Homework 9/24 – 9/28/07  -  WEEK 4

 

Week’s Overview of Homework - Biology

 

                                                USE GOOD JUDGEMENT

 

Date

Ch/Sec

Homework Assignments               Std/

                                                         Due

In Class

9/24

15

 

Mon 

Ch 2 

 

NO HOMEWORK

1. LAB – Effect of Temperature on Enzyme Activity – Catalase from liver (see p. 55 in textbook)

Turn in at end of period

9/25

16

 

Tu

 

Mr. Wigger absent

5 pts ex cr for class if good sub report

 

No Homework

1. video “The Savage Garden”

Notes due end of period

      Std 6e  TURN IT IN 9/25  5 pts

 

9/26

17

 

Wed

 

Mr. Wigger absent

5 pts ex cr for class if good sub report

 

No Homework

1. Complete video “The Savage Garden”

Notes due end of period

     Std 6e  TURN IT IN 9/25  5 pts

 

 

9/27

18

 

Th

 

1. Wkbk A p 33 – 34 STAMP, DUE 9/28 5 pts

2. Work on ecology project, use internet to help you.  You will need to have a minimum of 3 producers, 6 1st level consumers, 3 2nd level consumers, and 1 3rd level consumer.  TURN IT IN, Due Monday 10/1  10 POINTS

1. DO NOW – Wkbk A p. 32

2. How to organize ecology project – levels of producers p. 32  Wkbk A  and page 72-73 of textbk

 

9/28

19

 

Fri

 

1. Ecology project due on Monday!!!  See Daily Detail for 9/28 below for a grading RUBRIC on the project.  TURN IT IN, Due Monday 10/1    10 POINTS

1. RUBRIC for Ecology Project

2. Review of lab

3. Vid – Pfiesteria, A Killer in the Water – take notes on handout

 

Daily Details

 

9/24 – Mon

 

9/25 – Tues

  

9/26 – Wed

  

9/27 – Th

          

9/28 – Fri

 

Ecology Project RUBRIC    10 points

 

1 pt      1. Choose any ecosystem you like that is not in our textbook.  Use the internet, encyclopedia (printed or on-line such as Encarta), magazine, or other book of your choice.  Identify your ecosystem by giving it a name of your own choosing or one that you see in your source of information.

 

            2. Draw a circle chart show all of the following:

1.5 pts       a. three autotrophs (producers)

1.5 pts       b. six 1st level consumers (herbivores that eat the plants)

1.5 pts       c. three 2nd level consumers (carnivores that eat herbivores)

1.5 pts       d. two 3rd level consumers (carnivores that eat other carnivores)

                  Your chart should have arrows showing the direction of energy flow from sun to autotrophs, autotrophs to herbivores (possibly more that one herbivore eating each autotroph), herbivores to carnivores (possibly more than one carnivore eating each herbivore), and finally showing carnivore to other carnivores. 

 

3 pts    3. Show at least three (1 point for each)  non-living parts of your ecosystem and for each one describe how it affects the ecosystem.  These should include at least two physical things, and one or more items that may not be physical things. 

 

TURN IT IN, Due Monday 10/1  10 POINTS