Daily Schedule Unit 8 The Evolution of Sex, Meiosis, and Animal Development

Daily Schedule Unit 8 The Evolution of Sex, Meiosis, and Animal Development

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PIB Biology Daily Schedule Unit Eight: The Evolution of Sex, Meiosis, and Animal Development Textbook p. 154 and CHs 10 and 43.1-43.5 March 30 – April 11 Note: Units 8 and 9 will be combined into one big exam, most likely on Block Day, May 4 th and 5 th DAY PLAN HOMEWORK Wed 3/30 1) PBS Evolution video: Why Sex? 2) Handout For Friday’s Reading Quiz, and the rest of the Reading Quizzes this semester, you may use any hand-written notes or hand-drawn figures that you take from the textbook. Read Textbook p. 154 and CH 10.1-10.4 Prepare for a Reading Quiz Friday Personal Challenge: Do the Data Analysis Exercise, Self Quiz, and all three Critical Thinking questions on page 167. Thurs 3/31 Warmup: Explain the evolutionary roles played by meiosis and sexual reproduction. 1) Discuss PBS Evolution video: Why Sex? and Handout 2) Hand back and discuss Unit 7 Exam Friday 4/1 Warmup: Why does it take two sets of cytokinesis divisions to produce a viable gamete instead of one? 1) Reading Quiz 10.1-10.4 2) 10.1-10.4 Alleles and Meiosis PPT (17 slides)
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Unformatted text preview: Read Textbook CH 10.5-10.6 Prepare for a Reading Quiz Monday Mon 4/4 Warmup: Why are animal egg cells so big and sperm cells so little? 1) Reading Quiz 10.5-10.6 2) Finish 10.1-10.4 Alleles and Meiosis PPT 3) 10.5-10.6 Gametogenesis, Spermatogenesis, and Oogenesis PPT Tues 4/5 Meiosis with Pop Beads with Handout Block 4/6 4/7 National Geographic DVD In the Womb Read Textbook CH 43.1-43.5 Prepare for a Reading Quiz Friday 4/8 Warmup: List the six processes that most animals follow during reproduction and development. Why are these steps essentially the same among most animals? Why are there differences? 1) Reading Quiz 43.1-43.5 2) 43.1-43.5 The Basics of Animal Development PPT Mon 4/11 Finish Unit 8 Read Textbook CH 11.1-11.3 Prepare for a Reading Quiz on Tuesday Do all Genetics Problems on pages 182 and 183 for Friday Personal Challenge: Do the Data Analysis Exercise and Self Quiz on pages 182 and 183 Tues 4/12 See Unit 9 Daily Plan...
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