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Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
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You need your notebook/headphones.
Finish"A History of You"(Fresh copy) next to your partner(s). In your notebook, both you and your partner(s) read/watch the bold dates and all hyperlinked clips, generate a summary statement, and a total of 10 pictures of the bold dates. Take notes on all the videos clips as well. Two weeks, one day left to prepare for the exam. Know all events in order, evidence for each event and impact on the future/you.
Color your pictures in your notebook. If you have incomplete notes at the end of the hour it is homework over the weekend.
The more notes you have, the more answers you will have for the test.
(Minimum effort=Minimumwage)Arizona splits offDrones look at the big crack
Did the Universe Begin as a Simple 1-D Line?
Could Extraterrestrials Really Invade Earth, and How?
What's at the Center of Black Holes?
\Why Are Planets Round?
Would Humans Born On Mars Grow Taller Than Earthlings?
How to Build a Death Star
Pooping in a Spacesuit Is As Complicated As It Sounds
Flying Saucers to Mind Control: 22 Declassified Military & CIA Secrets
Zombies Would Wipe Out Humans in Less than 100 Days
How Humans Lost Their Tail, Twice
Top 10 Useless Limbs (and Other Vestigial Organs)
Photos: The World's Weirdest Geological Formations
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Monday Learning Target- Molecules make cells.
1- Log on to your computer. You need your notebook/headphones/Scotch tape.

2- Tape your completed"Cell Craft" questions to the bottom of your plant cell drawing. Use the sheet provided and place the four bio-molecules where they belong. Plant cell organelles and the animal cell organelles are before you can do the the bubble lab, Tuesday or the Polymer lab Friday.)

3- Then open this link and with each part, create a tag that has its name on one side, chemical makeup and function on the back side. (Review for MME and NWEA in six weeks.)

4- Finish your notes on a fresh copy of History of you 2018, you need 10 color pictures to support your notes.

Wednesday in the first15 minutes we will run your CO2 experiment procedure that you created Wednesday.

Radioactive Decay Carbon 14 Lab should be done today.
Mon-Plant/Animal Cell/Biomolecules Notes
Tues Bubble Lab
Wed-Bio-molecule mystery
Thurs-Polymer Lab
Friday-DNA

Mon DNA Pillows Self-assembly /Protein Synthesis
Tues- Balloon Story
Wed-Punnet Squares
Thurs -Balloon test
Fri- Faces of Future (Make your baby)

Mon-Natural Selection (Someone has to die, life destroys life)
Tues-Most Likely Bunny to survive
Wed-Who killed the Player? Crime mystery
Thurs-Evidence for Plate Tectonics
Fri- Convection in Candy
Mon- Argo Float
Tues-Forces balance/unbalance Air Wars
History of You/ Cell Craft due. IF you are done, Bubble Lab.
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1- Log on to your computer. If you are done with the Plant/Animal cell andlabelingall organelles andHistoryof you notes read this-Bubble Lab&Bubble Lab walk through

If not-You need your notebook/headphones/Scotch tape.

2- Tape your completed"Cell Craft" questions to the bottom of your plant cell drawing. Use the sheet provided and place the four bio-molecules where they belong. Plant cell organelles and the animal cell organelles are before you can do the the bubble lab, Tuesday or the Polymer lab Friday.)

3- Then open this link and with each part, create a tag that has its name on one side, chemical makeup and function on the back side. (Review for MME and NWEA in six weeks.)

4- Finish your notes on a fresh copy of History of you 2018, you need 10 color pictures to support your notes.
5- If you are not doing the bubble lab read "Defining genetics"
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1- Have out your notebook/headphones.
2- You have hour to take detailed notes on Bio-molecules
I will get you started to let you see the detail you need:
You should be able to answer these questions:
Atoms make bio-molecules:
Organic molecules contain because
Methane diagram looks like
saccarides
"ose" means
Lipids means
Then take the same level of detailed notes on
1-Biomolecules
2- Proteins and Nucleic Acids
3--DNA Structure and Function
3-Friday we will finish "Who stole the cell?" and run the lab
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1- Have out your notebook/headphones.
2- You have hour to take detailed notes on Bio-molecules

I will get you started to let you see the detail you need:
You should be able to answer these questions:
Atoms make bio-molecules:
Organic molecules contain because
Methane diagram looks like
saccarides
"ose" means
Lipids means
Then take the same level of detailed notes on Biomolecules 2: Proteins and Nucleic Acids
Lastly-DNA Structure and Function
3-Friday we will finish "Who stole the cell?" and run the lab


5- Friday in the first 15 minutes we will run your CO2 experiment procedure that you created last week.
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1- At the lab desks draw in your notebook a data table with five entries and graph, with five minutes on the correct axis and temp 65-90 degrees on the correct axis for our CO2 experiment. We will finish up the BN Gene from Friday to start the hour. As you wait for class to start, read "DNA tell the history of life through time", we will do the websites to start the day Tuesday.

2-Then we will work on as much as possible Dillion's Cell Phone Mystery and wrap it up Tuesday.

3- We will run your CO2 experiment procedure that you created last week in the "background".

4- Tuesday we will finish coloring the DNA before we cut it out, fold it and glue it into our animal cell nucleus.

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Remember there is no talking in the computer lab, you brain needs to be in a cyberspace!

1- Log on to your computer, read "DNA tell the history of life through time", put the questions and answers in your notebook, do the websites to start the day, you have 30 minutes.

2-Then we will work on as much as possible Who took Dillion's Cell Phone Mysteryand wrap it up today.

3- Today we will finish correctly coloring the DNA before we cut it out, fold it and glue it into our animal cell nucleus.
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Order from Chaos
Self Assembly
**What** **is DNA**
What is a gene?
DNA Pillows, Self-assembly DNA creation and glue into nucleus of your "animal" cell
DNA Stuffed Nucleotide
DNA Paper construction origami
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Learning Target- Molecules make cells. You need scotch tape Friday (Polymers) CRISPER crew at lunch
1- You need your notebook, in it label one page genes. We need notes on three videos.
2-We will talk about our stuffed DNA.
3-Color your DNA correctly (look carefully, small print) before you cut it out and fold it at the lab desk. When done, glue it in your animal cell nucleus. We will then discuss the structure of DNA via pillows and self assembly. We will finish the cell phone mystery. Back to researching on BOTH 3-D Printers. The companies have moved on to greener pastures. (Canada and Germany) Look for a great 3-D printer!
DNA Stuffed Nucleotides
Order from Chaos
Self Assembly
MIT's self-assembling chair
What is DNA** Stated clearly 5 min
What is a gene? Stated clearly 5 min
How do new genes evolve? Stated Clearly 9min

DNA Labeling
DNA Label cards.pngDNA Label.png

Polymer Lab
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Thurs -Balloon test (Some gone to the High School for orientation)

High School orientation, or why YOU should pursue higher education

The most important assignment I could give, ever.

The list

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Protein Synthesis from DNA
Punnet Square instructions/Notes Zork/Dragon/Bird Punnet
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1- You need your notebook and headphones, cut out and glue in each page of today's handout from lab table one into your notebook. Also color, cut, fold and glue in your DNA molecule into your animal cell.

2-View and complete questions 1-20 in "Why RNA is Just as cool as DNA"

3- Play the DNA game in My computer>Local Disk C>LanSchool folder >DNA

4-Complete the Biomolecules Amoeba Sisters handout that is now glued in your notebook. Complete those 25 questions.

5- Read and complete Silicone Polymer /DNA lab and write all the questions and answers in your notebook.

6- 20 minutes into class on Tuesday you will do the Polymer lab IF you have ALL your handouts in your notebook completed.
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1-Complete questions 1-20 in"Why RNA is Just as cool as DNA"

2- Play the DNA game in My computer>Local Disk C>LanSchool folder >DNA

3-Complete theBiomolecules Amoeba Sistershandout that is now glued in your notebook. Complete those 25 questions.

4- Read and completeSilicone Polymer /DNA laband write all the questions and answers in your notebook.

5-Mutations- Ameoba Sistersthen Mono/Dihybrid Cross Punnett Amoeba Sisters. Bring a color picture of your favorite person you would like to have have a kid with. (Movie star etc.) in case you have time on Thursday after you make your required kid.

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Learning Target- Molecules make cells. You need scotch tape Friday (Polymers) CRISPER crew at lunch

1- Cut out your notes and glue them into your notebook, then take the quiz. Turn it in as you move to the computers to complete the notes.
Complete questions 1-20 in "Why RNA is Just as cool as DNA"

2- Play the DNA game in My computer>Local Disk C>LanSchool folder >DNA

3-Complete the Biomolecules Amoeba Sisters handout that is now glued in your notebook. Complete those 25 questions.

4- Read and complete Silicone Polymer /DNA lab and write all the questions and answers in your notebook.

5- Mutations- Ameoba Sisters then Mono/Dihybrid Cross Punnett Amoeba Sisters.

Finish gene combinations
Punnet Squares
Print off picture, identify donor of each each facial trait
http://www.freetrackplans.com/

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1- With your notebook, sit at the granite lab desk with your "Genetic/Faces lab" partner and be ready to take notes the whiteboard and a video clip. (>5 at a granite table.)


2- Each person should make and complete the following Punnett square on their own whiteboard and hold it up when class starts. Dad = Bb Mom = bb

Mosa Mack Reproduction.png


Question of the day: What are genes and are genes evidence for Evolution?

Evidence for evolution
We have some notes to take on four movie clips and then we will paste the notes into our note books.

Each are about five minute segments. When done, finish reviewing the parts of cells.
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1- With your notebook, sit at the granite lab desk with your "Genetic/Faces lab" partner and Cut and glue your three pages into your notebook (4 min.) and be ready to take notes when class starts.(>5 at a granite table) on these three clips; Natural, selection, and What good is half a wing? **Natural** **Selection**
2- Each person will answer the following questions on their own whiteboard. Mosa Mack Quiz
1. What is the term for a sequence of DNA that codes for a certain protein?
a. Chromosome
b. Trait
c. Gene
d. DNA
2. The Volvox algae all look identical. What type of reproduction do they do?
a. Asexual
b. Sexual
c. Individual
d. Combined
3. Genetic variation describes offspring that have different traits, such as Paulie and Nicole. Offspring with different traits must be a result of:
a. asexual reproduction
b. sexual reproduction
4. Why do Paulie and Nicole have so many different traits?
a. Paulie got more DNA from their mom, while Nicole got more DNA from their dad.
b. Paulie and Nicole both got half their DNA from mom and half from dad, but they got different genetic combinations.
c. Paulie and Nicole are not actually related.
d. Paulie’s DNA has a lot of mutations, which are very common.
5. What is another reason for genetic variation besides sexual reproduction?
a. Partial mating
b. Asexual reproduction
c. Unequal chromosome distribution
d. Mutation

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Learning Target- (Punnett Squares) CRISPER crew at lunch

1- Log on to your computer, and then with your notebook move to the granite lab desk with your "Genetic/Faces lab" partner and complete the lab "Faces" read and complete each Punnett Squares for every given trait.

2-We will take a quick notes on- What caused life's Major Evolutionary Transition and Natural Selection in Bacteria

When done with the notes, finish the Punnett Square lab, use the gene pairs to tell you the number code range. Select the numbered drawing that looks the most like the trait selected done screen shot (Ctrl+Alt+PrtSrn) your most likely "Kid" then paste into paint, select and cut JUST the kids picture and then paste into a Word doc.

Create a text box, state where each trait on the face came from- i.e.- Dad's nose, Mom's eyes etc. and code that matches the gene donor most closely.

Print off three pictures, one for each "parent" and one that I will use to grade. This is a "test" grade=200

3- Make sure you have all the correct answers- (click here!) from yesterday's notes.Bring a color picture of your favorite person you would like to have have a kid with. (Movie star etc.) in case you have time on Friday after you make your required kid.

  • Priyanka Chopra. ...
  • Matthew Noszka
  • Selena Gomez.....
  • Zayn Malik
  • Kate Upton. ...
  • Douglas Booth
  • Taylor Swift. ...
  • Adam Peaty
  • Gal Gadot. ...
  • John Boyega
  • Emma Watson. ...
  • Patrick O'Donnell
  • Candice Swanepoel. ...
  • Christian Williams
  • Deepika Padukone.

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Learning Target- (Punnett Squares) CRISPER crew at lunch
1- Log on to your computer, and then with your notebook move to the granite lab desk with your "Genetic/Faces lab" partner and complete the lab "Faces" read and complete each Punnett Squares for every given trait. When done with the lab packet open the desktop icon green square/white arrow.
Select "Faces" Follow the lab instructions to construct your most likely kid.
Finish the Faces/Punnett Square lab, use the gene pairs to tell you the number code range. Select the numbered drawing that looks the most like the trait selected done screen shot (Ctrl+Alt+PrtSrn) your most likely "Kid" then paste into paint, select and cut JUST the kids picture and then paste into a Word doc.
Create a text box next to the "face" put both "birth" parents names, and kids name in bold, BIG text, then state where each trait on the face came from- i.e.- Dad's nose Ll, Mom's eyes bb etc. and its code.

Print off three pictures, one for each "parent" and one that I will use to grade. This is a "test" grade=200

2- For those who are done with your offspring, you have 7 minutes to open and view this link. we will start the hour in watching Evolution v.s. Natural Selection=2 min and Powers of 10 Imax= 35 minutes.
(View in full screen to see the animations!)


3-Bring a color picture of your favorite person you would like to have have a kid with. (Movie star etc.) in case you have time on Friday after you make your required kid.
  • Priyanka Chopra. ...
  • Matthew Noszka
  • Selena Gomez.....
  • Zayn Malik
  • Kate Upton. ...
  • Douglas Booth
  • Taylor Swift. ...
  • Adam Peaty
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Adapt or Die

E4.p3C
Air wars Lab
I need some help with a project:
Donorchoose
Sprout
3-D
Closer look
Impossible
Makerbot
Donorchoose
Print
Gesture control
Honey on Tap
http://www.shapeways.com/
Google Cardboard
I smell Google Good
Glass gesture
Glass Facial
Myo
Graphic Organizers
Mind Map Google
Human Prezi
2.0 Tools
Tools to use
Zcorp 3D Printer 650
Iphone case


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Adapt or Die
1-Finish your Adapt or Die lab from yesterday, Friday we will have a quiz over Adapt or die.
Go to this link in your google account and read it- How to build an off road electric car.
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IMAX Powers of 10
Learning Target- (Natural Selection) CRISPER crew at lunch today
1-You need your Notebook. For those who are done with your offspring, have out your Cosmic Voyage handout from yesterday to correct, we will start the hour in watching Evolution v.s. Natural Selection=2 min, Leftovers and 35 minutes.
If you missed - Mechanism of Evolution Friday do so now!
1. A species is- A community of animals capable of breeding with each other and making an offspring that can also breed and reproduce.
2. Genes are found in DNA and in groups of three called codons and code for protein.
3. The more offspring produced the more little differences are possible
4. Heredity is the passing on of DNA to offspring.
5. Two factors :
Recombination is the random mixing of DNA of two creatures in sperm and egg cells.
Mutations are random changes in DNA Triggered by toxins chemicals or radiation (Copying errors)
6. Creatures make so much effort to create as offspring different as possible.
7. Darwin's Finches discovered by Charles Darwin
8. At first after the storm, finch paradise then as food ran out, natural selection set in and ecological niches set in and after many generations, differences between so great they could not breed with one another. This created different species.
9. Today's 14 species of finch were descended by interaction of unique individuals, excess production of offspring, recombination and mutation in heredity and selection


2. Log on to your computer, and with your "Genetic/Faces lab" partner and complete the lab "Faces" read and complete each Punnett Squares for every given trait. When done with the lab packet open the desktop icon green square/white arrow.
Select "Faces" Follow the lab instructions to construct your most likely kid.
Finish the Faces/Punnett Square lab, use the gene pairs to tell you the number code range. Select the numbered drawing that looks the most like the trait selected done screen shot (Ctrl+Alt+PrtSrn) your most likely "Kid" then paste into paint, select and cut JUST the kids picture and then paste into a Word doc.
Create a text box next to the "face" put both "birth" parents names, and kids name in bold, BIG text, then state where each trait on the face came from- i.e.- Dad's nose Ll, Mom's eyes bb etc. and its code.

Print off three pictures, one for each "parent" and one that I will use to grade. This is a "test" grade=200

3-Bring a color picture of your favorite person you would like to have have a kid with. (Movie star etc.) in case you have time on Friday after you make your required kid.
  • Priyanka Chopra. ...
  • Matthew Noszka
  • Selena Gomez.....
  • Zayn Malik
  • Kate Upton. ...
  • Douglas Booth
  • Taylor Swift. ...
  • Adam Peaty
  • Gal Gadot. ...
  • John Boyega
  • Emma Watson. ...
  • Patrick O'Donnell
  • Candice Swanepoel. ...
  • Christian Williams
  • Deepika Padukone.


Evolution is development of life on earth
Mechanism of evolution
A species is- A community of animals capable of breeding with each other and making an offspring that can also breed and reproduce
Genes are found in DNA and in groups of three called codons and code for protein.
The more offspring produced the lore little differences as possible
Heredity is the passing on of DNA to offspring
Two factors recombination is the random mixing of DNA of two creatures in sperm and egg cells
Mutations are random changes in DNA Triggered by toxins chemicals or radiation (Copying errors)
Creatures make so much effort to create as different as possible.
Darwin's Finches discovered by Charles Darwin
At first after the storm, finch paradise then as food ran out, natural selection set in and ecological niches set in and after many generations, differences between so great they could not mate with one another. This created different species.
Todays 14 species of finch were descended by interaction of unique individuals, excess production of offspring, recombination and mutation in heredity and selection


Murder mystery Who killed the player?

Warm up- CSI
edX
Who is the suspect


BN Evolution

kermit celebrating
kermit celebrating


The magic of Fibonacci number

Genes through deep time- Go to Google Classroom

http://www.creativesandbox.com/guidebook

Genes through deep time- Go to Google Classroom

Bring your cents, Pair and prepare

Faces of the Future Lab

http://www.wonderville.ca/asset/save-the-world
Open doors and pull out chairs for female

Rock Cycle
River Lab/

Sedimentary Rock Lab
We will discuss the mountain of doom
tube of doom (Forming sedimentary
layers from igneous rock)

Alfred Wegener: Scientific Hero .
The Earth's Interior
Birth of a Theory
How plate tectonics clicked.
Plate Tectonics and Continental Drift
Plate Boundaries
Lava on ice
this, printer Amazing 3_D


In the first 20 minutes, log into your computer and go to this site- Plate tectonics. Hit the "Play" button, it should run, I hope. If not, go to your desktop, select green box with white arrow icon. Select Plate tectonics and run.

Then you will get the materials for the test on Friday. You must have your PPT done to do that test, there will be no makeups on that one!

Create your test in your notebook on "Modeling convective
behavior in an analogous liquid simulating plate tectonics
and rock cycle" The TEST is due Friday at the very start
of class. If done, you will follow your directions and make
your model Thursday,.... if not you will not do the lab and
will work on your Moodle review test instead.


a·nal·o·gyəˈnaləjē/
A comparison between two things, typically on the basis of their structure and for the purpose of explanation or clarification. i.e.-
Jolly Ranchers are like tectonic Plates because both are the solid version of a more dense liquid. Both Tectonic Plates and Jolly ranchers fracture under pressure in fault zones, releasing energy that travels in waves( earthquakes)


Jolly Ranchers are made out of Cornstarch and Water, the mantle and outer core in our model is made from Cornstarch and Water.

The athenosphere in our model, which is made from sugar, has
some plasticity to it when heated like the real magma of the earth.
or
The hot plate is like the earth's radioactive inner core, as long as it produces heat, the layers of our model will move and drive the plates in a miniature version of Plate tectonics.
or
The carbon found in the sugar of the Jolly Ranchers is an analogy to the limestone on the basalt ocean bottom, as it is returned to the mantle convection by subduction in the "Ring of Fire" (Edge of the beaker) or
The steam bubbles given off int he experiments are like the off
gassing of volcanoes creating the earth's atmosphere.
or
The size of the bubble increase as they move up by convection
inside the beaker like a mantle plume burning through the crust to form
Metamorphic Rock Lab Starburst
Get a great job so you can get a great coat-Canada Goose Parka
1,000 Google Chrome Experiments
Chrome
Chrome Games

Convection in Candy Lab
Google Cardboard
Graphic Organizers
Mind Map Google
Human Prezi
2.0 Tools
Tools to use
Watch the Video of this Project
Calcite and the ocean lab
Ocean Currents PBS

Convection in Candy TEST

external image e_thermal_history_animated.gif


PHet Plate Tectonics
Plate tectonics walkthrough

Three Types of Plate interactions
Plate tectonics. Hit the "Play" button, it should run, I hope. If not, go to your desktop, select green box with white arrow icon. Select Plate tectonics and run.

Hurricane in the bottle Lab 1d E4.3E
E4.p3C E4.p3B E4.p3AE3.4e

Intellicast

Fountain of youth
4- D Printing
Into the Storm


Find your new computer and lab seats. For the rest of the year, at the end of the class, remain in your seats until dismissed. Complete this link-Create a DNA Fingerprint Then complete the "Crime Lab" in Google Classroom. You have 40 minutes. When you think you can prove who did it, check out these one or two links-

Crash Scene Investigation

CSI Web Adventure

Fingerprint Classification

Go Cognitive Change Blindness Game

Crime Scene: The Case of the Barefoot Burglar

The Art of Crime Detection

Perp Walk - A Game of Science and Lies

Argo Float Lab

BBC - History - World Wars: The Battle of the Atlantic Game

BBC - History: World War Two

Sub hunt