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Monday
10/3   A                       

 

LE Week #5!  Double  Take the Vocab Quiz. When finished, get your Binder from the slot. File Lab 3 (Comparing Living/Nonliving Things, 60 min) and Lab 4 (Thumb Wrestling, 40 min). Total your Lab Minutes and write that number to the left of Lab #4. Test 1 Back on "Life and Scientific Method". Continue with the Human Digestive System Diagram. Copy the color Key from the board to now color the organs: some will be striped colors! 

 

Tuesday
9/27   A            


   

Double: Set up for Lab #5 (Radish seeds into baggies for 48 hours). Continue with notes from PPT slides 18-24. Label the Human Digestive system on p 3 in your Packet (use The Whale book, p 947). Then work on filling in the blanks on pp 4,5,6 in class (or finish for HW). HW:Read in Text pp 60-63 about carbs, lipids, and proteins. Read p 66-67 about Enzymes. Check the Board for Vocab words on your next quiz! DATA, ORGANIZATION, DEVELOPMENT, ADAPTATION, HEREDITY, INDEPENDENT VARIABLE, DEPENDENT VARIABLE, STIMULUS, RESPONSE
I stay after school on Tuesdays or Wednesdays (depending on meetings). Stay after if you need any extra help on LABS or any units in The Living Environment.

Wednesday

9/28   B              

Single: Check your filled-in blanks on pp 4,5,6 in Packet. Test 1 Back Soon (be sure it's completed in the TC). Vocab Quiz on Thursday.  HW: Make vocab cards and bring them on Monday.
 
Thursday 
9/29   A
Double. Finish pp 6,7,8 in Packet.  Complete Lab #5:Test a Hypothesis (count your sprouted seeds and get a new question sheet to staple to your original sheet). Hand it in! HW:Label the Human Digestive System Diagram 1-12 on "p 1" in your Packet.
 Friday

9/30   B  
WELLNESS DAY AT BAKER HIGH







IF YOU ARE ABSENT FOR A LAB: Living Environment laboratory make-up labs are scheduled for TUESDAYS after school (unless a meeting is scheduled) at 2:25 pm in Room 1221. (Please let me know you'll be staying by signing the notepad in 1221 before or after class).

Tutorial sessions for Living Env. are available on WEDNESDAYS after school unless there is a meeting that I need to attend. 

The TEST CENTER is also available EVERY PERIOD of the school day. Be sure to seek help and make up your missed Quizzes and Tests if Absent in Living Environment
!   DON'T WAIT.

ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Please see SUPPLY LIST below.



Homework Assignments are above, View the PowerPoints from class again.



Do the CASTLE LEARNING review assignments for EXTRA CREDIT before each unit test.



The world is ALIVE and filled with life. View the PowerPoints from class again.



Don't forget that I am available for tutorial sessions after school ON WED unless I have a meeting. Get some help when needed: I will give you a pass to your sports practice.



Helpful hints:Re-read your Living Env. notes from class, HIGHLIGHT your PowerPoint notes, read your textbook assignments, make flash cards using castlelearning.com and/or studyblue.com , and do your personal best!



A minimum of 1200 satisfactory LAB MINUTES are required for ALL NYS Regents Science courses in order to be eligible to take the Regents Exam.



LE Supply List: TWO 3-ring binders ( 1" and 2"), looseleaf paper for binder, (the 1" binder is for your labs), pens (blue or black), pencils(for graphs/drawings), 1 box of colored pencils, a highlighter, and 100 3X5 cards.



Current Topic: Intro to LE: What is Life? GRRSNERT! {Please refer to the course expectation sheet for additional information on this course}.



Regents Exam in LE
The regents exam will be given in January and June 2017

LINKS:
Try some Review here for the Midterm/Regents Exam
Do Castle Learning for extra credit
Regents Review LIVE!
The Respiratory System notes (MakeMeGenius)
Labquest: "New" Karyotyping Method
Labquest: Karyotyping and Mutations
Labquest: Mutations, Activity One
A. Replication and Protein Synthesis
B. Protein Synthesis
C. Protein Synthesis
D. Mutations
E. Replication
Labquest: Mutations, Activity Two
Site 1 - Lew-Port Meiosis Page
Site 2 - Sumanas Animation of Meiosis
Site 3 - Biology in Motion (Meiosis)/ Study Guide and Practice Quiz
Site 4 - PBS: Mitosis vs. Meiosis
Survival Guide: Final Review for LE (Boot Camp)
What you need to know to Pass the LE Regents Exam
BENEFICIAL BATS!
Bowling Ball and Feathers in a Vacuum
Cells Alive : Internet Lessons and Puzzles
Cool Bio Video Site
DNA Workshop for LE
Dog Bone Bonding Analogy
Holt, Rinehart, and Winston Electronic TEXT for LE
Lab Safety from your LE Text
LE Regents exams WITH THE ANSWERS
LE Regents Practice Exams
Mitosis and Cancer Webquest
Mrs. Canale's site
PEPPERED MOTH Simulation
Photosynthesis packet
The Panama Puzzle
Virology (Smallpox)
What is a Protein?
What is your Learning Style? How do YOU learn?
Human Body, Part #1: Digestion
"Scientific Method: Investigation"
CLICK HERE for Mr. Malecki's Regents Earth Science Webpage
Sing along with "THE ELEMENT SONG"!
DNA/RNA Explorebiology
Mutations (Explorebiology)
Photosynthesis (Explore Biology)
Protein Synthesis Explorebiology
CORNELL BIRD WEBCAM
Enzyme WEB ACTIVITY
Human Pedigree Symbols and Notations (divorce, death, etc.)
Evolution Webquest: Fossil Evidence
Evolution Webquest: More Anatomical Evidence
Evolution Webquest:Biochemical Evidence
Evolution Webquest:Even More Anatomical Evidence
Evolution Webquest:Even More Biochemical Evidence
Evolution Webquest:More Biochemical Evidence
Online Lesson Protista
Evolution Webquest: Anatomical Evidence
Evolution Webquest: Embryological Evidence

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