Homework: Week of 4.18.16

Honors Chemistry

Monday, 4.18:

  • Complete WSQ2 for 11.2 (Neutralization Reactions)
  • Complete pp. 19 & 20 in Unit 11 Packet
  • Do memrise words every day.
  • Keep 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 1:

  • Complete Solutions & Solubility Simulation Activity (Due Thursday– You can skip #16)

Tuesday, 4.19:

  • Complete WSQ2 for 11.3 (pH)
  • Complete pp. 21 – 23 in Unit 11 Packet
  • Diagnostic Test 1 and 2 are due on Tuesday.  You must hand in the scan sheet for each one (answer short answer questions on the back).  Here is a blank scan sheet if you lose the ones you recieved in class today.  Please don’t cheat on these.  There is no reason to, and you’ll only be hurting your review opportunity.
  • Do memrise words every day.
  • Keep 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).  Also remember that each unit page on mrknuffke.net has other videos and resources below each WSQ2 video to help you learn the material.

Period 1:

  • Complete Solutions & Solubility Simulation Activity (Due Thursday– You can skip #16)

Wednesday, 4.20:

  • Diagnostic Test 1 and 2 are due on Tuesday.  You must hand in the scan sheet for each one (answer short answer questions on the back).  Here is a blank scan sheet if you lose the ones you recieved in class today.  Please don’t cheat on these.  There is no reason to, and you’ll only be hurting your review opportunity.
  • Do memrise words every day.
  • Keep 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).  Also remember that each unit page on mrknuffke.net has other videos and resources below each WSQ2 video to help you learn the material.

Period 1:

  • Complete pp. 24 & 25 in Unit 11 Packet
  • Solutions and Solubility Activity is due tomorrow.  It is optional.  If you do it, it will count.  If not, you will be exempted.

Thursday, 4.21:

  • Complete WSQ2s for Lesson 11.4 (Bronsted-Lowry Acids & Bases) & 11.4A (Acid-Base Equilibria).  These are both due on Tuesday
  • Diagnostic Test 1 and 2 are due on Tuesday.  You must hand in the scan sheet for each one (answer short answer questions on the back).  Here is a blank scan sheet if you lose the ones you recieved in class today.  Please don’t cheat on these.  There is no reason to, and you’ll only be hurting your review opportunity.
  • Do memrise words every day.
  • Keep 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).  Also remember that each unit page on mrknuffke.net has other videos and resources below each WSQ2 video to help you learn the material.

Period 3:

  • Complete pp. 24 & 25 in Unit 11 Packet

AP Biology:

Monday, 4.18:

  • Complete 1.2 Student Progress Sheet and Challenge Area Assessment.  Time yourself appropriately.  The Challenge Area Assessment should be completed within 20 minutes.  You can take as much time as you want on the Student Progress Sheet.
  • Physiology Systems Challenges are due Tomorrow.
  • Please bring two pencils to class with you tomorrow.
  • 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 Topic 6 on Monday, after school.  Please bring your review book, and any questions you might have.
  • Review of Topics 8 & 9 on Wednesday, after school.  Please bring your review book, and any questions you might have.

Tuesday, 4.19:

  • Complete 1.5 Student Progress Sheet and Challenge Area Assessment.  Time yourself appropriately.  The Challenge Area Assessment should be completed within 20 minutes.  You can take as much time as you want on the Student Progress Sheet.
  • Please bring two pencils and two pens to class with you tomorrow.
  • 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 Wednesday, after school.  Please bring your review book, and any questions you might have.

Wednesday, 4.20:

  • Complete 2.3 Student Progress Sheet and Challenge Area Assessment.  Time yourself appropriately.  The Challenge Area Assessment should be completed within 20 minutes.  You can take as much time as you want on the Student Progress Sheet.
  • 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 Topic 10 next Wednesday, after school.  Please bring your review book, and any questions you might have.

Thursday, 4.21:

  • Complete 2.5, 2.9, 3.4, 3.11, & 3.14 Student Progress Sheets and Challenge Area Assessments.  Do one set per day starting tonight and going through Monday.  Time yourself appropriately.  The Challenge Area Assessment should be completed within 20 minutes.  You can take as much time as you want on the Student Progress Sheet.
  • 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 Topic 10 next Wednesday, after school.  Open Review next Friday, after school.  Please bring your review book, and any questions you might have.

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