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Interactive Class Notes / Learning Log / Textbook Notes Learning Goal: o SC.912.L.16.14:  Describe the cell cycle, including the process of mitosis. Explain the role of mitosis in  the formation of new cells and its importance in maintaining chromosome number during asexual  reproduction. (M) o SC.912.L.16.8:  Explain the relationship between mutation, cell cycle, and uncontrolled cell growth  potentially resulting in cancer. (M) Think About It What roles does cell division play in your life? You know from your own experience that living things grow, or increase in size, during particular stages of life or even throughout their lifetime.  This growth clearly depends on the production of new cells through cell division.  But what happens when you are finished growing?  Does cell division simply stop?  Think about what must happen when your body heals a cut or a broken bone.  And finally, think about the everyday wear and tear on cells of your skin, digestive system, and blood.  Cell division has a role to play there, too. Intro Podcast:  Crash Course: Splitting Up is Complicated Questions/Main Ideas:                                               Notes: & Key Terms In My Own Words (“How will I remember each term?”) Include Images and Hyperlinks Making it Personal 1. Have you ever had a  cut or a broken bone? 2. If yes, describe the  injury.   3. How long did it take to  heal?  4. What do you think  Answer(s):  1. Yes, I’ve had little cuts and scrapes here and there. 2. Small cuts and scrapes like any other person, nothing too serious. 3. I never kept track of how long it took to heal. 4. Cells reproduce and go to the affected tissue. Remember to  REVIEW  these  notes daily so you will be ready  to participate in class discussion the next day.  This practice of  daily review will also prepare  you for future assessments. Unit : Cell Cycle   Chapter :  10  Topic:  Cell Reproduction   Section : 10.2  The Process of Cell Division Name: Ali Gomez Class: Biology 1 Honors Period/Seat #: Period 5 Seat 8 Date: 10/20/2015 Pre Post Scale General Rubric for Student Understanding 4 I understand ........... enough to teach. (I can peer-tutor on this topic) (Expert Teacher - Wow!!) 3 I understand ............ enough to use. (Skilled & Independent!) 2 I understand part of ............ , but not ............. . (Need some help please!) 1 I do not have an understanding of ................. . (S.O.S. - I’m lost; will come for tutoring.)
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happened at the cellular level during the healing process?
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