HAPPY NEW YEAR! Pick a new seat
1. TEDx video on gratitude
2. Course evaluation
3. Using Hardy-Weinberg to identify a evolving population
card model/ppt intro
4. HW: notes: 5ed 21.1-3/6ed 22.1-3
complete first taste test data table (in pencil!) by following
the steps in the lab handout
FIELD TRIP sign ups are now open. Trip descriptions and required forms (2) are available in class or to download from this site (home page)
1. Have vocab stamped; show me your stamps
2. Present evolution Case Study
3. Leave your lab notebook.
Have a great holiday!
(Got free time? Use your review book, review content via links on this web page, or read ahead into chapters 21 5e/22 6e, or for interest in Human evolution 22/23)
1. Respiration Exams returned
2. 19.2(5e) or 20.2(6e) notes stamped, discussed: Other Mechanisms of Change
3. Selection Lab results discussed
4. HW: Prepare for Case Study presentations
Define vocab, Terms List 6
1. Do you have all three evolution stamps thus far?
(chapters on evidence, genes within populations; case study)
2. Case study example/meet with partners
3. Lab trials complete?
4. Notes reviewed/ppt: More on variation, the bell curve
5. HW: 19.2(5e)/20.2(6e) - only "5 Agents of Evolutionary Change"
Finish Beak selection graph and analysis in lab notebook
Start on vocab (terms list posted)
1. Reading notes stamped
Case study effort stamped
Turn in lab essay
2. Selection notes, cont.
3. @ lab: Finch selection model
4. HW: KNOW your case study
1. Peer-edit Respiration lab write-ups
2. Pre-test: Evolution
3. Evolution 101: Case Studies
Choose case/presentation partners
4. HW: Read/take notes:
1.3 (both texts)
19.1 & 19.3(5ed)/20.1 & 20.3 (6ed)
Your selection case study - Identify these same principles/conditions that explain how selection occurred in the population
Bring in a tool you can use for picking up beans