High School Chemistry Review Worksheets
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High School Chemistry Review Worksheets

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Pecos High School Pre-AP Biology

1st Six Weeks

2009-2010 Syllabus

Week 1:
Student Expectations: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the biological processes and characteristics of life exemplified by organisms.Students will recall the steps in the scientific method.

August 24: Teacher notes, vocabulary handouts, textbook reading assignments, worksheet questions.

Week 2:
Student Expectations: Cell structure and function will be analyzed and students will recognize the differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.Students will demonstrate an understanding of the structure and function of cell organelles.

August 30: Teacher notes, vocabulary handouts, textbook reading assignments, worksheet questions, films over cellular structure and function.

Week 3:
Student Expectations: Students will recognize that all organisms are composed of cells and that the cell is the basic unit of structure and function of all living things.Students will analyze the levels of organization of living things.

September 7: Teacher notes, vocabulary handouts, textbook reading assignments, worksheet questions.

Students will compare and contrast different types of cells.

Week 4:
Student Expectations: Chemistry-composition of matter:

Students will differentiate between atoms and elements and analyze how compounds are formed.Students will also distinguish between covalent bonds, hydrogen bonds, and ionic bonds.Students will analyze biochemical reactions.

September 14: Teacher notes and lecture, illustrations of atoms atomic structure, films over atomic structure and bonding, worksheets, vocabulary notes.

Week 5:
Student Expectations: Cell Membrane an Students will analyze membrane structure and relate concentration gradients, diffusion, and equilibrium.They will predict the movement of water into and out of a cell, Students will distinguish between passive and active transport, describe functioning of the sodium-potassium pump.

September 21: teacher notes and lecture, illustrations of osmosis and ion channel transport, films over molecular movement across the cell membrane, worksheets, vocabulary notes.

Week 6:
Student Expectations: students will demonstrate an understanding of the structure and function of DNA and evaluate the contributions of Chargaff, Franklin, and Wilkins in helping Watson and crick to determine the double-helical structure of DNA.Students will describe the components of a nucleotide (basic DNA unit).

September 28: teachers notes and lecture, illustrations of DNA, films over DNA strands and structure.BENCHMARK

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PRE-AP BIOLOGY(SCOWN) Second Six Weeks

Week 1:
Student Expectations: Students will summarize the process of DNA replication.Students will analyze how errors in the DNA are corrected during replication
high school chemistry review worksheets
.Students will compare the number of replication forks in prokaryotic and eukaryotic DNA influencing the rate of replication.

Students will also relate the role of the base pairing rule to replication.

October 5 : Lecture, textbook, teacher notes, films, diagrams and models.

Week 2:
Student Expectations: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the process of protein synthesis and that the DNA molecule provides the template for the production of transfer RNA.Also that the RNA molecule is a code for the sequencing of amino acids to form a polypeptide (protein).

October 12: Lecture, textbook, teacher notes, films, diagrams and models.

Week 3:
Student Expectations: Students will relate the role of codons to the sequencing of amino acids according to the Messenger RNA code.Students will analyze the genetic code and predict the sequence of amino acids according to the messenger RNA codons in the manufacture of a protein.

October 19: Lecture, textbook, teacher notes, films, diagrams and models.

Week 4 :

Student Expectations: Students will demonstrate a knowledge of the difference between sister chromatids and homologous chromosomes, haploid and diploid cells, autosomes and sex chromosomes.

Also the students will demonstrate an understanding of how the genetic code is passes on to offspring through the DNA.

October 26: Lecture, textbook, teacher notes, films, diagrams and models.

Week 5:

Student Expectations: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the cell cycle by drawing each stage and labeling those drawings.Students will describe these major events of the cell cycle.Students will explain the differences between plant and animal mitosis and the role of checkpoints during the cell cycle.

November 2: Lecture, textbook, teacher notes, films, diagrams and models.

Week 6:

Student Expectations: Students will demonstrate an understanding of how chromosome number dictates everything about the organism and how changes in this number will affect the organism.

Students will analyze karyotypes to determine changes in chromosome number and orientation and explain how those changes manifest in the organism.

November 9: Lecture, textbook, teacher notes, films, diagrams and models.

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PRE-AP BIOLOGY(SCOWN) Third Six Weeks

Week 1:
Student Expectations: Introduction to genetics and the studies of Gregor Mendel (father of genetics).Studying Mendels breeding experiments using the garden pea, Pisum savitum, the student will Summarize the t will explain the difference between phenotypic and genotypic traits.

Students will demonstrate the use of monohybrid crosses using Punnett squares.

November 16 : Lecture, textbook, teacher notes, films, diagrams and models.

Week 2:

Student Expectations: Students will predict the outcomes of monohybrid dominant/recessive genetic crosses by using Punnett squares.Students will be able to expre
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