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Strongsville High School Lesson Plan Form
Teacher:
Department:
For week of:
Mr. Daniel J. Mott
Science
February 20 – 25, 2012
Academic Content Standards
Biology:
AP Biology: Follow Benchmarks/Indicators established by the College Board Biology Curriculum
Monday 2/20
Lesson Objectives/Activities:
Course: Biology
Course: AP Biology
Cell Test / BOD #2 Post Test Review
Start Ch. 10 “Cell Growth”
The student will be able to:
1. review answers to Friday’s Test on Cell Structure
and Function
2. review the idea of surface area/volume ratios that
limit the size of cell growth.
10.2 Light Reactions
Materials:
Lecture / Chalk talk
The student will be able to:
1. Discuss the physical nature of light
2. Discuss how light interacts with objects
3. explain the function of light in the Light
Reactions
4. explain how the electrons move to charge ATP
Lecture
Homework:
HMWK: Reading Guide 10-1
Study Guide, Vocabulary – Due on day of Test
Tuesday 2/21
Mitosis – Cell Reproduction
Lesson Objectives/Activities:
The student will be able to:
1. draw and label the parts of mitosis or cell division
2. explain the function of each phase of mitosis
Materials:
Chalktalk / Lecture
Lab: Exercise 6.3 “Separation and Identification of Plant
pigments by Paper Chrmoatograph”
Prepare for lab 6.4 “Determining the Absorption
Spectrum for Leaf Pigments” - Class Project  Thurs.
The student will be able to:
1. separate pigments according to their polarity using a
lab technique called Paper Chromatography.
2. Identify pigments that are separated
Lab materials
Homework:
Web survey: 10-1 Limits to Cell Size – found on class
website
Reading Guide 10-2 Cell Division
Activity: Observing Mitosis in Onion Cells
Wednesday 2/22
Study Guide, Vocabulary – Due on day of Test
Lesson Objectives/Activities:
The student will be able to:
1. use microscope skills to find onion cell chromosomes
2. find, draw, and identify the phases of mitosis
Materials:
Lab materials
10.3 Dark Reactions
10.4 C3, C4, CAM carbon fixation pathways
The student will be able to:
1. explain the general process involved in the dark
reactions.
2. identify differences between C3, C4, and CAM plants
Lecture
Homework:
Survey 10-2 Cell Division – found class website
Study Guide, Vocabulary – Due on day of Test
Complete Online Onion Root Tips -
http://www.biology.arizona.edu/cell_bio/activities/cel
l_cycle/cell_cycle.html
Lab 6.4 “Determining the Absorption Spectrum for Leaf
Pigments”
The student will be able to:
1. use the chemical technique of paper chromatography
to isolate a pigment
2. use the Spec-20 to identify the absorption spectrum of
the different pigments isolated via Paper
Chromatography
Lab materials
Thursday 2/23
Review via video / Jeopardy Review
Lesson Objectives/Activities:
The student will be able to:
1. review material relating to Cell Size and Division
2. prepare themselves for test tomorrow
Materials:
Video / Jeopardy Questions
Homework:
** Pre-test Review – afterschool Rm 706, 2:30’ish-3:15’ish
Study for tomorrow test –
a. Study Guide and Voc. Flashcards Due tomorrow.
Ch.10 “Cell Growth and Division” Test
Study Guide, Vocabulary – Due on day of Test
Materials:
The student will be able to:
1. demonstrate knowledge, understanding, and application
of material learned during our time in this material, under
written test conditons.
Ch. 10 Test
The student will be able to:
1. use knowledge obtained during the week to solve
problems involving photosynthesis.
2. use problems to review concepts learned
Photosynthesis problem solving set
Homework:
None.
Study Guide, Vocabulary – Due on day of Test
Friday 2/24
Lesson Objectives/Activities:
Problem Solving / Review Day