Subject: 8th grade science Teacher: Mr. McElhaney Text: McDougal Cells & Heredity Week: 11/3-7 Materials: science folder/notebook, paper, free reading book & writing instruments/utensils (pencils & blue or black pens) District Goals: S4C2PO1 CCSS: RST1,2,4&5; WHST1 M CCR: RST4 HYS: graphic organizers Assmnt: vocabulary Sci.: S4C2PO1 O domain-specific words w/maps purposes of cell division N T.S.W. The Student Will define cell division terms in order to gain an understanding of the role of the cell D processes of mitosis and meiosis that allow for cell growth, repair and reproduction as evidence by reading A discussion and text and by completing “cell division” vocabulary w/maps. Y T CCR: RST5 HYS: note taking Assmnt: outline Sci.: S4C2PO1 U purposes of cell division text structure E T.S.W. identify and select key points of text in order to gain an understanding of the role of the cell processes S of mitosis and meiosis that allow for cell growth, repair and reproduction as evidence by reading, discussing D and completing the cell division outline. A Y W CCR: RST4 meaning of HYS: nonlinguistic Assmnt: D.L.D. Sci.: S4C2PO1 E representation purposes of cell division symbols D T.S.W. draw and diagram in order to gain an understanding of the role of the cell processes that allow for cell N growth, repair and reproduction as evidence by drawing, labeling and describing various figures from the text. E S D A Y T CCR: RST 2 HYS: advanced organizers Assmnt: study guide Sci.: S4C2PO1 H & summarizing purposes of cell division identify key ideas U T.S.W. compose sentences answers to questions in order to gain an understanding of the role of the cell R processes of mitosis and meiosis that allow for cell growth, repair and reproduction S as evidence by reading, using notes and completing a “cell division” study guide. D A Y F Sci.: S1 CCR: RST.4.Determine HYS: feedback Assmnt: inquiry & R Inquiry Process meaning of domainmeasure review I specific words/symbols D T.S.W. reinforce his/her current level of science method by taking the science method mid-assessment. A Y Homework: * Students are always responsible for the material presented. Study! * Finished assignments may be turned in at the end of the hour. * All chapter assignments are due no later than the day of the test.