We are currently studying cells and how they function. We are learning about how cells are the basic unit of structure for all living things. Cells are not only needed for organisms to carryout processes needed for life, but the organelles inside cells carryout many of those same functions so the cell may survive.
Below you will find the homework assignments for the week. If you click on the red links, you can access the documents handed out in class. This will come in handy should you leave a document at school. Remember, homework is due in class the following day unless otherwise noted. If you do not completely understand an assignment, simply do your best on it and come to class with your questions. Don’t leave it blank. Some assignments are graded based on accuracy or a grading rubric. Students are notified in advance if an assignment is graded in such a way.
Monday – No School – Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Tuesday – Finish Microscope Lab “e” Questions – Due 1/17
Wednesday – Cells Reading Comprehension – Due 1/18
Thursday – Complete Wanted Poster – Due 1/19
Friday – No homework