June 8th-12th

  • Last week of school! Finish strong and enjoy your summer break.
  • Click here to access Ms. Chu’s Virtual Class Meeting Schedule and all links to access Tuesdays Google Live Meets & Thursdays Google Hangout Check In

Agenda

Target Learning Objective: Students will educate their classmates about different disturbances to homeostasis.

  1. Thursday 6/11: Check Into Google Hangout for the last time this school year!
  2. Tuesday 6/9: Live Class Meetings and Peer Review Unit 5 Final Projects

Homework

  • You are done after you turn your projects in.

Extension: Ongoing Extra Credit

Thurday June 4th

  • Click here to access Ms. Chu’s Virtual Class Meeting Schedule and all links to access Tuesdays Google Live Meets & Thursdays Google Hangout Check In
  • Our Last Unit: Growth and Development
    • For this unit, our anchoring driving question is: In this time of Corona virus, How does stress impact the teenage body and body systems?
  • For this unit we have 3 learning goals:
    • A. Use a model to illustrate the role of cellular division (mitosis) and differentiation in producing and maintaining complex organisms.
    • B. Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms.
    • C. Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis.

Agenda

Target Learning Objective: Students will research the effects of an environmental factor on the homeostasis of an organ system and educate and inform an audience about the disturbance.

  1. No assignment instructions today! See one more extra credit opportunity at the bottom of page.
    1. Due Thursday 6/4 by 9PM: Check Into Google Hangout and Respond to Prompt.
    2. Due Tuesday 6/9 by 9PM: Unit 5 Final Project Research Product. Assignment posted in Google Classroom.

Homework

  • Everything above should be completed at home!

Extension: Ongoing Extra Credit

Tuesday June 2nd

  • Click here to access Ms. Chu’s Virtual Class Meeting Schedule and all links to access Tuesdays Google Live Meets & Thursdays Google Hangout Check In
  • Our Last Unit: Growth and Development
    • For this unit, our anchoring driving question is: In this time of Corona virus, How does stress impact the teenage body and body systems?
  • For this unit we have 3 learning goals:
    • A. Use a model to illustrate the role of cellular division (mitosis) and differentiation in producing and maintaining complex organisms.
    • B. Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms.
    • C. Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis.

Agenda

Target Learning Objective: Students will research the effects of an environmental factor on the homeostasis of an organ system and educate and inform an audience about the disturbance.

  1. No assignment instructions today! See two more extra credit opportunities at the bottom of page.
    1. Due Tuesday 6/2 by start of class: Join your Class Period Google Live Meet. See Google Classroom for link to the Google Meet.
    2. Due Thursday 6/4 by 9PM: Unit 5 Final Project Research Document Part 2. Assignment posted in Google Classroom.

Homework

  • Everything above should be completed at home!

Extension: Ongoing Extra Credit

Thursday May 28th

  • Click here to access Ms. Chu’s Virtual Class Meeting Schedule and all links to access Tuesdays Google Live Meets & Thursdays Google Hangout Check In
  • Our Last Unit: Growth and Development
    • For this unit, our anchoring driving question is: In this time of Corona virus, How does stress impact the teenage body and body systems?
  • For this unit we have 3 learning goals:
    • A. Use a model to illustrate the role of cellular division (mitosis) and differentiation in producing and maintaining complex organisms.
    • B. Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms.
    • C. Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis.

Agenda

Target Learning Objective: Students will research the effects of an environmental factor on the homeostasis of an organ system.

  1. Watch Assignment instructions here.
    1. Due Thursday 5/28 by 9PM: Check Into Google Hangout and Respond to Prompt.
    2. Due Tuesday 6/2 at 8AM: Unit 5 Final Project Research Document Part 1. Assignment posted in Google Classroom.

Homework

  • Everything above should be completed at home!

Extension: Ongoing Extra Credit

  • Buck Institute Video Sessions: Register and Attend a live session and submit a question or watch it later and complete a write up about the session
  • Breakthrough Junior Challenge: Enter this challenge and create and share your video entry. You could win $250,000
  • EdPuzzle: Think Like a Scientist–Natural Selection in an Outbreak | HHMI BioInteractive (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)
  • EdPuzzle: Natural Selection: Sexual Selection- An Illustrated Introduction (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)
  • EdPuzzle: Amoeba Sisters: How Cells Become Specialized: (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)
  • EdPuzzle: TedEd – How stress affects your brain (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)

Tuesday May 26th

  • Click here to access Ms. Chu’s Virtual Class Meeting Schedule and all links to access Tuesdays Google Live Meets & Thursdays Google Hangout Check In
  • Our Last Unit: Growth and Development
    • For this unit, our anchoring driving question is: In this time of Corona virus, How does stress impact the teenage body and body systems?
  • For this unit we have 3 learning goals:
    • A. Use a model to illustrate the role of cellular division (mitosis) and differentiation in producing and maintaining complex organisms.
    • B. Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms.
    • C. Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis.

Agenda

Target Learning Objective: Students will conduct an investigation and use collected evidence to explain how feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis.

  1. Watch Assignment instructions here.
    1. Due Tuesday  5/26 by start of class: Join your Class Period Google Live Meet. See Google Classroom for link to the Google Meet.
    2. Due Thursday 5/28 at 8AM: Watch Edpuzzle Homeostasis and Feedback. Assignment posted in Google Classroom.
    3. Due Thursday 5/28 at 8AM: TOC #161 Homeostasis and Exercise. Assignment posted in Google Classroom.

Homework

  • Everything above should be completed at home!

Extension: Ongoing Extra Credit

  • Buck Institute Video Sessions: Register and Attend a live session and submit a question or watch it later and complete a write up about the session
  • Breakthrough Junior Challenge: Enter this challenge and create and share your video entry. You could win $250,000
  • EdPuzzle: Think Like a Scientist–Natural Selection in an Outbreak | HHMI BioInteractive (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)
  • EdPuzzle: Natural Selection: Sexual Selection- An Illustrated Introduction (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)
  • EdPuzzle: Amoeba Sisters: How Cells Become Specialized: (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)
  • EdPuzzle: TedEd – How stress affects your brain (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)

Thursday May 21st

  • Click here to access Ms. Chu’s Virtual Class Meeting Schedule and all links to access Tuesdays Google Live Meets & Thursdays Google Hangout Check In
  • Our Last Unit: Growth and Development
    • For this unit, our anchoring driving question is: In this time of Corona virus, How does stress impact the teenage body and body systems?
  • For this unit we have 3 learning goals:
    • A. Use a model to illustrate the role of cellular division (mitosis) and differentiation in producing and maintaining complex organisms.
    • B. Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms.
    • C. Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis.

Agenda

Target Learning Objective: Students will be able to describe biological levels of organization and how human body systems work together to form the whole organization.

  1. Watch Assignment instructions here.
    1. Due Thursday 5/21 by 9PM: Check Into Google Hangout and Respond to Prompt.
    2. Due Tuesday 5/26 at 8AM: Watch Edpuzzle Levels of Organization. Assignment posted in Google Classroom.
    3. Due Tuesday 5/26 at 8AM: Watch Edpuzzle Human Body Systems. Assignment posted in Google Classroom.
    4. Due Tuesday 5/26 at 8AM: TOC #160 How Do Cells Form Different Types of Tissues That Work Together in Organ Systems? Assignment posted in Google Classroom.

Homework

  • Everything above should be completed at home!

Extension: Ongoing Extra Credit

  • Buck Institute Video Sessions: Register and Attend a live session and submit a question or watch it later and complete a write up about the session
  • Breakthrough Junior Challenge: Enter this challenge and create and share your video entry. You could win $250,000
  • EdPuzzle: Think Like a Scientist–Natural Selection in an Outbreak | HHMI BioInteractive (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)
  • EdPuzzle: Natural Selection: Sexual Selection- An Illustrated Introduction (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)
  • EdPuzzle: Amoeba Sisters: How Cells Become Specialized: (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)

Tuesday May 19th

  • Click here to access Ms. Chu’s Virtual Class Meeting Schedule and all links to access Tuesdays Google Live Meets & Thursdays Google Hangout Check In
  • We are starting a new unit this week: Growth and Development
    • For this unit, our anchoring driving question is: In this time of Corona virus, How does stress impact the teenage body and body systems?
  • For this unit we have 3 learning goals:
    • A. Use a model to illustrate the role of cellular division (mitosis) and differentiation in producing and maintaining complex organisms.
    • B. Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms.
    • C. Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis.

Agenda

Target Learning Objective: Students will be able to describe how cells differentiate and why different types of cells have different rates of cell division.

  1. Watch Assignment instructions here.
    1. Due Tuesday by start of class: Join your Class Period Google Live Meet. See Google Classroom for link to the Google Meet.
    2. Due Thursday 5/21 at 8AM: Watch Edpuzzle Cell Differentiation. Assignment posted in Google Classroom.
    3. Due Thursday 5/21 at 8AM: TOC #159 How Do Different Types of Cells Form? How Does A Cell’s “Job” Determine How Often It Divides? Assignment posted in Google Classroom.

Homework

  • Everything above should be completed at home!

Extension: Ongoing Extra Credit

  • Buck Institute Video Sessions: Register and Attend a live session and submit a question or watch it later and complete a write up about the session
  • Breakthrough Junior Challenge: Enter this challenge and create and share your video entry. You could win $250,000
  • EdPuzzle: Think Like a Scientist–Natural Selection in an Outbreak | HHMI BioInteractive (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)
  • EdPuzzle: Natural Selection: Sexual Selection- An Illustrated Introduction (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)
  • EdPuzzle: Amoeba Sisters: How Cells Become Specialized: (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)

Thursday May 14th

  • Click here to access Ms. Chu’s Virtual Class Meeting Schedule and all links to access Tuesdays Google Live Meets & Thursdays Google Hangout Check In
  • We are starting a new unit this week: Growth and Development
    • For this unit, our anchoring driving question is: In this time of Corona virus, How does stress impact the teenage body and body systems?
  • For this unit we have 3 learning goals:
    • A. Use a model to illustrate the role of cellular division (mitosis) and differentiation in producing and maintaining complex organisms.
    • B. Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms.
    • C. Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis.

Agenda

Target Learning Objective: Students will be able to describe the purpose of mitosis in growth and development in organisms.

  1. Watch Assignment instructions here.
    1. Due Thursday 5/14 by 9PM: Check Into Google Hangout and Respond to Prompt.
    2. Due Tuesday 5/19 at 8AM: TOC #158 How Do Body Cells Grow and Repair Themselves? Assignment posted in Google Classroom.

Homework

  • Everything above should be completed at home!

Extension: Ongoing Extra Credit

  • Buck Institute Video Sessions: Register and Attend a live session and submit a question or watch it later and complete a write up about the session
  • Breakthrough Junior Challenge: Enter this challenge and create and share your video entry. You could win $250,000
  • EdPuzzle: Think Like a Scientist–Natural Selection in an Outbreak | HHMI BioInteractive (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)
  • EdPuzzle: Natural Selection: Sexual Selection- An Illustrated Introduction (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)
  • EdPuzzle: Amoeba Sisters: How Cells Become Specialized: (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)

Tuesday May 12th

  • Click here to access Ms. Chu’s Virtual Class Meeting Schedule and all links to access Tuesdays Google Live Meets & Thursdays Google Hangout Check In
  • We are starting a new unit this week: Growth and Development
    • For this unit, our anchoring driving question is: In this time of Corona virus, How does stress impact the teenage body and body systems?
  • For this unit we have 3 learning goals:
    • A. Use a model to illustrate the role of cellular division (mitosis) and differentiation in producing and maintaining complex organisms.
    • B. Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms.
    • C. Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis.

Agenda

Target Learning Objective: Students will be able to articulate how stress affects their bodies and the difference between “toxic” and positive stress.

  1. Watch Assignment instructions here.
    1. Due Tuesday 5/12 by start of class: Join your Class Period Google Live Meet. See Google Classroom for link to the Google Meet.
    2. Due Thursday 5/14 at 8AM: EdPuzzle How Stress Affects Your Body. Assignment posted in Google Classroom.
    3. Due Thursday 5/14 at 8AM: TOC #157 Read the short article “Stress Has Lasting Effects”, answer analysis questions, and create your own questions based on EdPuzzle video and reading article. Assignment posted in Google Classroom.

Homework

  • Everything above should be completed at home!

Extension: Ongoing Extra Credit

  • Buck Institute Video Sessions: Register and Attend a live session and submit a question or watch it later and complete a write up about the session
  • Breakthrough Junior Challenge: Enter this challenge and create and share your video entry. You could win $250,000
  • EdPuzzle: Think Like a Scientist–Natural Selection in an Outbreak | HHMI BioInteractive (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)
  • EdPuzzle: Natural Selection: Sexual Selection- An Illustrated Introduction (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)

Thursday May 7th

  • Click here to access Ms. Chu’s Virtual Class Meeting Schedule and all links to access Tuesdays Google Live Meets & Thursdays Google Hangout Check In
  • We are starting a new unit this week: Growth and Development
    • For this unit, our anchoring driving question is: In this time of Corona virus, How does stress impact the teenage body and body systems?
  • For this unit we have 3 learning goals:
    • A. Use a model to illustrate the role of cellular division (mitosis) and differentiation in producing and maintaining complex organisms.
    • B. Develop and use a model to illustrate the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms.
    • C. Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis.

Agenda

Target Learning Objective: Students will generate questions to explore regarding growth and development of the human teenage body and perform an act of Self Care.

  1. Watch Assignment instructions here.
    1. Due Thursday 5/7 by 9PM: Check Into Google Hangout and Respond to Prompt.
    2. Due Tuesday 5/12 at 8AM: TOC #156: How is Lotte Changing Video and Reflection Questions. Assignment posted in Google Classroom.
    3. Due Tuesday 5/12 at 8AM: Read the article 11 Tools for Self Care. The perform a Self-Care action. Assignment posted in Google Classroom.

Homework

  • Everything above should be completed at home!

Extension: Ongoing Extra Credit

  • Buck Institute Video Sessions: Register and Attend a live session and submit a question or watch it later and complete a write up about the session
  • Breakthrough Junior Challenge: Enter this challenge and create and share your video entry. You could win $250,000
  • EdPuzzle: Think Like a Scientist–Natural Selection in an Outbreak | HHMI BioInteractive (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)
  • EdPuzzle: Natural Selection: Sexual Selection- An Illustrated Introduction (Log into EdPuzzle with your TAM Google account to see the extra credit)