Unit 3: Cells

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Transcript Unit 3: Cells

Unit 3: Cells
11/10 - 1/16
Monday 11/10
Learning Targets:
1) I can describe the jobs of the major cell organelles.
2) I compare and contrast the prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells
Warm Up:
1) Turn in any missing work to Ms. Crocker
2) Find your new seat
3) Grab a new Warm-Up Sheet
Agenda:
1) Cells - Structure and Function
Homework: None
Wednesday 11/12
Learning Targets:
1) I can create a wet mount slide and use a microscope to view it.
3) I can display my microscope slide observations in a detailed, clear fashion.
Warm Up:
Use your Cell structure and Function Notes to match the cell organelle with its description and function
1) Nucleus
a) Only in plant cells,
performs photosynthesis
2) Mitochondria
b) Center of the cell,
controls cell activity
3) Lysosome
c) Breaks down waste
in the cell
4) Chloroplast
d) Powerhouse,
produces energy for the cell to function
Agenda:
1) Microscopes Lab
2) Cell Structure and Function (If Time Allows)
Homework: Ch 7-3 Assessment Questions (Due Wednesday 11/19)
Monday 11/17
Learning Targets:
1) I can explain how the shape of a cell allows it to do its job
Warm Up:
Next Slide
Agenda:
1) Frog Cells Lab
2) Cell Structure and Function (If Time Allows)
Homework: Ch 7-3 Assessment Questions (Due Wednesday 11/19)
Warm Up Question
Use your cell notes packet for
help. Match the bold parts of
the city with the parts of the
cell. You may work with a
partner (someone next to you).
Example: Protein - Widget
1. Mitochondria
2. Ribosomes
3. Nucleus
4. Golgi Apparatus
5. Cell Membrane
In a far away city called Grant City, the main export and
production product is the steel widget. Everyone in the town has
something to do with steel widget making and the entire town is
designed to build and export widgets. The town hall has the
instructions for widget making, widgets come in all shapes and
sizes and any sizes and any citizen of Grant can get the
instructions and begin making their own widgets. Widgets are
generally produced in small shops located around the city.
After the widget is constructed, they are exported outside of the
city. In order for a widget to be exported, the carts take the widget
to the postal office, where the widgets are packaged and labeled
for export. The town powers the widget shops and carts from a
hydraulic dam that is in the city. The entire city is enclosed by a
large wooden fence, only the postal trucks (and citizens with
proper passports) are allowed outside the city.
Wednesday 11/19
Learning Targets:
1) I can identify the main jobs of the cell membrane and the cell wall.
2) I can describe how the cell membrane controls the flow of materials into and
out of the cell.
Warm Up:
Prepare for self quiz
Agenda:
1) Cell Membrane Notes
2) Cell Membrane Poster
Homework: SQ3R 7-4 (Due Monday 11/24)
Friday 11/21 (Quiz Monday)
Learning Targets:
1) I can identify the main jobs of the cell membrane and the cell wall.
2) I can describe how the cell membrane controls the flow of materials into and out of the cell.
Warm Up:
1) Passive Transport (diffusion, facilitated diffusion, osmosis) moves molecules from
____________ concentration to ____________ concentration.
2) Active moves molecules from _________ concentration to __________ concentration.
Agenda:
1) Red Onion Osmosis Lab
Homework: SQ3R 7-4 (Due Monday 11/24)
Monday 11/24
Learning Targets:
1) I can explain how cells are organized in systems.
Warm Up:
Prepare for quiz
Agenda:
1) Cell Specialization
2) Red Onion Cell Lab
3) Cell Quiz 1
Homework: None
Monday 12/1 (Warm Up Sheet up
front)
Learning Targets:
1) I can describe the jobs of the major cell organelles.
Warm Up:
Choose the correct cell type.
1) Bacterial cells are Prokaryotic/Eukaryotic.
2) Animal cells are Prokaryotic/Eukaryotic.
3) Plant cells are Prokaryotic/Eukaryotic.
Agenda:
1) Cells Analogy Poster
2) Quiz Corrections (Due Monday 12/8)
Homework: SQ3R 10-2 (Due Friday 12/5), Test Corrections (Due Monday 12/8)
Wednesday 12/3
Learning Targets:
1) I can explain the relationship between surface area and volume (SA/V) in a cell.
Warm Up:
1) What types of materials does a cell require (what moves in and out of the cell across the cell
membrane)?
Agenda:
1) SA/V Diffusion Lab
2) Cell Analogy Poster (Due Today)
Homework: SQ3R 10-2 (Due Friday 12/5), Test Corrections (Due Monday 12/8) ← Directions
on Website
Exit Questions
Why are cells so small? Use observations and
data from the lab to back up your answer.
Finished Lab and Exit Question and nothing to do? Work on:
● Cell Analogy Poster (Due Today)
● SQ3R 10-2
● Test Corrections
Friday 12/5
Learning Targets:
1) I can explain the relationship between surface area and volume (SA/V) in a cell.
2) I can explain how the shape of a cell allows it to do its job
Warm Up:
1) Which is the best for quick diffusion into a cell?
a. A cell with large SA:V ratio (large SA, small V)
b. A cell with small SA:V ratio (small SA, large V)
c. A cell with equal SA:V ratio (SA and V are the same)
d. All would diffuse equally
Agenda:
1) Diffusion Races
Homework: Test Corrections (Due Monday 12/8)
Monday 12/8 (Quiz 12/17)
Learning Targets:
1) I can explain how mitosis solves the problem of cell growth.
Warm Up:
1) Name the other three ways besides diffusion that the cell membrane regulates what comes
in and out of a cell (use cell membrane notes if you cannot remember).
Agenda:
1) Turn in Test Corrections and Cell Analogy Poster if you did not turn it in last week
2) Cell Growth Notes
3) Mitosis Simulation
Homework: Chapter 10-3 Section Assessment Questions (Due 12/12 - Change Due Date on
Unit Calendar)
Wednesday 12/10 (Quiz 12/17)
Learning Targets:
1) I can explain how mitosis solves the problem of cell growth.
Warm Up:
1) What is the importance of interphase in the life cycle of a cell?
Agenda:
1) Onion Root Mitosis Lab
Homework: Chapter 10-3 Section Assessment Questions (Due 12/12)
Exit Question
What is the purpose of the following phases of
interphase?
a. G1 Phase
b. S Phase
c. G2 Phase
Monday 12/15 (Quiz Wednesday)
Learning Targets:
1) I can explain how cancer cells are different from other cells.
Warm Up:
1) Why do cells need to go through mitosis?
Agenda:
1) Cancer Warrior Video
2) Chapter 10 Study Guide
Homework: Bring your textbook, Study for Quiz on Wednesday
Monday ⅕ (New Sheets up front)
Learning Targets:
1) I can identify the main job of the cell membrane.
2) I can identify a real life example of the importance of the cell membrane in
the human body.
Warm Up:
1) Welcome back! What was the highlight of your winter break?
Agenda:
1) Introduction to Osmosis and Cholera Lab
2) Portfolio Work
Homework: None
Wednesday 1/7
Learning Targets:
1) I can identify the main job of the cell membrane.
2) I can identify a real life example of the importance of the cell membrane in the human body.
Warm Up: Use the picture to answer the questions.
1) Which way will the water move, into or out of the cell?
2) Is the solution that the cell in: hypertonic, hypotonic, or
isotonic?
Agenda:
1) Osmosis and Cholera Lab
2) Quiz Corrections (If Time)
Homework: Two Portfolio Entries by Monday 1/12
Exit Question
Why would giving someone pure water make
his/her cholera symptoms worse?
Friday ⅛
Warm Up:
1) Identify whether the following methods of cell membrane control need
energy.
a. Diffusion
b. Osmosis
c. Facilitated diffusion
d. Active Transport
Agenda:
1) Turn in Test Corrections if you have them ← Final due date is Monday 1/12
2) Water Rights
Homework: Two Completed Portfolio Entries by 1/12
Monday 1/12
Learning Targets:
1) I can define an enzyme.
2) I can identify the role of enzymes in organisms.
Warm Up:
1) List anything you already know about enzymes.
Agenda:
1) Turn in Quiz Corrections and Water Rights
2) Enzyme Notes
3) Chemical Reactions and Enzymes Handout
Homework: None
Exit Question
Why would the human body need to maintain
homeostasis (stable internal pH, Temperature,
salinity, water content) to live? Use enzymes as
part of your explanation.
Please Turn In
Wednesday 1/14
Learning Targets:
1) I can define an enzyme.
2) I can identify the role of enzymes in organisms.
Warm Up: True or False. Fix the false statements.
1) Enzymes are specific.
2) Enzymes are used up by the chemical reactions they catalyze.
3) Enzymes speed up reactions by increasing activation energy.
4) The reactant in a chemical reaction is also called a substrate.
Agenda:
1) Bean Amylase Lab
Homework: Four completed portfolios by Monday 1/19
Exit Question
Define indicator. What are they used for?
What to turn in:
1. Lab work
2. Individual Work
3. Handout from Monday
Friday 1/16
Learning Targets:
N/A
Warm Up:
What happens to the enzyme when it has been denatured? Can a denatured enzyme
still perform its function?
Agenda:
1) Turn in Amylase Lab and Conclusion and Enzyme Handout (If you didn’t turn it
in on Wednesday)
2) EOC Practice Prompt
Homework: 4 completed portfolios by Wednesday 1/21