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Interactive Notebook 3rd Quarter

Date
Session
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Activity
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1/27-28
1
Global Risk Assessment Factors Note Sheet //(directions)//
1


Patient Zero
2


Bacteria
3


Antibiotic Resistance
4




1/31, 2/3
2
Virus
video: How a virus invades: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rpj0emEGShQ
video: How a virus changes the world: http://www.takepart.com/video/contagion-how-virus-changes-world
5


How Do....
1. ...virus & bacteria compare/contrast? (venn diagram)
2. ...disease causing virus compare to computer virus?
3. ... vaccines protect the individual?
vaccines protect society?
6


The Nature of Viral Infections note sheet
(articles)
7




2/4-5
3
Fungi
8


Parasites
9


Vectors
10
2/6-7
4
Test Review Questions
Session 4, session 5
Session 6
11




2/10-11
5
Pandemic Triangulation
*Maps/Data Table
*Visual
*Articles
*Video & Video Questions
Study each collection of text. for each type of text, what does it tell you about the nature of pandemics
and/or society's reaction to them.
12


Epidemic vs Pandemic
13





2/17-18
6
Food: Top 3 Questions
these questions developed in group in response to "All Living Things Need Food." Students selected one question
that they will answer at the end of class each day in preparation of extended response assignment due at the end
of the unit
14




2/19-20
7
What is Living?
STERNGRR
15


What is Food?
Food Stations
Food Energy Line
16




2/21,24
8
Nutrition Notes Sheet (see homework page for template and resources)
17




2/24-26
9
What Are You Eating?
18


Nutrition Sleuth







Cellular Processes - Photosynthesis and Respiration
19


Relating Photosynthesis & Respiration Lab
20




3/5-6

Biotechnology Introduction
21








3/10-11

Biotechnology Information, Stations, Ethics
22








3/13-14

Paper Debate
  • Answer the question: "Should we plant genetically modified crops?" a t the top of the response page.
  • Based on your answer, read either the "If you answered 'yes'.." or "If you answered 'no'..'" response side of the debate sheet for Round 1
  • Think about the question again, and write your answer (after reading) in the Round 1 answer column.
  • Justify your answer using specific evidence from the reading, as well as class stations & videos.
  • Based on your answer in Round 1, read the"If you answered 'yes'.." or "If you answered 'no'..'" response side of the debate sheet for Round 2.
  • Follow the same pattern for all 6 rounds.
23




3/17-18

TED Talk Summaries
24


Biotech Pros & cons
25




3/19-20

Components of an Ecosystem
26


Habitat & Niche
27




3/21-24

Ecosystem Limits
28


Lake Winnipeg
29




3/25-26

Oh Deer population dynamics
30


Population Dynamics w/s
31




3/27-28

Ecosystem Roles
32


Ecosystem Relationships
33


Symbiosis Stories
34




3/31, 4/1

Food Chains & Food Webs
35


Pyramids: Energy, Biomass & Numbers
35




4/2-3

Warm Up: Explain why life depends on green plants
Ecosystem Interaction practice
36


Tag in a Food Web
37






Where Do We Find Carbon & Nitrogen?
38


Carbon Cycle
39


Nitrogen Cycle
40




4/10-11

Matter Recycling Worksheet
42