Our "real" parent night is Wednesday September 18th @ 6pm in room 6-114. Students give parents the invitation and rsvp by returning the invitation with the names of those who plan to attend. The end time is open ended, parents may leave at anytime or until we finish. Parents should feel free to bring food and drinks, I know the time falls right into many people's dinner time. I will be discussing class policy, procedures and pedagogy with an emphasis on grading and reporting. In addition, I will share with you ways in which the parent might become involved in classes and/or ways to support our efforts. AP Biology parent's can be better prepared by watching the webcasts on class policy and grading.
First, complete any of today's classwork if you have not already and bring it to class on Friday. Second, bring a ping pong ball and an empty Sobe drink (per group) . Third, study Air Quiz expectations. And Lastly go to Labs and Activities tab and complete the C3 and C4 activities, due next Wednesday.
Congrats to Vivian she posted the first grades in both the unit one exam and the lab. Also congrats to Sneh and his crew of guys who completed the first wet lab and are attempting the A level.
On a more important note, I need ALL students and parents to read and sign the Lab safety contract under the Students and Parents tab. This needs to be done ASAP!
Well it did not take long, tomorrow we have a fire drill and Thursday is a half day. As a result your entire week has been cut down to a little over 2 hours of class time. This is where you must be proactive and do work each and everyday so that on Monday you hit the ground running.
All classes Do "Thinking like a Scientist 2" under the homework tab.
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Students here it is the EOC review! Go to Students and Parents tab, scroll down and you will find the review material. I suggest that you spend some time each night and over the weekend taking the practice exams, and reviewing the standards on those questions that you got incorrect. The EOC is required for graduation and counts 30% of your total grade. You are prepared but you need to put the finishing touches on your years work. Stay focused, disciplined and positive.
Do the genetic problems at the end of chapter 9, the answers are in the back of the book. Bring any questions that come up into cla
OK the expectations are posted and yes they are 4 minutes late, too bad the quizzes are still on!
The next group of outlines are as follows: 16.2, 16.3,17.2 (eukaryotic only), 17.3, 17.4(eukaryotic only), 17.5, 18.2, 18.3, 18.4, 18.5, 20 (all)
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