1. SS: Membrane Structure
2. POGIL: Membrane function
3. Finish the POGIL
4. Learn the vocabulary: Common Design and Organelles lists
Use the Quizlet deck, or write out definitions
Vocab & S'math quiz next class
1. Review the POGIL: Membrane Structure
2. In Groups:
• look at data feedback; revise as needed
• share your draft analysis; edit as needed
• turn back in
3. Read/take notes 5.1
1. Quickwrite: Cells
2. Cell size lab data
• make a copy of the Class Sheet
• identify (correct where possible) questionable data
• graph the class data
3. Organize and edit the lab data & results
4. Draft the lab analysis
5. Complete the Membrane Structure POGIL
Optional: Edit the Pre-lab
1. Cell structures reviewed
2. Cell Size Lab
Methods and math, data table
3. Run the trials
4. Add organelle function to cell diagram
5. From the Buffet complete the POGIL: Membrane Structure
Optional: Need more SA:V calculation practice?
1. Cells: So what?
2. SS: Diffusion & the square-cube law
block models; check your math against the key
3. Cell Size Lab: Read through the methods, write the pre-lab
does your group have agar? vinegar?
4. Buffet: Annotate the cell diagram(s) as directed in the GC assignment
1. Jennifer Taddei on AP testing
2. SS, continued: Why are cells are small?
3. Cell Size : calculating the SA:V ratio
4. Buffet- Text: A Short History of Everything on cells
read, define new vocabulary, underline sources, paraphrase main point of each paragraph
5. Cell size Lab: Background, including example w/calculations
1. SS - Cell Types & from simple > complex
2. Group Jamboard: Prokaryotic vs Eukaryotic
use text sections 4.2 & 4.3, SS as a resource
3. Read/take notes on SS and/or 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3; watch the linked videos to review endosymbiosis.
4. Tuesday and Friday are professional development days for staff, and a mental health presentation for students during core. No student presentations are scheduled for 1A, so we will meet for class Tuesday 8:15-9:15 as usual.