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BIOLOGY SEMESTER 2 AGENDAS
1/5 HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Transcript & schedules check
 Intros & expectations
 Evolution anticipation questions
 HW: get spiral notebook (70 - 100 pages)
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EXPECTATIONS
Integrity
Respect
PET PEEVES
 Dishonesty
 Tapping
 Wastefulness
 Writing
/ scratching on desk
DAILY REQUIRED MATERIALS
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Text book
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Go to www.glencoe.com/ose (this stands for
Online Student Edition)
For the student access code, type in
A025076D40
Spiral binder exclusive to biology
Binder/ Notebook/ two pocket binder / accordion file
PENCIL
COLORED PENCILS
1/6
Turn in syllabus signature sheet
 Warm Up in science journal –p. 397
1. List the four geologic eras.
2. How many periods does the paleozoic era have?
3. What does MYA stand for?
4. When does the carboniferous period begin?
When does it end?
5. How long from the formation of the earth until
the first fossil record of life?
6. How long until the first vertebrates appeared?
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1/7 BIOLOGY - EVOLUTION
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Warm Up
Describe the earth’s atmosphere in its earliest days. P.
393
What percentage of species that have lived on earth are
now extinct? P. 393
What do scientists theorize were the first organisms on
the planet? Describe the conditions these organisms
needed. P.405
What were the second? Describe their characteristics. P.
405
P. 405-6 What were the third? Describe them. What did
these third types of organisms need to survive?
Complete timeline and turn in at end of class.
1/11
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2.
Complete Timeline and
turn in - 10 minutes
Class work (complete for
homework if needed)
Fold notebook paper
into eight sections
In each section, define,
give example of and
sketch each term (use
section 15.2):
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Fossil (p. 393)
Homologous structures
Vestigial structures
Analogous structures
Comparative embryology
Comparative
biochemistry
Camouflage
mimicry
1/12
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Warm Up
List and briefly describe the six different types of
fossils. P. 393
What are the two different ways to establish the age of
a fossil?
Define the Law of Superposition and give a real
example from your life.
What are two different materials used for radiometric
dating? Which dates older substances?
Answer “Interpret the Graph” on p. 396.
1/13
Warm Up
1. Define species
2. Define cladogram
 HW: Complete Evolution Branching tree
activity analysis
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1/14
Turn in Cladogram HW
 Read turtle fossil article
 Warm Up
1. Briefly summarize turtle fossil article
2. How is this fossil a “missing link”?
3. What are the two different explanations for the
evolution of the turtle shell described in the
article?
4. List the standards (from study guide)
addressed by this article.
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TUESDAY, 1/19
 Journal
check / returns
 review cladogram HW
 First vocab sheet = evidence
 Power point notes
 Test Friday
 HW: vocabulary for 1-9, 16-19, 24-25, 2829 from study guide. Add diagrams.
1/20
Stamp vocab HW
 Warm Up
1. Describe evolution in terms of a theory
2. How do humans behave differently from
natural selection? (3 ways)
 Read lab p 443
 Natural selection lab
 notes
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1/21
Open house tonight 6:30
 Test tomorrow – evolution
 Put packet together NOW – due tomorrow
1. Study guide (add name)
2. Evidence for evolution vocab (8 words w/
diagrams)
3. Remainder vocab
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BIOLOGY AGENDA MONDAY 1/25
Test return and review
 Warm-up
1. List some things in your life that are classified
2. Sort one of the things you listed into at least 3
levels. Ex: music – 1)genre 2)artist 3)album
 HW: complete classification vocab and table,
using text ch. 17.
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BIOLOGY AGENDA TUESDAY 1/26
Warm Up –
1. Write the sentence “Did King Phillip Come
Over From Germany Swimming?” and add the
classification levels shown on p 488 to match.
2. Answer #1-3, 5 -7 in text p. 507
3. Draw a cladogram for the chart on p. 507
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BIOLOGY AGENDA WEDNESDAY 1/27
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Warm Up
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p. 508-9 #27 – 30 write questions and answers
P. 510 #2 & 3
Name that Kingdom!
 Vocab quiz Friday
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BIOLOGY AGENDA THURSDAY 1/28
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Warm-up: Name that Kingdom!
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Date page and number from 1-26
Dichotomous key
 Vocab quiz Friday
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 2/1
Turn in classification booklet & cockroach dichotomous key/ quiz returns
 W.U. Bacteria Ch 18
1.
What are the two bacteria domains?
2.
What characteristics classify bacteria into their domains?
3.
What is another term we used to use for bacteria? (p 516)
4.
Find the meanings of the following word parts:
Pro Kary
Therm
Phile
Halo
Gen
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Use the meanings to put together the definitions of the following words:
Prokaryote
Thermoacidophile
Extremophile
Acidophile
Halophile
methanogens
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Draw a venn diagram comparing prokaryotes and eukaryotes organelles.
7.
Draw and label the bacterium shown on p 518
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Prokaryote
•Plasmid
•Pili
•Nucleoid
•capsule
Genetic material
Cytoplasm
Cell wall
Ribosomes
Plasma
membrane
Eukaryote
Membrane
bound
organelles
2/2
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After binary fission activity,
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Turn binary fission sheet in to small table near
door and pick up bacteria notes organizer.
2.
Complete notes organizer for homework.
2/3
Stamp HW
 WU
1. Where do bacteria live?
2. List some places/things in the school where
you would expect to find the most bacteria.
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2/4
W.U.
1. P. 524 #3
2. P. 535 # 6 & 7 – sketch graph first
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Review Bacteria are Prokaryotes sheet
HW: Section 18.1 Assessment p. 535 #1-13
(not 6&7)
2/5
Stamp and review homework
 WU
1. Draw your petri dish and one other groups
petri dish, with labels of where bacteria
samples were taken.
2. What conclusions can you draw about where
bacteria grow?
 Viruses
 HW: complete virus notes organizer
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 2/10
WU
 Review for Classification, Bacteria and Viruses
test Friday
 ** Students who missed Monday or Tuesday:
I will replay viruses video after school today,
and again after school tomorrow for make-up
 Warm Up:
1. Compare and contrast bacteria and viruses
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BACTERIA
Living
Capsule (sometimes) + Exterior
Cell wall and plasma
membrane
Reproduce independently
Binary fission produces two
Treat with antibiotics after
infection
Can only be seen by powerful
microscope
Many benefits to humans
VIRUSES
Non-living
•Can harm
Capsid = Exterior Protein
or kill
coat
•Can be
Use cells to replicate
used for
genetic
Replicates thousands at a
engineering
time
•Contain Prevent with vaccine before
genetic
infection
material
Can only be seen with
•microscopic
electron microscope
Harmful only
BIOLOGY AGENDA 2/11
W.U. in science journal
1. create a dichotomous key for candy family
2. Use your kingdom chart to create a
dichotomous key for the kingdoms – there are
several ways this can be done
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BINGO review
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Test tomorrow
BIOLOGY AGENDA 2/16
WU
1. What is a protist?
2. What domain are protists in?
3. What are the 3 different large categories of
protists? How are they alike and different
from their “future” kingdoms?
4. List and draw three examples of animal-like,
plant-like and fungus-like protists.
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 2/23
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Complete lab stations/check rvw sheet and quiz
each other/complete Warm Up/Book
Check/Project review – due Thursday
Protist QUEST tomorrow
WU
Define word parts, endo, sym, & bio and use
them to put together the literal meaning of
endosymbiosis.
What is the endosymbiont theory?
Draw an illustration showing how the
endosymbiont theory works.
Is protist evolution completely understood?
Explain. (p.545)
BIOLOGY AGENDA 2/24
Protist “Quest”/Quizam!
 When finished, turn in and do warm up in journal.
 Warm Up
1. define vocab for Ch 20.1 plus diploid, parasite &
mutualism
2. Draw and label mushroom on p. 577
3. From which part do mushrooms get their
nutrients?
4. Which part produces spores?
 HW: Grow mold and bring in Monday
 ALGAE IN OUR LIVES due tomorrow
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 2/25
Turn in ALGAE IN OUR LIVES project
 Warm Up
1. Compare and contrast fungi and plants
2. Describe the three ways fungi get their
nutrients
 Fungus video
 Fungus notes
 Journal check tomorrow
 Fungus “quest” Tuesday
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Fungi
Plants
•Eukaryotes
•Have call
Cell walls
Cell walls
walls
made of chitin
made of
•Sessile
cellulose
Heterotrophs
(don’t
Some unicellular
move) Photoautotrophs
(yeast)
All multicellular
BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/1
returns/warm up/stamp Notes on Fungi
 review protist quest
 go over warm-up and fungus organizer
 review lab (Fungus lab make-up Tuesday before school)
 fungus review
 fungus quest tomorrow
 Warm Up: (On separate sheet)
1. Use notes to write 3 low level, 2 mid-level and 1
thought provoking question for fungus quest
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/2
Fungus quest
 Begin plant kingdom unit Ch 21
 Warm Up
1. What are the characteristics ALL members of
the plant kingdom share?
2. Define terms for section 21.1 plus cuticle,
gametophyte and sporophyte
3. Copy figure 21.1 on p. 604
4. Using figure 21.1 & 21.7, write a brief
paragraph describing plant evolution.
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/3
Review fungus quest
 Review yesterday’s warm-up
 Plant kingdom organizer – complete for HW
using Ch 21
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/4
Quick review of terms
 Warm up
1. What is germination?
2. What do plants need to germinate?
3. What do plants need to grow?
 Experimental design
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/5
Warm Up (plant adaptations)
1. Where are cuticles found and what do cuticles
do for the plant? p. 605
2. Where are stomata found, and why do
stomata close at night? p. 606
3. What advantages do vascular plants have over
non-vascular plants? p.606
4. What advantages do seed plants have over
seedless? p.607
 Complete & add to plant kingdom organizer
 Plant experiment
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/8
Warm Up
1. What are cotyledons?
2. P 676. Draw and label eudicot seed.
3. P 679. Draw and label eudicot germination.
4. P 685. Look at graph. Which soil additive is
most helpful to seed germination?
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Complete experiment and plant seeds
BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/9
Water plants and record data, as needed
 Moss life cycle notes
 Plant power point notes
 Plant test Friday
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/10
Water plants and record data, as needed
 Plant power point notes. Have ready:
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text book
kingdom organizer and
Journal
HW: angiosperm life cycle questions and coloring
- 2 sheets
 Plant test Friday
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/11
Water plants and record data, as needed
 Flower dissection lab
 Review questions
 Test tomorrow
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/12
Water your plants!
Sit with your partner from yesterday
Do review activities
Complete Lab check-off
Test Tuesday
BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/15
Water your plants & record data
Sit with your partner
Warm up
1. Using your homework, write a paragraph
explaining the angiosperm life cycle
Complete plant review activities
Complete lab check-off
PLANT TEST TMORROW
BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/16
Water your plants and record data as needed
 Plant test
 HW: Ecology vocab – ONLY UP TO (and not
including) ENERGY
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Define terms and create concept webs for terms
that are marked with similar points
BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/17
Water plant and record data, as needed.
 Warm Up
1. Describe your habitat.
2. Describe your niche.
3. How many species are in a population?
 Video
 Ecology group work
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/18
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Water plants and record data, as needed.
Warm Up
Rank in order from simplest to most complex:
Ecosystem, organism, community, population,
biome
Between each level from #1, write in what gets
added to make the next level.
Video w/ notes
Complete Ecology group work
HW/CW: define and write or draw 3 examples of
each vocab term from ENERGY IN ECOSYSTEMS
BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/19
HAPPY FRIDAY!
Water plants and record data, as needed.
 Experiment check-up – turn in experiment and
data so far.
 Stamp homework
 Warm-up
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What is a limiting factor?
List three biotic limiting factors
List three abiotic limiting factors
Oh Deer!
BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/22
Water plants and record data, as needed
 Plant test return
 Warm Up
1. P 113 #10 & 11
2. P 96 answer Infer question for figure 4.5
 Graph Oh Deer data and answer Q’s–
 HW:complete Oh Deer! Graph and Q’s
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/23
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Turn in Oh Deer graph
Warm Up p 42-44
What is a trophic level?
How much energy is lost between each trophic
level of the energy pyramid?
Why is so much energy lost between trophic
levels?
Try to create a food chain with 5 trophic levels
where the top level is NOT human.
HW: Complete Food chains and Food webs ws. –
both sides
BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/24 – ECOLOGY
Water plants and record data, as needed
Stamp food web HW
Turn in experiment sheet for check-off
Warm Up pp. 42-44
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Are producers considered to be a trophic level?
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What do the arrows in food chains and food webs represent?
3.
How much of the original energy from the sun would a consumer
at the fourth trophic level get?
4.
Why are there so few large predators?
5.
(Discuss with your table and write a final joint answer in your
science journals - be thorough) Can there be more large
predators in a desert or a jungle? Explain.
Review worksheets so far
Vocab quiz Friday – through energy terms
3/24 1ST PER. BEST ANSWER TO WU #5
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A jungle has more predators because there’s
more vegetation for first level consumers to
ingest therefore it can sustain enough energy
for the predators to take in from the prey.
3/24 2ND PER. BEST ANSWER TO WU #5
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There would be more predators in a jungle
because there are more producers, therefore
more trophic levels and finally more large
predators
BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/25
ECOLOGY – CYCLING OF MATTER
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Warm up in groups
Does new matter come to the planet? If so, from
where? If not, how does new life constantly get
formed from existing matter?
What are the 2 main kingdoms of decomposers?
Use visual language to describe the planet without
decomposers in several sentences.
Look on p. GA8 at beginning of text. Which
elements must you understand the cycling of? Can
you name them?
Which of those elements do you think are two of the
main ingredients in plant fertilizer?
Don’t forget vocab quiz tomorrow
CYCLING OF MATTER
In your groups, use text book, ch 2
 Choose from any combination of comic strips,
and/or stories (from perspective of the
elements) to show
1. the travels of carbon and oxygen as they cycle.
2. nitrogen going through its various forms
3. Phosphorus cycling
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BIOLOGY AGENDA 3/26
ECOLOGY – CYCLING OF MATTER
Water plants and record data, as needed
 Vocab Quiz postponed to Monday
 Warm up
1. p 170 What are proteins made up of?
2. What elements make up amino acids?
 Experiment power point explanation
 Nitrogen cycle
 Reminder: experiment power point
presentations due next Thursday
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