AP Environmental Science 1st, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Periods
Surprise! No quiz!
Today you are watching an incredible documentary on commercial fishing.
Watch the video, and complete the work, that the substitute gives you in class.
Here is the link for the video:
Blue Planet: Deep Trouble
AP Biology 6th and 7th Period
You will get a set of handouts today. Some of them are just to help you review for the test.
Your main assignment will be to complete the 14 questions on the back of the topic review guide that you will be given.
With your extra time today make sure that you complete any of the work that we have started in class. Genetics problems, yesterday’s assignment, etc…
The Importance of Bees
Unit 5 – APES
Use the following links to help answer the following questions.
Would We Starve Without Bees?
Neonicotinoid Pesticides and Bees
Briefly explain the role of the honeybee as a pollinator. Describe the process of pollination by bees.
List and describe some factors thought to contribute to the declining rates of honeybees.
Neonicotinoid pesticides have been temporarily banned in Europe. Explain why you agree or disagree with banning these pesticides.
Describe Colony Collapse Disorder and explain how neonicotinoids possibly contribute to CCD.
Describe the economic impact of the loss of honeybees.
Identify foods we consume that are bee pollinated.
Come up with a menu of what your family typically eats for dinner for one week. Divide your food items in your menu into categories (dairy, veggies, fruits, meats/poultry, grains). Cross out any foods that are bee pollinated (keep in mind the animal products you consume-what do they eat?) Once you have subtracted all the bee pollinated food items, come up with a new menu.
What is an Indicator Species? Use the website to determine whether or not you believe honeybees should be considered an indicator species. Include citations from the website to justify your answer.
11/9/17 Population Pyramid Lesson
- Watch the following videos
2. Complete the Population Pyramid questions below
3. Construct an age-structure diagram
Click Here and use the data to construct a population pyramid for Ethiopia
Make your diagram on the graph paper given to you in class, or print the image below.
AP Environmental Science 1st, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Period
- You will watch the documentary film: Mother Earth: Caring for 7 Billion, and work on the video worksheet that the substitute will provide. We will complete the worksheet when we finish the film on Wednesday. (Ms. Shapiro can help start the video if there is a problem)
For the Substitute: To watch the movie
- Log in on the teacher computer.
- click on file explorer
- click on the “s drive” or shared folder
- click on the template folder
- click on the APES folder
- The movie will be in this folder
AP Biology 6th and 7th Period
- Complete the concept map on cells and cancer (the substitute will give you a copy) Bring it back to class tomorrow.
2. Grab a laptop and compete the “Click and Learn Activity” (If the laptops are missing, then check with Ms. Baker.
CLICK AND LEARN: The Eukaryotic Cell Cycle and Cancer
This worksheet will guide you through the “click and learn” activity. Complete the worksheet on your laptop, and then print a copy when you are done. Work in lab pairs to complete this activity. Due Wednesday
First and foremost, make sure that you have read through the three topic review guides for this exam. If you know everything, great. If you don’t know everything then start by making note of anything that you don’t know or don’t understand. Look it up!
APES in a BOX Ecology Review from Benjy Wood on Vimeo.
APES in a BOX Ecological Succession from Benjy Wood on Vimeo.
APES in a BOX Ecology Review1 from Benjy Wood on Vimeo.
APES in a BOX Invasive species from Benjy Wood on Vimeo.