Ms Clark’s Science
This web page is designed to keep students and parents abreast of the assignments and activities in my science classes. The links at the bottom of this page are for those who would like to go further. The challenge questions are worth 5 points extra credit on student’s homework grades for the week. To see other resources for student biology book, click here.
Assignments for theWeek:
|Read pages 201-206. Do Osmosis and Active Transport worksheets and Lab 8-1: Normal and Plasmolyzyed Cells (in class). Do Section 8.1: Cellular Transport Reinforcement and Study Guide and the Section Assessment on page 206, questions 1-5, writing answers in complete sentences (for homework). The Reinforcement and Study Guide worksheet may be found at: http://www.glencoe.com/sec/science/biology/bio2000/pdfs/bdol8-1.pdf|
|Read pages 207-216. Do Mitosis worksheet (in class) and Section 8.2: Cell Growth and Reproduction Reinforcement and Study Guide (for homework). The Reinforcement and Study Guide may be found at: http://www.glencoe.com/sec/science/biology/bio2000/pdfs/bdol8-2.pdf|
|Read pages 217-219. Do BioLab: Where Is Mitosis Most Common? lab (in class) and go to computer lab to complete lab report. Do Section 8.3: Control of the Cell Cycle Reinforcement and Study Guide and the Section Assessment on page 219, questions 1-5, writing answers in complete sentences (for homework). The Reinforcement and Study Guide may be found at: http://www.glencoe.com/sec/science/biology/bio2000/pdfs/bdol8-3.pdf|
|Do Chapter 8: Cellulary Transport and the Cell Cycle Chapter Assessment (in class) and study for tomorrow’s test (homework). Students may review at home on the computer at http://www.quia.com/tq/174849.html.|
|Test on Test on Chapter 8: Cellular Transport and the Cell Cycle. Students may do a vocabulary word search puzzle after the test for extra credit.|
Links of the Week:
Mitosis–a Labeled Diagram: http://www.accessexcellence.com/AB/GG/mitosis.html
Mitosis on the Run: http://www.salineschools.com/users/diabt/mitosis.gif
Halloween Fun: http://www.abhall.com/
Challenge Question of the Week:
What is the linear measurement whose name is derived from a latin word meaning ‘measuring rod’ and that has been defined as being: one ten-millionth of the Earth’s quadrant; 1,650,763.73 wavelengths of the orange-red light emitted by the radiocative isotope krypton-86; or, as the distance that light travels in a vacuum in 0.0000003 of a second?
(Email your answer to me. You may use any source to research the answer.)