Monday, January 25, 2010

IB Biology, Yeast Fermentation Lab Raw Data for SEVENTH PERIOD

Please note that my numbering system, such as Vanilla Extract II, are simply what I used to indicate different tests of the same substance. All data were copied from the board as accurately as possible -- Thanks goes to Stephen for sending me what he copied so I could cross-check! Remember that in the lab, be consistent as to how many significant digits you include.

IB Bio, Yeast Fermentation Lab Data for Seventh Period

Weekly Update!

Welcome to another exciting week of second semester!

This week's agenda -

Monday -
  • IB History of the Americas (Mr. Jones) - There will be a quiz on the terms from The Western Experience, Chapter 27, assigned during Mr. Jones's absence.
  • IB Spanish IV (Sr. Alemañy) - IB orals will continue.
  • IB English IV (Mrs. Benson) - The study guide on Part I, Chapters 1-5 of Crime and Punishment will be due. Be sure to write in black or dark blue ink (if not typing) and in complete sentences.
Tuesday -
  • IB Spanish IV (Sr. Alemañy) - IB orals will continue.
Wednesday -
  • IB Spanish IV (Sr. Alemañy) - IB orals will continue.
  • IB Chemistry III (Mrs. Smith) - The organic modeling lab will be due. Be sure to follow the IB rubric.
  • IB Biology (Mrs. Bidwell) - The Yeast Fermentation Lab is due.
Thursday -
  • IB Spanish IV (Sr. Alemañy) - IB orals will continue.
Friday -
  • IB Spanish IV (Sr. Alemañy) - IB orals will continue.
  • APUSH (Mr. Rose) - There is a quiz on Chapter 13 from Princeton.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

AP Chemistry Exam: Summary

This is what Mr. Mitchell told us would be on the exam.

Chapters 1-13, except 6 and 11.

Topics covered in 36 MC:
  • Atomic structure (chapters 1, 7, 8): 7 MC
  • Bonding (9, 10, 13): 6 MC
  • Gases (12): 7 MC
  • Molecular forces (9, 10, 13): 5 MC
  • Periodic trends: 2 MC
  • Stoichiometry (5): 9 MC
Topics in 3 FR:
  • Gases, molecular forces/bonding
  • Atomic theory
  • Stoichiometry.

Monday, January 11, 2010

AP Eng. Lang. and Comp., Shakespearean Sonnet Graphic Organizers

While I made these last year, I was unable to upload them to Scribd until now --

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Friday, January 8, 2010

AP Biology Semester Exam Review

The AP Biology Semester Exam Review is currently not on Scribd and I have submitted a request for assistance. In the meantime, if you would like to receive a copy of the guide, notify me via Facebook or chatback badge and I will do as much as I can to get you a copy. I have been told that this exam review is one of the most helpful guides I have created.

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Special Edition - Weekly Update

I hope everyone had an enjoyable winter break--school feels like forever ago, doesn't it? Nevertheless, on January 5th, school will start back up. Some of the things that we were supposed to do over the holidays...this is of course excluding studying for exams.

AP Eng. Lit and Comp (Mr. Murray) - Work on picking out a topic for the individual oral presentation. Remember, everyone must have a different topic and topics cannot be shared. Submit the topic proposal via email to lock in your topic. All proposals are due January 7th.

AP Chemistry (Mr. Mitchell) - This homework was originally due December 18th, but he allowed it to be turned in on January 5th. Pg. 636, #23-#29 odd, #30, #31, #33-#38.

IB World Geography (Mr. Sutton) - Keep working on that IA! It's due on the 11th.

APUSH (Mr. Rose) - There will be a quiz on the following material the week we get back (not the day). Princeton Review, Chapter 14: Post-War Period and the Latet 20th Century (1954-2000).

AP Calculus BC (Mrs. Li) - To the best of my knowledge, this is the homework due: required 7.2-7.5, with recommended 5.6, 5.7, 7.1 - 7.5 when we have a test (which is supposed to be sometime this week). Remember that the free response for the exam will be from the years 2009-1998.

IB Biology (Mrs. Bidwell) - Yeast Fermentation Lab has been put on hold as Mrs. Bidwell wants to find the best way for all data to be pooled together.