Fri, Aug 23 (Day 1): Students took a quiz over the DNA Necklace and Micropipetting labs. Students also began the Enzyme-Substrate Simulation.
Thurs, Aug 22 (Day 5): Ms. Annee discussed the creation of the biotech course, topics to be covered, etc. She also discussed lab safety in periods 1 and 5.
Wed, Aug 21 (Day 4): Ms. Annee reviewed for Friday’s quiz over the DNA Necklace & Micropipetting labs.
Tues, Aug 20 (Day 3): Students completed Activity B of the micropipetting lab.
Mon, Aug 19 (Day 2): Ms. Annee discussed class policies.
Fri, Aug 16 (Day 1): Students completed Activity A of the micropipetting lab.
Thurs, Aug 15 (Day 5; altered schedule): Ms. Annee demonstrated how to use the micropipettes.
Wed, Aug 14 (Day 4): Ms. Annee continued meeting students and students completed the “Getting to Know You” assignment.
Tues, Aug 13 (Day 3): Dr. Brynn Hollingsworth ’06 gave a presentation about biomedical careers.
Mon, Aug 12 (Day 2): Students completed the DNA Necklace lab.
Fri, Aug 9: Students began the DNA Necklace lab.
Thurs, Aug 8: Ms. Annee welcomed students to Honors Biotech while they began the assignment, “Getting to Know You.”
Wed, Apr 10 – Fri, Apr 12: Students watched Extraordinary Measures.
Tues, Apr 9 (Day 3): Students continued lesson 1 of the sushi lab.
Mon, Apr 8 (Day 2): Students began the sushi lab.
Tues, Mar 12: Students completed making the CRISPR-Cas 9 paper model and began working on the CRISPR-Cas9 Mechanisms & Applications Click & Learn.
Mon, Mar 11: No school
Fri, Mar 8: Students began making a CRISPR-Cas9 paper model.
Thurs, Mar 7: Students continued preparing for the small group debate that will take place on Fri, Mar 15.
Wed, Mar 6: Students watched the 12 min ESPN video, “Blood Brothers,” and considered the bioethical issue, “Prenatal Diagnosis of Minor Genetic Mutations.” Students began preparing for a small group debate over this issue.
Tues, Mar 5: Students completed and submitted the “Central Dogma & Genetic Medicine” assignment.
Mon, Mar 4: Students watched the film, RARE.
Thurs, Feb 28 (Day 1): Students created a timeline of significant bioethical events.
Wed, Feb 27 (Day 5): Students completed Part 2 of the Central Dogma & Genetic Medicine Click & Learn and were given two index cards to summarize two different significant bioethical events.
Tues, Feb 26 (Day 4): Students completed questions 1-4 of the Central Dogma Card Sorting activity.
Mon, Feb 25 (Day 3): Students completed Part 1 of the Central Dogma & Genetic Medicine Click & Learn and the Flow of Genetic Information activity.
Fri, Feb 22 (Day 2): Students completed Part 1 of the Central Dogma & Genetic Medicine Click & Learn.
Thurs, Feb 21 (Day 1): Students completed the Central Dogma card sorting activity.
Wed, Feb 20 (Day 5; 2-hour delay): Students finished watching The Family That Walks on All Fours. Students completed the “Flow of Genetic Information” activity.
Tues, Feb 19 (Day 4): Students continued watching The Family That Walks on All Fours
Mon, Feb 18: No School
Thurs, Feb 7 (Day 3): Students took a quiz over restriction enzymes.
Wed, Feb 6 (Day 2): Students continued working on the “Analysis of a Genome Segment” lab.
Tues, Feb 5 (Day 1): Students began working on the “Analysis of a Genome Segment” lab.
Mon, Feb 4 (Day 5): Students completed the Internet assignement, “Exploration of Restriction Enzymes.”
Fri, Feb 1: E-Learning day (Students were assigned to watch The Biology of Skin Color and write a reflection by Thurs, Feb 7 at 11:59pm)
Thurs, Jan 31 (Day 3): Ms. Annee went over the Restriction Enzymes worksheet.
Wed, Jan 30: E-Learning day (Restriction Enzymes worksheet)
Tues, Jan 29 (Day 1): Ms. Annee reviewed for a Restriction Enzymes quiz that will take place on Thurs, Feb 7.
Mon, Jan 28 (Day 5): Students ran gels for the “Analysis of a Genome Segment” lab and completed the Lambda DNA lab.