Finish Chapter 15 portion of Genetics Unit (pages 67-98)
discuss sex-linked genes and linked genes
follow procedure in scroll down box on the left
submit your journal (only #1-5) and data table to Berwick's email
MU: Review PowerPoint pages above, and the free response question and answer above and do HW.
Review questions on sex linked traits and FRQs
Brainstorm factors that will affect the traits seen within a population.
Individually brainstorm what you know about Charles Darwin share out with the class
who was he, what did he do, where did he live, when did he live...
HW: Print What Darwin Never Knew Video Questions Day 1. Start reading Chapter 22, review PowerPoint pages above, and start making flash cards for terms in this chapter.
MU: Get questions answer about sex-linked traits and FRQs, review PowerPoint pages linked above, copy notes from someone who was in class, and do HW.
Start Chapter 22, 23, and 24 Notes: Evolution (pages 1-12)
Watch What Darwin Never Knew Video (about 25 min)
answer Day 1 Video Questions while watching
HW: Print Day 2 Video Questions.
Continue Day 1 What Darwin Never Knew Video (through 53 mins)
Review Day 1 Video Questions
Start Chapter 22, 23, and 24 Notes: Evolution (pages 13-25)
Types of Selection Activity to review
Directional, Stabilizing, Disruptive, Artificial and Sexual
HW: Continue working on flash cards for Chapter 22 and 23
MU: Watch more of video and answer questions that go with the part you watch and work on flashcards for Chapter 22 and 23.
What is an adaptation?
Read from Why We Get Sick
Continue watching What Darwin Never Knew Video
Finish watching What Darwin Never Knew Video
answer Day 2 Video Questions while watching and then review answers
Review Day 2 Video Questions
Continue Chapter 22, 23, and 24 Notes: Evolution (pages 23-26)
phylogenetic trees or cladograms to represent connections between organisms
HW: Complete Day 2 Video Questions, Review Chapter 22, 23, and 24 Notes: Evolution (pages 23-26),
MU: Finish watching What Darwin Never Knew Video and complete Day 2 Video Questions
Continue Chapter 22, 23, and 24 Notes: Evolution (pages 27-43)
HW: Start reading Chapter 23, review PowerPoint pages above, and start making flash cards for terms in this chapter, watch Genetic Drift Video and study for Evolution Quiz.
MU: Review PowerPoint pages above, come in after school to make up Evolution Quiz and do HW.
Review Evolution clarifying questions
take, grade and discuss
Continue Chapter 22, 23, and 24 Notes: Evolution (pages 44-47)
do Hardy Weinberg Equilibrium practice problem
HW: Review for AP Biology Exam
MU: Come in before or after school to take the Evolution quiz, review PowerPoint pages above, and get practice problem from someone in class to review.
in table groups using wipe boards
Do PTC Hardy-Weinberg Equation Example (Part A from AP BIO Lab 8: Population Genetics and Evolution)
Discuss pre-lab for Monday/Tuesday
HW: Do pre-lab for AP BIO Lab 8: Population Genetics and Evolution (data table from Part A with calculations, 10 sentences from background, objectives, read through procedure, andd copy all section to collect data/calculations for Part B) and study for quiz using website and review book.
MU: Finish reviewing PowerPoint above, come in after school to make up PTC paper Hardy-Weinberg Equation (Part A from AP BIO Lab 8: Population Genetics and Evolution) and do pre-lab for AP BIO Lab 8: Population Genetics and Evolution and study for quiz using website and review book.
April 18th, 2016 (4th period votes for different order so April 19th, then 20th then 18th)
Go over any questions from reviewing for quiz or AP Test
Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium Quiz
take, grade, discuss
Check off pre-lab while taking quiz
HW: Come up with your mating dance for lab tomorrow :)
MU: Come in after school to make up Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium Quiz, get pre-lab checked off and review AP BIO Lab 8: Population Genetics and Evolution for tomorrow using website
go over mating interactions
go out to commons to collect data for different generations of the different test cases
HW: Do calculations and questions for AP BIO Lab 8: Population Genetics and Evolution
MU: Get class data from someone in class and do calculations and questions for AP BIO Lab 8: Population Genetics and Evolution
Review results and analysis questions for AP BIO Lab 8: Population Genetics and Evolution
HW: Review/Finish AP Free Response Questions linked above
MU: Review/Finish AP Free Response Questions linked above, get quiz graded and entered into grade book, assess AP BIO Lab 8: Population Genetics and Evolution
Review AP FRQs from last night
Finish Chapter 22, 23, and 24 Notes: Evolution (pg 49-54)
come up with some predictions and test them
Start AP Biology Investigation 3: Comparing DNA Sequences to Understand Evolutionary Relationships with BLAST (starting on pg 11)
start pre-lab: write purpose question, read background and summarize most important sentences in each paragraph on front page, copy objectives, and do Getting Started questions #1 and 2
to help prepare for the exploration explore "The Evolution of Flight in Birds" a real-world example of how cladograms are used to understand evolutionary relationships
HW: Do pre-lab for AP Biology Investigation 3: Comparing DNA Sequences to Understand Evolutionary Relationships with BLAST
MU: Review rest of Powerpoint pages above, explore Population genetics simulation program and do pre-lab for AP Biology Investigation 3: Comparing DNA Sequences to Understand Evolutionary Relationships with BLAST as stated above.
check off pre-lab
go through procedure (pg 14 of linked document) together as a class, follow each step carefully
download gene files to your computer to use in BLAST
answer Analyzing Results questions #1-4 and Evaluating Results questions #1-3
HW: Finish Analyzing Results and Evaluating Results questions and Study for AP Test
MU: Go through the procedure directions in AP Biology Investigation 3 linked above and then do Analyzing Results questions #1-4 and Evaluating Results questions #1-3
Review questions that could show up on AP test (MC #18 (pg 147))
Assess past AP Biology Inquiry Labs for necessary components using survey link.
HW: Observe an animal behavior, write down behavior you see and Study for AP Test
MU: Review questions from lab and PowerPoint pages linked above and assess your past AP Biology Inquiry Labs.
Animal Behavior and Ecology: How organisms cope with their environment?
discuss observations of animals you made and answer four questions (on pg 5 on PP) to explain the behavior
make some initial observations of the earth worms
HW: Study for AP Test and finish pre-lab for earthworm exploration or any labs that are not finished.
MU: Review Animal Behavior Notes, do HW and come in after school to make up Observations of Earthworm Behavior.
Work on Earthworm Behavior Investigation
check off pre-labs
do chi square analysis/standard deviation if you finished collecting data
HW: Work on Earthworm Behavior Investigation (modify procedure and do chi square analysis if done collecting data) and review for AP Test :)
MU: Come in before or after school to make up Earthworm Behavior Investigation, and review for AP Test.
Continue Earthworm Behavior Investigation
finish collecting data and doing statistical analysis
write conclusion- include relationship statement and indicate whether these results support your hypothesis or null hypothesis based on your explanation of chi square analysis/standard deviation. It should also include an explanation of why you think the results turned out like they did. Explain any errors or factors that affected your results and how they affected them. Can use statistical analysis to support. An example of how your results or what you learned apply the real world should then be explained. Finally, a new question or experiment should be developed to test new variables.
Share Earthworm Behavior experiments and results with class (give feedback)
Discuss abiotic vs. biotic factors
brainstorm 5 of each
Write a short paragraph about how a specific population is affected by biotic and abiotic factors
HW: Review for AP Test :) and watch Hierarchy of Life Video, Abiotic and Biotic factors Video,
MU: Review PowerPoint Notes above
Continue Animal Behavior Notes (pages 14-51)
Brainstorm ways animals communicate with each other
Responses to communication is important to survival: Partner share one example of how natural selection favors innate or learned behaviors that increase survival
Share examples of symbiotic relationships you have observed in nature-mutualism, commensalisms, parasitism
HW: Review for AP Test ;)
MU: Review end of PowerPoint above, come in and watch Life Video and take notes