Don't forget that your body systems quiz is Monday, Jan. 22nd.
You need to know all 6 body systems, their functions, organs & their functions. As well, how those systems can be affected.
Everything is due tomorrow for your body systems project! You will be presenting no matter what!
Please see below for the rubric.
Remember that Monday is your last workday! Your project should be almost completed and only need to make some final touches or edits on Monday.
Here are the Easel.ly passwords:
8D: rIZkT (it's a capital i)
You will be presenting on Tuesday!
On Monday we began our "Body Systems Project"! Each student is a part of a group that was assigned a body system. They need to do the following four parts:
2. Life size visual
3. Doctor's panel
Please see the powerpoint for more info.
Tuesday, Jan. 16th - Presentation day (everything complete)
Thursday, Jan. 18th - Doctor's Panel
Monday, Jan. 22nd - Body Systems Quiz
Today we learned about fluid movement in cells. Check out the powerpoint for more info.
Stem Cell assignments were also handed back. If you have not handed yours in, please do so ASAP!
Today we learned about science during the Renaissance! Students identified key factors, vocabulary and how it is similar and different than today.
Remember your science quiz is Monday!!
On Monday, Dec. 18th we will be having a science quiz. You should know the following:
Today we learned all about cell organelles. Check out the pdf if you missed anything! Sorry the color copy was too large to upload!
On Monday, student will be doing a lab with a microscope. In preparing for this students are expected to complete the following virtual labs.
Brain Pop: https://www.brainpop.com/games/virtuallabsusingthemicroscope/
University of Delaware: https://www1.udel.edu/biology/ketcham/microscope/scope.html
After you have completed these virtual labs you may explore these other sites:
History of Microscopes: http://www.visioneng.com/resources/history-of-the-microscope
Virtual Scanning Electron Microscope:
Photo Gallery: http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/micro/gallery.html
Or explore sites on this page: http://www.kathimitchell.com/micros.html
We learned all about the levels of organization. Please see that attached powerpoint to fill in the scaffolded notes. As well, the stem cell assignment is on the back of the notes!