Read textbook section 7.1 (p. 248-257 – Static Charge) and complete workbook section 7.1 (p. 98-103). Mini-test on Safety and Scientific Inquiry Skills next Friday, 27 Sep 2013.
Safety mini-test on Tuesday 24 Sep.
Finish worksheet handed out in class on the periodic table.
Work on section 4.1 in the workbook.
Have a nice weekend!
Please finish looking at/studying the PPT 4.1 – chemistry.
Please do BLM 10 and 13, as well as the periodic table worksheet handed out in class, for practice.
We will have a mini-test on Safety/Science skills on 30 September.
Finish reading biological molecules (Ch. 2) and begin reading Ch. 24 on DNA Replication, etc.
Answer the question given in class: Explain how structure is related to function in nucleic acids.
Please see the online resources (blog post) and the resources available on the moodle site.
Bring $10 for workbook or please see me if there are any concerns. Thank you.
Please do p. 2-7 in workbook (safety). Also, continue with the mini-poster showing the 6 parts of the scientific method found on p. 463-466 (Observation, hypothesis, prediction, variables, fair test, conclusion). Be sure to colour the poster and show that you understand what each of the six parts involves in conducting a scientific inquiry.
Be sure to enroll in the moodle course (sc9mart 2-1) by logging in with your JO gmail username (example: first initial and last name followed by 2 digits for grad year). All passwords were changed to jostudent this year, so use that to log in first and then change the password. To enroll in the course, leave the enrollment key field blank.
Another resource for Biology 12:
Check it out!
Please enroll in the moodle course. All student passwords were changed to jostudent this year, so use that to enter and then change your password.
Leave the enrolment key blank when enrolling in the course (sc10mart 1-4).
For homework, finish the graphs we were working on in class. The information is on the Moodle site – it is called BLM G-07. You an refer to BLM G-07 for the data table in case you need it.
Review BLM G-02, G-03, G-04, G-06 and G-07 and be able to answer any questions listed there. I will not be collecting these, but please use them as a review. You should be comfortable with all the BLMs up to G-07.
Please bring $10 for workbook if you still don’t have one. I will be assigning homework from it next class. If you have a concern, please come to discuss it with me.
Print the “WS Evolution” (4 pages) available on the Moodle site. Be sure you have enrolled as a student (or, as a last resort, as a guest).
Review the notes on Evolution and the Powerpoint notes on Evolution.
Test next week, Tuesday, on the Cell and Cell Parts/Functions.
Study safety rules and WMHIS symbols.
Finish the rest of the BLMs (use as practice – I will not be collecting these) available on the Moodle site.
A key is provided there for your reference.
Find one example of each of the following, giving the proper name (eg. Hemoglobin, glucose, cholesterol, etc), structure (draw a diagram) and the function in cells/living things: Carbohydrate, lipid, protein.
Be sure to review the online notes (see my earlier blog post for the link) on nucleic acids.