Textbook Access

Try this link to log in for textbook (if you get logged in but can’t get the pages to show up, you probably need to unblock pop-ups.  The textbook pages are pop-ups.)

http://www.hmhco.com/api/external-sso/access?sp=ed&connection=GA-Cobb-00209531&t=v

 

 

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Friday, Sept 18 5th, 6th, and 7th periods

Students turned in the SG 11-14 today.  Grades will be in CTLS and Synergy/Studentvue/Parentvue very soon.

Cell City with scaffolding for project

Students worked with the teacher to complete the first page of this document, which compares the organelles in a cell to parts of a city.  Then, in preparation for a project they will work on next week, they did the second page, in which they picked their own organization, (castle, football team, amusement park, school, etc.)  and compared the organelles of a cell to the parts of that organization.  Specific directions for the project will be given at the beginning of next week.

Thursday, Sept 17, 3rd and 4th periods

Students turned in the SG 11-14 today.  Grades will be in CTLS and Synergy/Studentvue/Parentvue very soon.

Cell City with scaffolding for project

Students worked with the teacher to complete the first page of this document, which compares the organelles in a cell to parts of a city.  Then, in preparation for a project they will work on next week, they did the second page, in which they picked their own organization, (castle, football team, amusement park, school, etc.)  and compared the organelles of a cell to the parts of that organization.  Specific directions for the project will be given at the beginning of next week.

Tuesday, Sept 15, 5th, 6th, and 7th periods

Today students had time in class to work on SG questions 11-14, which are due by class time on Friday.

SG Questions 11-14, ,Cell Structure and Function

 

There will be a quiz next Wed., Sept 23.  Here’s what you need to know:

Know these definitions (number in parentheses indicates the SG question in which you can find this information) 

Cell (6) 

Prokaryotic (10) 

Eukaryotic (10) 

Organelles ((9) 

Cytoplasm (9) 

Cell membrane (9) 

Nucleus (11) 

Mitochondria (12) 

Chloroplast (13) 

Cell wall (13) 

Lysosome (14) 

 

Also know the 5 characteristics of all living things (1) 

And the 3 things true of all cells, which is called the cell theory ((8)

Monday, Sept 14 for 3rd and 4th Periods

SG Questions 11-14 are due before you come to class on Thursday. SG 11-14

You have a quiz next Wednesday  Here is what you need to study:

How to study for your Sept 23 Quiz: 

Know these definitions (number in parentheses indicates the SG question in which you can find this information) 

Cell (6) 

Prokaryotic (10) 

Eukaryotic (10) 

Organelles ((9) 

Cytoplasm (9) 

Cell membrane (9) 

Nucleus (11) 

Mitochondria (12) 

Chloroplast (13) 

Cell wall (13) 

Lysosome (14) 

 

Also know the 5 characteristics of all living things (1) 

And the 3 things true of all cells, which is called the cell theory ((8) 

 

 

Friday, Sept 11 5th 6th and 7th periods

SG Questions 6-10 were due before class today.  You should be able to tell in CTLS if you’ve submitted these, and they might even be graded!  SG Questions 6-10, Char of Cells

Before Monday’s class, please read in your textbook pages 102-106.  As you read, mark the function of these cell parts:  mitochondria, cell wall, chloroplasts, and lysosomes.

Thursday, Sept 10 3rd and 4th periods

SG Questions 6-10 were due before class today.  You should be able to tell in CTLS if you’ve submitted these, and they might even be graded!  SG Questions 6-10, Char of Cells

Before Monday’s class, please read in your textbook pages 102-106.  As you read, mark the function of these cell parts:  mitochondria, cell wall, chloroplasts, and lysosomes.

Tuesday, Sept 8 – 5th, 6th, 7th periods

So sorry, classes, that I forgot to post on Tuesday!  There was really nothing new – time to work on SG 6-10 which are due Friday before class.  And students could explore this virtual microscope Virtual Microscope

SG Questions 6-10, Char of Cells

Friday, Sept 4

Today students reviewed the concepts of common features among all cells, including the cell theory.

There was PLENTY of time in class to work on Study Guide (SG) questions 6-10, which are due next Friday,  I expect all of these assignments to be turned in on time.  If you have problems, you should email me or come to the ILT Session on Thursday, Sept 10.

 

Please go to CTLS to access this assignment; however, if you can’t get to CTLS, you may download it or print it from here: SG Questions 6-10, Char of Cells

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Thursday, Sept 3

Today students reviewed the concepts of common features among all cells, including the cell theory.

There was PLENTY of time in class to work on Study Guide (SG) questions 6-10, which are due next Thursday,  I expect all of these assignments to be turned in on time.  If you have problems, you should email me or come to the ILT Session on Tuesday, Sept 8.  3rd period is at 10 and 4th period is at 10:30.

 

Please go to CTLS to access this assignment; however, if you can’t get to CTLS, you may download it or print it from here: SG Questions 6-10, Char of Cells

Tuesday, Sept 1

September already!  I hope the temperatures will feel like fall soon.

Today my 5th, 6th, and 7th period classes marked some important information in their paper textbooks.  It’s important that you have your textbook with you for science class.

The assignment that is due Friday for you is a digital lesson in the digital textbook.  The textbook company was having some issues today, but I hope those will be resolved.  This is what you do:

How to do a digital lesson from the textbook – as of 12:40 on Tuesday afternoon, the textbook website was experiencing problems on their end.  If it is not working by Thursday morning, I will change the due date of the assignment.  

  1. Open the digital textbook from the Lesson Resources tab, or from my blog’s post at the top.
  2. Look up at the black/gray bar – click the assignment tab
  3. Click on the correct assignment – the one due this week is called Digital Lesson, Characteristics of Cells
  4. If you have a lot of old assignments listed, you can sort by date so the newest one is at the top
  5. Type in answers as you go The teacher will be able to track what you are doing. You will not submit it in CTLS.

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