Homework Assignments

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Monday, Sept. 26 (17/163)

posted by Peter Bishop   [ updated ]

AP Biology:   Read chapter 3 in Cliff's and chapter 6 in the textbook.
                        Click for PowerPoints:  Cells, A More Detailed Tour, Membranes
                        Click for Crash Course:  Biological Molecules
                        Click for Khan Academy:  Parts of a Cell, Membranes and Transport

Biology C:     Read sections 7.1 and 7.2.  Fill in the Study Guide as you read.
                        Click for PowerPoint: 
Cells.
                     
Biology D:     Read sections 7.1 and 7.2.  Fill in the Study Guide as you read.
                        Click for PowerPoint:  Cells.

Chemistry:    Read section 5.2
                        Answer (to your own satisfaction) questions on pg 134.
  
                        Click for PowerPoints:
                        Light Waves, Light Particles, Electrons are Waves, Filling the Seats.
                        Click for videos:
                        Orbitals, More on Orbitals, Quantum Numbers and Orbitals,
                        Scientific Notation (Bozeman)

Honors:         Complete the Nuclear Energy Homework Questions for tomorrow.

Physics:        Finish problems 21-24 on pg 75.
                        Check your answers in the back of the book (pg 660).
                        Click for video:  Galileo's Gravity Experiment

Friday, Sept. 23 (16 / 164)

posted Sep 23, 2016, 10:13 AM by Peter Bishop

AP Biology:   Read chapter 3 in Cliff's and chapter 6 in the textbook.        e
                     Essay on Cell Biology is due on Monday.       
                     Click for PowerPoints:  Th lls, A More Detailed Tour

Biology C:     Read sections 7.1 and 7.2.  Fill in the Study Guide as you read.
                     Click for PowerPoint: 
Cells.
                     
Biology D:     Read sections 7.1 and 7.2.  Fill in the Study Guide as you read.
                     Click for PowerPoint:  Cells.

Chemistry:    Read section 5.2
                     Answer (to your own satisfaction) questions on pg 134.
  
                     Click for PowerPoints:
                     Light Waves, Light Particles, Electrons are Waves, Filling the Seats.

Physics:        Finish problems 21-24 on pg 75.
                     Check your answers in the back of the book (pg 660).

Thursday, Sept. 22 (15 / 165)

posted Sep 22, 2016, 11:09 AM by Peter Bishop

AP Biology:   Read chapter 3 in Cliff's and chapter 6 in the textbook.               

Biology C:     Read sections 7.1 and 7.2.  Fill in the Study Guide as you read.
                     Click for PowerPoint:  Cells
                     
Biology D:     No HW.

Chemistry:    No HW.                         

Physics:        Try problems 13-20 on pp 72-74.
                     Please note there is a typo on the equation sheet. 
                     Second-to-last equation should be  d = Vit + (1/2)at^2
                     Check your answers in the back of the book (pg 660).

Wednesday, Sept. 21 (14 / 166)

posted Sep 21, 2016, 10:14 AM by Peter Bishop

AP Biology:   Essay test is tomorrow.
                     Review pp 18-24 in Cliff's Notes and 77-89 in the textbook.
                
Biology C:     Read sections 7.1 and 7.2.  Fill in the Study Guide as you read.
                     Click for PowerPoint:  Cells
                     
Biology D:     Test tomorrow.  Finish up your Lab Report with graph.
                     Click for PowerPoints: 
                     Food pH LabScavenger Hunt ReviewEnzymes, Jeopardy

Chemistry:    No HW.
                     Click for PowerPoint:  Bohr Model Lab
                     Click for Handout:  Bohr Model Lab                 

Physics:        Read section 4.1.  Do problems 6-12 on pp 68-69.
                     Check your answers in the back of the book (pg 660).

Tuesday, Sept. 20 (13 / 167)

posted Sep 19, 2016, 5:53 PM by Peter Bishop

AP Biology:   Essay test has been moved to Thursday.
                     Review pp 18-24 in Cliff's Notes and 77-89 in the textbook.
                     Click here for Bozeman Science videos on Proteins and DNA.
                
Biology C:     No HW.
                                          
Biology D:     No HW.

Chemistry:    No HW.
                     Click for PowerPoint:  Bohr Model Lab
                     Click for Handout:  Bohr Model Lab                 

Physics:        No HW tonight.

Monday, Sept. 19 (12 / 168)

posted Sep 19, 2016, 10:30 AM by Peter Bishop   [ updated Sep 19, 2016, 10:39 AM ]

AP Biology:   Essay test tomorrow during X1 on Proteins and/or DNA.
                     Review pp 18-24 in Cliff's Notes and 77-89 in the textbook.
                     Click for PowerPoints:   Macromolecules, Proteins and DNA
                
Biology C:     Test tomorrow.  Lab report is NOT due tomorrow.
                     Click for PowerPoints:  Food pH LabScavenger Hunt ReviewEnzymes, Jeopardy
                     
Biology D:     Review the questions on page 48.  Lab report is NOT due tomorrow.
                     Click for PowerPoints:  Food pH LabScavenger Hunt ReviewEnzymes

Chemistry:    No HW.
                     Click for PowerPoint:  Bohr Model Lab
                     Click for Handout:  Bohr Model Lab                 

Physics:        No HW tonight.

Wednesday, Sept. 14 (9 / 171)

posted Sep 14, 2016, 10:36 AM by Peter Bishop   [ updated Sep 14, 2016, 11:19 AM ]

AP Biology:   I will be out tomorrow, so the essays that were due tomorrow may be turned in on Friday.
                     Click for PowerPoints:  Properties of WaterWater PotentialMacromolecules
                
Biology C:     Read section 2.4 and answer questions on pg 53 to your own satisfaction.
                     Click for PowerPoints:  Food pH LabScavenger Hunt ReviewEnzymes
                     
Biology D:     Read section 2.3 and answer questions on pg 48 to your own satisfaction.
                     Click for PowerPoints:  Food pH LabScavenger Hunt ReviewEnzymes

Chemistry:    Test tomorrow.
                     Click for PowerPoints:  Atomic TheoriesHow Atoms DifferRadioactive DecayJeopardy                      

Physics:        No HW tonight.

Tuesday, Sept. 13 (8 / 172)

posted Sep 13, 2016, 11:15 AM by Peter Bishop

AP Biology:   Essay is due Thursday.
                     Click for PowerPoints:  Properties of Water, Water Potential, Macromolecules
                
Biology C:     Read section 2.3 and answer questions on pg 48 to your own satisfaction.
                     Click for PowerPoints:  Food pH Lab, Scavenger Hunt Review, Enzymes
                     
Biology D:     Read section 2.2 and answer questions on pg 43 to your own satisfaction.
                     
Chemistry:    Read section 4.4 and answer questions 26 & 27 to your own satisfaction.
                     Click for PowerPoints:  Atomic Theories, How Atoms Differ, Radioactive Decay

Physics:        No HW tonight.

Monday, Sept. 12 (7 / 173)

posted Sep 12, 2016, 10:44 AM by Peter Bishop

AP Biology:   Essay is due Thursday.
                
Biology C:     Read section 2.2 and answer questions on pg 43 to your own satisfaction.
                     
Biology D:     Read section 2.2 and answer questions on pg 43 to your own satisfaction.
                     
Chemistry:    Read section 4.4 and answer questions 26 & 27 to your own satisfaction.
                     
Physics:        Quiz on Tuesday.   If you want more practice problems, try 10-20 on page 60.  The answers are in the back of the book. 

Friday, Sept. 9 (6 / 174)

posted Sep 9, 2016, 11:21 AM by Peter Bishop

AP Biology:   Monday we will continue the Campfire with chapter 4
                
Biology C:     Read pages 35-39 and answer questions on pg 39 to your own satisfaction.
                     Click here for today's PowerPoint.

Biology D:     Read pages 35-39 and answer questions on pg 39 to your own satisfaction.
                     Click here for today's PowerPoint.

Chemistry:    Read section 5.1 (pp 117-126).  Look at the questions on page 126.
                     
Physics:        Quiz on Tuesday.   If you want more practice problems, try 10-20 on page 60.  The answers are in the back of the book. 
                     

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