Below is your link to your Unit 7 test. The questions will be on the test form given to you by your instructor. Please answer all questions on the google form. If you have trouble seeing the form please go to drive.google.com and log in. Good luck…
Today in #hbio we’ll be reviewing for tomorrow’s test over Unit 7. To review, you’ve been selected to be Tributes in the Unit 7 Hunger Games!!! Ok, so its not life or death survival of the fittest, instead we’ll be doing a speed stations activity. There are 32 stations posted throughout the room. You and a partner will try to complete these stations as ACCURATELY & QUICKLY as possible. You are Competing against the other players in your class. The fastest, and the most accurate, will receive a bonus point.
At the end of the day, I will post the stations on this site for you to review with. Be sure to study your Unit 7 Study Guide as well. Good Luck, and may the odds be forever in your favor…
Unit 7 Review: Answer Sheet – Link –
Okay, so you did a great job yesterday working on your “stations”. Those need to be finished as quick as possible (lets say before class on Friday). So if you want to work on them in class, great, go for it. OR… You can work on that at home and do some of the other activities listed on the board, like the Mitosis notes. These notes absolutely have to be done before class on Thursday so we can move on to Meiosis (I’m not sayin’, I’m just sayin’). Hopefully that (kinda) clarifies things for you. Until then, check the links on the semester 2 page, the details on the whiteboard in class, and the videos below.
Cell Cycle & Mitosis Notes
Ok, you may be to young (or uncool) to know that song lyric, but regardless here we go on to semester 2! We’ve reached the halfway mark but we have a long haul left. In both SEHS and Biology we have 5 units left to complete this year.
For the rest of the year, make sure you use the “Semester 2” links below the class tabs to reach the content we’ll be doing in class (and for those of you just joining us, you can find class rules and procedures there as well).
We’ll be covering chromosomes, types of reproduction (careful…), Mitosis, Meiosis, Karyotyping and Genetic Disorders