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 Summer 2018 AP Biology Reading Assignment Due:

Chapter 1 Study Guide 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 All assignments are due prior to the bell to start class on the due date (unless otherwise noted)
 
 

May 2018 Due Dates

Date

Assignment

Mon 5/14, 8am

AP Biology Exam

Thurs 5/10-Fri 5/11

Review of/for AP (Final) Exam

Tues 5/8-Wed 5/9

 

 

 

Tues 5/8

Mon 5/7 

2-Day AP Final Exam

If you have any EOCT or AP Conflicts, please see me prior to 5/1 to make arrangements

 

 Desert Island Assignment

Aliens on earth? The #arseniclife Affair Case Study 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

         

 
Please be reminded of the following dates:
 
 
 
 
 
 

April Due Dates

Date

Assignment

Mon 4/30

EVERY student should turn in the Human System/Ecology Test Remediation

Mon 4/23

Turn in your Earthday PSA Announcement & Signatures

Thurs 4/29

Human Systems & Ecology Test & 2-Sided Crib Sheet

 

Aliens on earth? The #arseniclife Affair Case Study

Thurs 4/19

Wear your Earthday PSA Announcement

Fri 4/13

Thurs 4/12

Chapter 56 Study Guide

Wed 4/11

Tues 4/10

Chapter 30 Study Guide

Prior to Spring Break

 

  • Ready your Aquaponics system for Spring Break (i.e., take it home!! We are done with Aquponics!!!)
  • Ecology Simulation
  • Apply Math to Community Interactions
 
 
  
 

March Due Dates

 

Assignment

Page #

 

 

 Thurs 3/29
Before Leaving for Spring Break; Live Worm Lab Write up. Please submit your worm investigation in the following format:  =         
  • Title:  =         
  • Authors:  =         
  • Scientific question:  =         
  • Hypothesis:  =         (Scientific names)  =         
  • Independent Variable:  =         
  • Dependent Variable:  =         
  • Controlled Variables:  =         
  • Data Chart:  =         
  • Data Graph:  =         
  • Interpretation of results:  
  • Discussion 

 #98

Wed 3/28

Last day to Clear Topic for Lorax/Earthday Folders

 

Fri 3/23 By 11:59pm

Aquaponics Post #11: Email me a link to your Post (cc group members) of the following to your social media site by 11:59pm

  • Pick 4 Learning Objectives from the College Board Course Exam & Description (pages 102-116), one from each of the 4 Big Ideas.
    • Explain how your Aquaponics Research demonstrates each of those Learning Objectives. Cite examples from your experiment. 
  • Pick 2 (of the 7) Science Practices from the College Board Course Exam & Description (pages 97-102).
    • For each of objectives within the Practice you’ve chosen, explain how your Aquaponics Research demonstrates each of those Learning Objectives. Cite examples from your experiment.

 

 

Fri 3/23

Earthworm Dissection Lab 

#96

Thurs 3/22

Wed 3/21 

Survivorship Curve Lab

Last day to submit Microbe & Immunology Test Remediation (mandatory if you scored below 80% on Evolution Test)

Microbe & Immunology Test Corrections

#95

#97a

#97b 

Thurs 3/15

Virtual Muscle Stimulation Lab

#94

Thurs 3/14

VLA #2 (Earth’s Environmental Issues)

#93

Fri 3/9        By 11:59pm

Aquaponics Post #10: Email me a link to your Post (cc group members) of the following to your social media site by 11:59pm

Create and upload a colored and labeled picture of the nitrogen cycle (using arrows to demonstrate the flow of Nitrogen) as it happens in YOUR aquaponics unit. Include the following in your diagram:

=         Biochemistry:

o   Atmospheric nitrogen (N2)

o   Ammonia (NH3)

o   Nitrite (NO2)

o   Nitrate (NO3)

o   Amino Acids

=         Processes:

o   Ammonification

o   Nitrogen Fixation

o   Nitrification

o   Denitrification

o   Consumption

o   Decomposition

=         Scientific names of organism(s) involved in each of the above   processes.

Create and upload a colored and labeled picture of the carbon cycle (using arrows to demonstrate the flow of Carbon) as it happens in YOUR aquaponics unit. Include the following in your diagram:

=         Biochemistry:

o   Carbon dioxide (CO2)

o   Carbonic Acid (H2CO3)

o   Sucrose (C12H22O11)

o   Cellulose (C6H10O5)n

o   Glycogen C24H42O21

o   Inorganic Nutrient Pool

=         Processes:

o   Photosynthesis

o   Respiration

o   Consumption

o   Decomposition

o   Scientific names of organism(s) involved in each of the above processes.

Create and upload a colored and labeled picture of Energy Flow (using arrows to demonstrate the flow of Energy) as it happens in YOUR aquaponics unit. Include the following in your diagram:

=         Components:

o   Autotrophs

o   Primary Consumers

o   Secondary Consumers

o   Decomposers

o   Light energy

o   Energy lost as heat

=         Processes:

o   Gross productivity

o   Net productivity

o   Respiration

o   photosynthesis

Scientific names of organism(s) involved in each of the above processes.

 

Tues 3/6

Chapter 48 Neurons Reading Guide

Chapter 56 Study Guide    (VLA #1)

#94

#92

Fri 3/2       By 11:59pm

Aquaponics Post #9: Email me a link to your Post of the following:

Aquaponics Update: In ONE email, send me a link to your 2 INDIVIDUAL Posts by 11:59pm.

Visit your classmates (those NOT in your group) Aquaponics Blog:

= Erin

= Nadia & Vivian

= Aleece, Vari, Matthew

= Mia, Evangelos, Hanna, Bella

= Amelia, Chloe, Maja

For At least 2 different groups, comment on

  • 2 areas where they “nailed it” scientifically,
  • 2 areas for improvement in their scientific process (explain WHY of course) and
  • 2 questions about aquaponics that were raised in your mind as a result of reading their posts.

Make sure the link you send me goes directly to where you made your above post on their blog. Continue making and posting your weekly observations.

 

Thurs 3/1

Registration for the 2018 administration of AP Exams begins   this Friday, February 2.  All students wishing to take an AP Exam must register at the Total Registration site: https://user.totalregistration.net/AP/110184.  The Total Registration site manages all exam registration and payments for the school.  Students who have taken AP Exams at Lakeside in the past may use their previous login information.  Otherwise, students will need to create a username and password to register for exams.

Deadlines - The regular registration deadline is Thursday, March 1.  After March 1, a late registration fee of $10 per student will be assessed.  The absolute deadline for registration is Wednesday, March 7.  No registrations will be processed after that date.

 

Thurs 3/1

HHMI: Cells of the Immune System

91

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

February Due Dates

`

Assignment

Page #

Tues 2/27

Chapter 45 Endocrine System Reading Guide (you will receive this assignment and can work on it in class Friday 2/23)

90

   

 

Wed 2/28

Evolution Test Corrections

Last day to submit Evolution Test Remediation (mandatory if you scored   below 80% on Evolution Test)

83

Wed 2/21

Immune System Cartoon

86

Tues 2/20

Chapter 26 Study Guide

82

Fri 2/16 email received prior to 11:59pm

Aquaponics Post #8 Email me a link to your Post (cc group members) of the following:

A chart/table of your Nitrogen data.

A graph of your Nitrogen data.

A representation (yes, a diagram, yes, in color, yes labeled) of the Nitrogen Cycle as it has happened (and is happening) in YOUR aquaponics unit. Make sure you include the following in your representation:  ammonia, nitrite, nitrate, nitrification, ammonification, denitrification, nitrogen fixation, atmospheric nitrogen

Continue making and posting your weekly observations.

 

Fri 2/16

Chapter 43 Immune System Reading Guide

(You will have class period 2/15 to work on it)

85

Wed 2/14

Virus Poster

87

Tues 2/13

Evolution Test & Crib Sheet

81

Mon 2/12

Chapter 32-34 Study Guide

77

Fri 2/9     email received prior to 11:59pm

Aquaponics Post #7 Email me a link to your Post (cc group members) of the following:

A chart/table of your data showing your independent variable vs dependent variable (with dates collected)

A graph of your data showing your independent variable vs dependent variable

What has been going well?

What has not been going well?

What adjustments have you made/do you plan to make on what has not been going well?

Continue making and posting your weekly observations.

 

Thurs 2/8

  

Wed 2/7

Chapter 19 Study Guide

Population Genetics & Evolution Lab Due

78

79

Tues 2/6

Complete the following GIZMOs  & Assessments

  • Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium
  • Rainfall and Bird Beaks

Open the Word document Student Information Sheet, complete answers in a dark color other than black, save document with your name in front as a PDF and email to me.

80a

80b

Mon 2/5

Last Day to clear with me Virus Poster Topic  (ViralZone is a great place to find Virus information)

77

Fri 2/2

Simulating Natural Selection Lab

Please remember that you should be making weekly updates to your blog, regardless of how often I request links for grading. Your blog is your “log book” and I will be scoring you on the frequency of your entries.

76

Thurs 2/1

Stickleback Evolution Virtual Lab

Hardy-Weinberg Problems

74

75

 
 
 
  
 

January 2018

Date

Assignment

Page #

Wed 1/31


Genetics Test Corrections (mandatory for all students) AP Biology Standards

Genetics Test Remediation (mandatory if you scored below 80% on Fall Final Exam, use same Chapter as last 1st Semester Test)

72b

Tues 1/30


Simulating Natural Selection Lab

71

Fri 1/26 by 11:59pm

Aquaponics post #6 Email me a link to your Post (cc group members) of the following:

You learned in the Dissolved Oxygen and Primary Productivity Lab that “Measuring Net Productivity: Remember net productivity is the amount of sugars and dissolved oxygen produced by the plants in an ecosystem once you subtract out what the producers have consumed in respiration.” Label net productivity in your aquaponics set up.

Post your initial and current nitrogen and hydrogen (nitrite, nitrate, ammonia, pH) levels

Make and post weekly observations.

 

Wed 1/25

Hardy-Weinberg problems  (issued in Class) (*Thurs 2/1 snowcation redate)

70

Thurs 1/25

Stickleback Evolution Virtual Lab  (*Tues 1/31 snowcation redate)

Aquatic Nitrogen Cycle (*Thurs 1/25 snowcation redate)

69

Fri 1/19 by 11:59pm

Genetics Test & Crib2nd Semester Crib sheets should be 1 page front & back. Front is all 2nd semester, back is 1st semester. There will be 2 essays on each test. 1 mandatory and 1 extra credit.  (*Wed 1/24 snowcation redate)

Aquaponics Post #5 Email me a link to your Post (cc group members) of the following:

A labeled “before” picture of your experimental setup. Labels should include:

Group/experiment name

Scientific name(s) of fish(es)

Scientific name(s) of plant(s)

Growing Media

Supports for lights and/or grow beds

Producers

Consumers

Light source (with wavelength and intensity)

Water flow system/apparatus

Miscellaneous (other labels pertinent to your experiment)

Make and post weekly observations.

72a

Thurs 1/18


Virtual Transpiration Lab 
(*Tues 1/23 snowcation redate)

68

Wed 1/17


GIZMO:EvolutionàMutation & Selection (*Tues 1/23 snowcation redate)

67

Tues 1/16

Chapter 24 Study Guide

66

Fri 1/12 by 11:59pm

Aquaponics Post #4 Email me a link to your Post (cc group members) of the following:

1.     Hypothesis (include scientific names of organisms):

2.    Literature Review (based on Annotated Bibliography) that supports your hypothesis

a.    Copy and paste text from article(s)

b.    Copy and paste APA reference

3.    Independent variable (with units)

4.    Dependent variable (with units)

5.    Control variables (at least 3)

6.    Experimental Group

7.    Control Group

8.    What unexpected challenges have you encountered thus far?  

9.    How will you know your experiment is a success?

10.  How your experiment addresses Energy Dynamics:

11.  Take and post a “before” picture of your set up

12.  Compare 1st day and 1st week (Day #1 & Day #5) chemical H2O readings (NO2, NO3, NH3 pH etc.)

As a reminder the standards/objective that this experiment should address are as follows:

Your experimental design will need to include:

=         Estimating productivity and efficiency of energy transfer, accounting and budgeting, measuring biomass, calculating unit conversions in simple equations.

Continue making and posting your weekly observations.

65

   

Thurs 1/11

Final Exam Test Corrections (mandatory for all students) AP Biology Standards

Final Exam Test Remediation (mandatory if you scored below 80% on Fall Final Exam, use same Chapter as last 1st Semester Test)

60

Wed 1/10

Chapter 22 Study Guide

 

Tues 1/9

Bring a “Pedigree quiz”; 4 pedigrees, one to represent a different mode of inheritance; X-linked recessive, Y-linked, autosomal dominant, autosomal recessive

64

   

Mon 1/8

Chapter 14 Study Guide

63

Fri 1/5

Mendelian Problems Due (Issued in class)  Complete ALL problems and SHOW YOUR WORK

62

Thurs 1/4/18

25 Genetics Problems (Issued in class)  Complete ALL problems and SHOW YOUR WORK

Continue setting up your Aquaponics Apparatus

61

Friday 1/5/18 emailed prior to 11:59pm

Aquaponics Post #3.

Email me a link to your Post (cc group members) of the following to your social media site by Friday 1/5/18

1.     What is the purpose of this investigation/experiment (Include scientific names of all living organisms) supported by your Literature Review (based on Annotated Bibliography)

2. What is your hypothesis (as supported by your research)?

a.    Copy and paste text from article(s)

b.    Copy and paste APA reference

3. What kind of qualitative data will you collect?

(Descriptions: what you expect to do/what you expect to observe)

4. What kind of quantitative data will you collect?

(What you measured with units;  i.e. pH, ammonia, nitrites, nitrates, gas bubbles, water level, growth in cm)

5. When/how often will you collect it?

6. How will you record your data?

7. How will you document your progress for the scientific community?

create a webpage/wikispace/glogster or some multi-media presentation of your ecosystem and results of your experiment

8. How will you report your final data to the scientific community?

9. How will you know your experiment is a success?

10. Take and post a “before” picture of your set up

 

Summer 2018 AP Biology Reading Assignment :

Chapter 1 Study Guide                                                     

Chapter 2 & 3 Study Guide

Arent you glad these dates have passed?

 
 

December 2017 Due Dates

Date

Assignment

Page #

Wed 12/20

Final Exam 2-Sided Crib Sheet

58

Thurs 12/14

CRISPR Assignment

57

Wed 12/13 (emailed by 11:59pm)

This is an INDIVIDUAL assignment. Visit Aquaponics Blogs of at least 2 other Groups in the class. Post specific feedback on their research design. Copy, pate and email me the 2 links where I can read your posts on their blog. For each post identify:

  • 2 things they did really well
  • 2 specific suggestions for improvement
  • 2 question that arose in your mind (or that their research should address that it does not already address) as you read their investigation proposal
 

Wed 12/13 (in class)

Lizard Evolution Virtual Lab, 2

56

Tues 12/12

Virtual Gene Splicing Lab ( bring your flash drive use the Print Screen or snipping tool to cut and paste pictures in to your Word document. Save your final word document, with the labeled diagrams and print screens as a PDF file to preserve formatting and submit electronically as ONE document. ADD your first and last name to the document name and save it as a pdf file)

 

Fri 12/8 (in class)

New Worm

55

Fri 12/8 (emailed by 11:59pm)

Aquaponics Post #2. Email me a public link to your Aquaponics Energy Systems Diagram. One group (of up to 4 students) member should email me the link and CC the other group members.

Design and construct a systems diagram to model energy capture and flow through your aquaponics ecosystem. Use annotations to help explain your reasoning. Think about how your system will measure the input and output of energy in producers and consumers. For Example:

  • What do you predict about the quantity of energy the producers take in compared to the quantity of energy that goes out?
  • What do you predict about the quantity of energy the consumers take in compared to the quantity of energy that goes out?
  • What do you think are various ways that producers and consumers could lose energy?
  • How could you estimate the amount of energy lost through these various pathways? (You can hand draw this, or use Word, or Paint, take a picture and then upload an electronic copy)

For support/ideas you may check the following documents: EnergyDynamicsLab.doc, Lab 10: Energy Dynamics, Appendix D: Matrix for Assessing and Planning Scientific Inquiry (MAPSI),

 

Wed 12/6 (emailed by 11:59pm)

DNA to Disorder PPT

 54

Wed 12/6
Tues 12/5 
Antiobiotic Resistance. Can we Ever Win?
When a gene Turned off is a Matter of Life or Death 
 53b
53a 

Fri 12/1 (emailed by 11:59pm)

Aquaponics Post #1. Email me a public link to your Aquaponics Investigation Plan. One group (of up to 4 students) member should email me the link and CC the other group members.

Your Aquaponics Investigation plan with the following components:

Problem/Question

Hypothesis

Methodology/Protocol (with apparatus set up & diagrams. Include systems diagram)

  • Independent Variable
  • Dependent Variable
  • Control Variables

What, How and When of data Collection

How data will be reported/presented

How data will be analyzed

 
 
 
 
 

November 2017 Due Dates

Date

Assignment

Page #

Thurs 11/30

Last day to submit Mitosis/DNA/Meiosis Test Remediation (mandatory if you scored below 80% on Mitosis/DNA/Meiosis test)

Last day to submit Cell Test Corrections (mandatory for all students) AP Biology Standards

45b

45c

Wed 11/29

Dissolved Oxygen and Primary Productivity Virtual Lab (will complete in class 11/27)

50

Tues 11/28

Chapter 18 Study Guide

52

Mon 11/27

Aquaponics Annotated Bibliography

Your annotated bibliography should address the following AP Biology College board Standards

Big Idea 2: Biological systems utilize free energy and molecular building blocks to grow, to reproduce and to maintain dynamic homeostasis.

• LO 2.1 The student is able to explain how biological systems use free energy based on empirical data that all organisms require constant energy input to maintain organization, to grow, and to reproduce.

• LO 2.2 The student is able to justify a scientific claim that free energy is required for living systems to maintain organization, to grow, or to reproduce, but that multiple strategies exist in different living systems.

• LO 2.3 The student is able to predict how changes in free energy availability affect organisms, populations, and ecosystems.

• LO 2.22 The student is able to refine scientific models and questions about the effect of complex biotic and abiotic interactions on all biological systems, from cells and organisms to populations, communities, and ecosystems.

• LO 2.23 The student is able to design a plan for collecting data to show that all biological systems (cells, organisms, populations, communities, and ecosystems) are affected by complex biotic and abiotic interactions.

• LO 2.24 The student is able to analyze data to identify possible patterns and relationships between a biotic or abiotic factor and a biological system (cells, organisms, populations, communities, or ecosystems).

• LO 4.14 The student is able to apply mathematical routines to quantities that describe interactions among living systems and their environment, which result in the movement of matter and energy.

• LO 4.16 The student is able to predict the effects of a change of matter or energy availability on communities

48

Sun 11/26 (emailed by 11:59pm)

Last Day to Electronically Submit GIZMOs assignments (see Thanksgiving Week Lesson Plan for details)

 

11/20-11/24/15

Thanksgiving Break

 

Friday 11/17 

Thurs 11/16 (or prior to leaving for Thanksgiving Break, whichever comes 1st )

Ghost in Your Genes video questions

41b

IntroductiontoAquaponics.doc

41b

 
47 

Wed 11/15

DNA/Mitosis/Meiosis Test & Crib Sheet

51

Tues 11/14

Mitosis/Meiosis Lab

47

Mon 11/13

Chapter 13 Study Guide

46

Fri 11/10

Last Day to clear DNA to Disorder PPT Topic without Penalty

Molecular Biology Test & Crib

45a

Thurs 11/9

Biochemistry and Cell Signaling Pathway of the MC1R Gene

44

Wed 11/8

Molecular Genetics of Color Mutations in Rock Pocket Mice

43

Tues 11/7

Rockina Lab

42

Fri 11/3

Genetic Engineering Poster Presentations (page 2)

40b

Thurs 11/2 Electronically by 11:59pm

ONLINE EPIGENETICS – IS IT ONLY ABOUT THE DNA?

41

Thurs 11/2 In class

Last day to submit Cell Energy & Communication Test Corrections (mandatory for all students) AP Biology Standards

Last day to submit Test Remediation (mandatory if you scored below 80% on Cell Energy & Communication test)

37b

37c

Wed 11/1

Chapter 20 Study Guide (Page 1)

40a

 
 
 
 

October 2017 Due Dates

Date

Assignment

Page #

TBD

Case Study: Diabetes & Insulin Signaling (will receive in class)

35a

     

Tues 10/31

Report to Computer Lab 1103 for class, bring your flash drive use the Print Screen or snipping tool to cut and paste pictures in to your Word document. Save your final word document, with your answers in another color, and labeled diagrams and print screens as a PDF file to preserve formatting and submit electronically as ONE document. ADD your first and last name to the document name ONLINE EPIGENETICS – IS IT ONLY ABOUT THE DNA? and save it as a WORD.doc or .docx

 

Mon 10/30

Chapter 17 Study Guide

 39

Fri 10/27

Chapter 16 Study Guide

Last day to have cleared a topic with me in writing for Genetic Engineering Poster Presentations. You may work alone, or with 1 partner. Make sure you can tell me the organism the gene came from, the GMO the gene is going into and what the gene does.

 38

Tues 10/24

Respiration/Photosynthesis/Communication Test & Crib Sheet

 36

Mon 10/23

BLAST Lab

 35

Fri 10/20

Last day to have cleared a topic with me in writing for Genetic Engineering Poster Presentations. You may work alone, or with 1 partner. Make sure you can tell me the organism the gene came from, the GMO the gene is going into and what the gene does.

 
 

 

Tues 10/17

Chapter 12 Study Guide

Counting Leaf Stomata Lab Due

33

29

Mon 10/16

Chapter 11 Study Guide

32

Fri 10/13

Before I leave for the day

Last day to submit Cell Test Corrections (mandatory for all students) AP Biology Standards

Last day to submit Test Remediation (mandatory if you scored below 80% on Cell test)

25b

25c

Fri 10/13

Spinach Leaf Disk Lab

34

31

Mon 10/16

Case Study: The Secret of Popcorn Popping (will receive in class)

Case Study: A Can of Bull (will receive in class)

Case Study: My Dog is Broken (will receive in class)

30a

30b

Wed 10/11

Spinach Chromatography Lab (will receive in class)

31

Wed 10/4

Cell Test & Crib Sheet

25a

Tues 10/3

Watch Bozeman’s Gibb Free Energy, 2 video take notes during the video, and convert notes into a Graphic Organizer. Submit both Video notes and Graphic Organizer

24

Mon 10/2

GIZMO: Osmosis

  • If your grade at the 4.5 week progress report was <75%, please use the Campbell’s CD Rom to take the Activities Quiz for Chapters 4, 5, 6 and 7.
  • Score at least 90% on the test. Use the Print Screen function to take a picture of your score for EACH chapter, paste it into a word document and submit it to me.

This assignment is NOT optional.

23

Fri 9/29

How does cell structure relate to function (issued in class)

22

 
 
 
 

September 2017 Due Dates

Date

Assignment

Page #

Mon 9/25

Case Study: Osmosis is Serious Business

 21b

Fri 9/22

Case Study: Little Girl lost Due at the end of class (will receive assignment in class)

 21a

Thurs 9/21

Chapter 10 Study Guide

 28

Wed 9/20

Chapter 9 Study Guide

 27

Mon 9/18

Diffusion/Osmosis Lab Due

20

Tues 9/12

Chapter 8 Study Guide Due

18

Mon 9/11

Enzyme Catalysis Due

Bring ½ page crib sheet for Diffusion & Osmosis Lab Quiz

Complete the Virtual Diffusion & Osmosis Lab: on the Lab Bench. Take the Lab Quiz and print your score to submit in class.

17

Fri 9/8

Enzyme Inquiry Mini (trifold) Science Fair Presentations

18

Thurs 9/7

Last day to submit Biochemistry Test Corrections (mandatory for ALL students) AP Biology Standards

11c

Wed 9/6

Last day to submit Biochemistry Test Remediation (mandatory if you scored below 80% on Mitosis/DNA/Meiosis test

 

Tues 9/5

Chi-Square Lab

15

Fri 9/1

Chapter 7 Study Guide

Go through the Virtual Enzyme Catalysis Lab

Complete the Virtual Enzyme Catalysis Lab on the Lab Bench. Take the Lab Quiz and print your score to submit in class.

Enzyme Catalysis Lab Quiz in Class (from handout), you may use ½ page crib sheet

14

16

 
 
 

August 2017 Due Dates

Date

Assignment

Page #

Thur 8/31

Chapter 6 Study Guide

Surface Area to Volume Ratio Activity

13

18

Tues 8/29

Biochemistry Test (50 Multiple Choice Questions, 1 Essay Question. Check Links for past Essays and their answers)

Biochemistry Notes

Biochemistry Test Crib Sheet Due

11a

11b

Wed 8/23 by 11:59pm

Organic Compounds PPT Presentations

Print a hardcopy of your Presentations (6 slides to a page) to submit with your Rubric when you present

10a

10b

Wed 8/23

Toothpickase Activity Due

9

Fri 8/18

Macromolecule pattern Matching Activity

8

Mon 8/21

Chapter 5 Study Guide

7

Thur 8/17

Last day to clear Organic Compounds PPT Topic with Dr. Parrott (before or after school) without penalty.

10

Thurs 8/10

Last day to submit summer assignments without a tardy penalty.

Bring 2 magazine advertisements to class (Select two magazine ads that you think it would be interesting to investigate. Neatly cut-out the advertisement and bring it to class. In class we will design a valid experiment that focuses on what the magazine ad is claiming. The experiment must be within school regulations. If your experiment were a movie it must be rated G or PG)

 

Wed 8/9

Complete Scientific Questioning Video Review Sheet by watching Bozeman Scientific Questioning Video.

Bring a copy of a scientific article to class

5

6

Tues 8/8

Signed Syllabus Due (p1)

1

Mon 8/7

Summer Reading Assignment Due:

 

 

2

3

4

Thurs 8/3

(Optional) Classroom Set-Up Extra Credit Opportunities:

Come by the classroom (1303) 12-3:30pm to…

 

  • help with setting up the classroom
  • get to know your teacher
  • earn up to 2 points extra credit
  • get a jump on being a possible morning tutor

 

 
 
 
 
 
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