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April 2020

Daily Objectives week of April 27-May 1

By Honors Chemistry

Monday

  • To show how to solve problems using Hess’ Law for a reaction.

Tuesday

  • To discuss fossil fuels and the effects of their use on climate.
  • To discuss energy alternatives.
  • To compare the available energy of various fuels.

Wednesday

  • See Hess’ Law lab objectives

Thursday

  • See Thermochemistry exam review

Friday

  • To relate the stability of a nucleus to the number of protons and neutrons.
  • To classify the types of radioactive decay.

Daily Objectives week of April 27-May 1

By AP Biology

Monday

  • See AP Biology Course and Exam Description

Tuesday

  • See AP Biology Course and Exam Description

Wednesday

  • See AP Biology Course and Exam Description

Thursday

  • See AP Biology Course and Exam Description

Friday

  • See AP Biology Course and Exam Description
  • Explain this statement: “The ascent of xylem sap is ultimately solar powered”
  • Trace the path of phloem sap from sugar source to sugar sink; describe sugar loading and unloading

Agenda week of April 27-May 1

By AP Biology

Monday

  • Submit your attendance form via Google Classroom by 11 pm; this should be done each day
  • Complete Transpiration lab and submit by 3 pm
  • Correct Long and short form FRQ by using the rubric in the lesson folder for this date in Edmodo
  • Kahoot session tomorrow and Wednesday (during Period 1 and 2 Office Hours 1:30-2:10); it will work best if you have access to both a smart phone and a computer

Tuesday

  • Kahoot review via Zoom; please download the Kahoot app onto your smart phone ahead of the scheduled time
  • I will post the session code during the Zoom meeting; I will record and post the meeting onto YouTube after the session

Wednesday

  • Kahoot review via Zoom; please download the Kahoot app onto your smart phone ahead of the scheduled time
  • I will post the session code during the Zoom meeting; I will record and post the meeting onto YouTube after the session
  • This session will have different questions from the Tuesday session

Thursday

  • Do the 2016 FRQ long form practice question; stick to the time limit of 25 minutes (scoring will be done in tomorrow’s lesson)
  • Do the 2019 FRQ short form practice question (this is different from the short form question we did last week); stick to the time limit of 15 minutes (scoring will be done in tomorrow’s lesson)

Friday

  • Score the 2016 FRQ long form practice question
  • Score the 2019 FRQ short form practice question
  • Begin the Plant review; for this section we will be using the new notes from our textbook adoption; for more information see daily lesson post in Edmodo