Archivo de la categoría: Senior 1 2018
Dear S1, these are the contents you need to revise for the coming Term Tests Chapter 1 Classification. Characteristics of living things. Kingdoms of living organisms. Viruses. Classifying animals. Classifying plants. Calculating magnification. Keys. Chapter 2 Cells. Cell structure. Cells … Sigue leyendo
10 Examples of Chemical Reactions in Everyday Life
Bacteria and viruses are both microscopic and cause diseases in humans. They are also very different… And they live with us, on us, around us… https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/FMfcgxvzLFDKzVTCqwZbsJnKrfFBKsvX
During this term we´ll be working on a project on human reproduction. We are working in groups of 3 members, each of us with a special job: a secretary, a facilitator and the one who will perform the oral presentation. … Sigue leyendo
Dear S1, these are the contents you need to know for the coming term test: Chapter 2. Cells. Cell structure. Cells and organisms. Book, pages 19 to 26 Chapter 16. Asexual reproduction ( potato tubers and onion bulbs ). Comparison … Sigue leyendo
This is what we have in all our nuclei. This is what makes us unique… https://unlockinglifescode.org/media/animations/659#660 https://unlockinglifescode.org/media/animations/516 In the lab, we´ll extract DNA from strawberries!! StrawberryExtractionInstructions And to remain updated… http://www.stcnm.org/resources
Last Wednesday ( August 1st ) in the lab, we worked with potatoes. We observed and compared potatoes before and after sprouting. We tested potatoes for starch with iodine solution. We made groups of 3 or 4 members and we … Sigue leyendo
When structures are very very small as mitochondria, ribosomes, we need a very small unit in which to measure them. The most useful one is the micrometre. Let´s look at the exercises on page 23 and solve them! ( … Sigue leyendo
And if we try with songs? But…how do we know so much about cells nowadays?
Last Wednesday in the lab, S1 boys worked with plant cells and the microscope. They prepared slides using onions, they coloured the cells and observed them under the microscope.