Monday 3 October Topic Cell Vocabulary DO NOW

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Monday 3 October Topic: Cell Vocabulary! DO NOW What is a protein? Describe its

Monday 3 October Topic: Cell Vocabulary! DO NOW What is a protein? Describe its importance in the cell and in the body. How does it get made? HW Rough draft due Thursday: Detailed paragraph (typed or neatly written on separate paper) Describe how the organelles in a cell work together to make and use proteins. Include at least 5 different organelles in your essay. OBJECTIVE Explain the importance of each cell organelle by creating a Frayer vocabulary model for each. AGENDA • Create a master list of all the cell organelles & functions • Frayer vocabulary sentences and

Frayer Model FORMAL DEFINITION HERE (copy from text) FUNCTION IN YOUR OWN WORDS ORGANELLE

Frayer Model FORMAL DEFINITION HERE (copy from text) FUNCTION IN YOUR OWN WORDS ORGANELLE NAME ANALOGY OF CELL AS A CITY DIAGRAM TO HELP YOU REMEMBER FUNCTION OBJECTIVE Explain the importance of each cell organelle by creating a Frayer vocabulary model

Frayer Model EXAMPLE A membrane-bound sac in eukaryotic cells that stores or transports the

Frayer Model EXAMPLE A membrane-bound sac in eukaryotic cells that stores or transports the products of metabolism in the cell and is sometimes the site for the breaking down of metabolic wastes. A little bubble with a membrane around it that transports stuff around the cell VESICLE A vesicle is like a mail truck because it picks up materials and delivers them somewhere else OBJECTIVE Explain the importance of each cell organelle by creating a Frayer vocabulary model

Cell Function Analogies �With your neighbor, brainstorm possible analogies of how a cell operates

Cell Function Analogies �With your neighbor, brainstorm possible analogies of how a cell operates like a city for each of the organelles �Write these down in your notebook to be able to use them for homework! �You should be drawing/writing the Frayer models directly into your notebook! You will need them for class tomorrow. �Vacuole �Nucleus �Lysosome �Endoplasmic reticulum �Cell membrane �Ribosome �Cytoplasm �Golgi body �Cell wall �Mitochondrion �Chloroplast �Vesicle

Tuesday 4 October Topic: Cell as a city DO NOW Which organelles were very

Tuesday 4 October Topic: Cell as a city DO NOW Which organelles were very easy to come up with an analogy for? What were they? Which were more difficult to create an analogy for? What did you come up HW: with? Rough draft due Thursday: Detailed paragraph (typed or neatly written on separate paper) Describe how the organelles in a cell work together to make and use proteins. Include at least 5 different organelles in your essay. OBJECTIVE Demonstrate your understanding of how all the cell organelles function together by creating a visual cell city. AGENDA • CELL CITY! • Gallery walk and judging

Cell as a city! �In your lab groups, you are to create a poster

Cell as a city! �In your lab groups, you are to create a poster that demonstrates the analogies that you came up with yesterday about the functions of organelles �The poster must have a diagram for each analogy as well as a small text box that explains the analogy �PLAN WELL – each group only gets one postersized paper �There will be prizes for: �Most creative �Most accurate �Most artistic

FRONT OF ROOM AND INDIVIDUAL DESKS HERE! Maximo Nahum Ania Marquis e Nellie William

FRONT OF ROOM AND INDIVIDUAL DESKS HERE! Maximo Nahum Ania Marquis e Nellie William Gizela Mark Uriel Mariam Lowre Antonio A’Shaun Charlie Damary s Noah Nicole Hazel Isaiah Vilmari Cristian Jaleel Joas Stephan ie Shreena Guerschom Isaac Alondra

Gallery walk �Prop up your group’s poster �Walk around the room and leave a

Gallery walk �Prop up your group’s poster �Walk around the room and leave a positive comment on each

Thursday 6 October Topic: Plant & Animal cells DO NOW � Which organelles were

Thursday 6 October Topic: Plant & Animal cells DO NOW � Which organelles were very easy to come up with an analogy for? What were they? � Which were more difficult to create an analogy for? What did you come up with? � How well do you feel your group did in the competition? Looking back, how would you have done things differently? HW • Finish your protein essay (due the next time you have class next week) OBJECTIVE � Explain the difference between plant and animal cells by identifying 3 structures not found in both types of cell � Provide constructive criticism for protein essays AGENDA • Venn Diagram • Objective tracking • Peer editing (if time)

Plant vs. Animal Cells PLANT CELLS HAVE: �Cell wall �Chloraplast? �Large vacuoles ANIMAL CELLS

Plant vs. Animal Cells PLANT CELLS HAVE: �Cell wall �Chloraplast? �Large vacuoles ANIMAL CELLS HAVE: �Small vacuoles �Lysomes �Centrioles

ANIMALS ONLY PLANTS ONLY BOTH TYPES:

ANIMALS ONLY PLANTS ONLY BOTH TYPES:

Objective tracking �Turn to your Unit 2 Objective tracking sheet �For the Unit 2

Objective tracking �Turn to your Unit 2 Objective tracking sheet �For the Unit 2 pre-assessment that you just got back �Write your scores for each question in the appropriate spaces: �Question 1 Objective 2. 2 2 Objective 2. 5 3 Objective 2. 3 4 Objective 2. 6 �This sheet will show you how much more you learned at the end of the unit!

QUESTS! �Your grade is a ratio of all the individual scores that you got

QUESTS! �Your grade is a ratio of all the individual scores that you got on each objective and the writing portion �You may re-take it during office hours or tomorrow during lunch. �The retake grade will REPLACE the original grade (up to a max score of 90%) �If you feel that your grade is not an accurate representation of your understanding of the material, I am happy to discuss it HOWEVER the requirement is that you take it home and look it over carefully first.

Progress Reports �Tomorrow you will be getting your progress report grades along with a

Progress Reports �Tomorrow you will be getting your progress report grades along with a list of all the assignments that you’re missing �IN ADDITION to working on the essay (paragraph of how a protein is made), you are to ALSO complete any missing assignments! �If you can swear on your soul you turned something in, check the no-name sheets on the board

Friday 7 October Topic: Cell Lab!! DO NOW Complete the pre-lab questions HW •

Friday 7 October Topic: Cell Lab!! DO NOW Complete the pre-lab questions HW • Final draft due Thursday: Detailed paragraph (typed or neatly written on separate paper). Describe how the organelles in a cell work together to make and use proteins. Include at least 5 different organelles in your essay. • Complete any unfinished work (cell lab analysis questions, missing hw, etc) OBJECTIVE Identify various cells and cell components by creating wet mount slides from different organisms. AGENDA • Progress report announcement • Poster winners • LAB!!!

Progress Reports �Progress reports will go out AT THE END OF THE DAY �Look

Progress Reports �Progress reports will go out AT THE END OF THE DAY �Look at the missing work box, and make sure you complete the assignments over the weekend �Some assignments were done in your notebook AFTER notebook checks, and I am aware of that. I put it on the progress report so you know it should be completed by this point.

Poster winners �Certificate must be filled out and given back to me AFTER pd

Poster winners �Certificate must be filled out and given back to me AFTER pd 8 ends find me in the chem lab �Most artistic & creative…. �Most accurate… (tie between 2)

FRONT OF ROOM AND INDIVIDUAL DESKS HERE! Maximo Nahum Ania Marquis e Nellie William

FRONT OF ROOM AND INDIVIDUAL DESKS HERE! Maximo Nahum Ania Marquis e Nellie William Gizela Mark Uriel Mariam Lowre Antonio A’Shaun Charlie Damary s Noah Nicole Hazel Isaiah Vilmari Cristian Jaleel Joas Stephan ie Shreena Guerschom Isaac Alondra