5/11/15

Objective: Use a food web to identify and distinguish producers, consumers and decomposers and explain the transfer of energy through trophic levels.


FTF: Draw a food web that contains 6 organisms that all live in a similar environment.


1. Go over Evolution Test

2. Go over Homework: Making a Food Web

3. Ecological Pyramids Activity #1-8


Homework: Finish Ecological Pyramids Activity #1-8


Friday 5/8/15

Objective: Use a food web to identify and distinguish producers, consumers and decomposers and explain the transfer of energy through trophic levels.


FTF: Compare and contrast communites and populations.


1. Cats into Borneo

2. Dory Story

3. Making a Food Web


Homework: Finish Making a Food Web


Thursday 5/7/15

Objective: Use a food web to identify and distinguish producers, consumers and decomposers and explain the transfer of energy through trophic levels.


FTF: Choose one organism. Describe it's habitat, niche and who it competes with.


1. Reading Guide Section 3-1 What is Ecology-fill in the note chart also!

2. Finish Planet Earth (keep filling your chart in!)


Homework: Finish 3-1 Reading Guide


Wednesday 5/6/15


Objective: Introduce concepts associated with Ecology.


FTF: No FTF!


1. Vocabulary Blocks: Copy the Chart below to a page in your notes (use a whole page-landscape).  

Define each term in 4 words or less. Leave space below your definition for examples

 Species    








 Niche Population Autotroph/Producer Heterotroph/Consumer
 Biotic Factors








 Abiotic Factors Habitat Competition Community


2. Video Planet Earth: Write examples of each of the vocabulary words you were given.


Homework: No Homework!


Tuesday 5/5/15


Objective: Evaluate your understanding of Evolution


FTF: No FTF! Take 5 minutes to study.


1. Test: Evolution


Homework: No Homework!

Monday 5/4/15


Objective: Review Evolution


FTF: List the steps of speciation.


1. Speciation Steps Practice

2. Play I have....who has

3. Go over Evolution Review


Homework: Study for your evolution test!


Friday 5/1/15

Hours 5,6,7 only


Objective: Explain why scientists classify species.


FTF: No FTF!


1. Work on Taxonomy Project-due Monday

2. Work on Evolution Study Guide -Due Monday


Homework: Finish Taxonomy Project and Test Review-both due Monday!


Thursday 4/30/15

Objective: Explain why scientists classify species.


FTF: No FTF!


1. Work on Taxonomy Project


Homework: Project Due Monday. Test on Tuesday 5/5


Wednesday 4/29/15

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/new-species-costa-rican-glass-frog-bears-resemblance-kermit/


Objective: Explain why scientists classify species.


FTF: No FTF! Take 5 minutes to study for your quiz


1. Quiz: Chapter 18 Classification

2. Work on your Taxonomy Project


Homework: Project Due Monday. Test on Tuesday 5/5


Tuesday 4/28/15


Objective: Explain why scientists classify species.


FTF: The scientific name for a black bear is Ursus americanus. Which part of the name is more specific and which is more general?


1. Go over Natural Selection at Work Natural Selection at Work (Flies)

2. Finish Chapter 18 Notes

3. Start Classification Project-Due Friday


Homework: Read over your chapter 18 notes-Chapter 18 quiz is on Wednesday!


Monday 4/27/15


Objective: Describe how a population can evolve into more than one species.


FTF: No FTF! Take 5 minutes to study for your quiz


1. Chapter 16 quiz-Speciation

2. Turn in Wollybooger lab analysis questions

3. No Where to Hide (Bugs/Industrial Melanism)

4. Chapter 18 Notes


Homework: Natural Selection at Work (Flies) Chapter 18 Quiz on Wednesday!


Friday 4/24/15


Objective: Describe how a population can evolve into more than one species.


FTF: What happens to beneficial mutations in a population? What happens to harmful mutations?


If you could only watch one movie for the rest of your life, what would it be?


1. Finish Chapter 16/17 Notes

3. Wollybooger Lab


Homework: Finish Wollybooger Lab analysis questions/study for quiz on Monday


Thursday 4/23/15


Objective: Describe how a population can evolve into more than one species.


FTF: Define gene pool. Give 2 examples of a gene pool in a specific species.


1. Finish Chapter 16/17 Notes


Homework: Natural Selection at Work-flies


Wednesday 4/22/15


Objective: Describe how a population can evolve into more than one species.


FTF: No FTF!


1. Finish the Chapter 17 reading guide and turn in before you leave.


Homework: No Homework!


Tuesday 4/21/15


Objective: Explain, using examples, how the fossil record, comparative anatomy and other evidence support the theory of evolution.


FTF: No FTF!


1. Play the Darwin Game

2. If you have extra time: natural selection game

3. Chapter 16/17 Notes


Homework: Read over your Chapter 16 Notes-Quiz on Friday.


Monday 4/20/15

Objective: Explain, using examples, how the fossil record, comparative anatomy and other evidence support the theory of evolution.


FTF: No FTF! Take 5 minutes to study for your quiz


1. Quiz-Chaper 15

2. Finish Chapter 15 Notes

3. Play the Darwin Game

4. If you have extra time: natural selection game


Homework: Finish Darwin Game if you didn't in class.


Friday 4/17/15

Objective: Explain, using examples, how the fossil record, comparative anatomy and other evidence support the theory of evolution.


FTF: No FTF!


1. Finish Chapter 15 Notes

2. Same Creature Different Feature

Homework: Study for your quiz on Monday over Chapter 15.


Thursday 4/16/15

Objective: Describe the four major pieces of evidence for Darwin's theory of evolution.

FTF: No FTF!


1. Let me know your height in cm-we will use it later in this unit!

2. Go over Evolution Rules

3. Evolution Misconceptions Video

4. Start Chapter 15 Notes


Homework: Read your chapter 15 notes over-Quiz on Monday!


Wednesday 4/15/15


Objective: Describe the four major pieces of evidence for Darwin's theory of evolution.


FTF: What thoughts/ideas/questions do you already have about evolution?


1. Cube Activity (before you leave measure your height in cm)

2. Evolution Misconceptions Video

3. Go over Evolution Rules

4. Start Chapter 15 Notes


Homework: Homework-read your chapter 15 notes over.


Tuesday 4/14/15


Objective: Introduce how Darwin researched his theory of Evolution


FTF: List 3 pieces of evidence that Darwin discovered in the Galapagos.


1. Finish What Darwin Never Knew https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOHzY1fuOz4


Homework: No Homework!


Monday 4/13/15


Objective: Introduce how Darwin researched his theory of Evolution


FTF: No FTF!


1. What Darwin Never Knew https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOHzY1fuOz4


Homework: No Homework!


Friday 4/3/15

No School!



Thursday 4/2/15

Half Day (Hours 1-4 only)



Wednesday 4/1/15


Objective: Describe pros and cons of genetic engineering.


FTF: No FTF!


1. Socrative FTF Quiz

2. Finish GATTACA

3. Go over DNA Test Multiple Choice Portion


Homework: Finish GATTACA Analysis Questions-due Monday when you get back!



Tuesday 3/31/15

Objective:


FTF: No FTF!


1. GATTACA


Homework: No Homework!


Monday 3/30/15

Objective:


FTF: No FTF!


1. GATTACA


Homework: No Homework!

Friday 3/27/15

Objective:

FTF: No FTF! Take 5 minutes to study for your quiz


1. Test: Unit 2 DNA

2.

Homework:



Thursday 3/26/15

Objective: Review concepts associated with DNA


FTF: No FTF!


1. Socrative Mutations Practice Quiz

2. Go over Study Guide-DNA

3. Go over Structure/Replication/Protein Synthesis Quizzes


Homework: Study for your test over DNA



Wednesday 3/25/15


Objective: Describe how mutations can affect living things.


FTF: Draw an original strand (master) of DNA with 9 nucleotides (you pick!). Then mutate that original strand 3 times to demonstrate the 3 types of point mutations.


1. Finish Mutations Notes-Graphic Organizer

2. Go over homework

3. Mutation Acting-in hallway

4. Socrative Mutations Practice Quiz


Homework: Unit 2 DNA Study Guide

Tuesday 3/24/15


Objective: Describe how mutations can affect living things.


FTF: Where do our mutations come from and how can they affect us?


1. Notes: Mutations

2. Mutation Acting

3. Practice: How DNA controls the workings of the cell


Homework: Finish How DNA controls the workings of the cell

Test on Friday over Molecular Genetics!


Monday 3/23/15


Objective: Evaluate your understanding of Protein Synthesis


FTF: No FTF! Take 5 minutes to study for your quiz


1. Protein Synthesis Bingo

2. Quiz: Protein Synthesis

3. Start Notes: Mutations


Homework: Test on Friday over Molecular Genetics!


Friday 3/20/15


Objective: Describe the process of Protein Synthesis (Transcription and Translation)


FTF: Describe the central dogma of genetics.


1. Go over Homework Transcription and Translation Summary

2. Finish Protein Synthesis Notes

3. Socrative Quiz: Transcription and Translation

4. Protein Synthesis Pictures


Homework: Study for your quiz over Transcription and Translation on Monday!



Thursday 3/19/15

Objective: Describe the process of Protein Synthesis (Translation)


FTF: Compare and contrast DNA and RNA.

(Write it out-no charts!)


1. Finish notes: Translation

2. Protein Synthesis Steps Sorting

3. Transcription and Translation Summary


Homework: Finish Transcription and Translation Summary




Wednesday 3/18/15

Objective: Describe the process of Protein Synthesis (Transcription)


FTF: What is the function of a ribosome?


1. Notes: Transcription

2. Transcription and Translation Summary-Transcribe the mRNA only


Homework: Transcription and Translation Summary-Transcribe the mRNA only




Tuesday 3/17/15


Objective: Evaluate your understanding of DNA Replication.


FTF: What can we use DNA fingerprinting results for?


1. Go over DNA Fingerprinting

2. Quiz: DNA Replication

3. Update Portfolios-Go over Mendel Test Short Answer

4. Notes: Transcription


Homework: Quiz on Friday over Protein Synthesis


Monday 3/16/15

Objective: Describe how DNA is replicated.


FTF: Why is DNA replication important for cellular division?


1. Turn in Pop Bead Lab from Friday

2. Go over Short Answer from your Mendel Test

3. DNA Fingerprinting


Homework: Finish DNA Fingerprinting/Study for your quiz tomorrow over DNA Replication



Friday 3/13/15

Objective: Evaluate your understanding of the structure of DNA.


FTF: No FTF! Take 5 minutes to study for your quiz.


1. Quiz: DNA Structure

2. DNA Pop Bead Lab


Homework: Finish your Pop Bead Lab-Due on Monday!


Thursday 3/12/15

Objective: Describe how DNA is replicated.


FTF: Compare and contrast a leading strand and a lagging strand.


(If you missed the notes yesterday I can go over replication with you today or tomorrow after school)


1. Turn in Building a DNA Model.

2. Go over 12-2 Reading Guide/Replication Questions

3. Finish DNA Replication Notes

4. Study for your quiz tomorrow over structure of DNA


Homework: Study for you quiz tomorrow over DNA Structure


Wednesday 3/11/15

Objective: Describe how DNA is replicated.


FTF: One side of a DNA molecule has the following sequence of nucleotides; AGGCTATACG. What is the sequence of the complementary strand?


1. Finish DNA replication notes

2. Replication Acting

3. Go over 12-2


Homework: DNA Replication Questions


Tuesday 3/10/15


Objective: Describe the structure of DNA. Describe how DNA is replicated.


FTF: List the following in order from smallest to largest; DNA, Nucleus, Nucleotide, Cell, Chromosome


1. 12-2 Reading Guide

2. Work on Building a DNA Molecule-Due Thursday

3. Start DNA Replication Notes


Homework: Finish 12-2 Reading Guide-Work on Building DNA Molecule-Due Thursday.


Monday 3/9/15


Objective: Describe the structure of DNA.


FTF: No FTF! (Grab a Laptop and log on)


1. Finish DNA Structure Notes

2. Go to google classroom. Class Code-vmvqufq

3. Correct 12-1 DNA Reading Guide

4. Scientist Graphic Organizer

5. Start Building a DNA Molecule-Due Thursday.


Homework: Work on Building a DNA Molecule-Due Thursday


Friday 3/6/15

Objective: Extract DNA from your cheek cells! Describe the structure of a DNA molecule.


FTF: Where is DNA found in Eukaryotic cells?


Mac and Cheese or Shells and Cheese-what's the best? (Please don't write this question)



1. DNA Extraction Lab

2. Start Working on 12-1 Reading Guide


Homework: 12-1 Reading Guide-Due Monday!



Thursday 3/5/15

Objective: Describe how the structure of DNA was discovered.


FTF: No FTF! Take the Socrative FTF Quiz!


1. FTF Quiz-Socrative

2. Go over Test-Multiple Choice (I will get the short answer back to you next week)

3. Go over photo finish from yesterday

4. Start DNA Structure Notes


Homework: No Homework!



Wednesday 3/4/15

Testing-Hours 4,5,6,7 only!


Objective: Describe how the structure of DNA was discovered.


FTF: No FTF! FTF Quiz will be on Thursday (so gather them all together!)


1. 10 minute research-find out all that you can about how DNA was discovered.

(who, where, when, how)

2. Reading Activity; Discovery of DNA-A Photo Finish


Homework: Finish Discovery of DNA-A Photo Finish-due Thursday!



Tuesday 3/3/15

Testing-Hours 1,2,3 only!


Monday 3/2/15

No School-Mid Winter Break!



Friday 2/27/15

No School-Mid Winter Break!




Thursday 2/26/15

Objective: Evaluate your understanding of Mendelian Genetics


FTF: No FTF! Take 5 minutes to study for your test


1. Test: Mendelian Genetics

2.


Homework:


Wednesday 2/25/15

Objective: Review Mendelian Genetics


FTF: In the pedigree below; which individuals are carriers of this trait? Is the trait sex-linked or autosomal?


Here's an easy and quick review of pedigrees

http://www.slideshare.net/jcott5/pedigree-charts-11450847


1. Go over study guide

2. Go over Mendelian Review: All Inheritance Types

3. Study for your test tomorrow!


Homework: Study for your test on Thursday!


Tuesday 2/24/15


Objective: Create and read a pedigree. Review Mendelian Genetics


FTF: Create the following pedigree. Two normal parents have 6 children; 2 boys and 4 girls. Of the children the first 2 girls are affected with a disorder.


1. Turn in Pedigree practice from Thursday

2. Mendelian Review-All Inheritance Types


Homework: Finish Mendelian Review-All Inheritance Types Test on Thursday!


Monday 2/23/15


Objective: Review Mendelian Genetics


FTF: No FTF!


1. Study Guide


Homework: Finish Study Guide

Friday 2/20/15

No School-Snow Day!



Thursday 2/19/15

Objective: Describe different types of genetic technology, create and read a pedigree.


FTF: Why do polygenic traits result in so many different phenotypes?


1. Turn in your superhero!

2. Go over notes from Wednesday.

3. Go over Pedigree worksheet from Wednesday

4. Start Pedigree Practice.


Homework: Pedigree Practice Project-due Monday!



Wednesday 2/18/15


Objective:


FTF: No FTF!


1. Sub Today-turn in superhero on Thursday!

2. Notes: Genetic Technology/Pedigrees

3. Pedigree Worksheet


Homework: Pedigree Worksheet



Tuesday 2/17/15


Objective: Describe why some traits display multiple forms.


FTF: Cross a colorblind male with a carrier female.


1. Notes: Polygenic traits

2. Variations on a Human Face-turn in when you are finished!


Homework: Finish your superhero-due Wednesday


Monday 2/16/15


Objective: Determine the outcome of a cross using multiple types of inheritance.


FTF: Why are sex-linked traits more commonly expressed in males?


1. Go over Homework: Who gets the Money?

2. Start Super hero-Due on Wednesday.


Homework: Work on your superhero





Friday 2/13/15

Objective: Determine the genotype and phenotype for a monoyhybrid cross using multiple types of inheritance.


FTF: Describe the difference between complete/incomplete and codominance.


1. Go over your HW

2. Colorblindness test http://cataract-surgery.info/colour_blindness_test.html

3. Play-Is this man the father?

4. Who gets the Money?


Homework: Finish Who gets the Money?


Thursday 2/12/15

Objective: Determine the genotype and phenotype for a monoyhybrid cross using multiple types of inheritance.


FTF: Using incomplee dominance Cross a Homozygous Blue Flower with a Heterozygous green flower.


1. Go over homework 1-13 Socrative Quiz

2. Notes: Sex linked Traits, Blood Types, Polygenic

3. Complete/Incomplete/Codominance 14-16


Homework: Sex Linked and Blood Typing Practice


Wednesday 2/11/15

Objective: Determine the genotype and phenotype for a dihybrid cross using complete dominance.


FTF: No FTF! Take 5 minutes to study for your quiz.


1. Dihybrid Quiz

2. Notes: Incomplete and Codominance

3. Complete/Incomplete/Codominance Practice


Homework: Complete/Incomplete/Codominance Practice 1-13


Tuesday 2/10/15


Objective: Determine the genotype and phenotype for a dihybrid cross using complete dominance.


FTF: In a species of fish, blue scales are dominant to green and small fins are dominant to large. Cross a Heterozygous blue fish with large fins, with a green fish with hybrid small fins.


1. Go over Dihybrid Practice Problems

2. More Dihybrid Practice


Homework: Study for your quiz tomorrow over Dihybrid Crosses


Monday 2/9/15


Objective: Determine the genotype and phenotype for a monohybrid cross using complete dominance.


FTF: No FTF! Take 5 minutes to study for your quiz!


1. Quiz: Monohybrid Crosses

2. Notes: Dihybrid Crosses

3. Don't forget to turn your data exercise in!


Homework: Dihybrid Practice

Friday 2/6/15

Objective: Determine the genotype and phenotype for a monohybrid cross using complete dominance.


FTF: No FTF!


1. Go over Data Exercise-what's the best way to present patterns in your data?

2. Go over Genetics Practice Problems

3. Kozian Genetics-Hairy Knuckles!

4. Gene/Allele/Trait Activity


Homework: Finish Data Exercise-study for quiz on Monday!




Thursday 2/5/15

Objective: Determine the genotype and phenotype for a monohybrid cross using complete dominance.


FTF: Fill in a Punnett square with a cross between TT and tt (T=tall and t=short)


1. Notes: Introduction to genetics

2. Genetics Practice Problems


Homework: Genetics Practice Problems



Wednesday 2/4/15


Objective: Gather and analyze data. Present data in tables and graphs.

Determine the genotype and phenotype for a monohybrid cross using complete dominance.


FTF: How can two grey rabbits have white offspring?


1. Finish Data collection-Data Exercise is due on Friday!

2. Human Genetics Survey-which traits are dominant and recessive?

3. Start Notes: Introduction to genetics


Homework: Work on your Data Exercise-due Friday!



Tuesday 2/3/15


Objective: Gather and analyze data. Present data in tables and graphs.


FTF: What is wrong with this graph?

1. Notes: Data Tables/Graphing rules-TAILS!

3. Start Data Exercise


Homework: Work on your Data Exercise-Due Friday


Monday 2/2/15

Snow Day!



Friday 1/30/15

Objective: Introduction to common viral diseases


FTF: No FTF!


1. On 3x5 card-write your name and what you want to take next year

2. Finish Video: Calling the Shots

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/body/vaccines-calling-shots.html

3. Notes: Viral Disease/Vaccines


Homework: Brainstorm-which viral disease do you want to research?


Thursday 1/29/15

No School Snow Day!



Wednesday 1/28/15

Objective: Introduction to common viral diseases


FTF: No FTF!


1. Discuss class options for next year. What do you want to take?

2. Finish Video: Calling the Shots

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/body/vaccines-calling-shots.html



Homework: No Homework!


Tuesday 1/27/15


Objective: Build a human Karyotype and analyze what you see.


FTF: Describe Turners and Klinefelter's syndrome. (pg. 353)

(Get out your phones while we are doing FTF)


1. Finish Karyotype Activity

2. Start Video: Calling the Shots

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/body/vaccines-calling-shots.html


Homework: Get signed up for remind 101, download Socrative!

Monday 1/26/15


Objective: Build a human Karyotype and analyze what you see.


FTF: What can you tell me about this karyotype?



1. Husky Pride discussion

2. Karyotype Activity-with a partner


Homework: