Homework: Week of 3.7.16

Honors Chemistry

Monday, 3.7:

Period 1:

Period 3:

  • Complete the Mole Ratios POGIL that we did in class (p. 58 & 59).
  • Theoretically, you could also complete WSQ2 for lesson 8.4A (Advanced Equation Stoichiometry).  BUT I would wait until tomorrow’s discussion.  Seriously.

Tuesday, 3.8:

Period 1:

  • Complete pp. 61 & 62 in Unit 8 packet.
  • I had to fix the 8.4A GoFormative, so you should redo it.

Period 3:

Wednesday, 3.9:

Period 1:

  • Quiz corrections are due tomorrow
  • Complete any problems left from pp. 79-80 from your unit 8 packet.

Period 3:

  • Quiz corrections are due tomorrow.
  • Complete pp. 61 & 62 in Unit 8 packet.

Thursday, 3.10:

  • You need to sign up for an account (free) at Zaption, and enroll in our class group (the code has been emailed and reminded to you.
  • 9.1 WSQ2 (using the Zaption Video) is due on Monday.  Please access via the zaption link, NOT the youtube link.  If you do not complete your WSQ2 through our zaption class group, you will not receive full credit for the assignment.

Period 3:

  • Complete any problems left from pp. 78-80 from your unit 8 packet.

Friday, 3.11:

  • 9.1 WSQ2 (using the Zaption Video) is due on Monday.  Please access via the zaption link, NOT the youtube link.  If you do not complete your WSQ2 through our zaption class group, you will not receive full credit for the assignment.

Period 1:

  • Finish lab (if necessary)

 


AP Biology:

Monday, 3.7:

  • Test Corrections are due Tomorrow.
  • Nutrition (p. 83) handout will be due Tomorrow.  Circulation (p. 85) will be due on Wednesday, and Gas Exchange (p. 82) will be due on Thursday.  These are each quiz grades

Tuesday, 3.8:

  • Circulation (p. 85) handout will be due on Tomorrow, and Gas Exchange (p. 82) will be due on Thursday.  These are each quiz grades

Wednesday, 3.9:

  • Gas Exchange (p. 82) handout is due Tomorrow.  This is a quiz grade
  • You need to make 10 index cards in keeping with our discussion from today.  They should follow the guidelines that we talked about (they should be cut in half, with questions on the front, and answers in your own words on the back), and the questions on them should come from the sources we discussed (use the September exam review sheet in your Class View folder).  Bring them tomorrow, paper clipped together.

Thursday, 3.10:

  • You need to make (at least) 10 more index cards for tomorrow in keeping with our discussion from yesterday.  They should follow the guidelines that we talked about (they should be cut in half, with questions on the front, and answers in your own words on the back).  They should use the OCTOBER exam review sheet.
  • March Mammal Madness bracket is due on Monday
  • PDQ For Regulation 6 (Immunity) is due on Monday, along with the completed “Cells of the Immune System” Click and Learn  (unit 5 packet pp. 27-31).  Here is a link to the Click and Learn.  We are back to normal PDQ rules.

Friday, 3.11:

  • You need to make (at least) 30 more index cards for Monday in keeping with our discussion from this week.  They should follow the guidelines that we talked about (they should be cut in half, with questions on the front, and answers in your own words on the back).  They should use the November, January & February exam review sheets.
  • March Mammal Madness bracket is due on Monday Tuesday (Moved!)
  • PDQ For Regulation 6 (Immunity) is due on Monday, along with the completed “Cells of the Immune System” Click and Learn  (unit 5 packet pp. 27-31).  Here is a link to the Click and Learn.  We are back to normal PDQ rules.
  • Please cookbook the Transpiration lab procedure.   pp. 104-109 in unit 5 packet

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