What did we do in class today?
1. Calculations review
2. Final exam review stations
HW: Study for final exam TOMORROW, bring textbooks also
Pick up blue sheet and take out calculator.
1. Calculations practice and review
2. Think dots review
Please put out your food on the back counter
Graphic organizers to red bucket
1. General announcements
2. Food day
3. Exam review
HW: Study for cummulative final exam
Pick up iRespond remote and blue equations sheet.
2. Ecology test corrections
HW: Food day review, final journal article organizer
You may sit in your regular seats
Pick up iRespond
Warm-up: List 3 potential impacts of global climate change.
1. Complete global climate change case study
2. Human Impact Notes
3. Review if time permits
Pick up iRespond remote (not a quiz)
Sit in groups from yesterday.
Warm-up: The size of a population of rats is 500 organisms. The maximum rate of increase is 0.5. The carrying capacity is 2,000 organisms. What is the growth rate of this population? What type of growth is the population exhibiting?
1. Calculation corrections
2. Abiotic factors organizer
3. Global climate change case study
HW: Instagram comment, STUDY!
Pick up plicker cards and abiotic factors organizer.
Sit in groups from Friday
Warm-up: What types of plants are most likely to colonize the area in the photo next?
1. Plicker quiz over reading
2. Complete succession POGIL
3. Population calculations
4. Abiotic and biotic factors group activity
Please pick up packet by mailboxes
Sit in the following groups:
Warm-up: Draw a food web with the following organisms:
Grass, Acorn (oak tree), Coyote, Cardinal, King Snake, Red Tail Hawk, White-Tail Deer, Squirrel, Grasshopper, Black widow spider, Mushroom, Field mouse, House Fly
1. Complete communities notes
2. Populations calculations
3. POGIL- succession
HW: Read and take notes over section 53.5 (pgs. 1186-1190) and section on warning coloration (pg. 1201-top of pg. 1202)
Hand in population activity to red bucket
Warm-up: Summarize the differences between exponential and logistic growth.
1. Populations summary
2. Community notes
3. Yellowstone wolf reading
HW: Population practice problems.
Warm-up: In the graph below, identify the predator and prey. Justify your reasoning.
1. Video discussion
2. Population growth online activity http://ats.doit.wisc.edu/biology/ec/pd/pd.htm
HW: Complete population growth activity if not complete in class.
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