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Mrs. LeBel

Hello, my name is Deb LeBel. I teach Biology.
 

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Week Oct. 26

Course: Biology - Period 1/2 

Course Schedule: Wed/Th

Office Hours: Friday 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  How do the characteristics of carbon make it an ideal element?

How does the structure of a water molecule allow for the functions necessary for life?

Standards/PIs:  

I can develop and/or use models to explain how the properties of water result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding affect its biological function.

Student Assignments: 6.1 Quiz and Read 6.2 and 6.2

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Course:  Biology - Period 3/4 

Course Schedule: Wed./Th

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:

How do the characteristics of carbon make it an ideal element?

How does the structure of a water molecule allow for the functions necessary for life?

Standards/PIs:  

I can develop and/or use models to explain how the properties of water result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding affect its biological function.

 

Student Assignments: 6.1 Quiz Read 6.2 & 6.3

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 5/6

Course Schedule: Mon. - Th.

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  

How do the characteristics of carbon make it an ideal element?

How does the structure of a water molecule allow for the functions necessary for life?

Standards/PIs:  

I can develop and/or use models to explain how the properties of water result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding affect its biological function.

Student Assignments:  6. 1 notes and microscope quiz

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 7/8 

Course Schedule: Mon. - Th.

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  

How do the characteristics of carbon make it an ideal element?

How does the structure of a water molecule allow for the functions necessary for life?

Standards/PIs:  

I can develop and/or use models to explain how the properties of water result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding affect its biological function.

Student Assignments: 6.1 notes and microscope quiz

Links/Resources:

Week Oct. 19th

Course: Biology - Period 1/2 

Course Schedule: Wed/Th

Office Hours: Friday 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  How do the characteristics of carbon make it an ideal element?

How does the structure of a water molecule allow for the functions necessary for life?

Standards/PIs:  

I can develop and/or use models to explain how the properties of water result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding affect its biological function.

Student Assignments: Fill in Ch. 6 guided notes and complete ch. 6 vocab check worksheet

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 3/4 

Course Schedule: Wed./Th

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:

How do the characteristics of carbon make it an ideal element?

How does the structure of a water molecule allow for the functions necessary for life?

Standards/PIs:  

I can develop and/or use models to explain how the properties of water result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding affect its biological function.

 

Student Assignments: Microscope Quiz; study for 6.1 Quiz

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 5/6

Course Schedule: Mon. - Th.

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  

How do the characteristics of carbon make it an ideal element?

How does the structure of a water molecule allow for the functions necessary for life?

Standards/PIs:  

I can develop and/or use models to explain how the properties of water result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding affect its biological function.

Student Assignments:  Ch. 2 Test; write definitions for microscope and label; Ch. 3 Open Book Quiz

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 7/8 

Course Schedule: Mon. - Th.

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  

How do the characteristics of carbon make it an ideal element?

How does the structure of a water molecule allow for the functions necessary for life?

Standards/PIs:  

I can develop and/or use models to explain how the properties of water result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding affect its biological function.

Student Assignments: Complete Ch. 2 Review, Ch. 2 Test and label and define microscope parts

Links/Resources:

Week of Oct. 12

Course: Biology - Period 1/2 

Course Schedule: Wed/Th

Office Hours: Friday 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  How do the characteristics of carbon make it an ideal element?

How does the structure of a water molecule allow for the functions necessary for life?

Standards/PIs:  

I can develop and/or use models to explain how the properties of water result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding affect its biological function.

Student Assignments:  Fill in Ch. 6 guided notes and complete ch. 6 vocab check worksheet

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 3/4 

Course Schedule: Wed./Th

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:

How do the characteristics of carbon make it an ideal element?

How does the structure of a water molecule allow for the functions necessary for life?

Standards/PIs:  

I can develop and/or use models to explain how the properties of water result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding affect its biological function.

 

Student Assignments: Fill in Ch. 6 guided notes and complete ch. 6 vocab check worksheet

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 5/6

Course Schedule: Mon. - Th.

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  

How do the characteristics of carbon make it an ideal element?

How does the structure of a water molecule allow for the functions necessary for life?

Standards/PIs:  

I can develop and/or use models to explain how the properties of water result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding affect its biological function.

Student Assignments: Take notes on Ch. 2 and draw color and label organism, population, community, ecosystem and biosphere (including parasitism, mutualism and commensalism.

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 7/8 

Course Schedule: Mon. - Th.

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  

How do the characteristics of carbon make it an ideal element?

How does the structure of a water molecule allow for the functions necessary for life?

Standards/PIs:  

I can develop and/or use models to explain how the properties of water result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding affect its biological function.

Student Assignments: Take notes on Ch. 2 and draw color and label organism, population, community, ecosystem and biosphere (including parasitism, mutualism and commensalism.

Links/Resources:

 

Week of Oct. 5th

Course: Biology - Period 1/2 

Course Schedule: Mon/Wed

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments:  Ch.2 Test, draw/label microscopes and draw/label two specimens under high and low power.

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 3/4 

Course Schedule: M/W

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions: 

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments: Ch.2 Test, draw/label microscopes and draw/label two specimens under high and low power.

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 5/6

Course Schedule: W/Th

Office Hours: Friday's 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments: Ch. 1 Test; define Ch. 2 vocal (page 63 20 words) and take notes on 2.1 37-47

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 7/8 

Course Schedule: M/T

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs: 

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments:  Ch. 1 Quiz, go over conversions and ethical issues

Links/Resources:

Week of Sept. 28

Course: Biology - Period 1/2 

Course Schedule: Mon. - Thurs. 

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments:  Start Ch. 2 (Powerpoint with guided reading and a drawing including the following: biosphere, communities, ecosystem, population, organism, commensalism, mutualism and parasitism

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 3/4 

Course Schedule: Mon. - Thurs. 

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions: 

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments: Start Ch. 2 (Powerpoint with guided reading and a drawing including the following: biosphere, communities, ecosystem, population, organism, commensalism, mutualism and parasitism

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 5/6

Course Schedule:  Thursday/Friday

Office Hours: Friday 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments:  Wed. Ch. 1 Quiz   After the quiz go over conversions, ethical issues, how to write a hypothesis, statement, independent and dependent variables

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 7/8 

Course Schedule: Mon/Tues

Office Hours: Fridays 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs: 

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments:  Check Ch. 1 vocab for completion, go over controls and variable worksheet, introduce conversions, review what's on Ch. 1 quiz (see Google classroom for specifics)

Links/Resources:

Week of Sept. 21

Course: Biology - Period 1/2 

Course Schedule: M / W

Office Hours: 10:00 - 12:00 Friday 

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments: Ch. 1 Quiz M / T - See Google classroom for details

Ch. 1 Test W/TH - See Google Classroom for details

Links/Resources:

 

Course:  Biology - Period 3/4 

Course Schedule: M/W

Office Hours: 10:00 - 12:00 Friday

Essential Questions: 

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments:

Ch. 1 Quiz M / T - See Google classroom for details

Ch. 1 Test W/TH - See Google Classroom for details

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 5/6

Course Schedule: W/TH

Office Hours: 10:00 - 12:00 Friday

Essential Questions:  

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments:  Ch. 1 Vocab due, go over conversions, hypothesis, independent and dependent variables  

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 7/8 

Course Schedule: M/T

Office Hours: 10:00 - 12:00 Friday

Essential Questions:  

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs: 

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments: Ch. 1 Vocab due, go over conversions, hypothesis, independent and dependent variables  

Links/Resources:

Week of Sept. 14

Course: Biology - Period 1/2 

Course Schedule: 

Office Hours: 10:00 - 12:00 Fridays

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments:

Characteristics of Life Lab

Controls and Variables Worksheet

Write out Ch. 1 Vocab

Study for Ch. 1 Quiz

 

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 3/4 

Course Schedule: 

Office Hours: 10:00 - 12:00 Fridays

Essential Questions: 

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments:

Characteristics of Life Lab

Controls and Variables Worksheet

Write out Ch. 1 Vocab

Study for Ch. 1 Quiz

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 5/6

Course Schedule: 

Office Hours: 10:00 - 12:00 Fridays

Essential Questions:  

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments:

Characteristics of Life Lab

Controls and Variables Worksheet

Write out Ch. 1 Vocab

Study for Ch. 1 Quiz

Links/Resources:



Course:  Biology - Period 7/8 

Course Schedule: 

Office Hours: 10:00 - 12:00 Fridays

Essential Questions:  

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs: 

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments:

Characteristics of Life Lab

Controls and Variables Worksheet

Write out Ch. 1 Vocab

Study for Ch. 1 Quiz

Links/Resources:

Deb LeBel - Biology Week of Sept. 9 - week 1

Course: Biology - Period 1/2 

Course Schedule: M/T/W/TH

Office Hours: Friday 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments: Complete autobiography assignment

Links/Resources:


Course:  Biology - Period 3/4 

Course Schedule: M/T/W/TH

Office Hours: Friday 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions: 

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments: Complete autobiography assignment

Links/Resources:


Course:  Biology - Period 5/6

Course Schedule: M/T/W/TH

Office Hours: Friday 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs:  

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments: Complete autobiography assignment

Links/Resources:


Course:  Biology - Period 7/8 

Course Schedule: M/T/W/TH

Office Hours: Friday 10:00 - 12:00

Essential Questions:  

What does it mean to be alive?

How does science, specifically biology, develop new knowledge?

Standards/PIs: 

I can construct and revise an explanation for the classification of things as living or nonliving.

I can plan and conduct an investigation to determine the response of an organism to various environmental conditions.

Student Assignments: Complete autobiography assignment

Links/Resources: