Pre/Post Test (Test will be modified) responds too.

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Pre/Post Test (Test will be modified) Need to note which outcome each question
responds too.
1. What is the purpose of photosynthesis? C.O.1
2. What would you expect to happen if a plant is moved from a shady area to a sunny window sill?
C.O. 5
3. When a plant makes food, it is in the form of __________? C.O. 5
4. 6 CO2 + 6 H2O --Light Energy--> C6H12O6 + 6 O2 C.O. 5
a. What is CO2?
b. What is H2O?
c. What is C6H12O6?
d. What is O2?
5. Energy to complete the process of of photosynthesis comes from ______________? C.O. 5
6. What is the purpose for respiration? C.O. 2
7. What is missing from the equation? C.O. 2
C6H12O6 + 6O2 --Light Energy--> 6 ____ + 6 H2O
8. What do the numbers in the equation stand for?
(Teacher note: numbers wi need to be replaced
with the proper terminology which will differentiate between molecule counts and subscripts for
atoms.) C.O. 4
9. During ___________ plants release excess water through their leaves. C.O. 3
10. Experiment: Plant leaves are covered in Vaseline. What would you expect to happen? C.O. 3
11.Which part of the scientific method are you demonstrating?
h. While watching the teacher demonstrate how to use the LabQuest CO2 probe you notice the
CO2 readings increase every time the teacher blows into the biome box.
P.O. 1
i. After seeing the teacher’s demonstration you write in your lab notebook that when we breathe
out, its a lot of CO2
P.O. 2
j. After watching the experiment, your lab team claims that by adding plants to the biome box,
the CO2 would decrease 2 points a minute.
P.O. 3
k. The lab team plans to add 1 Petunia to the biome box and measure the CO2 level 4 times a
minute for 10 minutes using the Vernier LabQuest and CO2 Probe.
P.O. 4, P.O. 8
l. After adding the petunia and watching the readings on the LabQuest, you realize that the
carbon dioxide levels on the LabQuest are decreasing.
P.O. 1
m. The team notates in their lab notebooks that the carbon dioxide level in the test dropped .5
points per minute for the length of the test and create a table of the information collected.
P.O. 6, P.O. 7
n. The team determines that their hypothesis was correct that the adding of plants decreased
carbon dioxide levels, but incorrect that it would decrease at the level predicted.
P.O. 8
o. Students post on the class blog site about the results of their tests and their plans for further
investigations.
P.O. 9
Day
Topic
Assessment
1
Introduction of Topic
Pre-test/KWL Chart/
Activotes/Inspire
2
LAB: Photosynthesis:
Light v dark lab Counting
bubbles
Journal Observations
3
LAB Extension from Day
2: Heat lamp, fridge
(cooler with ice) varying
amount of plant, add
snails, different water
(INQUIRY)
Journal Observations
Data Collection
Chart Creation
4
Class discussion and
group work on results of
experiments.
Poster
Quiz
Exit Ticket
5
Molecule dance “Make the
Molecule” Natural Drama
Brain-POP/Bill Nye/Magic
School Bus
Teacher Observations
Picture/Video
6
LAB: Respiration BTB
(Bromothymol Blue)
Journal Observations
7
Class discussion and
group work on results of
experiments.
Quiz
Exit Ticket
8
LAB: Transpiration
Journal Observations
9
Class discussion and
group work on results of
experiments. Review for
test.
Quiz
Exit Ticket
10
Post-Test
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