Chapter 6-10 Review (to get started on early if you want:)
Share comparisons at your table
Basic use-what are the different parts of the microscope and what are they for
Using compound light microscopes, compare Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells on prepared slides
sketch a drawing of each-take your time
try to identify structures of each
add to your Concept/Bubble Map or Venn diagram comparing Prokaryotic to Eukaryotic cells
HW: Start Chapter 6-10 Review and Chapter 6 flash cards.
MU: Come in before or after school to use the microscope to compare prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, start Chapter 6-10 Review and flashcards.
Review videos, comparison and microscope exploration
Brainstorm functions that living things need to perform to survive
how do prokaryotes and eukaryotes perform each function
evidence to support this theory
Review AP Free Response Question
Discussion about differences in cells: What are the advantages and disadvantages of being eukaryotic vs. prokaryotic? If a eukaryotic cell ate/engulfed a prokaryotic cell but didn't digest it, what would be a sign?
Make Shrinky Dink Cells -can make an animal or plant cell using the text book as a guide for the different parts label all parts and write functions for each (make sure to include all from the list in class)
Watch The Inner Life of a Cell Video while making shrinky dinks
HW: Finish shrinky dink and make flashcards for all the parts of the cell (from list made in class), on the back put the function of the organelle, a drawing of the organelle, and the part on your body that does the same function as the organelle does. Can use Cellular Organelles Video or Parts of a Cell Video as resource.
MU: Watch video link above and make flashcards for all the parts of the cell, on the back put the function of the organelle, a drawing of the organelle, and the part on your body that does the same function as the organelle does. Can use Cellular Organelles Video as resource.
Review functions of organelles as a class-what do they really mean
using shrinky dink cells
Describe structure of each organelle- how does structure support function of each?
How could each structure be improved to help with the function?
What in the classroom has the most similar function?
HW: Finish Chapter 6 flash cards if you have not done so and study for Cell Parts Structure and Function Quiz
MU: Complete writing assignment as described above and do flash cards of cell parts if you have not done so.
Cell Parts Structure and Function Quiz
take, grade, discuss
Start discussing/reviewing structure and function of the plasma membrane
Review Notes and questions you had from video
Fluid Mosaic Model of Cell Membrane Fluid Mosiac Model Interactive website
brainstorm parts of membrane and discuss items that could be used to model each item in the cell membrane that would give it similar properties
in a table, review each part of the cell membrane, their structure and function and then what could represent them in a model of the membrane
MU: Copy down table from Fluid Mosaic Model of Cell Membrane, watch Transport Across Cell Membranes Video and take notes.
Review questions you had from the video
Watch The Inner Life of a Cell Video for structure of cell parts
Cell Transport Animations
Diffusion demo mixing red food dye into solutions at various temperatures
start planning for demonstrations
HW: Look up how each of the molecules in the modeling activity linked above get across the membrane, both the name and the parts invovled for our modeling on Monday.
MU: Check out video and activity linked so you are ready for Monday.
plan in your groups
take turns modeling each situation
HW: Study for Plasma Membrane and Cellular Transport Quiz
MU: Study for Plasma Membrane and Cellular Transport Quiz
Plasma Membrane and Cellular Transport Quiz
Start Lab 4: Osmosis and Diffusion Investigation (student version starts on page 15)
go through background for investigation review water potential
design an experiment to explore diffusion and osmosis with your group
brainstorm what you want to explore: possible independent variables-type of potato put in solution, mass of potato put in solution, type of solution potato was put in, type of solution put in dialysis tubing, type of solution in cup that full dialysis tubing was put in
dependent variable-percent change in mass
HW: Read the whole background and do your pre-lab for Lab 4: Osmosis and Diffusion Investigation-student version on pg 15 (include 10 (or more) sentences from background that you feel are important and will help you have success with this lab, purpose question (testing the affect of one of the independent variables listed above on the dependent variable listed above), hypothesis, null hypothesis, procedure with variables labeled, labeled drawing of set up, and data table to collect your data)
MU: Read the whole background and do your pre-lab for Lab 4: Osmosis and Diffusion Investigation-student version on pg 15 (include 10 (or more) sentences from background that you feel are important and will help you have success with this lab, purpose question (testing the affect of one of the independent variables listed above on the dependent variable listed above), hypothesis, null hypothesis, procedure with variables labeled, labeled drawing of set up, and data table to collect your data)
Get pre-lab checked off
Set up your experiment to collect data over night
Go over parts of background
Go over ways to set up/modify procedure and data table
HW: Modify your procedure for Lab 4: Osmosis and Diffusion Investigation if necessary.
MU: Come in before or after school to make up Lab 4: Osmosis and Diffusion Investigation
Finish Part 1 Lab 4: Osmosis and Diffusion Investigation
Discuss water potential and equations used to solve for it
Discuss how to find unknown solute concentration in a plant cell.
Collect final mass data for diffusion/osmosis experiment
HW: Finish analysis and conclusion questions
MU: Get data from someone in your group and do analysis and conclusion questions.
Hand back FRQs
discuss tips for taking FRQs
review resources for studying for FRQs
Answer questions about analysis and conclusion
Does cell size or shape affect rate of diffusion?
Design an experiment to test the question you chose be sure to include: Purpose question, Hypothesis, Null hypothesis, Procedure, Drawing of set up and Data Table
HW: Finish pre-lab described above for Lab 4: Osmosis and Diffusion Investigation Part 1
MU: Get questions answered about analysis and conclusion for Part 2 and 3 and do pre-lab described above for LAB 4: Osmosis and Diffusion Investigation Part 1.
Get pre-lab checked off
Start collecting data
Make sure to record mass of each "cell" you make in analysis section, time it took to completely diffuse through your cell (if not part of your table), and dimensions of your cell.
Work on analysis and conclusion
HW: Finish analysis and conclusion
MU: Come in after school to do the Cell Size Exploration
Finish/Discuss Cell Size Exploration
discuss analysis questions and conclusion questions
discuss Scanning Reading Strategy to be efficient with your testing
Review how water loss/gain in plant cells differs from water loss/gain in animal cells (Plasmolysis Video)
how would you get the points
MU: Do AP FRQs linked above, Review Cell Size FRQ and determine how you would go about solving it, and study for Osmosis and Diffusion Lab Quiz
and Diffusion Lab Quiz
take, grade and discuss
Turn in Osmosis and Diffusion Lab
HW: None, enjoy your break, be thankful!
MU: Turn in your Osmosis and Diffusion Lab
Write down and define any words that you do not recognize,
Write down questions you have (must have at least 3),
Count and record different species of carnivorous plants,
Describe/take notes on how the various plants use water to capture insects,
After reading the article, write a summary that describes how the different plants use osmotic pressure to capture insects.
HW: Finish application article summary, do Flashcards for Chapter 6, 7 and 8 vocabulary that you have not completed yet and watch Cellular Respiration Video or read Chapter 9 taking notes of important content.
MU: Come in after school to take Graphing pre-assessment, read National Geographic article and follow directions above to analyze it, work on Review for Chapter 6-11 Test and watch Cellular Respiration Video.
Draw a picture of the cell to discuss where various parts of cellular respiration takes place
Review questions from
carnivorous plants article
Go through Chapter 9: Cellular Respiration Notes (pgs 1-33)
as a class discuss how each step of glycolysis occurs using diagram and magnified view of process
can print and use Chapter 9 Reading Guide to support lecture notes
HW: Work on Chapter 9 flash cards
MU: Review PowerPoint pages above and animations, and watch linked videos.
Continue Chapter 9: Cellular Respiration Notes (pgs 23-33)
Finish reviewing Electron Transport Chain and Oxidative Phosphorylation (compare to substrate phosphorylation which takes place in glycolysis and Kreb's cycle)
Review whole process of Cellular Respiration- what the the parts called, where do they take place, how much ATP is made in each part, how is the ATP made in each part, what is necessary for electron transport chain to start (watch animation, series of animations or simulation to support)
Introduce Lactic Acid and Alcohol Fermentation and its purpose
MU: Review PowerPoint notes and someone else's notes from class, watch videos and animations linked above and for HW.
Discuss factors that affect Cellular Respiration and ways to measure Cellular Respiration
Explore apparatus for AP BIO Lab #5: Cellular Respiration
Start pre-lab for AP BIO Lab #5: Cellular Respiration (write summary of background-at least 4 sentences-and objectives, design an experiment to test a question of your choice, include a purpose question, hypothesis, null hypothesis, procedure, drawing of set up that you will use, and a data table to record data in)
HW: Finish pre-lab for AP BIO Lab #5: Cellular Respiration (see above for what needs to be included).
MU: Do pre-lab for AP BIO Lab #5: Cellular Respiration (see above for what needs to be included).