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Weekly Activities
    and Topics for
      2015-2016
Subject to change, depending on how far we get each week. 
 

Date

Regents

(periods 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 6-7)

Week of
August 31
 class requirements; lab safety; safety contract; 
 

Week of Sept. 7

 reading comprehension skills; characteristics of life; worksheets on life processes; book distribution; mealworm lab;  baseline test

Week of Sept. 14

mealworm lab; metric measurement; metric lab; graphing; 

 

Week of

Sept. 21 

 Finish mealworm lab; another metric lab; quick quiz on mealworm and metric labs; Scientific method;  assignments in yellow booklet on scientific method;

 

 

Week of       

Sept 28

scientific method (yellow booklet); lab on scientific method; test on scientific method;   text assignment on pH;  text assignment on carbon compounds; carbohydrate notes;  practice sheets; 

 

Week of       
Oct. 5
pH lab; chemistry of carbohydrates lab; indicator tests;  quiz on carbohydrate chemistry, pH. 

 

Week of

 Oct. 12

collect data for soil lab; protein and lipid notes and  worksheet;  enzyme notes from powerpoint; practice regents questions; 

Week of   

Oct. 20

more on enzymes; enzyme lab;  test on enzymes and nutrients;
 symbiosis

Week of

Oct. 27

start ecology; ecosystems homework  to do with review book; energy flow through ecosystem; 

Week of   
Nov. 2

First Quarter Exam on Wednesday. Finish soil ecology lab; levels of organization notes; competition in same niches; symbiosis

Week of   

Nov. 9

notes on succession, biomes,predator-prey interactions, test on basic ecology

Week of   

Nov.16

 quick quiz on succession and biomes;population dynamics; quiz; ecological cycles

Week

of   

Nov.23

ecological cycles continued; human impact/environmental issues; 

Week

of   

Nov. 30

finish human impact on environment/cycles; endangered species; test on human impact/cycles and endangered species ;shark lab;
 
Week of
Dec. 7
classification; microscope use;  microscope techniques lab; 

Week

of   

Dec.15

 measuring through the microscope; microscope quiz; cell theory; cell parts and functions;  review; onion lab; test on cells; 
  

Week

of   

Dec 22

notes on transport across cell membrane; diffusion worksheet; active transport; compare active transport with diffusion and osmosis;State lab on osmosis; 
    

Week

of Jan. 4

state lab on diffusion; review transport across the cell membrane; quiz on state labs about transport across the cell membrane

 

 

Week

of   

Jan. 11

leaf structure and function; leaf lab;photosynthesis notes; chromatography lab;photosynthesis homework (to do with text);  review for midterm exam;

Week

of  Jan.18

state lab on muscle fatigue; cellular respiration; cellular respiration notes; homework on cell respiration; practice regents questions; review for midterm exam 

Midterm Exam:
Week of Jan 25
 period 1 - Tues., Jan. 26
  period 4 - Tues., Jan. 26
  period 5 -  Wed., Jan. 27 
 period 7 - Tues., Jan. 26
 

Week of

Feb.1

finish cellular respiration; test on cellular respiration;
How Cells Know When to Divide lab 

Weeks of

Feb. 8 and 22

mitosis notes and review sheets; Mitosis Lab; quiz on mitosis;  meiosis notes; worksheet comparing meiosis and mitosis; asexual reproduction;  protist labs;

 

Week of Feb. 29
human reproductive systems; menstrual cycle;
menstrual cycle lab 

Week of

March 6

development notes and lab; twins;test on reproduction and development;

Week of

March 14

 flower reproduction; flower lab; seed lab

 

Week of
March 28
DNA; DNA replication; RNA; Third quarter exam on Friday; review for exam; make-up reproduction test on Thursday or Friday (depends on when the double period comes out)  

Week of

April 4

 
protein synthesis; protein synthesis lab; 

 

Week of

April 11
mutations; mutation lab; hereditary  disorders; genetic  engineering; selective breeding; environmental effects on gene expression; genetics test
 

  

Week of
April 18

  Heterotroph hypothesis;  evidence for evolution; lab on evidence for evolution; quiz on heterotroph hypothesis and evidence for evolution

 

 

Week of
April 25

 Darwin vs. Lamark; quiz on evolution; State lab on Bird Beaks; 

  

Week of

May 2

 modern theories of evolution;   quiz on evolution;
 state required lab on biodiversity

Week of

May 9

 finish state required lab on biodiversity; start digestive system

Week of

May 16

digestive system;circulatory system;  state lab on heart rate and exercise;   regents review

 

 

 

Week of

May 23

 respiratory system; mechanics of breathing; excretory system; Homeostasis in the body (nervous/endocrine systems); regents review; immunity

 

 

Week of
June 1

 more on immunity; More Regents review; all books must be returned to bookroom on _____,June___(We have an appointment with the bookroom). regents review

Week of June 8

regents review; return textbook/review book to bookroom on June ___

 

Regents 
Exam:

 
    Bring blue or black ink pens, #2 pencils, erasers, photo ID;
DO NOT bring electronic devices;
text and review books MUST be returned to bookroom on June _____
Room Assignments:
 
period 1- 
period 4- 
period 5 -
period 7 -

 

 

 

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 Last updated on Feb. 12, 2016

 

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