Welcome students! The blog tab is my avenue of communication to you, the student. It is here that I will post homework, updates and other notes of importance. It is expected that you check this periodically, once a day or every other day. Have a great year...Mo Jr.
OK, here are the details on the data analysis science process assessment. Google math is fun or go to my links tab and click that link. On the home page of math is fun, click "Data". Scroll down to "What is data?" (in brownish orange color) and click the first and second blue links. After clicking each of these read the material and answer all the questions. Now scroll down to the title "How to Show Data" in this set you are responsible for the following blue links: bar graphs, pie charts, line graphs, scatter plots, histograms and cumulative tables and graphs. Once again click each, read the material and answer the questions. Now scroll down one more time and find "Comparing Data" repeat the process for the second, third and fourth blue links. Any of this material is fair game for your assessment in class. If you feel comfortable with the material you do not have to do all the problems however be careful because the problems in each set get harder as you go and I will be asking the harder type problems on our assessment. Those of you who do all the problems will have an advantage of familiarity because I will use the same graphs etc from this site and write my own similar questions to them.
Hey guys, Sorry... the link to exam seven expectations was screwed up but it is now fixed. Also the links to the modeling process assessment are now posted. Go to the MYP tab, go to labs, go unit seven you will need to print all three of the links, follow directions you should be fine. The other process skill..."data analysis" is not ready yet I will post the link and directions as soon as I find a few minutes. In the meantime the website is called math is fun, then click "data". You will have to wait for the specifics but basically start at the top and work your way down.
You have homework! Go to the AP Environmental tab and scroll down to Labs & Activities. After you click Labs & Activities go C3 and C4 labs. Click each link and follow the directions. You only need to complete Part 1 in each of them however please print out the entire lab and bring it to our next class. In addition you will also have to find and print a map of Peru as well, this will make more sense once you begin. Do not forget to rsvp about Parent Night.
All classes Do "Thinking like a Scientist 2" under the homework tab.
4th hour complete the 2 la
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, Here we go our final push before the EOC. This month we will address cell division and genetics. If time permits we can look at a some cell topics before the exam. In the meantime, your homework is chapter 8.1 to 8.11, read and outline. Due April 4th and 5th. I will try to post the new powerpoints in the next hour or so.
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