Homework: Week of 9/9/13

Honors Chemistry

Monday (9/9):

  • Bring in all required materials for class.
  • Read through and sign lab safety contract, have parent sign it, and complete all pages (including end HW page).
  • View Videos and Complete a WSQ for Lesson 1.1:  The Scientific Method
  • Due:  Tomorrow (9/10)

Tuesday (9/10):

Wendesday (9/11)

Period 1,2

  • Complete Lab Safety Lab from Manual (p. 7-10)
  • Due: Thursday, 9/12

Thursday (9/12)

  • Unit 1 Packet, pp. 21-22, 32
  • Due:  Friday, 9/13

Period 2,3

  • Complete Lab Safety Lab from Manual (p. 7-10)
  • Due:  Friday, 9/13

Friday (9/13):

Period 1,2:

  • Finish Measurement Lab Writeup if necessary
  • Due: Monday, 9/16

AP Bio

This Week:

Monday (9/9):

  • Bring in all required materials for class.
  • Complete individual questions for “Space Invader” Activity.
  • Deliver Newsletter note to parent (return if necessary):  Sign up URL:  http://tinyletter.com/mrknuffke
  • Due: Tomorrow (9/10)

Tuesday (9/10):

  • No new homework (perhaps you might consider doing the “this week” assignments).

Wednesday (9/11):

Thursday (9/12):

  • Tomorrow, you will test the effect of a different variable on the behavior of the pillbugs.  You will have the following materials:  tin foil, syrup, weak acid, salt water.  Design a protocol using this material that you can use tomorrow to test the effect of a different variable on the behavior of pilbugs.
  • Write out the procedure that you are planning to use to analyze the data from today’s lab.  What will you do to the data?  Why will you do it?  What will you learn from having done it?  Be prepared to discuss all of these questions in class tomorrow.
  • Due:  Friday, 9/13

Friday (9/13):

  • Work to complete your summer assignment.
  • Begin the process of writing up the lab.  Use a google doc that is shared among all group members and me.  Include an introductory discussion of each part, protocol for each part, data from each part (in tables), data analysis where possible.  Don’t work on the conclusion just yet.  There are extensive lab report guidelines to help you with this in your lab manual.
  • Due:  Monday, 9/16

 

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