What did we do in class today?
5/1- Test Corrections (45 minutes) and mind map review
5/2- SLO and think dots review
5/3- Think Dots review or mind map review (teacher-led review at end of class, have questions prepared)
5/4- Final Exam
5/7- Final exam analysis
5/8-5/11 review for AP Exam with the above tools and multiple choice/free response practice
Get your own review book to write in
Use the CollegeBoard website to practice multiple choice and free response
Use the video resources we've used in class to help refresh your memory of concepts
Make quizzes from your BILL notes and take them the next day
No warm-up- Pick up community ecology handout at front of room.
Populations and Communities notes.
Warm-up: What factors lead to logistic growth of populations?
1. Finish nutrient cycles
2. Populations activity in computer lab https://ats.doit.wisc.edu/biology/ec/pd/pd.htm
No Homework. STUDY for test Monday.
No warm-up: Hand in lab notebooks to green baskets
1. Quiz review
2. Nitrogen and Phosphorous cycles activity (vocab posted below HW)
HW: (last for this unit)
Watch and take notes in your data analysis section over the populations video linked below
No warm-up: Review notes for 5 minutes
1. Closed note quiz (30 min)
2. Gibbs FE calculations
3. Matter cycles
HW: Enzyme lab and photosynthesis lab due tomorrow. Photosynthesis instructions on 4/20 post. Don't for get conclusions and connections to AP bio for the enzyme lab.
Warm-up: Complete 9-14 on POGIL.
1. Complete POGIL
2. Complete cellular respiration notes
3. Gibbs FE practice
Videos used to support electron transport notes in class:
1. Study for closed note quiz tomorrow
2. Enzyme and photosynthesis labs due Wednesday. See 4/20 post for lab instructions.
Pick up Gibbs Free Energy POGIL
Warm-up: Complete 1-3 on POGIL
1. Photosynthesis lab discussion
2. Complete photosynthesis notes
3. Cellular respiration
HW: Watch and take notes over cellular respiration video below
Enzyme and Photosynthesis Labs due Wednesday.
In your conclusion explain why the differences between the two class periods may have made a difference.
1. Video quiz
2. Enzyme lab work session
3. Complete Gibb's FE video
4. Photosynthesis notes
HW: On a separate sheet of paper, watch and take notes over the video for tomorrow's lab
1. Enzyme lab
2. Gibb's video paul-andersen.squarespace.com/gibbs-free-energy
HW: Watch and take notes over Bozeman photosynthesis and respiration video
Warm-up: Describe how temperature and pH impact enzyme function.
1. Enzyme discussion
2. Enzyme metaphor cartoons
3. Photosynthesis video
HW: Enzyme lab pre-lab. Answer pre-lab questions, leave space for your hypothesis, copy procedure into your lab notebook. Copy data tables into lab notebook.
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