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Honors Biology
Unit 6 Ch. 10
“DNA, RNA & Protein synthesis”
THINKING AHEAD:
 Student Print Work http://loydbiology.weebly.com:  objective sheet  assign.sheet  Photo 51 study guide 

optional review sheet
Teacher Print Work:  Activities: Pop-It Beads  Pipe-Cleaner Chromosomes  Quiz
CHAPTER TEN:
“DNA & Protein Synthesis “
day 1:
DUE: Notes 10.2,3. LT#1,2 DNA/RNA structure & function.
Lecture: discuss the structure and function of DNA, diagram DNA,
day 2:
Discuss replication, Online activities and Blast Animations, DNAi: animation of replication
day 3:
DUE Notes: 10.4,5 LT#3 DNA Replication
Lecture: 3’, 5’ ends, enzymes read from 3’  5’ end, Leading/Lagging strands.
day 4:
Activity: Structure of DNA: Pop-It Beads “Replication”
day 5,6: Video: “The Secret of Photo 51” Study guide due, end of class.
day 7:
DUE Notes: 10.6-8 “The Flow of Genetic Information DNARNA” (aka: The Central Paradigm)
lecture: The “Genetic Code of Life
DNAi: animations of transcription, translation. ” http://www.dnai.org/lesson/go/25129/
day 8:
Activity: Structure of RNA: Pop-It Beads “Transcription”
day 9:
Review, catch up.
day 10: QUIZ: LT's 1-3
day 11: DUE Notes: 10.11-15. LT#4 Protein Synthesis
Lecture: DNA (genes) direct protein synthesis, codons, transcription, translation, “Code of Life”,
DNARNAProtein, Online activities and Blast Animations
day 12: Activity: Protein Synthesis: Pop-It Beads
day 13: DUE Notes: 10.16,17,19-22 LT#5,6 Mutations, Summary
Review Transcription and Translation: use Campbell activities and Bioflix.
Lecture: Gene mutations
day 14: Viruses: lytic and lysogenic cycles (Use 3-D model series, and Campbell activities, Flu Attack! How a Virus Invades
Your Body (3:38min)), retroviruses (How HIV Infects and Replicates (5:13min)) and genetic mechanisms of diversity
in prokaryotic cells (Campbell activities), Prions (Prions: Mad Cow Disease (Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy or
BSE) (0:43min)),
day 15: DUE Review sheet
day 16: QUIZ LT's 4-6
day 17: Unit TEST Ch. 10 "DNA, RNA and Protein Synthesis" 50 m.c.
Mrs. Loyd 
cschmittloyd@waukeeschools.org
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Unit 7 DNA & Protein Synthesis Objectives
Learning Targets
1. Genetics & DNA
a. I can analyze the relationship between genes, chromosomes, DNA, and a genome.
b. I can explain the functions of DNA.
Vocabulary: gene, chromosome, DNA, allele, genome
2. Nucleic Acid Structure
a. I can describe the structure of a DNA nucleotide.
b. I can describe how DNA nucleotides are connected together to make DNA molecules.
c. I can describe the structure of an RNA nucleotide and function of RNA.
Vocabulary: double helix, nucleotide, deoxyribose, phosphate group, nitrogen base, thymine,
cytosine, guanine, adenine, purine, pyrimidine
3. DNA Replication
a. I can describe the three steps of DNA replication.
b. I can explain the importance of hydrogen bonds in the replication of DNA.
c. I can identify what’s happening in each stage of DNA replication from diagrams.
Vocabulary: replication fork, DNA polymerase, base-pairing rules, DNA helicase, DNA replication
4. Protein Synthesis
a. I can summarize the two main events of protein synthesis.
 I can describe what happens during transcription.
 I can describe what happens during translation.
 I can explain how transcription and translation work together to make a protein.
b. I can identify how each type of RNA is involved in protein synthesis.
c. I can describe the functions of proteins.
d. I can explain how organelles function in protein synthesis.
Vocabulary: transcription, translation, RNA, mRNA, rRNA, tRNA,
protein, amino acid,codon, anticodon, ribose, uracil, ribosome
5. Mutations
a. I can define what a mutation is and how it affects proteins.
b. I can identify factors that lead to mutations.
6. Summary
I can understand that an organism is an expression of its genome.
Mrs. Loyd 
cschmittloyd@waukeeschools.org
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