Students have been studying Heredity, Genetics, and Reproduction. There will be a unit post-test this Tuesday, Dec. 18th. Students will be allowed to use their notes from their Interactive notebooks (IAN). Students may want to review the attached power point presentations to assist in their review process.
Genetics vocab study guide-2mt1qpn
sexual_asexual reproduction power point-2i16vio
Genetics Study Guide-z6tsxi
Students have continued learning about heredity and genetics this week. We have focused on DNA, genes, traits, reproduction and making predictions using Punnett squares this week.
We will have a vocabulary quiz on Monday covering the following terms: DNA, phenotype, genotype, heredity, dominant, recessive, nucleotide, mutation, RNA, ribosome, and meiosis.
This week we have begun learning about how our traits are inherited. Students have begun learning new vocabulary such as DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), genes, alleles, genotype, phenotype, dominant and recessive traits. We will continue to study, learn, and use the words on the attached list.
Post-test is 11/16/18
Study Guide Human Body Systems study guide-vlsn1l
We have learned an overview of the Body Systems last week and this week with the understanding that the systems work together. Below is some information for review. Students have also been writing/keeping a medical dictionary of terms and definitions in class.Body systems notes and fun facts-1fcryho
http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/services/search-results?query=human%20body Use the link to study the circulatory, nervous, muscular, skeletal, endocrine, integumentary, excretory, immune and digestive systems.
Students are learning about the Human Body Systems during the weeks of 11-5-18 and 11-12-18. Posted are the notes from the power point we looked at in class on Friday, 11/2.
2018-Cellular-Transport_Only-Passive-1ui5xdy Active Transport notes 10-4-18-1thnep8
This week students have been learning about both Passive and Active Transport and cell processes. Attached, please find the notes that we have been using/copying in class.
As we are all preparing for a well deserved week off, it is important to keep in mind that the end of the 1st Quarter is quickly approaching. On October 10th, the first Quarter will end, grades will be finalized, and report cards will be available soon after. If your student has any missing assignments, they must be made up by Friday, October 5th. Thank you, and have a great fall break!