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Introduction to High School Biology

First day of Biology
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Russell Campisi

on 29 August 2013

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Find your seat
Take out a writing utensil
Hang your pack on the back of your chair
Make sure you have the note packet on your desk
Make a name tag with your first and last name like Mr. Campisi does
Fill out the survey
Attention Signal
Drop Pens
Eyes on Me
Quiet, Please
Meet Your Neighbors
Give a fist pump and Ask the following questions:
What is your name?
What is the best thing that happened to
you this summer?
30 seconds
Essential Questions of the Lesson
What are you hoping to learn in biology this year?
1 minute
How to Cure Cancer
How to cure HIV/AIDS
How to build and ride a dinosaur
Share with your groupmates
Questions you will be able to answer
What is love?
How can I make pigs glow?
Why can people have tails?
Why do people hiccup?
Why are you chewing on stardust?
Lab Demonstration
Your Goals and the Plan to Achieve them
The Right Kind of Goals
Next Level
Discovery
Aim HIGH
Relevance
Find your passion
Satisfaction
Success
I keep you safe - physically and emotionally.
It is my responsibility to give you a chance at success.
Who you will get there with
Syllabus Overview
Weekly Schedule
Monday: Group Quiz
Tuesday: Group Quiz
Wednesday: Group Quiz
Thursday: Recap
Friday: Individual Quizzam
Daily Schedule
Arrive 2-4 minutes early
Turn in homework
Quiz
Tardy Bell
Go over quiz
Go over homework
Begin lesson
Demo/lab/activity
Summary lesson
Homework
If I give it you must turn it in.
No late grade decrease, but detentions will be given if work is not completed.
Quizzes
Group : All the same grade
Individual Quiz : Your own
All can be retaken for full credit
Easiest in the morning the next day
Thursday will be the main makeup day
in the morning.
If you do not fix them - Detention
Grading
70% exams, projects, labs
30% quizzes, application of academic techniques
Detention Policy
Bullying
Low Grade
Poor attendance
Coming in Late
Result : Higher Grade
Parents
I call and meet all of them twice
Expect me to talk with them about you
I make you call them if you are missing homework more than once
I will ask that you request detention from them to improve you grades
Unit Schedule
Learn terms, skills, do Activity, lab,
exam, with daily quizzes to show
retention and understanding
Year Long Schedule
Nature of Science
Biochemistry
Cell Physiology and Anatomy
Exam
DNA
Genetics
Genetic Engineering
Final Exam
Evolution
Plants
Ecology
Physiology and Anatomy
Done by the first week in April
REview
EOC
Health
Neuroscience
Mini-Science Fare
Let's get to know each other:
Use the Getting to know you sheet to meet and know your neighbor.
Wonders of Science
What does success look like?
Instructions
Instructions: Based off of the discussions above, create a minimum of five qualities/rules of Mr. Campisi’s classroom to create a successful culture to better allows students to attain their goals.
You feel safe to fail
You are giving explanations that are usually wrong
You are responding to what I or someone else is saying
You don't have time to day dream or go off topic for more than a few seconds
You are a better student
Your scores increase
Start with 100% of your grade
Lose Points : If you cannot stay on task, work with groupmates in the prescribed manner, scared to Fail.
Gain Points : Fail, work hard, share, tutor, support
Each period you will always be given a chance to sget points back, but only if you followthe required protocols of class
Mr. Campisi hopes to learn
1.5 minutes per station
Answer prompts
Return to you seat when you are done
Extra credit
Mr. Campisi
Come up with 2 question: 3o seconds
Lowest score for all groupmates
Tutorials
The 30 Club
You have to come by for tutorials 30x for 5 minutes minimum.
Will mostly be used to fix grade.
If you make it to 30 you can argue later on for a higher grade
Essential Question #1
Answering Essential Question #1: What are you hoping to learn in biology this year?
What are your goals for biology this academic year? List three goals.
Essential Question #2
Last Years Academic Scores
14% Advanced
52% Recommended
32% Std. Passing
2% Failing
Mr. Campisi's
State AVG
9% Advanced
32% Recommended
36% Std. Passing
13% Failing
2013
18% Advanced
57% Recommended
23% Std. Passing
0% Failing
The GOAL
How are you going to achieve your goals this academic year? List three behaviors/habits that will allow you to achieve them.
Essential Question #3
Organized
Efficient
Relevant
Successful
Interested
Safe
A Positive and Successful
Culture
Creative
Learn why biology matters
Instructions: Watch the video and discover what interests you most about it and biology. We are going to see if you might reconsider your answer to the question: what do you hope to learn in biology?
•Write two things that are interesting to you about this video, then share with your groupmates.
Q1
Q2
Add two questions you would like to have the answers to by the end of the academic year in the space given below:
Q2
Instructions: Based on your previous answer, as well as what you have learned in class today, give your new list of three things that you would like to learn in biology this academic year in the space below.
REVISITING THE ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS
Q3
Q4
Answering Essential Question #2:
What are your goals for biology this academic year?
Q5
How do you know if the goals you have set for yourself are good/productive for you?
Turn you into a Biologist
You will push yourself to the next academic level, with more advanced coursework, relevant and interesting content.
You are more likely to find satisfaction in the learning process if you have to work hard to succeed.
Reaching high means you are going for
your dreams. You are much more likely
to care about your success and see how the
content relates to you when your dreams are
involved.
Only if you push yourself and aim high will
you discover whether you have a future in
the subject you are learning. The more
success you feel, the more likely you are
to find satisfaction in the learning process.
Revisiting the Essential Questions
Q6
Based on your previous answer, as well as what you have learned in class today, give your new list of three goals that you would like to attain in biology this academic year in the space below.
A. What do you need from your peers? List three things.
B. What do you need form your teacher? List three things.
C. What do you need from the classroom culture? List three things.
D. What do you need from your parents? List three things.
Attaining Goals
Q7
Expectations
Peers
Teacher
Culture
Supportive
Failure is always an option
Driven
No Fear
Ask/Answer Questions
Positive Support
Always Positive
Prepared and organized
Make 2nd/3rd/4th Chances for students
A.
B.
C.
Get you to my classroom
Smile
Meet me
Watch you
Talk to me often
SCENARIOS TO CLARIFY HOW TO ATTAIN OUR GOALS
Instructions: In the space given, we will apply what we have discussed so that we can better learn the expectations of Mr. Campisi’s classroom, and how to attain our goals for the year.
Q8
Students
Teachers
D.How should a student respond to an angry, aggressive and/or disrespectful student?
C.How can students keep each other emotionally and physically safe in a classroom?
B.What does a student look like if he or she is not prepared for class? What is a possible negative consequence? HINT: Consider pencils and paper.
A.Is there a case where a student should quit on their academics in Mr. Campisi’s class?
F.How important is failure in learning? Science?
D.How should a teacher respond to an angry, aggressive and/or disrespectful student?
A.Is there a case where a teacher can no longer support the student academically? For example, helping them to get a passing grade.
(cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr
(cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr
Scenarios with Teachers
Scenarios with Students
C.How can a teacher keep you emotionally and physically safe in a classroom?
B.What does a teacher look like if he or she is not prepared for class? What is a possible negative consequence?
E.90-95% of my students will not become scientists - How should this reality influence my expectations for my students?
F.How scared should you be of failure in Mr. Campisi’s class? Science?
Retake Exams/Labs/Quizzes/HW
Everyone gives it all the time
Quick Grading
Every student doc/?/HW/Exam/Lab organized
chronologically and in the classroom
No wasted class time
I will push you to be a biologist.
I will make you the greatest failures this school has ever seen.
No
No
No
E.There is about a 5% chance that you will become a biologist. How should this information affect your behavior in Mr. Campisi’s classroom?
Q9
Are there any
Pressing
Mr. Campisi's
Examples of Functional Answers
For Attaining Goals
A Sample of Awesome
Group 0
Seat A
Group 0
Seat C
Group 0
Seat C
Caleb
Blanchette
Brooklyn
Summerfield
Matthew
Letson
Group 1
Seat A
Group 1
Seat C
Group 1
Seat C
Cole
Clegg
Steven
Hammock
Group 3
Seat A
Group 3
Seat C
Group 3
Seat C
Tate
Lewis
William
Wittenburg
Group 5
Seat A
Group 5
Seat C
Group 5
Seat C
Chance
Write-Beard
Melvin
Devin
Group 7
Seat A
Group 7
Seat C
Group 7
Seat C
Lissa
Smith
Myller
Hynda
Group 9
Seat A
Group 9
Seat C
Group 9
Seat C
Alfred
Velasquez
Rosaliva
Gonzalez
Group 2
Seat A
Group 2
Seat C
Group 2
Seat C
April
Eason
Claude
Dance
Group 4
Seat A
Group 4
Seat D
Group 4
Seat C
Christopher
Johnson
Briley
Walling
Group 6
Seat A
Group 6
Seat C
Group 6
Seat C
Clinton
Stacha
William
Crisp
Group 8
Seat A
Group 8
Seat C
Group 8
Seat C
Adrian
Garcia
Elena
Bosselmann
Front of the Classroom
Seating Chart
Kennedy
Glass
Nicholas
Coffman
Corrie
Thompson
Madison
Green
Nathaniel
Weir
Group 6
Seat D
x
William
Kemp
Group 4
Seat B
William
Burford
Emily
Mora
Group 2
Seat C
Jarrod
Adams
Find your seat
Take out a writing utensil
Hang your pack on the back of your chair
Make sure you have the note packet on your desk
Make a name tag with your first and last name like Mr. Campisi does
Fill out the survey
Instructions
Group 0
Seat A
Group 0
Seat C
Group 0
Seat C
James
Grant
Mary
Cathey
Cameron
Cormier
Group 1
Seat A
Group 1
Seat C
Group 1
Seat C
Senha
Coxworth
McKenna
Duncan
Group 3
Seat A
Group 3
Seat C
Group 3
Seat C
Sarah
Kanetzky
Taylor
Cmerek
Group 5
Seat A
Group 5
Seat C
Group 5
Seat C
Colin
Barnett
Alyssa
Rivas
Group 7
Seat A
Group 7
Seat C
Group 7
Seat C
Dustin
Barnard
Aaron
Shaeper
Group 9
Seat A
Group 9
Seat C
Group 9
Seat C
Matthew
Welborn
Mark
Spelman
Group 2
Seat A
Group 2
Seat C
Group 2
Seat C
Shea
Cox
John
Dahill
Group 4
Seat A
Group 4
Seat D
Group 4
Seat C
Reuben
Mikeka
Micah
Moore
Group 6
Seat A
Group 6
Seat C
Group 6
Seat C
Bradley
Farr
Haeley
Shaw
Group 8
Seat A
Group 8
Seat C
Group 8
Seat C
Haeley
Shaw
Jessica
Gaines
Front of the Classroom
Seating Chart
Darci
Davis
James
Graner
Lauren
Bourguignon
Amanda
O'Banan
Aaron
Shaeper
Group 6
Seat D
x
Julio
Martinez
Group 4
Seat B
x
Sarah
Dodd
Group 2
Seat C
x
p1
p2
Samuel
Speir
Blayne
Scallon
Find your seat
Take out a writing utensil
Hang your pack on the back of your chair
Make sure you have the note packet on your desk
Make a name tag with your first and last name like Mr. Campisi does
Fill out the survey
Instructions
Group 0
Seat A
Group 0
Seat C
Group 0
Seat C
Jimmy
Carr
Darby
Cooper
Morgan
Caldwell
Group 1
Seat A
Group 1
Seat C
Group 1
Seat C
Alexandra
Brothers
Kayla
Ashman
Group 3
Seat A
Group 3
Seat C
Group 3
Seat C
Michael
Edick
Nicholas
Pieper
Group 5
Seat A
Group 5
Seat C
Group 5
Seat C
Dana
Berdoll
Morgan
Eskew
Group 7
Seat A
Group 7
Seat C
Group 7
Seat C
Travis
Cummings
Alyssa
Nicholes
Group 9
Seat A
Group 9
Seat C
Group 9
Seat C
Noah
Livingston
Haley
Shmidt
Group 2
Seat A
Group 2
Seat C
Group 2
Seat C
Shea
Cox
John
Dahill
Group 4
Seat A
Group 4
Seat D
Group 4
Seat C
Jacob
Huff
Adam
Shephard
Group 6
Seat A
Group 6
Seat C
Group 6
Seat C
Reid
McClintic
Autumn
Rounsaville
Group 8
Seat A
Group 8
Seat C
Group 8
Seat C
Jorge
Hernandez
William
Holms
Front of the Classroom
Seating Chart
Marco
Arriaga
Jonathan
Shmitz
Blake
Cavendar
Dustin
Fulcher
Olivia
Perry
Group 6
Seat D
x
Morgan
Greer
Group 4
Seat B
x
Sarah
Dodd
Group 2
Seat C
James
Rogers
p4
Travis
Danforth
Alex
Carriker
Find your seat
Take out a writing utensil
Hang your pack on the back of your chair
Make sure you have the note packet on your desk
Make a name tag with your first and last name like Mr. Campisi does
Fill out the survey
Instructions
Group 0
Seat A
Group 0
Seat C
Group 0
Seat C
Riley
Simpson
Edgardo
Montoya
Jessica
Gonzalez
Group 1
Seat A
Group 1
Seat C
Group 1
Seat C
Colby
Frost
Bosco
Rosales
Group 3
Seat A
Group 3
Seat C
Group 3
Seat C
Josh
Mader
Miranda
Ruiz
Group 5
Seat A
Group 5
Seat C
Group 5
Seat C
Juan
Aceves
Zachary
Frakes
Group 7
Seat A
Group 7
Seat C
Group 7
Seat C
Nathaniel
Mitchel
Kaden
Thayer
Group 9
Seat A
Group 9
Seat C
Group 9
Seat C
Kasey
W-S
Riley
Wood
Group 2
Seat A
Group 2
Seat C
Group 2
Seat C
Henry
Cohen
Casey
Maron
Group 4
Seat A
Group 4
Seat D
Group 4
Seat C
Elizabeth
Handy
Michelle
Edick
Group 6
Seat A
Group 6
Seat C
Group 6
Seat C
Benjamin
Olsen
Catherine
Schreiber
Group 8
Seat A
Group 8
Seat C
Group 8
Seat C
Hayden
Seay
Jesse
Martin
Front of the Classroom
Seating Chart
Alexis
Slade
Whitney
Phillips
x
Daniel
Mitchell
Aaron
Meza
Group 6
Seat D
Sam
Jackson
Shayna
Louthan
Group 4
Seat B
Sean
Chaplin
Drew
Botello
Group 2
Seat C
Jacob
Pumphrey
p5
Jessica
Williamson
Avery
Roberts
Find your seat
Take out a writing utensil
Hang your pack on the back of your chair
Make sure you have the note packet on your desk
Make a name tag with your first and last name like Mr. Campisi does
Fill out the survey
Instructions
Group 0
Seat A
Group 0
Seat C
Group 0
Seat C
Amber
Womack
Jessica
Morton
Christian
Parrott
Group 1
Seat A
Group 1
Seat C
Group 1
Seat C
Jennifer
Farley
Derryck
Hedley
Group 3
Seat A
Group 3
Seat C
Group 3
Seat C
Nicholas
Carter
Robert
Miller
Group 5
Seat A
Group 5
Seat C
Group 5
Seat C
Josh
Wilcox
Joseph
Feher
Group 7
Seat A
Group 7
Seat C
Group 7
Seat C
Kathryn
Fries
Abby
Crawford
Group 9
Seat A
Group 9
Seat C
Group 9
Seat C
Geoffrey
Tyler
Hillary
Bonnett
Group 2
Seat A
Group 2
Seat C
Group 2
Seat C
Jacob
McNeil
Taylor
Billings
Group 4
Seat A
Group 4
Seat D
Group 4
Seat C
Zhanna
Yakymchok
Ryan
Love
Group 6
Seat A
Group 6
Seat C
Group 6
Seat C
Robert
Credeur
Karianna
Thayer
Group 8
Seat A
Group 8
Seat C
Group 8
Seat C
Ismael
Castillo
Brendy
Elson
Front of the Classroom
Seating Chart
Zachary
Benoit
Elizabeth
Bubenik
Annalee
Lambeth
Jazmyne
Yglecias
Jared
Schmidt
Group 6
Seat D
x
Joshua
Wade
Group 4
Seat B
Tyler
Loupe
Preston
Long
Group 2
Seat C
William
Dumas
p6
Jett
Jackson
Rich
Jordan
Find your seat
Take out a writing utensil
Hang your pack on the back of your chair
Make sure you have the note packet on your desk
Make a name tag with your first and last name like Mr. Campisi does
Fill out the survey
Instructions
Group 0
Seat A
Group 0
Seat C
Group 0
Seat C
Jolynn
Rivera
Christopher
Alvine
Mariela
Alfaro
Group 1
Seat A
Group 1
Seat C
Group 1
Seat C
Paige
Black
Catherine
Carrigee
Group 3
Seat A
Group 3
Seat C
Group 3
Seat C
Jacob
Spross
Baily
Olivas
Group 5
Seat A
Group 5
Seat C
Group 5
Seat C
Meghan
Boone
Courtney
Hoemke
Group 7
Seat A
Group 7
Seat C
Group 7
Seat C
Chavez
Amber
Madison
Green
Group 9
Seat A
Group 9
Seat C
Group 9
Seat C
x
x
Group 2
Seat A
Group 2
Seat C
Group 2
Seat C
Rose
Kemp
Bailey
Blankenshi
Group 4
Seat A
Group 4
Seat D
Group 4
Seat C
Elliot
Regan
Michelle
Edick
Group 6
Seat A
Group 6
Seat C
Group 6
Seat C
Kyla
Howard
Sierra
Rossing
Group 8
Seat A
Group 8
Seat C
Group 8
Seat C
x
x
Front of the Classroom
Seating Chart
Jordan
Adkins
Jonathan
Hines
Samantha
Hay
x
Samantha
Sanders
Group 6
Seat D
x
Edward
Court
Group 4
Seat B
x
Sylvan
McKay
Group 2
Seat C
Monica
Sanford
p7
x
Spencer
Gnauk

this is how we do it

Table 1
Aiko Kennedy
Alondra Mejia
Seat A
Seat B
Table 2
Valeria Barron
Maychael Jamison

Seat A
Seat B
Table 3
Seat A
Seat B
Table 4
Rafael Ramos
Seat A
Seat B
Table 5
Raven Shadow Ferrell
Robert Feldman
Seat A
Seat B
Table 6
Eliot Jobe
Hannah Cianci
Seat A
Seat B
Table 7
Chloe Stringfellow
Seat A
Seat B
Table 8
Dashiell Ridgway
Seat A
Seat B
Table 9
Jocelyn Santillan
Ikera Harvey
Seat A
Seat B
Table 10
Chloe Wanaselja
Alondra Mejia
Seat A
Seat B
Table 11
Remi Cook
Seat A
Seat B
Table 12
Emilie Kathol-Voilleque
Seat A
Seat B
Table 13
Jasmina Okanovi
Robyn Wampler
Seat A
Seat B
Table 14
Anisa Antonio
Na'eem Rom-Mack
Seat A
Seat B
Table 15
Seat A
Seat B
Table 16
Camille Paulie
Seat A
Seat B
Ty'Jah Banks
Amina Hopkins
Margaret Galloway
Michael Morris
Kelsey Hirota
David Hood
Period 2
Table 1
Zuha Adnan
Gianni Smith
Seat A
Seat B
Table 2
Zella Tavistock-Thaman
Nicolas Grubb
Seat A
Seat B
Table 3
Seat A
Seat B
Table 4
Rafael Ramos
Seat A
Seat B
Table 5
Samara Lopez-Jones
Isaiah St. Peter
Seat A
Seat B
Table 6
Bridey Bethardas
Akira Roueche
Seat A
Seat B
Table 7
Johnathan Sanchez-Cruz
Seat A
Seat B
Table 8
Ruth Calderon Polo
Seat A
Seat B
Table 9
Guadalupe Vargas
Mariah Charles
Seat A
Seat B
Table 10
Cynthia Ruiz
Jack McDonald
Seat A
Seat B
Table 11
Keegan Clark
Seat A
Seat B
Table 12
Andrew Meehan
Seat A
Seat B
Table 13
Reginald Crawford
Mikkael Punsaian
Seat A
Seat B
Table 14
Angel Cruz
Suna Tamang
Seat A
Seat B
Table 15
Seat A
Seat B
Table 16
Teresa Brown
Seat A
Seat B
Ty'Jah Banks
Ariadna Cruz
Leo Bowman
Kohav Aronow
Camille Kuo
Flynn Michael-Legg
Period 3
Timothy George
Arturo Herrera
Stella Wilson-Hamaker
Joaquin Rosman Shellenberger
Table 1
Johannes Aplyn
Elija Leideker
Seat A
Seat B
Table 2
Ty Delaney
Ruby Cross
Seat A
Seat B
Table 3
Seat A
Seat B
Table 4
Maya Choy
Seat A
Seat B
Table 5
Dahn Bey
Seat A
Seat B
Table 6
Sirron Croskey
Kieran Cabezas
Seat A
Seat B
Table 7
Borna Karimi
Seat A
Seat B
Table 8
Julia Cohen
Seat A
Seat B
Table 9
Nandi Cagler
Jade Smith
Seat A
Seat B
Table 10
Raynette Shields
Jose Manuel Hernandez
Seat A
Seat B
Table 11
Gabriela Ceja Guzman
Seat A
Seat B
Table 12
Rosa Meigs
Seat A
Seat B
Table 13
Anjali Emsellem
Galen Womack Batzdorf
Seat A
Seat B
Table 14
Sidra Pierson
Samuel Coates
Seat A
Seat B
Table 15
Seat A
Seat B
Table 16
Renee Revolorio-Keith
Seat A
Seat B
Citlaly Hernandez
Sydney Tong
Kiara Kramer
Naazgol Koushaf
Sarah Paxson
Harian Brawer
Period 4
Chamren Horn
Ameer Mussard-Afcari
Sergio Vasquez
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