Tuesday December 17th

Bulletin NewsImportant Dates:
1st period Final: December 17th
2nd /3rd period Final: December 18th
4th period Final: December 19th
Notebooks are due on Final Day

Target Learning Objective: Demonstrate your learning for the entire semester!

Agenda

  • Drawing for ticket
  • Tape drawing tickets to Notebook
  • Tape your tickets to your final answer sheet
  • Turn in Notebooks
  • Take Final
  • Turn in Final

Homework

Good Luck on the rest of your finals and enjoy your break!

Extension: This is Optional. Questions from extensions will appear on an assessment. Each extension question is worth approx. 3% of total assessment grade.

None.

Monday December 16th

Bulletin NewsImportant Dates:
1st period Final: December 17th
2nd /3rd period Final: December 18th
4th period Final: December 19th
Notebooks are due on Final Day

Target Learning Objective: Review for final!

Agenda

  • TOC #82: DO NOW
  • TOC #78: Amoeba Sisters PS and CR Review
  • TOC #83 Review answers
  • Review Quiz: trophic Cascades
  • Complete Quiz Corrections
  • Review Final Exam Q’s

Homework

  • Notebook Due on Final Day: see this handout for requirements
  • Study Guide Requirements:
    • Must be handwritten
    • On separate pieces of paper
    • Must turn in with final
    • Worth 3 extra test points

Extension: This is Optional. Questions from extensions will appear on an assessment. Each extension question is worth approx. 3% of total assessment grade.

None.

Thursday December 12th

Bulletin NewsImportant Dates:
1st period Final: December 17th
2nd /3rd period Final: December 18th
4th period Final: December 19th
Notebooks are due on Final Day
Tam Winter Visual Art Faire!
The Visual arts Department presents the Tam Winter Visual Art Faire on Thursday 12/12 from 12pm-6pm, and Friday 12/13 from 9am-4pm under the tent in Freshman Court. Student drawing
and painting, photography, graphic design, and ceramics will be on exhibit, and unique handmade gifts and treats will be for sale!

Target Learning Objective: Students will be able to identify the structure of mitochondria and explain the process cellular respiration.

Agenda

  • Review Notebook Check handout
  • TOC #83A: Read Mark the Text and Answer Qs
  • TOC #81A: Review Fate of Glucose in Interdependence
  • TOC #80 DO NOW 
  • TOC #77: Complete Cellular Respiration Mitochondria Drawing 
  • TOC #76: DO NOW
  • Review Populations Quiz
  • Do Populations Quiz Corrections

Homework

  • TOC #83A: Read Mark the Text and Answer Qs if not completed in class
  • Study Guide Requirements:
    • Must be handwritten
    • On separate pieces of paper
    • Must turn in with final
    • Worth 3 extra test points

Extension: This is Optional. Questions from extensions will appear on an assessment. Each extension question is worth approx. 3% of total assessment grade.

None.

Tuesday December 10th

Bulletin NewsImportant Dates:
1st period Final: December 17th
2nd /3rd period Final: December 18th
4th period Final: December 19th
Notebooks are due on Final Day
Tam Winter Visual Art Faire!
The Visual arts Department presents the Tam Winter Visual Art Faire on Thursday 12/12 from 12pm-6pm, and Friday 12/13 from 9am-4pm under the tent in Freshman Court. Student drawing
and painting, photography, graphic design, and ceramics will be on exhibit, and unique handmade gifts and treats will be for sale!

Target Learning Objective: Students will be able to identify the structure of mitochondria and explain the process cellular respiration.

Agenda

  • TOC #76: DO NOW
  • TOC #82: DO NOW
  • Review Photosynthesis Notebook Pages
  • TOC 77: Cellular Respiration Overview 
  • TOC ##81& 83: Read and MTT Photosynthesis Overview
  • TOC #84-85: Finals Study Guide (must be handwritten on separate paper)
  • Open Notes Quiz Corrections

Homework

  • TOC #81 & 83: Read, Mark Text, Answer Questions

Extension: This is Optional. Questions from extensions will appear on an assessment. Each extension question is worth approx. 3% of total assessment grade.

None.

Monday December 9th

Bulletin News

Important Dates:
1st period Final: December 17th
2nd /3rd period Final: December 18th
4th period Final: December 19th
Notebooks are due on Final Day

Target Learning Objective: Students will be able to identify the structure of mitochondria and explain the process of photosynthesis.

Agenda

  • Update Table of Contents Water your plants and take a picture
  • TOC #72: DO NOW Revisit Plant Food Question
  • TOC #74: Collect & Record results of experiment #2
  • TOC#76: DO NOW
  • TOC #79: Review CR Notes 1-25
  • TOC #79: Continue with Cellular Respiration Notes Slides 26-End

Homework

Extension: This is Optional. Questions from extensions will appear on an assessment. Each extension question is worth approx. 3% of total assessment grade.

None.

Thursday December 5th

Bulletin News

ANONYMOUS TIP LINE:
(415) 380-3507. The tip line is checked every day and is anonymous.
Students may call the anonymous Tip Line to report:
 Drugs or alcohol on campus
 Suicide threats
 Bullying and Harassment
 Vandalism
 Weapons on campus
Anything else harmful to students or school.

Target Learning Objective: Students will be able to identify the structure of mitochondria.

Agenda

Homework

Extension: This is Optional. Questions from extensions will appear on an assessment. Each extension question is worth approx. 3% of total assessment grade.

None.

Tuesday December 3rd

Bulletin News

ANONYMOUS TIP LINE:
(415) 380-3507. The tip line is checked every day and is anonymous.
Students may call the anonymous Tip Line to report:
 Drugs or alcohol on campus
 Suicide threats
 Bullying and Harassment
 Vandalism
 Weapons on campus
Anything else harmful to students or school.

Target Learning Objective: Students will be able to identify the structure of chloroplasts and create a model of photosynthesis.

Agenda

Homework

Extension: This is Optional. Questions from extensions will appear on an assessment. Each extension question is worth approx. 3% of total assessment grade.

None.

Monday December 2nd

Bulletin News

ANONYMOUS TIP LINE:
(415) 380-3507. The tip line is checked every day and is anonymous.
Students may call the anonymous Tip Line to report:
 Drugs or alcohol on campus
 Suicide threats
 Bullying and Harassment
 Vandalism
 Weapons on campus
Anything else harmful to students or school.

Target Learning Objective: Students will be able to identify the four main biomolecules.

Agenda

Homework

Extension: This is Optional. Questions from extensions will appear on an assessment. Each extension question is worth approx. 3% of total assessment grade.

None.