What did we do in class today?
1. Spermatogenesis notes
2. Spermatogenesis diagrams
3. Spermatogenesis notecards: 9 cards total- spermatogonium, primary spermatocyte, secondary spermatocyte, spermatid, spermatazoa, head of sperm, acrosome, midpiece of sperm, tail of sperm.
HW: Anything not complete in class is homework.
Is your notebook set up? If not, why? Set it up now! Don't waste time.
Warm-up 1: How does sexual reproduction increase genetic diversity?
Human reproductive organs diagram
Make note cards for the reproductive organs and their parts- on the front write the name of the part; on the back write the function of that part
Unit 2 Test Day
Read and summarize article linked below according to these instructions
EX: Smith, R. “The article about science stuff.” Science Stuff. Jan 7, 2002. 25-31
Pick up iRespond by the door and spread out- you may not sit next to anyone. There are additional seats and desks available around the room.
No warm-up- study for quiz
Cell Cycle and Meiosis Quiz
Notes: Stem Cells
Cancer research and awareness activity
Learning Target: Students will compare the products of male and female meiosis. Students will explain the role of checkpoints and cell signaling in the cell cycle.
Warm-up 4: Describe at least 3 differences between mitosis and meiosis
1. Notes- comparing male and female meiosis
2. Graphing CDKs and cyclins
On the post-it provided, write your name and explain the role of checkpoints in the cell cycle
Study for quiz tomorrow (mitosis and meiosis)
Warm-up 3- Describe how the plant mitosis looks different from the mitosis diagrams we have seen of animal cells.
Complete flip book from yesterday, create meiosis flip book
HW: Study for quiz Tuesday
Hand in the online activity to the red bucket.
Warm-up 3: Explain how the cell cycle is involved in cancer progression. How is cell signalling involved in this process?
Open house tonight! Tell your parents!
Opener: Warm-up 2
List and describe the steps involved in signal transduction
Computer lab to work on HHMI Click and Learn about Cancer
On the Post It provided, explain how cell signaling is involved in regulating the cell cycle. Give it to Ms. Johnson on your way out.
HW: Complete Click and Learn if incomplete in class