- The student is able to describe how nervous systems transmit information.
- The student is able to describe how the vertebrate brain integrates information to produce a response.
- The student is able to create a visual representation to describe how nervous systems detect external and internal signals.

- Bring your textbook with you to class today
- Complete pH problem set; due Tuesday April 23rd
- Do Chapter 15 section 1 w.s.; due Tuesday April 23rd

- Complete Chapter 49 summary
- Do Nervous system w.s.; due Tuesday April 23rd
- Read Chapter 50
- Complete Chapter 48/49 w.s.; due Tuesday April 23rd

- Given the concept of acids and bases, you will be able calculate the hydroxide or hydronium ion concentration and/or the pH or pOH given the other variables and prove by completing a worksheet correctly.

- AP Chemistry prompt: 10 point FRQ
- AP Chemistry prompt: 4 point FRQ
- Grade and submit FRQs

- Given concepts from the AP Chemistry exam, you will be able to answer free response question 80% correctly.
- See course description for AP Chemistry

- The student is able to construct an explanation, based on scientific theories and models, about how nervous systems detect external and internal signals, transmit and integrate information, and produce responses.
- The student is able to describe how nervous systems detect external and internal signals.

- pH problem set: Do all practice problems (pages 262 and 264 of the problem set) and “Additional Problems” #s 1-3; due Tuesday April 23rd

Given the concept of specific heat capacity, you will be able to solve problems correctly.

- Specific Heat problem set: due all problems (#s 1-12); due Tuesday April 23
- Use textbook pages to guide you