Monday, 10/29

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Monday, 10/29
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Chp.5 Test
INB Check
Materials Check
New INB set-up
Science Interactive Notebook Setup
Create Title Page 1
Biology Interactive
Notebook Qtr.2
Write in name and period
and draw 3 pictures that
say something about you.
Use 3 colors minimum.
Black and White are not
colors.
Pg 1-Student info page
Biology
Quarter 2
Your Name
Personalize
your title page
with 3 pictures
and 3 colors.
If found please return to Mrs.DellaMora,
Durango H.S. Room 912
Interactive Notebook (INB) Set-Up
• First, number every single page front and back, starting with
the very first page as #1.
• Put numbers on top outside corner, away from the spiral.
• Number to pg 100
Even #
Odd #
Science Interactive Notebook Setup
2
Table of Contents
Page #
5
7
9
11
13
15
Title
3
Page #
Continue numbering by
2’s down the page then
start at the top of the
next page.
Title
Tues 10/29
• Intro to Tissues
– Cornell Notes
– 3-column Vocab
IN: Pg.4
cells→ tissues→ organs→ organ systems
Using the flow map above, describe what
tissues are.
Pg.5 – Intro to Tissues Cornell Notes
Set up Cornell Notes
• Title them: Human Body Tissues
• Date them: 10/29/13
Four Basic
Tissue Types:
Epithelial
Connective
Muscle
Nervous
Characteristics of Epithelial Tissue:
 Layers of cells closely packed
 Top layer of cells exposed to external
or internal surface
 Bottom layer of cells attached to
basement membrane
 Lack blood vessels
 Cells continually replaced
Functions of Epithelia:
Physical protection
Permeability control
Sensations
Specialized secretions
CONNECTIVE TISSUE:
Most abundant and
widespread tissue found
in the body
CHARACTERISTICS:
• Very good blood supply
• Cells usually spaced apart from
each other
• Intercellular material (matrix)
separating cells
• No free surface
Connective Tissue Functions:
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Physical protection
Support
Binding
Absorb shock
Insulation
Stores energy
Blood production
Immunity
MUSCLE
TISSUE
• Skeletal Muscle
Responsible
for movement
• Smooth Muscle
Voluntary
Usually attached to long bones
Involuntary
Located in blood vessels, walls of
organs, and intestinal tract
• Cardiac Muscle
Involuntary
found in the heart
NERVE
TISSUE
ability to
conduct
electrical
signals
• Located in the brain
and spinal cord and in
the nerves
• Conducts nerve
impulses to other
neurons/body parts
Finish Cornell Notes
• Write 3 questions in left column
• Write 3 sentence summary at bottom
Pg.6 & 7 3-Column Vocabulary
Title: Tissues Vocab
1. Muscle tissue
2. Skeletal muscle
3. Smooth muscle
4. Cardiac muscle
***DUE THURSDAY***
1. Nervous tissue
2. Epithelial tissue
3. Connective tissue
4. Organ
OUT-pg 4
1. What are the four main types
of tissues?
2. List a function for each type.
Wed 10/30
• Tissues Microscope Lab
IN: pg.8
On medium or high power, which
knob should be used to focus?
Pg.9 Tissue Lab
• Glue in Major Human Tissue Summary Chart
• ½ class  Rotate through microscope stations
to observe the 7 different tissues.
• Sketch the tissue as seen under 400x
magnification
• When in seat  look up in your textbook and
record the functions of each type of tissue.
– Then complete Tissue Vocab, pg.6
Pg.6 & 7 3-Column Vocabulary
Title: Tissues Vocab
1. Muscle tissue
2. Skeletal muscle
3. Smooth muscle
4. Cardiac muscle
5. Nervous tissue
6. Epithelial tissue
7. Connective tissue
8. Organ
Homework
• Finish Vocab  Due tomorrow!
OUT
• You are given an unknown tissue sample.
The cells are closely packed. What major
tissue type is it?
Thur 10/31
• Tissue Quiz – get out half
sheet, #1-10
• Data Table notes & practice
In: Pg 10
With a partner, come up with a definition
for each of the following words:
• Independent =
• Dependent =
• Controlled =
Pg.11 Set up Cornell Notes
Title them: Data
Tables
Raw Data
• Data collected from an
experiment which has not been
put into a table or organized.
2 Types of Data
1.Quantitative = measurements
that can be expressed as
numbers.
2.Qualitative = observations
made with your senses normally
words or symbols.
A data table has 4 parts:
1. Descriptive title
2. Variables-What is being measured
1. Independent is placed in the first row.
2. Dependent variables are below
3. Units-How the variable is measured
4. Ordered pairs-the 2 numbers that
represent a data point
Remember: the purpose of a data table is to
organize data and make it usable, so make
sure your table is neat and readable.
Before doing the data table let’s quickly review
three types of variables found in experiments…
• Dependent Variable – In an experiment ,
the factor that changes because of the
independent variable.
• Independent Variable -The factor that is
being tested. The experimenter changes
it intentionally.
• Controlled Variable - All other factors in
the experiment. These are the things you
try to keep constant throughout the
experiment.
Example: Data Table
Average Mass of Mice Given Drug X
Time(weeks)
0
5
10
15
20
Mass(grams)
45.0
45.3
44.0
42.3
39.8
Identify the following:
•Title
•Independent variable
•Dependent variable
•Ordered pairs
•Units
•Is this data quantitative or qualitative?
Finish Cornell Notes
• Write 3 questions in left column
• Write 3-sentence summary
Pg.13 (skip pg.12)
• Types of Variables Practice Sheet
• Glue in and complete
Homework
• Finish Types of Variables Practice Sheet
Out
Write a 1 sentence definition (in your
own words) for:
• Independent variable =
• Dependent variable =
• Controlled variable =
Fri 11/1
• Measurement practice lab
• HW = Brainstretcher #8
***Tissues, Graphing & Data test
and INB Check Tuesday***
IN: Pg.14
1. What is data?
2. Give one example of when analyzing
data is important in everyday life.
Homework: pg.15
Brainstretcher #8
• Glue in
• Complete for homework
Pg.16 - Analysis Questions:
1. What is/are the independent
variable(s)? How do you know
this?
2. What is/are the dependent
variable(s)? How do you know
this?
3. List each dependent variable
and tell me if it is quantitative
or qualitative data.
4. If you had to graph each
person’s height, what type of
graph would you choose?
Why?
5. Why do you think tables are
used to record information?
Pg.17 –
Measurement
Practice Lab
Create a data table
that records the
following for each
person at your
table.
• Height
• Length of foot
(measure all of these
in centimeters)
Title your data
table!!!!!
Homework
• Brainstretcher #8  DUE TOMORROW!
Out
A scientist wants to know the effect of caffeine
on the heart rate of rats. So, she gives 3
different groups of rats 3 different amounts
of caffeine.
1. What is the independent variable?
2. What is the dependent variable?
3. What are 3 controlled variables?
Mon 11/4
***Tissues, Graphing & Data test and
INB Check TOMORROW***
In: Pg.18
• Fill in the concept map below:
Parts of a
data table
• Fill in the concept map below:
variables
title
Parts of a data table
units
Ordered pairs
Pg.19 (complete as class, use reading/info sheet)
Types of Graphs
Line graph
Circle graph
Bar graph
For each graph type, describe the following:
•Purpose
•Picture of each type of graph.
•Interesting/important fact.
• Shows how the
dependent variable
changes in response
to the independent
variable.
– Independent
variable goes on Xaxis (horizontal)
– Dependent variable
goes on Y-axis
(vertical)
Temperature (°F)
Line Graph
Time (days)
Circle Graph
• AKA Pie Chart
• Used to show
parts of a whole
– Percentages of a
whole (100%)
• Used to
compare
things that
are not part
of a whole
• Students
favorite
graph!
Amount of Sugar (grams)
Bar Graph
Type of Food
Pg.19 – Create a Line Graph from the data below
1. Use graph paper and a ruler
2. Include title, variables, and units!
3. Glue onto pg.19 as a flip up
Average Monthly Temperatures in Las Vegas
Time
(Months)
Average
Temperature
(°F)
Jan
Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
45 51 56 64 74 85 91 89 81 68 55 46
Homework
• Finish line graph
• Study for Test TOMORROW
Out
You are looking at the nutrition label of a jar of
peanut butter and find out that one serving has
the following Daily Values:
–25% of your daily value of total fat
–16% of your daily value of saturated fat
–0% of your daily value of cholesterol
–6% of your daily value of sodium
–2% of your daily value of carbohydrates
–9% of your daily value of dietary fiber
What type of graph would you choose
for this data and why?
Tues 11/5
• Data tables & Graphing Test Today
• INB Check 1 today
In: pg.20
• Draw the graph below and label the locations where
each of the following would be found:
– Title
– Data points
– Dependent variable
– Independent variable
– Units
After Test: Pg.21
• Set up Enzymes Title Page
–Title it: Enzymes
–Include 3 pictures, 3 colors, 3 key words
–Use book pg.36-37
OUT
• What do you think an enzyme is?
Wed 11/6
• Enzyme Text Marking
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