Homework: Week of 4.11.16

Honors Chemistry

Monday, 4.11:

  • Complete pp. 14 & 15 in Unit 10 packet.
  • Do memrise words every day.
  • Start reviewing WSQ2 videos from the year.  Here are all of the unit playlists.  Try to watch one a day.  Actively watch them (don’t just sit there.  Maybe add to your original notes, or make a list of things you still don’t understand/have questions about).

Period 1:

  • Complete pp. 35-38 (Solubility activity).

Period 3:

Tuesday, 4.12:

Period 1:

  • Complete pp. 16 & 17 in Unit 10 packet.

Period 3:

  • Complete pp. 35-38 in Unit 10 packet (Solubility activity).

Wednesday, 4.13:

  • Do memrise words every day.
  • Start reviewing WSQ2 videos from the year.  Here are all of the unit playlists.  Try to watch one a day.  Actively watch them (don’t just sit there.  Maybe add to your original notes, or make a list of things you still don’t understand/have questions about).

Period 1:

  • Complete pp. 18 & 19 in Unit 10 packet.
  • Quiz 11 Corrections are Due on Friday.

Period 3:

  • Complete pp. 16 & 17 in Unit 10 packet (Solubility activity).
  • Quiz 11 Corrections are due tomorrow.

Thursday, 4.14:

  • Do memrise words every day.
  • Start reviewing WSQ2 videos from the year.  Here are all of the unit playlists.  Try to watch one a day.  Actively watch them (don’t just sit there.  Maybe add to your original notes, or make a list of things you still don’t understand/have questions about).

Period 1:

  • Quiz 11 Corrections are Due Tomorrow.
  • Finish Lab (if necessary).
  • After completing any unfinished unit 10 pages, check the answer key in the Class View folder.

Period 3:

  • After completing pp 18 & 19 in Unit 10, check the answer key in the Class View folder.

Friday, 4.15:

  • Complete 11.1WSQ2 (Arrhenius Acids & Bases)
  • Do memrise words every day.
  • Start reviewing WSQ2 videos from the year.  Here are all of the unit playlists.  Try to watch one a day.  Actively watch them (don’t just sit there.  Maybe add to your original WSQ2/notes, or make a list of things you still don’t understand/have questions about).

Period 3:

  • Finish Lab (if necessary)

AP Biology:

Monday, 4.11:

Tuesday, 4.12:

Wednesday, 4.13:

  • Interactions 6 PDQ (Conservation Biology) is due on Tomorrow.  It’s almost over!!!
  • If you needed more time to finish the Carbon Footprint Activity, it is due tomorrow.
  • Quiz 11 Corrections are due on Friday.
  • NetLogo Simulation Activity (from today) is due on Friday Monday.
  • Physiology Systems Challenges are due on Tuesday, 4/19
  • Do your flashcard work every day.
  • Do your memrise words every day.
  • The remining APInsight problem sets have been released.
  • Watch at least one (ideally two) videos related to the course every day.  I suggest either Bozeman Science’s AP Biology Videos, or CrashCourse Biology or check me out over at Get-A-Five.  Actively watch them.  Take notes, make lists of things you don’t understand, etc.
  • Review of Information (topic 4 & 5 in Review Book) Friday, after school.  Please bring your review book, and any questions you might have.

Thursday, 4.14:

  • Quiz 11 Corrections are due tomorrow.
  • NetLogo Simulation Activity (from today) is due on Monday.
  • Physiology Systems Challenges are due on Tuesday.
  • Do your flashcard work every day.
  • Do your memrise words every day.
  • The remining APInsight problem sets have been released.
  • Watch at least one (ideally two) videos related to the course every day.  I suggest either Bozeman Science’s AP Biology Videos, or CrashCourse Biology or check me out over at Get-A-Five.  Actively watch them.  Take notes, make lists of things you don’t understand, etc.
  • Review of Information (topic 4 & 5 in Review Book) Friday, after school.  Please bring your review book, and any questions you might have.

Friday, 4.15:

  • NetLogo Simulation Activity (from today) is due on Monday.
  • Physiology Systems Challenges are due on Tuesday.
  • Do your flashcard work every day.
  • Do your memrise words every day.
  • The remining APInsight problem sets have been released.
  • Watch at least one (ideally two) videos related to the course every day.  I suggest either Bozeman Science’s AP Biology Videos, or CrashCourse Biology or check me out over at Get-A-Five.  Actively watch them.  Take notes, make lists of things you don’t understand, add to your PDQ’s/class notes, etc.
  • Review of Topics 8 & 9 on Monday, after school.  Please bring your review book, and any questions you might have.

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