Human Body Field Trip

Field Trip Checklist

Report to homeroom like a normal school day

There is no need to bring your book bag or agenda tomorrow IF you are going on the field trip.
If you are staying at school, please bring all of your materials including your agenda.

♦Draw string bags are permissible and strongly recommended!

♦Bring a sack lunch if you did not purchase a school lunch.
(You can throw the bag away when you are done, and it is less for you to carry!)

♦NO drinks without cap lids!!!

♦Phones & headphones are permitted on the BUS ONLY!
(Per Bodies Exhibit Policy: You may not use your phone during any of the exhibits)

♦Remember to bring a PENCIL!

12/11/18 and 12/12/18

Warm-up: How is your genotype different than your phenotype?

What is the human genome project?

Learning Target: Why do you look the way you do?

AC Science: Today we started our compare and contrast paper on the Human Genome and the cure for Polio

All classes: Today we turned the lab titled ” Journey to Human Variation ”

7th Grade Holiday Event

Our 7th Grade Holiday Party will be on Friday, December 21st. We will have a variety of activities set up for your enjoyment.

FOOD DONATIONS

We are hoping to provide every student with a salty snack, a sweet snack, and a drink. If your parents have not had the opportunity to sign up for food/drink donations, we invite them to use our Signup Genius link at the bottom of this page to help ensure this goal is met. Items should be delivered to Mr. B or Ms. Cera by December 19th.

ACTIVITIES TO CHOOSE FROM

While we have a variety of activities to choose from, we have to decide ahead of time who does what. Each student should consider and sign up for his/her top four preferences using the link below. Use the list below to talk with your friends and decide what you want to do. The link will start accepting responses on Wednesday, December 12th at 7:00 AM. Space for each activity is limited, so the activities are filled based on who signed up first.

Students MAY NOT make changes to their selections. Please make sure you sign-up for the activities you really want to do during the event.

The sign-up will close at midnight on Friday night (December 14th). All students who have not signed up at that time will be assigned a location based on available space.

ACTIVITIES OFFERED

The numbers in parenthesis indicate the maximum number for each session.

* PE Games in the Gym (50)

* Reindeer Games in the STEM Lab (35)

* Holiday Trivia Games (25)

* Puzzles and Games (25)

* Crafting:

o Snowman Creation (25)

o Holiday Crafts (20)

* Movie

o Incredibles 2 (25)

o Grinch (25)

o Disney’s Christmas Carol (25)

o A Christmas Story (25)

o Polar Express (25)

o Elf (25)

o Home Alone (25)

o Anime Movies (25)

Food Donations: http://bit.ly/mclure7

Activity Sign Up: http://bit.ly/activity7

12/7/18 and 12/10/18

Warm-up:Is the ability to run fast genetic, environmental or both?

Explain the function of the ribosome,ER, nucleus

Learning Target: Why do you look the way you do?

AC Science: Interactive notebook is due on Monday

All classes: Today we worked on the lab titled ” Journey to Human Variation ”

2018-2019 7th Grade Holiday Party

Please help us make our 7th grade holiday event successful!  We are planning a variety of events for the students to participate in: games in the gym and STEM lab, movies, and more!

We are asking for donations of food items so we can provide our students with a drink, sweet snack, & salty snack.

Please use the link below to sign up for items to donate in order to help us make this event a success. All donations should be given to Mr. B or Ms. Cera by December 19th.

Food donation link: http://bit.ly/mclure7

12/5/18 and 12/6/18

Warm-up:Give an example of a trait.

How does a white blood cell keep you alive?

Learning Target: Why do you look the way you do?

AC Science: Interactive notebook is due on Monday

All classes: New vocabulary and we completed our Inventory of Traits Lab and Graph

 

12/3/18 and 12/4/18

Warm-up: Identify the independent and dependent variables.

In an experiment you dropped a ruler with your left and right hand and measured the distance the ruler fell.

Learning Target: How do the body systems work together to keep you alive?

Agenda: Today we watched Osmosis Jones and answered questions about the movie.

11/26 and 11/27 and 11/28

Warm-up: How does the integumentary system keep you alive?

Which two systems work together to deliver oxygen to all cells?

Write the formula for cellular respiration.

Learning Target: How do the body systems work together to keep you alive?

Agenda: Today we finished our writing assignment covering the digestive system

We will have our human body test this Friday.

Answer Key 1-50 Human Body Review

Start preparing with these review games

http://join.quizzizz.com

enter code 279785

Skeletal muscular integumentary quizlet

digestive respiratory cardiovascular quizlet

You can start preparing for the test with these videos.

11/14/18

Warm-up: How are the endocrine and nervous the same and different?

Learning Target: How do the body systems work together to keep you alive?

Agenda: AC Science Today we completed a reflex lab.

Science Today we completed a reflex lab

11/12

Warm-up: Describe the path of food through the digestive tract.

Who was Terry Fox

Learning Target: How do the body systems work together to keep you alive?

Agenda: Monday:AC Today we worked on our STEM project report. ( The history and future of prosthetic limbs)

Tuesday: Today we completed a graphic organizer for the 11 body systems.

Science We completed a Gizmo on digestion and played Legends of Learning

We learned about the two communication systems. The endocrine which sends chemical signals and the nervous system which sends electrical signals.

Terry Fox