3/12: Notes and reading on renewable and non renewable resources.
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3/11: Renewable/Non renewable resources: introduction . essential standards and videos
3/8: Test corrections on 8.L.2.1 Early Release
3/7: Presentations on the readings. Questions need to be answered through presentations.
3/6: Test on 8.L.2.1 biotechnology. Afterwards will work on the readings/ presentations.
3/4 - 3/5: Readings in class on selective breeding, cloning, bioremediation, stem cells, GMO foods,. Reading in preparation for teaching the class their readings.
3/1/19: debate on GMO foods v organics
2/25 - 2/2/28: Argumentative graphic organizer for genetically modified foods vs. organics.
2/22/19: Biotechnology careers
2/20/19: Heal, Feed, Sustain video and discussion
2/19:19: Essential Standards and vocab; videos
2/18/19: Biotechnology: Discussion and videos
2/13/19: JIgsaw around the room on posters for diseases.
2/12/19: School Net test on 8.L.1.1 & 1.2: Code: SmithL1112
2/11/19: working on study guide for test tomorrow. See google classroom for link to help on how bacteria changes over time.
2/1 - 2/8: Working on a disease project. See below for introduction, fact sheet and rubric. there are two different projects and rubrics. Make sure you are following the correct one. Public Service Announcement needs to be completed on 11 x 17 paper only. Teacher has.
1/28 - 1/30: Working on infectious diseases. See google classroom for information and what to complete. There is also a reading that needs to be completed on google classroom called: outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics. Look on the back for the assignment that needs to be completed on a separate sheet of paper.
1/24/19: Introduction to viruses, parasites, etc. see below for power point and vocabulary list along with standards