CP Quarter 1 Calendar 2003

 

CP Quarter 1 Calendar 2003

August 23-October 22

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Quarter 1  Project: Cell ModelS

MonTuesWedThurFri
23

welcome back!!

 

24

 

252627

Quiz-prefix/suffix list (use gold sheet)

 

 

MonTuesWedThurFri
30

book quiz …bring your book today,  then leave it home the rest of the year

31

quiz-on-line word list…no gold sheet

1

 

2

Safety Quiz

3
6

Labor Day-no school

7

Safety contract due

sec rev 2-3,  3-1 due (you were working on these in class Friday)

 

lab today….do not need closed shoes

(no safety contract means a “0” on the lab!!)

8

 

water lab questions due- revise if necessary for tomorrow

9

buffer lab-need closed toed shoes (no sandals)

final call for water lab

10

 

compile data for buffer lab

13 

urn in buffer lab

quiz-water/buffers

1415

biomass lab-

no sandals!!

16

finish biomass lab

17

Biochemical Buzz

crossword puzzle due

20

Test ch 2-3, 3-1, 3-3

acids/bases.

buffers, biomolecules

212223

Cell Model assigned

24

collect 2-liter bottles until we have enough…..

 

 

MonTuesWedThurFri
29

 

30

 

quiz…prokaryotic cells

 

HW-

 

 

1

 

 

structures, functions, comparison

456

Cell Model due-have someone deliver it if you are not here

7

 

8

microscope lab due

bottles/bring whatyou want to live in your ecosystem

 

1112

 

1314

first video summary due

 

bubble membrane lab due Monday

15

Teacher in-service

no school

18

bubble membrane lab due

binders due–organize!!

19

cell lab due

 

 

202122

last day of quarter

 

 

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CP Quarter 1 Calendar 2003

CP Quarter 1 Calendar 2003

August 23-October 22

home | AP Bio | Honors Bio | CP Bio | calendars | Visit the Lab

 

Quarter 1  Project: Cell ModelS

MonTuesWedThurFri
23

welcome back!!

 

24

 

252627

Quiz-prefix/suffix list (use gold sheet)

 

 

MonTuesWedThurFri
30

book quiz …bring your book today,  then leave it home the rest of the year

31

quiz-on-line word list…no gold sheet

1

 

2

Safety Quiz

3
6

Labor Day-no school

7Safety contract due

sec rev 2-3,  3-1 due (you were working on these in class Friday)

 

lab today….do not need closed shoes

(no safety contract means a “0” on the lab!!)

8

 

water lab questions due- revise if necessary for tomorrow

9buffer lab-need closed toed shoes (no sandals)

final call for water lab

10

 

compile data for buffer lab

13 

urn in buffer lab

quiz-water/buffers

1415

biomass lab-

no sandals!!

16

finish biomass lab

17

Biochemical Buzz

crossword puzzle due

20

Test ch 2-3, 3-1, 3-3

acids/bases.

buffers, biomolecules

212223

Cell Model assigned

24

collect 2-liter bottles until we have enough…..

 

 

 

MonTuesWedThurFri
29

 

30

 

quiz…prokaryotic cells

 

HW-

 

 

1

 

 

structures, functions, comparison

456

Cell Model due-have someone deliver it if you are not here

7

 

8

microscope lab due

bottles/bring whatyou want to live in your ecosystem

 

1112

 

1314

first video summary due

 

bubble membrane lab due Monday

15

Teacher in-service

no school

18

bubble membrane lab due

binders due–organize!!

19

cell lab due

 

 

202122

last day of quarter

 

 

Quarter 2 Calendar

Quarter 3 Calendar

Quarter 4 Calendar

 

© Mariemont City Schools 2002, Halsall (08/08/03 )

 

Project Due Dates

Project Due Dates
Last update    August 9, 2010

Abstracts:
Due FIRST TUESDAY of each month!
ABSTRACTS

Cry of the Kalahari paper:

Friday, October 29     1st quiz
Friday, November 12    2nd Quiz
Friday, December 3   3rd Quiz
Thursday, December 9    Cry Paper Due!

Leaf Collection Due:
Wednesday, September 27  

Wildflower Collection Due:
Friday, May 13

Lab Reports Due:

1st nine WEEKS
    Lab 2 Enzyme Catalysis
     Lab 1 Osmosis & Diffusion
2ND NINE WEEKS
    Lab  4 Photosynthesis & Pigments
   Lab 5 Cellular Respiration
   Lab 3 Mitosis & Meiosis
3rd nine weeks
   Lab 8 Population Genetics
   Lab 6 Molecular Biology
4th nine weeks
   Lab 9 Transpiration
   Lab 10 Physiology of Circulation
   Lab 11 Behavior
   Lab 12 Dissolved Oxygen 
      
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How to Raise a Delinquent

  1. Begin in infancy to give the child everything that they want.  In this way, they will grow to believe the world owes them a living.
  2. When they pick up bad words, laugh at them so they think they’re cute and will pick up ‘cuter’ phrases to embarrass you with later.
  3. Never give them any spiritual training.  Wait until they’re 21 and then let them ‘decide’ for themselves.
  4. Avoid the use of the word ‘wrong’ so they won’t develop a guilt complex.  This will condition them to believe later when they’re arrested for stealing a car or possessing drugs that society is against them, and they are being persecuted.
  5. Pick up everything they leave lying around – books, shoes, & clothing.  Do everything for them so they will be experienced in throwing all the responsibility on others.
  6. Let them read any printed material they can get their hands on including all internet sites.  Be careful that that the dishes and glasses are sterilized, but let your child’s mind feast on garbage.
  7. Quarrel frequently in front of your child so they will not be so surprised later when their home breaks up.
  8. Give the child all the spending money they want & never let them earn their own.  Why should things be as tough as you had them?
  9. Take their side in disputes against teachers, neighbors, and policemen.  They are all prejudiced against your child.
  10. When they get into real trouble apologize for yourself, saying ‘ I never could do anything with them.’

Prepare for a life of grief because you are apt to have it.


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How to Have a Successful Parent-Teacher Conference

How to have a successful parent-teacher conference

  1. Both parents should attend.
  2. Be on time and remember to keep the conference approximately 5 minutes in length. If you need more time, schedule a follow-up conference during the teacher’s conference period.
  3. Begin the conference with a positive tone.
  4. If you have questions you wish to ask, write these down ahead of time and bring them to the conference so you won’t forget to ask them.
  5. Ask questions about the student’s grades, assignments, behavior, etc.
  6. Listen closely.
  7. Ask the teacher for things that the student should do at home.
  8. Be sure to let the teacher know if there is any condition they should be aware of that might affect learning.
  9. Be cooperative and show respect because both you and the teacher want what is best for your child.
  10. Close the conference on a positive note.

Good Questions to ask the Teacher:

  1. What are my child’s areas of strength and weakness?
  2. Is my child involved in any special projects?
  3. How are home works, labs, tests, and projects evaluated?
  4. Has my child completed and turned in all their homework on time?
  5. Is my child involved in class discussions and activities?
  6. How does my child work with other students in groups?
  7. Does my child utilize their extra class time to work on homework?
  8. Is my child always respectful to the teacher and to other students?  If not, ask for an explanation and set up an improvement plan with your teacher for your child to follow. Remember to re-contact the teacher to see if the plan is working or if it needs to be revised.
  9.  Ask what you can do at home to help your child improve.
  10. Never ask for bonus work, especially if a child is failing!  Children fail because they do not or can not do the work that is required of them.  They need help with their regular assignments and not more work put on top of that!!!

Dates  and Times for Parent-Teacher Conferences:

             Tuesday   October 25, 20053:00 to 7:00pm
             Thursday    March 16, 20053:00 to 7:00pm
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