AP Biology Homework
AP Biology Final Project
Due Friday May 25th, 2012
For your final project you will be creating a 5 to
10 minute video “Mr. Anderson” style pre-lab video to introduce the purpose of
the lab, the materials of the lab, procedure of the lab, and data collection
mechanisms for the lab. Along with
your video you must also include questions that correspond to your video.
Your video will go into an e-book that is being used by next year’s freshmen. Your final video should be professional, serious, accurate, and performed without notes.
Your task over the next week is to:
a. Learn how to do the lab.
b. Get all of the equipment ready.
c. Practice your video.
d. Film your video
e. Submit your video to me.
f. Submit your pre-lab questions to me on a word document.
Checklist for what must be included in your video:
You will work with two students for this project. Here is the list of labs that need to be represented by your projects.
Review Topics you requested for the AP Exam
C4 and CAM Plants - watch this video
Mitosis vs. Meiosis Animation HERE
Cellular Respiration Song HERE
Macromolecules Animation HERE
Photosynthesis Animation HERE
Cellular Respiration Animation HERE
Fermentation Animation HERE
Survivorship Curves HERE
Nitrogen Cycle Animation HERE
Dihybrid Cross Animation HERE
Kidney Animation HERE
Anigosperm Life Cycle Animation HERE
Moss Life Cycle HERE
Fern Life Cycle HERE
Germ Layer Animation - mesoderm, ecotoderm, endoderm - HERE
Hardy Weinberg Equilibrium HERE
Study for your AP Biology Exam which is next Monday!
Add 3 or more topics to the class review sheet request by Wednesday at 9 p.m. so I can create two days of specific review for you.
1. Students please work on completing the Ultimate AP Bio review found below, emailed to you, and given to you in class on Friday by next Tuesday! It will help you prepare for the AP Exam on May 14th!
Watch more video Tutorials from Mr. Anderson. His channel is HERE
1. Study for Reproductive System Quiz on Monday!
2. Study for AP Final Exam on Tuesday. Please plan to stay at school until 4 p.m. on Tuesday.
See all review material found below!
3. AP Biology Pasta Dinner Feed and Study Session Sunday April 29th at Marin Catholic Room 402 from 6-8 - please let me know if you are coming.
Also some people had questions about r and k selection please watch the video below!
Please watch the Mr. Anderson Video on the Excretory System
1. Endocrine System Quiz Tomorrow
Match the Gland with the Hormone - Part A.
Match the Hormone with the Action - Part B.
Please watch these two animations:
Action Potential HERE
Synaptic Transmission HERE
Questions for the animation were passed out in class and can be found attached above.
Also attached are the video questions from today's Mr. Anderson Nervous System review HERE
The Immune System Video you will be studying in class tomorrow - please bring head phones HERE
You will have a Quiz on Thursday asking you:
a. Draw a picture of a graph explaining an action potential. Explain what is happening at each phase of the graph.
b. Explain how a message is sent across a synapse.
c. You will be asked 7 questions from the Immune System Video Questions.
Email me if you have any questions!
Thursday April 19th Circulatory Video - Mr. Anderson HERE and Organ Systems - HERE
Friday April 20th Nervous System -
10 question quiz on Circulatory System
HERE and Sensory System - HERE
Monday April 23
10 question quiz on Nervous System
Respiratory System - HERE
Tuesday April 24
10 Question Quiz on Respiratory System
Immune System - HERE
Thursday April 25
10 Question Quiz on Immune System
Endocrine System - HERE
Friday April 26
10 Question Quiz on Endocrine System
Reproductive System - HERE
Monday April 30th
10 Question Quiz on Reproductive System
Review for Final Exam
Tuesday May 1st Multiple Choice 100 Questions Final Exam - be prepared to stay 1/2 hour after school to finish test
Thursday May 3rd 2 essay questions
Friday May 4th 2 essay questions
Review for AP Exam May 7th - May 11th
AP Exam May 14th
1. Complete the pre-lab for AP Lab #12 on Dissolved Oxygen.
2. Be prepared to start this lab on Tuesday.