Homework: Week of 10/4/16

Biology Homework

Tuesday 10/4

Wednesday 10/5

  • Finish any missing Body Systems notes by using these completed slides. Remember: you are responsible for learning the function of each of the 10 body systems AND being able to match important organ to the body system they are a part of.
  • Do your memrise words everyday!

Thursday 10/6

  • Finish any missing Body Systems notes by using these completed slides. Remember: you are responsible for learning the function of each of the 10 body systems AND being able to match important organ to the body system they are a part of.
  • Do your memrise words everyday!

Friday 10/7

  • Due Monday 10/10 – Complete the How Cold is Cold? experimental design prompt. You may submit it digitally through Google Classroom or write it on a hard copy.
  • 4th period only: Due Monday 10/10 – Complete the Experimental Design Tutorial. The link is on Google Classroom. Completing the tutorial is worth a 10 pt completion grade.
  • Finish any missing Body Systems notes by using these completed slides. Remember: you are responsible for learning the function of each of the 10 body systems AND being able to match important organ to the body system they are a part of.
  • Do your memrise words everyday!

APES Homework

Tuesday 10/4

  • Due Wednesday 10/5 by 7:00am on Google Classroom – Video #8 and questions
  • New chapters on the Unit Test: 4, 5.1, 7, 14.1 – Please start reading these chapters ASAP! There will not be a quiz specifically on these chapters, they will assessed for the first time on the Unit 1 Test.
  • Chapter 4/5.1/7/14.1 Objectives due Monday 10/10 at 7:00am on turnitin.com
  • Unit 1 Test – Tuesday 10/11

Wednesday 10/5

  • Due Thursday 10/6 – Complete Biome slides. Our class slideshow is on Google Classroom. Use reliable internet resources to complete your assigned piece of the slideshow. Here are the requirements for what should go on each slide.
  • Due Thursday 10/6 – Create climatograms. You and your group should have divided up the 8 circled biomes on the bottom of the climatogram data sheet. The biomes are only labeled with a letter. Make sure you create your climatogram as a bar graph for precipitation and a line graph for temperature data. Check out these examples of climatograms!
  • New chapters on the Unit Test: 4, 5.1, 7, 14.1 – Please start reading these chapters ASAP! There will not be a quiz specifically on these chapters, they will assessed for the first time on the Unit 1 Test.
  • Chapter 4/5.1/7/14.1 Objectives due Monday 10/10 at 7:00am on turnitin.com
  • Unit 1 Test – Tuesday 10/11

Thursday 10/6

  • New chapters on the Unit Test: 4, 5.1, 7, 14.1 – Please start reading these chapters ASAP! There will not be a quiz specifically on these chapters, they will assessed for the first time on the Unit 1 Test.
  • Chapter 4/5.1/7/14.1 Objectives due Monday 10/10 at 7:00am on turnitin.com
  • Unit 1 Test – Tuesday 10/11

Friday 10/7

  • Chapters on the Unit Test: 4, 5.1, 7, 14.1 – Please start reading these chapters ASAP! There will not be a quiz specifically on these chapters, they will assessed for the first time on the Unit 1 Test.
  • Chapter 4/5.1/7/14.1 Objectives due Monday 10/10 at 7:00am on turnitin.com
  • Unit 1 Test – Tuesday 10/11
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