Posted by: mrborden | September 28, 2014

Week 7 Cell Lab and Cystic Fibrosis case study




Sept 29 2014
QFD: The trouble with being punctual is that nobody’s there to appreciate it. Franklin P. Jones
?FD: What were your results from viewing the microscopes, compare them with your neighbors to determine what cell types they were and why?
Learning Objective: Students will know and be able to : Demonstrate knowledge about various cell types through experimentation and discovery by completing a lab experiment. Students will analyze and plot bacterial cultures using Microsoft excel and post to their Google account. Students will analyze cell cultures to determine the type of bacteria grown. Students will investigate macromolecules and how cells become specialized by reading, writing , and conjecture.
1) discussion cell types
2) continuation lab ( cheek cells) and pond water identifying structures and organisms

cheekcelllab

<a href=’http://www.biologycorner.com/worksheets/cheekcell.html#.VChmmdtzpFI.wordpress’>Cheek Cell Lab</a>
Sept 30 2014
QFD: Strive for excellence, not perfection. H. Jackson Brown Jr.,
?FD: Name an organism you saw in the pond water?
Learning Objective: Students will know and be able to : Demonstrate knowledge about various cell types through experimentation and discovery by completing a lab experiment. Students will analyze and plot bacterial cultures using Microsoft excel and post to their Google account. Students will analyze cell cultures to determine the type of bacteria grown. Students will investigate macromolecules and how cells become specialized by reading, writing , and conjecture.

October 1 2014
QFD: We must use time as a tool, not as a crutch. John F. Kennedy
?FD: Describe how the use of experimentation is helpful for scientists and in your every day lives? provide 3 examples
Learning Objective: Students will know and be able to : Demonstrate knowledge about various cell types through experimentation and discovery by completing a lab experiment. Students will analyze and plot bacterial cultures using Microsoft excel and post to their Google account. Students will analyze cell cultures to determine the type of bacteria grown. Students will investigate macromolecules and how cells become specialized by reading, writing , and conjecture.

Google classroom passwords

1) 0jhyug6

3) l4ujhy

4)  plxar0w

5) 8q8wlx

6) nalswg
Oct 2 2014
QFD: H. L. Mencken (1880 – 1956)You can’t do anything about the length of your life, but you can do something about its width and depth. Evan Esar
?FD: Name and describe 3 macro molecules
Learning Objective: Students will know and be able to : Demonstrate knowledge about various cell types through experimentation and discovery by completing a lab experiment. Students will analyze and plot bacterial cultures using Microsoft excel and post to their Google account. Students will analyze cell cultures to determine the type of bacteria grown. Students will investigate macromolecules and how cells become specialized by reading, writing , and conjecture.

1) case study

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<a href=’http://www.biologycorner.com/worksheets/case_study_cystic_fibrosis.html#.VChlNcpReTo.wordpress’>Case Study: Cystic Fibrosis</a>.
Oct 3 2014
QFD: Paul Klee (1879 – 1940)The whole life of man is but a point of time; let us enjoy it. Plutarch
?FD: What is glucose? describe its bonding structure
Learning Objective: Students will know and be able to : Demonstrate knowledge about various cell types through experimentation and discovery by completing a lab experiment. Students will analyze and plot bacterial cultures using Microsoft excel and post to their Google account. Students will analyze cell cultures to determine the type of bacteria grown. Students will investigate macromolecules and how cells become specialized by reading, writing , and conjecture.

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Responses

  1. Mr. Borden I won’t be in class tomorrow because I have a tennis game. Will I miss anything? Or will we have homework?

    • We r going over the article pages 2-3 tomorrow please read them and ask questions using the classroom module

      • Wait what do you mean ask questions?

      • You are definitely going need to ask questions about what you read in those pages and some of the complex words like we did today

  2. You put September 31st instead of October 1st Mr. Borden. lol

    • What are you talking about lol

  3. Hey, so do we answer questions 10-13 on Google classroom or Google drive?

    • Yes under the ones you already answered


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