Students shared what they learned about plants used by First Nations groups for medicinal purposes.
Do: Make a study card for the ch3 test on Wednesday.
Ch3 test outline: 25 multiple choice questions; 4 short answer questions. Major topics: how diseases are transmitted, first and second line of defense, innate and acquired immune system responses, allergies and how our body responds, vaccines and how it protects our body, HIV and AIDS, how to keep our bodies healthy.
2. Finish First Nations Medicines project. See the rubric for what you should include in your project. Be prepared to share what you have learned on Monday. You can send your document to me via email or put it on an USB stick. See copy of rubric here: First Nations Medicinal Plants project rubric
Reminder: Goal Day is on Thurs. May 2. If you have not completed all your assessments, you NEED to come in to complete them. Sign up with me or email me with what you want to work on (i.e. Optics assessment; finish Cow’s Eye dissection worksheet, etc…)
Go over the chapter 1 test.
Intro to chapter 3: I will be able to explain how diseases spread. I will be able to explain the First Line of Defense.
Today, students wrote a test on chapter 1 – Cells and the Microscope.
Finish the Gummi Bear lab measurements. What did you learn about osmosis? Answer the reflections questions on the back of your lab handout.
Reminder: Measles Vaccination on Tuesday–bring your forms. Core Competency Chats on Wednesday – bring your portfolios. Goal Day on Thursday –come in the morning from 8:30-11:30, the earlier the better!