Homework for the weekend for TFIII, TWF, and TFIV.

HW for the weekend for TFIII, TWF, and TFIV. (For MWH, see the previous post. That HW is due Monday.)

Read and take notes on 148-149 and answer question 5 on 151 – this will be checked!

Study for your quiz on atoms, bohr diagrams, bonding and solutions – Tuesday for TFIII and TFIV, Wednesday for TWF.

For TFIII and TFIV, your post-lab questions are due Tuesday.

For next Friday: Notes on 19-21, Q 2 on 23; 149-151, Q 4 on 151 – checked!

Bio HW for TFIII and TFIV

Here’s the homework for TFIII and TFIV due Friday. (For TWF and MWH, this homework will likely be due later.)

  • Pick at least 4 elements and practice calculating the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons, and finding symbol, atomic # and mass – checked!
  • Pick 3 elements and draw Bohr diagrams for each – checked!
  • Read and take notes on pgs 141-144 in the textbook.
  • Read the packet on bonding up to “hydrogen bonding.” Highlight and answer the in-text questions.
  • Quiz next week on atoms, bohr diagrams, bonds, and solutions

HW for Biology for the week of 9.8.08

HW for biology due the first time I see you in class next week. (Monday for the MWH class, Tuesday for everyone else.)

  • Write a review of your experiment that you presented in class.
    Paragraph One: Present the question, your experiment, and what you think its strengths are. What are your predicted results? How will you measure them?

    Paragraph Two: What you could do to improve your experiment? How could you expand your experimental? What problems might you encounter performing the experiment? How could you address these problems?

  • Finish your variables activity!
  • If you have not taken notes on pages 6-18, you should catch up on these. DON’T FALL BEHIND!

HW for Senior Project for Monday!

HW for Senior Project – DUE MONDAY:

Using the annotation strategies from the reading, students should find one article (3-5 pages in length) related to one of their topics that has an arguable thesis. Then they will annotate the article– paying close attention to how the author argues the issue. Students should also come up with a list of 10 questions that aided their understanding of the author’s argument. (To find an article students can use the online research database at DC Public Library)

HW for Bio, 9/2/08

Homework for biology, 9/2/08

For TWF, TF3 and TF4, this homework is due Friday. For MWH, this is due Thursday.

  • Write a review of your group’s experiment and how you would test the question at hand.
    • Paragraph One: Present the question, your experiment, and what you think its strengths are. What are your predicted results? How will you measure them?

      Paragraph Two: What you could do to improve your experiment? How could you expand your experimental? What problems might you encounter performing the experiment? How could you address these problems?

  • Text reading on the scientific method – 11-18. Questions 1, 2 and 4 on page 18. (Checked, not collected.)
  • Winning team should email me their procedures by the next class.