Thursday, May 29, 2014

Sub lesson for 6-2-14 & 6-3-14

Monday, June , 2014

                                    6-3-14 at the bottom of this page

Sub lesson for 6-2-14


Hour 2 ACT Prep

Brave New World w/Stephen Hawking Episode 2: HEALTH

Excellent documentary with the great Stephen Hawking as Stephen Hawking and others such as Professor Richard Dawkins and Professor Jim Al-Khalili examine how science is striving for humankind's next leap forward.

The experts unearth the amazing breakthroughs that are transforming the resilience and strength of the human body.

Mark Evans joins the bio-prospectors in Central America exploring the untapped reserves of the oceans for life-changing drugs; Aarathi Prasad meets the remarkable old people who could hold the secret to a long and healthy life; and Robert Winston explores how our behaviour and environment may be influencing the genes of future generations in ways we once thought impossible.

Astronaut and neurologist Roberta Bondar explores the new science of heart regeneration - scientists in Dallas have discovered that baby mice can repair their own hearts; could this work for humans too?

And Richard Dawkins and Aarathi Prasad celebrate the achievements of synthetic biology and the work of one man who has learned how to get E. Coli to produce oil.

From the shores of the Pacific to the ice storms of Canada, the programme explores how scientists are using the secrets of our cells to change life as we know it.



Watch the Video fill in the 321 video worksheet



Chemistry Hours 1-3-4-5

Watch the Video for 25 minutes and answer the 321 video assignment for that time frame
The students can work on their review given to them on Friday...
Quiz will be On Review #2 on Wednesday

Brave New World w/Stephen Hawking Episode 5: BIOLOGY 

Excellent documentary with the great Stephen Hawking as Stephen Hawking and others such as Professor Richard Dawkins and Professor Jim Al-Khalili examine how science is striving for humankind's next leap forward.

The experts unearth the amazing breakthroughs that are transforming the resilience and strength of the human body.

Mark Evans joins the bio-prospectors in Central America exploring the untapped reserves of the oceans for life-changing drugs; Aarathi Prasad meets the remarkable old people who could hold the secret to a long and healthy life; and Robert Winston explores how our behaviour and environment may be influencing the genes of future generations in ways we once thought impossible.

Astronaut and neurologist Roberta Bondar explores the new science of heart regeneration - scientists in Dallas have discovered that baby mice can repair their own hearts; could this work for humans too?

And Richard Dawkins and Aarathi Prasad celebrate the achievements of synthetic biology and the work of one man who has learned how to get E. Coli to produce oil.

From the shores of the Pacific to the ice storms of Canada, the programme explores how scientists are using the secrets of our cells to change life as we know it.

Video Link



Watch the Video fill in the 321 video worksheet

Hour 6 Anatomy and physiology

There are no students they are done...



Sub lesson for 6-2-14


Hour 2 ACT Prep

Excellent documentary with the great Stephen Hawking as Stephen Hawking and others such as Professor Richard Dawkins and Professor Jim Al-Khalili examine how science is striving for humankind's next leap forward.

The team showcase breakthroughs in technology and engineering that are creating a new generation of machines. Mark Evans fuses his brain with a computer in Switzerland to test a new breed of machine.

Kathy Sykes hits the streets of San Francisco to have the ride of her life as she experiences the future of transport in a driverless car. In Italy Jim Alei-Khalili comes face to face with a remarkable, baby-like robot called iCub, which learns like a child.

Joy Reidenberg discovers the extraordinary exoskeleton that can make the paralysed walk and give one man the strength of three. In the Canary Islands Maggie Aderin-Pocock visits one of the world's biggest telescopes, where they're searching for new planets in the furthest reaches of the universe - planets that we could one day colonise.

Category

License

  • Standard YouTube License



Watch the Video fill in the 321 video worksheet

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yjV-fdRgyQ&feature=youtu.be


Chemistry Hours 1-3-4-5

Watch the Video for 25 minutes and answer the 321 video assignment for that time frame
Give the student the new review worksheet for their final exam Pg 3
Quiz will be On Review #2 on Wednesday
Quiz on pg 3 will be on Thursday

Future Transportation Technology Will Blow Your Mind


Video Link



Watch the Video fill in the 321 video worksheet



Hour 6 Anatomy and physiology

There are no students they are done...