Posted by: mrborden | August 23, 2015

Week 3 characteristics of living things …biochemistry


August 24 2015
QFD: When science finally locates the center of the universe, some people will be surprised to learn they’re not it.
Wod: abiogenesis – or spontaneous generation
1.the now discredited theory that living organisms can arise spontaneously from inanimate matter; spontaneous generation.
Essential Question of the Day: Name 3 qualities that all living things share … For a and p name 3 elements that all living things have
This weeks learning objective: (biology) students will know and understand the similarities and differences between non living and living things and be able to demonstrate knowledge concerning homeostasis
(Anatomy and physiology ) Students will know and understand anatomical terminology and be able to demonstrate their knowledge through a kinesthetic demonstration and a practical exam.. Students will also understand the biochemistry of life CHONPS and be able to justify why living things exist
Today’s performance objective : students will learn the proper note taking technique required for this class
Biology- notes . Living vs non living things ..students will demonstrate their understanding of homeostasis by completing a drawing demonstrating an object that also has works on the same principles as homework , students will present their websites on Thursday ..students will also write Cornell notes on the differences between living and non living things
Anatomy and Physiology – students will finish their pictures and websites and have their packets checked for completion


1) living vs non living things
August 25 2015
QFD: There is no fate, yes you’re dealt the cards but it’s up to you how you play your hand.

Essential Question of the Day: Describe homeostasis as it relates to various body systems
This weeks learning objective: (biology) students will know and understand the similarities and differences between non living and living things
(Anatomy and physiology ) students will know and understand anatomical terminology and be able to demonstrate their knowledge through a kinesthetic demonstration.. Students will also understand the biochemistry of life CHONPS and be able to justify why living things exist
Today’s performance objective :
Biology- all students will demonstrate their knowledge of homeostasis and the nature of living things
Anatomy and physiology – students will demonstrate their knowledge by performing a kinesthetic task as well as analyzing fossils to justify anatomical terms
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1) Cornell notes
Homework : biology ,read pgs 4-8 in textbook and complete mini lab on pg 8 using and naming 3 non living and 3 living from your own house..examples ..take pictures of these objects and make them into a document using google docs labeling them as living or non living things or print them out and be able to show the class on Tuesday 1) justify your answers in a paragraph why these items are living or non living things
Anatomy physiology – take this quiz
August 26 2015
QFD: There are many paths you take in life. Some you can choose, some are chosen for you.
Essential Question of the Day: give an example of how homeostasis can be demonstrated in every day life!
This weeks learning objective: (biology) students will know and understand the similarities and differences between non living and living things
(Anatomy and physiology ) students will know and understand anatomical terminology and be able to demonstrate their knowledge through a kinesthetic demonstration.. Students will also understand the biochemistry of life CHONPS and be able to justify why living things exist
Today’s performance objective :
Biology- pass quiz at 70% or greater honors 80% or greater
Anatomy and physiology – pass quiz at 75% or greater
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August 27 2015
QFD: Love me or leave me. Hey,where is everybody going ?
Essential Question of the Day: what are the elements that compose living things .
This weeks learning objective: (biology) students will know and understand the similarities and differences between non living and living things
(Anatomy and physiology ) students will know and understand anatomical terminology and be able to demonstrate their knowledge through a kinesthetic demonstration.. Students will also understand the biochemistry of life CHONPS and be able to justify why living things exist
Today’s performance objective :
Biology- students will create a poster that demonstrates homeostasis of a body system
Anatomy and physiology – students will continue practical lab and handout on biochemistry
Flash mob

Describe all of the anatomical moves in this dance …
QUIZ
1.
Select the monosaccharide(s).
A.
sucrose
B.
fructose
C.
glucose
D.
fructose and glucose

2.
Select the storage form of carbohydrate found in mammals.
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A.
glycogen
B.
starch
C.
fiber
D.
fiber and glycogen

3.
The digestion of sucrose (table sugar) results in what two monosaccharides?
A.
maltose & glucose
B.
glucose & galactose
C.
fructose & glucose
D.
galactose & fructose
4.
The RDA for carbohydrate, 130 mg/day, is based on _____.
A.
the amount needed to provide adequate glucose for the brain and prevent ketosis.
B.
an amount low enough to decrease the risk of dental caries and hyperactivity in children.
C.
an attempt by the DRI’s to increase the protein levels in the diet.
D.
the amount needed to provide adequate fiber intake that will decrease the risk of colon cancer.

5. The complete breakdown of glucose in the presence of oxygen results in:
A.
carbon dioxide, water, and ATP
B.
lactic acid, water, and ATP
C.
carbon monoxide, water, and ATP
D.
water and ATP

6. One function of a carbohydrate is ___________.
A: to provide the body with immediate energy
B: keep the heart functioning smoothly
C: store and transport genetic material
D: control the rate of reactions

7. The three types of carbohydrates are _____________.
A: monosaccharide, polysaccharide, disaccharide
B: glycerol, polysaccharide, monosaccharide
C: disaccharide, monosaccharide, glycerol
D: glycerol, monosaccharide, polysaccharide

8. What elements make up a carbohydrate?
A: hydrogen, calcium, oxygen
B: hydrogen, oxygen, carbon
C: carbon, potassium, oxygen
D: calcium, potassium, oxygen

9. Large molecules that form when many monosaccharides bonded together are ___________.
A: calcium
B: sugars
C: monosaccharides
D: polysaccharides

10. The carbohydrate that provides support in plants is called _________.
A: chitin
B: cellulose
C: dextrose
D: lipids

11. Single sugars, called monosaccharides supply __________ to cells.
A: energy
B: health
C: calcium
D: hydrolysis

12. Which of the following is a carbohydrate?
A: DNA
B: insulin
C: wax
D: sucrose

13. Carbohydrates and lipids have many carbon-hydrogen bonds; therefore they both _____________.
A: store energy in these bonds
B: dissolve in water
C: dissolve in salts
D: are similar to water molecules

14.
Which of the following is an organic molecule?
A: water
B: ice
C: nitrogen
D: carbohydrates

15. Good sources of carbohydrate are:
A) fats, oils, butter, and margarine.
B) fish, eggs, beef, pork, and poultry.
C) cereals, fruits, vegetables, and milk.
D) green leafy vegetables, seafood, and water.
Anatomy and physiology quiz https://docs.google.com/a/psusd.us/document/d/14vgtT0C4UE2RhFHjeaJ0fAbk5-_I4PifX4pFWc0l6YE/edit?usp=docslist_api
August 28 2015
QFD: Laughter is the best medicine but if you laugh for no reason, you need medicine.
Essential Question of the Day: describe 3 programs you can use to upload a video youtube ?
This weeks learning objective: (biology) HS-LS1-1. Construct an explanation based on evidence for how the structure of DNA determines the structure of proteins which carry out the essential functions of life through systems of specialized cells.
(Anatomy and physiology ) students will know and understand anatomical terminology and be able to demonstrate their knowledge through a kinesthetic demonstration.. Students will also understand the biochemistry of life CHONPS and be able to justify why living things exist
Today’s performance objective : students will demonstrate an understanding of homeostasis by completing a drawing that depicts homeostasis is life
Biology- students will use deduction to determine who stole the alligator head .. Lab 1
Anatomy and physiology – students will create a 2-3 min movie that incorporates both homeostasis and at least 10 anatomical terms and 3 anatomical movements

Copy of Who stole my aligator head

Experiment Write Up

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Responses

  1. Borden could I borrow a Lab Coat tomorrow for career day well two lab coats me and Ilene want to be chemical engineer?

    • I don’t have one sorry and haven’t seen any in the storeroom either


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