Osmosis/Egg Lab By: Nicole Dressen Problem to Solve: How the mass of an egg changes in different substances. Information Collected: A. Hypotonic: a substance with lower concentration when compared to another substance. B. Isotonic: when the concentration of two substances is the same. C. Hypertonic: a substance with more concentration when compared to another substance. Hypothesis: I think the mass of the egg that is in the water will stay the same but the mass of the egg that is in the sugar will increase mass.
Shots of a fertility hormone are administered for seven to eleven days, to stimulate the production of an abnormally large number of egg-containing follicles. During this time the donor must have her blood tested every other day so that doctors can monitor her hormone levels, and she must come in for periodic ultrasounds. Thirty-six hours before retrieval day a shot of hCG, human chorionic gonadotropin, is administered to prepare the eggs for release, so that they will be ready for
We did the calculation after we finished the measurement and adjustment. The find day we make the graph of the contraption, and then do the final drop test. Problem of Statement: To design a device that will protect 1 large Grade AA raw egg from breaking when it is dropped from second floor. The device should have a light weight short egg removal time, and the most accurate drop to the drop zone target. Diagram of the Contraption: Prototype: The contraption after adjustments:
Summary-Critique of Professional Journal Article A Lesson Cycle for Teaching Expository Reading and Writing Jessica Harvie Southeastern University Research-Based Practices of Reading and Writing Instruction EDUC 5433 October 12, 2013 Dr. Janet Deck The two newly credentialed English teachers taught a five week long summer course educating 30 sixth graders and 31 seventh graders. The goal for these students was to be promoted to the next grade by the start of the next school year. The teachers taught study and English skills to these California middle school students who were required to attend class in order to be promoted. The participants were comprised of 20 sixth grade males and 10 females which included 21 Latinos and 9 white, non-Latino students. The seventh grade population consisted of 20 males and 11 females of which 19 students were Latino and 12 students were white or non-Latino.
Introductory PowerPoint with pictures/sounds DONE http://www.savethefrogs.com/teachers/index.html#powerpoint http://www.squidoo.com/FrogUnitStudy *April 10th 2010, 2nd Annual Save the Frogs Day Must include: At least 4 lessons Pre-test and Post-test for statistical data Name:____________________________ Frogs! Directions: Read the question. Circle your best guess! Tell me what you would like to learn at the bottom or on the back of the paper 1. A frog starts out as a/an: a. egg b. baby c. kit 2.
Graded Assignment Physical Science Foundations (Sem2) | Nature of Matter | Lessons 5 and 6 Graded Assignment—Physical Science Foundations, Unit 1, Lessons 5 and 6 Lab Report: Viscosity Answer the questions below. When you are finished, submit this assignment to your teacher by the due date for full credit. (3 points) Score 1. Write the goal of the lab or the question you tried to answer. Answer: you will investigate how temperature influences viscosity by methodically racing quantities of honey down a cookie sheet.
Dysep1 Brianna Dysep Mr. Tuorto Period 3/ lab #10 17 February 2011 Brianna Dysep* Abstract: What we had to do for this lab was transfer the DNA to mRNA to tRNA. We had to find out what the trait was going to be. We had to record this information in out data table that was given to us. Then when we had to draw the sequence that we found out. Introduction: The background of this lab is that we have been learning this for about 2 weeks in class.
Dutton-5th AP Lang November 6, 2013 Entering the Conversation Essay The “American High School” was originally intended for students who wanted to further educate themselves. That was until Horace Mann decided to modernize the education system by introducing standardized textbooks, extending the school year from the original two to three month periods to ten months out of the year, and finally making attendance for school mandatory. The main focus point on educating American students in high schools has sadly altered throughout the years into a civilian-preparation center. Teaching them how to sit quietly for numerous hours out of the day trying to retain information, while their enjoyment for their courses is slowly dying. Students are also maturing much earlier than when the education system was first created, therefore keeping them in
To ensure that these principles were being properly executed, Mattel hired S. Prakash Sethi. His role was to carry out independent audits to assure compliance with these standards. These audits were conducted at least once every three years. Over the years, these audits have contributed to the dismissal of several dozen suppliers for noncompliance and numerous changes in its plants. When Mattel, in July 2007, learned of the problems of lead paint in their product and magnets that could be swallowed by children causing serious health issues, they acted quickly by issuing voluntary recalls one after another starting on August 1, 2007.