**AP Biology**

**Homework**

Email Mr. Collea with your contact information.

Letter of Introduction is due.

Go to the website:

your Introduction for your Gum Lab.

Use the following videos to help you with your Data Tables and Graphs:

Feel free to use the attached data table for your lab report.

questions.

when writing your report, along with the SELF section on the Lab Rubric when evaluating your

report.

enzyme salivary amylase on the sugars in the gum. So let's test this by brainstorming a method for

comparing the effects of chewing on sugar vs sugar free gum. Be sure to use the Data Table Guide

when designing your data table for this activity.

Feel free to use the attached data table for your lab report.

Be sure to calculate the rate of each reaction and use this value in your discussion.

Feel free to use the attached data table for your lab report.

Be sure to calculate the rate of each reaction in your Results section and use this value in your

discussion when explaining the changes in the rate of each reaction. Feel free to use the attached

data table for your lab report. This report will be due on Monday.

Be sure to calculate the rate of each reaction in your Results section and use this value in your discussion when explaining the changes in the rate of each reaction. Feel free to use the attached

data table for your lab report. This report will be due on Monday.

No Homework

No Homework

be due on Monday.

leaf-disk assay method.

**Friday, June 27th**Email Mr. Collea with your contact information.

**Monday, July 14th**Letter of Introduction is due.

**Monday, August 11th**Go to the website:

**https://www.getafive.com**oin my AP Biology Class using the student course code:*and j***MH8499Q****Thursday, September 4th - First Day of School****(1)**Summer Assignments 4, 5 and 6 are due.**(2)**Print out the answers to the Bill Bryson questions and email Mr. Collea a copy.**Friday, September 5th****(1)**Fill out the Student Information Sheet**(2)**Continue working on your Method/Procedure, creating a data table and graph using excel, and writingyour Introduction for your Gum Lab.

**(3)**Read and begin preparing outlines for the "possible" Free Response Biochemistry Questions.**(4)**Get your supplies for the class.**Monday, September 8th****(1)**Continue working on your Method/Procedure, creating a data table and graph using excel, and writing your Introduction for your Gum Lab.**(2)**Read and begin preparing outlines for the "possible" Free Response Biochemistry Questions.**(3)**Chapter 6 Learning Guide Questions 1 - 9.**(4)**Get your supplies for the class.**Tuesday, September 9th****(1)**Write your Introduction, Discussion, Conclusion, Abstract and Title to complete the Gum Lab Report.Use the following videos to help you with your Data Tables and Graphs:

**Guidlelines for Making Data Tables****Making a Data Table Using Google Docs**.**Making a Graph from a Google Spreadsheet**

**(2)**Evaluate your own work by grading yourself using the SELF section of the Lab Grading Rubric.**Lab Report Rubric****(3)**Continue to prepare outlines for the "possible" Free Response Biochemistry Questions 1, 2, and 3**(4)**Chapter 6 Learning Guide Questions 10 - 16.**Wednesday, September 10th*******Gum Lab Report is due.*******(1)**Finish Chapter 6 Learning Guide**(2)**Start the Chapter 6 Multiple Choice Questions**(3)**Create a data table for the Toothpickase Lab.**(4)**Begin researching your Introduction to the Toothpickase Lab**(5)**Continue to prepare outlines for the "possible" Free Response Biochemistry Questions 1, 2, and 3**Thursday, September 11th****(1)**Continue working on your Toothpickase Lab data table(s), graph(s), Introduction and Discussion.Feel free to use the attached data table for your lab report.

**(2)**Complete Ch. 6 MC which are due on Monday along with all of the other Summer Assignment MCquestions.

**(3)**Continue to prepare outlines for the "possible" Free Response Biochemistry Questions that__will__appear on your first exam which is tentatively scheduled for next Wednesday.**Friday, September 12th****(1)**Chapters 1 - 6 Study Guide Multiple Choice questions are due on Monday.**(2)**Gum Lab rewrites are due on Monday. Be sure to use the Lab Report Checklist and the sample labwhen writing your report, along with the SELF section on the Lab Rubric when evaluating your

report.

**(3)**Many of you concluded that the reason for the decrease in the mass of the gum was the effects ofenzyme salivary amylase on the sugars in the gum. So let's test this by brainstorming a method for

comparing the effects of chewing on sugar vs sugar free gum. Be sure to use the Data Table Guide

when designing your data table for this activity.

**(4)**Continue working on your Toothpickase Lab data table(s), graph(s), Introduction and Discussion.Feel free to use the attached data table for your lab report.

**(5)**Continue to prepare outlines for the "possible" Free Response Biochemistry Questions that__will__appear on your first exam which is**scheduled for next Wednesday.***tentatively***Monday, September 15th****(1)**Review the MC questions you got wrong.**(2)**Continue working on your Toothpickase Lab data table(s), graph(s), Introduction and Discussion.Be sure to calculate the rate of each reaction and use this value in your discussion.

Feel free to use the attached data table for your lab report.

**(3)**Continue to brainstorm a method for comparing the effects of chewing on sugar vs sugar free gum.**(4)**Continue to prepare outlines for the "possible" Free Response Biochemistry Questions that__will__appear on your first exam which is scheduled for this Wednesday.**Tuesday, September 16th***** * * Review for your Biochemistry Exam tomorrow! * * ***

**Wednesday, September 17th***** * * Biochemistry Exam * * *****(1)**Continue working on your Toothpickase Lab data table(s), graph(s), Introduction and Discussion.Be sure to calculate the rate of each reaction in your Results section and use this value in your

discussion when explaining the changes in the rate of each reaction. Feel free to use the attached

data table for your lab report. This report will be due on Monday.

**(2)**Continue to brainstorm a method for comparing the effects of chewing on sugar vs sugar free gum.**Thursday, September 18th****(1)**Review and begin to prepare outlines for the "possible" Free Response questions that will appear on your next exam.**(2)**Begin the Ch.7 Interactive Learning Guide.**(3)**Continue working on your Toothpickase Lab data table(s), graph(s), Introduction and Discussion.Be sure to calculate the rate of each reaction in your Results section and use this value in your discussion when explaining the changes in the rate of each reaction. Feel free to use the attached

data table for your lab report. This report will be due on Monday.

**(4)**Continue to brainstorm a method for comparing the effects of chewing on sugar vs sugar free gum.**Friday, September 19th****(1)**Complete the Toothpickase Lab Report (all lab report sections required EXCEPT the methodology). Be sure to self-assess your work by completing the SELF section on the Lab report Rubric BEFORE coming to class. Also, be sure to calculate the rate of each reaction in your Results section and use this value in your discussion when explaining the changes that occurred in the rate of each reaction. Feel free to use the attached data table for your lab report. This report will be due on Tuesday.**(2)**Complete the Ch.7 Interactive Learning Guide excluding the MC questions. These will be do later.**(3)**Prepare outlines for the "possible" Free Response questions that will appear on your next Cytology exam.**(4)**Check the Mr. Collea "Hot Seat" Schedule to see when you are scheduled to meet with Mr. Collea to discuss your performance in AP Biology so far this year.**Monday, September 22nd****(1)**Complete the Toothpickase Lab Report (all lab report sections required EXCEPT the methodology). Be sure to self-assess your work by completing the SELF section on the Lab report Rubric BEFORE coming to class. Also, be sure to calculate the rate of each reaction in your Results section and use this value in your discussion when explaining the changes that occurred in the rate of each reaction. Feel free to use the attached data table for your lab report. This report will be due on Tuesday**(2)**Prepare outlines for the "possible" Free Response questions that will appear on your next Cytology exam.*** * * Ch. 7 Interactive Learning Guide is due * * ***

**Tuesday, September 23rd***** * * Tootpickase Lab Report is due * * *****(****1)**Start the Ch.7 MC questions. These will be do on Wednesday.**(2)**Prepare outlines for the "possible" Free Response questions that will appear on your next exam.**Wednesday, September 24th****(1)**Get your Biochemistry Exam signed by your parents. Make sure they sign the front of the exam by your overall grade and also next to the grade (fraction of points received) on the Free Response section.**Thursday, September 25th**No Homework

**Friday, September 26th**No Homework

**Monday, September 29th****(1)**Continue to prepare outlines for the "possible" FRQs that will appear on your next exam.**(2)**Begin the Ch.8 Interactive Learning Guide excluding the MC questions. These will be do later.**(3)**Read and sign Student Safety Contract.**Tuesday, September 30th****(1)**Continue to prepare outlines for the "possible" FRQs that will appear on your next exam.**(2)**Begin the Ch.8 Interactive Learning Guide excluding the MC questions. These will be do later.**(3)**Preview Diffusion and Osmosis Lab by reading the lab and watching Paul Andersen's video about the**Diffusion and Osmosis Lab****Wednesday, October 1st****(1)**Begin answering the Diffusion/Osmosis Lab questions that do not require data from the lab to answer.**Thursday, October 2nd****(1)**Continue working on the Diffusion/Osmosis Lab questions.**(2)**Graph the dialysis tubing data.**(3)**Watch the**video**and complete the**worksheet**on Bozeman Science about Water Potential.**(4)**Continue to prepare outlines for the "possible" FRQs that will appear on your next exam.**(5)**Continue working in your Ch.8 Interactive Learning Guide and start the MC questions which willbe due on Monday.

**Friday, October 3rd****(1)**Continue working on Diffusion/Osmosis Lab Question which are due on Tuesday.**(2)**Complete Water Potential Worksheet which is due on Monday.**(3)**Cytology FRQ's**(4)**Ch.8 MC will be due on Tuesday as well.**Monday, October 6th****(1)**Finish the Diffusion/Osmosis Lab.**(2)**Finish Ch.8 MC.**Tuesday, October 7th****(1)**Prepare for your Cytology exam on Thursday.**Wednesday, October 8th****(1)**Prepare for your Cytology exam.**Thursday, October 9th*******Cytology Exam*******Friday, October 10th****(1)**Start your Ch. 10 Photosynthesis Interactive Learning Guide. Do not do questions 9,20,21,22,23,26.**(2)**Prepare outlines for FRQ's #'s 1 and 2.**Tuesday, October 14th****(1)**Start the Introduction for your Photosynthesis Lab.**(2)**Continue with Ch.10 MC.**Wednesday, October 15th****(1)**Review notes on the Calvin Cycle while watching Animation 10E The Calvin Cycle**(2)**Watch BOTH of the Bozeman Videos on the Photosynthesis Lab we will be starting tomorrow.**(3)**Continue working on the Photosynthesis MC questions which will be collected on Friday.**Thursday, October 16th****(1)**Complete Photosynthesis MC questions.**(2)**Develop a hypothesis and construct a data table for YOUR photosynthesis experiment utilizing theleaf-disk assay method.

**Friday, October 17th****(1)**Design a methodology for YOUR photosynthesis experiment.**(2)**Start the Ch's 36,35 and 37 / Plant Transport Interactive Learning Guide. Do not do Question 18.**Monday, October 20th****(1)**Continue with your Photosynthesis Lab Report and your Plant Transport MC questions.**Tuesday, October 21st****(1)**Start the WOW Biolabs Plant Transpiration Activity.**(2)**Continue with your Photosynthesis Lab Report and your Plant Transport MC questions.**Wednesday, October 22nd****(1)**Finish Plant Transpiration Lab data gathering, graphs and post-lab questions.**(2)**Finish the Plant Transport MC questions which are due tomorrow.**Thursday, October 23rd****(1)**Review for your test tomorrow.**Friday, October 24th***** * * Photosynthesis / Plant Transport Exam * * *****(1)**Complete Photosynthesis Lab Report and Self-Assessment using the rubric you downloaded and printed out.**(2)**Complete Transpiration Lab Graphs and Post-Lab Questions.**(3)**Complete the Ch.9 Interactive Learning Guide (omit #"s 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 26, 31 and 33).**Monday, October 27th****(1)**Complete the Ch.9 Interactive learning Guide (omit #'s 8,9,10,11,12,13,26,31 and 33)**(2)**FRQ #1**Tuesday, October 28th****(1)**Start working on your Ch.9 MC questions which will be due on Friday.**(2)**FRQ's 1 and 2**Wednesday, October 29th****(1)**Continue working on your Ch.9 MC which will be due on Friday.**Thursday, October 30th****(1)**Continue working on your Ch.9 MC which will be due tomorrow.**Friday, October 31st****(1)**Read Respiration Lab**(2)**Complete Respiration PreLab while watching the animation or video for the lab.**HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!****Monday, November 3rd****(1)**Continue with your Human Transport Study Guide.**(2)**Start the Human Transport MC questions.**(3)**FRQ #5**Tuesday, November 4th****(1)**Continue with your Human Transport Study Guide.**(2)**Continue with the Human Transport MC questions which will be due on Thursday**(3)**FRQ #'s 2, 3 and 4**Wednesday, November 5th****(1)**Graph the data from the Lab**(2)**Begin the Discussion Questions in your Respiration Lab.**(3)**Continue with your Human Transport Study Guide and MC questions.**(4)**FRQ #'s 2, 3 and 4**Thursday, November 6th****(1)**Review for your Cellular Respiration / Human Transport Exam**Friday, November 7th***** * * Cellular Respiration / Human Transport Exam * * *****(1)**Complete the Ch.16 Study Guide except questions 4, 11, 13, 28 and 30.**(2)****Go to a Veteran's Day Parade and say THANK YOU to a veteran(s)!***You have Tuesday off for a VERY important reason!**If you're not sure why you have Veteran's Day off...click below:*

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