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BIOLOGY - LESSON 1
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BIOLOGY - LESSON 1

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What do you need for bio?
  • Your Macbook
  • pen
  • a paper notebook
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  • For today just a Mac is fine, make sure you have a notebook for the next lesson!

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RTTI LESSON 1

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RTTI
R    - REPRODUCTION
T1   -  THEORY APPLIED TO A FAMILIAR SITUATION
T2   - THEORY APPLIED TO AN UNFAMILIAR SITUATION
I      - SHOWING INSIGHT BY COMBINING YOUR  KNOWLEDGE AND NEW INFORMATION IN UNFAMILIAR SITUATIONS.

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R-REPRODUCTION

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R - REPRODUCTION
Simple memorisation of material:
  • labeling a diagram
  • glossary words & definitions

- You do not really need to think about these questions.
- There is nothing to understand.

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T1 - THEORY IN A FAMILIAR SITUATION

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T1 - THEORY APPLIED TO A FAMILIAR SITUATION
Applying your knowledge in a familiar context, so it will have been discussed in class:
  • explain how an organ and/or process works
  • explaining/ arguing similarities & differences between systems & processes
  • putting steps in the correct order and/or context

- You need to show you understand the theory. 
- You will need a good basic knowledge to know what to apply.

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T2 - THEORY IN A UNFAMILIAR SITUATION

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T2 - THEORY APPLIED TO AN UNFAMILIAR SITUATION
Applying your knowledge in an unfamiliar context, so it will not have been discussed in class but similar situations will:
  • explain how an organ or process works
  • explaining/ arguing similarities/differences between systems & processes
  • putting steps in the correct order and/or context

- You need to show you understand the theory. 
- You will need a very good basic knowledge to know what to apply.

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I - SHOWING INSIGHT

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I - INSIGHT
Showing insight by combining your knowledge and new information in unfamiliar situations:
  • explain how an unfamiliar diagram works
  • explaining/ arguing similarities/differences between familiar & unfamiliar systems & processes
  • speculation on how and unfamiliar proces works and explaining why
- You need to show you understand the theory. 
- You will need a very good knowledge & understanding to show insight.

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GRAPHS

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R - REPRODUCTION
Behaviour in class:
Before a test:
Speak English & ask questions. 
Active listening & take notes.
Keep your information organised!!
Study the glossary.
Study all important parts and functions.
Study all diagrams.
Behaviour at home:
During the test:
Collect and study all notes & diagrams in one place (notebook).
Study the glossary.
Review your notes weekly.
Read the questions properly.
Write your answers clearly.
Double check your work.

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root
stem
flower
leaf
fruit

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T1- THEORY FAMILIAR
Behaviour in class:
Before a test:
Speak English & ask questions. 
Active listening in example exercises.
Think and ask questions.
Review & study the hw exercises.
Create concept maps.
Do the practice tests and formatives.
Behaviour at home:
During the test:
Make a serious effort on the hw questions.
Check your work regularly.
Discus things learned in class with others.
Read the questions properly.
Make list of what info you have.
Explain to yourself what is being asked.
Write your answers clearly.
Double check your work.

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Put the right word at the right picture
Pollination
Seedling
Seed
Germination
Fruits

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T2- THEORY UNFAMILIAR
Behaviour in class:
Before a test:
Speak English & ask questions. 
Active listening in example exercises.
Think and ask questions.
Review & study the hw exercises.
Create concept maps.
Do the practice tests and formatives.
Behaviour at home:
During the test:
Make a serious effort on the hw questions.
Check your work regularly.
Discus things learned in class with others.
Be confident.
Read the questions properly.
Make list of what info you have.
Explain to yourself what is being asked.
Write your answers clearly.
Double check your work.

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The plant absorbs sunlight through the palisade cells.
The plant absorbs water and nutrients through the roothair cells.
The plant transports water and nutrients up through the xylem vessels.
The plant transports sugars and nutrients down through the phloem vessels.
The plant absorbs carbon dioxide through the stomata cells.
The plant releases oxygen through the stomata cells.

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I- INSIGHT
Behaviour in class:
Before a test:
Speak English & ask questions. 
Active listening & Discussions.
Wanting to go to the next level.
Review & study the hw exercises.
Create concept maps.
Do the practice tests and formatives.
Behaviour at home:
During the test:
Make a serious effort on the hw questions.
Check your work regularly.
Discus things learned in class with others.
Be confident.
Read the questions properly.
Make list of what info you have.
Explain to yourself what is being asked.
Write your answers clearly.
Double check your work.

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Growing tomatoes:
A gardener grows tomatoes. He wants to find out how to get the biggest mass of tomatoes. He plants different varieties of tomato against different walls in his garden. The following questions will be about this tomatoe garden.

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To obtain the biggest mass of tomatoes, against which wall is it best to grow the tomato plants? Explain your choice..

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To obtain the biggest mass of tomatoes, which variety of tomato plant would it be best to grow?Explain your choice..

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Hw w for next time:
  • Complete the file on classroom by the HW for lesson 2
  • Please be honest and fill in all the questions. 

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