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Science in the Headlines
3 parent baby
Twins gene sequencing leads to cure
More than 4 bases in DNA?
Gene therapy cures hemophilia

What's up with this?
Testing Hypotheses in AP Biology
Quantitative Methods in AP Biology
Working with data
 
 
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BHS Biology webpage
(Stuff you should already know)
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FOR EVERY CHAPTER YOU SHOULD:
1. Use Google Drive
2. Read Chapter(s) in textbook & do something to help organize/link info in your brain
EXAMPLES: 
Two column notes/concept mapping
Cornell notes video
Inspiration/Kidspiration program in computer lab
3. Write down ?'s to ask about concepts that are unclear

4.Know the VOCAB
5. Review concepts
I should already know
from BIO/Honors BIO
6. Identify, label, sticky note EK, LO, SP in your Course Description book
7. Use Campbell site 
and Review games link to
review VOCAB, pretest, do activities, to prep for chapter test 

Resources to help you
AP BIO info
AP POWER WORDS
Mr. Anderson's videos
Chem review videos
Mr. Knuffke's Prezi's
Other AP Websites
AP Central Exam ?'s
Review games
Watch
video about AP Exam
   
MONDAY 8/21 TUESDAY  8/22 WED 8/23 THURSDAY  8/24 FRIDAY  8/25




HW:
Do "Intro to Mastering Biology" activities by TUES 9/5

WELCOME TO AP BIO!

ITunes-Biology Buddy

AP Bio Power Words
from Dr. T

Back to school
(Grades 9-10)
8:30-10:00 am

(Grades 11-12)
9:45 am -11:15 pm

Back to School Event
M-Z-12:15-2:30 pm
A-L -6:00-8:15 pm

Back to School AP BIO POWERPOINT

~ Hand out Books
~ Start up TO DO LIST
~ 1st day handout

~ Sign & return
   Lab safety guidelines
   Student/Parent contract
~ Fill in calendar with days you will be absent and return ASAP

MEET BILL!
~ Lee Ferguson's BILL
BILL-Table of contents

Log-ins
Equations/formulas sheet
AP BIO Info
Lab safety guidelines
Grid-in directions
Tips for answering FRQ's
POWER WORDS
Making Test corrections
How College is Different from High School

Return with signatures
Student/Parent contract
Lab safety

4 Big Ideas
Enduring Understandings

 
HW:
See TO DO LIST
1. WATCH Bozeman Claim Evidence Reasoning (CER) video before class tomorrow and take Notes  in your BILL BEFORE CLASS TOMORROW

2.What's up with pheromones due FRIDAY
EK 3.D.1.c;

3.Complete Student Info survey ASAP

4. Personalize the cover on your BILL due TUES 9/5
5.  Watch Bozeman video- Scientific method and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by MONDAY  SP 1-9
6. BILL-Taxis/Kinesis  due THURS 9/1 2.C.2; LO 2.21;


TERMITE TRACKS
Original lab by Lana Hays
EK 2.C.2.a; LO 2.21; EK 3.D.1.c; 3.E.1.b.2; LO 3.40; LO 3.42;
SP 3-6;

Termites 1
Termites 2

Question: What makes termites follow line?
3 CER statements
Collect data, make a claim, and use reasoning and  data to support your claim in your BILL,

HW:
See TO DO LIST
What's up with pheromones due TOMORROW

Complete Student Info survey ASAP

Scientific method tips
From Jennie Edgar

3 CER statements due
SP 3,5 & 6;   LO 3.40;3.42

BILL- pheromones DUE
Discuss what you found out
EK 2.C.2.a; EK 3.D.2.b

Use your Course description and identify EK's, EU's, LO's and SP's from Termite lab/Pheromones

Get registered for textbook & join our class (Don't use textbook link in menu bar at top of page to create a new account. Only works once you have registered)

HW:

1. See TO DO LIST
2. Watch Bozeman video-
Scientific method and take notes and answer the ?'s  in your  BILL by MONDAY  SP1-9

 
3.Complete Student Info Survey ASAP
If you get an error/need permission message pull up Google, login with your school email, and try link again

4. Personalize your BILL COVER DUE TUES 9/5


5. LOGIN to Mastering Biology website and complete the assigned Intro to Mastering Biology activities by TUES 9/5

MONDAY 8/28 TUESDAY  8/29 WEDNESDAY  8/30 THURSDAY  8/31 FRIDAY  9/1



Watch Bozeman video- Scientific method and TAKE NOTES and answer the ?'s  IN YOUR BILL by TODAY

Scientific method
Big Bang Scientific method

BILL DRY MIX
Positive vs Negative controls

IN CLASS:
Catalyst Learning Curriculum
4 Scientific method ?'s
(5th Hr is behind-didn't get these)

How Science Works
Accuracy & precision
Error Analysis
Examples

HW:
1.See TO DO LIST
2. Catalyst Learning Curriculum Scientific method ?'s DUE TOMORROW (not 5th hr)
3. Watch Bozeman Video-Beginner's guide to graphing data and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by WED
4. BILL-Taxis/Kinesis  due THURS

Catalyst Learning Curriculum- 4 experiments (modified) DUE

Bozeman Video- Lab 11

Pillbug preference LAB
SP 2,3,4, 5 & 6 

Experimental design
SP 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 

Design your own experiment
Poker chip Peer review
Idea from: Kristen Dotti
Labs/Stats workshop

HW:
1. See TO DO LIST
2. Watch Bozeman Video-Beginner's guide to graphing data and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by TOMORROW
What makes a good graph ? due tomorrow

3. BILL-Taxis/Kinesis due THURS
4. Bring supplies for your experiment FOR TOMORROW

5. Fishy experiment due FRI
Watch Bozeman Video-Beginner's guide to graphing data and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL and answer What makes a good graph ? due TODAY

M & M's Chi Square
Modified from Mr. Knight/Kim Foglia
SP 2 & 5
DUE at end of class


Chi square video SP1

Degrees of freedom video
Watch starting at 8:08

HW:
1. BILL-Taxis/Kinesis due tomorrow
2. Fishy experiment due FRI
BILL-Taxis/Kinesis  due
2.C.2.a; LO 2.21;

Home Alone video

M&M's Chi-square lab due if you didn't turn in yesterday

Get registered for textbook & join our class
RIEDELL2017

Mastering Biology Intro assignment

 Albert IO login
Check email for invite
13M0H7BCWBL8


5th Hr-4 experiments/Catalyst Learning curriculum (modified)

Housekeeping:
Make a divider in your binder for: LABS
for: FRQ's

HW:
1. See TO DO LIST
2.Fishy experiment due tomorrow
Fishy experiment due moved to TUES
SP 5 & 6 


PILLBUG EXPERIMENT
Collect data  SP 3,4,5
Calculate total A/B side bugs and get an avg for your data
HW:
1.FINISH OLD TO DO LIST
2. Start NEW TO DO LIST
MONDAY 9/4 TUESDAY  9/5 WEDNESDAY  9/6 THURSDAY  9/7 FRIDAY  9/8
NO SCHOOL
LABOR DAY
5th hr- TURN IN Catalyst Learning Curriculum 4 experiments

Personalize BILL cover by today


Complete Student Info Survey by today
If you get an error/need permission message pull up Google, login with your school email, and try link again


LOGIN to Mastering Biology website and complete the assigned Intro to Mastering Biology activities by today

Fishy experiment due
SP 5 & 6 

HW:
1.Finish OLD
TO DO LIST
2.Start NEW TO DO LIST

WATER LAB
EK 2.A.3.a.3; SP1; SP63

Station #1 video
Station #5 video
Station #8 video

Cup of Water kits modeling SP 1
Amoeba sisters-Properties of water

Concord Consortium
 Hydrogen bonding Water

Water cartoons

HW:
1. See TO DO LIST
2. Refresh your "Chemistry brain" by watching Kristina Gremski's Chemistry Background For Biology video TAKE NOTES IN YOUR  BILL and make Bond comparison chart by MON 9/11



FINISH WATER LAB
EK 2.A.3.a3;  SP1; SP63.
BILL Water lab ?'s due MONDAY

Bozeman Biology Water video  EK 2.A.3.a.3

Hydrogen bonding animation

Transpiration

HW:
1. See
TO DO LIST
2. Refresh your "Chemistry brain" by watching Kristina Gremski's Chemistry Background For Biology video TAKE NOTES IN YOUR  BILL and make Bond comparison chart in your BILL by MON 9/11

Properties of water poster
s'more.com
Directions  EK 2.A.3.a.3

Add your Water Poster URL HERE

Water cartoons

BILL-Properties of water organizer

HW:
See
TO DO LIST
Refresh your "Chemistry brain" by watching Kristina Gremski's Chemistry Background For Biology video TAKE NOTES IN YOUR  BILL and make Bond comparison chart in your BILL by MON 9/11
MONDAY 9/11 TUESDAY  9/12 WEDNESDAY  9/13 THURSDAY  9/14 FRIDAY  9/15


Water Lab DUE

Refresh your "Chemistry brain" by watching Kristina Gremski's Chemistry Background For Biology video TAKE NOTES IN YOUR  BILL and make Bond comparison chart in your BILL by TODAY

SEE POSTERS
Fill in BILL organizer

HW:
See TO DO LIST
1.


Coronation
Burning of the "B"

pH opener 

Blood pH buffers
BILL-What will organs do?

HW:
1. See TO DO LIST
2.Watch Carbohydrates video before you come to class MONDAY
DOWNLOAD Macromolecules NOTES to go with videos
To open these: Open Powerpoint program, choose file Open, choose the notes from your Google Drive folder.

Student Info survey

Earthquakes and pH balance

Crush Injuries and pH
Homeostasis & pH  
EK 2.C.1.a; LO 2.15; 2.18; SP 6.4

HW:
See TO DO LIST
1. DOWNLOAD NOTES to go with videos here
Macromolecules NOTES 
OR find these in the shared Google drive folder
Follow along as you watch the videos for next week
Student Info survey
Short WED schedule
HOMECOMING OLYMPICS

Pillbug Lab Materials and Methods section
Methods rules


HW:
3. Watch Carbohydrates video before you come to class MON
4. Keep working on TO DO LIST & Watching Powerpoint videos

Student Info survey




DOWNLOAD NOTES for
MODELING isomers
SP 1
Open Powerpoint program, choose file Open, choose the notes from your Google Drive folder.


MODELING isomer ?'s
Draw Pix in your BILL and answer ?'s DUE WED
SP1

Go to Biology Place Lab Bench website and complete DO Prelab by WED

Cartoons

Short Schedule
Pep Assembly 2:25 pm


Football game

HW:
1. DOWNLOAD NOTES to go with videos here

Macromolecules NOTES 
OR find these in the shared Google drive folder
Follow along as you watch the videos for next week
2.. Watch Carbohydrates video before you come to class MON

3. Watch Lipids slide show video before you come to class TUES
4.Watch
Proteins video before you come to class THURS

Student Info survey
MONDAY 9/18 TUESDAY  9/19 WEDNESDAY  9/20 THURSDAY  9/21 FRIDAY  9/22
4 Earthquake & pH ?'s due

Download a copy of Macromolecules Power point notes to your Google Drive. and watch Carbohydrates video before class today

Modeling Biomolecules-Carbs

Mini carb cutouts
(Modified from Kim Foglia)
EK 4.A.1.a.4; 4.A.1.b.3
LO 4.1,4.2,4.2;

Dehydration synthesis
Dehydration synthesis/hydrolysis
Kahoot-Carbs

Campbell Carb Activity
Sucrase hydrolysis
Glucose cyclization
Hydrolysis/condensation animation Hydrolysis/dehydration synthesis

HW: See TO DO LIST
1.Watch Lipids slide show video before you come to class tomorrow
2. Isomer ?'s due WED
2. BILL-Carb ?'s  DUE THURS
3. Watch Proteins slide show video by THURS 9/28


 
Watch Lipids slide show video before you come to class today
Making membranes

Mini lipid cutouts
(Modified from Kim Foglia)
EK 4.A.1.a.4; 4.A.1.b.3
LO 4.1,4.2,4.2;

Modeling Biomolecules- LIPIDS

Campbell Lipids

Making/breaking molecules
HHMI-Fats

Phospholipid animation

KEEP ADDING TO YOUR BILL-Table of Contents

HW:TO DO LIST
1.Isomer ?'s due TOMORROW
2. Go to Biology Place Lab Bench website and complete DO Prelab by TOMORROW
3. BILL-Carb ?'s DUE THURS
4. Lipid ?'s due FRI
2. Watch Proteins video before you come to class THURS 9/28.
MODELING isomer ?'s due

Opener

Finger span/foot data
graph your data

Correlation does not imply causation

Kahoot-Carbs
Kahoot-Lipid

HW:  See  TO DO LIST

1. BILL-Carb ?'s DUE THURS
2.BILL-Lipid ?'s  DUE FRI


Go to Biology Place Lab Bench website and complete DO Prelab by TODAY

BILL-Carb ?'s  DUE
Self check BILL

Practice with test kits for field trip

HW:See  TO DO LIST
1. Lipid ?'s due tomorrow
LO 4.1, 4.2, 4.3;
EK 4.A.1.a.2; 4.A.1.b.2


2. HW: Watch Proteins video  before you come to class THURS
3. Watch Nucleic acid slide show video and COMPLETE NUCLEIC ACID ?'s by FRI 9/29
BILL Lipid ?'s due

DO LAB
WATER TESTING

HW:See  TO DO LIST
1.  HW: Watch Proteins video before you come to class THURS
2. Watch Nucleic acids slide show video and COMPLETE NUCLEIC ACID ?'s before you come to class FRI
MONDAY 9/25 TUESDAY  9/26 WEDNESDAY  9/27 THURSDAY  9/28 FRIDAY  9/29
FIELD TRIP to NATURE PARK-5th hour
4th hr- work on body system project- NERVOUS SYSTEM DUE MON OCT 10

Dress for weather
NO SANDALS
Bring LUNCH and SNACKS

DO Lab
Correlation data
Patterns
Scavenger hunt

2 location CER
BILL TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foot/Finger span packet
FIELD TRIP to NATURE PARK- 4th hour
5th Hr- work on body system project-NERVOUS SYSTEM DUE MON OCT 10

Dress for weather
NO SANDALS
Bring LUNCH and SNACKS

DO Lab
Correlation data
Patterns
Scavenger hunt

2 location CER
BILL TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foot/Finger span packet


Modeling Biomolecules-Proteins

Mini protein cutouts
(Modified from Kim Foglia)
EK 4.A.1.a.4; 4.A.1.b.3
LO 4.1,4.2,4.2;
Make a peptide bond
Peptide bond formation

HW: Protein ?'s  due TUES
Nature Park correlation CER due
Watch Proteins video by TODAY

What is a pirate's favorite aa?

Campbell Protein Structure
TOOBER Protein modeling
Handout EK 4.A.1.2; SP 1

HW: Protein ?'s due TUES


Data Analaysis DUE

Functional groups desktop matching         CARDS

Kahoot Chapter review
Kahoot-Proteins

HW:TO DO LIST
1.Nucleic acid ?'s due MON
2. Protein ?'s  due TUES
3.STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST TUESDAY 10/10

Review games
4. Take home essay due TUESDAY 10/10

MONDAY 10/2 TUESDAY  10/3 WEDNESDAY  10/4 THURSDAY  10/5 FRIDAY  10/6
NUCLEIC ACID ?'s DUE

Writing FRQ's
Practice being a AP Reader

HW:TO DO LIST
1. Protein ?'s due tomorrow

2. ATOMS IN MOLECULES DUE WED

3. Take home essay due TUESDAY 10/10

4. STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST TUESDAY 10/10
Review games

Review-Chemistry, Carbon, Water, & Molecules

BILL Protein ?'s  due

Self check Protein/Nucleic acid ?'s   EK 4.A.1.a

Desktop concept maps


answers
KAHOOT-Chapter review

HW:
ATOMS IN MOLECULES DUE tomorrow
ATOMS IN MOLECULES DUE- Self check

Hershey-Chase blender experiment  EK 3.A.1.a.4.iii

FRQ connections.
Link not posted.
Contains secure exam info.

Kahoot #1

Molecule review  
Answers to review

HW:
STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST TUESDAY
Review games
Take home essay due TUESDAY
Review-Chemistry, Carbon, Water, & Molecules

Foot/finger span packet due

Desktop musical chairs
Card Review
Check your answers

Outlaw molecules #1
Outlaw Molecules #2

Molecule review game/answers at end
From Jensi Andrus-Kellogg & Jan Palmer Learning Power AP Bio

HW: STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST TUESDAY
Review games
Review-Chemistry, Carbon, Water, & Molecules

Take home essay due TUESDAY

NO SCHOOL
Teacher In Service


MONDAY 10/9 TUESDAY  10/10 WEDNESDAY  10/11 THURSDAY  10/12 FRIDAY  10/13
NO SCHOOL
NATIVE AMERICAN DAY
Take home essay due

MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST
Chapters 1-3
Scientific method,  carbon, water, molecules

HW:
Nervous system project due FRI 10/20
Start "reading" Chap 4 Tour of the Cell
Review Cell parts you should know from Bio I 
Old Bio ?'s DUE THURS
  Bozeman Biology video
Dissolved oxygen lab
Old lab #12

Dissolved oxygen lab


BILL-Correlation
Group essay

FRQ 2013#7
 SP 3&5


Hands/Feet data

 

BOZEMAN BIOLOGY VIDEOS WATCH AT HOME!
VIDEOS TO WATCH
Claim Evidence Reasoning (CER)
Video Notes

Beginner's guide to graphing data      Video notes
Scientific method- take notes in your BILL
SP3:Formulating ?'s- take notes in your BILL

Termite tracks    Powerpoint  
(play videos without sound)
Termites 1
Termites 2


Glen Wolkenfeld-Science Music Videos
Biochemistry 4-Proteins
Biocheistry 2 Carbohydrates


Bozeman Biology-AP BIO Science Practices
Science Practice 1-Using Models and Representations
Science Practice 2- Using Mathematics Appropriately
Science Practice 3-Formulate questions
Science Practice 4-Data Collecting Strategies
Science Practice 5-Analyze data & Evaluate evidence
Science Practice 6-Scientific Explanations and Theories
Science Practice 7-Connecting Knowledge
Bozeman Biology
AP BIO Labs 1-7

AP BIO LABS 8-13
NEW  AP BIO EXAM
OTHER BOZEMAN VIDEOS
Molecules of Life
Biological Molecules
Big Bang Theory Scientific method
Scientific Method
Yips Teach Scientific Method
Prereq for AP Bio is 1 year of Chem
Refresh your chem brain here:
CHEMISTRY REVIEW


Hershey-Chase blender experiment
EK 3.A.1.a.4.iii

WATER PROPERTIES
Pepper in Water Trick
Bending water with Static Electricity
Transpiration
Cats Drink Differently
WATER: A Polar molecule
Water and Life
CRASH COURSE
Biology #2 Water: Liquid Awesome
You Are What you Eat
Dr. Kristina Gremski's videos
Chemistry Needed For Biology   video notes
Properties of Water-Part 1
Properties of Water-Part 2
Protein Structure & Function-#1
Protein Structure & Function-# 2
David Knuffke's Prezis
AP Bio- Chemistry 1:   
Atoms, Water, & Carbon

AP Bio- Chemistry 2: Macromolecules
AP Bio- Intro
Testing Hypotheses in AP Biology
Quantitative Methods in AP Biology
Working with data
 

UNIT 1    

Handouts

1st day handout
Lab safety guidelines
Student/Parent contract
2017 Fall Callendar
Start up TO DO LIST


AP Biology Course and Exam description

Prelab 11A ?'s

Water ?'s   2.A.3.a.3
Modified from Holtzclaw study guide & worksheet/Pearson
Carbon ?'s 
Modified from Holtzclaw Study guide/POGILs

Directions for lab write ups
Modified from: Jensi Kellogg-Andrus & Cheryl Massingale  

Making a graph
Making a stacked bar graph with Excel

STUDY STRATEGIES
Water 2 column notes

Two column notes example
Modified from: Jensi Kellogg-Andrus
Carbohydrate concept map


Pattern matching Activity by Jennifer Sosnowski
     http://bit.ly/nSqn3S (part one)
     http://bit.ly/rlU0pe (part two)

Properties of water poster  EK 2.A.3.a.3
s'more.com
Directions 

Add your Water Poster URL HERE    VOTE

 

Sketch notes

Lee Ferguson's BILL

BILL
Student Info
Equations/Formulas
Lab safety rules
Grid in Directions
Making Test Corrections
POWER WORDS
Tips for answering FRQ's
How is College different from High school
Claim Evidence Reasoning
DRY MIX

Modeling isomers      BILL ?'s

Functional groups organizer 

Carbohydrate ?'s
4.A.1.a.4; 4.A.1.b.3
Modified from BIO87/POGIL
Lipid ?'s 
4.A.1.a.3
Modified from Holtzclaw Study guide
Protein ?'s  
4.A.1.a.2; 4.A.1.b.2 
Modified from Holtzclaw/Foglia/Miriello study guides
Nucleic acid ?'s 
3.A.1.b; 4.A.1.a.1; 4.A.1.b.1
Modified from Holtzclaw/Foglia/Miriello study guides

Protein folding

Carb compare

Pheromones?

TAXIS vs KINESIS?

Fishy experiment
asymmetric carbon
Atoms in molecules
2.A.3.a


Vocab

Zinc fingers ?

OPENERS/CLOSERS
Asymmetric carbon
Outlaw molecules    outlaw molecules #2
Outlaw bonding

Cat cohesion    video


Thanks to Kim Foglia for the Molecule Cutout activities
Mini size cutouts for BILL
(Modified from Kim Foglia)

 

*Use Objectives in class to take notes during lecture or use with reading to prepare for lecture

Slide shows
DOWNLOAD POWERPOINT
VIEWER HERE
to watch Powerpoint presentations
AP SUCCESS slideshow
 

Chapter 1-
Themes/Living things

Chapter 2-
The Chemistry of Life
Chapter 3-
Water
Notes
Chapter 4-
Carbon


Narrated slide show
Chapter 5-
Macromolecules


Powerpoint videos
Carbs

Lipids

Proteins
Nucleic acids

Slide show Chapter 2 & 3  from: Kim B. Foglia's   http://www.explorebiology.com/

Objectives modified from Campbell and Reese Instructor's Guide
Slide shows for Chapters 1,3, 4, & 5 modified from      
     http://gbs.glenbrook.k12.il.us/Academics/gbssci/bio/apbio/Lecture/lecture.htm
     http://www.explorebiology.com/
     http://home.att.net/~tljackson/neville.html

 

HOW DO I SAY IT?
Pronunciation- Merriam-Webster
Carbonyl
Carboxyl
Sulfhydryl
Hydrolysis

 

WEBSITES FOR THIS CHAPTER Videos/Animations

TUTORIAL/CONCEPTS

Understanding Science
Biochemistry Tutorial at Arizona University
HHMI-structure of Fats
BIOCOACH
Building biomolecules
Properties of biomolecules
Organic Chemistry Tutorial
Simpson's Scientific Method
Journey into DNA-Nova
Isomers
BBC Guru Biology
Biological Molecules

Water Tutorial
Chemistry Tutorial
How trees get high   video
BiologyMad-Molecules
Biocoach- Building Biomolecules
Overview of life

Quantitative vs Qualitative data
What's is a Polymer?
Mirror Image molecules

SCIENCE IN THE NEWS
Determining protein shapes

Cell Origami
Steroids
Ordeal by check


What is life?

Scientific Method Grail style

KHAN ACADEMY
Redox reactions
ATP
Protein structure

Transpiration video
Peptide bond formation

Denaturation
Glucose cyclization
Make a protein animation
Access Excellence Graphics
Biochemicali pathway
Sucrose digestion

John Kyrk
 
Amino acids
 
Properties of water
  
Protein Structure animation
   
pH animation


Feedback inhibition
Four types of chemical reactions
Animated Lipid dehydration synthesis
Effect of heat on proteins
Organic Chemistry Tutorial
Protein folding
Protein folding interactive
Protein structure
Animated Chemical Bonding

Lactose Intolerant?

Water, Pepper, & Detergent video
From: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssrt_AB4cXI

 


Remember: Biology is more than "just the facts". It's all about connections.
That said... you have to know the vocab and concepts to be able to see the "big picture" and make those connections)

Review & Practice
INTERNET REVIEW
Review What you should already know?
(Old BIO I & II slideshows/review games)
Campbell textbook log in 
ALBERT IO
REVIEW-Chemistry, Carbon, Water, & Molecules
KAHOOTS
Chemistry of Life
Lipids
Proteins
Carbs
Online Biological Hierarchy quiz
Biochemistry Flashcards & Quiz-Glenn Wolkenfeld
Bubbabrain
(
Choose Junior/Senior AP Biology then Go
Pick a game and submit)
Hippocampus-BIOLOGY
Tutorials w/quizzes-Choose a topic
BIOCOACH
Building biomolecules
HB Woodlawn-Chapter Quizzes
USGS properties of water quiz
McGraw-Hill Art Quizzes: 
Disaccharides
, Unsaturated Fatty Acids, Peptide Bonds
Biology Corner
Biochemistry
Basic Chemistry
Biocoach-Self quiz
Organize it-choose OPEN/organic molecules
Organize it-choose OPEN/levels of organization
Biology Project 
  Large molecule Problem set 
  Energy, Enzymes, and Catalysis Problem Set
Drag and drop glycerol & fatty acid formation
BIOPLACE-Building Biomolecules Interactive
Functional group quiz
BC quizme Choose a topic
Science Geek-Biochemistry
HPWoodlawn AP BIO quizzes-
Choose the chapter
ALBERT IO
Campbell Practice test 
AP Biology FRQ's
Interactive Crosswords

    Chapter 1
    Chemistry
    Water
    Carbon
    a Macromolecules
    b Macromolecules
    Lipids and Carbs
    Organic chemistry crossword
QUIA games
Rags to riches pH/pOH game
Organic Chemistry quiz

Chap 2-5 Review
Rags to riches Organic Chemistry
What do you know about the 4 organic molecules?
What do you know about water?
Water quizlet
Chemistry quizlet

Biochemistry quiz -Biology Junction

Ms. Brumley- Molecule matching

Functional group video 1
Functional group video 2 

Do you know your molecules?
(just for fun; you don't need to know all of these)

 

WHAT SHOULD YOU KNOW

Scientific Method  Chemistry Water Carbon Functional groups
Proteins Amino acids Nucleic Acids Carbs Lipid

2020 NEW CED

UNIT 1- CHEMISTRY OF LIFE

TOPIC 1.1 Structure of Water and Hydrogen Bonding

ENDURING UNDERSTANDING

SYI-1

 Living systems are organized in a hierarchy of structural levels that interact.

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

SYI-1.A

Explain how the properties of water that result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding affect its biological function.

ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE

SYI-1.A.1 The subcomponents of biological molecules and their sequence determine the properties of that molecule.

SYI-1.A.2 Living systems depend on properties of water that result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding.

SYI-1.A.3 The hydrogen bonds between water molecules result in cohesion, adhesion, and surface tension.

 

TOPIC 1.2 Elements of Life

ENDURING UNDERSTANDING

ENE-1 The highly complex organization of living systems requires constant input of energy and the exchange of macromolecules

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

ENE-1.A
Describe the composition of macromolecules required by living organisms

 

ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE

ENE-1.A.1 Organisms must exchange matter with the environment to grow, reproduce, and maintain organization.

ENE-1.A.2 Atoms and molecules from the environment are necessary to build new molecules—
a. Carbon is used to build biological molecules such as carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids. Carbon is used in storage compounds and cell formation in all organisms.

 b. Nitrogen is used to build proteins and nucleic acids. Phosphorus is used to build nucleic acids and certain lipids

 

TOPIC 1.3 Introduction to Biological Macromolecules

ENDURING UNDERSTANDING
SYI-1 Living systems are organized in a hierarchy of structural levels that interact

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

SYI-1.B
Describe the properties of the monomers and the type of bonds that connect the monomers in biological macromolecules

ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE
SYI-1.B.1 Hydrolysis and dehydration synthesis are used to cleave and form covalent bonds between monomers

EXCLUSION STATEMENT- The molecular structure of specific nucleotides and amino acids is beyond the scope of the AP Exam.

EXCLUSON STATEMENT- The molecular structure of specific carbohydrate polymers is beyond the scope of the AP Exam.

 

TOPIC 1.4 Properties of Biological Macromolecules

ENDURING UNDERSTANDING
SYI-1  Living systems are organized in a hierarchy of structural levels that interact.

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

SYI-1.B Describe the properties of the monomers and the type of bonds that connect the monomers in biological macromolecules.

ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE
SYI-1.B.2 Structure and function of polymers are derived from the way their monomers are assembled—
 a. In nucleic acids, biological information is encoded in sequences of nucleotide monomers. Each nucleotide has structural components: a five-carbon sugar (deoxyribose or ribose), a phosphate, and a nitrogen base (adenine, thymine, guanine, cytosine, or uracil). DNA and RNA differ in structure and function.

b. In proteins, the specific order of amino acids in a polypeptide (primary structure) determines the overall shape of the protein. Amino acids have directionality, with an amino (NH2) terminus and a carboxyl (COOH) terminus. The R group of an amino acid can be categorized by chemical properties (hydrophobic, hydrophilic, or ionic), and the interactions of these R groups determine structure and function of that region of the protein.

c. Complex carbohydrates comprise sugar monomers whose structures determine the properties and functions of the molecules.

d. Lipids are nonpolar macromolecules—
  i. Differences in saturation determine the structure and function of lipids.
  ii. Phospholipids contain polar regions that interact with other polar molecules, such as water, and with nonpolar regions that are often hydrophobic.

EXCLUSION STATEMENT- The molecular structure of specific lipids is beyond the scope of the AP Exam

 

TOPIC 1.5 Structure and Function of Biological Macromolecules

ENDURING UNDERSTANDING
SYI-1 Living systems are organized in a hierarchy of structural levels that interact.

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

SYI-1.C Explain how a change in the subunits of a polymer may lead to changes in structure or function of the macromolecules

 

 

 

ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE
SYI-1.C.1 Directionality of the subcomponents influences structure and function of the polymer—

a. Nucleic acids have a linear sequence of nucleotides that have ends, defined by the 3’ hydroxyl and 5’ phosphates of the sugar in the nucleotide. During DNA and RNA synthesis, nucleotides are added to the 3’ end of the growing strand, resulting in the formation of a covalent bond between nucleotides.

b. DNA is structured as an antiparallel double helix, with each strand running in opposite 5’ to 3’ orientation. Adenine nucleotides pair with thymine nucleotides via two hydrogen bonds. Cytosine nucleotides pair with guanine nucleotides by three hydrogen bonds.

c. Proteins comprise linear chains of amino acids, connected by the formation of covalent bonds at the carboxyl terminus of the growing peptide chain.

d. Proteins have primary structure determined by the sequence order of their constituent amino acids, secondary structure that arises through local folding of the amino acid chain into elements such as alpha-helices and beta-sheets, tertiary structure that is the overall three-dimensional shape of the protein and often minimizes free energy, and quaternary structure that arises from interactions between multiple polypeptide units. The four elements of protein structure determine the function of a protein.

e. Carbohydrates comprise linear chains of sugar monomers connected by covalent bonds. Carbohydrate polymers may be linear or branched.

ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE
 
§ Cellulose versus starch versus glycogen

 

TOPIC 1.6 Nucleic Acids

ENDURING UNDERSTANDING
IST-1 Heritable information provides for continuity of life.

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

IST-1.A
Describe the structural similarities and differences between DNA and RNA

ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE
IST-1.A.1 DNA and RNA molecules have structural similarities and differences related to their function—
a. Both DNA and RNA have three components—sugar, a phosphate group, and a nitrogenous base—that form nucleotide units that are connected by covalent bonds to form a linear molecule with 5’ and 3’ ends, with the nitrogenous bases perpendicular to the sugar-phosphate backbone.

b. The basic structural differences between DNA and RNA include the following:
  
i. DNA contains deoxyribose and RNA contains ribose.
 
ii. RNA contains uracil and DNA contains thymine.
  iii. DNA is usually double stranded; RNA is usually single stranded.
  iv. The two DNA strands in double-stranded DNA are antiparallel in
       directionality

UNIT 6-GENE REGULATION AND EXPRESSION

TOPIC 6.1 DNA and RNA Structure

ENDURING UNDERSTANDING
IST-1 Heritable information provides for continuity of life.

LEARNING OBJECTIVE IST-1.K
Describe the structures involved in passing hereditary information from one generation to the next.

ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE
IST-1.K.1 DNA, and in some cases RNA, is the primary source of heritable information.

IST 1.K.2 Genetic information is transmitted from one generation to the next through DNA or RNA—
a. Genetic information is stored in and passed to subsequent generations through DNA molecules and, in some cases, RNA molecules.
b. Prokaryotic organisms typically have circular chromosomes, while eukaryotic organisms typically have multiple linear chromosomes.

IST-1.K.3 Prokaryotes and eukaryotes can contain plasmids, which are small extra-chromosomal, double-stranded, circular DNA molecules

IST-1.L
Describe the characteristics of DNA that allow it to be used as the hereditary material.

IST-1.L.1 DNA, and sometimes RNA, exhibits specific nucleotide base pairing that is conserved through evolution: adenine pairs with thymine or uracil (A-T or A-U) and cytosine pairs with guanine (C-G)—
a. Purines (G and A) have a double ring structure.
b. Pyrimidines (C, T, and U) have a single ring structure.

 

 

 

 

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Big Idea 1: The process of evolution drives the diversity and unity of life.

Enduring understanding 1.A: Change in the genetic makeup of a population over time is evolution.

    Essential knowledge 1.A.1: Natural selection is a major mechanism of evolution.

        a. According to Darwin's theory of natural selection, competition for limited resources results in differential survival. Individuals with more favorable phenotypes are
              more likely to survive and produce more offspring, thus passing traits to subsequent generations.

        b. Evolutionary fitness is measured by reproductive success.

        c. Genetic variation and mutation play roles in natural selection. A diverse gene pool is important for the survival of a species in a changing environment.

        d. Environments can be more or less stable or fluctuating, and this affects evolutionary rate and direction; different genetic variations can be selected in each
             generation.

        e. An adaptation is a genetic variation that is favored by selection and is manifested as a trait that provides an advantage to an organism in a particular environment.

 
    Essential knowledge 1.A.4: Biological evolution is supported by scientific evidence from many disciplines, including mathematics.

         a. Scientific evidence of biological evolution uses information from geographical, geological, physical, chemical and mathematical 
             applications.

        b. Molecular, morphological and genetic information of existing and extinct organisms add to our understanding of evolution. 
 
           Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:
   
               1. Fossils can be dated by a variety of methods that provide evidence for evolution. These include the age of the rocks where a fossil is 
                   found, the rate of decay of isotopes including 
carbon-14, the relationships within phylogenetic trees, and the mathematical calculations 
                   that take into account information from chemical properties and/or geographical data. 
                 ✘✘ The details of these methods are beyond the scope of this course and the AP Exam.

                 2. Morphological homologies represent features shared by common ancestry. Vestigial structures are remnants of functional structures,     
                      which can be compared to fossils and provide evidence for evolution.

                 3. Biochemical and genetic similarities, in particular DNA nucleotide and protein sequences, provide evidence for evolution and 
                      ancestry.

                  4. Mathematical models and simulations can be used to illustrate and support evolutionary concepts. 
                   To foster student understanding of this concept, instructors can choose an illustrative example such as: 
                 •  Graphical analyses of allele frequencies in a population 
                 •  Analysis of sequence data sets 
                           Analysis of phylogenetic trees 
                •  Construction of phylogenetic trees based on sequence data

Learning Objectives: 
LO 1.9 The student is able to evaluate evidence provided by data from many scientific disciplines that support biological evolution. See SP 5.3]

LO 1.10 The student is able to refine evidence based on data from many scientific disciplines that support biological evolution. [See SP 5.2]

LO 1.11 The student is able to design a plan to answer scientific questions regarding how organisms have changed over time using information from morphology, biochemistry and geology. [See SP 4.2]

LO 1.12 The student is able to connect scientific evidence from many scientific disciplines to support the modern concept of evolution. [See SP 7.1]

LO 1.13 The student is able to construct and/or justify mathematical models, diagrams or simulations that represent processes of biological evolution. [See SP 1.1, 2.1]


Enduring understanding 1.B: Organisms are linked by lines of descent from common ancestry.

      Essential knowledge 1.B.1: Organisms share many conserved core processes and features that evolved and are widely distributed among 
       organisms today.

         a. Structural and functional evidence supports the relatedness of all domains. 
            Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following: 
               1. DNA and RNA are carriers of genetic information through transcription, translation and replication. [See also 3.A.1 ]

               2. Major features of the genetic code are shared by all modern living systems. [See also 3.A.1]

               3. Metabolic pathways are conserved across all currently recognized domains. [See also 3.D.1]

          b. Structural evidence supports the relatedness of all eukaryotes. [See also 2.B.3, 4.A.2] 
        To foster student understanding of this concept, instructors can choose an illustrative example such as: 
  
          •  Cytoskeleton (a network of structural proteins that facilitate cell movement, morphological integrity and organelle transport) 
            •  Membrane-bound organelles (mitochondria and/or chloroplasts) 
           •  Linear chromosomes 
            •  Endomembrane systems, including the nuclear envelope  

Learning Objectives: 
LO 1.14 The student is able to pose scientific questions that correctly identify essential properties of shared, core life processes that provide insights into the history of life on Earth. [See SP 3.1]

LO 1.15 The student is able to describe specific examples of conserved core biological processes and features shared by all domains or within one domain of life, and how these shared, conserved core processes and features support the concept of common ancestry for all organisms. [See SP 7.2]

LO 1.16 The student is able to justify the scientific claim that organisms share many conserved core processes and features that evolved and are widely distributed among organisms today. [See SP 6.1]

 

 

Big Idea 2: Biological systems utilize free energy and molecular building blocks to grow, to reproduce and to maintain dynamic homeostasis.

Essential knowledge 2.A.3: Organisms must exchange matter with the environment to grow, reproduce and maintain organization.

a. Molecules and atoms from the environment are necessary to build new molecules.
      Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:
        1. Carbon moves from the environment to organisms where it is used to build carbohydrates, proteins, lipids or nucleic acids.
            Carbon is used in storage compounds and cell formation in all organisms.
         2. Nitrogen moves from the environment to organisms where it is used in building proteins and nucleic acids.
             Phosphorus moves from the environment to organisms where it is used in nucleic acids and certain lipids.
         3. Living systems depend on properties of water that result from its polarity and hydrogen bonding.

             To foster student understanding of this concept, instructors can choose an illustrative example such as:
            •  Cohesion
                
  Adhesion
                
  High specific heat capacity
                   
  Universal solvent supports reactions
           •  Heat of vaporization
             •  Heat of fusion
              •  Water's thermal conductivity

LO 2.8 The student is able to justify the selection of data regarding the types of molecules that an animal, plant or bacterium will take up as necessary building blocks and excrete as waste products. [See SP 4.1]

LO 2.9 The student is able to represent graphically or model quantitatively the exchange of molecules between an organism and its environment, and the subsequent use of these molecules to build new molecules that facilitate dynamic homeostasis, growth and reproduction. [See SP 1.1, 1.4]


Big Idea 3: Living systems store, retrieve, transmit
and respond to information essential to life processes.

Enduring understanding 3.A: Heritable information provides for continuity of life.

Essential knowledge 3.A.1: DNA, and in some cases RNA, is the primary source of heritable information.

       a. Genetic information is transmitted from one generation to the next through DNA or RNA.
        Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:
               1. Genetic information is stored in and passed to subsequent generations through DNA molecules and, in some cases, RNA molecules
               
2. Non-eukaryotic organisms have circular chromosomes, while eukaryotic organisms have multiple linear chromosomes, although in biology
                    there are exceptions to this rule. (See DNA unit)

               3. Prokaryotes, viruses and eukaryotes can contain plasmids, which are small extra-chromosomal, double-stranded circular DNA  molecules.
                     (See DNA unit)
              
     
b. DNA and RNA molecules have structural similarities and differences that define function. [See also 4.A.1]

       Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:
           
1. Both have three components sugar, phosphate and a nitrogenous base which form nucleotide units that are connected by covalent
                    bonds to form a linear molecule with 3' and 5' ends, with the nitrogenous bases perpendicular to the sugar-phosphate
backbone.
              
2. The basic structural differences include:
                        i. DNA contains deoxyribose (RNA contains ribose).
                      
ii. RNA contains uracil in lieu of thymine in DNA
                      iii. DNA is usually double stranded, RNA is usually single
stranded
                       iv. The two DNA strands in double-stranded DNA are antiparallel in directionality
               
3. Both DNA and RNA exhibit specific nucleotide base pairing that is conserved through evolution: adenine pairs with thymine or uracil
                    (A-T or A-U )and cytosine pairs with guanine (C-G).

                                
i. Purines (G and A) have a double ring structure.
                      
ii. Pyrimidines (C, T and U) have a single ring structure.
               4. The sequence of the RNA bases, together with the structure of the RNA molecule, determines RNA function (more in DNA unit)
                         i. mRNA carries information from the DNA to the ribosome.
                        
ii. tRNA molecules bind specific amino acids and allow information in the mRNA to be translated to a linear peptide sequence
                      
iii. rRNA molecules are functional building blocks of ribosomes.
                       iv. The role of RNAi includes regulation of gene expression at
the level of mRNA transcription

Learning Objectives:

LO 3.1 The student is able to construct scientific explanations that use the structures and mechanisms of DNA and RNA to support the claim that DNA and, in some cases, that RNA are the primary sources of heritable information. [See SP 6.5; Essential Knowledge 3.A.1]

Essential knowledge 3.E.1: Individuals can act on information and communicate it to others.

       a. Organisms exchange information with each other in response to internal changes and external cues, which can change behavior. 
         Students should be able to demonstrate understanding of the above concept by using an illustrative example such as: 
           •  Fight or flight response 
          •  Predator warnings 
            •  Protection of young 
            •  Plant-plant interactions due to herbivory 
            •  Avoidance responses

        b. Communication occurs through various mechanisms. 
           Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following: 
              
1. Living systems have a variety of signal behaviors or cues that produce changes in the behavior of other organisms and can result in 
                      differential reproductive success. 
                      
To foster student understanding of this concept, instructors can choose an illustrative example such as: 
                  •  Herbivory responses 
               •  Territorial marking in mammals 
                  •  Coloration in flowers 
                   2. Animals use visual, audible, tactile, electrical and chemical signals to indicate dominance, find food, establish territory and ensure 
                        reproductive success. 

                    To foster student understanding of this concept, instructors can choose an illustrative example such as: 
                •  Bee dances
                      
  Birds songs 
                •  Territorial marking in mammals 
                •  Pack behavior in animals 
                  •  Herd, flock, and schooling behavior in animals 
               •  Predator warning 
                  •  Colony and swarming behavior in insects 
                •  Coloration

 

 

Big Idea 4: Biological systems interact, and these systems and their interactions possess complex properties.

Enduring understanding 4.A: Interactions within biological systems lead to complex properties.

      Essential knowledge 4.A.1: The subcomponents of biological molecules and their sequence determine the properties of that molecule.
            a. Structure and function of polymers are derived from the way their monomers are assembled.
             Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:
                   1. In nucleic acids, biological information is encoded in sequences of nucleotide monomers. Each nucleotide has structural
                        components:  a five-carbon sugar (deoxyribose or ribose), a phosphate and a nitrogen base (adenine, thymine, guanine, cytosine or
                        uracil). DNA and RNA differ in function and differ slightly in structure, and these structural differences account
for the differing
                       functions.  [See also 1.D.1, 2.A.3, 3.A.1]
                      
   ✘✘ The molecular structure of the specific nucleotides is beyond the scope of the course and of  the AP Exam.
                        
2. In proteins, the specific order of amino acids in a polypeptide (primary structure) interacts with the environment to determine the
                        overall shape of the protein, which also involves secondary tertiary and quaternary structure and, thus, its function. The R group of
                        an amino acid can be categorized by chemical properties (hydrophobic, hydrophilic and ionic), and the interactions of these R groups
                        determine structure and
function of that region of the protein. [See also 1.D.1, 2.A.3,  2.B.1]
                               
✘✘ The molecular structure specific amino acids is beyond the scope of the course and of  the AP Exam.
                          
3. In general, lipids are non-polar; however, phospholipids exhibit structural properties, with polar regions that interact with other polar
                        molecules such as water, and with non-polar regions where differences in saturation determine the structure and function
of lipids. [
                               See also 1.D.1, 2.A.3, 2. B.1]
                                        
✘✘ The molecular structure of specific lipids is beyond the scope of course and the AP Exam.
                    
4. Carbohydrates are composed of sugar monomers whose structures and bonding with each other by dehydration synthesis determine
                          the properties and functions of the molecules. Illustrative examples include: cellulose versus starch.
                              
✘✘ The molecular structure of specific carbohydrate polymers is  beyond the scope of the course and  the AP Exam.

             b. Directionality influences structure and function of the polymer.
               Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of
the following:
                 
1. Nucleic acids have ends, defined by the 3' and 5' carbons of the sugar in the nucleotide, that determine the direction in which
                           complementary nucleotides are added during DNA synthesis and the direction in which transcription occurs (from 5' to 3').
                           [See also 3.A.1] (See DNA unit)

                       2. Proteins have an amino (NH
2) end and a carboxyl (COOH) end, and consist of a linear sequence of amino acids connected by the
                           formation of peptide bonds by dehydration synthesis between the amino and carboxyl groups of adjacent monomers.
                      
3. The nature of the bonding between carbohydrate subunits determines their relative orientation in the carbohydrate, which then
                           determines the secondary structure of the carbohydrate.

Learning Objectives:
LO 4.1 The student is able to explain the connection between the sequence and the subcomponents of a biological polymer and its properties.
[See SP 7.1]

LO 4.2 The student is able to refine representations and models to explain how the subcomponents of a biological polymer and their sequence determine the properties of that polymer. [See SP 1.3]

LO 4.3 The student is able to use models to predict and justify that changes in the subcomponents of a biological polymer affect the functionality of the molecule. [See SP 6.1, 6.4]

 


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SP 3,5 & 6
;   LO 3.40;3.42

BILL- pheromones DUE
Discuss what you found out
EK 2.C.2.a; EK 3.D.2.b

Use your Course description and identify EK's, EU's, LO's and SP's from Termite lab/Pheromones

Get registered for textbook & join our class (Don't use textbook link in menu bar at top of page to create a new account. Only works once you have registered)

HW:

See TO DO LIST
1.


2. Scientific Watch Bozeman video- Scientific method and take notes and anwer the ?'s  in your  BILL by MONDAY  SP1-9

 
3.Complete Student Info Survey ASAP

4. Personalize your BILL COVER DUE TUES 9/5


5. LOGIN to Mastering Biology website and complete the assigned Intro to Mastering Biology activities by TUES 9/5

MONDAY 8/28 TUESDAY  8/29 WEDNESDAY  8/30 THURSDAY  8/31 FRIDAY  9/1



Watch Bozeman video- Scientific method and TAKE NOTES and answer the ?'s  IN YOUR BILL by TODAY

Scientific method
Big Bang Scientific method

BILL DRY MIX
Positive vs Negative controls

IN CLASS:
Catalyst Learning Curriculum
4 Scientific method ?'s
(5th Hr is behind-didn't get these)


How Science Works
Accuracy & precision
Error Analysis

Examples

HW:
1.
See TO DO LIST
2. Catalyst Learning Curriculum Scientific method ?'s DUE TOMORROW (not 5th hr)
3. Watch Bozeman Video-Beginner's guide to graphing data and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by
WED
4. BILL-Taxis/Kinesis  due THURS

Bozeman Video- Lab 11

Pillbug preference LAB

SP 2,3,4, 5 & 6 
Collect data, add to classspreadsheet

Experimental design
SP 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 

Design your own experiment

HW:
1. See TO DO LIST
2. Watch Bozeman Video-Beginner's guide to graphing data and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by TOMORROW
What makes a good graph ? due tomorrow

3. Taxis vs Kinesis due THURS
4. Bring supplies for your experiment FOR
THURS
5. Fishy experiment due FRI
Watch Bozeman Video-Beginner's guide to graphing data and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL and answer What makes a good graph ? due TODAY

Poker chip Peer review
Idea from: Kristen Dotti
Labs/Stats workshop


Complete modifications on your experimental design

SP 3

HW:
1.See TO DO LIST

 Bring supplies for your experiment FOR TOMORROW
2. Fishy experiment due FRI
BILL-Taxis/Kinesis  due
2.C.2.a; LO 2.21;


PILLBUG EXPERIMENT
Collect data
 SP 3,4,5

HW:
1.Calculate total A/B side bugs and get an avg for your data
2. See TO DO LIST

3.Fishy experiment due tomorrow
Fishy experiment due
SP 5 & 6 


HW:
1.FINISH OLD TO DO LIST
2. Start NEW TO DO LIST
MONDAY 9/4 TUESDAY  9/5 WEDNESDAY  9/6 THURSDAY  9/7 FRIDAY  9/8
NO SCHOOL
LABOR DAY
Personalize BILL cover by today

LOGIN to Mastering Biology website and complete the assigned Intro to Mastering Biology activities by today

M & M's Chi Square
Modified from Mr. Knight/Kim Foglia
SP 2 & 5

DUE at end of class


Chi square video SP1

Degrees of freedom video
Watch starting at 8:08

HW:
1.
Finish OLD TO DO LIST
2.Start NEW TO DO LIST
M & M's Chi-square lab due if you didn't turn in yesterday

WATER LAB
EK 2.A.3.a.3; SP1; SP63

Station #1 video
Station #5 video
Station #8 video

Cartoon

Bozeman Biology Water video  EK 2.A.3.a.3

Hydrogen bonding animation

Transpiration

HW:
1. See
TO DO LIST
2. Refresh your "Chemistry brain" by watching Kristina Gremski's Chemistry Background For Biology video TAKE NOTES IN YOUR  BILL and write down concepts you have ?'s about by FRI 9/12

FINISH WATER LAB
EK 2.A.3.a3;  SP1; SP63.

BILL ?'s due MONDAY

Cup of Water kits modeling
SP 1

Evaporative cooling

HW:
SeeTO DO LISTT

Water ?'s due WED
Blood pH buffers
BILL-What will organs do?


DOWNLOAD NOTES to go with videos
Modeling isomers

MODELING isomers

To open these: Open Powerpoint program, choose file Open, choose the notes from your Google Drive folder.

HW:
See TO DO LIST

1. Water Lab
Due MONDAY
2.
Watch
CARBON Slide show video by THURS
2.You can download a copy of notes
Carbon NOTES
and save to your GOOGLE DRIVE
3.
4
. Ch 4 Carbon ?'s  due FRI
MONDAY 9/11 TUESDAY  9/12 WEDNESDAY  9/13 THURSDAY  9/14 FRIDAY  9/15
Water Lab DUE

Properties of water poster

Directions

Add your Water Poster URL HERE

HW:
See
TO DO LIST
1.
2.

3.

5. Student Info survey
Class time to work on properties of water posters

HW:
1. See
TO DO LIST
2.Water ?'s due tomorrow
3.
 

4. Watch Carbohydrates video before you come to class THURSDAY
DOWNLOAD NOTES to go with videos
Macromolecules NOTES
To open these: Open Powerpoint program, choose file Open, choose the notes from your Google Drive folder.
5. Student Info survey
BILL-Properties of water organizer

SEE POSTERS

Making membranes

HW:
See
TO DO LIST
1. DOWNLOAD NOTES to go with videos
Macromolecules NOTES 
To open these: Open Powerpoint program, choose File Open, choose the notes from your Google Drive folder.

Student Info survey
Water ?'s due

HW:
1. Carbon ?'s due tomorrow
2. PILLBUG LAB due TOMORROW

3. Watch Carbohydrates video before you come to class MON
4. Keep working on
TO DO LIST & Watching Powerpoint videos


Student Info survey

Pillbug lab due

Finish properties of water organizer
VOTE


MODELING isomers
Draw Pix in your BILL
SP1

HW:
1. Watch Carbohydrates video before you come to class MON
2. Keep working on
TO DO LIST & Watching Powerpoint videos

Watch
Lipids slide show video before you come to class WED


Watch Proteins slide show video before you come to class MONDAY

Lipid ?'s due THURS

Student Info survey
MONDAY 9/18 TUESDAY  9/19 WEDNESDAY  9/20 THURSDAY  9/21 FRIDAY  9/22
OPENER
Download a copy of Macromolecules Power point notes to your Google Drive.
and watch Carbohydrates video before class today

Modeling Biomolecules-Carbs

Mini carb cutouts
(Modified from Kim Foglia)
EK 4.A.1.a.4; 4.A.1.b.3
LO 4.1,4.2,4.2
;

Kahoot-Carbs

Campbell Carb Activity
Sucrase hydrolysis
Glucose cyclization
Hydrolysis/condensation animation Hydrolysis/dehydration synthesis

HW
: See TO DO LIST
1.Watch Lipids slide show video before you come to class tomorrow

2.
BILL-Carb ?'s  DUE WED
3.
Watch Proteins slide show video by WED


 
Carbohydrate concept map

Kahoot-Carbs


BILL-Table of Contents

HW:
TO DO LIST
1. BILL-Carb ?'s DUE TOMORROW
2. Watch Proteins slide show video before you come to class tomorrow.

Watch Lipids slide show video before you come to class today

BILL-Carb ?'s  DUE
Self check BILL


Mini lipid cutouts
(Modified from Kim Foglia)
EK 4.A.1.a.4; 4.A.1.b.3
LO 4.1,4.2,4.2
;

Modeling Biomolecules- LIPIDS


Campbell Lipids

Making/breaking molecules
HHMI-Fats

Phospholipid animation

Kahoot-Lipids

HW:  See  TO DO LIST
1. Lipid ?'s
  DUE FRI

2. Protein ?'s due MON


Watch Proteins slide show video before you come to class today.

Modeling Biomolecules-Proteins

Mini protein cutouts
(Modified from Kim Foglia)
EK 4.A.1.a.4; 4.A.1.b.3
LO 4.1,4.2,4.2
;
Make a peptide bond
Peptide bond formation


What is a pirate's favorite aa?

Campbell Protein Structure

HW:See  TO DO LIST
1. Lipid ?'s due tomorrow
2. Bill- Protein ?'s due MON
LO 4.1, 4.2, 4.3;
EK 4.A.1.a.2; 4.A.1.b.2

3. Watch
Nucleic acid slide show video and COMPLETE NUCLEIC ACID ?'s by WED

BILL Lipid ?'s due

TOOBER Protein modeling
Handout

HW:See  TO DO LIST
1. Bill- Protein ?'s due MON
2. Watch Nucleic acid
slide show video and COMPLETE NUCLEIC ACID ?'s before you come to class WED
MONDAY 9/25 TUESDAY  9/26 WEDNESDAY  9/27 THURSDAY  9/28 FRIDAY  9/29
Desktop concept maps

Functional groups desktop matching

Kahoot Chapter review

Kahoot-Proteins


Coronation/Burning of the "B"

HW:
1.Protein ?'s #1 & #2 due tomorrow
2.Nucleic acid ?'s due WED
3.STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST MONDAY
Review games
Take home essay due TUESDAY 10/4

REVIEW-Chemistry, Carbon, Water, & Molecules

BILL Protein #1 ?'s and  Protein #2 ?'s due

Writing FRQ's
Earthquakes and pH balance


Short WED schedule
HOMECOMING OLYMPICS


1. Nucleic acid ?'s due tomorrow
2. STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST MONDAY
Review games
ATOMS IN MOLECULES DUE THURS
Take home essay due TUESDAY
REVIEW-Chemistry, Carbon, Water, & Molecules
NUCLEIC ACID ?'s DUE
Self check Protein/Nucleic acid ?'s
Blood pH and Crush injuries
RUBRIC


Kahoot #1


KAHOOT-Chapter review

Molecule review  
Answers to review


HW: ATOMS IN MOLECULES DUE FRI

STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST MONDAY
Review games
Take home essay due TUESDAY
REVIEW-Chemistry, Carbon, Water, & Molecules

Desktop musical chairs

Card Review
Check your answers


Opener

Outlaw molecules #1


Outlaw Molecules #2

Molecule review
From Jensi Andrus-Kellogg & Jan Palmer Learning Power AP Bio

STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST MONDAY
Review games

Take home essay due TUESDAY
REVIEW-Chemistry, Carbon, Water, & Molecules


Short Schedule
Pep Assembly

ATOMS IN MOLECULES DUE- Self check

Clicker game/answers at end



Football game

Bobcat Dance 9:00-11:30


STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST MONDAY
Review games
Take home essay due TUESDAY

REVIEW-Chemistry, Carbon, Water, & Molecules
MONDAY 10/2 TUESDAY  10/3 WEDNESDAY  10/4 THURSDAY  10/5 FRIDAY  10/6
MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST
Chapters 1-3
Scientific method,  carbon,
water, molecules

HW:
Take home essay due tomorrow
Start "reading" Chap 4 Tour of the Cell
Review Cell parts you should know from Bio I 
Old Bio ?'s DUE THURS
TAKE HOME ESSAY DUE

Start "reading" Chap 4 Tour of the Cell
Review Cell parts you should know from Bio I 
    NO SCHOOL
Teacher In Service


 

 

 

2016

FOR EVERY CHAPTER YOU SHOULD:
1. DOWNLOAD POWERPOINTS FOR UNIT to your Google Drive
2. Read Chapter(s) in textbook & do something to help organize/link info in your brain
EXAMPLES: 
Two column notes/concept mapping

Cornell notes video
Inspiration/Kidspiration program in computer lab

3. Write down ?'s to ask about concepts that are unclear


4.Know the VOCAB

5. Review concepts
I should already know
from BIO/Honors BIO
6. Identify, label, sticky note EK, LO, SP in your Course Description book
7. Use
Campbell site 

and
Review games link to
review VOCAB, pretest, do activities, & chapter test
 

Resources to help you
AP BIO info
Mr. Anderson's videos
Chem review videos
Mr. Knuffke's Prezi's
Other AP Websites
AP Central Exam ?'s
Review games

Watch video
   
MONDAY 8/22 TUESDAY  8/23 WED 8/24 THURSDAY  8/25 FRIDAY  8/26
 
WELCOME TO AP BIO!

ITunes-
Biology Buddy

AP Bio Power Words
from
Dr. T

Back to school
(Grades 9-10)
8:30-10:00 am

(Grades 11-12)
9:45 am -11:15 pm

Back to School Event
M-Z-12:15-2:30 pm
A-L -6:00-8:15 pm


Back to School AP BIO POWERPOINT

~ Expectations
~ Hand out Books
~ Student Info survey

~ Return forms

~ Lee Ferguson's
BILL

~ Start up TO DO LIST

1st day handout

Lab safety guidelines
Student/Parent contract

How College is Different from High School

4 Big Ideas
Enduring Understandings

 
HW:
See TO DO LIST
1.
What's up with pheromones due FRIDAY
EK 3.D.1.c;
2.
Personalize the cover on your BILL due MONDAY
3. Watch Bozeman video-Formulate ?'s and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by MONDAY
SP3
4. Watch Bozeman video- Scientific method and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by MONDAY 
 
SP 1-9
5. BILL-Taxis/Kinesis  due THURS 9/1
2.C.2; LO 2.21;

TERMITE TRACKS
Original lab by Lana Hays
EK2.C.2; EK 3.D.1.c; LO 2.21; SP 3-6;

Add hypotheses to your BILL, collect data, draw conclusions.

Termites 1
Termites 2

HW:
See TO DO LIST
What's up with pheromones due TOMORROW


Scientific method tips
From Jennie Edgar

BILL- pheromones DUE
Discuss what you found out
EK 3.D.1.c

Write a  “What does the data suggest" summary 3 conclusions with supporting evidence in your BILL due MONDAY
PROVIDE EVIDENCE FOR YOUR CONCLUSIONS!
SP 3,5 & 6;   LO 3.40;3.42


Use your
Course description and identify LO's and SP's from Termite lab

WE WILL Get registered for textbook & join our class next week

HW:
See TO DO LIST
1.
Personalize your BILL COVER DUE MONDAY
2.Watch Bozeman video- Scientific method and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by MONDAY  SP1-9
3. Watch Bozeman video-
Formulate ?'s and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by TUESDAYSP3
4.  BILL-Taxis/Kinesis  due THURS 2.C.2; LO 2.21;

5.Watch Bozeman Video-Beginner's guide to graphing data and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL answer ?: "What makes a bood graph?" by WED
6. Get registered for textbook and join our class if you didn't in class

MONDAY 8/29 TUESDAY  8/30 WEDNESDAY  8/31 THURSDAY  9/1 FRIDAY  9/2
Personalize BILL cover by today

Watch Bozeman video- Scientific method and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by today

Scientific method
Big Bang Scientific method

BILL DRY MIX
Scientific Method video
How Science Works
Accuracy & precision
Error Analysis

Examples
Simpson's Scientific method
Simpson's slide show

WE WILL Get registered for textbook & join our class next week

HW:
1.
See TO DO LIST
2.Watch Bozeman video- SP3:Formulating ?'s  and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by tomorrow
3. Watch Bozeman Video-Beginner's guide to graphing data and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by
WED
4. BILL-Taxis/Kinesis  due THURS



Watch Bozeman video- SP3:Formulating ?'s  and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by today


Bozeman Video- Lab 11

Pillbug preference LAB

SP 2,3,4, 5 & 6 
Collect data, add to class spreadsheet

Experimental design
SP 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 

Design your own experiment

HW:
1. See TO DO LIST
2. Watch Bozeman Video-Beginner's guide to graphing data and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by tomorrow
3. Bring supplies for your experiment FOR
THURS
4. Fishy experiment due FRI
Watch Bozeman Video-Beginner's guide to graphing data and TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILL by TODAY
What makes a good graph due

Poker chip Peer review
Idea from: Kristen Dotti
Labs/Stats workshop


Complete modifications on your experimental design

SP 3

HW:
1.See
TO DO LIST
 Bring supplies for your experiment FOR TOMORROW
2. Fishy experiment due FRI
BILL-Taxis/Kinesis  due
2.C.2; LO 2.21;


PILLBUG EXPERIMENT
Collect data

SP 3,4,5

HW:
1.Calculate total A/B side bugs and get an avg for your data
2. See
TO DO LIST
3.Fish experiment due tomorrow
Fish experiment due
SP 5 & 6 

FOLLOW DIRECTIONS BELOW AND GET YOUR ONLINE TEXTBOOK/MASTERING BIOLOGY LINK WORKING!!!!!!
(Don't use textbook link in menu bar at top of page to create a new account. Only works once you have registered)




HW:
1.FINISH OLD TO DO LIST
2. Start NEW TO DO LIST
MONDAY 9/5 TUESDAY  9/6 WEDNESDAY  9/7 THURSDAY  9/8 FRIDAY  9/9
NO SCHOOL
LABOR DAY
Chi square video SP1

Degrees of freedom video
Watch starting at 8:08

M & M's Chi Square
Modified from Mr. Knight/Kim Foglia
SP 2 & 5
DUE at end of class


HW:
1.
Finish OLD TO DO LIST
2.Start NEW TO DO LIST
M & M's Chi-square lab due if you didn't turn in yesterday

WATER LAB

Cartoon

Bozeman Biology Water video  EK 2.A.3.a.3

Hydrogen bonding animation

Transpiration

HW:
1. See
TO DO LIST
2. Refresh your "Chemistry brain" by watching Kristina Gremski's Chemistry Background For Biology video TAKE NOTES IN YOUR  BILL and write down concepts you have ?'s about by FRI 9/12
3. Water ?'s due MON

FINISH
Water Lab EK 2.A.3.a.3
due MONDAY

Cup of Water kits modeling
SP 1

Evaporative cooling

HW:
See TO DO LIST

Water ?'s due WED
Blood pH buffers
BILL-What will organs do?


DOWNLOAD NOTES to go with videos
Carbon NOTES
Macromolecules NOTES
to open these: Open Powerpoint program, choose file Open, choose the notes from your Google Drive folder.

HW:
See
TO DO LIST
1. Water Lab
Due MONDAY
2.
Watch
CARBON Slide show video by THURS
2.You can download a copy of notes
Carbon NOTES
and save to your GOOGLE DRIVE
3.
4
. Ch 4 Carbon ?'s  due FRI
MONDAY 9/12 TUESDAY  9/13 WEDNESDAY  9/14 THURSDAY  9/15 FRIDAY  9/16
Water Lab DUE

Properties of water poster

Directions

Add your Water Poster URL HERE

HW:
See
TO DO LIST
1. DOWNLOAD NOTES to go with this video
Carbon NOTES
To open these: Open Powerpoint program, choose file Open, choose the notes from your Google Drive folder.
2. Watch CARBON Slide show video by THURSDAY

3. Water ?'s due WED
4. Ch 4 Carbon ?'s
 due
FRI
5. Student Info survey
FIREDRILL!

Class time to work on properties of water posters


HW:
1. See TO DO LIST

2.Water ?'s due tomorrow
3.
 Carbon ?'s due FRI

4. Watch Carbohydrates video before you come to class THURSDAY
DOWNLOAD NOTES to go with videos
Macromolecules NOTES
To open these: Open Powerpoint program, choose file Open, choose the notes from your Google Drive folder.
5. Student Info survey
BILL-Properties of water organizer

SEE POSTERS

making membranes


HW:
See TO DO LIST

1. DOWNLOAD NOTES to go with videos
Macromolecules NOTES 
To open these: Open Powerpoint program, choose File Open, choose the notes from your Google Drive folder.

2, Ch 4 Carbon ?'s  due FRI
3.


Student Info survey
Water ?'s due

Watch
CARBON Slide show video by TODAY
HW:
1. Carbon ?'s due tomorrow
2. PILLBUG LAB due TOMORROW

3. Watch Carbohydrates video before you come to class MON
4. Keep working on
TO DO LIST & Watching Powerpoint videos



Student Info survey

PILLBUG LAB DUE

Finish properties of water organizer
VOTE


Carbon ?'
due

MODELING isomers
Draw Pix in your BILL
SP1

HW:
1. Watch Carbohydrates video before you come to class MON
2. Keep working on
TO DO LIST & Watching Powerpoint videos

Watch
Lipids slide show video before you come to class WED


Watch Proteins slide show video before you come to class MONDAY

Lipid ?'s due THURS

Student Info survey
MONDAY 9/19 TUESDAY  9/20 WEDNESDAY  9/21 THURSDAY  9/22 FRIDAY  9/23
OPENER
Download a copy of Macromolecules Power point notes to your Google Drive.
and watch Carbohydrates video before class today

Modeling Biomolecules-Carbs

Mini carb cutouts
(Modified from Kim Foglia)
EK 4.A.1.a.4; 4.A.1.b.3
LO 4.1,4.2,4.2
;

Kahoot-Carbs

Campbell Carb Activity
Sucrase hydrolysis
Glucose cyclization
Hydrolysis/condensation animation Hydrolysis/dehydration synthesis

HW
: See TO DO LIST
1.Watch Lipids slide show video before you come to class tomorrow

2.
BILL-Carb ?'s  DUE WED
3.
Watch Proteins slide show video by WED


 
Carbohydrate concept map

Kahoot-Carbs


BILL-Table of Contents

HW:
TO DO LIST
1. BILL-Carb ?'s DUE TOMORROW
2. Watch Proteins slide show video before you come to class tomorrow.

Watch Lipids slide show video before you come to class today

BILL-Carb ?'s  DUE
Self check BILL


Mini lipid cutouts
(Modified from Kim Foglia)
EK 4.A.1.a.4; 4.A.1.b.3
LO 4.1,4.2,4.2
;

Modeling Biomolecules- LIPIDS


Campbell Lipids

Making/breaking molecules
HHMI-Fats

Phospholipid animation

Kahoot-Lipids

HW:  See  TO DO LIST
1. Lipid ?'s
  DUE FRI

2. Protein ?'s due MON


Watch Proteins slide show video before you come to class today.

Modeling Biomolecules-Proteins

Mini protein cutouts
(Modified from Kim Foglia)
EK 4.A.1.a.4; 4.A.1.b.3
LO 4.1,4.2,4.2
;
Make a peptide bond
Peptide bond formation


What is a pirate's favorite aa?

Campbell Protein Structure

HW:See  TO DO LIST
1. Lipid ?'s due tomorrow
2. Bill- Protein ?'s due MON
LO 4.1, 4.2, 4.3;
EK 4.A.1.a.2; 4.A.1.b.2

3. Watch
Nucleic acid slide show video and COMPLETE NUCLEIC ACID ?'s by WED

BILL Lipid ?'s due

TOOBER Protein modeling
Handout

HW:See  TO DO LIST
1. Bill- Protein ?'s due MON
2. Watch Nucleic acid
slide show video and COMPLETE NUCLEIC ACID ?'s before you come to class WED
MONDAY 9/26 TUESDAY  9/27 WEDNESDAY  9/28 THURSDAY  9/29 FRIDAY  9/30
Desktop concept maps

Functional groups desktop matching

Kahoot Chapter review

Kahoot-Proteins


Coronation/Burning of the "B"

HW:
1.Protein ?'s #1 & #2 due tomorrow
2.Nucleic acid ?'s due WED
3.STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST MONDAY
Review games
Take home essay due TUESDAY 10/4

REVIEW-Chemistry, Carbon, Water, & Molecules

BILL Protein #1 ?'s and  Protein #2 ?'s due

Writing FRQ's
Earthquakes and pH balance


Short WED schedule
HOMECOMING OLYMPICS


1. Nucleic acid ?'s due tomorrow
2. STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST MONDAY
Review games
ATOMS IN MOLECULES DUE THURS
Take home essay due TUESDAY
REVIEW-Chemistry, Carbon, Water, & Molecules
NUCLEIC ACID ?'s DUE
Self check Protein/Nucleic acid ?'s
Blood pH and Crush injuries
RUBRIC

Positive vs Negative controls


Kahoot #1


KAHOOT-Chapter review

Molecule review  
Answers to review


HW: ATOMS IN MOLECULES DUE FRI

STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST MONDAY
Review games
Take home essay due TUESDAY
REVIEW-Chemistry, Carbon, Water, & Molecules

Desktop musical chairs

Card Review
Check your answers


Opener

Outlaw molecules #1


Outlaw Molecules #2

Molecule review
From Jensi Andrus-Kellogg & Jan Palmer Learning Power AP Bio

STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST MONDAY
Review games

Take home essay due TUESDAY
REVIEW-Chemistry, Carbon, Water, & Molecules


Short Schedule
Pep Assembly

ATOMS IN MOLECULES DUE- Self check

Clicker game/answers at end



Football game

Bobcat Dance 9:00-11:30


STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST MONDAY
Review games
Take home essay due TUESDAY

REVIEW-Chemistry, Carbon, Water, & Molecules
MONDAY 10/3 TUESDAY  10/4 WEDNESDAY  10/5 THURSDAY  10/6 FRIDAY  10/7
MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST
Chapters 1-3
Scientific method,  carbon,
water, molecules

HW:
Take home essay due tomorrow
Start "reading" Chap 4 Tour of the Cell
Review Cell parts you should know from Bio I 
Old Bio ?'s DUE THURS
TAKE HOME ESSAY DUE

Start "reading" Chap 4 Tour of the Cell
Review Cell parts you should know from Bio I 
    NO SCHOOL
Teacher In Service


 

 

 

 

MONDAY 8/19 TUESDAY  8/20 WEDNESDAY  8/21 THURSDAY  8/22 FRIDAY  8/23
FOR EVERY CHAPTER YOU SHOULD:
1. Read & Do something to help organize/link info in your brain
EXAMPLES: 
Two column notes
Concept mapping Inspiration/Kidspiration program in computer lab
2. Write down ?'s to ask about concepts that are unclear
3.Know the
vocab
4. Review concepts
I should already know
from BIO I
5.
Be able to answer ?'s about Learning Objectives
6. Use
Campbell site 

and
Review games link to
review VOCAB, pretest, do activities, & chapter test
 

WELCOME TO AP BIO!

ITunes-
Biology Buddy

AP Bio Power Words
from
Dr. T

Back to school
(Grades 9-10)
8:30-10:00 am

(Grades 11-12)
9:45 am -11:15 pm

Back to School Event
A-M-12:15-2:30 pm
N-Z-6:00-8:15 pm


Back to School AP BIO POWERPOINT

1st day handout
Student info sheet
Lab safety guidelines
Student/Parent contract

How College is Different from High School

Lee Ferguson's BILLS


~ Expectations
~ Hand out Books
~ Fill out info sheet

~ Return forms
~ Sign up for textbook

4 Big Ideas
Enduring Understandings

 
HW:
1.
Skim- Chap 1 Intro
Read section on Scientific Method (Section  1.5 hardcover;1.3 online) for tomorrow

2. Get registered for online textbook & join our class
3.Review Chap 2- Chem
4. Watch Kristina Gremski's
video below (Chemistry needed for Biology) & TAKE NOTES in your BILL
5.Read Chap 3 Water

6. Check out other resources
AP Central Exam ?'s
Review games

TERMITE TRACKS
Original lab by Lana Hays

Add questions to your BILL,
Experiment, log results, then write
"What's going on" summary paragraph in your BILL PROVIDE EVIDENCE FOR YOUR CONCLUSIONS!

Termites 1
Termites 2

HW: What's up with pheromones due TUES

Scientific method tips
From Jennie Edgar

 

LO's from Termite lab

Resources to help you
AP BIO info
Mr. Anderson's videos
Chem review videos
Mr. Knuffke's Prezi's
Other AP Websites

Watch video

HW:
Get registered for textbook and join our class if you haven't yet

Personalize your BILL

MONDAY 8/26 TUESDAY  8/27 WEDNESDAY  8/28 THURSDAY  8/29 FRIDAY  8/30

NO SCHOOL

 

Scientific method
Big Bang Scientific method

Scientific Method video
How Science Works
Accuracy & precision
Error Analysis

Examples
Simpson's Scientific method
Simpson's slide show
Scientific method Holy Grail video

HW:
Fish experiment due WED
SP 5 & 6 
Discuss Pheromones
WATER

Bozeman Biology Water video

Hydrogen bonding animation

Transpiration

Class time to work on Water Campaign Posters
SP 6.1

HW:
1. See
TO DO LIST
2. Water ?'s due FRI
3. Watch CARBON Slide show video by FRI
4. Water Campaign Posters due TUES
5. Ch 4 Carbon ?'s  due WED
Fish experiment due

Water Lab

Cup of Water kits modeling   SP 1

HW:
1. See
TO DO LIST
2. Water ?'s due FRI
3. Water lab ?'s due end of class tomorrow

Class time to discuss
Chem ?'s from video

HW:
1. See
TO DO LIST
2. Water ?'s due FRI
3. Watch CARBON Slide show video by FRI
4. Water Campaign Posters due TUES
5. Ch 4 Carbon ?'s  due WED
Finish Water Lab
Cup of Water kits modeling  SP 1

Water Lab

?'s due at end of class

HW:
1. See
TO DO LIST
2. Water ?'s due tomorrow
3. Watch CARBON Slide show video by tomorrow
4. Water Campaign Poster due TUES
5. Ch 4 Carbon ?'s  due WED

Water ?'s DUE

Watch the CARBON Slide show video and take notes by today.


Functional gro
ups desktop matching

MODELING isomers
Draw pix in your BILL
SP 1


Work on water posters with your group


HW:
1. See
TO DO LIST
2. Water Campaign Posters due TUES
5. Ch 4 Carbon ?'s  due WED

MONDAY 9/2 TUESDAY  9/3 WEDNESDAY  9/4 THURSDAY  9/5 FRIDAY  9/6
NO SCHOOL
LABOR DAY

Water Campaign Posters
due
SP 6.1


HW:
IN YOUR BILL VOTE: Which property of water is best? Provide evidence to support your position
SP 6.1

Watch
Carb Powerpoint video TONIGHT
Carbohydrate ?'s due
THURS
Ch 4 Carbon ?'s due

CHAP 5 BIOMOLECULES

Carbs

Campbell Carb Activity

sucrase hydrolysis

Glucose cyclization

Hydrolysis/condensation animation

Hydrolysis/dehydration synthesis 

Mini Carb cutouts (Modified from Kim Foglia)

Modeling Biomolecules

HW:
Watch Lipids
  slide show video
Lipid ?'s due TUES
Keep working on TO DO LIST and watch
Proteins slide show video
Nucleic acid slide show video
Watch Powerpoint videos

Carbohydrate ?'s due

Watch Lipids slide show video before you come to class

Mini Lipid cutouts
(Modified from Kim Foglia)
Modeling Biomolecules


Campbell Lipids

Making/breaking molecules
HHMI-Fats

Phospholipid animation

HW: TO DO LIST
Lipid ?'s due TOMORROW
Watch Powerpoint videos

 

Lipid ?'s due

Mini protein cutouts
(Modified from Kim Foglia)

Make a peptide bond
Peptide bond formation


Modeling Biomolecules
Proteins

What is a pirate's favorite aa?

HW: TO DO LIST
Protein ?'s due TUES
Watch Protein slide show video before you come to class MON
Watch Powerpoint videos

MONDAY 9/9 TUESDAY  9/10 WEDNESDAY  9/11 THURSDAY  9/12 FRIDAY  9/13

PROTEINS
Proteins slide show
Watch
Protein slide show video before you come to class

Protein modeling
Handout

Campbell Protein Structure

HW: Protein ?'s due tomorrow
Nucleic Acid ?'s due THURS

Keep working on TO DO LIST & watching
Powerpoint videos

Protein ?'s due

Opener    BILL

pH & Homeostasis


3 parent baby

HW:
Watch Nucleic acid slide show video before you come to class tomorrow
Watch Powerpoint videos
Nucleic acid ?'s due THURS
Take home essay due MON
Study for CHAP 1-5 TEST
MON
Opener

Watch
Nucleic acid
slide show video before you come to class today

Bozeman Bio DNA

Molecule review  
Answers to review


Be a FRQ Reader
Grade Group water essay
HW:
Nucleic acid ?'s due Tomorrow
Take home essay due MON
Study for CHAP 1-5 TEST
MON
Desktop concept maps
Opener

Nucleic acid ?'s DUE

REVIEW

HW: Take home essay due Monday 

STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST
MON

Science Practice 7 "Show what you know model" due
Desktop musical chairs
Card Review
Check your answers


Clicker game/answers at end

HW: Take home essay due Monday 
STUDY,STUDY,STUDY for TEST
MON
MONDAY 9/16 TUESDAY  9/17 WEDNESDAY  9/18 THURSDAY  9/19 FRIDAY  9/20
TAKE HOME ESSAY DUE
Multiple choice Test-Chapters 3-5

HW:
Watch Scientific Method video
LabBench tutorial/quiz for Lab 11 before TOMORROW
Start "reading" Chap 6
Review Cell parts you should know from Bio I

Kim Foglia's Cell Autotutorial
 

 

   

 

MONDAY 9/23 TUESDAY  9/24 WEDNESDAY  9/25 THURSDAY  9/26 FRIDAY  9/27
 

 

     

 

2012-2013

MONDAY 8/27 TUESDAY  8/28 WEDNESDAY  8/29 THURSDAY  9/30 FRIDAY  9/31
FOR EVERY CHAPTER YOU SHOULD:
1. Read & Do something to help organize/link info in your brain
EXAMPLES: 
Two column notes
Concept mapping
Try Inspiration/Kidspiration program in computer lab
2. Write down ?'s to ask about concepts that are unclear
3.Know the
vocab
4. Review concepts
I should already know
from BIO I
5.
Be able to answer
Learning Objective ?'s
6. Use
Campbell site 

and
Review games link to
 review VOCAB, pretest, do activities, & chapter test
 

WELCOME TO AP BIO!

ITunes-
Biology Buddy

AP Bio Power Words
from
Dr. T
Class Meetings

(Grades 9-10)
8:30-10:00 am

(Grades 11-12)
9:45 am -11:15 pm

Back to School Event
L-Z-12:15-2:30 pm
A-K-6:00-8:15 pm


Back to School AP BIO POWERPOINT

1st day handout
Student info sheet
Lab safety guidelines
Student/Parent contract

How College is Different from High School


~ Expectations
~ Hand out Books
~ Fill out info sheet

~ Return forms
~ Sign up for textbook & WIKI access

4 Big Ideas
Enduring Understandings

 
HW:
1.
Skim- Chap 1 Intro
Read section on Scientific Method (Section  1.5 hardcover;1.3 online) for tomorrow

2. Get registered for online textbook & join our class
3. Check school email for invite to join our Wiki
4.Review Chap 2- Chem
5. Watch Kristina Gremski's
video below (Chemistry needed for Biology) & TAKE NOTES
6.Read Chap 3 Water 7.
Water ?'s due THURS
6. Check out other resources
AP Central Exam ?'s
Review games


TERMITE TRACKS

Discuss the Experiment you designed

Termites 1
Termites 2


Scientific method tips
From Jennie Edgar
MONDAY 9/3 TUESDAY  9/4 WEDNESDAY  9/5 THURSDAY  9/6 FRIDAY  9/7

NO SCHOOL
LABOR DAY

PRETEST

Class time to discuss Poster Project/Chem ?'s from video

HW:
1. See TO DO LIST
2. Water ?'s due FRI
3. Water Campaign posters due
MON
WATER

Hydrogen bonding animation

Transpiration

HW:
1. See
TO DO LIST
2. Water ?'s due FRI
3. Water Campaign posters due MON

Properties of Water Lab

Water Lab


HW:
1. See
TO DO LIST
2. Water ?'s due tomorrow
3. Water lab ?'s due end of class tomorrow
3. Water Campaign posters due
MON

Finish Properties of Water Lab
Water Lab

?'s due at end of class

Class time to work on Campaign posters

HW: Start reading Ch 4 Carbon

Ch 4 Carbon ?'s
due
WED
MONDAY 9/10 TUESDAY  9/11 WEDNESDAY  9/12 THURSDAY  9/13 FRIDAY  9/14
Water Campaign posters due

Present your poster to class/group discussion

Cup of Water kits modeling

HW:  See TO DO LIST
1. Ch 4 Carbon ?'s due WED
Plant Wisconsin Fast plants for Lab 1

Lab notebooks

CHAP 4 CARBON NOTES

Functional gro
ups

HW:  See TO DO LIST
1. Ch 4 Carbon ?'s due WED
Ch 4 Carbon ?'s due
Science in News
Hanta Virus
Hanta/Hoarders

State fair pig virus

Pig flu virus
Isomer modeling
Molecule kits

CHAP 5 BIOMOLECULES

Fast Plant observations

Carbs

Campbell Carb Activity

sucrase hydrolysis

Glucose cyclization

Hydrolysis/condensation animation

Hydrolysis/dehydration synthesis 

HW: Watch
Carb Powerpoint video TONIGHT
Carbohydrate ?'s due
MONDAY

Carb cutouts 1  2
(Modified from Kim Foglia)

Modeling Biolmoleculesl

HW:
Watch Lipids
  slide show video
Lipid ?'s due TUES
Keep working on TO DO LIST and watch
Proteins slide show video
Nucleic acid slide show video
Watch Powerpoint videos

MONDAY 9/17 TUESDAY  9/18 WEDNESDAY  9/19 THURSDAY  9/20 FRIDAY  9/21
Wiki Group Water Essay due by today
Carbohydrate ?'s due
Opener


Watch Lipids slide show video before you come to class

Lipid cutouts 1  2
(Modified from Kim Foglia)
Modeling Biolmolecules


Campbell Lipids

Making/breaking molecules
HHMI-Fats

Phospholipid animation

HW: TO DO LIST
Lipid ?'s due TOMORROW
Watch Powerpoint videos


7:30 Coronation/Burning of the "B"

Lipid ?'s due

Opener

Be a FRQ Reader
Grade Group water essay

HW: TO DO LIST
Protein ?'s due THURS
Watch Protein slide show video before you come to class TOMORROW
Watch Powerpoint videos

PROTEINS
Proteins slide show
Watch
Protein slide show video before you come to class

Polypeptide Cut & Paste
Modeling Biolmolecules

Make a peptide bond
Peptide bond formation

HW: Protein ?'s due tomorrow
Nucleic Acid ?'s due MON

Keep working on TO DO LIST & watching
Powerpoint videos

SHORTER WED
DodgeBall
Protein ?'s due

Opener: Desktop Functional group matching

Protein modeling
Handout

Campbell Protein Structure

HW:
Watch Nucleic acid slide show video before you come to class tomorrow
Watch Powerpoint videos
Nucleic acid ?'s due MON
Take home essay due THURS
Study for CHAP 1-5 TEST THURS
Watch Nucleic acid slide show video before you come to class today

Desktop concept maps

Molecule review  
Answers to review


WED Schedule
Pep Assembly
Olympics

Homecoming
Football vs Yankton




HW:
Nucleic acid ?'s due MON
Science Practice 7 "Show what you know model" due WED
Take home essay due THURS
Study for CHAP 1-5 TEST THURS
MONDAY 9/24 TUESDAY  9/25 WEDNESDAY  9/26 THURSDAY  9/27 FRIDAY  9/28

Nucleic acid ?'s DUE

Measure Fast plants

Scientific method

How Science Works

Scientific method fish experiment

HW: "Show what you know" model due WED
STUDY,STUDY,STUDY
for TEST THURS

Accuracy & precision

Error Analysis

Examples
HW: "Show what you know" model due
tomorrow
STUDY,STUDY,STUDY for TEST THURS

Science Practice 7 "Show what you know model" due
Desktop musical chairs
Card Review
Check your answers


Clicker game/answers at end

STUDY,STUDY,STUDY for TEST THURS
TAKE HOME ESSAY DUE Multiple choice Test-Chapters 3-5

HW:
Watch Scientific Method video
Scientific method (fish)
due TUES
LabBench tutorial/quiz for Lab 11 before Monday
Start "reading" Chap 6
Review Cell parts you should know from Bio I

Kim Foglia's Cell Autotutorial
 

MONDAY 10/3 TUESDAY  10/4 WEDNESDAY  10/5 THURSDAY  10/6 FRIDAY  10/7
 

 

     

 

2011-2012

FOR EACH CHAPTER YOU SHOULD:         
1. Read & Do something to help organize/link info in your brain
EXAMPLES: 
Two column notes
Concept mapping
Try Inspiration/Kidspiration program in computer lab
2. Write down ?'s to ask about concepts that are unclear
3.Know the
vocab
4. Review concepts
I should already know
from BIO I
5.
Be able to answer
Objective ?'s
6. Use
Campbell site 

and
Review games link to
 review VOCAB, pretest, do activities, & chapter test
 

WELCOME TO AP BIO!

ITunes-
Biology Buddy

AP Bio Power Words
from
Dr. T

1st day handout
Student info sheet
Lab safety guidelines
Student/Parent contract

TEACHER
INSERVICE
TEACHER
INSERVICE
MONDAY 8/29 TUESDAY  8/30 WEDNESDAY  8/31 THURSDAY  9/1 FRIDAY  9/2
Class Meetings

(Grades 9-10)
8:15-9:45 am

(Grades 11-12)
10:00 am -11:30 pm

Back to School Event
#1-12:15-2:30 pm
#2-6:00-8:15 pm




Back to School AP BIO POWERPOINT

~ Expectations
~ Hand out Books
~Fill out info sheet

~ Sign up for textbook/WIKI access
HW: 

1. Skim- Chap 1 Intro
Read section on Scientific Method (Section 1.5) for tomorrow
2.Use
Campbell & Reece log in; Choose Chap 1, Choose PRETEST
Answer ?'s and submit by FRIDAY
3. Check out other resources
AP Central Exam ?'s
Review games

4. What's up with PHEROMONES? due THURS

~ Sign up for textbook/WIKI access

Sorry try the new link tonight... it should be working now.

HW:
Review Chap 2- Chem
Watch Kristina Gremski's
video below (Chemistry needed for Biology)
Read Chap 3 Water and answer
Water ?'s due TUES


What's up with PHEROMONES? due

Themes
Scientific method

How Science Works

Simpson's Scientific method

Simpson's slide show

Scientific method Holy Grail video

Accuracy & precision

Error Analysis

Examples
 
HW:
Get registered for online textbook/join our class
Review Chap 2- Chem
Watch Kristina Gremski's
video below (Chemistry needed for Biology)
Read Chap 3 Water and answer
Water ?'s due TUES

Use Campbell & Reece log in; Choose Chap 1, Choose PRETEST
Answer ?'s and submit by TODAY

TERMITE TRACKS

Discuss the Experiment you designed

Discuss Pheromones

HW:
Get registered for online textbook/join our class
Take Chap 1 Pretest by Tues (moved from today)
Review Chap 2- Chem
Watch Kristina Gremski's
video below (Chemistry needed for Biology)
Read Chap 3 Water and answer
Water ?'s due TUES
MONDAY 9/5 TUESDAY  9/6 WEDNESDAY  9/7 THURSDAY  9/8 FRIDAY  9/9


NO SCHOOL
LABOR DAY

Use Campbell & Reece log in; Choose Chap 1, Choose PRETEST
Answer ?'s and submit by TODAY (moved from Friday)


Water ?'s due end of class

Notes on Chapter 3-WATER

Hydrogen bonding animation

Transpiration

HW:Start reading Ch 4 Carbon
Ch 4 Carbon ?'s
due end of class
THURS


CHAP 4 CARBON NOTES

Functional groups

HW: Ch 4 Carbon ?'s due end of class TOMORROW
Read Ch 5- Molecules

SUB HERE-
Work on your "To Do List"

Ch 4 Carbon ?'s due at end of class

WATCH VIDEOS


Scientific method lab

Complete AP Bio Lab #11 Animal Behavior at Lab Bench

TAXIS vs KINESIS?

Use Campbell & Reece log in; complete activities

SUB HERE-
Work on your
To Do List"

MONDAY 9/12 TUESDAY  9/13 WEDNESDAY  9/14 THURSDAY  9/15 FRIDAY  9/16


Isomer modeling
Molecule kits

HW: Keep working on TO DO list


DRESS UP DAYS:
9-11: PJ Day
Seniors: Sports

7:30 Coronation/Burning of the "B"

CHAP 5 BIOMOLECULES

Opener

Carbs

Glucose cyclization

Hydrolysis/condensation animation

HW: Keep working on TO DO LIST Molecule ?'s first then scientific method

WED SCHEDULE
OLYMPICES
COLOR DAY:
11: Black
12: TOGAs

Opener

Carb cutouts
1  2
(Modified from Kim Foglia)
Carb cutout makeup


Lipids slide show

HW: Carbohydrate ?'s due tomorrow
Lipid ?'s due Fri
Keep working on TO DO LIST Molecule ?'s first then scientific method

MULTIPLICITY DAY:
9-11: Dress like someone else
Seniors: Decades

Carbohydrate ?'s due

HHMI-Fats

Lipid cutouts 1  2
(Modified from Kim Foglia)

Proteins slide show

HW:
Lipid ?'s due tomorrow
Keep working on TO DO LIST Molecule ?'s first then scientific method

DRESS UP DAYS:
9-12: Denim
Seniors: Duct Tape
accessories

Stu Co – Nick’s
VB Tailgating 5-6:30pm

Lipid ?'s due

PROTEINS

Peptide bond formation


HW: Protein ?'s due MON
Nucleic Acid ?'s due WED

Keep working on TO DO LIST
Molecule ?'s first then scientific method


WED SCHEDULE

Pep Assembly

Homecoming
Football vs Pierre

MONDAY 9/19 TUESDAY  9/20 WEDNESDAY  9/21 THURSDAY  9/22 FRIDAY  9/23
Opener: Desktop Functional group matching

Protein ?'s due

Protein modeling

HW: Study for TEST FRI

cat opener

Water Lab

HW:
Nucleic acid ?'s due tomorrow
Study for TEST FRI
Nucleic acid ?'s due

Desktop musical chairs
 
Card Review

Check your answers


HW: Water lab ?'s due tomorrow
Study for TEST FRI
Water lab ?'s due

REVIEW FOR TEST

Biomolecule Concept maps
Clicker game/answers at end

Study for TEST Tomorrowc
Multiple choice Test-Chapters 2-5

HW: TAKE HOME ESSAY DUE MON
Watch Scientific Method video
Scientific method (fish)
due TUES
LabBench tutorial/quiz for Lab 11 before Monday
Start "reading" Chap 6
Review Cell parts you should know from Bio I

Kim Foglia's Cell Autotutorial
 

MONDAY 9/26 TUESDAY  9/27 WEDNESDAY  9/28 THURSDAY  9/29 FRIDAY  9/30
TAKE HOME ESSAY DUE

Scientific Method (Fish) due

LAB 11 Pillbug preferences


MONDAY 10/3 TUESDAY  10/4 WEDNESDAY  10/5 THURSDAY  10/6 FRIDAY  10/7
 

 

     

 

2010-2011

MONDAY 8/16 TUESDAY  8/17 WEDNESDAY  8/18 THURSDAY  8/19 FRIDAY  8/20
  FOR EACH CHAPTER YOU SHOULD: 
1. Read & Do something to help organize/link info in your brain
EXAMPLES: 
Two column notes
Concept mapping
Try Inspiration/Kidspiration program in computer lab
2. Write down ?'s to ask about concepts that are unclear
3.Know the vocab
4. Review concepts
I should already know from BIO I
5.
Be able to answer Objective ?'s
6. Use
Campbell site 
and
Review games link to review VOCAB, pretest, do activities, & chapter test
Grade Level Meetings:
Frosh/Soph-8:30-10:00 am

Jr/Sr- 10:30-12:00

BACK TO SCHOOL
S-Z 6:30-9:06 pm

BACK TO SCHOOL

A-J 12:15-2:51 pm

K-R 4:30-7:06 pm
Expectations
Hand out Books

Sign up for textbook access

 

What's up with PHEROMONES? 

MONDAY 8/23 TUESDAY  8/24 WEDNESDAY  8/25 THURSDAY  8/26 FRIDAY  8/27


Themes
Check fruit flies
Register book/blog

HW: 

1. Chap 1 Intro-Skim
Read section on Scientific Method for tomorrow
Chap 2- Chem-Review
Chap 3 Water-Read
and write down ?'s you have for THURS

Themes
Scientific method

Simpson's Scientific method

Simpson's slide show

Scientific method Holy Grail video

Accuracy & precision

Error Analysis

Examples

HW: 
1. Finish Simpson's Scientific method ?'s for tomorrow

2. Chap 2- Chem-Review
Chap 3 Water -Read
and write down ?'s you have for THURS

WATER-Chapter 3

Hydrogen bonding animation

Transpiration

HW:
Finish reading Ch 3

Water Lab

HW: Finish water lab Design an experiment (Station #8)

Discuss the Experiment you designed

Discuss Pheromones

HW: 
Check out AP Bio Lab #11 Animal Behavior at
Lab Bench

Start reading Ch 4 Carbon
Carbon ?'s
due end of class WED

MONDAY 8/30 TUESDAY  8/31 WEDNESDAY  9/1 THURSDAY  9/2 FRIDAY  9/3
CHAP 4 CARBON NOTES

Isomer modeling

HW: Carbon ?'s due end of class WED

 

 

TERMITE TRACKS

HW: Carbon ?'s due end of class tomorrow

Ch 4 Carbon ?'s due at end of class

Functional groups

Desktop Functional group matching

HW: 
1. Read Ch 5-Molecules
2. Carbohydrate ?'s due Friday

Opener

CHAP 5 BIOMOLECULES

Carbs

Glucose cyclization

Hydrolysis/condensation animation

Simple animation of hydrolysis and condensation

Peptide bond formation

HW: 1.Read Ch 5- Molecules
2. Carbohydrate ?'s due tomorrow
 

Carbohydrate ?'s due

Carb cutouts 1  2
(Modified from Kim Foglia)
Carb cutout makeup

HW:
Lipid ?'s due WED

MONDAY 9/6 TUESDAY  9/7 WEDNESDAY  9/8 THURSDAY  9/9 FRIDAY  9/11

NO SCHOOL

 

FOOD LAB

HW:
Lipid ?'s due WED
 
Lipid ?'s due 

Lipids


HW: Protein ?'s

CHAP 5 BIOMOLECULES
Lipid cutouts 1  2
(Modified from Kim Foglia)

HW: Protein ?'s
FRUIT FLY MANIA

HW: Protein ?'s due Monday
MONDAY 9/13 TUESDAY  9/14 WEDNESDAY  9/15 THURSDAY  9/16 FRIDAY  9/17


Peptide bond formation

All about enzymes Animation

Denaturing proteins

PROTEIN FOLDING ANIMATION

HW: Take home essay 
due Fri

PROTEIN ?'s DUE
CHAP 5 BIOMOLECULES
Building proteins

HW: 
Nucleic acid ?'s
STUDY FOR TEST MON
Work on take home essay due FRI

Opener

Nucleic acids

DNA video

HW: Nucleic acid ?'s
STUDY FOR TEST MON
Work on take home essay due FRI

Nucleic acid ?'s DUE

Practice grading essays

HW: 
STUDY FOR TEST MON
Work on take home essay due TOMORROW

Outlaw molecules

Take home essay due

Set up fruit fly crosses

Card
Review   
check your answers

HW: 
STUDY FOR TEST MON


MONDAY 9/20 TUESDAY  9/21 WEDNESDAY  9/22 THURSDAY  9/23 FRIDAY  9/24
Multiple choice Test-Chapters 2-5

HW:
Start "reading" Chap 6
Review Cell parts you should know from Bio I
Kim Foglia's Cell Autotutorial
 



7:30 Coronation/Burning of the "B"

Test results
It wasn't pretty

SHORT WED SCHEDULE
Olympics in PM

Karaoke 7-9pm

    SHORT SCHEDULE
NO PM Classes-
Assembly/
Powderpuff game

Homecoming
Football vs Pierre

Bobcat Dance 9:30-12:30

 

 

2009-2010

MONDAY 8/17 TUESDAY  8/18 WEDNESDAY  8/19 THURSDAY  8/20 FRIDAY  8/21
  FOR EACH CHAPTER YOU SHOULD: 
1. Read & Outline Chapter
2. Write down ?'s to ask about concepts that are unclear
3.Know the vocab
4. Review concepts
I should already know from BIO I
5.
Be able to answer Objective ?'s
6. Use
Campbell site to review VOCAB, pretest, do activities, & chapter test
Grade Level Meetings:
Frosh/Soph-8:30-10:00 am

Jr/Sr- 10:30-12:00

BACK TO SCHOOL
A-F 6:30-9:06 pm

BACK TO SCHOOL

G-O 12:15-2:51 pm

P-Z 4:30-7:06 pm
Expectations
Hand out Books

Sign up for textbook access

HW:
1. Chap 1 Intro-Skim 
Chap 2- Chem-Review
Chap 3 Water -Read
and write down ?'s

MONDAY 8/24 TUESDAY  8/25 WEDNESDAY  8/26 THURSDAY  8/27 FRIDAY  8/28

Themes/Scientific method

Simpson's Scientific method

Simpson's slide show

HW: 
1. Finish Simpson's Scientific method if not done in class
2. Read through AP Lab #11A
3. Keep reading 
Chap -Water/write down any ?'s you have as you read
4. How are TAXIS & KINESIS different?

Taxis vs kinesis due

Opener


AP BIO LAB #11A
Pill bug Behavior
Pre lab

HW: 
1. Get your textbook login working/join our class
2. Lab 11 Prelab
3. Plan and write up your "design your own" experiment 
Opener

Water Notes

2009 APBIO FRQ

Reading/Notes strategy
See example

HW:1. Get your textbook login working/join our class
2. Lab 11 Prelab
3. Plan and write up your "design your own" experiment 
4. Read/organize info Chap 3



PILLBUGS & TERMITES ARE HERE!

Bring your lab book to class!

Lab II Part I
Pillbug observations
Wet dry comparison


HW: Lab 11 Prelab fruit fly mating behavior

 

Lab 11 part II
Observe fruit flies

"Your choice" experiment

HW: 
1. Check out the
Lab examples
2. Finish Chap 3 notes
3. Start Reading/notes Chap 4-Carbon 
4. Check out reviews below

MONDAY 8/31 TUESDAY  9/1 WEDNESDAY  9/2 THURSDAY  9/3 FRIDAY  9/4
Group data

Excel graphing

Lab Write

Directions for lab writeups

Lab examples

HW: 
1) Work on Lab 11 graph in your lab book 2) Answer ?'s 1-5
3) Lab report &
completed lab book (graph/?'s 1-5) due TUES
4) Read Chap 4 & 5 for understanding (Notes, ID ?'s you have, vocab, graphic organizer, etc)

Lab write up/ Graphing

Make a stacked bar graph/Excel2007

Class Data-
Pillbugs Control (Dry/Dry & Wet/Dry)

Pillbugs Acid/Light/Cool Data

LAB 11 MAKEUP @ LUNCH

HW: 
See Mon 8/31

Termite lab

HW: 
See Mon 8/31

WATER ACTIVITIES

You tube video

HW: 
See Mon 8/31
CHAP 4 CARBON NOTES

Functional groups

HW: 
See Mon 8/31
Read Chap 5 for understanding
Study for Chap 1-5 test FRIDAY 9/11



 

MONDAY 9/7 TUESDAY  9/8 WEDNESDAY  9/9 THURSDAY  9/10 FRIDAY  9/11

NO SCHOOL

 

LAB 11 Lab notebook and report due

What's up with Pheromones? due

CHAP 5 BIOMOLECULES

Glucose cyclization

Hydrolysis/condensation animation

Simple animation of hydrolysis and condensation

HW: STUDY FOR TEST MONDAY

CHAP 5 BIOMOLECULES

Peptide bond formation

Enzyme Animation

Denaturing proteins

Enzymes

HW: STUDY FOR TEST MONDAY

Use Inspiration/Kidspiration program in computer lab or draw by hand to make a concept map for lipids, proteins, & nucleic acids See example

CHAP 5 BIOMOLECULES
PROTEIN FOLDING ANIMATION
HW: STUDY FOR TEST MONDAY
CHAP 5 BIOMOLECULES

HW: STUDY FOR TEST MONDAY
MONDAY 9/14 TUESDAY  9/15 WEDNESDAY  9/16 THURSDAY  9/17 FRIDAY  9/18


Multiple choice Test-Chapters 2-5

(There will be a sub 7th hour. See me with ?'s before I leave)

HW:
Take home essay
Start "reading" Chap 6
Review Cell parts you should know from Bio I

Kim Foglia's Cell Autotutorial


Coronation/Burning of the "B"

TEST RESULTS
"It wasn't pretty"

Make corrections

HW: Test corrections
in my room by FRI PM


SHORT WED SCHEDULE
Olympics in PM

Essay ? Write In class

HW: Test corrections
in my room by FRI PM

ESSAY GRADING W/ RUBRIC

HW: Test corrections
in my room by FRI PM

Test corrections due by end of day

Cell parts pretest

SHORT SCHEDULE
NO PM Classes-
Assembly/
Powderpuff game

Homecoming
Football vs Pierre

SAT: Bobcat Semi-Formal Dance 9:30-12:00

MONDAY 9/21 TUESDAY  9/22 WEDNESDAY  9/23 THURSDAY  9/24 FRIDAY  9/25
         

 

 

2007-2008

MONDAY 8/20 TUESDAY  8/21 WEDNESDAY  8/22 THURSDAY  8/23 FRIDAY  8/24
Grade Level Meetings:
Frosh/Soph-8:30-10:00 am Jr/Sr- 10:30-12:00

BACK TO SCHOOL
J-M 6:30-9:06 pm
BACK TO SCHOOL
A-I 12:15-2:51 pm
N-Z 4:30-7:06 pm
MONDAY 8/27 TUESDAY  8/28 WEDNESDAY  8/29 THURSDAY  8/30 FRIDAY  8/31
Expectations
Hand out Books
AP SUCCESS slideshow

FOR EACH CHAPTER YOU SHOULD: 
1. Read & Outline Chapter
2. Write down ?'s to ask about concepts that are unclear
3.Know the vocab
4. Review concepts
I should already know from BIO I
5.Answer
Objective ?'s
6. Use
Campbell site to review VOCAB, pretest, do activities, & chapter test

HW:
1. Read and work on VOCAB for Chapters  1 & 2

Check Activity

HW:
1. Finish Student info sheet
2. "3 checks"
3. Read and work on VOCAB for Chapters  1 & 2
Themes/Scientific method
HW: 
1. Simpson's Scientific method
2.Chapter 2 ?'s/vocab due FRI 8/31
3.Read Chap 3/VOCAB due
TUESDAY

Simpson's slide show

 Chemistry Chap 2
 
HW: 
1.Chap 2 ?'s/VOCAB due tomorrow
2. Chap 3 ?'s/VOCAB due TUES
Chap 1-2 ?'s due

Chemistry Chap 2

HW: Chapter 3 ?'s /VOCAB due TUES 

MONDAY 9/3 TUESDAY  9/4 WEDNESDAY  9/5 THURSDAY  9/6 FRIDAY  9/7
NO SCHOOL Finish Chem
Bonding animations

Water Chap 3

How Trees Get High

HW: Chap 3 notes/vocab

Explain how water moves from roots to leaves (adhesion,cohesion, xylem, transpiration)

How water gets High due

Water Lab

Water, Pepper, & Detergent video

YouTube-watch at home

 

HW: Chap 3 notes/vocab

Chap 3 ?'s/VOCAB due

Water Lab DUE

Finish water notes

Self grade How water gets high

Start Chap 4 Carbon

Note quiz Chap 1-3

Carbon Chap 4
 
MONDAY 9/10 TUESDAY  9/11 WEDNESDAY  9/12 THURSDAY  9/13 FRIDAY  9/14
Grade note quiz

HW: 
1. Go to
WEB CT link
2.Use school email login 
3. Choose Things to Do and complete on line Carbon quiz before midnight WED

Finish Carbon Slide show

HW: 
1. Go to
WEB CT link
2.Use school email login 
3. Choose Things to Do and complete on line Carbon quiz before midnight WED

Chap 4 ?'s/VOCAB due

Carbohydrates Chap 5

HW: Carbohydrate ?'s due tomorrow

Carb ?'s due

Lipid slide show

HW: Complete Lipids & Carbs crossword, print out a copy with answers when finished and turn in

Proteins slide show

HW: Campbell study guide ?'s (We will finish nucleic acids on Mon)
DUE TUES

MONDAY 9/17 TUESDAY  9/18 WEDNESDAY  9/19 THURSDAY  9/20 FRIDAY  9/21
Nucleic acids

Build molecules

HW: Study for TEST Chapter 1-5 THURSDAY

Campbell Study Guide due

Go over ?'s

Building Molecules
HW: Study for TEST Chapter 1-5 THURSDAY

Building molecules

Computer lab review

HW: Study for TEST Chapter 1-5 THURSDAY

Test-Chapters 1-5
Take home essay ?'s due MONDAY

TEST RESULTS
 
MONDAY 9/24 TUESDAY  9/25 WEDNESDAY  9/26 THURSDAY  9/27 FRIDAY  9/28
Take home essay 's due        
Biology 87
Levels of Organization
Chemical Bonds
Water
Acids, Bases, Buffers
Carbon Chemistry
Carbos quiz
Protein practice quiz
Lipids practice quiz
Enzyme practice quiz
Molecule ID #1
Molecule ID #2

 

 

2017-18 AB BIO STUDENTS THINGS TO DO:
1. Look in shared Google drive folder for slideshow directions
 and use this  Textbook link
  to register for your online textbook.

Student Access Code: See slide show  


2. Write down your username and password

3. After you have registered JOIN OUR CLASS

    Enter the following Class ID to join our class:

Register for our WIKI
1. Check your school email for an invitation to join our
WIKI and follow the directions
2. You will choose a USER NAME and PASSWORD.
PLEASE WRITE THESE DOWN on your login sheet in your binder/planner!
3.Login with your new user name/password.
4. You will need to give an email (Use one you will check)
5.Go to the wiki page.
6.Click on EDIT and respond to the first assignment


 

 

4. The proof that DNA is the carrier of genetic information involved a number of important historical experiments. These include:
                         i. contributions of Watson, Crick, Wilkins, and Franklin on the structure of DNA (See DNA unit)
                        ii. Avery-MacLeod-McCarty experiments
                       iii. Hershey-Chase experiment
               5  DNA replication ensures continuity of hereditary information. (See DNA unit)
                         i. DNA replication is a semi-conservative process; that is one, one strand serves as the template for a new, complementary strand.
                        ii  Replication requires DNA polymerase, plus many other essential cellular enzymes, occurs bi-directionally, and differs in the
production
                            of leading and lagging strands
               6. Genetic information in retroviruses is a special case and has an alternate flow of information: from RNA to DNA, made possible by
                    reverse transcriptase,  an enzyme that copies the viral RNA genome into DNA.  This DNA integrates into the host genome and becomes
                    transcribed for the assembly of new viral progeny [See also 3.C.3] (See DNA unit)
                      
✘✘The names of the steps and particular enzymes involved beyond DNA polymerase, ligase, RNA polymerase, helicase, and topoisomerase, are outside
                                    he scope of the course for the purpose of the AP EXAM

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