Anatomy Week Ahead: 1/21-1/26

January19

This week we will discuss Diabetes and how hormone regulation plays a central role in this illness. There are some practice quizzes to keep you on your toes. Make sure you complete the quiz on the scheduled day before the time period expires. I will use these three practice quizzes as an easy daily grade for you.

Monday: Holiday

Tuesday: Topics: Demonstrate understanding of menstrual cycle lab and its application to hormone control.
Activities: Menstrual Lab Questions Application Quiz
Individual Practice: Hormone Quiz 2: CLICK THIS LINK
GAME CODE: 879034
HW: Complete notes Glucagon and Insulin (294-296)
Complete Feedback Loops Handout DUE WEDNESDAY

Wednesday: Topics: Identify hormones of pancreas gland and their role in proper organ function and diseases
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: Glucagon and Insulin (294-296)
Create Graphic Organizer for different types of diabetes
HW: Read Diabetes and complete Lab Pre-lab questions Part 1

Thursday:Topics: Study types, causes, symptoms, and treatments for diabetes
Activities: Lab: Diabetes Investigation
HW: Complete post lab questions

Friday: Topics: Explain why insulin is important and understand problems that arise when glucose levels are not regulated properly.
Activities: Q&A: Diabetes Lab
Individual Practice: Hormone Quiz 3 CLICK THIS LINK
GAME CODE: 018016
HW: Endocrine Review Handout Graphic Organizer (passed out in class)

HP Week Ahead 1/14-1/18

January13

This week we will wrap up our discussion of Work and Energy and then move on to momentum.
Monday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: STEM: Chain Reaction Bouncy Ball
HW: complete lab questions

Tuesday: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Assessment: Comprehension Quiz: Work-Energy Theorem and types of energy
Individual Practice: Kinetic and Potential Energy Worksheet
HW: unfinished problems

Wednesday: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Q&A: Comprehension Quiz: Work-Energy Theorem
Q&A: Kinetic and Potential Energy Worksheet
HW: prepare for test

Thursday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Test: Work, Energy and Work-Energy Theorem
HW: Notes over Playlist: Momentum (due Friday). Title each video and write appropriate information for each video

Friday: Momentum/Impulse
Activities: Lab: Bungee Egg Jump
HW: lab analysis

A&P Week Ahead: 1/14-18 aka SHARK WEEK

January12

This week is SHARK WEEK! We will continue our discussion of the endocrine system by learning about the reproductive hormones and applying hormone action to the menstrual cycle. Some of you will be gone Tuesday and Wednesday for UN, so you will need to complete the lab on your own time. I have graph paper if you need some ask me in class. Each person should complete the graphs and analysis questions. We will discuss on Thursday. You will have a practice quiz on Friday, but do not complete this quiz ahead of time, wait until class.

Monday: Topics: Identify hormones associated with male and female reproductive system
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: Ovaries/Testes (299-300 and 518-520)
HW:

Tuesday/Wednesday: Topics: Analyze changes in hormone levels during menstrual cycle.
Activities: Lab: Menstrual Cycle: Analysis of data Lab Handout
Analysis Questions
HW: Complete unfinished analysis questions

Thursday:Topics: Analyze changes in hormone levels during menstrual cycle.
Activities: Lab: Menstrual Cycle: Discussion of analysis and data collection
HW: Notes section (296-299)

Friday:Topics: Demonstrate understanding of menstrual cycle lab and its application to hormone control.
Activities: Menstrual Lab Questions Application Quiz
Individual Practice: Hormone Practice Quiz 1 join using this link: Click this link **This is a practice quiz. Do not try it until we are in class. It’s just for practice to keep you reviewing and studying.
GAME CODE: 529772
HW: Complete notes section 294-296
Complete Feedback Feedback Loop Handout

FEEL GOOD FRIDAY!

January10

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Physics Week Ahead: 1/7-1/11

January1

Welcome back! We will start the new year with a study of Work and conservation of energy. You are welcome to look ahead and complete the notes assignments ahead of time to help yourself out.

Work/Energy Playlist

Monday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Individual Reading/Research: Complete notes over Work Playlist and Sections in book: PG: 156-159 and PG 175-177
HW: Complete unfinished portions of notes
Complete Section Energy PG 160-166 by Thursday

Tuesday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Lecture/Discussion Work and Power
Guided Practice: PG 158 #1-4 PG 177 Formative Assessment #1-4
HW: unfinished problems
Complete Section Energy PG 160-166 by Thursday

Wednesday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Q&A: Work/Power Problems
Small Group Problem Solving: MOPS: Power and Work (only #1-4 5, 6, 10)
HW: Energy notes due Tuesday and unfinished problems

Thursday: Energy and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Science Appetizer: Law of Conservation of Energy Bowling Ball Demo
Lecture/Discussion: Types of Energy and Work-Energy Theorem
Small Group Problem Solving: Work-Energy Theorem Problem Set #1
HW: unfinished problems

Friday: Energy/Work
Activities: Q&A: Set 1 Problems
Small Group Practice: Problem Set 5A
HW: unfinished problems and MOPS: Energy (#1-12)

ANATOMY Week Ahead: 1/7-1/11

January1

Welcome back guys! We will kick off the new year with a study about the endocrine systems and hormones. Lots of interesting things to discuss and learn. You will notice the discussion schedule and the appropriate notes sections we will discuss that day. It is important you have those notes completed for the day’s discussion. Also notice on the case studies at the end of the week, I split up the questions to lighten the load a bit as we start back. All your notes need to be handwritten. I will have some additional organizers and diagrams for you to use as well.

Endocrine Playlist
ENDOCDRINE NOTES HANDOUT
ACTION OF STEROID HORMONE HANDOUT
ACTION OF A PEPTIDE HORMONE HANDOUT

Monday: Topics: Identify endocrine organs, hormones, and functions
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: General Endocrine characteristics (280-283)
HW: Case Study on Diabetes Insipidus read introduction and complete questions 1-11 (due Wednesday girls complete 1-6 skip #3 boys complete 7-11)

Tuesday: Topics: Differentiate between hormones and functions of anterior and posterior Pituitary gland.
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: Trophic Hormones (284-287)
HW: Complete Case Study: A case of Diabetes Insipidus (1-11 girls complete 1-6 skip #3 boys complete 7-11)

Wednesday: Topics: Differentiate between hormones and functions of anterior and posterior Pituitary gland.
Differentiate between other conditions and diabetes insipidus which produce similar symptoms
Activities: Case Study: A Case of Diabetes Insipidus
HW: Notes Thyroid and Parathyroid (287-294)

Thursday: Topics: Identify hormones of thyroid gland and their role in proper thyroid function and diseases
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: Thyroid and Parathyroid (287-294)
HW: Case Study: A Case of Seasonal Affective Disorder Questions 1-10 boys complete 1-5 girls complete 6-10

Friday: Topics: Identify hormones associated with the pineal gland and thymus glands.
Activities: Adrenal Gland, Pineal Gland, Thymus (296-299)
HW: Complete Notes Section: Gonads (299-300 and 518-520)

ANATOMY Week Ahead: 10/8-10/12

October5

This week we will discuss Ebola and Cancer in our study of disease mechanisms. We are looking at the last test for this grading period next Wednesday 10/17. Look ahead at the assignments for the week and plan your week accordingly so you have plenty of time to complete your work.
It would be helpful for you to watch these videos on EBOLA before you start the case study. You do not have to take notes over them, but you will be responsible for the content.
Background Info: EBOLA Playlist
**Don’t for get to have Parts 1-3 completed for Monday. These should be handwritten and on paper you can turn in.

Monday:Topics: Case Study The Ebola Wars
Activities: Discussion: Case Study: “The Ebola Wars: General Edition Parts 1-3
Think-Pair-Share: Part IV of Case Study
HW: Complete Parts 4- of Advanced Case Study (copy and pass out)

Tuesday:Topics: Elaborate Case Study The Ebola Wars
Activities: Discussion: Case Study: “The Ebola Wars: Advanced Edition Parts 4-5
Think-Pair-Share: Complete Part 5
HW: Complete Part 5: Treatment and Review Case Study for application quiz

Wednesday: Topics: Cancer
Activities: Individual complete Cancer Notes Assignment
HW: unfinished portions of cancer notes assignments

Thursday: Topics: Cancer
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: Cancer
HW: Complete Part 1 and 2 Case Study “A Cure for Cancer”

Friday: Topics: Assessment/Cancer Treatments
Activities: Application Quiz: “The Ebola Wars”
Jigsaw Part 3: Treatments
HW: Compete Part 4


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