...and AP Bio's own Camille, to boot!
See the interview here on the Virtual 2014 Wall of Fame
2. No Sloppy Science
3. Lab C : Progress?
Turn your data to results - a model
4. Make sure plants have water for the weekend
HW: Lab C: Graph the changes in beak frequency over time (generations)
"Frog Decline" consider X axis scale in light of herbicide concentrations
1. Lab B: Did you analyze the graph pattern?
2. Lab, part C
have Lab B and Origin text stamped
HW: Vocabulary defined (separate from notes)
Complete Selection POGIL, Model 1
Quiz Friday - vocab, SD/SE
1. DISCUSS Median text
2. CHECK & water Fast Plants
3. PLAN your methods for the inquiry lab,part C
4. Have your Buffet work stamped
HW: Yes, always. The Origin excerpt & Lab B completed before next class. Bring a tool that can serve as your beak variation for part C.
1. The meaning of all this math - practice Q
Lab A stamped
Ch 15 notes, buffet pages ready for stamp?
2. Lab B: How does your population grow?
3. Water your Fast Plants
4. Buffet work: Frog decline
HW: By Monday: Ch 15 notes; SD worksheet; SOAPS Analysis of "Median' text; bring a 'tool' that can pick up seeds one by one.
1. Lab A complete? Share analyses; stamp work
2. Set up grow chambers/plant seeds for part D
3. Lab B, Biotic potential s'math
HW: Take notes on Chapter 15
Buffet: Define Microevolution & Origins Terms
SD/SE practice page
SOAPS analysis prompts for Median text
1. Variation results shared
same means, median, modes between two pops?
2. PPT : Quantitatively describing a population
3. Find SD/SE of your data; compare to table partners: same or different?
• Finish Selection Lab, part A (histogram; mean, med, mode; SD and SE; graph comparing the means (with SE) of the two 'populations at your table.
• Start the notes from the text (sections are listed on syllabus at front of 'buffet'
• Tackle a buffet item or two (SD/SE practice is a few pages in)
1. Pick up: Course information, Selection lab, Evolution syllabus & Homework Buffet; Check out text from library
2. Sample MC/FRQ AP exam questions
3. Lab: Quantifying variation in a population
Read the course info; begin unit notes/buffet.
Get a sturdy lab notebook and other required materials (listed on home page).
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