Progress Reports come out Thursday! There are LOTS of missing assignments including projects. This work must be turned in by Friday. There are copies of assignments on this blog as well as linked to the assignment on Synergy.
Students who are on probation for any subject need to step it up and check their grades. No late work!! Study!!
For the past few days we have been looking at the difference between a prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Make sure you have the following assignments completed and turned in by the time you return from the Student Holiday on Tuesday…
Instagerm research assignment – BacteriaResearchProject-1fw7689
Prokaryote vs Eukaryote handout – ProkaryoteversusEukaryoteCells-2bwjz00
Students should study notebooks – quiz will involve labeling cell parts and describing their functions. Please visit the Cells page on the blog over the weekend for review games and videos!!
Cell drawings comparing plant and animal cells were due Monday!!
We will take notes this week to prepare for our Cells Quiz over the organelles and their functions on Friday!!!
Please refer to the Unit 1: Ecology tab at the top of this page to access the study guide and the answer key for the study guide – be ready!!! Test is multiple choice and short answer!
Use this website to complete the assignment – when you are done, read it aloud with a partner.
Carbon Cycle video –
If you finish, try this water cycle interactive game – Water Cycle game
Or this Brainpop Carbon Cycle game
After the mid-unit assessment on Monday (6th period had the highest class average!!), we are moving on to food chains, food webs, and the energy pyramid. Remember to check out the review games on Sheppard software and to review your notes in your notebook.
Also, don’t forget Wednesday is an early release day and its a three day weekend!!
Today we began our lessons on interactions between living things by talking about predation. We did an activity on Deer Predation and graphed the results. Check out this awesome website Wolf Quest for more information!!