AP Biology Agendas

Agenda

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  • AP Classroom
  • Correct Chromosome simulation lab; homework check /5
  • Begin Chapter 13 summary
  • Cell Communications and Cell Cycle exam on Thursday

Objective

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  • The student is able to evaluate evidence provided by data sets to support the claim that heritable information is passed from one generation to another generation through mitosis, or meiosis followed by fertilization.

Agenda

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  • Continue Chapter 12 summary
  • Photosynthesis lab quiz tomorrow; know: safety hazards, name of the pigments being tested, how to calculate Rf values, variable types, purpose of the soap solution

Agenda

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  • Modeling Mitosis: using pop beads, model the action of the chromosomes during mitotic phases and diagram the action for each phase (including interphase)

Daily Objective

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  • The student is able to construct an explanation, using visual representations or narratives, as to how DNA in chromosomes is transmitted to the next generation via mitosis, or meiosis followed by fertilization.

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Minimum day: Students are released at 12:16 pm

  • Complete Unit content
  • Review assignment: using the cut out manipulatives, review the cell respiration and photosynthesis characteristics
  • Tutoring for Tuesday’s exam after school on Monday from 3:15-4:15

Agenda

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  • Complete Chapter 10 summary
  • Submit Objectives journal
  • Review Cell respiration and photosynthesis
  • Cell respiration lab quiz on Tuesday: know variables, name of equipment, purpose of experiment
  • Create review tables to focus on primary concepts
  • Photosynthesis lab on Monday; trifold due Thursday October 31st

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  • Diffusion and Osmosis lab quiz
  • Complete College Experience presentation
  • Argue from evidence: describe the role of energy in living organisms
  • Begin chapter 9 summary: Cell respiration

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  • College week presentation #1: College Experience
  • Osmosis Diffusion lab post lab quiz tomorrow; know: how a plant controls its turgor pressure; what the difference is between hypotonic, hypertonic, and isotonic solutions; know why it is important to have IV salts in solution; definitions

Agenda

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  • Osmosis and Diffusion lab gallery walk; set up your display at your lab station; find out who you are grading and where their trifold is; when completed, turn in your forms to Mr. Mapplebeck
  • Complete Bacteria lab; due Tuesday
  • Lab is open at lunch

Agenda

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  • Diffusion and osmosis lab: procedure 1
  • Lab Trifold due on Friday October 11; we will have a gallery walk where each individual will evaluate 3 other individuals; collective score will be lab grade

Agenda

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  • Test Tomorrow: know your macromolecules and enzymes!
  • Organelle w.s.: write the functions of each organelle using the template provided; final submission must be typed; due Friday
  • Tutoring today after school from 3:15-4:15

Agenda

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  • Use the water model kits to demonstrate a knowledge of the type of bonds that affect the properties of water: polar and non-polar covalent bond, ionic bonds, hydrogen bonds; adhesion, cohesion, transpiration, capillarity; diagram and submit photo via Edmodo
  • Use the chemical model kits to demonstrate a knowledge of carbon and its properties; How can carbon form single, double, and triple bonds? Make models simple organic compounds (methane, ethane, propane, 1-butene, benzene); form isomers; form functional groups (see page 64-65).  Again, you should diagram, photograph, and submit via Edmodo.