AP-Agenda and Homework Page 2017-18  - Dr. Gottfried [General links and information at the bottom of this page]


Agenda and Homework updated 12/8/2017

Mildly secret web-site only extra credit-due 12/15 11:59 PM-

Read – How Chromosomes unite, answer the questions on my google form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ViW9n-caGZ_sgw6bwlEPWvKfGx4GysTURWIpkdgjyUo/edit?usp=sharing

 

  (link to the article is on the google form)

 

 

12/11 Photosynthesis

12/13 BRING DEVICES Cell Cycle & Mitosis-DEVICES For E-lab (3 electronic forms)  

Cell Cycle http://mdgottfried.net/Forms/AP/AP-CellCycleControl.html

Arizona-Mitosis http://mdgottfried.net/Forms/AP/AP-Mitosis.html

Onion Cell Mitosis Simulated Lab  http://mdgottfried.net/Forms/AP/onioncellmitosis/MitosisLab.html

Advice-Do in a document/OneNote because the forms don’t remember you; I can put two submissions together, but it will “cost” you points if I have to

12/15 Cell Cycle & Mitosis

12/18 Meiosis (bring devices) OnLine Learning Assignment

https://bio.rutgers.edu/~gb101/lab10_meiosis/meiosis_web/index10.html

In small groups (3 max) take notes on the lab as you do it, and turn them in by 1/8/18

12/20 Meiosis; Simple Genetics

12/22 Chi Square – statistics

Homework:

Due 12/11 Photosynthesis Lab

Due 12/18 Cell Cycle, Arizona Mitosis, Simulated Mitosis lab

Due 1/8/18: Meiosis “simulation” lab report

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Due 12/3 -11:59 PM Chapter 10-Photosynthesis (60 min)

Due 12/12 11:59 PM Chapter 12 Cell Cycle, Mitosis (60  min)

Tentative Reading Quiz Schedule:

12/11 Quizlet Live photosynthesis (for a grade)

12/13 No Quiz

12/18 Reading Quiz Chapter 12 (cell cycle, mitosis)

Paid science/medicine research internship for this summer for current juniors - JJInternship  More information

UMSummer Scholars Program

 

Break

Yes-You have to do something over break (besides sleep).

Read chapters 13 & 14, do the Mastering for 13 & 14 and my genetics forms I & II

Due 1/7/2018-Mastering Biology – Chapters 13 & 14 (about an hour each)

Due 1/7/2018 Genetics Form-I (OnLine) & Genetics Form-II (OnLine)

Genetics 1 http://mdgottfried.net/Forms/AP/GeneticsFormI.html

Genetics 2 http://mdgottfried.net/Forms/AP/GeneticsFormII.html


Agenda and Homework updated 12/1/2017

12/4 Photosynthesis; photosynthesis lab intro-

12/6 Photosynthesis Lab (variables that effect photosynthesis)

12/8 Senior breakfast; pigments minilab; stomata minilab

 

12/11 Photosynthesis

12/13 BRING DEVICES Cell Cycle & Mitosis-DEVICES For E-lab (3 electronic forms)  

Cell Cycle http://mdgottfried.net/Forms/AP/AP-CellCycleControl.html

Arizona-Mitosis http://mdgottfried.net/Forms/AP/AP-Mitosis.html

Onion Cell Mitosis Simulated Lab  http://mdgottfried.net/Forms/AP/onioncellmitosis/MitosisLab.html

Advice-Do in a document/OneNote because the forms don’t remember you; I can put two submissions together, but it will “cost” you points if I have to

 

Homework:

Due 12/11 Photosynthesis Lab

Due 12/18 Cell Cycle, Arizona Mitosis, Simulated Mitosis lab

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Due 12/3 -11:59 PM Chapter 10-Photosynthesis (60 min)

Due 12/12 11:59 PM Chapter 12 Cell Cycle, Mitosis (60  min)

 

Tentative Reading Quiz Schedule:

 

12/4 Reading Quiz – Photosynthesis & Respiration

12/6 No Reading Quiz- LAB!!!!

12/11 Quizlet Live photosynthesis (for a grade)

12/13 No Quiz

12/18 Reading Quiz Chapter 12 (cell cycle, mitosis)


Technology in the classroom- This is a super secret extra credit assignment. I will not mention it in class. If, by some chance, you see this, read the article and email me (drg.atm@gmail.com) intelligent comments on the article (read some of the actual comments in the NYTimes to see what I mean by intelligent comments), I may, give you extra credit.  This is due by 11/30/2017 11:59 PM.

Laptops in the Classroom


Agenda and Homework updated 11/21/2017

11/27 Respiration: Glycolysis, Pyruvate Oxidation, Krebs Cycle

11/29 Respiration: Krebs Cycle, Electron Transport, Chemiosmosis; Control of Respiration & alternative fuels

12/1 Test Review (Cells & MembraneGMD1] )

12/4 Photosynthesis

12/6 Photosynthesis Lab (variables that effect photosynthesis)

12/8 Senior breakfast

 

Homework:

Due 11/27 Respiration Lab

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Take a short rest from Mastering

Due 12/3 -11:59 PM Chapter 10-Photosynthesis (60 min)

Tentative Reading Quiz Schedule:

No reading quiz 11/27, 29 – Quizlet Live

Reading Quiz 12/4 Photosynthesis & Respiration

I will be taking fees ($10) 11/20- 12/1


Agenda and Homework updated 11/17/2017

11/20 Respiration Lab

Homework:

Due 11/20 Box Models (5 of them) for respiration

Due 11/27 Respiration Lab

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Take a short rest from Mastering

Due 12/3 -11:59 PM Chapter 10-Photosynthesis (60 min)

Tentative Reading Quiz Schedule:

No Quiz 11/20 – The lab will take ALL our focus

No reading quiz 11/27, 29 – Quizlet Live

Reading Quiz 12/4 Photosynthesis & Respiration

Science News Extra Credit-Due 11/26/2017 11:59 PM

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/15WxvuBv0IOqvxempglV_QHn8AlqiQqV7l-PYW4h0hNM/edit?usp=sharing

 

Note-If you didn’t have me for Honors Biology & you would like to see how the Energy in Nuts lab works, we will be doing it during 2nd, 4th & 6th periods 11/21. The 2nd period class is small and could easily have a group of you observing/doing alongside. Fourth or six periods are more crowded and you would only get to watch. Get a pass from YOUR 2nd, 4th or 6th period teacher to allow you to come for a part of class.

 

I will be taking fees ($10) 11/20- 12/1


Agenda and Homework updated 11/9/2017

11/13 Metabolism/Enzyme Action

11/15 Enzymes/Respiration; box model of respiraiton

11/17 Exam Chapters 6 & 7 (cells & membranes) – 50 MC no FRQ

-sorry no lab this week-I hope to do a biggish lab on 11/20

Homework:

Due 11/13 Paperclipase (1/person); Yeast Catalase (1/person)

Due 11/17 STUDY FOR THE EXAM

Due 11/20 Box Models (5 of them) for respiration

 

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Due 11/14  [date change] Mastering Chapter 9 – Respiration (75 minutes)

Tentative Reading Quiz Schedule:

11/13 Quizlet Live Enzymes-For a Grade

11/15 No reading quiz on Respiration (too complex to master on your own) – Quizlet Live – not for a grade


Agenda and Homework updated 11/3/2017

-If you transferred classes you need to sign up for the Schoology Account in the new class (scroll way down for the codes)

Class fee $10 – Collected 10/31-11/9

11/6 Metabolism; Paperclipase

11/8 Enzyme Action; Yeast Catalase

Homework:

Macromolecules test-

Buy Backs 11/6 or 11/8, 2nd lunch or after school

By appointment only (I have to print something for you, so, I need to know you will be coming)

For each question you got wrong that you re-do, you can earn 1 point back on the MC portion (which was already curved 10 points).

 

Due 11/6 – Osmosis Lab   Data Page  (1/person)

Due 11/13 Paperclipase (1/person); Yeast Catalase (1/person)

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Due 11/5: Mastering Chapter 8 – Metabolism (40 minutes)

Due 11/12 Mastering Chapter 9 – Respiration (75 minutes)

Tentative Reading Quiz Schedule:

11/6 Reading Quiz Metabolism

11/8 Quizlet Live (for a grade) Metabolism


Agenda and Homework updated 10/25/2017

Class fee $10 – Collected 10/31-11/3

The cool 3D cell models - https://www.thebiozone.com/weblink/apb-3dmodels/?utm_source=BIOZONE+Customers+North+America&utm_campaign=7604851c45-NA+-+OCT+19%3A+AP+Bio+3D+Models+%28CUST+DNO%29&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_edd2d4b30f-7604851c45-165004641

10/30 Macromolecule Exam 50 M/C; 1 FRQ); Membranes

11/1 Osmosis & Potatoes Lab  Data Page https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1aZa3m6D9eKb-hU5ng-moA-kVR2vtzsJxcMdBkU9GpFY/edit?usp=sharing

11/3 Data Collection (Osmosis Lab)

Homework:

Study for EXAM 10/30 - Macromolecules

Due 10/30 Osmosis Packet-last page

Due 11/6 – Osmosis Lab

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Due 11/5: Mastering Chapter 8 – Metabolism (40 minutes)

Tentative Reading Quiz Schedule:

No Reading Quiz 10/30-Chapter 5 EXAM 50 MC questions; 1 FRQ

11/1 No Reading Quiz – A surprise instead

Science News – Extra Credit Due 11/5 11:59 PM

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1a58hxheD8J3IBtP0Fwtcu0zP7H-OaYs3AWnEZ7lZbqE/edit?usp=sharing


Agenda and Homework updated 10/20/2017

10/23 Cells; Membranes; Fun with SA:Vol & potatoes

10/25 Cell Drawing Quiz; Osmosis Packet; Period 5- College Fair-Group I - From 1:00 - 1:35

Advance Notice: Exam on Chapter 5 (JUST 5) 10/30 (50 M/C 1 FRQ)

Homework:

Study for EXAM 10/30 - Macromolecules

Due 10/30 Osmosis Packet-last page

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Due 11/5: Mastering Chapter 8 – Metabolism (40 minutes)

Tentative Reading Quiz Schedule:

Membranes [Quiz -8- 10/23] Chapter 7 (2nd marking period)

No Reading Quiz 10/25-Cell Drawing Quiz

No Reading Quiz 10/30-Chapter 5 EXAM 50 MC questions; 1 FRQ

11/1 No Reading Quiz – A surprise instead


Agenda and Homework updated 10/13/2017

10/16 Evolution Exam; Nucleic Acids; Drawings

10/18 Cells; Cell Drawing;

10/20 Cells; microscope lab

 Homework:

Study for EXAM 10/16 - Evolution

Due 10/20 Cell Drawings (prokaryotic, animal, plant)

Due 10/20 NEAT Structural Drawings [glucose, fructose, glycine, alanine, oleic acid, palmitic acid, testosterone, DNA-(like I did in class, not at the atomic level) Last grade of the 1st marking period

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Due 10/18  Membranes Chapter 7 (60 min)

Tentative Reading Quiz Schedule:

Cells [Quiz -7- 10/18] Chapter 6 (1st marking period)

Membranes [Quiz -8- 10/23] Chapter 7 (2nd marking period)

Tablets?  - If you want to check out a tablet -regardless of grade level - it may be possible.


Agenda and Homework updated 10/06/2017

Advance warning: Evolution EXAM 10/16– 40 MC

10/9 (odd) lipids; fat lab; amino acids; proteins

10/11 (1-PSAT, 5, 6)

10/12 (odd) protein structure; nucleic acids; models

Homework:

Due 10/12 Fat Lab

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Due 10/9 Macromolecules Chapter 5 (~80 min)

Due  10/14 Cells Chapter 6 ( 75 min)

Due 10/18  Membranes Chapter 7 (60 min)

READING

For each topic there will be a quiz based in part on the reading.  Make sure you keep up with the Agenda page for the schedule, since the quizzes may not coincide with the class lecture/activity schedule.  You can learn much of the same material from other web resources – if you don’t like “your” text book, I can recommend other online resources (or just Google the topic). You can also watch YouTube videos on the subjects. The best out there are done by Richard Anderson and can be found as “Bozeman Biology.” All that said, the actual quizzes are based on readings from Campbell Biology (the online text in Mastering!).

Tentative Reading Schedule:

No reading quiz 10/9 However, there will be a “practicum” on macromolecues

No reading quiz 10/12 However, there will be a “practicum” on macromolecues

Cells [Quiz -7- 10/18] Chapter 6

Membranes [Quiz -8- 10/18] Chapter 7

Science Fair?


Update 10/5 - Due to circumstances beyond my control (a dry run for the PSATs during 5th period), the Fat Lab is being postponed until next week. 

Long advance warning- There will be a test on the evolution unit on 10/16. It will be all multiple choice. No, I don't know how many questions yet.


Background Information for the Fat Lab

    % polyunsaturated % monounsaturated % saturated
1 Walnut 0.64 0.21 0.14
2 Canola 0.31 0.62 0.07
3 Seasme 0.43 0.43 0.14
4 Coconut 0.07 0.07 0.86
5 Avocado 0.11 0.76 0.13
6 Grape 0.71 0.21 0.07
7 Olive 0.14 0.71 0.14


Agenda and Homework updated 9/29/2017

10/3 Carbon; Macromolecules-Pattern Matching

10/5 Macromolecules; Carbohydrates, Lipids models; FAT Lab

Are you lost? Do I talk too fast? Try the Khan Academy Biology materials

https://www.khanacademy.org/science/ap-biology

Homework:

Due 10/9 Fat Lab

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Due 10/3 Carbon – Chapter 4 (~30 min)

Due 10/9 Macromolecules Chapter 5 (~80 min)

Due  10/14 Cells Chapter 6 ( 75 min)

Due 10/18  Membranes Chapter 7 (60 min)

READING

For each topic there will be a quiz based in part on the reading.  Make sure you keep up with the Agenda page for the schedule, since the quizzes may not coincide with the class lecture/activity schedule.  You can learn much of the same material from other web resources – if you don’t like “your” text book, I can recommend other online resources (or just Google the topic). You can also watch YouTube videos on the subjects. The best out there are done by Richard Anderson and can be found as “Bozeman Biology.” All that said, the actual quizzes are based on readings from Campbell Biology (the online text in Mastering!).

Tentative Reading Schedule:

Carbon [Quiz -5- 10/3] Chapter 4

Macromolecules [Quiz -6- 10/5] Chapter 5

No reading quiz 10/9 However, there will be a “practicum” on macromolecues

Cells [Quiz -7- 10/12] Chapter 6

Membranes [Quiz -8- 10/16] Chapter 7


Agenda and Homework updated 9/21/2017

9/25 Speciation

9/27 (OPEN House) FRQ-water; Chemistry Review (chapters 2-3); models

9/28 (2-4-6) (ER)

9/29 Carbon; models

PSAT- Information Flyer

Homework:

Due 9/25 H-W Lab (handout + conclusion)

Due 9/25 Cladogram Handout

Due 9/25 H-W problem set (6)

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Due 9/23 11:59PM Evolution (based on reading Chapter 22, 23 & doing the activities – approximately 60 minutes not including reading time)

Due 9/25 11:59PM Speciation-Chapter 24 (approximately 30 minutes)

Due 10/3 Carbon – Chapter 4

Due 10/9 Macromolecules Chapter 5

READING

For each topic there will be a quiz based in part on the reading.  Make sure you keep up with the Agenda page for the schedule, since the quizzes may not coincide with the class lecture/activity schedule.  You can learn much of the same material from other web resources – if you don’t like “your” text book, I can recommend other online resources (or just Google the topic). You can also watch YouTube videos on the subjects. The best out there are done by Richard Anderson and can be found as “Bozeman Biology.” All that said, the actual quizzes are based on readings from Campbell Biology (the online text in Mastering!).

Tentative Reading Schedule:

Population Evolution [Quiz -3- 9/25] Chapter 23

Origin of Species [Quiz -4- 9/27] Chapter 24

Carbon [Quiz -5- 10/3] Chapter 4

Macromolecules [Quiz -6- 10/5] Chapter 5

 

Extra Credit-

Read “Make It Stick” from Science News 9/16/2017

https://www.sciencenews.org/snhs/login

Username: DrG-ATM

Password: ATM411

Click on “Educator Guides”

Click on the “Flex Time” Link

Read the two articles that are linked:

     Flex Time

     Brains may need flexible networks to learn well

Answer the questions: Article-Based Observation: Q

You don’t have to print it out. Just clearly number your 10 answers.

Email (or hand in) your answers by Friday 9/29 (by the end of the day)

You can ask about this, discretely, but, I will not be advertising it in class

 

 



Hardy-Weinberg Lab Data


Agenda and Homework updated 9/17/2017

Dates remain tentative given that the ATM odd/even schedule may change (due to Irma)-as of 12:34 PM

9/18 Hurricane Irma; Biological effects of storms; Where we were, and what we know; 

9/19 Reading Quiz 2; HW Lab; 

9/22 Fisherbeast w/o clones

Homework:

Due 9/25 H-W Lab (handout + conclusion)

Due 9/25 Cladogram Handout

Due 9/25 H-W problem set (6)

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Due 9/23 11:59PM Evolution (based on reading Chapter 22, 23 & doing the activities – approximately 60 minutes not including reading time)

Due 9/25 11:59PM Speciation-Chapter 24 (approximately 30 minutes)

READING

For each topic there will be a quiz based in part on the reading.  Make sure you keep up with the Agenda page for the schedule, since the quizzes may not coincide with the class lecture/activity schedule.  You can learn much of the same material from other web resources – if you don’t like “your” text book, I can recommend other online resources (or just Google the topic). You can also watch YouTube videos on the subjects. The best out there are done by Richard Anderson and can be found as “Bozeman Biology.” All that said, the actual quizzes are based on readings from Campbell Biology (the online text in Mastering!).

Tentative Reading Schedule:

Evolution

                Chapter 22 [Quiz 9/19]

Population Evolution [Quiz 9/25]

                Chapter 23

Origin of Species [Quiz 9/27]

                Chapter 24

Carbon [Quiz 10/3]

                Chapter 4

Macromolecules [Quiz 10/5]

                Chapter 5

 

 

IRMA

Due to Irma many dates have changed. The revision in red represents 9/5

Agenda and Homework updated 9/01/2017

Seniors-Questbridge College Match

9/5 Reading Quiz 1; Modern Synthesis-Hardy Weinberg Theory; Cladograms

9/? Reading Quiz 2; HW Lab; 

Homework:

Due 9/5 Fisherbeast Lab (answer questions & more); The link to the shared spreadsheet with the data

Due 9/? H-W Lab (handout + conclusion)

Due 9/11 Cladogram Handout  If we have school on 9/11, this will still be due then.

Due 9/? H-W problem set (6)

MASTERING BIOLOGY   Depending on when/if we all lose power due to Irma these dates will become flexible

Due 9/10 11:59PM Evolution (based on reading Chapter 22, 23 & doing the activities – approximately 60 minutes not including reading time)

Due 9/13 11:59PM Speciation-Chapter 24 (approximately 30 minutes)

READING

For each topic there will be a quiz based in part on the reading.  Make sure you keep up with the Agenda page for the schedule, since the quizzes may not coincide with the class lecture/activity schedule.  You can learn much of the same material from other web resources – if you don’t like “your” text book, I can recommend other online resources (or just Google the topic). You can also watch YouTube videos on the subjects. The best out there are done by Richard Anderson and can be found as “Bozeman Biology.” All that said, the actual quizzes are based on readings from Campbell Biology (the online text in Mastering!).

Tentative Reading Schedule:

Background [Quiz 9/5]

                Chapters 1, 2, & 3

Below this point, the order is correct, but the dates are dependent on (a) power -if our area loses power I can't expect you to read an electronic book (b) when we get back to school after Irma

Evolution

                Chapter 22 [Quiz 9/?]

Population Evolution [Quiz 9/?]

                Chapter 23

Origin of Species [Quiz 9/?]

                Chapter 24

Carbon [Quiz 9/?]

                Chapter 4

Macromolecules [Quiz 9/?]

                Chapter 5

 

Extra Credit-Science Fair Project See me if you are interested


Data Link - Fisherbeast (entry and collaboration)


Agenda and Homework updated 8/25/2017

BOOKS-old bio books for free-see me for details

8/28 Darwin/Evolution (lecture notes in OneNote)

8/30 Darwin/Fisherbeast

9/1 Fisherbeast

 

Homework:

Due 8/28 Height Lab (Data link below weekly update)

Due 9/5 Fisherbeast Lab (answer questions & more)

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Be proactive. Be prepared.  You can do the Mastering Biology Assignments ahead of time.  Access to MasteringBiology is probably the most expensive part of your "book."  I can not publicly post our sign-in codes.  The codes will be distributed 8/22

due 8/27/2017 11:59 PM: Introduction to Mastering Biology

due 8/28/2017 11:59 PM: 00A-Get Ready for Biology – Diagnostic Questions

due 8/30/2017 11:59 PM: 00B-Get Ready for Biology—Cumulative Test

due 9/1/2017 11:59 PM: HW-Practice Test 01 – material from chapters 2 & 3 which are assumed to be pre-requisite knowledge for AP Biology Students.

READING

For each topic there will be a quiz based in part on the reading.  Make sure you keep up with the Agenda page for the schedule, since the quizzes may not coincide with the class lecture/activity schedule.  You can learn much of the same material from other web resources – if you don’t like “your” text book, I can recommend other online resources (or just Google the topic). You can also watch YouTube videos on the subjects. The best out there are done by Richard Anderson and can be found as “Bozeman Biology.” All that said, the actual quizzes are based on readings from Campbell Biology (the online text in Mastering!).

Tentative Reading Schedule:

Background [Quiz 9/5]

                Chapters 1, 2, & 3

Evolution

                Chapter 22 [Quiz 9/7]

Population Evolution [Quiz 9/11]

                Chapter 23

Origin of Species [Quiz 9/13]

                Chapter 24

Carbon [Quiz 9/18]

                Chapter 4

Macromolecules [Quiz 9/20]

                Chapter 5

 

 


Height Lab Data-History (Just Heights 2012-2017)

Height Lab Data - 2017 (with arm spans)

Agenda and Homework updated 8/09/2017

8/21: Welcome, Introduction, FRQ-1;

8/22: Height Lab Data; Safety, Seed germination start; Mastering Biology

8/23: Mug shots; FRQ-2; Germination Report; Your Inner Fish – feedback; Big Ideas

8/25: Height lab data analysis, Science Process Skills, AP Biology-Statistics-Math

Homework:

Due 8/21/2017: Summer Letter/Assignment   All 3 parts are due before school starts on 8/21. (Links are in the Letter/Assignment pdf file summer-1 on the webpage.)

Due 8/25: Welcome Parent Letter signature; email to confirm parent email address

Due 8/28 Height Lab

MASTERING BIOLOGY

Be proactive. Be prepared.  You can do the Mastering Biology Assignments ahead of time.  Access to MasteringBiology is probably the most expensive part of your "book."  I can not publicly post our sign-in codes.  The codes will be distributed 8/22

due 8/27/2017 11:59 PM: Introduction to Mastering Biology

due 8/28/2017 11:59 PM: 00A-Get Ready for Biology – Diagnostic Questions

due 8/30/2017 11:59 PM: 00B-Get Ready for Biology—Cumulative Test

due 9/1/2017 11:59 PM: HW-Practice Test 01 – material from chapters 2 & 3 which are assumed to be pre-requisite knowledge for AP Biology Students.

READING

For each topic there will be a quiz based in part on the reading.  Make sure you keep up with the Agenda page for the schedule, since the quizzes may not coincide with the class lecture/activity schedule.  You can learn much of the same material from other web resources – if you don’t like “your” text book, I can recommend other online resources (or just Google the topic). You can also watch YouTube videos on the subjects. The best out there are done by Richard Anderson and can be found as “Bozeman Biology.” All that said, the actual quizzes are based on readings from Campbell Biology (the online text in Mastering!).

Tentative Reading Schedule:

Background [Quiz 9/5]

                Chapters 1, 2, & 3

Evolution

                Chapter 22 [Quiz 9/7]

Population Evolution [Quiz 9/11]

                Chapter 23

Origin of Species [Quiz 9/13]

                Chapter 24

Carbon [Quiz 9/18]

                Chapter 4

Macromolecules [Quiz 9/20]

                Chapter 5

 “Electronics”

                Remind - signed in by Friday 8/25 7:00 AM (for a grade)

                Mastering – signed in by Friday 8/25 7:00 AM (for a grade)

                Schoology.com signed in by Friday 8/25 7:00 AM (for a grade)

                        APBio17-18 Period 1 

RB96H-3GMGT 

 

APBio17-18 Period 3 

Q4ZC7-QF45G 

 

APBio17-18 Period 5 

VHTQG-346C2 

 

Campbell Text Correlation:

Highlighted Table of Contents-in the shared folder – YOU WANT THIS

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0r2l9_tFA_FQnE0ZnpYS1k1Zm8

2017-2018 Green-Paper-Policy

In an attempt to reduce the amount of paper I can misplace and to reduce the number of trees cut down for my classes I am instituting the following policy.

At the end of each marking period (if there are sufficient written assignments to warrant this) there will be an extra credit grade given to those students who submit their work via email.  Near the end of the marking period I will search my drg.atm@gmail.com archive and assign extra credit points based on a subjective sense of the percentage of possible assignments (it isn’t meaningful to submit a take home test or worksheet via email) that have been submitted via email.  (As a consequence of how this is done, you MUST sign your complete name in your emails in the body of the email. I sometimes search by first name, sometimes by last name.)

You can’t lose by submitting via email.  The only caveat (warning) is that digital submissions are easier to check for plagiarism.




Revised
Curriculum Framework Document from College Board - The most important document related to our course.  (You will need Adobe Reader to open this document).
You can find the schedule as well as lots of other stuff (some of it useful) in the Don't Panic Book.  (always a work in progress, but up-to-date as of June 2017).


ALL Email (HOMEWORK AND CONTACT!) address:  DrG.ATM@gmail.com

Annotated Web Links       

Shared Google Drive folder with previous FRQs and various handouts etc. (Google "Drive") - includes single  file with multiple vocabulary lists, the highlighted Table of Contents to Campbell etc. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B0r2l9_tFA_FRHNKeGIyUEdGcTA?usp=sharing

The folder includes assignments/notes etc. from previous years.

Last year (2016-17) I posted most of the notes and handouts to OneNote. I can't give you access to those files until you are actually in my class.

REMIND -I encourage you to sign up for text/email reminders via Remind. 

My "sign in" page for AP Biology 2017-18  https://www.remind.com/join/apbio1718   - enter your phone number.

OR- Either text @apbio1718 to 81010 or email apbio1718@mail.remind.com  

(You can sign up for both sms-texts and email.) Please sign up with your real name if it asks... Standard text rates apply. If you use the email option you can leave the subject and body of the message blank.


I wish Dr. Gottfried knew....

Campbell Text Correlation:

Highlighted Table of Contents-in the shared folder

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0r2l9_tFA_FQnE0ZnpYS1k1Zm8/edit?usp=sharing



Parental email: I will be collecting parental emails in the fall. Pre-emptively if I get an email from your parents (from their email account) I'll give you extra credit in the fall


UPLOAD Files (if you can't email them)...this includes pictures:   

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CHAT: 
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Information- Code Red Lock Down

Classroom doors will be immediately locked.
No passes for any reason (bathroom, water etc).
Sit away from the door.
Students in the hall will be brought into the nearest classroom.
Students in open areas should report to the nearest secured area.
Students in bathroom facilities should report to the nearest secured area.
Follow directions of emergency personnel and administrators.
ALL staff and students remain in LOCK DOWN until the ALL CLEAR announcement is made.

Science Fees

$10 Fee/year

If you are taking 2 science classes, you have to pay in each one separately.
If you do not pay, an obligation slip will be submitted, and in order to graduate, leave the school etc, you will have to pay (clear your obligations).



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