|Ch 7 Project: On Folded Wings||
Ch 7 Project
|Ch 7 Project Due end of class on W 1/31|
|Ch 7 Tools of Geometry||Performance Tasks 1-4
Notebook Due Fri. 1/26
Shattered Panel Project
Students are learning to create value and gradiation by shading light and dark grey on their Shattered Panel Project.
This week we will continue to read Farewell to Manzanar. Students will have the opportunity to look further into the topics surrounding internment camps, which were utilized by US during World War II. We will also have a discussion about a topic that is as relevant today as it was in the 1940s: immigration. Students will be researching in the Information Center this week and will also be given a take home test at the end of the week.
Monday Homework: Finish Research/ Chapters 7-8
Tuesday Homework: Chapters 9-10
Wednesday Homework: Assigned Research
Thursday Homework: Take Home Exam
Lunes 29 comentaremos los capítulos XI – XX del Quijote.
TAREA para el martes 30: Llevar la autobiografía, aprimera hora.
Martes: contestarán el examen de práctica de APRENDA.
miércoles : Prueba de vocabulario y comprensión
jueves : Prueba de ortografía y lenguaje.
viernes: control de lectura No. 3 de don Quijote capítulos XXI – XXX
Lunes 5 de febrero será el examen de APRENDA.
Profa. Jazmín Avilez
Topic: Cell Division
Independent Assortment Activity
Project: Meiosis Fold-a-ble (see rubric below)- Due Fri, Feb 2nd
Test: Fri, Feb 2nd
Meiosis Fold-a-ble Projects
|Missing (0 pts)||Poor (1 pt)||Average (1 ½ pts)||Excellent (2 pts)|
|Drawing of each phase
|No drawing or inaccurate drawing||Hand-drawn image of the phase with no labels OR a printed picture with labels||Hand-drawn image of the phase with some parts labels||Hand-drawn image of the phase, including labels all important parts|
|Description of each phase||No description
|Paragraph vaguely describes the phase or describes phase with errors.||Paragraph describes each phase with a minor omission OR title is lacking from the phase.||A title is on each page.
Paragraph describes the phases steps clearly and fully
|Differences between types of cell division
|No underlining||Only one or two differences are marked between phases OR two or more errors in marking the differences.||Differences between meiosis and mitosis are marked with only one error OR the omission of one or two differences.||All differences between meiosis and mitosis are single underlined in the meiosis I section of the fold-a-ble.|
|Differences between parts of meiosis
|No underlining||Only one or two differences are marked between phases OR two or more errors in marking the differences.||Differences between meiosis I and meiosis II are marked with only one error OR the omission of one or two differences.||All differences between meiosis I and meiosis II are double underlined in the meiosis II section of the fold-a-ble.|
|Neat and colorful booklet||Project is not in booklet format||Fold-a-ble booklet has sloppy writing and drawings. OR It’s folded sloppily.||Fold-a-ble booklet has neat writing and drawings. It’s folded neatly. Drawings lack color.||Fold-a-ble booklet has neat writing and drawings. It’s folded neatly. Drawings are colored neatly.|
|Spelling and grammar
|More than ten spelling or grammar errors||There are between five to ten spelling or grammar mistakes.||There are less than five spelling or grammar mistakes.||There are no spelling nor grammar mistakes.|
Cell Division Review
- Define: synapsis, gamete, crossing over, meiosis, mitosis, karyotype, anueoploidy, nondisjunction, stem cell, tetrad, cancer
- What are the three reasons why cells divide?
- Explain the relationships between surface area, volume, and cell division
- What is the purpose of spindle fibers?
- What happens during each of the stages of mitosis?
- List the proper order of phases in mitosis.
- How many and what types (haploid, diploid, or tetraploid) of cells result from mitosis?
- What’s the difference between sexual and asexual reproduction?
- How are cancer cells different than normal cells?
- What medical treatments can be done with stem cells?
- How many and what types (haploid, diploid, or tetraploid) of cells result from meiosis?
- How many egg cells result from meiosis? Why?
- How many sperm cells result from meiosis?
- How does meiosis increase variation amongst offspring?
- How does interphase I differ from interphase II?
- A human haploid cell has ______ chromosomes.
- A human diploid cell has _______ chromosomes.
- What happens during each of the stages of meiosis?
- How are meiosis and mitosis differ from one another?
- Describe the chromosomal problems and physical or mental conditions that result from each of these syndromes: Turner’s, Edward’s, Downs, Klinefelter, Cri-du-chat, Patau
Buen día, esta semana trabajaremos en clase con la plataforma de Google Classroom cuyo código para este grado será: ueqm54, para ingresar solo deben abrir su cuenta de la escuela o en la aplicación e ingresan su código; allí encontrarán su asignación y la fecha de entrega.
During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of SOCCER: passing, dribbling, shooting and goalkeeping. Students will put this knowledge to test in games.
Required Materials for Class: Tennis shoes, water bottle and appropriate clothing.
Optional Materials for Class: Bug spray, hat and sunscreen.
|PLEASE TAKE NOTE: To participate in class activities and receive full credit for the class, students need to wear appropriate clothing for P.E. class.
|GOALS: We will use the word RESPECT to set the main goals for the year.
Right to Learn – Every child has this right to be educated!
Effort – Win or lose, trying is the most important trait.
Safety – The number one priority each day!
Purpose – Understanding how the activity can benefit you.
Enthusiasm – Positive energy creates a positive environment!
Challenge – Challenge yourself to improve each day.
Trust/Teamwork – Work with and trust others, the result can be amazing!
|REMINDER: I would like to remind you that all students need to be dressed appropriately for the days that they have P.E. class. Students should refrain from using the following:
– Dresses for the girls
– Jeans (shorts or pants)
Candy, food, and/or gum – out of sight, out of mind!
Remain in supervised areas all the time!
This week we will continue to read Farewell to Manzanar. Last week, we discussed the morality and ethics of moving Japanese-Americans to internment camps during World War II. This week, we will continue to look at cultural differences relating to the Japanese and those from the USA to add context to the novel we are reading.
Take note, Friday is a half-day, following the AM Schedule. We do not have class this Friday.
Monday Homework: Assigned Research and Short Answer
Tuesday Homework: Chapters 4-5
Wednesday Homework: Assigned Research
Thursday Homework: Essay due Monday
Lunes 22 empiezan las presentaciones del barroco. Recuerden cumplir los siguientes requisitos:
Domino de la técnica el panel
Preguntas en fichas (index cards)
Dominio del tema que le corresponde
Presentación del informe
El próximo control de lectura será el viernes 26 de enero tomen nota de esto por favor. Control de lectura del libro don Quijote de los capítulos XI – XX de la I parte. Para este día tendrán que traer su respectivo diccionario glosario de 10 palabras con su respectivo significado.