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    • 13 September - 19 September

      Unit 3: Flow of Matter and Energy
      2nd Semester Week 1

      SPI 3210.3.1 Interpret a diagram that illustrates energy flow in an ecosystem.
      SPI 3210.3.4 Predict how changes in a biogeochemical cycle can affect an ecosystem.
      SPI 3210.3.3 Compare and contrast photosynthesis and cellular respiration in terms of energy transformation. p. 232
      SPI 3210.3.2 Distinguish between aerobic and anaerobic respiration.




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      S2W1D1 Wed 9/16
      3-3 p. 74 -80 SA
      Draw the 4 different cycles.
      energy flow
      biogeochemical cycles

      S2W1D2 Thurs 9/17 p. 232 # 5, current event due
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      S2W1D3 Fri 9/18 compare and contrast aerobic to anaerobic respiration








      • 20 September - 26 September

        Unit 4: Heredity
        2nd Semester Week 2
        Daily activities/ notes
        Assignments
        Videos/ online text
        S2W2D1: Mon. 9/21 make a DNA model
        DNA structure
        S2W2D2: Tues 9/22 ch. 12 p. 315 # 1- 10
        p. 314 vocabulary terms

        S2W2D3: Wed 9/23 ch. 14 vocabularies
        p. 363 # 1- 11

        S2W2D4: Thurs 9/24 Current Event Due

        S2W2D5: Fri 9/25 Review/ Test



        SPI 3210.4.1 Identify the structure and function of DNA.
        SPI 3210.4.2 Associate the process of DNA replication with its biological significance.
        SPI 3210.4.3 Recognize the interactions between DNA and RNA during protein synthesis.
        SPI 3210.4.4 Determine the probability of a particular trait in an offspring based on the genotype of the parents and the particular mode of inheritance.


        • 27 September - 3 October

          Unit 4: Heredity
          2nd Semester Week 3
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          S2W3D1: Mon. 9/28 ch. 11 section review


          S2W3D2: Tues 9/29 ch. 12 section review

          S2W3D3: Wed 9/30 ch. 13-1 section review ..
          14 section review

          S2W3D4: Thurs 10/1 Current Event Due

          S2W3D5: Fri 10/2 Review/ Test


          SPI 3210.4.5 Apply pedigree data to interpret various modes of genetic inheritance.
          SPI 3210.4.6 Describe how meiosis is involved in the production of egg and sperm cells.
          SPI 3210.4.7 Describe how meiosis and sexual reproduction contribute to genetic variation in a population.
          SPI 3210.4.8 Determine the relationship between mutations and human genetic disorders.


          • 4 October - 10 October

            Unit 4 continue.... and
            Unit 5: Biodiversity & Change

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            Second semester Week 4
            Daily activities/ notes
            Assignments
            Videos/ online text
            S2W4D1: Mon. 10/5

            Ch. 13 section reviews: 326, 329, 333

            p. 337 # 1 - 24

            independent assortment


            S2W4D2: Tues 10/6 ch. 14 sr: p. 348, 353, 360

            S2W4D3: Wed 10/7

            S2W4D4: Thurs 10/8
            stem cell research,
            S2W4D5: Fri. 10/9



            SPI 3210.4.9 Evaluate the scientific and ethical issues associated with gene technologies: genetic engineering, cloning, transgenic organism production, stem cell research, and DNA fingerprinting.
            SPI 3210.5.1 Compare and contrast the structural, functional, and behavioral adaptations of animals or plants found in different environments.

            Biodiversity &Change

            SPI 3210.5.2 Recognize the relationship between form and function in living things.
            SPI 3210.5.3 Recognize the relationships among environmental change, genetic variation, natural selection, and the emergence of a new species.


            • 11 October - 17 October

              Unit 5: Biodiversity & Change
              Second semester Week 5

              Daily activities/ notes
              Assignments
              Videos/ online text
              S2W5D1: Mon. 10/12

              S2W5D2: Tues 10/13

              S2W5D3: Wed 10/14

              S2W5D4: Thurs 10/15 Final Exam





              SPI 3210.5.4 Describe the relationship between the amount of biodiversity and the ability of a population to adapt to a changing environment.
              SPI 3210.5.5 Apply evidence from the fossil record, comparative anatomy, amino acid sequences, and DNA structure that support modern classification systems.
              SPI 3210.5.6 Infer relatedness among different organisms using modern classification systems.


              • 18 October - 24 October

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