Warm-up 8: Explain the main differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
1. Notes: Cell organelles part 2
2. Cell analogies part 2
3. Vocab work session
No warm-up- study for quiz
1. Quiz- biochemistry
2. Notes: Cells and organelles
3. Cell analogy
Pick up lab handout by mailboxes
Warm-up 7: Describe three differences between DNA and RNA
1. Reading labels lab
2. Macromolecules review
HW: Study for quiz tomorrow
Hand in graphic organizers to red bucket.
Warm-up 6: Write an analogy for each of the levels of protein structure.
1. Class discussion- DNA tests
2. Notes: Nucleic acids
3. Finish protein structure activity
4. Macromolecule foldable
HW: Bring a snack tomorrow
Warm-up 5: Define monomer. What is the monomer of a carbohydrate? Do lipids have monomers? Explain.
1. Reading session: DNA test article
2. Notes: Protein structure
3. Protein modeling activity
HW: Graphic organizer if incomplete in class
Warm-up 4: How do the functions of carbohydrates and lipids differ?
1. Reading session for article- 15 minutes
2. Notes: Lipids and carbohydrates
3. Summary: comparing and contrasting lipids and carb
Warm-up 3: Explain how biochemistry provides the basis for genetics.
1. Set up notebooks
3. Notes: carbohydrates and lipids
4. Compare and contrast carbs and lipids
5. Article if time permits
Warm-up 2: So far, what is your opinion of at home genetics testing based on what you've read?
1. Finish unit presentations.
2. Reading session for yesterday's article.
3. Notes: Biochemistry introduction
4. Metaphor activity
HW: Notebooks due tomorrow, syllabus signature due Friday
Warm-up 1: What do you hope to learn in genetics?
1. Fill out info sheet on your desk
2. Finish posters in groups
3. Present posters
4. Article reading
5. Group discussion
HW: Get notebook for Thursday.