Today we had a fun activity to #rateaspecies. IF YOU MISSED CLASS TODAY you can login to your google classroom and do the task over break. Due date is April 4th so you have time once break is over to complete the task. Classification is the next unit!
Today we were reminded of the characteristics all living things share AND reviewed our zoom. Our next unit has us exploring the classification of life and the diverse organisms we find in our biosphere. IF YOU MISSED CLASS TODAY you can PRINT THIS TREE for page 113. Remember tomorrow is the last day to turn in your Nature at Work lab, Flowers Seeking Pollinators, and the GOSATOT SWYK.
Today we watched an AMAZING video that explained everything we have discussed about DNA, mutations, Darwin, natural selection, evolution, species, cell division, and cancer! IF YOU MISSED CLASS TODAY watch it (linked below!). Tomorrow we explore the tree of life!
Today we decided who is the GOAT of GOSATOT of the scientific discoveries we've studied in the last few units. IF YOU MISSED CLASS TODAY you will need to take this SWYK. You may choose to only select the "national championship game" and who takes it all (support your selection discussing the contributions of those scientists and why you chose the "winner"). You may also choose to run the whole bracket and explain the reasons you chose each winner of the Elite 8, the Final 4, and then the championship game. Use a sheet of loose leaf for your SWYK.
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When we look at the life cycle of a flowering plant we know that seeds are the end result from pollination, fertilization, and fruit formation. More adaptations for survival with seed dispersal methods! All living things adapt! IF YOU MISSED SCHOOL TODAY you don't have anything to make up: periods 3, 4, and 5 went to the play at Glacier High School; periods 2 and 7 learned more pollination adaptations. Tomorrow we SWYK... be familiar with your GOSATOT! Some of you are re-doing your FLOWER SEEKING POLLINATOR conclusion. Others are fixing the NATURE AT WORK. Remember to attach the new work to the old work (all together).
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