Origin of Eukaryotes

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Yesterday we discussed prokaryotes; their characteristics and examples. Today, we’ll examine the eukaryotic cell and its characteristics. But, before we do, lets take a moment to theorize where Eukaryotes evolved from 1.5 billion years ago.

For today’s warm up, do the “Endosymbiosis” worksheet

Key ← Use it as a resource, not to copy

Then we’ll be taking some time to learn the parts of a Eukaryotic cell. Please watch the YouTube Video or open the PPT in Keynote to complete the “Cell Part Chart” in a paper format or as a PDF.

In our next class, we’ll review the types of cells as well as this chart and the parts of a Eukaryotic cell.

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Catch Up with Cells

This is you playing catch-up obviously

After you Finish your Unit 2 test, we’re going to play a little catch-up with Unit 3… Cells.

Watch the video (or Click the link) below to be taken to our Unit 3-Section 1 Notes on the cell theory. Your assignment is to take these notes tonight and be prepared to discuss and answer questions on it tomorrow! Good luck!

YouTube – Cell Theory

Origin of Eukaryotes

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Yesterday we discussed prokaryotes; their characteristics and examples. Today, we’ll examine the eukaryotic cell and its characteristics. But, before we do, lets take a moment to theorize where Eukaryotes evolved from 1.5 billion years ago.

For today’s warm up, do the “Endosymbiosis” worksheet (pg.41 in yesterday’s packet)

Key ← Use it as a resource, not to copy

Then we’ll be taking some time to learn the parts of a Eukaryotic cell. Please watch the YouTube Video or open the PPT in Keynote to complete the “Cell Part Chart” in a paper format or as a PDF.

Tomorrow, we’ll review the types of cells as well as this chart and the parts of a Eukaryotic cell.

Unit 3 Post-Test: So what do you know NOW?

Click the link below to prove how much you have learned about Cells…

Unit 3: What do you think you already know

Reminders: Your Biology – Unit 3 Test is tomorrow! It will cover the following topics:

  • Cell Theory
  • Scientists who contributed
  • Types of cells (compare/contrast)
  • Cell Parts
  • Protein creation

Hopefully later today I’ll begin to post the projects you’ve created to YouTube and to this site. Feel free to come back and see what a great job you did.

Unit 3 Post-Test: So what do you know NOW?

Click the link below to be swept back in time to the day you took the Unit 3 PreTest. I’d like you to retake the quiz and see how far you’ve come and what you have learned:

Unit 3: What do you think you already know

Reminders: Your Biology – Unit 3 Test is tomorrow! It will cover the following topics:

  • Cell Theory
  • Scientists who contributed
  • Types of cells (compare/contrast)
  • Cell Parts
  • Protein creation

Later today I’ll begin to post the projects you’ve created to YouTube and to this site. Feel free to come back and see what a great job you did.

Class Agenda for 9/25

Biology: Follow these directions to help better prepare you for your test, which is scheduled for October 4th (Next Friday!)

  1. Complete your cell coloring
  2. Do the cell crossword puzzles (Label the parts as you fill in the crossword)
  3. Follow the directions listed below to create your own review quiz!
    1. Go to drive.google.com
    2. at the very bottom of the page, click the link that says ‘desktop’
    3. if the page appears with a warning, click ‘continue to desktop version’
    4. to the left of the new page, click the red box that says ‘create’ and then click ‘form’ on the drop down menu
    5. It will then open a new page with a pop up box
      1. Title: Your Name Cell Review
      2. Choose a skin
      3. press ‘ok’
    6. For your first question, put “Name:” in the question title. Then change the question type to ‘text’. Click ‘required question’  and then press ‘done’.
    7. Now press ‘add item’ and start writing your 1st of 10 questions. You can choose to make the question multiple choice, a list, text, or a paragraph. When your first question is finished, press ‘done’.
    8. To add your next questions press ‘add item’ and repeat #6.
    9. Once you’ve made your 10th question click ‘View Live Form’ in the bar near the top. This will allow you to preview your quiz and see how others will view it. If it is ready to publish, click the bar at the top that says ‘drive.google.com’ and it will change to the link for your specific quiz. Copy the entire link.
    10. Now, at the bottom of this post you’ll see a link that says ‘# comments’, click that link
    11. When the comment box appears, paste your link. Below that put your school email address in the email box, and your name – period in the name box.
    12. Finally, once you have posted your quiz, complete 3 quizzes from other students in the same period as you. Feel free to complete more than the three or complete quizzes from other classes too.

Tomorrow, I’ll show you how to check your responses so we can make sure everyone completed their assignment. Good luck making your quiz and email me if you have any questions. Have a great Wednesday!

Chemistry: Complete the Ch. 25 discovery questions (available as a PDF on the Chem page) using the iBook. Feel free to work with a partner.

Origin of Eukaryotes

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Yesterday we discussed prokaryotes; their characteristics and examples. Today, we’ll examine the eukaryotic cell and its characteristics. But, before we do, lets take a moment to theorize where Eukaryotes evolved from 1.5 billion years ago.

For today’s warm up, do the “Endosymbiosis” worksheet (pg.41 in yesterday’s packet)

Key ← Use it as a resource, not to copy

Then we’ll be taking some time to learn the parts of a Eukaryotic cell. For those of you in 9th period, I’m sorry that I cannot be there to help guide you. But please watch the YouTube Video or open the PPT in Keynote to complete the “Cell Part Chart” in a paper format or as a PDF.

On Monday, we’ll review the types of cells as well as this chart and the parts of a Eukaryotic cell. Then on Tuesday, we’ll look at some real-life eukaryotes under the microscope. Have a great last weekend of summer!