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10/23/17

posted by Kelly Allen

Journal: Look on your Osmometer lab at the solutions used at stations C, D, and E. Which osmometer would you predict had the greatest height increase in the same amount of time? Explain your answer.

Class: Work on Osmometer lab

HW: Read Ch. 3
Enzyme lab due Mon. 10/23
Book Club #4 Thurs. 11/2
Cell Transport webquest due Wed. 10/25
EPI paper topic due Tues. 10/24
Osmometer lab due Fri. 10/27

10/19/17

posted Oct 19, 2017, 6:32 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: If I had equal volumes of a 20% solution of glucose and a 20% solution of sucrose, which would contain more sugar molecules? Hint: The solutions were made by placing 20 g of each sugar into 100 mL of water. Explain your answer.

Class: Book Club #3
Osmometer lab

HW: Read Ch. 3
Enzyme lab due Mon. 10/23
Book Club #4 Thurs. 11/2
Cell Transport webquest due Wed. 10/25
EPI paper topic due Tues. 10/24

10/18/17

posted Oct 18, 2017, 9:18 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: Compare and contract active and passive transport. You may use whatever tool would be helpful (ex. chart, Venn diagram, etc.)

Class: Cell Transport webquest (see 10/17 attachment)

HW: Read Ch. 3
Enzyme lab due Mon. 10/23
Book Club #3 Thurs. 10/19
Cell Transport webquest due Wed. 10/25
EPI paper topic due Tues. 10/24

10/17/17

posted Oct 17, 2017, 7:21 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: A membrane has pores big enough for H2O to pass through, but not big enough for glucose to pass. If a container has this membrane spread over it, with pure water inside, what would happen if it were submerged in a container filled with aqueous glucose? Explain your answer.

Class: Cell Transport webquest (see 10/17 attachment)

HW: Read Ch. 3
Enzyme lab due Mon. 10/23
Book Club #3 Thurs. 10/19
Cell Transport webquest due Wed. 10/25 
EPI paper topic due Tues. 10/24

10/16/17

posted Oct 16, 2017, 6:58 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: So now you have an idea of what this Epidemiology paper is all about. Answer at least two of the following questions:
1.What disease/disorder are you thinking about focusing on?
2.What questions do you have about the assignment?
3.What concerns do you have about the assignment?

Class: Notes on Cells (see slides 8-22 of 10/11 attachment)

HW: Read Ch. 3
Enzyme lab due Mon. 10/23  MOVED!
Book Club #3 Thurs. 10/19 MOVED!
EPI paper topic due Tues. 10/24

10/13/17

posted Oct 13, 2017, 8:08 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: None today because we were in library!

Class: Ms. Hallet gave us an overview
Here is a link to the document she shared and a link to her presentation.

HW: Read Ch. 3
Enzyme lab due Fri. 10/20
Book Club #3 Fri. 10/20
EPI paper topic due Tues. 10/24

10/11/17 & 10/12/17 (due to PSAT and Senior Assembly)

posted Oct 11, 2017, 6:46 AM by Kelly Allen   [ updated Oct 11, 2017, 6:52 AM ]

Journal: Tell me what you know about cells! You can talk about organelles, structural things, functional things, etc.

Class: Information on Epidemiology paper (no need to watch TED Talk unless you just want to)
Begin Cell notes (see slides 1-9)

HW: Read Ch. 3
Enzyme lab due Fri. 10/20
Book Club #3 Fri. 10/20
EPI paper topic due Tues. 10/24

10/10/17

posted Oct 10, 2017, 5:31 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: Think about what you’ve read in your Book Club book so far. If you had to tell the author about something that you found really interesting in the book, what would it be AND why?

Class: Book Club #2
Work on Enzyme lab

HW: Read Ch. 3
Book Club #3 Fri. 10/20
RACE essays due TOMORROW

10/9/17

posted Oct 9, 2017, 7:05 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: What has been the most frustrating part of the Enzyme lab? Explain your answer.

Class: Work on Enzyme lab

HW: Read Ch. 3
Book Club #2 TOMORROW
RACE essays due Wed. 10/11

10/6/17

posted Oct 6, 2017, 5:56 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: No journal today due to the test!

Class: Ch. 2 test

HW: Read Ch. 3
Book Club #2 Tues. 10/10
RACE essays due Wed. 10/11

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