1. Population genetics lab due - tag it & leave your notebook
• Extra stamp SOAPS analysis?
2. AP Classroom help
• I marked 'complete' - do you now see feedback?
• If I reassign is feedback still there? How about if I check 'complete'; a second time?
3. Lab: Computer modeling population genetics
• work in pairs: one reading the model directions, partner building the model
HW: • Make correction (as needed) to the Working with Data: Butterfly Paternity assignment
• Read/take notes: 17.1
1. Midterm Exam
what did you do to study?
HW: • Make sure selection lab is complete in notebook
• Short a stamp? Read/mark up (SOAPS) either of these texts on sickle cell disease.
Nadler, Spencer. 2001. The Language of Cells, Random House, N.Y. The Burden of Sickle Cells – JSTOR. (Sign up for free account) Reprint
Begley, Sharon. "We know what causes sickle cell disease. Where's the cure?" STAT. STAT, 09 Aug. 2016. Web. 02 Aug. 2017. Reprint
1. Turn in (!) the WWD homework
2. Selection Lab, continued
make a copy of the data to work in; generate allele frequencies, graph of same
3. Lab follow up Q on the final slide of each lab ppt (Selection, Population Genetics)
4. Review Book Q
HW: • Lab analysis
• Review the unit for an exam Thursday
review resources on this webpage at unit resources > unifying theory, scroll down to tools for review
1. Quizzes reviewed
Ch 16 notes and Q finished? Stamped
2. H-W Practice problems - check your work
come in for help if you need a tutorial
3. Population Genetics Lab, continued
IV, DV, Q ,Hypotheses
Data Dance Party
HW: • Buffet: WWD Butterfly paternity (absent? use this edited version)
• Test Thursday; start reviewing via AP Classroom assignment 'Selection'. (not yet signed up for AP Classroom? Go to myAP.collegeboard.org> join the AP Bio course > submit the join code (YMADGM ) > verify course info > fill out registration info.
1. H-W POGIL stamped, reviewed
2. PPT: H-W Practice Problems
3. PPT: Hemoglobin & Sickle Cell Disease
4. Lab: Quantifying Evolution
HW: • Notes: 16.3; plus assigned chapter q
• Buffet: H-W practice problem page (the lab has the steps to use, as does the class ppt has the steps and the examples we did in class today. this website > unit resources > unifying theory: evolution > PPT Hardy Weinberg)
1. Vocabulary, 16.1 & 2 stamped
H-W POGIL Model 1, pair-share
turn in stamp page
2. A dynamic bell curve
expect climate change q on the exam
3. PPT: Quantifying change
4. Lab: Quantifying evolution via Hardy-Weinberg
summarize background, class illustrative example: taste tests
HW: • Watch Bozeman Science on The Five Fingers of Evolution (this webpage > unit resources > unifying theory > media). Consider adding this mnemonic to your notes on H-W
• Buffet: Finish Model 2 of the POGIL
• Review how to solve H-W problems via Bozeman Science: Solving H-W Problems (same path to link)
Notice that all the class PPTs, lab links, etc, are uploaded for your to use for review or if you miss class, PLUS a curated set of other useful resources relevant to the topic. Use them!
1. Practice FRQ
brainstorm/whiteboard answers as a group; score it.
score a student released answer
review via Quizlet live
HW: • POGIL: The H-W equations, through Q10
• Edit your lab paper via feedback, and for grammar, content clarity, use of science vocabulary, completeness...
1. Case Studies white-boarded, shared
Check your POGIL; have stamped
POGIL: Selection and speciation reviewed /PPT same
2. PPT: Other mechanisms of change
HW: • Notes & Q: 16.1
• Buffet: Define vocabulary: all terms, plus underlined greek/latin roots
Best practice: read multiple definitions, write original one; if you use definitions already in Quizzlet, choose multiple for the same term for your flashcard set, so you do not get 'stuck' recognizing one memorized definition
• Quiz Thursday: matching terms and definitions, applying math
Presumed skills: mode, median, etc metrics; percent; percent change (you can use the IS formula sheet).
On formula sheet: mean, rate, SD & SE
• Final lab paper will be due after I read/give feedback (please be patient) and you edit
1. Lab notebook: feedback
2. Text: Origin excerpt discussed
3. PPT: Selection
4. Selection Case studies
read & annotate for steps leading to evolution; whiteboard same
5. POGIL: Selection & Speciation
HW: • Finish the POGIL/Read.take notes 16.2 concurrently
• Draft a paper - Variation Lab, part 1 OR part 2
grading rubric here
1. The Median isn't the Message stamped, SOAPS discussed
2. PPT: Darwin looks to Malthus
3. Fast Plant
• water and pollinate plants
• P generation class data: the data is sorted for you; determine/record the descriptive metrics in a results table (include a row for the f1) & create a histogram of the P generation population.
HW: • Work on Lab C: pre-lab (slide 27), descriptive stats of the P generation, and a histogram of same.
• Buffett: Read/annotate as directed the text excerpt from On the Origins of Species