Turn in your lab paper to the 'draft' assignment by 4pm.
1. Speciation, continued
2. Breakout: assign/discuss Population Genetics (Hardy-Weinberg) group lab paper. Create and share the document with the group
3. Draft your part of the group lab paper
use your first lab paper to inform your work, and the rubric
4. Speciation Review via Connecting Concepts Interactive
5. Read/take notes 17.2
• Tuesday webpage not posted, sorry!
• Want the paper 'buffet' of unit work? Drive by at the front circle between 2:30 and 3:00 today, or access via the box outside the main office (?)
New Unit: Macroevolution
1. SS: Speciation
2. POGIL: Reproductive Isolation
3. Edit lab papers, turn in
4. Read/take notes 17.1
5. Review your MC test on AP Classroom (?)
1. Unit Exam
MC in AP Classroom - Check your answers before leaving, test closes at 9
Short FRQ in a Google Form
Final edits to your lab paper; turn in
Reads/take notes/answer the assigned questions for textbook section 17.1
Microevolutio: Last Word. optional assignments- No time to do these assignments in DL, but consider doing one (all!) anyway. They are interesting, challenging, and relevant. They are not extra credit, but I will give credit for doing them.
Exam postponed until tomorrow
Locked out of CB site all evening.
1. H-W lab
• from the class data, find allele frequencies per generation; graph same
see if your frequencies agree with the groups; share graphics; make edits
• write the analysis: CER and discussion
• divvy up the lab paper assignments; record here
2. Finish the lab analysis (lab 'notebook' version)
3. Review for tomorrow's exam: Quizlet, Made ronline MC, AP Classroom, review sheet, anchor paper, etc. Those review resources are linked in GC here
4. The exam is starting at 8:00 AM, and is on AP Classroom. Make sure you can log into AP Classroom, find the practice test, choose an answer on a test question, and see how to submit your work.
1. Lab: Population Genetics (Methods slides 8-11)
2. Run Case I: Ideal Conditions
Report your mating results/new offspring genotype each gen
3. Read/mark-up the lab background. Complete the pre-lab for Cases II and III (slide 12); turn in
4. Compare your H-W problem set to the key
5. Review the H-W conditions via TED-Ed: Five Fingers of Evolution video & 'think' questions
6. Draft a lab paper, your choice from the three we have done (Variation within a Population; Variation Between Population; or Evolution via Selection